Mrs. Bonnie Alice (Mays) Scudder , age 52, of Vevay, Indiana, Bonnie entered this life on January 20, 1965, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the loving daughter of the late, Clayborn and Ethel Lucille (Parnell) Mays. She was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended high school in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Bonnie was united in marriage on December 24, 2014, in Vevay, Indiana, to Richard Lynn Scudder. Richard and Bonnie shared nearly three years of marriage together until her death. Bonnie was employed as a cashier and stocker for the Dollar General Store in Vevay, Indiana. She was formerly employed for the Madison Correctional Facility at the State Hospital in Madison, Indiana. Bonnie was a former employee as the dietary manager for Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana, for 5 years. Bonnie enjoyed spending time with her family, girls night out and collecting lighthouses. Bonnie passed away at 1:40 pm, Tuesday September 12, 2017, at her residence in Vevay, Indiana.Bonnie will be dearly missed by her husband of nearly 3 years: Richard Lynn Scudder, Sr. of Vevay, IN; her step-children: Jessica Franklin and her husband: David of Rising Sun, IN, Dalton Scudder of Vevay, IN and Richard Scudder, Jr. of Carrollton, KY; her 6-step-grandchildren; her brothers: Paul Mays of Laurel, IN, Marvin Mays and his wife: Pam of Florence, IN and Ellis Mays and his wife: Lisa of Rushville, IN; her sisters: Betty Love and her husband: Jerry of Vevay, IN, Elsie Vorbroker and her husband: David of Aurora, IN and Blanche Logan and her husband: Lenwood of Louisville, KY and her numerous nieces, nephews and cousinsShe was preceded in death by her parents: Clayborn and Ethel Lucille (Parnell) Mays and her brothers: Russell and Clayborn Moses Mays.Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September 16, 2017, at 2:00 pm, by at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Interment will follow in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana. Friends may call 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Saturday, September 16, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to Bonnie Alice (Mays) Scudder Memorial Fund % Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Marcus Rashford will be sidelined for three months after he picked up a double stress fracture in Manchester United’s FA Cup win over Wolves. The forward came off the bench, but was quickly hauled back off in a move that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits “backfired”. Rashford was always set to miss United’s trip to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon, but it soon became apparent that the 22-year-old could be out for considerably longer. Journalist Henry Winter has since reported that the Red Devils star will miss a large chunk of what remains of the current campaign. He tweeted: “Rashford was carrying a single stress fracture in his back, now has a double stress fracture after Wolves game. Expected to be out for 2-3 months. “Also has piece of floating bone in his ankle requiring non-intrusive surgery to remove. Been playing thru immense pain to help #mufc.” Before United’s game with Liverpool at Anfield, Solskjaer was questioned about his star man’s absence and was clearly aware of the potential diagnosis. He said: “He [Rashford] got a couple of knocks again and a couple of jolts when he came on against Wolves, and he’s aggravated his back. “He’s had some trouble before and of course we are going to give him time to recover and rest before we put him back on the pitch. He’s always recovered quickly before so let’s hope he does that again. “I wouldn’t expect him to be back in the next few weeks and we’ve got a mid-season break.” It leaves Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood as United’s only options in attack and may encourage them to act before the January transfer window closes.— Tags: Manchester UnitedMarcus RashfordOle Gunnar SolskjaerRed Devil
Asked if the former Lille midfielder had played his last game for the club, Pardew said: “I don’t know until 11pm [on Monday]. “We have told his agent, ‘Look, come on, play the game’, because we have got to replace him [if we sell him] and we can’t afford to replace him before he goes because we’re not sure he is going to go. “That bid needs to come in, if it’s coming in, early. If not, it won’t happen – well, I think it won’t happen, but you can never tell with this football club. “We have got replacements in mind, but we need to act quickly if that bid comes in. We still hope to get an offensive player in before 11pm [on Monday] and we are working towards that.” Both the Cabaye saga and Newcastle’s search for reinforcements are ongoing, but thankfully for the club, their wait for a home win in the league is not after it came to an end at the fifth attempt. It did so in fitting style with Ben Arfa’s superb 86th-minute strike, the Magpies’ first league goal in 411 minutes of football, worthy of winning any game. Pardew said: “The goal came from Hatem and I was pulling my hair out today with him. He was making bad decisions in terms of his selection of pass, he was not really doing what we want him to do in that wide area. “And then he created three or four moments in the game that can change it, a couple of balls he slid across and we didn’t connect with, and then the goal was fantastic. The 27-year-old France midfielder was introduced to a mixed reaction from the club’s fans as a 65th-minute substitute in Saturday afternoon’s Barclays Premier League win. Compatriot Hatem Ben Arfa proved the match-winner, but Cabaye’s future remained one of the main talking points after the final whistle with Monday night’s transfer deadline fast approaching and no second bid from the Gunners having yet materialised. “That’s Hatem. He makes us slightly dysfunctional at times, but he can win us a game at any level and he did that today.” The goal had been coming, but until it arrived, it looked like being another frustrating afternoon for Pardew and his players. Fulham keeper David Stockdale had denied both Mathieu Debuchy and Papiss Cisse before the break, and Cisse saw a 78th-minute header come back off the bar before substitute Yoan Gouffran glanced wide with the goal at his mercy. However, Ben Arfa’s left-foot bullet after he jinked between John Arne Riise and Alex Kacaniklic sparked a late onslaught during which Stockdale denied both Debuchy and debutant Loic Remy. Pardew said: “A lot has been written and some of it has actually not been correct. “But actually at the end of the day, it’s results you need, it backs it up. We have won today, we won in midweek with a few of our squad players and it’s been a good week for us. “If we can get through Monday by improving the team again, whichever way it comes, then we will be in good shape.” Fulham boss Martin Jol left St James’ Park as he did last season ruing a late goal and insisting his team had deserved at least a point. He said: “We could have done a lot of damage today and got the points on the board. “If you look at the possession, we could get out of their pressure. It was almost too easy. “Last year it was the same, they scored one goal and they are over the moon as if they played great. But they didn’t. We should have had at least a point.” Alan Pardew ordered Arsenal to put up or shut up over their pursuit of Yohan Cabaye after seeing Newcastle snatch a dramatic 1-0 victory over Fulham. Press Association
The star of the famous Rocky boxing franchise is filming a spin-off picture called ‘Creed’. In his latest outing as Rocky, Stallone, 68, trains the grandson of Apollo Creed – the fighter with whom the Philadelphia brawler clashed in the first two Rocky films. In the film Rocky’s pupil – Adonis Creed – will fight against Pretty Boy Porter, who is played by actual British boxer Tony Bellew – and this is where Everton fans come into the equation. Evergreen Sylvester Stallone will call on Everton fans on Monday night to provide him with a knockout scene for his latest film. Bellew, a lifelong Everton fan, has used his connections with the club to book Stallone a slot on the big screens at Goodison Park during the half-time interval of Monday’s game against West Brom. Although details are sketchy – neither Everton nor Bellew have given full details of what will happen – it is thought Stallone will deliver a message to the Everton fans on the screen and it could feature as part of the film. “I would like you to stay in your seats at half-time and keep any eye on the big screens for a very special guest to make a welcome return to Goodison Park,” Bellew said in a cryptic press release issued by the Merseyside club. “Be sure you make as much noise as possible – go absolutely nuts at half-time – to help us create a brilliant atmosphere. I have seen first-hand what kind of noise Evertonians create – it will be perfect for the scene.” Everton added further intrigue with this tweet on Monday afternoon: “Remember to stay in your seats at HT to star alongside @TheSlyStallone and @TonyBellew in the new ‘Rocky’ film. #EFC.” This will not be the first time Stallone has made an ‘appearance’ at Goodison Park. The actor, who was nominated for an Oscar for the first Rocky film, paid a visit to Everton’s ground eight years ago to watch the team take on Reading and was presented to the supporters before kick-off while wearing a Toffees scarf. Although he has been eligible for a bus pass for three years, Stallone has shown no sign that he wants to quit Hollywood any time soon. The American starred in the Expendables 3, which was released last year, and is set to return in a fifth outing as Rambo. Press Association
ELLSWORTH — The road to the Gold Ball came to a conclusion in Augusta, Bangor and Portland late last week, and two schools earned rare sweeps of the boys’ and girls’ championships in the state’s largest classes.Edward Little (15-7) posted a 50-49 Class AA girls’ win over Gorham (14-8) to end the Rams’ quest for a third straight championship Friday at Portland’s Cross Insurance Arena. On the boys’ side, the Red Eddies (18-4) outdueled Scarborough (17-5) 41-36 to complete a sweep of the large-school titles.Class A also saw a sweep as the Greely boys (22-0) and girls (20-2) both won state championships Thursday in Portland. The Rangers posted 47-46 and 53-38 victories over the Hampden Academy boys (20-2) and girls (19-3), respectively.Hermon (22-0) won the boys’ title for the first time Friday with a 55-34 win over Wells (15-7) in the Class B final at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The Greenville boys (20-2) beat Woodland (18-4) 47-46 to claim the Class D title the following day at the Augusta Civic Center.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Winslow girls (18-5) won their first title since 2005 with a 43-29 triumph over Lake Region (16-6) in Class B. Monmouth (21-1) repeated as girls’ champion in Class C with a 56-50 win over Houlton (21-1), and Southern Aroostook (20-2) topped defending state champion Vinalhaven (21-1) for the girls’ crown in Class D.
The Badgers looked a bit sloppy in the first period of their matchup Friday night, but that didn’t stop them from finding the back of the next six minutes into game one of the series, as they cruised to a 5-1 win.Redshirt junior forward Brittany Ammerman’s shot was deflected off the stick of junior forward Karley Sylvester who redirected the puck into the net, tallying the first goal of the game.Lindenwood was determined to put up a fight. A pass over the middle in front of Rigsby slipped through finding Lyndsay Kirkham of the Lions at the back post. The goal tied the game at one a piece and sparked something in the Badgers as they scored four unanswered goals to finish off the game.The first came just 30 seconds after the Lindenwood’s goal. Sylvester notched her second point of the game when she found senior forward Madison Packer at the back post.In the second period, the Badgers added two to their lead. Ammerman scored her, team leading, sixth goal of the season five minutes in off of an outside shot.The next two goals were both the first of the girls’ career. First, Johnson’s daughter, sophomore forward Mikayla Johnson, put in her first as a Badger half way through the second period.“Jones came down on the far side,” Mikayla Johnson said. “She pretty much gave me a perfect pass to my blade and it wasn’t too hard to tap it in.”The Badgers lone goal of the third period was scored by Channell, who was able to slip the puck past Lindenwood goaltender Hensley.
BAKU 2017Senator Iroegbu in AbujaThe Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has condemned the participation of the country in the Muslims Only Islamic Solidarity Sports Games in Azerbaijan as illegal. Against this backdrop, the General Secretary of CAN, Rev. Musa Asake, in a statement yesterday, urged the Federal Government to withdraw the country’s contingent immediately from the Games staring today at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan.Nigeria is one of the 57 countries participating in the sporting event in the Euro-Asian country, tagged BAKU 2017.But Asake in the protest letter addressed to the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, the Office of the Secretary to the Government of Federation (OSGF), the Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the association reminds them that Nigeria remains a secular state.The letter read: “It has come to our notice that the Islamic Solidarity Sports Federation (ISSF) is organising its 4th game titled BAKU 2017 in Azerbaijan from May 12 through 22, 2017. Of concern to us is the information that Nigeria is listed as one of the 57 countries participating in the Games.â€œThis information is available on the official web page of the ISSF and can be confirmed at: http://www.baku2017.com/en/countries.“The organisers confirmed that the Games are strictly for Islamic countries because the â€˜â€˜ISSF is a section of the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC.)â€™â€™“We request that this claim and Nigeriaâ€™s participation should be investigated because, including Nigeria in an international engagement based purely on religion violates the spirit and letter of section 10 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended). We wish to reiterate that Nigeria is a secular nation and any misrepresentation should be corrected without delay, and Nigeriaâ€™s participation be stopped immediately.“We further request you to please call those behind this illegal action to order without delay before further damage is done to the nationâ€™s identity and the perception of the stance of the government of the day as pro-Islam. Nigeriaâ€™s membership of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) should be withdrawn henceforth.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
MASON CITY — It will be the first of its kind event in Mason City this weekend which hosts the first annual Highland Games. Event organizer Nathan Burchett (burr-chit) says the events have a long and interesting history.KGLO News · 8 – 7-burchett – 1Burchett says his vision is to grow the event in future years. It begins Saturday morning at Elite Impact Barbell at 1605 South Eisenhower in Mason City and will feature four classes of athletes from pro to amateur.KGLO News · 8 – 7-burchett – 2For more information about the event click here PITTSBURGH (AP) — Kevin Newman’s pinch-hit two-run single with one out in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-5 victory over the Minnesota Twins. Newman ended Pittsburgh’s seven-game losing streak when he took a pitch from Minnesota closer Taylor Rogers (1-1) and laced it up the middle against a drawn-in infield to score Cole Tucker and Bryan Reynolds. Gregory Polanco added a three-run home run for the Pirates. Miguel Sano hit a three-run shot for the Twins. Byron Buxton and Eddie Rosario also went deep but the bullpen faltered late to snap Minnesota’s seven-game winning streak. IOWA CITY — Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery says his Hawkeyes are embracing the expectations for next season. With Luka Garza withdrawing his name from the NBA Draft, the Hawkeyes return seven players with starting experience from last year.KGLO News · 8 – 7-fmex – 1Iowa is likely to be a top five team in the national pre-season polls.KGLO News · 8 – 7-fmex – 2McCaffery says Iowa’s biggest hurdle may be how tough the Big Ten will be.KGLO News · 8 – 7-fmex – 3Sophomore guard C.J. Fredrick says the Hawkeyes hope to keep the expectations in perspective.KGLO News · 8 – 7-fmex – 4Fredrick says the Hawkeyes will have a lot of balance on offense.KGLO News · 8 – 7-fmex – 5Iowa finished last year with a 20-11 record. THIS WEEKEND ON AM-1300 KGLO:— Minnesota Twins at Kansas City= Friday — pre-game 6:30, first pitch 7:05= Saturday — pre-game 5:30, first pitch 6:05= Sunday — Inside Twins at 12:00, pre-game 12:30, first pitch 1:05 EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Brock Boeser and Elias Petterson each had a power-play goal and an assist, Jacob Markstrom made 27 saves for his first postseason shutout and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Minnesota Wild 3-0. The Canucks have a 2-1 lead in their best-of-five qualifier series. Game 4 is on Friday night. Antoine Roussel also scored for the Canucks, who outlasted the Wild in another penalty-filled, extra-testy matchup. They moved within one game of advancing to the first round in their first appearance in the playoffs since 2015.
The Equator Prize is organised by the Equator Initiatives within the United Nations Development Program and is awarded biennially to recognise outstanding community effort to reduce poverty through the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.UNDP Resident Representative Roy Trivedy who officially presented the award to Wanang Conservation community in Divine Word University this week praised the work of Wanang Conservation in promoting and conserving the environment. Present also to witness the ceremony was Conservation Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) Manager for Terrestrial Ecosystems James Sabi, Madang provincial Administrator Daniel Aloi, Member for Usino-Bundi Anton Yagama and representative from WWF and Binatang Research Centre.“This Equator prize award is partly being supported by the government of Norway and Equator Initiatives and the reason is to provide the global platform to recognise the outstanding work that is happening in community level to protect biodiversity, forest and natural environment,”“The Wanang society is joining the very unique group, because there are 1,461 application for this award for more than 126 countries and it is not an award that is given lightly it is an outstanding award that is given to incredible work you are doing to protect and conserve your forest to help the local community and also the world,” Trivedy said.He said the award was presented to the Wanang Conservation representative during in UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris last year which the PNG Government is part of the agreement.Trivedy said the Wanang Conservation has put Madang and PNG in the spot light in environment and conservation work thus adding more emphasis on the Government and the local people to take more actions to protect the forest and environment.“Your are setting an example to the whole world, you develop your world in response to commercial logging,”“The Wanang Conservation area is an alliance, it brings together 10 indigenous forest dwelling clans that together 10,000 hectares of forest,” he said.He said Wanang was unique because the Wanang maintains the forest dynamic s cloth where you have planted 280,000 native species of plants to study the responses to changing in climatic conditions.Trivedy added that other unique thing is that Wanang combine Research and action which not many projects do that- the link between people conservation, community level work and the link with Binatang Research.He said the beauty of the work of Wanang is they managed to combine the appliance of science to protect, conserve and help people which have become an initiative for the community driven conservation and development in our country and in the world.
The man who was fingered in the murder of Gafoor’s manager at his Hesrstelling, East Bank Demerara, home appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court where he was placed on remand.David Dutar, 24, was not allowed to plead to the indictable charge which alleged that on July 21, 2016 at Herstelling, East Bank Demerara, he murdered Terry Luckham during the course of a robbery.He will make his next court appearance on August 23.It was reported that Luckham, 55, was discovered by a neighbour shortly after a male was seen exiting his home with several bags. The man was found motionless next to a wardrobe with a length of rope tied around his neck, while several bottles of tablets and photographs of his family lay nearby.