Donald R. Bauman

first_imgDonald R. Bauman, of St. Peters, was born on September 13, 1936 in Batesville, the son of Wilbur and Belva Boggess Bauman.  He married Kathy Strothman on August 29, 1964 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church.  After working briefly at Harrison Bowl, Donald spent 30 years at Hill-Rom and later retired from Owens-Corning.  He was a member of St. John’s United Church of Christ in Penntown and in his spare time he enjoyed many hobbies.  Donald loved to bowl and was active in the Wednesday afternoon league in Batesville.  He also enjoyed the casinos and pitching horseshoes.  Donald umpired for many years and afterwards, sometimes to the dismay of his family, he continued “umping” from the bleachers.  At the age of 80, he passed away Friday, September 8, 2017 at McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital in Oxford after a brief illness. Those surviving who will honor Donald’s memory include his loving wife of 53 years, Kathy Bauman; children, Kevin (Jan) Bauman and Kim (Ron) Buckler, both of Brookville, Jeff (Dana Wilson) Bauman of St. Peters, Kellie Bauman of McCordsville, Brian (Karla) Bauman of Brookville, and Blake (Christie) Bauman of Bright; 10 grandchildren and 1 on the way; 5 great-grandchildren; a sister, Janet Wiedeman of Sunman, and a brother, Larry (Bertie) Bauman of Sunman.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant brother, Wilbur Eugene Bauman, one additional brother, Robert Bauman and a brother-in-law, Alvin Wiedeman. Friends may visit with the family from 5 until 8 p.m. on Monday, September 11, 2017 and again Tuesday from 10 until 11 a.m. at St. John’s UCC – Penntown. Pastor Lynne Busch will officiate the funeral service at 11 a.m., and burial will follow in St. Peter’s Catholic Church Cemetery.center_img Memorial contributions can be directed to the Olivia Rebecca Waggoner Endowment at the Franklin County Community Foundation or to St. John’s UCC – Penntown Cemetery.  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 Donald Bauman.last_img read more

City champs suffer PIAA heartbreak in overtime thriller to State College

first_imgby Malik VincentThe quest for a City League team to advance in the PIAA (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association) football playoffs was unsuccessful, again, this year.State College, the winners of District VI, for the second year in a row defeated the City League champs, District VII, by knocking off USO (University Prep, Sci-Tech, and Obama), 33-32 on Nov 26 at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona.“It was our goal to be able to represent the city well and finally get that win in States,” USO Coach Lou Berry said. “We weren’t quite able to get that accomplished, unfortunately.”The Panthers (11-2) came from behind to take a 3-point lead with 33 seconds left in the game.But State College’s kicker, Josh Clothiaux, was a thorn in their side as his offense set him up for a 25-yard game tying field goal in the closing seconds of regulation.When the game reached overtime, USO’s leader Jaylen Coleman, scored on a 1-yard run—for his second touchdown of the game. He finished with over 200 yards on the ground.“This season was a season to remember,” Coleman said. “I love my team.”Then State College running back Jack Haffner came back and put his Little Lions on top with a 6-yard score in the extra period. He played a big role in their victory last year to knock off last year’s champs Perry. In this game, like Coleman, he eclipsed the 200 yard mark.But it would be the foot of Clothiaux that would send his team to victory on the ensuing extra point.“There were so many opportunities for us to win this game,” Berry said. “We missed a chance for a turnover in that last drive and they were somehow able to get in position to score.”It took 26 seconds on a pass play and two Haffner rushes in that final drive in regulation for the Little Lions to drive 55 yards all the way to the USO 8 yard line.“There were some issues with the clock operator all game. I don’t see how it was possible for them to drive 55 yards in 26 seconds. But that’s just me.”The loss was USO’s first since going down to league foe Brashear in the City opener in September. They’d finish out their conference schedule and the playoffs after that, without even surrendering a single point.“We fell a little short in our journey,” Berry said. “But I’m so humbled and impressed by the success of these young men and how they fought for one another, as brothers, this year.”State College will take on the Quad-A champs of the WPIAL, North Allegheny next week in Altoona.Oliver (3-8) was the City’s Double-A representative in the PIAA’s and lost to Moniteau, 39-12, at Cupples Stadium on Nov. 25.(Follow our continuing coverage of and add your comments to our website at www.new­pitts­burgh­courieronline.com.) (Malik Vincent can be reached at [email protected] or on twitter @malikvincent.)last_img read more

Extreme E signs a multi-year deal with Sony Pictures Networks India

first_imgAdvertisement c1cnNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsk7mWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E3e5( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cftu5Would you ever consider trying this?😱5pla7Can your students do this? 🌚isRoller skating! Powered by Firework Extreme E and Sony Pictures Networks India Private Limited (SPN) have signed a four-year broadcast partnership for the pioneering electric SUV off-road motorsport series, set to begin its inaugural season in 2021. The broadcast partnership with SPN will ensure millions across the Indian sub-continent can catch the action as it unfolds.Advertisement World-class drivers and teams will compete across Extreme E’s five-race odyssey to some of the most remarkable, remote locations on the planet. Viewers from all around the globe will be introduced to some of the most extreme locations as the racers drive through the sandbars in the Artic, the Amazonian rainforests of Brazil, the deserts of Saudi Arabia, the rising oceans of Senegal and the Himalayan glaciers of Nepal. The goal: highlighting the impact of human interference and climate change while raising awareness, driving sustainability and inspiring action.Advertisement The Season 1 calendar will be finalized imminently, with further announcements on teams, drivers and series partners to be made in the coming weeks.Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Christmas comes early for Maida; big Murdoch weekend for Leafs

first_imgBy Bruce FuhrThe Nelson DailyLeaf coach Frank Maida woke up this week realizing Christmas had arrived early.The Nelson skipper found out via the junior hockey grapevine that former Leaf netminder Marcus Beasley was on the market once again having been released from the Prince George Spruce Kings of the B.C. Hockey League.Nelson held the Kootenay International Junior B Hockey League rights to Beasley after he was release from Prince George.Already satisfied with the goaltending duo of Andrew Walton and Patrick Defoe, Maida did the next best things — traded the junior B rights of Beasley for cash or future considerations to the Kamloops Storm.“We were really quite happy with our goalie situation,” Maida told The Nelson Daily on the eve of a heavy-dose of Murdoch Division competition.“It’s late in the season and we wanted to find Marcus a place to play. We made a call and Kamloops needed a goalie.”The deal is for cash or a player, should the Leafs want anyone the Storm is interested in moving to the Heritage City.“We’re always looking for another player heading down the stretch and into the playoffs,” Maida said.Maida may be more eager to deal should the Leafs falter this weekend.Nelson hosts league-leading Beaver Valley Nitehawks in the first of a home-and-home weekend series Friday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.Sandwiched in between the two Hawk games — game two is Sunday at 1 p.m. in Fruitvale — is a tilt Saturday in Castlegar against the Rebels.“I don’t feel this is a make a break weekend, but it is a big weekend to position ourselves where I feel we belong at the top of the division with Beaver Valley and Castlegar,” Maida explained.After suffering through the past six weeks of the season plagued by injuries, the Leafs have only two players on the self heading into the weekend — defencemen Tyler Parfeniuk and Blake Arcuri.Maida said Parfeniuk, the Leaf captain, would be held out of the lineup until the New Year’s Eve game against Spokane Braves.The word on Arcuri is less than promising as the Nelson native continues to rehab a hand injury.Nelson enters the three-game set trailing Beaver Valley by 10 points and Castlegar by five. The Hawks have played on less game than the Leaf while Nelson has a game in hand on the Rebels.The Leafs hold the lead in the season series against the Rebels 2-1 but trail the Hawks 3-1.Two of the games Nelson lost to Beaver Valley the Leafs held a lead only to see the Hawks charge back and take the [email protected]last_img read more

Highlights of 26 years of WEF on Africa

first_imgThe World Economic Forum (WEF) has been held for over 40 years, with Africa’s involvement and its interests at the heart of a dedicated annual continental forum since 1990. Here are some of the highlights from those 26 years in preparation for the forthcoming WEF on Africa to be held in Rwanda in May 2016.1990 and 1991WEF’s first Africa meeting took place in Geneva, Switzerland in 1990, featuring participants from business, government and civil society, including many burgeoning economy policymakers and business leaders from South Africa.The priority was to gain international support for South Africa’s future, as a united front featuring both Thabo Mbeki, chief economic policy maker for the African National Congress (ANC), and the National Party government’s finance minister Barend du Plessis. They took the findings of the forum on a roadshow through Africa and major international financial centres to drum up support for a smooth economic transition to a democratic South Africa.The following year, the forum held again in Geneva, took a more pointed focus on the rest of Southern Africa, with the theme “Opportunities for Growth and Development in a Southern Africa in Transition”.1992Then South African President FW de Klerk, Nelson Mandela and Chief Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the three primary players in political and economic negotiations in South Africa, presented a united front at the 1992 WEF Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Mandela chose the occasion to make his first speech on South Africa’s economic future under the ANC and credited the forum with inspiring his reversal of ANC policy on nationalisation of the mining industry.1993This was the first year WEF on Africa was held in Cape Town. It was also the first time many of the world’s leaders, particularly African heads of state, visited South Africa. The country remained a regular host over the next 20 years.The 1993 event saw the creation of the ten-year Global Leaders of Tomorrow initiative that heralded the emergence of new economic players out of Africa, including some of the most prominent and powerful players in African affairs today such as Cyril Ramaphosa, Patrice Motsepe and Ugandan-born Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam.1998The 1998 event, held in Windhoek, Nambia, saw the launch of the first Africa Competitiveness Report, one of the world’s most vital economic barometers.Historic video: Nelson Mandela speaks at World Economic Forum in Davos, 1999. http://t.co/ztELLsRJcF #Davos #WEF14SA pic.twitter.com/aZ2MCmQ1CA— MediaClubSouthAfrica (@MediaClubSA) January 20, 20142000WEF in Durban, hosted by then-President Mbeki, saw the emergence of his African Renaissance concept that focused on regional integration for the continent.2001The rise of social entrepreneurs, and the founding of WEF’s Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship were some of the highlights from 2001. The Schwab Foundation brought acclaimed Africa-based social enterprises to international attention.2002Almost 150 global and regional companies doing business with Africa endorsed the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (Nepad).2005The WE Forum of Young Global Leaders was launched, including 16 up-and- coming African economic players, some of whom were integral to the success of the 2005 WEF Africa summit.2008Under the theme, “Capitalising on Opportunity”, the 18th WEF on Africa focused on raising the quality of leadership and education to capitalise on the growing opportunities available because of the continent’s economic growth and significant decrease in conflict.2010With the largest gathering of African heads of state and over 1 000 global economic players from 85 territories, WEF on Africa celebrated its 20th Forum in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, under the theme “Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy”. It re- evaluated global changes, such as the 2008 economic downturn, and its effects on African economies.2011The Grow Africa initiative, co-founded by the African Union Commission, Nepad and the WEF, was the hallmark of the 2011 Africa event, held in Cape Town. It focused on an African-owned, country-led, market-based and an inclusive approach to accelerating investment in sustainable growth with an emphasis on agriculture.2015The 25th World Economic Forum on Africa was held in Cape Town with the theme “Then and Now: Reimagining Africa’s Future”.With over 1 250 participants from business, politics, civil society, academia and the media, the forum was the largest WEF event ever held in Africa due to an increased number of female participants and young, economic minds from the continent.The milestone was seen as an indication of the unprecedented levels of commitment by global private-public economies to achieving Africa’s transformation. A continuing investment of over $10-billion (about R151-billion) in the Grow Africa initiative saw the creation of almost 60 000 agriculture jobs in 12 countries.Over 8-million smallholder farmers received assistance from the programme. The WEF Africa Strategic Infrastructure Initiative has also helped accelerate 23 cornerstone projects across the continent valued at $9.7 billion (about R145-billion).Source: World Economic Forumlast_img read more

a month agoBournemouth boss Howe: We’re trying to reach level of Southampton

first_imgBournemouth boss Howe: We’re trying to reach level of Southamptonby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBournemouth boss Eddie Howe says they’re trying to reach the level of Southampton.The Cherries meet Saints on Friday night.Howe said, “Southampton have always traditionally always produced their own players, their academy has always been so important to them, you see the amount of players they bring through.”That’s something we’re trying to improve on – and of course the infrastructure here – the training ground, the stadium.”We definitely want to improve on them and get closer to their level.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

10 days agoAC Milan goalkeeper Reina: Pioli a real football man

first_imgAC Milan goalkeeper Reina: Pioli a real football manby Carlos Volcano10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina has welcomed the appointment of new coach Stefano Pioli.Milan lost four of their first seven Serie A games before the sacking of Marco Giampaolo.“For us, it was a particularly difficult start to the season. The second part will be more positive for Milan,” the goalkeeper told ANSA.“Pioli will bring positivity and tranquility. We must work and get to grips with his ideas quickly so we can be ready as soon as possible to face our next few matches.“He’s a football man who has a lot of experience in Serie A, someone who knows Italian football very well.“In all of us, there’s the desire for redemption and to do better from now on. So far we haven’t lived up to expectations and we also hope to improve quickly for the fans.“I’m always optimistic. Our objective must be to win every game. After that, we’ll take stock in May.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

City of Dawson Creek and NEAT asking residents to improve recycling

first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The City together with the Northern Environmental Action Team want to help improve residents understanding of proper recycling cart contents with curbside cart audits starting the week of November 12.Since the curbside program started in September, residents have been doing a great job,  yet there has been an increase in contaminated materials left in the carts. Repeated contamination has shown a need for the new Recycle it Right program, to help residents understand and know proper sorting practices.It is essential to understand that blue bin contents are delivered to DC Recycling, these items are sorted and then baled for resale. Contaminants in your cart such as food waste, cat litter, garbage and construction materials can turn your recycling to garbage. This reduces the resale value of recyclable materials which increases processing costs and poses unsafe working conditions to staff. NEAT representatives will audit curbside bins by looking for possible contaminants, and then leaving information on correct sorting and acceptable recyclable materials. If a cart is highly contaminated, NEAT will leave the bin and ask the resident to re-sort their waste.For more information on how to Recycle it Right;Printable guide (also available as a downloadable PDF online) http://www.dawsoncreek.ca/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/curbside-garbage-and-recycling/CODC-curbside-guide-web-PDF.pdfCheck out the Waste Wizard at dawsoncreek.ca/recycle http://dawsoncreek.ca/recycleDownload the Dawson Creek City appFor more information on the program, contact the City of Dawson Creek at 250-784-3600 or [email protected]last_img read more

George Canyon Announces Second Show – Presented by Top Notch Oilfield Contracting

first_imgCanyon rose to becoming one of Canada’s hottest Country Music stars in the early 2000’s and has won countless accolades and awards, including Juno Awards, CCMA Awards, and ECMA Awards to name a few. He has been inducted into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame, recorded 12 albums, and was recently presented a certified Platinum Award for his debut album ‘One Good Friend’. With country hits like Just Like You, I Believe in Angels, Drinkin’ Thinkin’, Daughters of the Sun, I Got This, I Want You To Live, Slow Dance and many more, he is also a highly regarded humanitarian, strong supporter of the military, and, most important, a proud father and devoted husband.With over 20 Top 10 singles, Doc Walker is one of the most recognized Canadian country acts of the past two decades. The group has received multiple Canadian Country Music Awards, including Fans’ Choice, Group or Duo of the Year, CMT Video of the Year, Single of the Year, and Country Music Program or Special of the Year. In addition, Doc Walker has been nominated for several JUNO Awards for Country Album of the Year, including a win in 2009 for the album Beautiful Life.Charlie Major is a true Canadian legend. He has sold nearly half a million records in Canada alone, and has been the recipient of 3 Juno Awards and 7 CCMA Awards. Rising to the forefront of the Canadian Music scene in the early to mid-nineties, Major holds the distinction of having six consecutive #1 hits (every single released) off his debut album prior to the inception of BDS.Canada’s Manny Blu made his debut with the release of his first single “X on my Heart” earlier this year. Currently preparing to release his premiere EP Leave It Like It Is in summer 2019, Manny is eagerly awaiting the chance to share his new music with the world. For more information on George Canyon please visit: FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – One of Fort St. John’s favourite country acts is returning to the Lido Theatre.  George Canyon announced his “Hit After Hit Tour” last week and the May 1st show sold out in less than 36 hours. Now a second show has been added on May 2nd to ensure all of George’s fans get to see the show this spring.  George is thrilled to hit the road on this National Tour, joined by Doc Walker, Charlie Major and newcomer Manny Blu.  Tickets for May 2nd will go on sale this Friday March 15, 2019 at 10 a.m. through www.energetictickets.ca, or in person at Systems Sound Source on 100TH Street.Tickets will be $55 (plus fees and taxes) for Reserved Dance Floor Seating and $60 (plus fees and taxes) for reserved seating. Sign up for the newsletter at www.energetictickets.ca/newsletter/ to receive the pre-sale access code tomorrow, March 14th.center_img www.georgecanyon.comwww.facebook.com/georgecanyonwww.instagram.com/georgecanyonwww.twitter.com/georgecanyonlast_img read more

Amending Indian Forest Act

first_imgThe Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has finalised the first draft of the comprehensive amendments to the Indian Forest Act, 1927 (IFA). The 123-page draft provides definitions to important terms that were missing from the law. The draft has been prepared based on the inputs of a core committee constituted by the ministry. On March 7, Inspector General of Forests (Forest Policy) Noyal Thomas sent a letter to all states seeking their comments. Each state has to conduct consultations with all its stakeholders, including non-profits and civil society organisations, and send the compiled feedback to the ministry by June 7. Also Read – A special kind of bondThe amendment defines community as “a group of persons specified on the basis of government records living in a specific locality and in joint possession and enjoyment of common property resources, without regard to race, religion, caste, language and culture”. Forest is defined to include “any government or private or institutional land recorded or notified as forest/forest land in any government record and the lands managed by government/community as forest and mangroves, and also any land which the central or state government may by notification declare to be forest for the purpose of this Act.” Also Read – Insider threat managementWhile the preamble of IFA, 1927, said the Act was focused on laws related to transport of forest produce and the tax on it, the amendment has increased the focus to “conservation, enrichment and sustainable management of forest resources and matters connected therewith to safeguard ecological stability to ensure provision of ecosystem services in perpetuity and to address the concerns related to climate change and international commitments”. The amendments specifically deal with the Forest Rights Act, 2006 (FRA). The amendments say if the state government, after consultation with the central government, feels that the rights under FRA will hamper conservation efforts, then the state “may commute such rights by paying such persons a sum of money in lieu thereof, or grant of land, or in such other manner as it thinks fit, to maintain the social organisation of the forest-dwelling communities or alternatively set out some other forest tract of sufficient extent, and in a locality reasonably convenient, for the purpose of such forest dwellers”. The amendment also introduces a new category of forests — production forest. These will be forests with specific objectives for production of timber, pulp, pulpwood, firewood, non-timber forest produce, medicinal plants or any forest species to increase production in the country for a specified period.(The views are strictly personal)last_img read more