Pinterest Pinterest (Photo supplied/Elkhart Truth) A traffic stop resulted in a drug bust.On Friday, Nov. 13, LaGrange Police arrested three people after finding drugs in the vehicle.An officer stopped an SUV near County Road 300 North. A K9 alerted officers to something suspicious in the SUV.That’s when police discovered one 9mm handgun, about 40 grams of meth, about 40 grams of marijuana, needles, and other items.Lillian Marie Shaeffer, Jason Dean Sparks and Tessa Renee Clay were arrested and booked into the LaGrange County Jail. Twitter Twitter Google+ WhatsApp By Jon Zimney – November 16, 2020 0 555 WhatsApp Facebook Facebook Google+ Three people arrested during drug bust in LaGrange County IndianaLocalNews Previous articleWarsaw woman charged in federal court with purchasing guns used to shoot policeNext articleStructure fire closes part of Old U.S. 20 in Elkhart Monday Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District, hosted an open house public meeting on September 11, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Mobile Convention Center.The event provided members of the public with information on the tentatively scheduled plan identified in the Mobile Harbor, Mobile, Alabama, Draft General Reevaluation Report with Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Draft GRR/SEIS) released for public comment on July 27, 2018.Members of the project team were on hand with graphical displays to discuss preliminary study results and to answer questions related to the proposed project.Col. Sebastien P. Joly, USACE Mobile District commander, said that the meeting was highly successful.“This was a great opportunity to pair people with concerns to subject matter experts in the Corps,” Joly said. “We will use that feedback to determine what adjustments need to be made as we finalize the final draft report.”The public has until September 17 to submit comments, said USACE.
29 Views no discussions Share Tweet HealthLifestyle Grenada hosts health workers occupational safety workshop by: – June 9, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Share Photo credit: umemro.blogspot.comST GEORGE’S, Grenada — St George’s University (SGU) in Grenada has partnered with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO), Grenada’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to provide a workshop geared at addressing the concerns of occupational hazards to health care workers (HCWs) specifically in relation to needlestick injuries and exposure to blood borne pathogens.The workshop, which is in line with a growing global movement towards dealing with this very critical public health issue, aims to “prepare leaders in healthcare to provide training on occupational health and prevention of blood borne infections, implement and evaluate policy and intervention measures to protect health workers and establish a regional surveillance network for occupational health”.The three-day workshop, which began on Tuesday, is being attended by 40 health care professionals with combined experience amounting to about 500 years.The attendees come from nine countries — Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, Belize, Nevis, Suriname and the British Virgin Islands — and various professions and foci within the health care sector, including physicians, Ministry of Health officials, professors, nurses and other HCWs working in the areas of infection control, trauma / accident care, midwifery and neonatology.The attendees will be responsible for conveying the knowledge and skills gleaned from the workshop to their respective organisations and countries.The workshop is the brainchild of Dr Omar Cinar Elci, Director of SGU’s Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (DPHPM).In his opening address he commented: “We need to take care of our working people. We rely on our health care workers for our health but often do not consider their safety.”He pointed out that HCWs were exposed to even more occupational hazards than agricultural, construction and factory workers.Dr George Mitchell, a Ministry of Health official and graduate of SGU’s Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, represented Senator Ann Peters, Grenada’s Minister of Health, who was out of the island.Mitchell commented: “We are ever conscious that a healthy, uninjured workforce is vital to our country’s well-being.”He urged participants to find ways to implement what they learnt in the workshop.Among topics to be covered at the workshop are the risk of occupational transmission of blood-borne pathogens, management of these risks, measures to be taken after exposure, how to conduct workplace assessment and how to carry out a rapid assessment for blood-borne pathogens.Caribbean News Now
Loftus Emmanuel. Photo credit: Alex BrunoLocal music promoter, businessman and event organizer Loftus Emmanuel has died.“Lofty” as he was affectionately called and known passed away at the country’s main hospital on Wednesday, after complications with diabetes.Emmanuel who died at the age of sixty-five (65) will be remembered by Media-Communications Specialist and Cultural Activist Alexander “Alex” Bruno as a “cultural giant”.Bruno expressed tremendous sadness at the passing of Emmanuel whom he said has never received the praises due to him for his achievements.“The praises that Lofty should have been given for the work he has done was passed on to other people at different times in his career. I hope now in his passing we can re-visit his life and pay homage to him and give him the kind of respect that he deserved and give him a send off fitting for a cultural giant”.Bruno hopes that “Lofty” will be given an appropriate send off one which is “fitting” for “a gentle cultural giant”.He also noted that within the space of two days, Dominica has lost two citizens who have made very significant contributions to the nation’s development.“I hope that we can have a lull in terms of the departure of people who have contributed a lot to Dominica; we’re still mourning the loss of Mr. Maynard now Lofty right on the heels of Mr Maynard. So how much more can a nation bear in terms of the losses that we have had”.He further calls on young people to “step up to the plate” in taking up the mantel in promoting Dominica’s culture. Bruno laments that there will never be a “duplication of Lofty he was just one of a kind”.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share 42 Views 2 comments Share Tweet Share LocalNews Local music promoter passes on by: – May 9, 2012
Update on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-SCHEDULESteelers ride Big Ben, Snell to victoryEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger (RAWTH’-lihs-bur-gur) looked like his former self on Monday after missing the final 14 games of last season following elbow surgery. Associated Press Buy the Mets, buy the Mets, step right up and buy the MetsNEW YORK (AP) — Billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has agreed to buy the New York Mets from the Wilpon and Katz families, a deal that’s subject to the approval of Major League Baseball owners. Cohen also entered negotiations to buy the Mets last year, but the deal fell apart in February. Sportico reported Cohen will own 95% of the team, with the rest staying with the Wilpon and Katz families. The deal reportedly values the franchise at about $2.4 billion.Former major league star Alex Rodriguez and fiancee Jennifer Lopez also attempted to buy the team, but they dropped out of the bidding last month.Fred Wilpon purchased a piece of the Mets 1980 as part of an investment group headed by Nelson Doubleday. Wilpon and Saul Katz bought out Doubleday in 2002. Elsewhere around the majors:— Adam Engel delivered a tiebreaking pinch-hit single in the eighth inning to lead the White Sox to their ninth win in 10 games, 3-1 over the Twins. Tim Anderson had three hits, including an RBI single that capped the scoring. The outcome allowed the Pale Hose to open a two-game lead over the Twins in the AL Central.— Jorge Ona’s (OHN’-yuhz) tiebreaking, RBI double sparked a five-run seventh as the Padres knocked off Los Angeles, 7-2 to get within 1 1/2 games of the NL West-leading Dodgers. The Padres also scored in the seventh on a pair of fielder’s choices and an RBI grounder en route to their eighth win in a row. Winning pitcher Dinelson Lamet (dih-NEHL’-suhn lah-MEHT’) struck out 11 while limiting the Dodgers to a run and three hits over seven innings. — DJ Stewart, Ryan Mountcastle and Jose Iglesias all homered while the Orioles erupted for nine runs in the third inning of a 14-1 drubbing of the Braves. Pat Valaika also homered and Jorge Lopez allowed a run and five hits over seven innings for Baltimore. Lopez blanked Atlanta until Freddie Freeman homered in the sixth.— Pablo Lopez allowed one run in seven innings with the help of flashy defense by right fielder Matt Joyce, pitching the Marlins to a 6-2 win over the Phillies. Lopez allowed only three hits and retired his final 13 batters to help the Marlins beat the Phils for the fifth time in the just-concluded seven-game series. Jesus Aguilar put the Marlins ahead with a two-run double in the third inning before Miguel Rojas and Starling Marte homered off David Phelps. September 15, 2020 Derby horse retired by injuryARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — Honor A.P. has been retired because of an injury suffered while completing a fourth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby this month.The 3-year-old colt will stand at stud for next year’s breeding season at Lane’s End Farm in Versailles, Kentucky.Honor A.P. had two wins in six career starts and earnings of $532,200, according to Equibase. Roethlisberger threw for three touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers opened their schedule with a 26-16 win over the New York Giants. The Giants led 10-3 until Roethlisberger hit JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Washington for scores in the second quarter.It remained 16-10 when Daniel Jones engineered a 19-play drive that got the Giants near the goal line. But Bud Dupree deflected the final pass of the drive, allowing Cam Heyward to come up with the interception.Bennie Snell rushed for 113 yards on 19 carries, his first 100-yard performance in his second NFL season. He received the bulk of the carries while James Connor battled an injury.The Steelers also bottled up Saquon (SAY’-kwahn) Barkley, who was held to six yards on 15 carries. Jones threw for 279 yards and a touchdown but was picked off twice for the Giants. Anton Khudobin (hoo-DOH’-bihn) had 34 saves to help the Stars close out the Western Conference final in five games.NHL-FLAMES-WARDWard named coach of FlamesCALGARY, Alberta (AP) — The Calgary Flames have removed the “interim” tag from Geoff Ward’s job and made him the NHL club’s head coach. Ward was promoted from associate coach Nov. 29. Calgary was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs in six games by the Dallas Stars.MLB-SCHEDULE Lewis leads Mariner comebackUNDATED (AP) — Kyle Lewis showed the Oakland Athletics why he’s being touted as an AL Rookie of the Year candidate.Lewis belted a two-run homer and walked with the bases loaded in the sixth inning to help the Mariners top Oakland, 6-5 in the opener of a doubleheader. The center fielder ended the game with a .293 average, 10 home runs and 27 RBIs.Seattle trailed 5-0 after home runs by Sean Murphy and Marcus Semien off Marco Gonzales. Tim Lopes’ third double of the game drove in Phillip Ervin with two outs, tying it at 5 in the sixth. The A’s easily earned a split as Mike Minor picked up his first victory of the year with a two-hitter in a 9-0 rout of Seattle. Jake Lamb homered in his first game since Oakland acquired him from Arizona earlier in the day. Mark Canha (KAN’-ah) added a two-run homer and three RBIs to the win. NHL-STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFSStars finish off KnightsEDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The Dallas Stars have advanced to the Stanley Cup final for the first time in 20 years.The Stars erased a two-goal deficit in the last half of the third period before Denis Gurianov (goor-ee-AH’-nahf) scored on a one-timer during a power play 3:36 into overtime to give the Stars a 3-2 triumph over Vegas. The Stars are 5-0 in overtime this postseason. They also won 3-2 in Game 3 against Vegas, when Alexander Radulov scored 31 seconds into OT. Reilly Smith scored just 15 seconds into the third period to put the Golden Knights ahead, 2-0. The lead held until Jamie Benn scored for the first time in 11 games, beating Robin Lehner (LEH’-nur) midway through the third. Rookie Joel Kiviranta (yool kih-vah-RAHN’-tah) tied it on a power play with 3:47 remaining in regulation. GOLF-US OPEN-HORSFIELDHorsfield out of Open after positive testMAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — Sam Horsfield of England is the second player in as many days to withdraw from the U.S. Open because of a positive result from a coronavirus test. Horsfield had a negative result Thursday from a pre-travel test. Upon landing in New York, he tested positive without having symptoms.TENNIS-FRENCH OPEN — Colts starting running back Marlon Mack will miss the rest of this season after rupturing his right Achilles tendon. Mack suffered the injury on a 3-yard catch midway through the second quarter Sunday. — The Titans have placed starting cornerback Adoree Jackson on injured reserve and replaced him by signing corner Tye Smith to the active roster from the practice squad. ackson was added to the injury report Friday after being limited by a knee issue. — The Browns have switched kickers after one game, waiving Austin Seibert and signing Cody Parkey. Seibert missed an extra point and field goal in Sunday’s 38-6 loss at Baltimore. — Jets running back Le’Veon Bell could miss a few weeks after injuring his left hamstring in the team’s season-opening loss at Buffalo. Coach Adam Gase says Monday he doesn’t want to put a timetable on Bell’s return, but says it could take some time because it’s a soft-tissue injury. — The Jaguars placed starting safety Jarrod Wilson on injured reserve with a left hamstring injury. He’s expected to miss at least a month. Tired of waiting: Ohio State stars opt out, move on to draftCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State stars Shaun Wade and Wyatt Davis got tired of waiting for a decision on the football season and chose to opt out and begin preparing for the NFL draft. Wade was a preseason All-American cornerback and Davis is an offensive guard. Both are likely to be first-round picks in the 2021 draft. All eyes will now be on quarterback Justin Fields, who could be one of the top picks in the 2021 draft regardless of whether he plays another down of football for the Buckeyes.HORSE RACING-HONOR A.P. Murray gets wild card for ParisPARIS (AP) — Andy Murray has received a wild card into the French Open. The former No. 1 was the only non-Frenchman to be given a free pass into the men’s main draw of the grand slam which starts in 13 days. Murray was also awarded a wild card into the U.S. Open after pelvic and shin injuries, and went two rounds. Tsvetana Pironkova (sveh-TAH’-nah pih-RAHN’-koh-vah) of Bulgaria and Eugenie Bouchard of Canada were the only non-Frenchwomen to receive wild cards. COLLEGE FOOTBALL-OHIO STATE DEPARTURES — Keston Hiura’s (HEER’-uhz) sacrifice fly in the eighth inning gave the Brewers a 2-1 decision over the Cardinals in Game 1 of their twinbill. St. Louis took the lead in the eighth, but Ryan Braun laced an RBI double that also put the winning run on third.— Game 2 in Milwaukee also went extra innings before Paul DeJong’s (deh-YUHNGZ’) RBI single in the top of the ninth gave the Cardinals a 3-2 victory and a split of the doubleheader. Tyler O’Neill and Brad Miller also provided run-scoring singles for the Redbirds.— The Reds took Game 1 of their doubleheader by beating the Pirates, 3-1 on rookie Tyler Stephenson’s two-run, walk-off home run in the seventh inning. Trevor Bauer led 1-0 and retired 14 straight batters before Colin Moran led off the seventh with his eighth homer. Bauer was trying for his third seven-inning shutout of the pandemic-shortened season.— Cincinnati completed a sweep as Mike Moustakas (moos-TAH’-kahs) slammed a three-run homer in a 9-4 win over the Bucs. Brian Goodwin and Joey Votto (VAH’-toh) also homered for the Reds.MLB-NEWS NFL-NEWSNFL reminds team about mask requirementsUNDATED (AP) — The NFL is reminding team personnel on the sidelines about the rules for wearing face coverings. There were several games Sunday in which team members other than players were not using them. Troy Vincent oversees the league’s football operations. He sent a memo to the 32 clubs on Monday saying teams “must remain vigilant” about following protocols set not only by the league, union and clubs, but by state and local governments. Otherwise, he says, the season could be “at risk.”Elsewhere in the NFL:
Joe Schmidt’s side suffered a demoralising 27-22 defeat to Scotland on Saturday, and need to pick themselves up for Saturday’s trip to Rome. But the former Ireland captain says the Italian test should provide the perfect springboard for a charge at the Championship.