Hammerson puts Shires under offer

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Kylea Stamper

first_imgMemorial contributions may be directed to the Works of Mercy or a local food pantry.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Kylea Stamper. Kylea Stamper, of Brookville, was born on September 5, 2007 in Oxford, Ohio.  She was in 3rd grade at Brookville Elementary School. Kylea was a social little girl who loved animals, reading, art and enjoyed signing.  She was a member of Girls on the Run and played soccer, volleyball and basketball.  Kylea would help anyone with anything and loved the outdoors – she especially enjoyed riding quads and dirt bikes with her “Pop.”  She was known to light up a room with her presence and loved her dog, “Willy.”  Kylea also enjoyed reading and learning her bible.  On Sunday, March 19, 2017 she was in a car accident and lost her life; however, she gave to others by being an organ donor. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, March 22, 2017 from 4 p.m. until time of service at 7 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Cremation will follow.center_img Those surviving who will cherish Kylea’s memory include her mother and step-father, Carrie and Darren Baker of Connersville; sister, Courtney Stamper of Brookville, a brother, Cody Stamper of Harrison, OH, a step-sister, Kyra Baker of Richmond; grandparents, Scott and Teresa Borgmann of Cedar Grove, and Terry and Vickie Riker of Connersville.last_img read more

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USPS ‘Stamp Out Hunger Day’ Saturday

first_imgBatesville, In. — The United States Postal Service will hold the 27th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Day on Saturday, May 11. Statistics show it is the largest one-day food collection event in the country.Residents are asked to leave non-perishable items in a bag near the mailbox on that day. High-protein foods like canned tuna, salmon, beans, peanut butter and whole grains are most needed. The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations. WHAT TO GIVE: Most-wanted foods include:Canned meats (tuna, chicken, salmon).Canned and boxed meals (soup, chili, stew, macaroni and cheese).Canned or dried beans and peas (black, pinto, lentils).Pasta, rice cereal.Canned fruits.100 percent fruit juice (canned, plastic or boxed).Canned vegetables.Cooking oil.Boxed cooking mixes (pancake, breads).WHAT NOT TO GIVE:Rusty or unlabeled cans.Glass containers.Perishable items.Homemade items.No expired itemsNoncommercial canned or packaged items.Alcoholic beverages or mixes or soda.Open or used items.last_img read more

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Palm Beach County School’s Superintendent recommends distance learning to start the year

first_imgThe superintendent of the School District of Palm Beach County is recommending that the school board opt to start the 2020-2021 school year with online distance learning courses before transitioning “to brick and mortar in-person instruction when county health conditions permit.”Dr. Fennoy reported his recommendation stating that with the health and safety of students, staff members, and the community in mind, he does not believe schools should offer on campus classes until the governor and city officials allow the county to enter into Phase Two of the reopening process.Part of Dr. Fennoy’s recommendation includes weekly reevaluations on the health crisis to determine “when a phased or staged return is possible,” and the readiness of schools to transition from in person to online and vice versa, depending on the the severity of the health situation.The Palm Beach County School Board reached a consensus last week to continue virtual learning through the upcoming school year and is set to vote on the decision Wednesday.Classes are set to begin on August 10th.last_img read more

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Ind vs SA ODI series, schedule, time table and all the updates

first_imgLast Updated: 30th September, 2019 16:09 IST Ind Vs SA ODI Series, Schedule, Time Table And All The Updates Ind vs SA ODI series is scheduled to begin from 12 March 2020 at HPCA in Dharamshala. The ongoing tour started with three-match T20I series that ended in a draw COMMENT Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE After thrashing the visiting South Africans by 7 wickets in Mohali, the Proteas came back strongly in the deciding T20I to level the three-match series 1-1 against India. With the conclusion of the T20 series, the tour will now proceed further with red-ball cricket as both teams will now be donning their traditional ‘whites’ for the upcoming Freedom Trophy Test series. After the Test series, the South African team will enjoy a two-month break before hosting England and Australia for back-to-back home series. After the South African summer, the Proteas will return to the cricket-crazy nation for 50-overs contests.Also Read | IND Vs SA T20 Series 2019: Cricket Updates Of India Vs South AfricaIndia vs South Africa ODI series schedule: Story so farAs of now, the Men in Blue are ranked second in ICC ODI team rankings, while South Africa are ranked fifth. The last time these two teams played an ODI against each other was during the ICC World Cup 2019 where Team India trashed the struggling Proteas by 6 wickets. Apart from their World Cup fixture, the two teams also played a full-fledged ODI series last year when the Indian team played South Africa for a two-month tour. Riding on captain Virat Kohli’s herculean 558 runs in six matches, Team India hammered the hosts 5-1 in the six-match ODI series. Kohli-led India might have enjoyed success against the Proteas in recent memory, however, the South African team still has a superior head-to-head record against Team India. Out of the 84 ODI’s between these two nations, SA have won 46 matches while India have won 35 games in which three ended in no results.Also Read | Vernon Philander Wants Senior Proteas Players To Lead Charge Vs IndiaODI series 2019-20 TimetableThe ODI series between the two teams will start from 12 March 2020. All three matches of the ODI series are scheduled to be day-night matches. South Africa will tour India for the ODI’s immediately after hosting the Australian team for a limited-overs series. For the full itinerary of the Ind-SA ODI series, read ahead –First ODI – 12 March 2020 at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in DharamshalaSecond ODI – 15 March 2020 at Ekana International Cricket Stadium in LucknowThird ODI – 18 March 2020 at Eden Gardens in KolkataAlso Read | India Vs South Africa T20I Series: Three Best Moments For Team IndiaAlso Read | India Vs South Africa: India Firm Favourites Feels Sourav Ganguly FOLLOW US Aakash Saini WE RECOMMEND First Published: 30th September, 2019 16:09 IST 11 months ago Ind vs SA third T20I: Schedule, channel and match toss details LIVE TV 1 year ago ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: How to watch India vs South Africa livestream on Hotstar, JioTVlast_img read more

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