Danny L. Myers, 68, of New Marion passed away at 2:30am, Sunday, June 25, 2017 at the Kings Daughters Hospital in Madison. He was born at home in Benham on August 29, 1948 the son of Russell and Wilma Israel Myers. He was married to Brenda Wright at the West Fork Baptist Church on June 22, 1968 and she survives. Other survivors include three sons Rob (Tricia) Myers of New Marion, Dennis (Stephanie) Myers of New Palestine, and Tony (Sarah) Myers of Columbus, Ohio; 9 grandchildren; three brothers Norman (Barbara) Myers of Rexville, Russell Jr. (Linda) Myers of Dillsboro, and Mert (Janet) Myers of Versailles; one sister Mary (Tom) Allen of Edwardsburg, Michigan; sister-in-law Barbara Myers of Versailles. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Kenneth Myers. Mr. Myers was a member of the last graduating class of New Marion High School in 1966. He was once an employee of Coca-Cola in Aurora and retired in 2013 after 45 years with Bonn Aluminum in Greensburg where he worked as a machine job setter. In his spare time Danny enjoyed carpentry, fishing, gardening, spending time with his grandchildren, following NASCAR, and watching the IU Hoosiers. Danny was a member of the New Marion Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and attended to many of the church’s repair and remodeling needs. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 28th at 11am at the New Marion Baptist Church with Rev. Brad Creech officiating. Burial will be in the New Marion Cemetery. Visitation will be on Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and from 10am until time of services Wednesday at the church. Memorials may be given to the New Marion Baptist Church building fund in care of the funeral home.
7th Grade Volleyball.St. Louis Cardinal 7th Grade Volleyball Team was defeated by the Milan Indians 20-25, 25-16, 15-12. The Cardinals came out strong in the first set then struggled in the last two sets. The top score was Hope Kroen with 11 points for the night followed by Isabelle Wonnell with 4 points, Kate Weber & Lilly Schebler 2 points each and Isabel Price, Megan Raab & Allie Savage each contributed 1 point. Isabell Wonnell had the only kill of the game.8th Grade Volleyball.The St. Louis Cardinal 8th Grade Volleyball Team defeated the Milan Indians last night with 3 exciting sets. 25-22, 24-25, 15-14. Everyone on the team pushed themselves to pull out the win. Regina Gerstbauer topped the score with 23 points for the match. 11 of those points were in the 3rd set to push the Cardinal into the lead after being down 9-0. Elizabeth Gigrich contributed 7 points as Aubrey Beiser & Lilly Wonnell served up 3 points each. Faith Tekulve & Chelsea Robertson each has 2 point and Ava Allen round it out with 1 point. The 2nd set of the match the Cardinals stepped up their offense with 20 attacks and 13 kills. The 8th grade defeated the Indians – 25-22, 24-25, 15-14.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.
FC took 2nd place in their tournament Saturday at Trinity Lutheran.They won the first game in thrilling fashion, taking the lead with an Alex Hedges goal from a Luke Stirn assist. Trinity Lutheran equalized and the next seventy minutes were a defensive stalemate with Trinity Lutheran packing the penalty area leaving FC to hammer shot after shot until they took the lead on a world class cross from Alex Hedges and a clinical finish from Cledith Martin.In the championship game, the heat, tired legs, a few unfortunate calls and missed easy finishes took their toll, leaving FC wanting with a 6-2 loss. Luke Stirn scored unassisted for the first goal and Cledith Martin scored the second off another Alex Hedges cross.FC gets a day to rest tomorrow before traveling to Hauser to start the last week of the regular season. Varsity will start at 5:30.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Daniel Gartenman.
Garrett “Luke” Baxter 16, of Vevay passed away Monday October 30, 2017 at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Luke was born Saturday April 28, 2001 in Lawrenceburg, IN the son of Jeffrey Baxter and Heather Block. Luke enjoyed going to church with his grandmother at the First Baptist Church of Dillsboro. Luke was a student of the Switzerland County School and had worked at Patrons Mexican Restaurant in Vevay. Garrett enjoyed shooting his muzzleloader with his dad in the back yard, weight- lifting at school, helping his grandpa work on cars and being in the woods.Garrett is survived by mother: Heather Block of Vevay; father: Jeffrey (Chasity) Baxter of Milan; brother: Colten Baxter of Milan; maternal grandparents: Walter Block of Dillsboro and Penny (Michael) Jones of Webster, FL; paternal grandmother: Edna Baxter of Dillsboro; step brothers: John Halcomb of Texas, Tyler, Christian, Corey Halcomb all of Milan; step sister: Brooklynn Halcomb of Milan; aunts, uncles, cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandfather Harold Baxter, and Great-Grandmother Betty Gentry.Funeral services will be at 1 PM on Saturday November 4, 2017 at First Baptist Church of Dillsboro. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Visitation will be Saturday 10AM-1PM also at the church. Memorials may be given to the Family. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home, Dillsboro, entrusted with the arrangements. P.O. Box 146 Dillsboro, IN 47018, 812-432-5480.
Jill Denice Dillinger, age 65 of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on Monday, March 19, 2018 at Judson Village. The daughter of Wayne and Betty June (Wood) Dillinger was born on February 6, 1953 in Medina, Ohio.She is survived by her children Shawn and Joey McCauley; sisters Penne T. Harvey and Debra Vierling; and brother Dana Dillinger.Private Services are 2:30pm on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville, IN followed by burial at St. Mark’s Cemetery in Batesville.
Bryan Chesley “Ace” Weber, 51, Greensburg, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at his residence in Greensburg. Born, December 27, 1966 in Greensburg, Indiana, he was the son of Chesley and Barbara (Martin) Weber. Bryan was a graduate of Greensburg High School. He had worked at Jackson Office Supply, Maddux Arcade, both in Greensburg, and Sears in Columbus. He enjoyed music. He played the guitar with several different bands. He is survived by his mother, Barbara Weber, Greensburg; wife, Kristine (Melcher) Weber, Greensburg; two brothers, Greg (Jane) Weber, Greensburg, Tony (Judy) Weber, California; brother in law, Robert L. Melcher, Greensburg; sister in law, Kimberly (San) Pike, Greensburg; father in law, Robert (Mary) Melcher, Greensburg; mother in law, Kathy Melcher, Greensburg; ten nephews and one niece. He was preceded in death by his father; Chesley; grandparents, Frank and Letha Weber, Fred and Olive Martin. Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 4 to 7:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. Funeral Services will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at the funeral home with Barry Morton officiating. Memorials may be made to the family. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
Indianapolis, In. — Farmers and agricultural producers in Indiana have new online options to access U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs. Through USDA’s new streamlined process producers can now register, track and manage their applications for the Market Facilitation Program (MFP) and 2017 Wildfires Hurricanes Indemnity Program (2017 WHIP) on the secure and convenient https://www.farmers.gov/sign-in.“You can conduct business with USDA from the comfort of your home, office, or mobile device,” said Steven Brown, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director for Indiana. “These online services save time, reduce paperwork and, in some cases, speed up processing.”MFP and 2017 WHIP are administered by FSA and are currently available on the https://www.farmers.gov/sign-in. To apply and manage their applications online, producers first need to sign up for the Level 2 eAuthentication access. Enrolling is a two-step process. Producers who do not already have an account can register for an account at www.eauth.usda.gov. After creating the account, customers receive a confirmation email with instructions for identity verification. Identity verification can be completed online or by presenting a government issued photo ID in person at a USDA service center.In addition to the programs available through the farmers.gov portal, other programs offered by FSA can be managed at the Online Services page with the same eAuthentication credentials.“We know doing business online has become a key part of many agricultural operations and hope our online services can provide the ease and convenience you’ve come to expect,” said Brown.Individual producers have many options available for conducting business online with USDA agencies including FSA, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Risk Management Agency (RMA). Online tools such as the NRCS Conservation Client Gateway offer customers added flexibility and a secure web portal to track payments, report completed practices, request assistance, and sign documents. Level 2 eAuthentication access is not yet available for entities, but it is available for individuals.
“We follow the rules, the protocol. We have to. That’s the most important thing. We don’t do anything special. “The special ones are the doctors, nurses, scientists, cleaners – they put their own lives at risk to save ours.” Commenting on the unprecedented halt to the football season, Guardiola said he acknowledges that fans want football to return, but urged everyone to continue to follow public health guidelines as he thanked frontline NHS workers. “When it’s a special situation around the world, you have to adapt,” he continued. “Well I think all the fans around the world are waiting to watch football. We want to come back but now the priority is other things. It’s still stay safe, be careful and when everything is possible we will come back. First, I think without them, but hopefully we come back to a routine. Pep Guardiola says all his players have returned to training in perfect condition after a two-month absence. Manchester City players were back at the City Football Academy at the weekend having been tested for coronavirus and they were put through their paces while adhering to social distancing guidelines laid out by the Premier League. Pep Guardiola put his players through their paces this weekend. Guardiola watched on in protective gear, wearing a mask and blue surgical gloves and a full tracksuit. His players were limited to training in groups of five and contact training is forbidden for now. Among the training group were the likes of Aymeric Laporte and Leroy Sane, who have been struggling with long-term injury issues all season. The likes of Benjamin Mendy, John Stones and Kevin de Bruyne have also had a series of small injuries over the season, but were all running freely in training this weekend. And Guardiola says his players are all in ‘really good’ condition, providing him with a fully-fit squad for when the Premier League returns. Promoted ContentCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreGreatest Movies In History Since 19827 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes8 Ways Drones Are Going To Change Our Lives7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Portuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices? “Yeah, really good,” he said when asked about the condition of his players by City’s website. “I think they were looking forward to coming back and to train again and do what they like. They came back perfectly. Read Also: Ighalo to pen massive deal at Shenhua after Man Utd exit “But now the most important thing is to follow the instructions. If they say use a mask, stay at home, social distance…we have to do it. Because there are many, many people in the NHS who put their own lives at risk to save ours. “It’s incredible what they have done, and we have to follow them. Now, we cannot do anything wrong.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
GLYNDON, Minn. – Both IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods will join Sunday night programs at Buffalo River Race Park in 2014.Opening night is set for May 11 with the final night of racing on Sept. 21.“We needed to make a change. We needed to find a sanctioning body with better cost control methods,” explained Kevin Nathe, who has promoted the 3/8-mile semi-banked dirt track for seven years and the adjacent motocross track for 15 years. “A little bit of everything went into our decision to sanction with IMCA, from the crate engine to the point structure and the tires.” “We have a lot of good ‘B’ Mod guys looking to go with a Modified now that it’s affordable,” he added. “They haven’t been able to do that before and we needed to find a way to help them do it.”Nathe also cited insurance benefits that accompany IMCA membership as well as point fund shares in his decision to switch sanctions. With added local contributions, Modified drivers will run for shares of a $7,000-plus point fund next season.The Northern SportMod point fund will be in excess of $3,500. “We may also sanction our 4-cylinder class with IMCA next season,” said Nathe. “The rules for our Hornets and the Mach-1 Sport Compacts are already very close.”Buffalo River previously sanctioned its Modified and ‘B’ Modified divisions with WISSOTA. Other regular weekly classes will include the Mod-4’s, INEX Legends and Pure Stocks.IMCA Modified points earned at Buffalo River will apply toward Belleville Motorsports North Central Region standings. Located three miles east of Glyndon, Buffalo River Race Park is also home to the March 7-8 ISOC Nationals, a nationally televised snowmobile event, and has indoor seating for 400 VIP spectators, plus private suites, above the grandstands.Transition rules will be in place as Buffalo River makes the switch to IMCA. “This is a great addition for IMCA,” said Jim Stannard, director of track relations for the sanctioning body. “Any time we can add a facility like this is an outstanding opportunity for IMCA drivers.”
VINTON, Iowa – The cost of an IMCA competitor’s license will remain unchanged for the 13th consecutive season in 2015. Licenses will run $115 for Modifieds, $135 for Late Models, $105 for Sprint Cars, $95 for Stock Cars, $90 for both SportMod divisions, $85 for Hobby Stocks and $60 for Sport Compacts. Optional associate/crew member licenses are also unchanged at $60. IMCA will not administer the West Coast Super Stock program next year. The same insurance coverage remains in effect. A subscription to Inside IMCA is included with license purchase. The 2015 license application form is published on Page A21 in this month’s newsletter. It will also be available online.