Noah Issac Bischoff

first_imgNoah Issac Bischoff of Batesville, Indiana passed away on Monday, August 21, 2017.  The 19 year old was born on October 1, 1997 in Batesville.Noah was a 2016 graduate of Batesville High School and worked for Ricca Chemical as a shipper.He will be dearly missed by his mother and step-father, Christina & Steven Odell, father and step-mother, Scott & Debbie Bischoff; daughter Kora Mae Bischoff and her mother, Amber Fetters; maternal grandparents, Susie & Kendall McMillan and Anthony & Teresa Heppner; paternal grandparents, Thomas & Patricia Bischoff; Great Grandparents, Sally & Roy Wilhelm and Phyllis Bischoff; two brothers Jacob Cruse & Hunter Bischoff and 2 step-brothers, Gary Barnett II & Kyle Barnett.Visitation will be Sunday, August 27, 2017 from 11:00am – 3:00pm immediately followed by 3:00pm funeral service all at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville.Memorials may be given to the Infamous Few Charity Riders c/o Meyers Funeral Home.  Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more

After 6 years, Sanborn Elementary reaches reading goal

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOSSINEKE, Mich. — The principal at Sanborn Elementary School found herself dressed in character when her students met their goal for March is Reading Month.Youtube star Jessica Hatch made an appearance with one of her snow dogs, Memphis, on Thursday for its 6th birthday. Plus, several kittens purred their way through the crowd all because of one promise. If students completed 60,000 minutes of reading for March , principal Pauline Burnham would dress as a dalmatian and dance to the hit song “Who Let the Dogs Out?”Burnham says the school pushed themselves to meet that goal.“I also made house calls all through the month, just robocalls to make sure they were reading,” said Burnham. “The staff and the whole culture of our school is perseverance and that we can press through.”Burnham said there’s no excuse not to read daily. “If you’re going to a sports game, you can read in the back of the car with a flash light. So we took out all the excuses and that’s how we met our goal.”Sanborn had a lot to celebrate. For the first 6 years, students couldn’t meet their school–wide reading goal. The target was 60-thousand minutes. This year, the kids completed 70, 349  minutes of reading.Expect Sanborn to turn it up a notch for next year.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Man wanted for stolen merchandise at Alpena WalmartNext Training on the ice where every second countslast_img read more

2013 Cowbell Bike Tour: Anim survives ghastly crash to win stage 4

first_imgAfter a horrific crash at Bechem (‘first Point Chaud’), exactly 65km from the starting line; Samuel Anim of Young stars found himself on the floor in agony, after a precarious crash within the peloton.Knowing that he needed to preserve his red and green Jerseys, Anim was quickest out of the bunch 200m to the first hotspot.However, his attack was thwarted by Adnam Mohammed (River Park Sunyani) and Isaac Odonkor (All Stars), Anim’s teammate Isaac Sackey (Yellow Jersey) then swiftly kicked ahead of Adan and Odonkor, who was a threat to his ambition of winning the first hot spot.Unfortunately, hell broke loose on his teammate Samuel Anim, when the bunch behind run into him, leaving about 7 of the cyclists on the floor stunned and severely bruised.Four minutes later, mindful of the threat to the yellow jersey, Anim (the best bike cycling sprinter in the country) picked himself up, stomached the pain, swallowed every cyclist ahead of him and zoomed to the finish line at Jubilee Park, Sunyani to the disbelief of the Officials, coaches, fellow riders and the media.As it happened from Kumasi to Sunyani (109KM) Abuakwa (Kumasi) – Start lineAt 2.5km into the race there is a 200m lead from the main peloton by Nyamekye Fetus (Young Stars)At 5km Fetus attacks harder and extends his lead to 300mAt 6km chasing peloton increases chasing paceAt 8km Fetus kicking really hard to keep 300m lead At 10km lead of Fetus is halved by John Zormelo (veteran Rider) of Quick StepsAt 12km Zormelo is 50m away from Fetus and 100m away from the main PelotonAt 14km 10 Riders including Godwin Dzheha (city Migro), Moro Amadu (young Stars), victor Cudjoe (All Stars), Abdul Razak Umar (Die Hard) and 6 others escape the main peloton to form a new bunchAt 15km the 10 riders breakaway from the main peloton by 150mAt 20km the pace by the 10 riders (leading peloton) increases rapidly At 22km Antony Boakye (Sunyani River Park) a member of the leading 10 riders, rides of the main road and poooow, his tyre is punctured. He is out of the leading 10.At 24km Godwin Dzeheha slows down because of mud around his brakesAt 26km the 9 leading peloton is 180m away from the main bunch, where Samuel Anim, Henry (Defending Champion) and Isaac Sackey (yellow Jersey) keep each other in check.At 30km Victor Cudjoe slows down to help Godwin, by riding slowly, whilst removing the mud from Godwin’s back brake, a show of true sportsmanshipAt 36km the gap is now 120m between the nine leading peloton and the yellow jersey peloton (main bunch?) At 39km the 9 leading riders are tired and they are being swallowed by the main bunch.At 42km some riders try to escape the big bunch but they can’t sustain it.At 45km Godwin and his teammate Aryittey Akoto are ahead of the bunch by 50m.At 50km Godwin and Akoto are back in the main bunch.At 54km Prosper Agbo (Die Hard) and Agbuglah Micheal (Guten) lead the bunch by 70km. At 58km Samuel Anim is in front of the bunch but the bunch stays with him.At 60km Prosper and Michael can’t kick harder they are swallowed by the bunch.At 63km to 2 km to Beeches which is the first hotspot, the sprinting begins.At 65km Yellow jersey (Isaac Sackey) wins the first hotspot followed by Mohammed Aminu Osam (river park Kumasi) and Francis Tetteh (Migro)Samuel Anim is involve in a nasty crash. He is in pain and stunned, three minutes later, he picks himself later, bruised on his legs and hands.At 67km Tetteh Djanmah leads the leading peloton; he is informed that Anim has a problem so he takes advantage by increasing his pace. Isaac Sackey remains vigilant and stays closely behind Henry. The bunch moves together with a steady pace until at 76km when the sprinting begins because they are approaching the second hotspot.At 78km (second Hotspot: Duayaw-Nkwanta) Isaac Donkor comes in first, followed by Adnan Mohammed.At 82km the bunch splits into two.At 84km 2o riders make up leading peloton including Yellow Jersey, Emmanuel Sackey, and defending champion leading the way.At 87km the leading peloton is not visible to the second peloton of 15 riders, noticeably among them the 9 riders who broke away early in the competition.At 92 Yellow jersey tries to attack, but it is foil by the rest of the bunch. The leading bunch moves together.At 95km Samuel Anim catches up with the peloton behind the leading bunch.At 98km Anim is within reach of the leading peloton.At 100kmthe leading bunch increases their speed.At 103km Samuel Anim is 60m behind the leading bunch as his coach urges him on to finish strongly.At 105 Samuel Anim is within the leading peloton as the sprinting begins.At 107 Samuel Anim is slightly ahead of the leading peloton to the disbelief of some of the riders and officials.At 108 everyone in the leading peloton gives his best by kicking extremely fast to the finish.At 109 race ends at Jubilee Park, Sunyani. SAMUEL ANIM WINS STAGE VICTORYMohammed Aminu is second and Francis Tetteh third.last_img read more