Indianapolis, In. — Franklin County Sheriff-elect Peter Cates and chief deputy Gregory Mehlbauer recently attended the Newly Elected Indiana Sheriff’s Program. The course is offered to all first and second term sheriffs.Sheriff-elect Cates commented on how impressed he was with the ability of the Indiana Sheriff’s Association to coordinate the event and felt each presenter provided valuable information.
Hugo Lloris has delivered a withering assessment of Tottenham’s campaign, admitting they would be hard pushed to get any worse next season. “I mean, we conceded a lot of bad defeats. This season we had sometimes the feeling that we gave up. We can’t allow this kind of behaviour. We have to show more character. “We did it in different games but we have to keep our mentality at the best level because in this league you have to be 100 per cent every time you play.” Lloris’ comments about his team-mates’ lack of character is quite the admission, but understandable given embarrassing defeats to the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea. “I’m a competitor and I try always to do my best for the team,” he said. “I want to see my team-mates do the same. “But football is not easy. It is a collective sport and we have to go all together in the same way. “It’s strange because we have a feeling that we can play at a very high level. “But we can also play at a very bad level during the same game. It has put us in trouble a lot of times this season.” Even in victory Lloris has not been overjoyed by some of Tottenham’s performances, such as Saturday’s 3-1 defeat of embattled Fulham. Christian Eriksen was officially named man-of-the-match but the goalkeeper’s fine display meant he also left White Hart Lane with a bottle of champagne. “It is always a pleasure to receive that kind of thing but if the goalkeeper is man of the match then it means the team didn’t do the job properly,” Lloris said. “We conceded too many chances, but we were strong and we did the job. I think we made a good performance offensively. “We had good possession of the ball and I think the best team won. Fulham has some chances to stay still and I wish them the best.” Despite the departure of key man Gareth Bale, there was an air of excitement around White Hart Lane in the summer following a flurry of big-name signings. Fast forward to now, though, and Andre Villas-Boas’ successor Tim Sherwood is already under-fire, Champions League qualification has again evaded them and fans’ dissatisfaction is growing. Press Association Lloris shares that frustration, accepting “fourth place is finished” and that Spurs can only now push for a place in the Europa League, which will no doubt lead to heightened speculation about the future of players like the France goalkeeper. “I think all the players in the squad have the ambition to play in the Champions League,” Lloris said in response to such talk. “It is the ambition of the club as well. “The fans expect this competition but we are in the Premier League and it is not easy to get a ticket. “This season we had a good start, but after the defeat against City away we lost a bit of confidence. “After that we were in trouble, especially in the concentration. We conceded a lot of goals after individual mistakes and you know when you play against top teams it is too difficult to come back in the game. “When you play a team at the bottom of the league or the second half of the table, you have a chance to come back as we did against West Brom, as we did again against Fulham. “But we have to improve, we know this season that the top-four, top-five teams were better than us so we have to keep working and hope to be better next season.” Asked if Spurs can kick on next term, Lloris responded: “I hope so. It will be difficult to do worse, especially against the top four or five teams.
As it becomes time for many — fans, analysts, coaches and players — to reflect on the past football season, it also becomes time for me to reflect on not only the past football season but also the last year, as my tenure as the sports editor of the Daily Trojan has come to an end.It’s been a wild ride fraught with some of the craziest and most unbelievable events I could have imagined prior to taking this job, but as I have come to find out, even the most crazy and unbelievable become just another day on the job at USC.There have been success stories unlike any other, national championships and undefeated seasons. These are what, hopefully, I’ll be able to remember as I look back years from now on what I covered while at USC. The football team is always going to be the most impressive beat to put on a resume, and though in the future they may have national championship hopes, there are other teams who have been significantly more successful this season, namely men’s and women’s water polo, beach volleyball, lacrosse and soccer.I have also gotten to be a part of a turning point in USC sports culture, a time when students are (relatively) excited about basketball. In addition to boasting a nearly perfect record at home, the basketball team also made their first NCAA tournament in five years and plays one of the most exciting styles in the country.I came in at a good time in USC sports culture — lots of teams were up-and-coming — despite the drama that happened nearly every week on the football field. There have been some dramatic — and not in a good way — situations at practice, at games and even at fundraisers, and this year looked to be no different until the team had an about-face and made their season one all my friends are jealous that I get to cover.Working with USC athletics has taught me a lot about the business of sport. I’ve come to realize through my classes and my time working that sports is just that — a business. It’s a wonderfully dizzying business that keeps you on your toes and keeps you engaged with your work; and just when you think you’re getting the hang of it, it manages to throw you a curveball you never saw coming.I’m very thankful for the work. It’s not only allowed me to grow as a journalist and a person, but has also allowed me to experience some of the coolest sporting events this school has participated in, including this year’s football game in Arlington against Alabama and the games in Utah and Seattle.As exciting as it is to be a fan right now (my dad spends far too much time every day keeping up with potential recruits and practice recaps), it is even more special to be able to go to school at this time and be a part of what appears to be beginning of a historic ride for USC football.As this football season winds to a close, I hope that everyone who wants to has been able to experience a thoroughly entertaining and uplifting season that has left everyone in the Trojan Family with a hopeful outlook on the future. Being a student while the team “struggled” through average seasons — by USC’s standards — makes it so much more worthwhile when things finally start looking up. Hopefully with most of that drama behind the program, I will be able to enjoy one more blissfully successful USC season next year — a year when all the talks of Rose Bowl games, College Football Playoffs and Heisman hopefuls seem to be very valid.The culture around USC sports is getting back to being a national powerhouse and that makes slogging through the previous years as a student feeling a little bit slighted about the lack of positive publicity worth it.Regardless of where the team finishes this year, the season will be considered a success because of the rough beginning to the year; and next year, though expectations will be high, there finally seems to be the proper infrastructure in place to follow through on those high goals. There isn’t a better time to get to not only cover USC, but also be a fan of the Trojans. And isn’t that what sports is all about? Well, no, in college sports it’s pretty much all about winning, but at least for me, I’ve enjoyed this turbulent yet exciting ride.Hailey Tucker is a junior majoring in broadcast and digital journalism. She is also the sports editor of the Daily Trojan. Her column, “Tucker Talks,” ran Thursdays.
Pontsho Manzi is a business woman, a professional and motivational speaker, facilitator, coach, image consultant and author of Diary for Fabulous You. She is a mentor to the youth of South Africa, especially girls through her non-profit organisation, FabGalzAs South Africa commemorates two decades of democracy, we can count amongst our greatest achievements that women now have the opportunity to transcend the barriers of their race, gender and class to become anything and anyone they choose.This is enabled by amongst others, government’s policy of equal education for all for our young; a policy of gender parity in the public sector; and equity targets in the corporate sector.But have the lives of women truly improved in the past 20 years? We may have the opportunity to access opportunities but do we have the ability to do so? Are we adequately equipped to take advantage of these opportunities?The recent Brand South Africa Sowetan Dialogues in Bloemfontein focused on the role women have and can play in the country’s democracy; speakers such as the Honourable Sisi Mabe – Speaker of the Free State Legislature; Mbuyiselo Botha from Sonke Gender Justice; Kenosi Machepa from the Ministry of Women; and dairy farmer Nompi Zim discussed how women’s rights were, in fact, human rights, and that men needed to support women to achieve a society free from sex and gender discrimination.A report compiled by Statistics South Africa in 2013 observes that “South Africa ranks fourth among the 87 countries covered by the 2012 Social Institutions and Gender Index of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. It is the highest ranked country in Africa in this index.”South Africa’s high ranking reflects the country’s strong legal framework in respect of gender equality and women’s rights.South Africa also performs well against the indicators specified for Goal 3 of the Millennium Development Goals, the goal that focuses on gender equality and women’s empowerment.Our legislative and policy environment suggests that we should be well on our way to redressing the historic gender imbalances in our country. However the reality with which we are faced contradicts this. Why?First and foremost, we need to socialise our boy and girl children differently; boys need to understand that men and women are different, but equal. A healthy, productive and well-functioning society requires both men and women to be skilled and empowered.Girl children must be empowered to realise that, while South Africa remains a patriarchal society, they are as valuable and necessary to a successful nation as men.We need to pay special attention to building the self-confidence and self-esteem of our girl children.This requires the concerted effort of each and every one of us – parents, caregivers, relatives, sisters, uncles, aunts – everyone.There is a line in the Hollywood movie Pretty Woman that has great resonance for me – “the bad stuff is easier to believe”. That is, it is easier to believe it when people say we are inferior, subordinate, weak, and so on.BOLD WOMEN MOVE THE COUNTRY FORWARDIf we want girl children to grow into young women who can take their rightful places in building another generation of strong, bold women who can make a meaningful contribution to our country and its development, we need to be conscious of this.Secondly, we need to pay attention – and encourage women to do the same – to the health of our girl children.This ranges from good nutrition to the necessary media interventions. It is easy to say that we cannot afford to have good nutrition, and I agree; good quality food does cost money.Those who have a garden, start a home vegetable garden – like our grandmothers and mothers did; it will soon be fruitful enough to provide for the entire family.Research shows that domestic responsibilities are still borne mainly by girls and women. This includes fetching of water and fetching of fuel to heat the home and prepare food. This means that the time of girl children is taken up with chores.Chores should be shared equally among boys and girls. Girls must have equal opportunities to benefit from the education to which they are legally and rightly entitled.With the increasing levels of gender-based violence, and the fact that despite the best policies, the lives of the women of our country are not progressing as fast as they should, we need to do things differently. This generation of women must not be found wanting by those that will follow! We must all play our part!Pontsho Manzi is a business woman, a professional and motivational speaker, facilitator, coach, image consultant and author of Diary for Fabulous You. She is a mentor to the youth of South Africa, especially girls through her non-profit organisation, FabGalz®.This was published in the Sowetan on 12 August 2014.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Much-needed reform of Ohio’s CAUV formula has been included in the Ohio House’s biennial budget proposal, which is good news for Ohio’s family farmers, according to the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.Farm Bureau is encouraging its members to contact their state representatives and ask them to protect and keep the Current Agricultural Use Value language throughout the budget process. Legislator contact information is at FarmVotesMatter.org. Click on Legislative Action Center.OFBF has been advocating for the CAUV reforms in response to farmland tax increases that have exceeded 300% in recent years. The huge tax increases have hit farmers at a time when farm income has experienced a historic decline.Ohioans voted to create the CAUV program in 1973 as a means of preserving farmland in the state. Under CAUV, farmland is taxed at a rate that reflects its value for agricultural purposes instead of its value as development property.The budget proposal would address nonfarm influences from the formula that tend to artificially raise CAUV values. It would also ensure that farmers are not penalized for adopting conservation practices that protect water quality.“Our members have said CAUV reform is their No. 1 priority,” said Yvonne Lesicko, Ohio Farm Bureau’s vice president, public policy. “Farmers need to contact their legislators, let them know how important this is and ask them to support CAUV reform.”
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Hello and Welcome to the LIVE COVERAGE of the ICC World Twenty20 semi-final clash between England and New Zealand at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. (Live Scorecard) UpdatesEngland have crushed New Zealand in the first semi-final. They will be closely following tomorrow’s clash between two heavyweight T20 teams. Who will join England in the final on Sunday? England skipper Eoin Morgan says their team were improving with every game after the big defeat to West Indies in their openerWe play a very aggressive brand with the bat. It’s lead by Hales and Roy at the top. It’s a good position to be in with the death bowlers we have and the long batting line-up. When I have gone past one ball, I have managed to strike it really well. So it’s about going past that one ball. Absolutely, that’s what we kind of dream of as a kid. Everyone has made a lot of sacrifices. And there have been plenty of things going our way in the last two weeks. So we’ll go out there and play the way we want to. Looking back at the West Indies game, we ran into an in-form Chris Gayle who is very difficult to stop. We probably didn’t hit our straps that day. But we’ve kept improving from there. We’ve managed to build confidence from the 4 wins we have had and hope to take it into the final: MorganKane Williamson says he believed he could restrict England at the half-way stage. But Roy was too good on the night. advertisementAt the halfway stage, I knew we were a little bit short especially after the start we got. Credit to the England bowlers, but after the start we got, 180 would have been a realistic target. But we got beaten by a better team. Then they came out hard as we knew they would. It was a fantastic knock by Roy to break the back of the total. We mis-hit a few shots that on another day might have gone our way. England bowled really well in the death and made life difficult. But still we had belief in the camp to defend the score. The damage was done early and they played well throughout both innings: WilliamsonIt was a complete performance from England. They have changed the way they played limited-overs cricket right after they crashed out of ICC World Cup 2015 Down Under. They defeated New Zealand, Australia and Pakistan in T20I series after the 50-over World Cup. The new-look team lead by big-hitters Jos Buttler, Jason Roy and Alex Hales have looked solid. Joe Root has been one of the most consistent performers across formats. All their hard work has been rewarded with a berth in the final of the World T20 this year and they now have a good chance of becoming the first ever team to lift the T20I title twice. On the other hand, New Zealand who look complete at this year’s tournament winning all their league matches faltered on the big night. Their wait to reach their first final continues. The winning moment for #ENG in Delhi! #WT20 here you come!!! #ENGvNZ pic.twitter.com/ODRRLDIWaf ICC (@ICC) March 30, 2016No prizes for guessing the Man of the Match. “It came off for me tonight and thankfully we won quite well. Just saw it as a chance to go out there on a decent wicket and give it a crack. It’s one of those wickets where if you don’t get off to a good start, there might be hiccups in the middle. I was lucky to get a few boundaries early on in the innings. All of us have the license to go out and express ourselves,” says Jason Roy after firing England into their second final with a blistering 44-ball 78.England innings 22.08 IST: Buttler finishes it off with a six. He was in a hurry to go to Kolkata. England have made it to their second ICC World Twenty20 final. ENG 159/3 in 17.1 overs. 22.06 IST: 22 runs off the 17th over. Jos Buttler goes berserk against Sodhi. England now need one run22.03 IST: Seven from Elliot’s over. England need 23 from 24 for a spot in the final. They should get there. ENG 131/3 in 16 overs. 21.59 IST: Santner and Sodhi have pulled it back for New Zealand. England have scored only 14 runs in their last three overs. ENG 124/3 in 15 overs. Need 30 from 30 now. 21.51 IST: Buttler joins Root in the middle. England need 37 from 42. It’s their game to lose now. ENG 117/3 in 13 overs. advertisement21.47 IST: OUT! Two in two for Sodhi. He removes England skipper Eoin Morgan for 0. Are New Zealand back in this game? England need 44 from 45 balls. ENG 110/3 in 12.3 overs. 21.46 IST: OUT! Ish Sodhi removes the big man. Roy (78 off 44) falls after playing a blinder. England still on course. ENG 110/2 in 12.2 overs.21.43 IST: England haven’t relented after the fall of the first wicket. They look like they are in a hurry. Roy has moved to 78 of 43 balls. ENG 110/1 in 12 overs. They need 44 runs from 48 balls for a spot in the final. 98/1 in 10 overs. England should have it easy from here. What a knock this has been from Jason Roy. 21.35 IST: SIX! Roy (72 off 36) doesn’t relent after losing his opening partner. He is making a light work of this chase. ENG 97/1 in 9.5 overs. Joe Root has been extremely consistent with scores of 48, 83, 12, 25 in this tournament so far. This should be a cake-walk for England’s most consistent performer. Joe Root is the new man in 21.28 IST: OUT! Mithcell Santner strikes for New Zealand, much needed breakthrough. An 82-run opening stand comes to end after Hales falls for 20. ENG 82/1 in 8.2 overs. 21.23 IST: Jason Roy brought up his first T20I fifty in just 26 balls. What an occasion – a World T20 semi-final – to get to his first half-century. He has punished leg-spinner Ish Sodi also. ENG 75/0 in 7 overs. 21.20 IST: England are cruising towards the target. Roy is on 49 off 25 balls. ENG 67/0 in 6 overs. 21.12 IST: Fifty comes up for England in 26 balls. Roy and Hales are in a rampant mood here. ENG 50/0 in 4.2 overs. Kane Williamson makes the bowling change. Mitchell Santner into the attack. Can he break this stand? 21.10 IST: Roy has moved to 34 in no time. With a six and six boundaries he has put England in a position of strength. ENG 49/0 in 4 overs chasing 154.20.57 IST: England are off to a flyer. Jason Roy smashes Corey Anderson for 16 runs in the first over. ENG 16/0 in 1 over. New Zealand innings 20.35 IST: New Zealand finish with 153/8 in 20 overs. England will be pleased with their effort on the field in the last ten overs after Williamson and Munro went berserk in the first ten. Ben Stokes (3/26) and Chris Jordan (1/24) were the pick of the bowlers for England. Moen Ali also played his part by snapping the 74-run stand between Williamson and Munro. New Zealand will be gutted with what they have on the board. They will be banking on the variety in their bowling attack to do the trick. England batsmen are more than capable of scoring 154 runs on this track. Join us for the chase in ten minutes. 20.32 IST: OUT! Stokes is doing the trick for England in the death overs. He has removed Santner for 7. New Zealand should be dissapointed with the way their middle order has performed after a solid start from Munro and Wiliamson. NZ 150/7 in 19.2 overs. 20.28 IST: 150 comes up fro New Zealand. Santner hit a few in Jordan’s over. New Zealand have one more over to play. How much can they score? advertisementSantner and Elliot are in the middle for New Zealand. The young all-rounder can hit a few and New Zealand need him tonight. 20.22 IST: OUT! Two in two for Stokes, this time he removes the dangerous Corey Anderson for 28. New Zealand are not looking good for a big total from here. Quick wickets have dented their progress. NZ 139/6 in 17.4 overs. 20.22 IST: OUT! Stokes removes Ronchi. The wicketkeeper-batsman’s poor form in this tournament continues. He departs for 3. New Zealand 139/5 in 17.3 overs. 20.15 IST: End of a superb over from Chris Jordan. He removed the dangerous Ross Taylor for eight in the over and conceded only three of it. He is proving his worth at the death. NZ 136/4 in 17 overs. 20.10 IST: Anderson is getting a move on here. He deposited a full-toss from Plunkett into the deep mid-wicket stands. NZ 133/3 in 16 overs. 20.05 IST: New Zealand have lost a bit of steam in the last three overs. However, they are well placed on 121/3 at the end of 15 overs. They have two power-hitters – Anderson and Taylor – at the strike. They would love to add 50 more runs to their score. 19.58 IST: WICKET! Colin Munro gone. Liam Plunkett strikes in his third over. This time he bowls a widish delivery, Munro chases it and slices it straight to Moeen Ali at the third man. Big wicket this for England. NZ 107/3 in 13.2 overs. #NZ bring up the 100. They move to 106/2 from 13 overs.LIVE: https://t.co/vm2sobg9NY #ENGvNZ #WT20 pic.twitter.com/YnhzHEkoBY ICC (@ICC) March 30, 2016Big wicket! Moeen c&b Williamson. #NZ are 91/2 from 10.3LIVE: https://t.co/vm2sobg9NY #ENGvNZ #WT20 pic.twitter.com/uqAa8R1ifO ICC (@ICC) March 30, 201619.47 IST: WICKET! Kane Williamson departs for 32. Moeen Ali strikes in his first over as he breaks a threatening 74-run stand for the second wicket. Williamson attempts a slog sweep but ends up getting a top edge to it. Ali runs back towards the edge of the circle and takes a good catch. NZ 91/2 in 10.3 overs. 19.40 IST: Kane Williamson and Colin Munro have added 61 runs for the second wicket. The scoring rate by the two has been good. NZ 78/1 in 9 overs.11 from a Ben Stokes over, and #NZ move to 66/1 from 8 overs.LIVE: https://t.co/vm2sobg9NY #ENGvNZ #WT20 pic.twitter.com/aAF3feM3gg ICC (@ICC) March 30, 201619.28 IST: Recap! The powerplay is done and the Kiwis have don a pretty good job, scoring 51 runs for the loss of a solitary wicket. Kane Williamson and Colin Munro have batted really well. 13 off the over, and #NZ are 51/1 after the 6 over powperplay.LIVE: https://t.co/vm2sobg9NY #ENGvNZ #WT20 pic.twitter.com/SJc5EfVarg ICC (@ICC) March 30, 201619.26 IST: Kane Williamson, who has looked edgy, and Colin Munro are reviving the Kiwi innings. The has put on 34 runs for the second wicket. NZ 51/1 in 6 overs.19.17 IST: Colin Munro has joined Kane Williamson in the middle after Guptill’s departure. New Zealand 31/1 in 4 overs.19.11 IST: WICKET! Martin Guptill has to depart. He was playing well and looked unstoppable. But must give credit to David Willey, who after being hit for 11 runs in his first over, returns to get his man. New Zealand 17/1 in 2.1 overs.19.05 IST: Martin Guptill starts positively as he hammers David Willey for a couple of fours in the opening over. New Zealand 11/0 in 1 over.19.01 IST: Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson are out in the middle. David Willey opens the bowling attack for England.The teams are out and play is about to start. . . Here we go!LIVE: https://t.co/vm2sobg9NY #ENGvNZ #WT20 pic.twitter.com/vgMRXsZ4pv ICC (@ICC) March 30, 2016Playing XIsNew Zealand: Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson(c), Colin Munro, Ross Taylor, Corey Anderson, Grant Elliott, Luke Ronchi(w), Mitchell Santner, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ish Sodhi, Adam MilneEngland: Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jos Buttler(w), Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, David Willey, Liam Plunkett18.36 IST: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson is happy with the result of the toss. “We would have had a bat,” he says. While England have retained the same squad that played against Sri Lanka, New Zealand have made two changes – Guptill comes back for Nicholls and Milne comes back for McCullum. (Also read: New Zealand’s road to semi-finals)18.35 IST: England opt to bowl vs New Zealand. Eoin Morgan feels dew could be a factor later in the evening. 17.55 IST: New Zealand have been the team to beat at this year’s ICC World Twenty20. They started their campaign on a high decimating India by 47 runs in Nagpur and went on to win the other three matches in the league stages of the tournament. They have been boosted by the spin-trio of Ish Sodi, Mitchell Santner and Nathan McCullum. The Kiwis would be hoping their spin attack does the job once again at the Kotla today against England. On the other hand, England seem to have peaked at the right time winning three on the trot after losing to West Indies in their opening encounter. (England’s road to semi-finals) 17.50 IST: Hello people, we are 80 minutes away from the toss of the first semi-final between England and New Zealand at Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla. Preview England skipper Eoin Morgan would like to believe his team peaked at the right time at the ongoing World Twenty20 while New Zealand were slightly premature going into Wednesday’s semi-final at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium.Kane Williamson and his Kiwi team -mates have not put a foot wrong since landing in India, winning all four group matches without really breaking a sweat to qualify for the semi-finals as the tournament’s only unbeaten team.For a side boasting an explosive batting order and a balanced attack to go with, England’s passage proved bumpier.Eoin Morgan urges team-mates to play freely against New ZealandEngland have made stunning progress in limited overs cricket over the last year and the current World Twenty20 squad have much in common with the champion 2010 side, skipper Eoin Morgan said ahead of Wednesday’s semi-final against New Zealand. (Read More) New Zealand will stay grounded against England, says WilliamsonNew Zealand captain Kane Williamson is too familiar with the fickleness of cricket’s shortest format to take his team’s red-hot form for granted going into Wednesday’s World Twenty20 semi-final against England.The Kiwis cruised into the last four as the only unbeaten team in the tournament to book a clash with England who seem to be peaking at the right time. (Read More)