“Nangyariito habang nag-inuman ang biktima at ang mga lalaki sa isang bahay. Pagkataposnito, binalewala ng biktima ang nangyari dahil sa takot sa kanyang pamilya atwala itong lakas ng loob na magsumbong,” headded. The Grade 11 student said she wasdrunk when her two drinking companions raped her on Sept. 14 after a barangaybenefit dance. But the incident was only reported on Oct. 9, police said. Murallo said no arrest against the twominor suspects have yet been made.(With areport from Akean Forum/PN) Libacao municipal police stationacting chief Captain Jose Marlon Murallo said the victim narrated her ordeal toher mother, who lodged the complaint to the authorities. KALIBO, Aklan – A 15-year-old girlclaimed two 17-year-old boys raped her in Libacao, Aklan.
Monroe Henry Meyer, age 91 of Batesville, IN passed away Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at Aspen Place in Greensburg, IN. The son of Fred & Lillie (Stickfordt) Meyer was born August 3, 1924 in Franklin County, Indiana at the home where he was still living.Monroe was a lifelong farmer and also sold Dixon lawn mowers, but many will know him as the Bird House Builder at the farmers market. On January 17, 1948 he married Luella Westerman at St. John Huntersville Church where he is also a member. He was a life time member of the Indiana Farm Bureau (Ray Township).Monroe is survived by his wife Luella Meyer, sons & daughters in law Wayne & Toni (Pfeiffer) Meyer, Dan & Sandy Meyer, Art & Nancy Meyer & Jerry & Janet Meyer and daughters & sons in law Linda & Richard Pfeifer and Marge & Paul Thole. He will also be missed by his 19 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and his brother Wilbur Meyer. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother Clarence Meyer and sisters Delia Narwold, Esther Narwold, Flora Thie & Irene Thie.Visitation will be Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 5-8pm at Meyers Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be Monday, June 6, 2016 at 10:00am at St. John United Church of Christ with Pastors Dennis & Linda Frische-Mouri officiating. Burial will follow services at St. John Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Aspen Place c/o Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, Batesville, IN 47006. Online condolences at meyersfuneralhomes.com
Harold D. Flodder, age 84 of Batesville, died Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 at his residence. Born March 18, 1932 in Batesville, he is the son of Vera (Nee: Schein) and Leo Flodder Sr. He married Viola Wishmeyer November 12, 1955 at Holy Family Church in Oldenburg.He was a maintenance supervisor for BCA/Federal Mogul, retiring in 1997 after 34 years. Harold served in the army during the Korean War, earning two Bronze Stars. He was a lifetime member of the Batesville V.F.W. Post #3183 and a former Eagle Scout. His son and two grandsons also became Eagle Scouts.He is survived by his wife Viola; daughter and son-in-law Ann and Steve Carlson of Ellijay, Georgia; son and daughter-in-law Bill and Beth Flodder of Mason, Ohio; sister Jean Struewing of Batesville; grandsons Brett (Kelley) Flodder, Ben Flodder and great granddaughters Harper and Eleanor Flodder. In addition to his parents, he is also preceded in death by sisters Eileen Steinkamp, Mary Hoff and brothers Leo Jr., Clyde, Virgil and Robert Flodder.Visitation is Friday, July 29th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Saturday, July 30th at St. Louis Church. Burial will be in St. John’s Huntersville Cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by the Batesville V.F.W. Post #3183 and the Prell-Bland American Legion Post #271. The family requests memorials to the Batesville Boy Scouts Troop #634 or Premier Hospice.
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Mousa Dembele stopped short of backing interim manager Tim Sherwood for the Tottenham job, preferring instead to focus on a “very important” win at Southampton. Press Association After a chaotic week in which Andre Villas-Boas was shown the door, Spurs secured a 3-2 victory at St Mary’s courtesy of Emmanuel Adebayor’s brace and a Jos Hooiveld own goal. It was the first win of Sherwood’s reign after Spurs exited the Capital One Cup against West Ham in his only other match in temporary charge. The result and performance at St Mary’s have seen odds on him being handed the hotseat permanently shorten, with the former midfielder planning to talk to chairman Daniel Levy about the situation sometime on Monday. Glenn Hoddle, Louis van Gaal and Frank de Boer have also been linked with the vacancy, for which Dembele was keen not to comment on when asked whether the players wanted Sherwood to get the post full-time. “I don’t think I am going to talk about this now, but we have a good team,” the Belgium international said. “If everybody is motivated we can do big things, and you saw that in the second half. “I think we are a very good team and it is important we win the game for anyone. “I think with our strength we have to do big things, so that is why we are happy we won.” The three points means Tottenham head into Christmas seventh in the Barclays Premier League and halted a run of back-to-back defeats, having lost to West Ham and been humiliated 5-0 by Liverpool. “It was very important for us,” Dembele said. “I think there was a while that we won a few games, like three games in a row I think, then we had Liverpool. “After that we played good against West Ham as well, even though we lost it. “Against Southampton I thought the second half we played well, nice attacking football and were organised so it was very good. “It was very important. Everybody knows to come to Southampton and win the game is very difficult. They are a very good team.” Dembele was forced to watch the second half at St Mary’s from the sidelines after twisting his ankle. Despite the knock, the 26-year-old expects to be available for the Boxing Day clash with West Brom – a match in which Adebayor could well again prove key. Cast aside by Villas-Bas, the Togo striker has started both matches under Sherwood and repaid that faith with three goals. Asked if Adebayor’s rejuvenation was like a new signing, Dembele said: “Yeah, it looks like that. I think against Southampton, and the last game as well, he was very important for us. “He scored his goals but as well as that he played a good game. “You can play the ball to him and he will keep it, he is going to do something with it. That is very important for any team.” Adebayor proved a nuisance throughout the afternoon for Saints, who have now gone six matches without a win. Tough-looking trips to Cardiff and Everton now await, but James Ward-Prowse is confident they will soon come good. “We’re disappointed to lose again,” the 19-year-old midfielder said. “I think we’re all missing the winning feeling. “I think we were just beaten by a good Tottenham Hotspur side, who were obviously galvanised under the new manager. “We knew before the game it would be difficult. Obviously, they’re trying to prove a point to the new manager and I think they did that. “These sorts of things happen during the season, but it’s a test of character for us, and I know among us we’re mentally strong enough to get through that.”
Barclays Premier League boss Scudamore admitted he was not sorry to see Suarez join Barcelona, praising shrewd business from Liverpool in offloading the controversial Uruguay striker. Catalan giants Barcelona prised Suarez away from Liverpool in a £75million transfer. The 27-year-old was hit with a four-month ban from all football-related activity after biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup in Brazil. Chief executive Scudamore conceded the Premier League will be a calmer place this season without Suarez, whose latest ban is his third for biting. “I think probably the time had come,” said Scudamore. “He’s a great player and I’m not taking anything away from his talents: he was voted by both his own players and the media last year the player of the year and deservedly so. “He’s great to have but an accident waiting to happen, and if you spend your time trying to promote what’s good about the Premier League, you’re always waiting for the next thing to come along. “And this one in the summer, although it was with Uruguay, although it didn’t directly involve the Premier League, clearly it reflected on Liverpool as one of our great clubs. “And it reflected on us. “He’s done his time here, but I can’t say I’m sorry to see him go. Luis Suarez was “an accident waiting to happen” and the “time had come” for him to leave Liverpool this summer, according to Richard Scudamore. Press Association “I think it was good business on a number of levels from Liverpool to move Suarez on.” Suarez has appealed against his four-month FIFA ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and will learn the outcome on Thursday. The 78-cap striker was banned for 10 games for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic in 2013 and sidelined for seven matches for doing the same to PSV Eindhoven’s Otman Bakkal in Ajax action in 2010. Scudamore said the Premier League does not need “every world mega star” to continue to flourish. Former Ajax striker Suarez netted 31 league goals last term, his departure leaving a chasm for Reds manager Brendan Rogers to fill, but Scudamore rejected suggestions the Premier League cannot retain its top talents. “We lost David Beckham as well, remember, we do often lose one or two,” said Scudamore, talking at the Premier League season launch. Former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann echoed Scudamore’s opinion that the club will be better off in the long term without Luis Suarez. Hamann, speaking at a McDonald’s and Football Association Community Football Day, told Press Association Sport: “I think Liverpool have bought well. “I have always been very critical of Suarez’s antics. “In footballing terms, he is a big loss, but somebody else will score the goals and I think, long-term, they will be better off without him than with him. “I’d rather have the six or seven players they have now than Suarez, because at the end of the day, if you want to win things, you need people you can trust, and he can’t be trusted. “If he does something stupid again, he could be out for years, or for good. “Yes, he has been great, there is no doubt about it. But what could have been if he had not missed all the games he did when he was here? Maybe the team would have been in the Champions League a while ago. “All he has to show from his time at Liverpool is a League Cup winner’s medal (from 2011/12). He is not leaving a team that was ruling the Premier League or Europe during that the last few years. “He is a player who scored goals, but at the end of the day they only got into the Champions League with him last season.” :: Dietmar Hamann joined kids at Burnage Metro FC in Manchester to celebrate the work of FA Charter Standard clubs at a McDonald’s and FA Community Football Day. For more info visit www.McDonalds.co.uk/betterplay
The imposing Tell Us More, who like Douvan also holds an entry in Saturday’s Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown, Black Hercules, Killer Crow and Mckinley complete the master of Closutton’s formidable hand. Gordon Elliott is also well represented, with Navan Novice Hurdle winner No More Heroes joined by unbeaten stable companion Free Expression, as well as Fort Smith and Lord Scoundrel. Other interesting contenders include the Margaret Mullins-trained Martello Tower, Tony Martin’s Marinero and On Impulse from Ted Walsh”s yard. Willie Mullins is responsible for five of the 16 horses still in contention for the Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle at Naas on Sunday. Press Association Formerly known as the Slaney Novice Hurdle, the two-and-a-half-mile contest has been upgraded to Grade One status for 2015 and a fascinating contest is in store. Mikael D’Haguenet (2009) and last year’s scorer Briar Hill are among the champion trainer’s previous winners and heading this year’s team is Supreme Novices’ Hurdle favourite Douvan, so impressive on his Irish debut at Gowran Park.
The Sheffield Steelers relinquished top spot in the Elite League standings as they slumped to a 5-3 defeat to the Belfast Giants on Friday. Press Association The Steelers raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to first-period goals from Dustin Kohn and Jonathan Phillips, but Belfast were on level terms in the second period when Evan Cheverie and Cody Brookwell found the target. Calvin Elfring and Robby Sandrock gave Belfast a 4-2 lead in the final period and although Ben O’Connor pulled a goal back for the shell-shocked Steelers, Craig Peacock added gloss to a remarkable comeback victory with the Giants’ fifth strike with 22 seconds remaining. The Braehead Clan needed to win to replace Sheffield at the summit and they did just that with a comfortable 4-2 victory against the Fife Flyers in the day’s other game. Scott Pitt opened the scoring with the game a mere one minute and 48 seconds old, before Bobby Chaumont levelled for the Flyers early on in the second period. The Clan were back in front six minutes later when Neil Trimm slotted home, before Leigh Salters extended their advantage in the third period. Chaumont pulled a goal back for Fife with eight minutes of the game left before Pitt capped off a fine display with his second and his team’s fourth with 41 seconds remaining.
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No. 14 Syracuse dropped its first game of the season on Wednesday with a 66-58 overtime loss to Wisconsin. Here’s how fans reacted on social media.[View the story “Syracuse community reacts to overtime loss against Wisconsin” on Storify] Comments Published on December 2, 2015 at 9:58 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories What we learned from Syracuse basketball’s loss to WisconsinWisconsin outrebounds Syracuse by 26 in Orange’s 1st loss of the seasonPoll: Grade the Orange’s performance against Wisconsin and pick a player of the gameJim Boeheim on Syracuse’s current stretch: ‘It’s horrific scheduling. That’s my fault’Gallery: Wisconsin hands Syracuse its 1st loss of the season