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Gov. Holcomb Appointments  Evansville Attorney Marc Fine To The Indiana Gaming Commission

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first_imgGovernor Eric J. Holcomb New Appointments And Reappointments To Various State Boards, Commissions, And Task Forces. Indiana Finance AuthorityThe governor made two reappointments to the authority, who will serve until Sept. 30, 2023:Harry F. McNaught (Carmel), president/CEO of Denison PropertiesOwen “Bud” Melton, Jr. (Carmel), former president and CEO of First Indiana Bank Indiana Protection & Advocacy Services CommissionThe governor made two new appointments to the commission:Leonard Hoops (Indianapolis), president and CEO of Visit Indy, will serve until April 30, 2021Tom Easterday (Zionsville), former executive vice president and chief legal officer of Subaru of Indiana Automotive, will serve until Sept. 30, 2022 Indiana Gaming CommissionThe governor made four reappointments to the commission, who will serve until Sept. 30, 2022:Marc Fine (Evansville), an attorney with Jackson Kelly, PLLCJane Saxon (Noblesville), senior manager at Somerset CPAs & AdvisorsJoseph Svetanoff (Crown Point), senior attorney with Kopka Pinkus Dolin, P.C.Susan Williams (Indianapolis), former president of the Indiana Sports CorporationThe governor also made one new appointment to the commission, who will serve until Sept. 30, 2022:  Jason Dudich (Indianapolis), vice president, CFO and treasurer of the University of Indianapolis Little Calumet River Basin Development CommissionThe governor made one new appointment to the commission, who will serve until Sept. 30, 2023:Robert Ochi (Hammond), senior executive vice president and director of marketing with Rodriguez & Associates, Inc. State Board of Funeral & Cemetery ServiceThe governor made three reappointments to the board, who will serve until Aug. 31, 2023:Christopher Cooke (Evansville), superintendent of Evansville City CemeteriesRoland Cutter (Richmond), a retired agent with RMD/Patti Insurance & Financial ServicesThomas Sproles (New Castle), co-owner and funeral director with Sproles Family Funeral Home The governor also made one new appointment to the board, who will serve until Aug. 31, 2023:Kathleen Matuszak (South Bend), general manager of the St. Joseph Funeral Home and Cemetery Vincennes University Board of TrusteesThe governor made five reappointments to the board:R. Scott Brand (Carmel), senior vice president of quality control at Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc., will serve until Oct 3, 2021Reginald Henderson (McCordsville), vice president and general manager of Telamon Energy Solutions, will serve until Oct. 2, 2022George Ridgway (Bloomington), chief architect for Cook Group, Inc., will serve until Oct. 2, 2022Michael Sievers (Vincennes), owner of Sievers & Companies, will serve until Oct. 3, 2021John Stachura (Vincennes), vice president and general manager of Solar Sources Underground LLC, will serve until Oct. 3, 2021The governor also made two new appointments to the board:Dartanyan Abney (Walton), a fourth-year Occupational Graphic Design/Multimedia student at Vincennes, will serve as the student member of the board until Oct. 4, 2020Kelly Clauss (Jasper), vice president of medical practice management and support services at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper, will serve until Oct. 2, 2022 FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Hovis claims market share growth

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first_imgHovis has continued to build its market share, according to Premier Foods’ interim results for the 16 weeks to 25 April 2009.In its Hovis division, sales in its baking business were up by 6% on the comparable period in 2008, due to strong branded sales growth offsetting lower volumes of own-label bread.However, bulk flour sales fell, primarily due to its exit from a low-margin flour contract during 2008, said the firm. This meant overall sales for the division were 4% lower than the same period last year.Chief executive Robert Schofield said Hovis – its biggest brand – continued to make excellent progress following its relaunch last year. “It is now the clear number two in the wrapped bread market, with a market share of over 25%,” he said, adding that further activity and innovation were planned for the brand throughout 2009.Premier also announced that it has transferred its Charnwood Foods frozen pizza base business from its chilled division to the Hovis division.last_img read more

Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Specifications Leak, Galaxy S21 Ultra Tipped to Have a Remarkable Display, Camera

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first_imgSimilar to the Google Pixel phones, Android Police reports that the Galaxy S21 series can switch between 30fps and 60fps automatically, depending on the lighting conditions. The new models are also said to have 4K/ 60fps video recording support. Further, the phones could offer a dual recording mode that will enable video recording through both front and rear cameras simultaneously.According to the leak, the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ both will have 5G, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth v5.1. However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra could take connectivity to even further, with faster, Wi-Fi 6E support. The Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra are also rumoured to have Ultra Wide Band (UWB) support.On the battery front, the Samsung Galaxy S21 is said to have a 4,000mAh battery, while the Galaxy S21+ is said to have a 4,800mAh one and the Galaxy S21 Ultra could include a 5,000mAh one. All three models are also said to have at least 25W fast charging support.The Galaxy S21 Ultra is said to have S Pen support, which corroborates a previous report. However, the phone would not come bundled with an S Pen and instead include optional cases that are said to have room for the S Pen. This is unlike the Galaxy Note series that has built-in S Pen support.Pricing of the Galaxy S21 series is yet to be revealed.Is this the end of the Samsung Galaxy Note series as we know it? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. Samsung Galaxy S21 series specifications have been detailed in a new leak. The latest development suggests the specifications of the Galaxy S21 as well as the Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Galaxy S21 series colour variant details have also been leaked. The new models are said to have Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 and Exynos 2100 SoC as the two processor options, depending on the market. The Galaxy S21 Ultra in the new series is also rumoured to debut with one of the best smartphone displays and feature an enhanced camera setup that includes a telephoto lens to support 10x optical zoom.As per the details posted by Android Police, citing people familiar with the matter, the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra are codenamed O1, T2, and P3, respectively.- Advertisement – While the Samsung Galaxy S21 is said to have Phantom Violet, Phantom Gray, Phantom White, and Phantom Pink colour options, the Galaxy S21+ is rumoured to have Phantom Silver, Phantom Black, and Phantom Violet colours and the Galaxy S21 Ultra could come in Phantom Silver and Phantom Black. The Galaxy S21 is said to have a plastic covering at the rear, though the Galaxy S21 Ultra is rumoured to have a glass back.The previously leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra that suggested a camera bump just like the Galaxy S20 Ultra are also said to be accurate.Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, Galaxy S21 Ultra specifications (expected)In terms of specifications, Android Police reports that the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra run on One UI 3.1 based on Android 11 and include either Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 SoC. The Galaxy S21 is also said to have a 6.2-inch full-HD+ LTPS display with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the Galaxy S21+ could offer a 6.7-inch full-HD+ LTPS display with a 120Hz refresh rate. In contrast, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is said to have a 6.8-inch WQHD+ LTPO display with an adaptive refresh rate that can go up to 120Hz.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The Galaxy S21 Ultra is also said to offer up to 1,600 nits of peak brightness and a contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1. These are upgrades over the 1,400 nits peak brightness and 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio available on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.On the part of optics, the Samsung Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ are said to have a triple rear camera setup, with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide shooter, 12-megapixel primary sensor, and a 64-megapixel telephoto shooter. The Galaxy S21 Ultra, on the other hand, is rumoured to have a 108-megapixel primary sensor, 12-megapixel ultra-wide shooter, a 10-megapixel telephoto shooter with 3x optical zoom, and a 10-megapixel telephoto shooter with 10x optical zoom.Samsung is said to offer 130 percent larger pixels on both 3x and 10x telephoto shooters enabling optical zoom on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The phone is also said to revive the 100x Space Zoom that was featured on the Galaxy S20 Ultra earlier this year. Further, a tipster who goes by the pseudonym Ice Universe on Twitter said that both telephoto shooters on the Galaxy S21 Ultra enable the strongest ever optical zoom system and camera a pixel size of 1.22-micron pixels.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Cashback is not a cop-out

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Gabriel’s agent reveals Lille star turned down bigger offers to join Arsenal

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first_img Metro Sport ReporterMonday 24 Aug 2020 11:31 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.9kShares Comment Advertisement Gabriel’s agent reveals Lille star turned down bigger offers to join Arsenal Gabriel had offers from Napoli and Manchester United (Photo by Dave Winter/Icon Sport via Getty Images)‘Arsenal was nowhere near the best proposal [money wise],’ Guilherme Miranda told Freddie Paxton of the Guardian. ‘Gabriel chose them over more lucrative offers because Edu convinced us of the project. It’s 100% because of Edu Gaspar and Arteta.’AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArteta will be buoyed by Gabriel’s decision to join the club and he arrives alongside fellow youngster William Saliba, who signed for the Gunners last summer but stayed on loan at St Etienne.Gunners will be hoping the duo can form a new partnership in the heart of Arsenal’s defence to cure the defensive problems they’ve experienced in recent years.Gabriel will become Arsenal’s second signing of the summer following Willian’s arrival on a free transfer from Chelsea but Arteta hopes to make further additions.Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey is a leading target, while Arteta may decide on signing another midfielder if Dani Ceballos’ stay is not prolonged. MORE: Malang Sarr agrees to join Chelsea on four-year deal Gabriel is set to sign a five-year deal with Arsenal (Picture: Getty)The agent of Arsenal-bound star Gabriel Magalhaes has revealed the Lille defender turned down more lucrative offers elsewhere in order to move to the Emirates.The Brazilian was at the Gunners’ training ground on Monday to undergo a medical with the club ahead of a £22million move to north London.Arsenal saw off competition from Napoli, Manchester United and Everton for the defender’s signature and the work of Mikel Arteta are said to have been influential in the Brazilian’s decision. The decision was clearly not down solely to finances as Gabriel’s agent has confirmed he could have earned far more elsewhere but for Edu’s work in convincing the Brazilian about the ‘project’ at the club.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisementlast_img read more

VisitEngland backs GTE’s work to promote golf tourism

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first_img National tourism body VisitEngland has praised the early work being done by Golf Tourism England (GTE) to encourage golfing venues to work together at local level to attract more visitors. While clubs may have historically viewed others in the immediate vicinity as direct competition for green fees and memberships, GTE has highlighted the benefits of a closer and more collaborative relationship. This strategy has led to the successful creation of ‘clusters’ across the country, such as the Pennines Golf Trail, Suffolk Coastal Golf, The Dorset Heathland Tour and Southern Counties Heathland Tour (click here for a full listing of clusters/tours created by Golf Tourism England). Combined with building links with local accommodation providers, this has allowed golf clubs which have often operated in isolation, to draw on the collective strength of what each region has to offer the travelling golfer, thus making the proposition of visiting a more attractive one. James Berresford, VisitEngland Chief Executive, spoke highly of the efforts of GTE in encouraging these closer working relationships. He said: “As a supporter of GTE, it is very pleasing to see that they are gaining the backing of the golf industry by strengthening bonds between clubs at a local and regional level, creating a more attractive product for travelling golfers. “While some areas may lack an Open Championship host or tour-ready layout, through a combined effort to come together as a ‘cluster’ or golf tour, there is real potential to create golf destinations that offer the very best that England has to offer as one of the world’s longest-established and most diverse golfing nations.” These comments were echoed by David Joy, Chief Executive of England Golf, the national governing body for amateur golf, which has launched a strategic plan to create a brighter future for the sport. Its aims include creating stronger clubs, increasing the number of regular golfers and halting the decline in club membership. He commented: “Our relationship with GTE is one of partnership, which complements the England Golf strategic plan, ‘Raising Our Game’. This puts England Golf at the heart of a network of partners, each operating to the benefit of the game and I am delighted that Golf Tourism England is encouraging many of our great golf clubs to adopt a similarly collaborative approach.” Providing the most attractive proposition for international and local golfers, Joy also went on to explain, is one of the most effective ways for clubs to generate new revenue streams through increased inbound tourism. GTE Chief Executive and founder, Andrew Cooke, is delighted to see many traditional private members clubs embrace a forward-thinking and innovative approach and he added: “We are now seeing clubs begin to lay the foundations for growth in golf tourism in England for the next 5-10 years. “If we take the Dorset Heathland Tour for example, which includes incredible courses like Parkstone, Ferndown, Broadstone and Remedy Oaks, we get an impression of the depth of quality and variety that golf in England can offer. It is examples like this that should make people realise just how popular England could become as a golf destination.” To find out more about Golf Tourism England, visit www.golftourismengland.com. 5 May 2015 VisitEngland backs GTE’s work to promote golf tourism last_img read more

Countback win for Kevin at English Disability Open

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first_img Harmison was part of the English Disabled Golf team which won the bronze medal at the European Team Championships for disabled golfers in Portugal last month. He raised his game at the English Disability Open to beat fellow members of the squad including Groves, who recently won the Swedish Invitational in a play off, and last year’s winner, Duncan Hamilton-Martin (St Georges Hill) Disabled people who are keen to get into golf can find their local inclusive golf facility at the Get into golf website or find out more about the events across the country from www.englandgolf.org/disabilitygolf Alternatively, email England Golf on inclusiveclub@englandgolf.org for assistance.  The presentations were made by Dr Bill Holmes, a member of The R&A’s Referees Panel who was also out on duty out on the course over the weekend. Northumberland’s Kevin Harmison took the 2017 English Disability Open title after two great days of golf, winning on countback from George Groves of Sussex.  Harmison (Newbiggin) and Groves (Copthorne) tied on 151 gross after two rounds on the Earls and Kings Courses at The Warwickshire Golf Club. Harmison won thanks to his superior score over the last three holes.  “I would also like to thank the BALASA committee, our referees and Colin Knapp, the club’s Senior Captain and the senior section who provided spotters and scorers over the weekend.” 3 Sep 2017 Countback win for Kevin at English Disability Open Harmison (image copyright Leaderboard Photography) said: “I played with two fantastic groups over the weekend and it is a pity that someone had to lose. I’m really pleased to have won the title but was pushed all the way to the last shot on the final hole” Jamie Blair, Disability Manager for England Golf, commented: “The Warwickshire were fantastic hosts for a fantastic show of golfing ability. Huge congratulations to the players on their achievements across two challenging courses that were excellently prepared.  From 2019, England Golf will be taking over the management of this event and making this part of their annual calendar of events. The previous two years have provided great insight and set a standard for the future. As part of this transition, England Golf will be launching an online survey for disabled golfers to give their views on what they would like to see at events.  The English Disability Open, hosted by BALASA Golf and supported by England Golf and The R&A, welcomed 41 golfers competing for the overall gross prize and also for net prizes in two categories and a stableford competition. Other winners were:  Category 1 (handicaps up to 9.4), Ashley Harris (Merrist Wood), net 140 Category 2 (handicaps up to 18.4), Ben Bowen (Holsworthy), net 147 Category 3 (handicaps above 18.5), Richard Saunders (Hintlesham), 59 stableford points.  Tags: Disability Open, England disability team, Northumberlandlast_img read more

Kashvee does a Kumble; takes all 10 wickets of opposition side!

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first_imgImage Courtesy: AFP/HTAdvertisement 2vt84vkNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vst4Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ec( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 31Would you ever consider trying this?😱3wvdhfCan your students do this? 🌚s3Roller skating! Powered by Firework Back in 1999, a new record was set in Indian cricket. The iconic bowler Anil Kumble, revered to be one of the best bowlers ever to grace the game, entered the history books against Pakistan in a Test series in February. A fter England’s Jim Laker, the legend became the second cricketer ever to secure all 10 wickets in a match. 21 years later, the Indian cricketing fandom has seen it again, this time in a domestic under 19 match. Say hello to Kashvee Gautam, the teenage Chandigarh bowler who has wiped out the opposition all by herself!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AFP/HTIn the Paytm Women’s Under-19 One Day Trophy match versus Arunachal Pradesh, Kashvee Gautam showed her prowess by picking up the whole opposition batting lineup, that too in just 4.5 overs, including a hat trick. The 16 year old put out an unbelievable figure of 4.5-1-12-10, all while captaining Chandigarh at the KSRM College Ground, Kadapa.The official Twitter handle of BCCI Women uploaded a video of Kashvee’s amazing spell, a compilation of all ten of her wickets. The clip was captioned along with her statistics from the match. Enjoy it here-Advertisement Six of Kashvee’s wickets were in form of LBW, and the remaining four were clean bowled.  Other than the stellar bowling figures, the youngster returned an appreciable performance with the bat, scoring 49 runs, including four boundaries. Defending a total of 186, Chandigarh won the match by 161 runs, as Arunachal were bundled out by just 27 runs.Following the match, the starlet expressed her feelings for such an amazing performance. “It is like a dream come true for me. Moreover I didn’t have to take any help for the fielders for any of my dismissals,” Kashvee said in the post match interview.A die hard fan of the Team India superstar Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kashvee’s dream is to earn a call up for the Indian Women international squad. “It feels amazing. I aspire to play for Indian women’s team one day,” she concluded.Kashvee has been in tremendous form in the tournament. Previously securing 7 wickets against Jammu and Kashmir, she is already leading as the highest wicket taker in the tournament, with a stunning 18 wickets from three matches. With a continuous performance like this, its not doubt that Kashvee will grab the attention of the Women in Blue’s selectors in no time.Also read-See which Indian cricketing legends Harsha Bhogle just compared Smriti Mandhana and Shafali Verma with! Advertisementlast_img read more