Norma Jean (Nowlin) McConnell, age 80, of Osgood passed away September 20, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was born on July 8, 1938 in Hamilton, Ohio. Her childhood years were spent in Ohio and she would graduate high school there.She met Lester McConnell and the two of them moved in the early 70’s to what would become their homeplace outside of Osgood. Raising her family would become the absolute center of her life. She instilled in all her children that you must work for what you get and be thankful for all you have.Norma is survived by children Tammy McConnell, Thomas (Renee) McConnell, Tonya Lewis, Timothy (Luciana) McConnell, Terri (John) Mayberry, Lori (Bob) Herbert, Kenny (Candy) McConnell, and Kevin (Amy) McConnell, along with several grand and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lester, and son Chris.A visitation will be held on Monday September 24, 2018 from 5-7 pm. with a memorial service being held at 7 pm. All services will be held at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood.
New Delhi : Cricket Australia on Sunday named seven-year-old leg-spinner Archie Schiller as the new team co-captain alongside regular skipper Tim Paine for the Boxing Day Test against India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Barossa Valley boy, who turned 7 on Saturday, will toss the coin and join hosts for the national anthem in the Boxing Day test. The leggie, who want to get Virat Kohli’s wicket, is all set to partner Nathan Lyon in the third Test starting Wednesday. Australian national cricket team head coach Justin Langer informed Schiller about his inclusion in the extended squad via a phone call. During their conversation, Schiller sounded impressively confident when he told Langer that he will get Indian skipper Virat Kohli out at the MCG.Archie Schiller, who has endured 13 heart operations and spent half of his life in hospital after being diagnosed with a life-threatening congenital disease, had the dream of captaining the Australian cricket team. Make a Wish Australia and Cricket Australia, worked together to make Archie’s cricket dreams come true.Archie and his three-year-old brother Harry were invited into the cockpit of the flight to Melbourne he was travelling in. The flight attendants, pilot and the staffers of Make a Wish Australia and Cricket Australia cheered and greeted the new Australia skipper with a huge round of applause.When Archie was just three months old, it came to light that he had faulty heart valves. Weeks after his birth he underwent an urgent surgery lasting more than seven hours in Melbourne. And six months later, he underwent a second surgery before he went under the knife again in last December.”We were told that it could go either way. We’ve learned to take nothing for granted and to cherish every day we have with him,” Schiller’s mother Sarah recalled.Paine said the decision to make Archie the co-captain was their way of fulfilling his long-cherished dream. “Sometimes we live a life, it’s very good, but you can be consumed in your own life at times, so to have someone like that around is actually really inspiring for our group. It’s great to have him around and we look forward to his debut on Boxing Day,” Paine said.Also Read | Under Virat Kohli’s captaincy, India have learnt to give it back to opposition: Viv RichardsBoth Australia and India are 1-1 in the four-match series. The third Test of the series will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Boxing Day, December 26. Certainly, Archie’s inclusion in the team will definitely make the dressing room environment positive for the already charged up hosts.(With agency inputs) For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
Kick off is at 7.45 Iceland reached the quarter finals last summer beating England along the way and at present are one place above Ireland in the FIFA rankings at the moment in 23rd.It’s expected that Daryl Horgan, John Egan, Andy Boyle and Conor Hourihane will get game time tonight as Martin O’Neill assesses his options ahead of our next competitive game against Austria in June.Robbie Brady captains the side having missed the draw against Wales due to suspension.
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The countdown is on until the 2014 State of Origin Series, to be held at the Sunshine Coast Stadium on Friday, 19 September and Saturday, 20 September 2014. Please see below the times of the games:FridayGame One1.00pm – Women’s 30’s (Field One), Men’s 35’s (Field Two)1.50pm – Men’s 30’s (Field One), Women’s 35’s (Field Two), Men’s 45’s (Field Three)2.40pm – Women’s 20’s (Field One), Women’s 40’s (Field Two)3.30pm – Men’s 20’s (Field One), Men’s 40’s (Field Two), Men’s 50’s (Field Three)4.25pm – Mixed Open (Field One), Men’s 55’s (Field Two)5.20pm – Women’s Open6.10pm – Men’s Open SaturdayGame Two8.00am – Women’s 20’s (Field One), Men’s 40’s (Field Two), Men’s 35’s (Field Five)8.55am – Men’s 20’s (Field One), Men’s 30’s (Field Two), Men’s 50’s (Field Five)9.50am – Mixed Open (Field One), Women’s 30’s (Field Two), Women’s 40’s (Field Three), Men’s 45’s (Field Four), Women’s 35’s (Field Five)10.45am – Women’s Open (Field One), Men’s 55’s (Field Two)11.40am – Men’s Open (Field One)Game Three1.30pm – Men’s 40’s (Field Three), Men’s 35’s (Field Four)2.25pm – Men’s 20’s (Field One), Women’s 20’s (Field Two), Men’s 30’s (Field Three), Women’s 30’s (Field Four), Women’s 40’s (Field Five)3.20pm – Mixed Open (Field One), Women’s 35’s (Field Two), Men’s 45’s (Field Three), Men’s 50’s (Field Four), Men’s 55’s (Field Five)4.15pm – Women’s Open5.10pm – Men’s Open Stay tuned to www.touchfootball.com.au for all of the links to the live streaming of field one games of the 2014 State of Origin Series.There are plenty of ways to keep up-to-date with all of the latest results, news and information from the 2014 National Youth Championships (NYC) and State of Origin Series (SOO). The Touch Football Australia, NYC and SOO websites will be updated regularly throughout the event with all of the latest information and can be found by clicking on the links below: www.nyc.mytouchfooty.com www.soo.mytouchfooty.com www.touchfootball.com.au All of Touch Football Australia’s social media pages will be regularly updated throughout the NYC event, so be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ us by clicking on the links below. Facebook – www.facebook.com/touchfootballaustralia Twitter – www.twitter.com/touchfootyaus (be sure to use the hashtag #nationalyouthchamps and #SOO2014) Instagram – www.instagram.com/touchfootballaustralia (be sure to use the hashtag #nationalyouthchamps and #SOO2014) The TFA YouTube channel will also have highlights and game live streamed throughout the event. Please click on the link below to be taken to the channel, and be sure to become a subscriber to the channel – www.youtube.com/touchfootballausRelated LinksSOO Game Times
About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say Ex-Brighton manager Hughton: If I had a choice I’d still be workingby Ansser Sadiq8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChris Hughton says he would love to be working during the 2019/20 season.The Englishman was sacked the day after keeping Brighton in the Premier League at the end of last term.He said: “It is always difficult adjusting because you are doing something you haven’t done for four-and-a-half years and, of course, for periods before that.”In between jobs, I have had short breaks. It is something you don’t want to happen.”If I had a choice, then I would still be working. What you have to do is make the most if it.”I’m someone who generally has not found it too difficult to keep busy .”I think you sometimes have to go outside your comfort zone and this is a really good opportunity to watch a lot of games.”
New York: Facing a barrage of attacks from President Donald Trump over plant closures, General Motors announced Friday a USD 1.8 billion investment and the creation of 700 new jobs in the United States. About USD 300 million will be geared towards production of electric vehicles at the auto giant’s Orion plant in Michigan, creating 400 jobs, the company said in a statement. Those vehicles had been slated for production outside of the United States. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal In November, GM shuttered five US plants, including auto assembly plants in Michigan and Ohio as part of a 15 per cent cut in its workforce worldwide — cutting around 14,000 employees — which drew Trump’s Twitter wrath. This week he urged the company to reopen the Lordstown, Ohio auto plant or sell it to someone who would. “We are excited to bring these jobs and this investment to the US,” GM chief Mary Barra said in announcing the plans to employees in Orion. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost “This new Chevrolet electric vehicle is another positive step toward our commitment to an all-electric future. GM will continue to invest in our US operations where we see opportunities for growth.” The new investment will help the company comply with new rules agreed to under the revised North American free trade deal, the statement said. Among other changes, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, requires that manufacturers produce a share of their vehicles in higher-wage factories in order to gain duty-free access to the region — a requirement aimed at favoring US and Canadian facilities over those in Mexico. The treaty has yet to be ratified, however. The Orion plant already builds the Chevy Bolt EV, and the new model “will be based off an advanced version of the same vehicle architecture,” the statement said. However, this is separate from the previously announced plan to produce a Cadillac EV. In addition to the investment, GM said it is in the process of adding 1,000 jobs to its truck assembly plant in Flint, Michigan. And the company said it has 2,700 openings at five sites around the country available to the 2,800 hourly workers impacted by the recent plant closures.