2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Drive Winners

first_img Meat goat wether: Spencer Goettemoeller, Randolph Beef heifer: Clint Main, Jackson Facebook Twitter Harlee Henney of Steuben County with her grand champion beef steer. Facebook Twitter 2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Drive WinnersThe best market animals in the state were named Sunday evening at the 2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Champion Drive. Lane Slaton of Hamilton County is no stranger to the backdrop. This is his third consecutive year winning the Grand Champion Market Lamb at the ISF.“Hardwork, dedication got me here, it’s always a great feeling to be out there on the dirt. It doesn’t matter if you have a reserve or champion, it always feels the same.”Whittlee Singleton of Marshall County exhibited the Grand Champion Dairy Beef Steer. As a third-year member, it’s her first time on the woodchips.“I’m speechless…My mom, grandpa, and our friend Jerry Chism, they all helped me accomplish this goal.” 1 of 7 By Ashley Davenport – Aug 6, 2019 Home Indiana Agriculture News 2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Drive Winners SHAREcenter_img Barrow: Erika Newhouse, Grant Dairy beef steer: Whittlee Singleton, Marshall Previous articleTrade War Intensifying as Tariffs Set to Increase on Chinese Goods Sept. 1Next articleMeet the 2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Drive Champions on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition Ashley Davenport Wether dam: Nash Hensley, Madison 2019 Indiana State Fair Grand Drive Winners Sheep: Lane Slaton, Hamilton Other winners were Spencer Goettemoeller of Randolph County with his meat goat wether, Nash Hensley of Madison County with his grand champion wether dam, Erika Newhouse of Grant County exhibited the grand champion market barrow, Clint Main of Jackson with the beef heifer, and Harlee Henney of Steuben County showed the grand champion beef steer. Congratulations to the winners and all livestock exhibitors. SHARElast_img read more

Justice minister urged to conclude judicial proceedings that have kept Basque daily closed since 2003

first_img RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive Receive email alerts Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU RSF_en News December 2, 2020 Find out more News Reporters Without Borders calls on the justice minister to conclude the judicial proceedings against the Basque-language newspaper Egunkaria that have resulted in its remaining closed for the past five years because of its alleged illegal links with the Basque armed separatist group ETA.The newspaper was shut down at the Spanish high court‚s behest on 20 February 2003, the same day that civil guards arrested 13 journalists and members of its board on suspicion of “the crime of belonging to or collaborating with the terrorist organisation ETA”.On the grounds that the group that owns the newspaper Egunkaria S.A. and Egunkaria Sortzen S.L. pursued the same goals as ETA and helped it by creating front companies, judge Juan del Olmo ordered preventive measures consisting of freezing its assets, suspending its activities and closing its premises. And he has renewed the measures every six months since 21 July 2003.”The alleged links between certain members of Egunkaria’s staff and ETA have never been demonstrated, despite five years of judicial investigation”, Reporters Without Borders said. “The Spanish government’s fight against terrorism is legitimate but it must be done without violating free expression. We point out that Basque journalists are themselves been the victims of an ETA campaign of terror against the media and some of them have been forced to work with bodyguards or to leave the Basque country”.The press freedom organisation added: “We reiterate our concern about Egunkaria’s closure, as it deprives readers of their right to news and information, and we urge justice minister Mariano Fernandez Beremejo to allow the newspaper to reopen and to get the judicial authorities to conduct a trial very soon so that they can finally reach a decision on the substance of the charges”.There are two aspects to Judge Del Olmo‚s investigation. The main one is Egunkaria‚s alleged links to ETA. The other one is alleged tax fraud.The 13 people charged in the case are Egunkaria S.A. chairman Joan Mari Torrealdai, Egunkaria S.A. chief executive Iñaki Uria, board of governors secretary Txema Auzmendi, Egunkaria managing editor Martxelo Otamendi, former Egunkaria managing editor Pello Zubiria, former Egunkaria editor Xabier Oleaga, Batasuna party activist Xabier Alegria, Egunkaria S.A. board member Joxe Mari Sors, and four office employees ˆ Ainhoa Albisu, Mikel Sorozabal, Begoña Zubelzu and Fernando Furundarena.Each of them faces combined sentences of 30 to 40 years in prison and fine of more than 30 million euros.They are charged with creating an “illegal association” and some of them are also charged with “belonging to a terrorist organisation”. They all deny all of the charges and appealed on 29 December 2004 to the second chamber of the Spanish high court. It has not yet issued a ruling on their appeal.In a report at the end of last year, a committee of international jurists said the disproportionate nature of the newspaper‚s closure and the arrests of the 13 journalists and employees constituted a violation of articles 10 and 15 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The committee also said article 129.9 permitting the closure of companies, the one used to close Egunkaria, was not applicable to media companies.Prosecutor Miguel Angel Carballo said in December 2006 that there was insufficient evidence to support the charges against the 13 suspects.Stressing their commitment to free expression, 70 Spanish parliamentarians urged Prime Minister José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero’s government to drop the case against Egunkaria on 20 October 2005.Following Egunkaria’s closure in February 2003, funds raised by means of an appeal led to the creation of another Basque-language daily called Berria in June 2003. It is edited by Martxelo Otamendi and has a circulation of 20,000. SpainEurope – Central Asia April 3, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Justice minister urged to conclude judicial proceedings that have kept Basque daily closed since 2003 Newscenter_img to go further June 2, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information Organisation Two Spanish journalists killed in eastern Burkina Faso April 27, 2021 Find out more SpainEurope – Central Asia News Follow the news on Spainlast_img read more

SeaRenergy and N-Sea Secure DolWin Alpha Work

first_imgA consortium of SeaRenergy and N-Sea has won a contract by TenneT for modification works to the jacket foundation of the HVDC platform DolWin alpha.The lead partner SeaRenergy is in charge of the engineering and design services, as well as the fabrication of clamps, which will be installed on each of the six jacket legs in order to increase the overall lifetime of the HVDC transmission system.Once SeaRenergy completes the trial of mockup test structures, N-Sea will provide subsea installation services using a dive support vessel (DSV) with a diving team and a remotely operated vehicle (ROV).“This award is the culmination of months of hard work by the consortium team. We look forward to delivering the project with our partner and building on the cooperation and trust we have established with SeaRenergy,” N-Sea CEO Gerard Keser said.Located in the German Exclusive Economic Zone of the North Sea, DolWin alpha comprises five decks that rise 80m above the water surface.The platform connects offshore wind farms around 75km off the coast in the DolWin cluster with the country’s transmission grid.last_img read more

Edinson Cavani finally on target as Paris SG tame Lyon

first_imgParis: Second-half substitute Edinson Cavani rediscovered his scoring touch as Paris St Germain beat Olympique Lyonnais 4-2 to edge closer to a seventh Ligue 1 title in eight years on Sunday.Uruguay striker Cavani struck his first goal in almost six months after being barely used on his return from injury. His goal completed the win to put PSG on 61 points from 24 games.Thomas Tuchel’s side, who also scored through Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappe and Fernando Marcal own goal, lead second-placed Olympique de Marseille by 12 points.Lyon, who hit back with goals by Martin Terrier and Moussa Dembele, are in ninth place on 33 points, eight behind Stade Rennais who hold the last Champions League qualifying spot. AgenciesAlso Read: Goals by Edinson Cavani, Di Maria qualify PSG for French Cup Round of 16Also Watch: Assam Police destroyed Opium poppy plantation in South Salmara once againlast_img read more