Statewide—The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 370 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 Tuesday. A total of 32,437 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 235,333 tests have been reported to ISDH at a 13.8% positive rate and 21 new deaths were reported for a total of 1871 Hoosiers have died to date.Decatur County has a total of 224 positive cases and 31 deaths, Franklin County has 106 positive cases and 8 deaths, and Ripley County has 113 positive cases and 6 deaths according to numbers reported to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Press Association Wickham, who signed from Ipswich for £8.1million in 2011, has found the net three times in the current campaign, twice in the league. Having tied the 21-year-old down until 2019, Sunderland manager Gus Poyet said: “I’m delighted that Connor has committed his future to us for the next few years. After his contribution at the end of last year, he has continued to improve his football and become an important part of our team. “He keeps learning, he is able to adapt to different positions up front and he is enjoying our philosophy of play so I’m really looking forward to keep working with him for the benefit of our club. “I think it was very important to tie down a young English centre forward as there are not many around; this shows clearly the way this football club wants to progress.” Prior to Wickham’s rich vein of form at the tail end of last season he had largely failed to live up to his teenage promise at the Stadium of Light and had previously been sent on loan to Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds. The England Under-21 international, whose five goals in three games in April played a major part in keeping the Black Cats in the Barclays Premier League, was due to be out of contract in the summer. Had new terms not been agreed he would have been able to sign a pre-contract overseas in January, while closer to home the likes of West Ham and Crystal Palace have reportedly shown interest. Striker Connor Wickham has signed a new four-year deal with Sunderland.
Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Latest Posts Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. firstname.lastname@example.org Bio ELLSWORTH — With senior Sarah Shelton turning in a 19-kill performance, the seventh-ranked Ellsworth Eagles rolled to a 3-1 win over the number 10 Kennebunk Rams in a state Class A volleyball preliminary playoff on Thursday.The Eagles got off to a strong start in the first game, opening with seven consecutive points off serves by sophomore Samantha Mason. The Eagles extended the lead the rest of the way with a tip by Shelton proving the winning point of the 25-15 game.Kennebunk also fell behind early in the second game, then rallied to take a 13-12 lead. But the Eagles knotted the score at 13-all and junior Delaney Sargent then served three winners with a kill be Shelton putting the Eagles up 16-13. Ellsworth went on the claim a 25-17 win in the second game.But the Rams came alive in the third game and took the lead for good midway through the contest. With Kennebunk leading 23-20, the Eagles cut the lead to a single point on another kill by Shelton but the Rams held on for a 25-22 victory.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn the decisive fourth game, the Rams kept things close in the early going but a looping ace by senior Paxton Colley put the Eagles in front to stay 9-8. Ellsworth continued to extend the lead, but the Rams rallied from a 20-12 deficit to trail by just four points, 24-20, before a block at the net by Sargent gave the Eagles the final point — and the match.Shelton had 18 digs and three assists to go with her big offensive output. Mason contributed five assists and eight digs, senior Jenna Haslam had eight digs and 13 serve receptions and Colley had 11 digs and 12 serve receptions.“I thought they played great,” said coach Mike Kelley of his Eagles. “There was a little letdown a couple of times, but it was for a short period instead of for a half a game or a whole game. They kept themselves up and their defense was great. There weren’t many mistakes. That’s the best they’ve played all year.”The 8-6 Eagles now will face the second-seeded Mount Desert Island Trojans in quarterfinal action on Saturday. Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017 Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017
German champions Bayern Munich have retained the German Super Cup after they defeated rivals Borussia Dortmund 5-4 on penalties at the Signa Iduna Park.The hosts took the lead through American international forward Christian Pulisic before Robert Lewandowski equalised for Bayern.Dortmund regained the lead through star man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but Lukasz Piszczek’s late own goal levelled matters for Bayern the second time prompting the dreaded penalty shootout.Second-choice Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich was the hero for his side as he saved two penalties during the shootout to help his side to a 5-4 win.With the win, Bayern retain their title for a seventh Super Cup triumph in total.Bayern will start the defence of their title on August 18 as hosts to Bayer Leverkusen while Dortmund travel to VFL Wolfsburg the next day.RelatedBundesliga Review: Bayern Edge Closer To Title With Dortmund ThrashingApril 1, 2018In “Europe”German Cup (Round of 32) Review: Bayern Overcome Leipzig Via Penalties To Secure Last 16 SpotOctober 26, 2017In “Europe”German Cup Watch: Bayern Edge Dortmund In Der Klassiker To Move Into QuartersGerman Cup Watch: Bayern Edge Dortmund In Der Klassiker To Move Into QuartersDecember 21, 2017In “Europe”
Bonagee Utd It was another busy and productive week for the club’s underage teams.The under 14 Tigers clinched the first silverware of the season, when they came from 2 goals down to beat Ballyraine Celtic 3-2 and secure the league title for the management team of Mickey Kelly, Charlie Patton and Bernard Harkin. Clement Abu continued his prolific form in front of goals, adding 2 more to his already impressive tally, while Adam Harkin also scored. Phillip Cassidy emerged player of the match. Donegal underage league Secretary John Lafferty presented the cup to the victorious captain Dion Patton. The under 12 team moved seven points clear at the summit of their Division after recording back to back victories. They defeated Dunfanaghy 1-0 at home on Saturday morning with Adam Murphy notching the all important score, with Darragh Ellison a commanding figure in defence. On bank holiday Monday they overcame Ballyraine 5-0. Adam Murphy, Peter Carr and a hat-trick from the outstanding Joe Harkin the scorers for Brendan Carolan’s side. They are at home to Kilmacrennan this Friday. kick off at 5pm.The under 14 team returned from Kerrykeel with all three points as goals from Stephen Lafferty and james Carolan saw them emerge 2-0 victors. They are due to Play at home this Saturday.The under 16 team secured a home draw in the league cup semi final, as a well taken hat-trick from the in form Sam Murphy, and a further goal from Gavin Maguire, saw them defeat Mulroy Academy 4-2. Also to impress for Gary Mc Croary and Jude Conway’s exciting young team were Brian Mc Intyre, Aaron Mc Cormick, Jake Whealan and player of the match Jack Lafferty. On Monday afternoon they defeated Glenea Utd 2-1 away in the Donegal Europa league. In an absorbing match Jake Whealan and Dylan Mc Croary supplied the goals. Rory Mc Crossan, Dylan Mc Croary, and Brandon Jordan also impressed.Dylan Mc Croary was captain while Chris Duddy and Evan Mc Croary were also in the starting eleven for the St Eunans College team which defeated Falcarragh community School 1-0 to clinch the Ulster title. An under strength youth team were defeated 4-1 away to Rosses Academy Reece short was the Bonagee goal scorer. Last Tuesday night the u14 team were defeated 2-1 by Glencar with Stephen Lafferty scoring for Bonagee.With just three games remaining the Donegal league team travel to play fellow table toppers Gweedore Utd this Sunday. Kick off is at 2pm in Carrickboyle. Lotto results for Sunday 17th. No jackpot or match five winners. Next weeks jackpot is €2000. Lucky no. winners Natalie Sweeney, K. Haughey, Jack Gildea, Ryhs Mc Mullan and Eamon O’ Donnell.Lotto plus winners €50 Gavin Hunter, €30 Michael Funston and €20 Bridie Duffy. The club would like to offer its sympathy to the James family Convent Road on there recent bereavement. SOCCER – BONAGEE UTD CLUB NOTES was last modified: March 19th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Bonagee Utd FC notes
Google Reviews/Philip Suh Breweries aren’t new to DIA, as Boulder Beer Tap House and Denver ChopHouse & Brewery have operated within the airport for years. Throughout the past eight months, though, a whopping four additional breweries have been planted inside the airport, offering enough destinations for a bonafide bar crawl before a long flight. To read more about the six breweries that call DIA home and plot your own brewery crawl through the airport, click here.Have you visited any of these spots during recent layovers or pre-flight adventures? We would love to hear your recommendations and favorite brews in the comments below. For information about another fantastic airport addition in the United States, click here. Flickr/BeerAndLoathing Denver International Airport (DIA) sits at 8500 Pena Boulevard in Denver and boasts the title of America’s fifth-busiest airport and the second-largest in the world by area. Since 1995, millions of travelers have made their way through this hub while catching flights for business, vacation, and everything in between. Google Reviews/Kortney Klinkel Stop by Tivoli Brewery outside the terminals for a pre-security line drink, head to Breckenridge Brewery near Gate A79 for a taste of Littleton, meander to Gate C32 for a Blonde Ale from Great Divide Brewing, and sip a pint or two at New Belgium Brewing near Gate B80. When combined with beverages from the airport’s two stalwart breweries, these new additions will undoubtedly help round out the most relaxing layover you’ve ever experienced. Facebook/Denver International Airport As the airport has grown in popularity, its terminal-based amenities have also seen growth – and DIA now houses a grand total of six breweries to keep its seemingly endless crowds of flyers happy. Whether you’re leaving Denver after a Colorado getaway or simply passing through during an extended layover, these fantastic breweries will give you a quick and easy tour of the area’s best beer. July 11, 2019 by Sophie Boudreau There Are Now Six Breweries To Visit Inside This Colorado Airport When you’re dealing with a flight delay or an extra-long layover, the idea of indulging in a beer or two might help melt away some of your stress. While most American airports offer a handful of small bars or restaurants to select from, there’s one airport in Colorado that features enough drinking destinations to constitute a full-on brewery crawl. That’s right: there are now six breweries to explore within the Denver International Airport, and you’ll want to visit each and every one. Posted in Travel News