Atlanta, Ga – The U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that certain Private NonProfit organizations (PNP) in Indiana that do not provide critical services of a governmental nature may be eligible to apply for low-interest rate disaster loans. These loans are available following a Presidential disaster declaration for Public Assistance resulting from damages caused by severe storms and flooding from Feb. 14 through March 4, 2018.PNPs located in the counties of Benton, Clark, Crawford, Dearborn, Elkhart, Floyd, Fulton, Gibson, Harrison, Jasper, Jefferson, La Porte, Marshall, Newton, Ohio, Perry, Porter, Spencer, St. Joseph, Starke, Switzerland, Vanderburgh, Vermillion, Wabash, Warren, Warrick and White in Indiana are eligible to apply. Examples of eligible non-critical PNP organizations include, but are not limited to food kitchens, homeless shelters, museums, libraries, community centers, schools and colleges.PNP organizations may borrow up to $2 million to repair or replace damaged or destroyed real estate, machinery and equipment, inventory and other business assets. The interest rate is 2.5 percent with terms up to 30 years. Applicants may be eligible for a loan amount increase up to 20 percent of their physical damages, as verified by the SBA for mitigation purposes. Eligible mitigation improvements may include a safe room or storm shelter to help protect property and occupants from future damage caused by a similar disaster.The SBA also offers Economic Injury Disaster Loans to help meet working capital needs, such as ongoing operating expenses to PNP organizations. Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance is available regardless of whether the organization suffered any physical property damage.PNP organizations are urged to contact their county’s Emergency Manager for information about their organization. The information will be submitted to FEMA to determine eligibility for a Public Assistance grant or whether the PNP should be referred to SBA for disaster loan assistance.Applicants may apply online using the Electronic Loan Application (ELA) via SBA’s secure website at DisasterLoan.sba.gov. Disaster loan information and application forms may also be obtained by calling the SBA’s Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955 (800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard-of-hearing) or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Loan applications can also be downloaded from sba.gov/disaster. Completed applications should be mailed to: U.S. Small Business Administration, Processing and Disbursement Center, 14925 Kingsport Road, Fort Worth, TX 76155.The filing deadline to submit applications for physical property damage is July 5, 2018. The deadline to submit economic injury applications is Feb. 5, 2019.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has hinted at a potential return for a restricted number of fans at top flight matches in the near future. Read Also: Lionel Messi passed fit for La Liga restart Valencia, Villarreal and Levante will also remain in Phase 2, following their local government’s decision to delay a move until June 14. La Liga have also confirmed a second fortninght of fixtures for the restarted campaign, with Gameweeks 30 and 31 now confirmed. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Untold Truth Of Sasha ObamaThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneTop 6 Iconic Supercar Movies5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Most Breathtaking Bridges In The World The top two tiers of Spanish football restart next week behind closed doors, as part of a staggered emergence from the coronavirus state of alarm in Spain. However, Tebas is committed to bringing supporters back into stadiums, and he confirmed that certain grounds could be permitted to do so, depending on their local lock down status. “I am in favour of playing in front of the public as soon as possible,” as per reports from COPE, via Diario AS. “It is possible that this could happen in some cities before others, and I am in favour of that.” Tebas’ policy of allowing teams to bring fans back into grounds will benefit the regions entering into Phase 3 on June 8, with However, the cities of Madrid and Barcelona as well as the community of Castilla y Leon, will only move into Phase 2 tomorrow, due to stricter measures imposed in these areas. This will affect top flight clubs, including Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Getafe, Leganes, Barcelona, Espanyol and Real Valladolid.
By Greg SoukupEAGLE, Neb. (Sept. 1) – One day late, Jack Dover won the rain-delayed Sprint Car Super Nationals at Eagle Raceway.The $2,000 to win feature was rescheduled from Sunday to Labor Day due to inclement weather. Dover took the lead following a late re-start and held off fellow Nebraskan Tadd Holliman for the victory.“I knew that the key would be set-up and tire management. That, and I found the rubber first,” said Dover, also $1,000 richer after winning Saturday’s Speedy Bill Smith Memorial Race of Champions. Ryan Hall, John Ricketts and Luke Cranston rounded out the top five in the second annual event for IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Cars.Jason Martin led the field at the end of the first circuit with Tadd Holliman, Jerry Hammock and Ryan Hall in hot pursuit. Luke Cranston slowed on lap six and headed pitside with a flat right front. Hall took third on the restart and Tyler Thompson also passed Hammock the next lap. Hammock headed for the pits on lap nine. Chase Brewer then looped his ride to bring out another caution. Dover cracked the top four on lap 15 and moved to third four laps later. Martin went extremely high following a lap 25 restart, causing a melee behind him. Both Doug Lovegrove and Joey Danley ended up flipping in turns one and two. Also involved were R.J. Johnson and Justin Melton. That put Holliman out front, Dover second, Hall third and Thompson fourth. Dover grabbed the lead on the restart and Ricketts took over fourth. Jason Howell spun with four to go for the final caution of the event.Winners of $700 qualifying features were Holliman on Friday and Martin on Saturday. Dover then held on for the win. More than 80 race teams from across the country competed at the Sprint Car Super Nationals and seven states were represented in the main event.ResultsMain event – 1. Jack Dover, Springfield; 2. Tadd Holliman, Murray; 3. Ryan Hall, Midlothian, Texas; 4. John Ricketts, Burleson, Texas; 5. Luke Cranston, Holcomb, Kan.; 6. Jason Martin, Lincoln; 7. Claud Estes, Godley, Texas; 8. Stu Snyder, Waverly; 9. Jason Howell, Azle, Texas; 10. Matt Richards, Lincoln; 11. Shayle Bade, Lincoln; 12. Brian Herbert, Dodge City, Kan.; 13. Gene Ackland, Martell; 14. Mark Vanderheiden, Papillion; 15. Rodney Henderson, Gun Barrel City, Texas; 16. Jerald Harris, Harrisonburg, Va.; 17. Dustin Sargent, Cleveland, Minn.; 18. Tyler Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa; 19. Joey Danley, Lincoln; 20. Doug Lovegrove, Waverly; 21. Justin Melton, Flower Mound, Texas; 22. R.J. Johnson, Pella, Iowa; 23. Adam Gullion, Lincoln; 24. Jake Bubak, Arvada, Colo.; 25. Mark Pace, Lincoln; 26. Chase Brewer, Springtown, Texas; 27. Jerry Hammock, Ennis, Texas.Race of Champions – 1. Dover; 2. Ricketts; 3. Cranston; 4. Martin; 5. Howell; 6. Matt Richards; 7. Terry Richards, Denton; 8. Bubak; 9. Mike Stien, Ceylon, Minn.; 10. Josh Hawkins, Whitehouse, Texas; 11. Thompson; 12. Toby Chapman, Panama; 13. Snyder; 14. Herbert; 15. Brewer.
Donald Lee Winters, age 69, of Brookville, Indiana died Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at his residence in Brookville.Born February 20, 1951 in Hamilton, Ohio he was the son of the late George E. & Mary Ellen (Beard) Winters. On April 7, 1973 he and the former LuAnn Simmons were united in marriage and she survives. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard.Don worked commercial construction for over 25 years, prior to pursuing and committing full time to his love of farming. He was a member (and served on the board) of the Whitcomb United Methodist Church, a member and former officer of the Bernard Hurst Post #77 of the American Legion, where he served on the Firing Squad; the Franklin County Antique Machinery Club, the VFW Auxiliary and the Franklin County H.O.B.O.S.In his leisure time Don enjoyed the spending time outdoors, blacksmithing, spending time with friends and neighbors, and tinkering in his barn.Besides LuAnn his loving wife of over 47 years, survivors include two children, Brian Winters of Ft. Wayne, Indiana and Jodie Winters of Brookville, Indiana; two grandchildren, Owen and Evan; a sister, Deborah J. Winters of Cincinnati, Ohio; a brother, Cecil D. (Nancy) Brown of Cedar Grove, Indiana.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Jason M. Winters who died April 18, 1978.Family & friends may visit from 3:00 until 7:00 P.M. on Monday, July 6, 2020 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Rev. Steve Rundel, Pastor of the Whitcomb United Methodist Church, will officiate the Funeral Services on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 11:00 A.M., at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial with full military graveside honors by his comrades at the Bernard Hurst Post #77 of the American Legion will follow in Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Ohio.Memorial contributions may be directed to the Whitcomb United Methodist Church or Franklin County Cancer Assistance NOW. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the Winters family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
The six-year-old had a bad bout of colic on Thursday for which he has had to have emergency surgery. Coolmore tweeted: “Unfortunately St Nicholas Abbey had a major setback in his recovery during the night, suffering from a bad colic. He underwent emergency colic surgery at Fethard Equine Hospital this morning and the prognosis is very guarded at the moment.” St Nicholas Abbey has suffered a serious setback in his recovery from a major leg operation. Press Association On Wednesday, St Nicholas Abbey had complex surgery on a career-ending injury to a pastern. The six-times Group One winner fractured a leg on the gallops at Aidan O’Brien’s Ballydoyle stables on Tuesday morning in preparation for Saturday’s King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. A son of champion sire Montjeu, St Nicholas Abbey was champion two-year-old in 2009 when he crowned his season with a blistering display in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster. He was a red-hot favourite for the 2000 Guineas the following year, but could only finish sixth behind Makfi, and was not seen again until the following April when he was beaten at the Curragh. The six-year-old returned to something like his juvenile form when an easy scorer of the Ormonde Stakes at Chester and went on to further Group One glory in the Coronation Cup at Epsom, a race he went on to win two more times. Arguably his two greatest successes came on the world stage, however. He won the Breeders’ Cup Turf in 2011, a victory which made his jockey Joseph O’Brien the youngest winner in Breeders’ Cup history, and as recently as March he landed the Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan. St Nicholas Abbey amassed close to £5million in prize-money, having won nine of his 21 races.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — Five of six Major League Soccer games Wednesday have been postponed in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. August 26, 2020 Five of six Major League Soccer games Wednesday have been postponed in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake Associated Press
It was a typical North African derby. The match started with high intensity with both sides chasing an early goal, but it was the Desert Warriors who threatened first.After taking the game to the Carthage Eagles, Algeria received a set piece, but Yacine Brahimi saw his effort tipped over the crossbar by Aymen Mathlouthi inside the first five minutes.Mathlouthi became the busier of the two goalkeepers when he was called to keep Adlene Guedioura’s powerful shot away from the d-line in the 11th minute.In the 20th minute, Henryk Kasperczak’s men received a corner, but Youssef Msakni’s touch was not enough to put the ball in across the face of the goal, while Ahmed Akaichi arrived late on the far post.A few minutes later, Riyad Mahrez was also put through in the box, but the Leicester City man saw his effort punched away from danger by Mathlouthi.Despite dishing out good football, both sides went to the tunnel deadlocked at 0-0.With just five minutes played of the second half, a wonderful run by Msakni into the box saw skipper Mandi conceding an own goal to give Tunisia the lead.Some 14 minutes later, Tunisia were given a penalty when Faouzi Ghoulam fouled Wahbi Khazri in the box and Sliti converted from the spot, doubling their lead to 2-0.Despite getting a number of chances to break the deadlock, it was substitute Hanni who pulled one back for the Fennecs in injury time.In the end, Tunisia managed to protect the lead and walked away with the full three points.George Leekens’s men are now bottom of the standings with one point and will hope to win against the Lions of Teranga on Monday, January 23.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram AFCON 2017Tunisia bounced back in Group B when they beat Algeria 2-1 in their 2017 CAF Africa Cup of Nations tie at Stade de Franceville yesterday evening.Two goals courtesy of a penalty by Naim Sliti and an own goal from Tunisian skipper Naim Mandii handed the Carthage Eagles the deserved win.On the other hand, the Desert Warriors managed to bag a consolation strike through substitute Sofianne Hanni when he finished neatly in the box in injury time.The victory elevates the Tunisians to the second spot in the group with three points after their 2-0 loss to Senegal in their opener.
Despite the improvement in the world rankings, the Eagles are yet to crack into Africa’s top ten sides as the Cote d’Ivoire lead the continent for the second straight month after toppling Nigeria’s Group B rivals Algeria.Cameroun, whom the Eagles face next in the Russia 2018 qualifiers is in 10th place, just one spot above the Eagles while Zambia is way down at number 94 in the world and 24th in Africa.Argentina still occupies the top spot in the world just ahead of Germany and Brazil.AFRICA’S TOP TENIvory CoastSenegalAlgeriaTunisiaGhanaEgyptCongo DRCongoMaliCamerounWORLD TOP TENArgentinaGermanyBrazilBelgiumColombiaChileFrancePortugalUruguaySpainShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram *Step up four places in global ratingNigeria’s recent success in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers has seen the country improve four places on the FIFA monthly rankings.The Super Eagles have won two games on the bounce defeating Zambia 2-1 away in Ndola and followed it up with a resounding 3-1 win over Algeria in Uyo to head Group B of the Africa zone of the World Cup qualifiers.Nigeria is now at number 60 on the World rankings moving up four places with 562 points from the previous 534 points.
The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) has lauded athletes and coaches for their impressive showing at this year’s African Games in Rabat, Morocco.Ghana finished the Games with 13 medals and placed 15th on the medal table. Two gold medals, two silver medals and 9 bronze medals. The highlight of Team Ghana’s participation was the men 4×100 relay team who won the second Gold medal.The entire team have been congratulated by the GAA in the following statement.The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) congratulates Ghana’s athletes and coaches for the gallant display that saw Team Ghana register among the medal-winning nations at the 2019 African Games. It took so much effort, both before and during the Games, and despite limited resources and the unbelievable stress from various arenas that GAA and the athletes were under in the very recent past. First and foremost, it is the athletes who competed in Rabat who deserve commendation for their performance and general composure even in the Games Village. Sincere thanks also go to the leadership of our Athlete Commissions (Ghana- and Foreign-based) for their tireless efforts in working with GAA to ensure readiness and a relatively successful outcome at the Games. As various parties have come out to claim credit for the athletes’ performance, it is imperative to mention that the athletes have been part of the GAA’s grassroots athletics development program that took root almost a decade ago; literally, all of the athletes have participated in local and international meets organized or facilitated by the GAA over the past decade. For this reason, we must also express our gratitude to all those who have supported GAA over the last decade as we have evolved the system that has, over the years, laid the ground for what we saw in Rabat; but for visa issues and injuries, we should not have been surprised to see a few more golden medals. In building the structure, we must thank our members across the regions and in the Ghana Education Service (GES), Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA), and the Ministry of Youth and Sports (and particularly the Office of the Minister). Special mention must be extended to the coaches and technical departments of the various schools, as well as to the non-affiliated, personal coaches who toil day and night to train the athletes. The financial support for the system has primarily come from a number of corporate sponsors, including the Maria Tsakos Foundation, EventPR, rlg, Sea and Shore, Interplast Ghana, Africanus.net, Cocoa from Ghana, Bank of Ghana, Ghana Commercial Bank, and Just Because Fitness, as well as a host of private individuals. We salute them all and hope that they see these victories as theirs. For the 2019 African Games, we are also grateful to the team’s coaches who were in Rabat, and Team Athletics’ leader at the Games, Mr. Bawah Fuseini, who also doubles as the Chief Executive Officer (Secretary-General) for both the GAA and the Confederation of African Athletics Association (CAA) Zone II board. As our attention shifts to the 2019 World Championships where both our men’s and women’s relay teams register in the Top-16 in the World, but where we also have individual automatic qualifiers like Joseph Paul Amoah, Nadia Eke, and Josephine Anokye, as well as five others who might get the nod when the qualification deadline expires next week, we must specifically acknowledge the $3,430 we received from Just Because Fitness (JBF) and $4,913 advanced from an unnamed individual to enable the women’s team attend the Doha qualifiers at the IAAF World Relays in Japan. GAA Communications.
Casinos all across Florida have officially reopened after being shutdown for several months due to the coronavirus.While some health officials believe that there is a risk in reopening the casinos, many casino owners stated that they have been working for weeks, to make their establishments safe for both guest and employees.“Our Safe and Sound program is really all about safety, and we truly respect the seriousness of this particular issue,” Hard Rock International Chair Jim Allen said.Upon arrival, guest will be subjected to a temperature check and will be required to wear a facemask.In addition, every other machine will be turned off to keep a social distancing standard, machines and other high-touch areas will be routinely sanitized, and some table games have been equipped with plexiglass barriers.Employees will also be required to wear facemask and follow social distancing guidelines.Governor DeSantis made the decision to allow the reopening of casinos after noting that Florida has not had as high of a spike in infections as New York and some other states even with the protest and the phased reopening of restaurants.