Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest What DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Derek Hunker is seeing in Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot Counties is very similar to what is happening in many parts of Ohio this year. He says corn yields are a little sub-par and soybeans are outstanding. He visits with The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about what this might mean for 2017 crop purchases and they discuss some of the field work going on in that part of the state for this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Watford midfielder Chalobah: Big positives from Spurs drawby Paul Vegas3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveNathaniel Chalobah is adamant Watford were unlucky not to beat Spurs on Saturday.The Hornets lead for most of the match before Dele Alli scored late on.Speaking to the club website, he said: “To get a point against any of the top six is a positive thing. To come to Spurs away and get a point, you’d be chuffed with that, but we are disappointed inside as we could have got three.”We showed great character, great resilience and it’s hard to come here and try and play. Spurs are a very good team. They pressed us quite high and we showed we could get out of the press and create chances. We have to take the positives out of every situation right now.”
zoomImage Courtesy: Hamburg Süd German shipping company Hamburg Süd has christened its latest Polar-class containership, Polar Ecuador.The christening ceremony was held at Belgian New Fruit Wharf in Antwerp on May 20, 2019.“Antwerp is a highly important port for Hamburg Süd, and the Belgian New Fruit Wharf is a very suitable place for the christening of a ‘Polar’-class vessel,” Frank Smet, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of Hamburg Süd, commented. “After all, with more than 1,000 reefer plugs, the ‘Polar Ecuador’ transports a disproportionately large volume of refrigerated cargo for a container vessel of this size from Mexico and the Caribbean to Antwerp,” he added.The 52,100 dwt Post-Panamax is deployed in Hamburg Süd’s North Europe -Mexico/Caribbean service (EMCS), which connects Antwerp and other European ports in Ireland, Great Britain and Germany with Mexican and Caribbean ports.Polar Ecuador belongs to a group of four structurally identical vessels in the Polar class that were built for Hamburg Süd by the Chinese shipyard Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding.With a total length of 230 meters and a width of 37.3 meters, the ship offers a container storage capacity of 3,800 TEU and is equipped with 1,000 reefer plugs.Last month, the company christened Polar Ecuador’s sister vessel, Polar Mexico, in the Mexican port of Veracruz. The christening of Polar Mexico also marked first berthing of a container vessel at the new ICAVE terminal.
New Delhi: Indian railways diverted at least nine trains due to flood on the Samastipur-Darbhanga section on Samastipur Division, officials said on Tuesday. The 12562 New Delhi-Jayanagar S. Senani express train commencing on July 30 will be diverted to run via Varanasi-Gorakhpur-Paniahwa-Narkatiaganj-Sikta-Raxaul-Sitamarhi-Darbhanga. Likewise the 15211 Darbhanga-Amritsar Jan Nayak express train commencing on July 31 will be diverted to run via Sitamarhi-Raxaul-Sagauli. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’They further said that the 15212 Amritsar-Darbhanga Jan Nayak Express train commencing on July 30 will be diverted to run via Sagauli-Raxaul-Sitamarhi-Darbhanga. The 14674 Amritsar-Jayanagar Shaheed Express train Journey commencing on July 30 will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur-Paniahwa-Narkatiaganj-Sikta-Sitamarhi-Darbhanga. The 14673 Jayanagar-Amritsar Shaheed Express train journey commencing on July 31 will be diverted to run via Sitamarhi-Sikta-Nakatiaganj-Paniahwa-Gorakhpur. The 19166 Darbhanga-Ahmedabad Sabarmati Express train commencing on July 31 will be diverted to run via Sitamarhi-Sikta-Nakatiaganj-Paniahwa-Gorakhpur-Barabanki. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KThe official said the 12566 New Delhi-Darbhanga Bihar Sampark Kranti Express train commencing on July 30 will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur-Paniahwa-Narkatiaganj-Sikta-Sitamarhi. The 12565 Darbhanga-New Delhi Bihar Sampark Kranti Express train Journey commencing on 31.07.2019 will be diverted to run via Sitamarhi-Sikta-Narkatiaganj-Paniahwa-Gorakhpur. Likewise, the 12561 Jayanagar-New Delhi S.Senani Express train Journey Commencing on 31.07.2019 will be diverted to run via Darbhanga-Sitamarhi-Sikta-Narkatiaganj-Paniahwa-Gorakhpur-Varanasi.
APTN National News AKWESASNE–St. Regis Mohawk Tribal police Chief Andrew Thomas has been fired following a probe into cash payments received by the police force for towing and storage fees for impounded vehicles, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Commission said Thursday.The police commission said in a statement Thomas was fired on July 24.Thomas is facing disciplinary charges filed July 7 from the commission for gross misconduct and disregard for tribal and regulatory policies and failure to reconcile receipts and funds, the statement said.Thomas appeared before a disciplinary hearing on July 15 and the police commission voted unanimously to terminate his employment.The investigation was triggered by a query from a community member about the police department’s taking of cash payments for impounded vehicles.A spokesperson for the St. Regis Tribe said the police commission would not be issuing any further comment.Matthew Rourke is currently the acting tribal police chief.The St. Regis Tribe governs the U.S.-side of Akwesasne, a Mohawk community which straddles the Canada-U.S. border about 120 km west of [email protected]
The Canadian PressSASKATOON — An inquest into the death of a 35-year-old woman at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre has been postponed indefinitely.The examination of what happened to Kinew James was to have begun Monday, but after a massive collection of new documents was presented to inquest coroner Timothy Hawryluk, he adjourned the proceedings.He said it is unlikely the inquest will resume until the fall at the earliest and possibly not until early 2017.Kinew James died in 2013 after suffering an apparent heart attack in her cell.Inmates have alleged that James was denied timely medical assistance.The Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies had said earlier it hoped the inquest would lead to better care for Indigenous women with mental health issues who are serving time in prison.On Monday, association lawyer Gillian Gough and Josephine de Whyttel, a lawyer for James’ mother, argued the disclosure documents provided by the Corrections Service of Canada — which covered the year leading up to James’ death — weren’t enough.Gough presented a package made up largely of CSC documents the society obtained while fighting for James’ release in 2011. Containing some 8,000 files, some of the documents dated back as far as 1998.Gough said it was important to look at how various factors from James’ incarceration may have contributed to her death.For instance, Gough noted James was transferred between facilities some 30 times and argued this could have affected the continuity of her health care. Gough also said James had been in and out of the Saskatoon facility 13 times over the years.Hawryluk said he was disappointed at having proceedings derailed on the first day, but he wasn’t comfortable ruling on a request to expand the scope of the inquest until he’d had time to review the new documents.Cecil James, Kinew’s brother, said the family was glad there would be a pause to consider the new information.Cecil said he has had trouble accessing even the original disclosure that was provided.He and James’ family live in Winnipeg, and he had to go to Regina to look the disclosure over in the coroner’s office there. He said he made the trip last Wednesday and was troubled after even a quick examination of those documents, not to mention the thousands of new ones presented Monday.James was serving an aggregate sentence of 15 years for manslaughter, assault, uttering threats and other charges – many of which happened after she was first sent to jail.According to a Board of Investigation report, James, who was diabetic, activated the emergency call alarm in her cell and told corrections staff that she was feeling sick and lethargic the night she died.
hat perhaps was expected to be an easy win for the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team Saturday might have proved more challenging than originally thought. The Buckeyes (9-3, 4-2) had to overcome a halftime deficit to earn a 10-9 victory at Air Force Saturday, which stumbled into the contest with a 1-4 Eastern College Athletic Conference record. Now on a three-game winning streak, OSU has secured a playoff spot by guaranteeing at least a top-four finish in the ECAC. The Buckeyes are tied for third in the ECAC standings heading into their regular season finale Saturday. No matter what happens during the final weekend of the season, OSU will be joined by Loyola (Md.), Denver and Fairfield in the conference tournament, since Fairfield clinched its playoff spot Saturday with a 10-9 overtime victory at Denver. OSU jumped out to an early 2-0 lead Saturday against Air Force (6-7, 1-5), but let the Falcons climb their way back into the game, finishing the first quarter tied at four. The Falcons, though, took a one-point lead into halftime, 7-6, before conceding three straight goals in the third quarter and falling behind for good. Co-captain and senior attacker Logan Schuss continued his run of good form, scoring four goals for the Buckeyes, including the series of three in the third quarter, and added one assist. It was his third consecutive game where he scored at least five points, bringing his career total moves to 216, 11 back of second place on the Buckeyes’ all-time points list. Co-captain and senior midfielder Dominique Alexander added a career-high five points, including two goals, and senior midfielder Trey Wilkes won 15 of 21 faceoffs. Having missed the last two games due to injury, junior goalkeeper Greg Dutton made his return for OSU in outstanding fashion on Saturday with a career-high 15 saves against the Falcons. The losses to Denver and Loyola earlier in the year mean that the Buckeyes will finish third in the ECAC with a win over Fairfield Saturday but will drop to fourth with a loss. The Buckeyes are set to close the regular season and celebrate their Senior Day at home against Fairfield on Saturday at 1 p.m.
The team is at the bottom of the Lega Serie A standings after not winning a single match yet in the 2018-2019 seasonBologna, together with Frosinone, has yet to score after four matches in the Italian Lega Serie A.But for goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski, their hard work will surely pay off soon.Bologna F.C. 1090 will host Roma tomorrow at Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.Karsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“I know we’ll get out of this, we have quality players. Take Destro with whom I played at Roma, he knew how to score goals back then and hasn’t gotten worse,” Skorupski was echoed by Gianluca Di Marzio.“Pippo Inzaghi is right, the work we are doing will pay off, he hasn’t given up, we need to spit blood”“When I played in Poland I wasn’t very serious, I always went out at night with friends, how could I say no?”“Then something changed, us Polish players realized we are a strong team. We’ll beat Italy next October, I’m certain of this,” he concluded.
The Fulham manager believes the 30-year-old to earn his first English national team call-up after having a great start of the season with WatfordStriker Troy Matthew Deeney has been playing professionally since 2006 in the English football leagues.His professional debut was on 2006 when he played for Walsall.The had a small one-year loan with Halesowen Town the same year, but after some great performances, he was then transferred to Watford.With the club, he’s showing great improvement and for Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic he deserves to be called up to the England national team for the first time ever.Virgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“He’s strong and a big character, and sometimes it’s not easy to deal with him,” said Jokanovic on a Sky Sports interview.“He has had a positive evolution in the last few years. Really he can be an option for the England national team.”“He had a great season when I worked him with, and his dedication is very high,” he added.“He’s definitely an unusual player and you can use him in different ways. My point for you is he’s a player who can have at some point a chance to play for England.”