Governor Douglas to announce $1.6 million in Grant AwardsFive Communities to Receive Funds for Housing, Economic Development ProjectsWHO: Governor Jim DouglasWHAT: Press ConferenceWHY: To announce $1.6 million in community development grants to 5 municipalitiesWHERE: 85 Kate Street, off Lily Pond Road within Maple Ridge Mobile Home Park, LyndonvilleWHEN: Tuesday, December 16th 12:30 p.m.LYNDONVILLE, Vt. – Helping Vermonters in affordable housing in Vermont stay in their homes and make them more energy efficient will be the goal as Governor Jim Douglas on Tuesday will announce the award of $1.6 million in community development grants to five communities.The following communities will be receiving grants:Town of LyndonTown of West RutlandCity of RutlandTown of KillingtonTown of BenningtonA brief reception with light refreshments will follow at Gilman Housing Trust offices at 48 Elm Street in Lyndonville.NOTE: If weather is considerably inclement a decision will be made before 8:30 a.m. to relocate the full ceremony to Gilman Housing Trust offices.For further information on the event please contact Josh Hanford, VCDP Director at (802) 828-5201.Directions:Ceremony Location – Customer site – 85 Kate Street – Lyndonville· Exit 23 off of I-91; Follow Route 5 into downtown Lyndonville (approximately 1.3 miles);· At the intersection of Route 5/Broad Street ( just past the Depot Coffee Shop) turn right onto Depot Street;· Shortly after, turn left onto High Street; and follow High Street staying to the right (approximately half a mile)· High Street merges onto Hill Street, follow Hill Street until the intersection of Lily Pond Road (approximately 1 mile);· Turn right onto Lily Pond Road and follow for approximately 9/10th a mile;· Turn left onto Kate Street, #85 will be on the left.Reception/ Inclement Location – Gilman Housing Trust, 48 Elm Street, Lyndonville· Follow directions backwards towards the town of Lyndonville· Follow Hill Street directly down to Route 5/Broad Street (approximately 1 mile);· Turn right onto Route 5/Broad Street;· Turn left onto Central Street;· Turn right onto Elm Street;· Parking will be on the street.
The Ripley County Basketball Hall of Fame Banquet occurred on April 11 at JCD Elementary School. I think this marked the first time that the third generation in a family became a member of the Hall of Fame. Ed Westmeyer, a South Ripley graduate, was one of this year’s class. His grandfather, Irvin Freudenstein, was a 2007 inductee into the Hall. Roger Freudenstein, his uncle, was a 2002 inductee into the Hall. All 3 of these men played either for Versailles or its consolidated partner, South Ripley. In his speech, Ed said that he was proud to carry on the tradition of excellence in the South Ripley school system.Ed currently works for MainSource Bank in Troy, Ohio. He is a vice-president at this bank. In his acceptance speech, he said he was worried because his high school speech teacher was in the audience. Mary Margaret Moorhead is the speech teacher in question, and she and her husband “Gus” (also a member of the Hall of Fame) are part of that South Ripley tradition of excellence.
2015 Batesville graduate, Bryan Hoeing, made his college baseball debut Friday night as the #6-ranked Louisville Cardinals defeated Alabama State in Clearwater, Florida by a 7-0 score.Bryan picked up the save for the Cardinals throwing three perfect innings of no run, no hit baseball and struck out 2.Photo courtesy of The University of Louisville Athletics.
The seven-time African champions play their opening Group A fixture on Friday, June 15, against Uruguay.“The team is ready for the competition and morale is high,” national team manager Ihab Leheta told AFP at the Grozny International Airport.The Pharaohs have never progressed beyond the group stages and Salah is seen as crucial to their chances of making an impression at the tournament in Russia.The goal-scoring talisman has been sidelined since exiting Liverpool’s 3-1 Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid in tears after injuring his shoulder when Sergio Ramos wrestled him to the ground.But such has been his form for the English Premiership club — 44 goals in all competitions for the season — that he has been included in Egypt’s squad even though there is no guarantee he will play.Team doctor Mohamed Abou al-Ela told ON Sport TV on Saturday night that they would make an assessment on Salah’s ability to play early this week.“We won’t be able to tell until after two days,” he said, declining to give any more details.“We will not have him play unless he has totally recovered.”On May 30, Egypt officials said Salah would be out for “not more” than three weeks, which would rule him out of the Uruguay match but put him in the frame for Russia on June 19 and Saudi Arabia on June 25.The player attended Egypt’s final training session in Cairo on Saturday night but did not take part, restricting himself to briefly dribbling the ball on the corner of the pitch.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Egypt’s Mohamed Salah hopes he will be cleared for take off at the World Cup after his Champions League final injury © Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry/AFPGROZNY, Russian Federation, Jun 10 – Egypt’s Mohamed Salah arrived in Russia Sunday, with the Pharaohs hopeful the star striker can complete a dramatic injury comeback in time for their opening World Cup match against Uruguay.Salah and his teammates touched down in Grozny ahead of Egypt’s third appearance at the World Cup, ending a drought stretching back to 1990.