Morris, In. — Recently Joseph Hartman, junior at Batesville High School was awarded the Eagle Scout Badge at a ceremony at St. Anthony’s church. A crowd of 75 acknowledged his accomplishments as a Boy Scout and recognized him as an Eagle Scout with a special certificate from Indiana state senator Jean Leising.
(REUTERS) – Tom Curran and Ben Foakes put together an unbeaten 98-run partnership to help England beat Ireland by four wickets in a one-off one-dayer in Malahide yesterday.Chasing 199 to win, England slipped to 101 for six as Ireland’s 19-year-old debutant bowler Josh Little made the most of seaming conditions to claim 4-45.However, wicketkeeper-batsman Foakes scored an unbeaten 61 and all-rounder Curran added 47 not out to give the top-ranked one-day side a scrappy victory. England had won the toss and elected to bowl after the match was put back by two hours and reduced to 45 overs per side amid concerns over a soggy outfield after overnight rain.Ireland captain William Porterfield and Paul Stirling made a steady start and were 46 without loss at the end of 10 overs. But when they had reached 55, England quick Curran lured Stirling (33) into chipping the ball to a diving Jofra Archer at mid-on.Seamer Liam Plunkett removed Porterfield (17) and Lorcan Tucker (seven), before Curran added a second of his own when Joe Denly caught the experienced Kevin O’Brien (four) at backward point. The hosts were 111-6 but debutant Mark Adair hinted at a fightback as he smashed two sixes off Curran.Archer, who conceded 21 runs off his first spell of four overs on his ODI debut, returned to the attack to remove Adair with a 90 mph ball that went clean through the batsman and uprooted the off stump.Barbados-born all-rounder Archer is among a number of players who, despite being left out of England’s preliminary squad for the World Cup, will be hoping to stake a claim for a late call-up to the tournament starting May 30.Plunkett, who finished as England’s standout bowler with 4-35, and Curran picked apart the Ireland lower order as the hosts were all out with 11 balls to play. “At certain stages we knew it would be challenging, but the bowlers did a great job,” England captain Eoin Morgan said.“Three or four of us batted really poorly but Foakes was outstanding on debut … he and Curran got us over the line.”England will next travel to Cardiff for a one-off Twenty20 against Pakistan tomorrow, before the two teams play a five-match ODI series starting Wednesday.
Well, that was dramatic.The pole for the Quaker State 400 seemed to be well-decided late in qualifying Friday after Aric Almirola took it from Brad Keselowski, but Daniel Suarez had plans. The 27-year-old driver ran the last lap of the day and took the pole from Almirola. Suarez will start up front at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night.MORE: Kentucky odds, predictions, sleepersKeselowski will start third while Kurt Busch will be fourth and Kevin Harvick fifth.The Quaker State 400 can be seen at 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday on NBCSN.Quaker State 400 starting lineupHere is the starting lineup for Saturday’s race: StartingDriverCar No.No. 1Daniel Suarez41No. 2Aric Almirola10No. 3Brad Keselowski2No. 4Kurt Busch1No. 5Kevin Harvick4No. 6Daniel Hemric8No. 7Clint Bowyer14No. 8Martin Truex Jr.19No. 9Austin Dillon3No. 10Kyle Busch18No. 11Joey Logano22No. 12William Byron24No. 13Jimmie Johnson48No. 14Paul Menard21No. 15Ryan Blaney21No. 16Rickey Stenhouse Jr.17No. 17Michael McDowell34No. 18Denny Hamlin11No. 19Kyle Larson42No. 20Chase Elliott9No. 21Erik Jones20No. 22Alex Bowman88No. 23Ryan Newman6No. 24Matt DiBenedetto95No. 25David Ragan38No. 26Chris Buescher37No. 27Ty Dillon13No. 28Bubba Wallace43No. 29Corey Lajoie32No. 30Ryan Preece47No. 31Matt Tifft36No. 32Bayley Currey51No. 33Ross Chastain15No. 34Landon Cassill00No. 35BJ McLeod00No. 36Quin Houff77What time does the Quaker State 400 start?The Quaker State 400 will take place Saturday, July 13. Live coverage begins on NBCSN at 7:30 p.m. ET.What channel is the Quaker State 400 on?The Quaker State 400 will be broadcast nationally on NBCSN. The race can also be live-streamed on the NBC Sports App or by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.Quaker State 400 schedule, how to watchHere’s a daily schedule of events leading up to the Quaker State 400 (all times Eastern):Friday, July 12TimeEventChannel7:30 p.m.Xfinity Series Alsco 300NBCSN/PRNSaturday, July 13TimeEventChannel7:30 p.m.Cup Series Quaker State 400NBCSN/PRN
Wilson Tarpeh, Minister of Commerce spe-US$6.00 for onion bagThe Ministry of Commerce and Industry, (MOCI) said it has received information on an alleged shortage of onion on the Liberian market, a situation that is contributing to hoarding and hiking of onion price on the market.“We want to inform the general public and consumers that there is an adequate supply of onion on the Liberian market as it is being speculated,” the ministry said in a statement issued on Monday.“Those engaged in price hiking of onions must stop, as the price of onions is US$6.00 or its equivalent in Liberian dollars,” the ministry said.The ministry has called on businesses involved in hoarding and hiking the price of onion to desist from such unscrupulous behavior as the act is a violation of the Competition law of Liberia, which provides penalty ranging from US$1.00 to US100,000.00 as a fine, the Ministry said.In the ministry’s mandate, “We regulate all prices of goods on the Liberian market for the benefit of both the consumers and the sellers. A consignment of about thirty containers of onion is expected to arrive in the country Friday, August 3, 2018.The ministry of Commerce and Industry remains committed in ensuring that the basic commodities are available and affordable within the commerce of Liberia.The release said, the Ministry has further instructed the inspectorate division to keep surveillance on the sale of onions in the various markets around the country to ensure that those involved stop or be fined.Meanwhile, the Ministry is appealing to the public to report anybody who is found hiking the price of onions or hoarding the product and other basic commodities on the market.The numbers to call are: on Lonestar Cell MTN 9911 or on Orange 6624.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
THE EU’s chief Brexit negotiator is due to begin a two-day visit to Ireland today which will include a visit to the Donegal/Derry border.Michel Barnier will address the Irish government’s all-island civic dialogue in Dundalk before meeting business leaders and lobby groups near the border area.In a statement the European Commission said: “Mr Barnier has already met unionist and nationalist politicians in both Brussels and Strasbourg, but the particular focus of this trip will be to meet business stakeholders from across Northern Ireland, including cross-border groups and companies in the border areas of Derry-Letterkenny and Newry/Dundalk and rural representatives in Dungannon.” Last week, unionist MEPs Diane Dodds and Jim Nicholson issued a statement welcoming the visit, but expressed disappointment it was announced by a Sinn Fein MP.Sinn Fein Foyle MP Elisha McCallion said she was delighted Mr Barnier had accepted her invitation to visit her constituency.The European Commission added: “Mr Barnier has received many invitations over the past year but this occasion forms part of a series of meetings Mr Barnier has across the EU to engage with stakeholders on the consequences of Brexit.”Mr Barnier visited the border in County Louth last May 2017. Last week Brexit Secretary David Davis sparked a wave of criticism for failing to meet locals during a whistlestop visit to south Armagh.His department also apologised for breaching protocol and not informing the Newry and Armagh MP Mickey Brady.EU’s chief Brexit negotiator to visit Donegal/Derry border was last modified: April 30th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:borderBrexitdonegalMichel Barnier