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Pro and Con

first_imgI am sure by now you have read that East Central has approved construction of a new all-weather football field.  This project is hoped to be completed before next fall’s football season.Unlike Lawrenceburg, who put their field in a few years ago, East Central plans to add a shock pad to their project.  Hopefully, this will reduce the number of injuries that may occur on this type of surface.  When they remove the turf and topsoil from the present field, it will be used to upgrade their soccer facility.This type of field certainly reduces maintenance costs and allows many different activities to occur in all types of weather conditions.  Besides the football team, it may be used as a soccer field (sectional site), band practice, and other athletic practices during rainy periods.  Without a turf, a football field is strictly used for games because usage tears up the grass surface.I am sure that other schools in the area will try to get turf in the near future.  It certainly makes sense to have such a facility.last_img read more


Outdoor Indiana magazine features barn quilts

first_imgIndianpolis, In. — Outdoor Indiana magazine’s September-October issue features a cover article on barn quilts. Barn quilts are large squares painted to resemble a quilt block and applied to the side of a barn.Randolph County is home to at least 47 barn quilts and is among at least five in Indiana counties with barn quilt driving tours, which are usually called “quilt trails.” The other counties are Gibson, LaGrange, Marshall and Miami. One is underway in Pike County.Outdoor Indiana was recently honored by the Association for Conservation Information (ACI) as the third best state-sponsored conservation/outdoor recreation magazine in the country.Outdoor Indiana is available now at most Barnes & Noble stores in Indiana for $4. Subscriptions are $15 for one year (six issues, a 38 percent savings off cover) and $28 for two years (12 issues, a 42 percent savings off cover).last_img read more


Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Dec. 23, 2013 – Jan. 1, 2014

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Dec. 23, 2013 – Jan. 1, 2014:12/23             1:53 AM        Injury Accident                    Kansas Turnpike12/23             5:15 AM        Medical Emergency           Oxford12/23             12:40 PM      Medical Emergency           400 block South C12/23             1:56 PM        Medical Emergency           200 block W. Harvey12/23             4:19 PM        Medical Trauma                 700 block N. Blaine12/24             12:53 AM      Medical Trauma                 700 block S. Jefferson12/24             11:46 AM      Medical Emergency           1600 block W. 8th12/24             2:33 PM        Medical Emergency           1500 block S. Hoover12/24             3:01 PM        Medical Alarm                     1100 block E. 20th Street12/24             6:07 PM        Medical Emergency           300 block W. 9th12/24             11:22 PM      Injury Accident                    200 block S. West Rd.12/25             12:51 AM      Medical Emergency           1200 block Edgewood12/25             11:00 AM      Medical Emergency           300 block North B12/25             7:20 PM        Medical Emergency           1000 block College12/25             10:19 PM      Medical Emergency           100 block W. Botkin12/25             10:45 PM      Medical Emergency           400 block S. Washington12/26             8:12 AM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             9:12 AM        Medical Trauma                 600 block Circle12/26             9:26 AM        Medical Trauma                 Oxford12/26             11:17 AM      Transfer to Wichita12/26             2:13 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             4:45 PM        Medical Emergency           100 block W. Botkin12/26             5:27 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             10:27 PM      Medical Emergency           700 block N. Gardner12/27             8:32 AM        Medical Emergency           600 block N. Elm12/27             2:32 PM        Medical Trauma                 900 block E. 16th12/27             4:55 PM        Investigate Smoke              400 block W. Harvey12/27             5:24 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/27             5:25 PM        Medical Emergency           100 block N. Elm12/27             8:28 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/28             12:05 AM      Medical Emergency           1300 block N. Blaine12/28             10:29 AM      Medical Emergency           Perth12/28             2:56 PM        Medical Emergency           1200 block N. Park12/29             7:04 AM        Medical Emergency           600 block N. Jefferson12/29             7:39 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block N. Plum12/29             9:01 PM        Medical Trauma                 1300 block Michigan12/30             1:38 PM        Medical Emergency           1500 block N. Poplar12/30             1:38 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/30             3:53 PM        Grass Fire                              Hargis Creek Watershed12/30             4:06 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/30             5:26 PM        Medical Emergency           300 block E. 13th12/30             5:35 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block Circle12/31             1:04 AM        Structure Fire                      Mutual Aid to Fire Dist. 912/31             8:36 AM        Medical Emergency           800 block W. Harvey12/31             11:25 AM      Transfer to Wichita12/31             11:41 AM      Vehicle Accident                 15th & Washington12/31             8:08 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block S. Blaine12/31             9:41 PM        Medical Trauma                 500 block E. Harvey1/1                  2:25 AM        Medical Trauma                 Washington & Harvey1/1                  2:41 AM        Vehicle Accident                 4th & Boundary1/1                  10:23 PM      Medical Emergency           1200 block N. Washington1/1                  10:57 PM      Medical Emergency           300 block E. 14thlast_img read more


Police officer accidentally shoots son after mistaking him for an intruder

first_imgA Dallas Police office’s adult son his recovering in the hospital after his father mistook him for an intruder and shot him.The incident occurred around 6 p.m Saturday near DeSoto.When authorities arrived to the home, they found the victim bleeding from his right forearm.The victim was then taken to an area hospital for treatment on the non-life-threatening injury.Authorities say that they are continuing to investigate the incident, however, no arrest have been made and no charges have been filed.“The DeSoto Police Department has treated this like every other case that we would have had and we would’ve handled it the exact same way that if any charges are appropriate later on, they’ll be forwarded over to the DA’s office for them to make a decision,” Pete Schulte, DeSoto police spokesman said.The names of the two parties involved have not yet been released.last_img read more


Viral video shows woman chugging coffee during impeachment hearing

first_imgA woman who dramatically chugged her coffee during Tuesday’s impeachment hearing is now the latest internet sensation.Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was testifying before Congress, but all eyes were on Emma Dumain, who was sitting behind him.Dumain tilted her head back to take a big gulp of her beverage before seeming to remember she was on camera.She says she grabbed oatmeal and large coffee on her way to the hearing, where the world saw her chug every last drop.Dumain works as a congressional reporter for the news agency McClatchy.last_img read more


911 Calls Released in Deadly Miramar Pkwy Shootout

first_img911 calls show how a deadly police shootout could have been even worse.The calls released yesterday came from last week’s shootout in Miramar in which two robbery suspects, a UPS driver and a passerby were killed.One caller told dispatchers he was in front of the UPS truck when the shooting started, and two bullets went through his daughter’s car seat.He told the dispatcher no one was hurt, though, because his daughter wasn’t with him, and he added, ‘thank God.’last_img


President Trump Tweeting from Mar-a-Lago: Impeachment is an ongoing “witch hunt”

first_img(Washington, DC) — President Trump is still enjoying gorgeous golfing weather while vacationing at Mar-a-Lago on Palm Beach. But Trump took time out from relaxation to again rail against impeachment on Twitter. Trump tweeted that impeachment by the House is part of an ongoing “witch hunt” that is “sputtering badly, but still going on.” He argued that it is hurting the U.S. by creating more division than ever. Trump added — “A lot of very good people were taken down by a small group of Dirty (Filthy) Cops, politicians (and) government officials” who “SPIED” on his 2016 campaign in an “illegal” investigation. Trump is continuing a long holiday vacation at his resort in Florida. President Trump has enjoyed beautiful weather while at the winter white house and has been able to play a round of golf nearly every day at one of his clubs. He is playing again today. Click here to see his official schedule.last_img read more


Broward Man Accused of Threatening to Kill President Trump Denied Bond

first_imgA Broward County man who is accused of threatening to kill President Trump in a Facebook Live video was denied bond in Fort Lauderdale federal court on Wednesday.Prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney’s Office had asked that Chauncy Devonte Lump be held on pre-trial detention, arguing that he is a danger to the community. Judge Patrick Hunt agreed.The 26-year-old is facing a federal charge of threats against the President of the United States, in addition to a county charge of making a false bomb report.The criminal complaint states that he posted a seven-minute video on Facebook Live on January 3 under the username “BlackMan Vs America,” in which he threatened multiple times to kill the President.“He killed my leader, and I have to kill him. I am ready for Donald,” Lump says in the video.According to authorities, Lump made the video in response to the death of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, who was killed by an American drone strike in Baghdad, Iraq earlier this month.“I need to find the Donald, because if I don’t find him, I am going to have to blow up Broward County,” Lump adds, according to the complaint.The report also states that Lump had “what appears to be a loaded AK-47” in the Facebook Live.Lump admitted to law enforcement officials that he made the video and told them “the threats in the video were intended to be a joke,” according to the criminal complaint.“However, at no point in the video did Lump claim he was joking,” the complaint adds.Court records show that Lump lives in an Oakland Park apartment and holds a concealed weapon/firearm permit in Florida. He is also licensed and employed as a security officer.last_img read more


CDC: First person-to-person transmission of new coronavirus in US confirmed

first_imgAs of Thursday the virus has killed 170 people and sickened more than 7,000 people in mainland China.CDC officials say the risk for infection in the U.S. still remains low. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has confirmed the first person-to-person transmission of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the United States.According to the CDC a woman was confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus in Chicago, Illinois, transmitted it to her husband. The woman arrived from Wuhan, China, where the first case was reported, on January 13th. Officials say she was feeling sick shorty after, and her husband developed symptoms of the virus right away. Officials say this is the first human-to-human spread in the United States.last_img read more