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In the Arctic Ocean, diplomacy works

first_imgBut global warming has changed things.The ice now melts enough in summer to expose as much as 40 percent of the water. The parties to the new agreement include countries with extensive Arctic coastlines (Russia, Canada), and major fishing industries (South Korea, China, Japan), as well as the United States and the European Union.They will next establish a polar research program so that scientists from around the world can survey the hundreds of species living in the central Arctic — as well as those drawn to the region’s warming waters — and learn how their food webs operate. That this work will be done in international waters before any fishing trawlers arrive is unprecedented.That so many countries could reach such a sensible, ecologically sound agreement shows what people can achieve when they’re prepared to cooperate.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes Categories: Editorial, OpinionThe following appears on Bloomberg View:Amid resurgent nationalism and talk of nuclear war, it’s been a rough year for global diplomacy.So a 10-party agreement to protect the waters of the planet’s far north qualifies as a minor miracle.For the next 16 years, commercial fishing will be prohibited in the central Arctic, a Mediterranean-sized patch of icy ocean more than 200 nautical miles from any nation’s coastline.This will give scientists time to study whether fishing might safely be allowed there.The goal is to avoid the overfishing that has depleted fish populations in other parts of the world — pollock in the Bering Strait, for instance, or krill in the Antarctic Ocean.Until recently, ice made commercial fishing impossible in the central Arctic.last_img read more


Theft suspect jailed

first_imgHe was detainedin the lockup cell of the Janiuay municipal police station. He was23-year-old Rowen Claire Catolico, police said. ILOILO City –Charged with theft, a man was arrested in Barangay Golgota, Janiuay, Iloilo. Catolico wasnabbed on the strength of an arrest warrant around 7:45 a.m. on Tuesday. The courtrecommended a P10,000 bail bond for Catolico’s temporary liberty./PNlast_img


Area Football Friday Scores (8-30)

first_imgArea Football Friday ScoresWeek #2 (8-30)Milan  35     Batesville  14East Central  28     Cincy Oak Hills  0Franklin County  49     Connersville  7Triton Central  37     Greensburg  13North Decatur  49     Edinburgh  7Lawrenceburg  34     North Bend Taylor  0South Dearborn  34     Madison  0New Castle  39     Rushville  2    Switz. County  15     Gallatin County  12Jennings County  42     Brown County  35Cambridge City Lincoln  19     Union County  14    Saturday  (8-31)South Decatur  27     Tri-County  8last_img


Barbara Ellen Weber, 82

first_imgBarbara Ellen Weber age 82 of Greensburg, returned to her heavenly home on May 30, 2020 after a short battle with cancer.  Her unwavering faith in God, the love and prayers of family and friends, and the wonderful care of Hospice allowed her to pass peacefully.Barbara was born in Bartholomew County, Indiana on Feb 6, 1938 to Fred & Olive Martin.  She grew up in a large loving family. She was number 6 of 7 children. Her siblings are Harold (Mildred) Martin, Catherine (Gene) Bradley, Charlotte (Floyd) Jenkins, Marion (Kay) Martin, Eileen (Vincent) Frazier, Bill (Elaine) Martin.She married Chesley Clarence Weber on July 28,1955 and were together until her husband‘s passing on August 16, 1978. They had 3 sons, Anthony Wayne, Gregory Alan, and Bryan Chesley. Her parents, husband Chesley, son Bryan, siblings Harold, Charlotte, and Marion have preceded her in death.She leaves behind  2 sons, Tony (Judy) Weber from Rancho Santa Margarita, CA & Greg (Jane) Weber from Greensburg, IN 7 grandsons, Andy (Cathy) Weber, Adam (Cara)  Weber, Jordan (Brittany) Weber,  Matt (Tina) Weber, Keith (Victoria) Weber, Cole (Nicole) Weber, and Brock (Aly) Weber and 15 great grandchildren.Barbara worked at Carol Cook Dress Factory for 23 years, Elanjay dress Factory in Shelbyville until it closed & BCA/NTN where she retired in 2000 after several years of service. Retirement did not last long. From NTN she went to work part time at Decatur County YMCA where she lovingly cared for children in their daycare for several years.Barbara was a member of Community Church of Greensburg, a wonderful cook, and could make a sewing machine talk!  Her prize possession was her family.  She travelled to spend time with those out of state, had one on one dates with the great grandchildren, and loved to support and attend her grandchildren and great grandchildren’s sporting events and activities whenever possible.Funeral arrangements are being made through Porter Oliger Pearson Funeral Home. Drive by visitation 4-7 at Community Church, 1427 W. Vandalia Rd., Greensburg, Monday, June 1st, followed by a short outside service. A private burial will be held on Tuesday morning where she will be laid to rest at the South Park Cemetery. Pastor Dan Pratt from Community Church of Greensburg will be officiating.In Lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations be made to Community Church building fund.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more


Cricket News Sourav Ganguly Promises Corruption Free BCCI, Says ‘Will Run Board The Way I Led India’

first_imgNew Delhi: Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday took over as the 39th president of Indian cricket board BCCI. In his first address to media after getting elected, Ganguly promised a corruption free BCCI saying he won’t compromise on BCCI’s credibility. He added that he will run the board the way he ran the Indian cricket team. He also said Virat Kohli is the most important man in Indian cricket and the administrators job is to make the team’s life easier.”No compromise on credibility, corruption-free and same for all BCCI, just as I led India,” Ganguly said after formally taking charge as the BCCI President at its General Body meeting. The 47-year-old became the 39th BCCI President here, for a nine-month run after getting elected unopposed.Laying down his priorities, Ganguly said he will speak to current skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday.”Virat Kohli is the most important man in Indian cricket, we will listen to him. Mutual respect will be there, opinions will be there,” Ganguly responded when asked whether he will be speaking to Kohli, “I will speak to him tomorrow. He is the captain of the team and the most important man in Indian cricket. We are here to make their life easier.”Asked about the speculation surrounding the future of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who is on a sabbatical since India’s semifinal exit from the ODI World Cup earlier this year.Talking about MS Dhoni, Ganguly said one should not write off him yet. He said that he will talk to the veteran cricketer soon about his future. “Champions don’t finish very quickly. Till I am around, everybody will be respected,” Ganguly said. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more


High expectations of Windies  Emerging Players, says Reifer

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Head coach Floyd Reifer says he has high expectations of West Indies Emerging Players, as they prepare to do battle in the Regional Super50 starting next week.The development squad will play in Group B staged in Trinidad and will be up against last year’s losing finalists Guyana Jaguars, Windward Islands Volcanoes, visiting side United States, and hosts Red Force in the November 6 to December 1 campaign.“I expect to see some good performances from the players. It’s a very young side that we have put together. There is a lot of talent in the squad, so I am eager and looking forward to working with the players,” said Reifer.“I want to see them put their energies into the tournament and winning a few games, but for me, it’s about developing the talent that is there and making sure that at the end of the tournament there is some form of improvement, individually and as a team.”The squad comprises the likes of Barbadian fast-bowling all-rounder, Justin Greaves, who has taken 46 wickets from 22 first class matches at an average of 25, and has already scored a first class hundred.He will be joined by leg-spinning all-rounder Yannic Cariah, already with three first class hundreds and 50 wickets in 59 matches, while left-arm seamer Dominic Drakes, also from Barbados, and Under-19 World Cup star Kimani Melius, has been included.Reifer said while he was familiar with some of the players, he would use the tournament to quickly acquaint himself with the abilities of the entire unit.“I have worked with some of the players previously. Some of them, yes, I am not too familiar with them, but we have a few days before the competition starts and when we go through the matches, I will quickly learn as I think I have a good eye for talent,” he explained.“Getting to know the players will be quite easy for me, in terms of identifying the talent on the field, but off the field, I will try to spend a lot of time with the players and have a lot of conversations to get to know them quickly as possible.”He added: “We also have a few players in the squad that will be preparing for the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup 2020 South Africa, so they will be looking to have a good outing in the tournament.“We have some young players in the squad in the fast bowling department, so the bowling attack looks promising. In terms of the batting, I have not seen many of the players previously, but I am ready and willing to work with them and see what they have to offer.”Reifer arrives in the new position, having overseen the West Indies men’s side for the last four months, and believes he has much to offer the developing players.“I have learned a lot over the last few months and I am willing to impart all of the knowledge I have to the players and developing their games, and making sure that as a team, we will build and play well during the competition,” he stressed.“Also, it is important to help them understand the virtues of being a high-performance athlete and the importance of work ethic in helping them to get to the next level.”Emerging Players open their campaign with a tough assignment against Jaguars on November 7 at the Brian Lara Stadium.SQUAD – Justin Greaves, Kimani Melius, Leonardo Julian, Jayden Seales, Ashmead Nedd, Camarie Boyce, Keon Harding, Dominic Drakes, Yannic Cariah, Joshua Da Silva, Gidron Pope, Kevin Sinclair, Jermaine Levy, Roland Catolast_img read more


Tipp footballers back in the hunt for promotion

first_imgTipp selector Michael McGeehan says League form is vital as it will carry into Championship.Next up for the footballers is an away game to Louth next Sunday. The two Northern teams drew yesterday in the Athletic Grounds on 1-10 a piece. The Premier County yesterday overcame Clare in Semple Stadium to record a third straight win over their Munster rivals.The full time score was Tipperary 2-11 Clare 1-8.last_img


Soccer action on the pitch this evening

first_imgDefending champions Barcelona will play host to La Liga rivals, Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou, while Bayern Munich also have home advantage for the first leg of their clash with Benfica.Both games will kick-off at 7:45There’s also lots of games tonight in the Championship. Leaders Burnley are at home to Cardiff City while second-placed Middlesbrough are at home to Huddersfield.Chris Hughton’s Brighton are the other team with a chance of getting into the automatic promotion places from tonight’s matches as they pay a visit to In the SPL, Celtic are also in action tonight as they seek to extend their four-point lead at the top of the table when they travel to face Dundee.last_img


William Hill recommits to PDC World Dart Championship ‘Nine-Darter’ charity pledge!

first_img Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Share SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 Share William Hill has announced that it will bring back its ‘Nine-Darter’ charity pledge for the World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace (15 Dec 2016 – 2 Jan 2017).Starting this Thursday, tournament title sponsor William Hill will reward every nine-dart finish achieved at the 2016/2017 PDC World Dart Championship with a £9,000 donation to charity Parkinson’s UK.Sky Sports Darts presenter and Parkinson’s UK supporter Dave Clark commented on the pledge“I was really pleased to hear that William Hill will once again be making a donation to Parkinson’s UK for every 9-darter during the tournament. While nine-dart finishes are challenging, the odds of this happening during the William Hill World Championships are pretty good as we’ll see the best players in the world competing.“Thank you to William Hill and I look forward to seeing a great standard of darts again this year, with hopefully a few more players throwing nine perfect darts.”There have been nine previous nine-dart finishes in the World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, with Raymond van Barneveld hitting the first in 2009 and another in 2010.Adrian Lewis then hit a perfect leg in the 2011 final against Gary Anderson, with Dean Winstanley and Michael van Gerwen achieving the feat two years later and the 2014 event seeing Terry Jenkins and Kyle Anderson landing nine-darters within an hour of each other in a memorable afternoon.Lewis hit a second perfect leg during the 2015 event, with Gary Anderson then recording his own nine-darter in last year’s semi-final against Jelle Klaasen.“We’re delighted to be supporting the PDC’s official charity Parkinson’s UK,” said David Lynn, Head of Sponsorship at William Hill. “A nine-darter is one of the most spectacular sights in sport and we’re hoping to see plenty of perfect games at this year’s world championship.”last_img read more