Progress on securing land to improve dangerous road in Buncrana

first_img Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Google+ Buncrana Town Council has been told that work to secure land for improvement works on the Aghilly Road is making progress, and discussions on drawing up Compulsory Purchase Orders are at an advance stage.However, member were not happy with the pace of progress this week, with Mayor Cllr Padraig Mac Lochlainn saying the project has been delayed so often it is now embarrassing.The issue was raised by Cllr James Gill – He says it’s vital that the work is expedited……….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/jgill830.mp3[/podcast] News Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Progress on securing land to improve dangerous road in Buncranacenter_img By News Highland – October 15, 2010 Twitter Pinterest Previous articleLetterkenny Council seeks to capitalise on Derry designationNext articleOireachtas committee rejects ombudsman’s Lost at Sea report News Highland WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

Mr. Allen Ray Edwards

first_imgMr. Allen Ray Edwards, age 68, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on June 2, 1948, in Madison, Indiana, the son of the late, Jesse D. and Mavis Marie (Brandon) Edwards. He was raised in Mount Sterling, Indiana and was a 1967 graduate of the Vevay High School. Allen Ray was inducted into the United States Army on July 10, 1967, in Louisville, Kentucky, serving during the Vietnam War. Allen Ray received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with four Bronze Service Stars, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Expert Rifle and two purple hearts. Allen Ray was honorably discharged with the rank of Sergeant on April 10, 1970, in Fort Hood, Texas. Allen Ray was united in marriage on May 30, 1969, in Longview, Texas, to Marjorie “Margie” Maryman and to this union arrived two sons, Christopher Allen and Dustin Eugene and a daughter, Ami Lynn to bless their home. Allen Ray and Margie shared 47 years of marriage together until his death. Allen Ray was employed as a pumper for an oil field in Kilgore, Texas. In 1989, Allen Ray was employed as a security guard for the Jefferson County Proving Grounds in Madison, Indiana. He was also employed for Danner’s Hardware Store in Vevay, Indiana, from 1989 to 1994. Allen Ray was a member of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396. He attended Ruter Chapel United Methodist Church in Vevay, Indiana. He resided in the Kigore, Texas community for 20 years and in the Vevay community since February 1989. Allen Ray enjoyed gardening and fishing and will be dearly missed by his loving family and friends. Allen Ray passed away at 8:30 am, Saturday, September 17, 2016, at his residence in Vevay, Indiana.Allen Ray will be dearly missed by his loving wife of 47 years: Marjorie “Margie” (Maryman) Edwards of Vevay, Indiana; his sons: Christopher Allen Edwards and his wife: Linda of Madison, IN and Dustin Eugene Edwards and his wife: Kayla of Vevay, IN; his daughter: Ami Lynn Purnell and her husband: Mark of Park Hills, KY; his grandchildren: Cody Allen, Jesse Lee, Joshua, Treyton, Michael Allen and Lucas Eugene; his twin sister: Alice Faye Whitham of Vevay, IN; his sisters: Harriet Bovard of Vevay, IN and Patty Haley and her husband: Phillip of Goodlettsville, TN; his brother: Jesse Dale Edwards of Vevay, IN and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents: Jesse D. Edwards, died March 21, 1992 and Mavis Marie (Brandon) Edwards, died November 10, 1996; his sister: Barbara Jo Edwards, died in 1941; his niece: Pansy L. Bledsoe, died September 15, 1996; his brothers-in-law: Paul V. “Jackie” Peters, died May 18, 1976, Carl S. Bovard, died December 15, 2012 and Dennis Lee Whitham, died January 20, 2014 and his sister-in-law: Ella May Edwards, died December 24, 2015.Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, September 21, 2016, at 11:00 am, by Mike Danner at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana. Full military will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 at the cemetery.Friends may call 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association or Vevay American Legion Post #185 Relief Fund. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more

UW men’s hockey secures first win of season

first_imgThe Wisconsin men’s hockey team has had a lot of learning moments since the season began, but had not translated those lessons into a win before this weekend.However, a loss away from tying the worst start in program history, the Badgers (1-8-1 overall) finally overcame their slow start and knocked off Ferris State 5-3 Saturday night at the Kohl Center.Like the first nine games of the season, the series finale against the Bulldogs (7-7-1) featured its fair share of ups and downs and adversity for UW to battle through. After trailing twice in the first period-and-a-half and giving up a third period lead for the second night in-a-row, Wisconsin seized an opportunity five minutes and 29 seconds into the final period to take the lead for good.In the final seconds of a power play, UW’s Grant Besse entered the zone along the right wing boards. Besse had the puck swept off his stick, but Joseph LaBate retrieved it on the right goal line and backhanded a pass into the slot. Badgers’ freshman defenseman Jack Dougherty was the only one in the vicinity of the puck and blasted a slap shot over the left shoulder of Bulldogs goaltender CJ Motte for what ended up being the game-winning goal.“It was a really weird play, I saw a rolling puck and I figured I could somewhat put it where I wanted to,” Dougherty said of his goal. “I just let it go, and there was a guy kind of close so I figured I might as well put a little quick release on it, and it happened to go in.”Wisconsin dug itself an early hole in the game, allowing a goal just three minutes and 54 seconds into the opening frame. But as was the occasion throughout the contest, UW fought back and scored its inaugural first period goal of the season to tie the game at one a little more than eight minutes later courtesy of Besse, who had two goals in the game.As head coach Mike Eaves discussed after the game, Wisconsin benefited from winning smaller battles throughout the game.“The thing that our guys did is they built on little victories during the course of the game, and we kept building and we got stronger as the game went on,” Eaves said. “You could feel the energy on the bench increase as the game went along.”Wisconsin went into the second period with the score knotted at one, but again Ferris State struck back and took the lead at the 7:22 mark of the second. This time though, the Badgers answered the goal immediately with one of their own when freshman Corbin McGuire netted his first career goal on assists from Matt Ustaski and Jake Linhart just 37 seconds later.Wisconsin notched another goal with just one minute and 44 seconds left in the second to take the lead into the locker room going into the third period for the second consecutive night.However, the Bulldogs scored first in the final period just like they had done in the previous two to tie the score for the third time. But after that goal two minutes and nine seconds in, Wisconsin answered yet again with Dougherty’s goal three minutes later to gain the lead along with the highest scoring output of the season to date.Besse would seal the Badgers’ first win with an empty netter in the final two minutes, while UW goaltender Joel Rumpel tallied 30 saves to earn his 50th career victory.“You watch a lot of pro athletes that when they haven’t scored for a while and they get that goal, they reach back and drop the monkey off their back,” Eaves said. “We can do that collectively as a group tonight because of the win.”Despite not registering a win Friday night, the Badgers ended their season-opening losing streak at eight with a tie against the Bulldogs.Unlike Saturday night’s high scoring affair, the first game of the series featured a goaltending battle between Wisconsin’s Rumpel and Ferris State’s Motte.Wisconsin outshot the Bulldogs 8-7 in the opening frame, and Motte made several impressive saves, including one with the toe of his right pad to keep the game scoreless after the first 20 minutes.Then in the second, Ferris State took control of the game and had 11 shots on Rumpel, which included several quality scoring chances. Rumpel, a Hobey Baker award finalist a season ago, came up big for his team with saves on each of those 11 shots and had some big glove stops to keep up his end of the shutout.Wisconsin took the lead a little more than two minutes into the final period, but the Bulldogs seized control of the game for the remainder of regulation into overtime. The Badgers mustered just three more shots after their goal, and although Ferris State scored at 7:29 to tie the game at one, Rumpel came up huge to help the Badgers salvage the tie.After the series finale Saturday, Eaves assessed the senior netminder’s play over the two games.“It was good all weekend,” Eaves said. “You can just put an A+ for his efforts this weekend. He was there when we needed him. Again, Joel is going to cover up a lot of mistakes that we make in front of him and he did that a lot tonight for us. He was a big part of the equation in asserting the victory.”Not only did Rumpel stop the 17 shots between the third period and overtime to give the Badgers their first non-loss of the year, but he also stonewalled each of the Bulldogs’ three chances in the shootout to conclude one of his better performances of the season.With an all-around effort from Rumpel and what had been an anemic offense, UW finally got into the win column this weekend, hoping to build off the triumph and make another turnaround from a slow start to the season.“It’s been a long time coming,” forward Matt Paape said. “I know we’ve got a young team, but hats off to the young guys and the older guys for sticking through it, staying together, keep battling against each other each week in practice. It was definitely a good win for us, and it was nice to be able to earn it.”last_img read more

Bookmakers hurt by reports that government will back FOBTs ‘£2 Nightmare Scenario’

first_img Share The UK betting industry has been impacted by fresh speculation that the government will move to implement a £2 bet limit on FOBTs machine wagering.This morning, UK news sources reported that Chancellor Phillip Hammond had accepted the parliamentary recommendations put forward by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), moving to lower FOBTs wagering levels below £10s.On Monday, The Times newspaper had reported that Hammond would move to stall the government’s final judgement on the long-awaited industry triennial review on FOBTs wagering and advertising standards.Parliament insiders had detailed that Hammond and the UK Treasury had concerns regarding a shortfall in taxes generated by FOBTs play, which had not been addressed by policy stakeholders.The news of Hammond’s concerns, had led to further speculation that betting leadership would look to secure a ‘backroom deal’ with the government, seeking to avoid the ‘nightmare scenario’ of a below £10 wagering cut.Nevertheless, this latest twist in FOBTs judgement, has led to an industry-wide share price decline, with all major listed UK betting enterprises recording price drops.As of this morning, shares in William Hill were down as much as 14%, with and an enlarged GVC Holdings, the new owner of Ladbrokes Coral, seeing its share price drop 7%.As yet, neither the UK government or the UKGC have confirmed any final judgement on FOBTs wagering, apart from confirming to industry stakeholders that a reduction in stake wagering will be sanctioned. Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 StumbleUpon Share UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile  August 25, 2020 Related Articles Submitlast_img read more