Brookville, IN—The Franklin County Health Department announced two more patients have recovered from the coronavirus and have been released from quarantine, bringing Franklin County’s total recovered patients to 55. Health officials also announced today that one patient, a person in their 60s has been removed from a ventilator and is breathing on their own, but still in the hospital. Health Officials have also announced receiving two new positive cases for COVID-19 in adults, bringing Franklin County’s totals to 92. “We have been working with United Way of Franklin County for resources for those affected by COVID-19,” said Franklin County E.M.A. Director Amy Lindsey. “United Way developed a flowchart directing citizens where to go if they are in need of assistance,” continued Director Lindsey.Citizens wishing to donate to United Way of Franklin County COVID-19 relief can go to their website at https://www.uwfcin.org/, their Facebook page at United Way of Franklin County, Indiana, or mailing checks to United Way of Franklin County P.O. Box 105 Brookville, IN 47012.
Michelle Loriane Magargel, passed away at 6:26 pm on March 26, 2020 at IU Health Bloomington. She was born on May 18, 1977 in Kansas City, Kansas, the daughter of Philip and Sue Magargel.She is survived by her son, David L. Weaver and brother, David Magargel. She was preceded in death by her parents.You are welcome to light a candle in her memory on April 26, 2020 at 6:26 pm. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.com
Batesville, IN —The Economic Development Commission meeting scheduled for Friday, July 17 at 8 a.m. in the Mayor’s Conference Room has been canceled.
Oldenburg, IN —Oldenburg Academy held a ribbon-cutting on Monday evening at the new Feldhaus on campus. Welcome introductions, history of the project, thank you’s, and acknowledgments were given by OA President Diane Laake.Board of Trustees chairperson Keith Moenter and Sr Delouise Menges spoke about the vision and legacy for OA as well as Principal Brian McFee, coach Ace Moorman, and student Annaliese Nobbe spoke about the impact the new building would have at OA. Lastly, Bill Hillenbrand from the Hillenbrand Foundation spoke about the impact on Oldenburg and the surrounding community. The ceremony ended with a ritual blessing from Fr. Carl Langenderfer, OFM from Holy Family Church. Self-guided building tours followed the ceremony to stay socially distant.
Zachary Michael Jung passed away on Monday, August 10, 2020. He was only 31 years old. The son of Mike and Louise (Kamphaus) Jung was born on November 15, 1988 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.The 2007 East Central HS grad was an outdoors kind of guy, who enjoyed fishing and hunting. He especially liked spending time with his nephew Wesson and taking him out to feed the catfish in the pond. Zach always loved hanging around and being with his family and friends. He is dearly loved by many and will be truly missed forever.Zach will be dearly missed by his parents, Mike and Louise Jung; brother, Caleb Jung; sister and brother-in-law, Mallory & Christopher Doherty; nephew, Wesson Michael Doherty; Grandmother, Jacqueline (Hardiman) Jung; aunts and uncles, Deron & Lori (Mendall) Beebe, Donald & Stephanie Kamphaus, Russell & Edwina Callan, and Harold Brinkman; in addition to many cousins on the Jung, Beebe and Porter sides of the family.Friends and family may call on Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 5-7pm followed by a Memorial service at 7:00pm, all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Rev. Brian Dunaway officiating.Continuing with COVID-19 precautions and state mandates, all attending will be asked to follow proper social distancing protocol and wear a mask. If you are not feeling well, or if you have compromised immune system, you are encouraged to stay home.Memorials may be given to the family to help with funeral expenses by either bringing/mailing to the funeral home or at https://www.gofundme.com/f/zach-jung-funeral-fund.You are welcome to leave a message at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com on Zach’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook.
Statewide — From a statement released late last week from Indiana Democratic Chair, John Zody: “The Indiana Democratic Party has become aware of disturbing comments on social media aimed at Sixth District Congressional candidate Jeannine Lee Lake.In addition, the Democratic Party has been told of a disturbing package sent to the candidate by mail that contained materials of an accusatory and harassing nature. It should go without saying that everyone in politics should condemn attacks on candidates that have no place in our discourse, but it has become evident that not everyone believes this.As such, we are making clear our condemnation of any attacks that are harassing to her or her candidacy, including the sharing of any personal information. We call on Congressman Pence and all GOP Party Officers in the Sixth Congressional District to join us in condemning behavior aimed at candidates personally.”
RelatedPostsNo Content Available The suspension of all football in Scotland has been extended until at least June 10 following a meeting of the Scottish Football Association board. A meeting was convened remotely on Thursday, during which there was unanimous agreement to extend the initial hiatus, which had been set at April 30. A statement read: “The Scottish FA board met via videoconference this morning to discuss the implications of the most up-to-date government and medical advice on the governing body’s suspension on football. “Based on this advice, it has unanimously agreed to extend the suspension at all levels of the game from professional to recreational until at least 10 June. “The board had initially suspended football until further notice and with a stipulation of 30 April at the earliest, in order to give member clubs greater certainty on player welfare and wellbeing, as well as financial clarity.”Tags: Scottish Football FederationVideoconference
RelatedPosts Military arrests leader, 10 suspected members of a notorious cult group in Jos Unknown persons rip open tummy of 18-month-old in Plateau COVID-19: Plateau research team develops herbal cure The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, has directed coaches of long distance races to come up with proposals for renovating the training camps in Pankshin, Plateau State and Mambila, Taraba State to acceptable standards.The Minister, who gave the directive at a virtual meeting with the coaches, the private sector and other stakeholders, also tasked them to initiate the revival of long-distance races. The coaches were also mandated to scout for talents, camp current runners and develop training programmes.They are also to audit the training camps in Mambila and Pankshin to ascertain the extent of renovation needed to bring it up to the desired standard.Dare said: “Following from this meeting, you will put forward a proposal as a team.“That proposal should contain what is needed to bring back the two camps.“I am sure we can conduct an audit. “I am sure some of you know what is needed to bring back Pankshin and Mambila.“Once we see that plan, we can now slice that plan up into two or three stages: what is needed in the short run to activate it quickly to start developing these talents, with the Olympics in view.“In that proposal, we need to also have your idea about the coaches, we need to have your idea about the training templates, as much as possible, so that proposal should determine and put forward what is needed.“You are the expert in this area, and I am sure that you can give us a proposal that is tight but also allows us to do something in the short term and then go ahead to do the medium term and then the long term.“The resources we have are not unlimited, they are limited. “But the ministry will leverage on what it can get and as we prepare the 2021 budget, I will make sure that long distance gets a very close attention.”In what is the first consultations in this direction, Prof. Ezra Gunen, Tony Osheku, Stephen Nuhu and Timon Gunen, Nigeria’s 5,000m record holder as well as Directors of the Sports Ministry joined the meeting to provide insights into long distance races and how best to improve Nigeria’s ranking.Tags: Long Distance RacingMambila Training CampMinister Sunday DarePankshin Training CampPlateau StateTaraba State
RelatedPosts Fortuna Duesseldorf relegated after final day defeat, Werder Bremen into playoff EPL: Wolves sink Aston Villa Final day Bundesliga drama awaits Werder, Leverkusen Werder Bremen have spent only one season outside the Bundesliga since it was launched in 1963 and while their run of 13 home matches without a win had left them deep in relegation, troubled club officials are not throwing in the towel.Werder, who played more Bundesliga games (1,896) than any other team, were second from bottom with 25 points from 30 games, three points behind Fortuna Duesseldorf in the promotion-relegation playoff berth. They were also six points away from safety – Mainz in 15th place.Werder went down 1-0 at home to VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday and their next home game does not offer much hope – against Bayern Munich on June 16 where the leaders could secure the title.But before that, Bremen traveled to bottom side Paderborn on Saturday and coach Florian Kohfeldt knew the turnaround must start there.“We have four games to achieve the realistic goal of avoiding relegation. What gives us courage – as strange as it may sound – is the … table. We are not seven or eight points behind, but only three. And we still have four games, so you can catch up three points,” the 37-year-old said.Frank Baumann, the clubs’ sporting director, had not lost faith in his young coach. “I think our chances are still alive, but the bottom line is that only the results count. We’ll give everything and fight until the last game,” he added.Bremen won the last of their four championships in 2004 and narrowly missed out on a Europa League place last season.Kohfeldt said he expected Milot Rashica to return from an ankle injury and Niclas Feullkrug was also set to return next week for the first time since September.The 27-year-old made a good start to the season with two goals and one assist in the first four games before suffering a cruciate ligament injury.“It’s the strikers who we are looking to, to make the difference,” the coach added. Reuters/NAN.Tags: BundeligaRelegationWerder Bremen
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace On-loan striker, Odion Ighalo, sent Manchester United into the FA Cup semifinals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men made hard work of their extra-time victory at 10-man Norwich.The Red Devils became the first side to secure their place in Sunday’s draw as they edged past the Canaries, who were dreaming of Wembley on their first quarterfinal appearance since 1991-92. Much-changed United were made to dig deeper than they could have imagined by the Premier League’s bottom side, who rallied impressively after falling behind to Ighalo’s smart swivelled finish early in the second half.Todd Cantwell levelled in the 75th minute when beating Sergio Romero from distance and Daniel Farke’s side looked capable of snatching it before Klose was sent off for wrestling Ighalo to the ground.Norwich took the game to extra-time and Tim Krul put in an inspired performance between the sticks, but the penalty specialist was denied a chance to win another shootout when Skipper Harry Maguire directed home in the 118th minute.Tags: FA CupManchester UnitedOdion IghaloOle Gunnar SolskjaerRed Devils