United States Senator Mike Braun On Ag Trade, 2nd Amendment, Government Shutdowns

May 3, 2021 0 Comments

first_imgThe United States Senator Mike Braun joined MSNBC Live with Hallie Jackson to react to how President Trump’s trade negotiations with China are affecting Hoosier agriculture, protecting the Second Amendment, and how to end government shutdowns by budgeting for the long-run instead of from calamity to calamity.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

Ronald G. Cox – Brookville

September 23, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgThose surviving who will cherish Ron’s memory include his three sons, Jason (Jamie) Cox of Connersville, James Cox of Blooming Grove, and Ronald Wes (Aimee) Cox of Brookville; eight grandchildren, Noah, Jimmy, Whitney, Kendall, Carlie, Kodie, Jason and Jacob; siblings, Randy (Becky) Cox of Brookville and Rick (Wanda) Cox of Batesville as well as several nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents. Friends may visit with the family on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville.  Services will be held at 1 p.m. and burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery. Ronald G. Cox, of Brookville, was born on June 26, 1955 in Connersville, a son to Albert and May Lou McMillan Cox.  He was raised in Metamora often reminisced about his childhood there with friends and family – it held a special place in his heart.  Ron worked for Hill-Rom for 26 years and enjoyed fishing and mushroom hunting.  He loved watching both his kids and grandkids play sports and was an avid supporter of all their activities.  On March 6, 2019 at the age of 63, Ron passed away peacefully with family.center_img To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Ron Cox.last_img read more

South Asian Games: India clinches 41 medals on Day 5 to further consolidate top spot

September 16, 2020 0 Comments

first_img WATCH US LIVE In doubles, there was double delight for Dhruv who emerged victorious in both men’s and mixed doubles. He paired up with Krishna Prasad Garaga to win the men’s doubles title 21-19 19-21 21-18 against Sri Lanka’s Sachin Dias and Buwaneka. Sri Lanka is third with a total of 134 medals (23 gold, 42 silver, 69 bronze).READ | India Wins 50 Medals, Breaches 100-mark Record In South Asian GamesThe shuttlers won the maximum gold medals — four — for India on Friday. They completely dominated the discipline by winning four gold and two silver in the day. Later, Ajay Singh won a silver in men’s 81kg by lifting 316kg in total.Indian cyclists also opened their gold medal account on Friday. Elangbam Chaoba Devi finished on the top of the podium in women’s elite race while John Naveen Thomas and Arvind Panwar bagged a gold and silver respectively in the men’s elite event.READ | India Clinch Two Gold In Badminton At South Asian Games India grabbed another 18 silver and 4 bronze to take the total tally to 165 medals (81 gold, 59 silver, 25 bronze) and leave second-placed Nepal (41 gold, 27 silver, 48 bronze), who won 116 medals in aggregate, behind. 9 months ago India Vs West Indies: Mohammad Azharuddin to be honoured with a stand to his name Former world junior championships silver medallist Siril Verma lived up to his top seeding as he rallied from a game down to outwit compatriot Aryaman Tandon 17-21 23-21 21-13 in an all-Indian men’s singles final. In men’s sabre event also, Karan Singh and Kumaresan Padma Gishonidhi clinched the gold and silver. Indian also finished 1-2 in the men’s epee event with Sunil Kumar claiming the gold while Jayaprakash Guruprakash bagged the silver. Written By 9 months ago Realme XT 730G, Realme truly wireless earbuds India launch on December 17 READ | India Bags Two Gold Medals In Kho Kho At 13th South Asian GamesIn mixed doubles, top seeds Dhruv and Meghana Jakkampudi eased past second seeds Sachin Dias and Thilini Pramodika Hendehewe of Sri Lanka 21-16, 21-14 in the final.Track and field athletes, who were leading the Indian charge in the past few days, fetched the maximum 12 medals but just two of them were gold. The two gold was won in men’s and women’s shot put events. 9 months ago India wins 50 medals, breaches 100-mark record in South Asian Games Last Updated: 6th December, 2019 21:07 IST South Asian Games: India Clinches 41 Medals On Day 5 To Further Consolidate Top Spot India grabbed another 18 silver and 4 bronze to take the total tally to 165 medals (81 gold, 59 silver, 25 bronze) and leave second-placed Nepal with 116 medals Another Indian Om Prakash Karhana was a distant second with a best throw of 17.31m. READ | India Wins 10 Medals In Athletics In 2019 South Asian GamesIn women’s shot put event, Abha Khatuwa took the gold by throwing the iron ball to a distance of 15.32m. Compatriot Kachana Chaudhary bagged the bronze with a throw of 13.66m.The country’s fencers also made their presence felt in the South Asian Games by clinching three gold and as many silver. Wangelmbam Thoibi Devi won the gold in women’s foil while compatriot Radhika Prasad bagged the silver in a 1-2 finish for India. 9 months ago India bags two Gold medals in Kho Kho at 13th South Asian Gamescenter_img Press Trust Of India In men’s shot put, Asian champion Tejinder Pal Singh Toor broke the South Asian Games record with a creditable throw of 20.03m to win the gold. He bettered compatriot Bahadur Singh Sagoo’s previous record of 19.15m made in 1999. First Published: 6th December, 2019 21:07 IST COMMENT In table tennis also, the Indians won the gold and silver in both the men’s and women’s singles.  Anthony Amalraj defeated compatriot Harmeet Desai 4-3 while Sutirtha Mukherjee downed Ayhika Mukherjee 4-2 in the all-Indian men’s and women’s single’s finals respectively.India weightlifters also continued their impressive run in the regional multi-sporting event by claiming three gold and a bar of silver.READ | Bala Devi Scores A Brace; India Thrash Maldives 5-0 At South Asian GamesAchinta Sheuli opened the gold account on Friday as he finished on top of the podium in men’s 73kg with a total lift of 300kg.  In the women’s singles final, Ashmita Chaliha overcame a late surge from fellow Indian Gayatri Gopichand to finish off with a 21-18, 25-23 win. LIVE TV WE RECOMMEND 9 months ago India continues impressive show, wins 29 medals, including 15 gold, to jump spot to in SAG SUBSCRIBE TO US Rakhi Halder added another gold in women’s 64kg with a total effort of 200 kg while Manpreet Kaur won the third in women’s 71kg category with a total lift of 192kg. FOLLOW US Shuttlers led India’s yet another stupendous show as the country widened the gap at the top by clinching 41 medals, including 19 gold, on Day 5 of the 13th South Asian Games on Friday.last_img read more

Uncertainty around Coley, but JC confident

January 20, 2020 0 Comments

first_imgOn Thursday, defending champion, Jamaica College (JC) navigated their second round must-win ISSA/Flow Manning Cup victory over arch-rivals Wolmer’s to book their place in the last four of that competition.However, they did it without coach and motivator Miguel Coley on the sidelines, as he had commitments with the national senior team. But JC showed they never really missed their coach as they came through that game with flying colours.For today’s FLOW Super Cup final, Coley, the Reggae Boyz assistant coach, might be missing again but manager, Ian Forbes, is confident his team has what it takes to stop the red hot St George’s College and defend their title, whether or not Coley is in the dugout.”Unsure, we are not certain as yet (if Coley will be available). But we pretty much have a team, not only in terms of players, but in terms of coaching and management,” Forbes said. “So we know exactly what is to be done and what is expected. So we will do what we have to do, whether or not Mr Coley is there. Everybody knows their roles, we just have to execute as good as possible.”St George’s College have been putting teams to the sword since the start of the second round, but even though this Jamaica College team is not as highly rated as last season’s team, Forbes has every confidence they can beat ‘George’s’ and return the trophy to Old Hope Road.”The boys are in a very positive frame of mind. We are a team, everyone depends on each other. We have not been heralded much thisseason, but that’s no problem, because we are defending champion and we are out to defend our title stoutly with all the dedication andcommitment.”We are confident in our ability, and once we go out and execute we can look for a positive result. They are a good team and it makes for a very good game, so it’s who execute the best on the day will come out victorious and we are going out to give our best,” he added.- Livingston Scottlast_img read more