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first_imgInmates booked into the Detention Center within the last 24 hours.WHITE, MICHELLEBooking #: SCJAIL:2017-000002Booking Date: 01-01-2017 – 1:07 amCharges: IC 7.1-5-1-3 ~ PUBLIC INTOXICATIONView Profile >>>HAUGER, MICHELLEBooking #: SCJAIL:2017-000001Booking Date: 01-01-2017 – 12:08 amCharges: IC 35-48-4-11(A)MB ~ POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH OR SALVIA16-42-19-13 ~ POSSESSION OR USE OF LEGEND DRUGIC 35-48-4-8.3(A)MA ~ POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIAIC 35-45-2-1(C)FL5 ~ INTIMIDATION – DEADLY WEAPON, JUDGE, BAILIFF, PROSECUTING ATTORNEYView Profile >>>last_img read more

first_imgPosted on September 17, 2010June 20, 2017By: Pam Barnes, President, EngenderHealthClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)The MHTF is soliciting reactions from the maternal health community to the newly released UN MMR data. Our hope is that, together, these comments will serve as a springboard for discussion and provide momentum towards MDG5.Trends in Maternal Mortality, 1990 to 2008, just released by the World Health Organization, the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNFPA, and The World Bank, reports that the number of women dying globally due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth has decreased by 34%, from 546,000 in 1990 to 358,000 in 2008. This is one more piece of evidence that investments to improve maternal health are indeed paying off. It also corroborates research published in Lancet earlier this year that showed a similar, modest decline in the number of women dying from pregnancy complications.While we know that fewer women are dying, there is clearly much more work to be done. In this latest United Nations report, only 10 out of 87 countries with maternal mortality ratios equal to or over 100 in 1990 are on track to achieving Millennium Development Goal No. 5 (MDG 5) by 2015. Also, 30 countries made insufficient or no progress since 1990. (See the full report and press release for more information.)Furthermore, for every life lost due to pregnancy or childbirth complications, about 20 women suffer from maternal morbidity, including obstetric fistula. And if we are going to continue this positive downward trend, we must improve the health of mothers in places with high levels of HIV, specifically Sub-Saharan Africa, and refocus attention to address women’s holistic needs, providing high-quality family planning, obstetric, and HIV services under one roof.As we were reminded at the recent Global Maternal Health Conference 2010, which brought together nearly 700 maternal health experts, solutions exist, and we know what they are. To reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, women must have better access to:Family planning, with other related sexual and reproductive health servicesSkilled care during pregnancyEmergency obstetric careImmediate postpartum careNext week, the world’s leaders will descend on New York City for high-level events, including the UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals and the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. The good news is momentum behind MDG 5 has never been higher. This is welcome news for all of us who care deeply about improving sexual and reproductive health in the world’s poorest communities. The key now is to harness this energy to ensure that our governments deliver on their commitments to ensure universal access to reproductive health and to reduce maternal mortality by 75%.Read EngenderHealth’s blog here to get the latest updates.Share this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read:last_img read more

first_imgIn the forty-fourth edition of In The Spotlight, Australian Men’s Open player, Willie Bishop, speaks about what it means to represent Australia at the 2011 World Cup, and his career highlights so far. Name: Willie BishopNickname: Willie BAge: 29Affiliate: ManlyOccupation: Personal TrainerPosition: LinkDebut for Australia: 2011 Touch World CupCareer highlights so far: Australian IRB Rugby Sevens 2007 – 2010  Australian Open Men’s How you got involved in Touch Football: New Zealand Juniors RepFavourite player: Peter WaltersWhat does it mean to you to be representing Australia at the 2011 World Cup? When I was young I always thought I’d represent New Zealand. Times have changed as my family and I jumped ship and moved to Australia. I’m grateful for the opportunity I’ve been given to play for Australia, although being a Kiwi, New Zealand is where my heart is but I represent for Australia 100%. Biggest influence on your Touch Football career:  Peter WaltersFavourite sporting moment: Representing Australia in the IRB Rugby Sevens Team in Wellington New ZealandWhat do you know about Scotland:  Travelled there a few times on the IRB Rugby Sevens circuit, pretty cold, gets dark real late and the Edinburgh Castle’s pretty crazy.Any superstitions:  NoneFunniest Australian teammate: Jonathan PalauFavourite quote:  “It’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice.”Any travel plans for after World Cup: None, expecting another baby.With just one week left until the 2011 Federation of International Touch World Cup, be sure to be regularly visiting the Touch Football Australia website to keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information. Don’t forget to become a fan of Touch Football Australia on Facebook and Twitter in the lead up to the 2011 World Cup to find out all you need to know about Australia’s World Cup campaign: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384 www.twitter.com/touchfootyauslast_img read more

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man City midfielder Bernardo Silva: Sergio Conceicao would be success in Englandby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva says Porto coach Sergio Conceicao would be a success in England.Bernardo insists the impact of Portuguese managers in the Premier League is a sure sign Conceicao would impress.He told O Jogo: “The Portuguese coaches are very strong tactically. Sérgio Conceição already did a great job in France in Nantes – I think he did. “There would be room in England. (Jose) Mourinho left, but we have Marco Silva (Everton) and Nuno Espírito Santo (Wolves).”Bernardo also spoke of former AS Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim.”I was really sorry (about his sacking). I talked to Mr. Jardim at the time, but it’s a club decision. He lost a lot of the champion players two years ago, but Jardim gave a lot to the club. Monaco supporters are grateful he gave them a title they had not won for a long time.” last_img read more

first_imgUCF flag flies before AAC championship game.ORLANDO, FL – DECEMBER 2: A UCF Knights spirit team member waves the flag after a score in the third quarter of the ACC Championship against the Memphis Tigers at Spectrum Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)Fort Lauderdale wide receiver Dredrick Snelson had a wild recruitment, but in the end, he will be staying close to home with the UCF Knights. Snelson, a one time Minnesota commit, chose UCF over finalists Maryland and Penn State. He also reportedly had offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami, and numerous others.#Flanagan HS (FL) 2016 WR Dredrick Snelson (@D_Snelson2) signs LOI with the #UCF #Knights pic.twitter.com/iIInG76D5k— Sleeper Athletes (@SleeperAthletes) February 3, 2016Snelson is a four-star player according to ESPN and Rivals. ESPN ranks him as the No. 20 wide receiver in the class.last_img read more

When the Columbus Blue Jackets conclude the 2009-10 season, they’ll likely want to get as far away from the disappointing campaign as possible.The NHL made that task easier for the Jackets, who will kick off their 2010-11 season in Stockholm, Sweden, the team announced Tuesday in a press release.Columbus will play a pair of games against the San Jose Sharks on Oct. 8 and 9.San Jose (39-11-9), first in the Western Conference with 87 points, has knocked off the Jackets in the first two of the teams’ four meetings this season.Columbus, with 57 points, the second-lowest total in the conference, currently sits at the bottom of the Central Division. However, the team has won both of its games since firing coach Ken Hitchcock last Wednesday.The Jackets and Sharks square off again tonight at Nationwide Arena at 7. read more

Urban Meyer prepares to lead the Buckeyes onto the field prior to the Ohio State-Illinois game on Nov. 18. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorLess than an hour after No. 9 Ohio State defeated Illinois 52-14 to clinch the Big Ten East, senior left tackle Jamarco Jones smiled and chuckled when asked how the Buckeyes plan to stop the talented defensive lines and linebacker corps of Michigan and Wisconsin. Jones wasn’t laughing at the competition. He was just taken aback by any question requiring him to think about anything beyond his team’s game against the Wolverines.Reflecting after Ohio State’s 48-3 victory against Michigan State, defensive end Nick Bosa said the Buckeyes entered their game against Iowa having lacked focus throughout that week of practice. As a result, they lost 55-24. They have worked to make sure that does not happen again, especially versus their chief rival.Ohio State ingrains hatred for Michigan in the heads of its players from the moment they walk onto campus. The coaching staff raises a win against the Wolverines from a goal to an expectation.“I would say darned near every day you’re here you get reminded of the game,” head coach Urban Meyer said. “From [strength and conditioning] coach Mick [Marotti] in the offseason to myself in spring ball and training camp, we have periods devoted to this game during practice.”It does not take much time for players to realize the importance of “The Game.” Often called the greatest rivalry in sports, Ohio State-Michigan transcends the game of football and becomes a battle between good and evil for those involved. To Buckeyes, Michigan’s Maize and Blue are the colors of the enemy. No Wolverine would even think to own anything adorned with Ohio State’s Scarlet and Gray.For that reason, Ohio State’s Big Ten championship hopes and College Football Playoff chances have taken a backseat to Saturday’s game in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nothing else matters to the Buckeyes right now.“Whenever we play a game, after that game is over, for the most part [Meyer] gives us our next mission, which is the next team,” redshirt senior linebacker Chris Worley said after Saturday’s game. “Make no mistake about it, he definitely put a little more emphasis on that.”This kind of rivalry, the type that can put postseason games on the backburner, has become more of a rarity each year. The standard of rivalry games has begun to stand out even more with the dissipation of other games.Nebraska moved from the Big 12 to the Big Ten and no longer takes on Oklahoma every year. West Virginia’s heated rivalry game with Pittsburgh, hailed as the “Backyard Brawl,” ended when the Mountaineers left the decaying Big East for the Big 12. Texas and Texas A&M no longer play annually because the Aggies left the Big 12 for the SEC. Yet, “The Game” remains intact. And it isn’t going anywhere. Players on either team don’t have to choose whether they would rather win a conference championship or beat their rival. But if they had to make a decision, make no mistake, they would choose beating their rivals. The Wolverines enter this game with little left to play for while Ohio State’s postseason hopes hang in the balance.Just a couple weeks ago — after the Hawkeyes shocked the college football landscape by embarrassing the Buckeyes in front of a packed crowd in Iowa City, Iowa — playoff hopes seemed impossible with the Big Ten championship being a consolation prize for a team with a playoff-or-bust attitude.Now, with the possibility of becoming the first two-loss playoff team increasing, a win against Michigan has added stakes that weren’t apparent just weeks ago. It has become a gateway to the playoff for Ohio State. If it loses, all hope will be eliminated. But if the Buckeyes win, the possibility remains. No one inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center will publicly entertain the possibilities, though.During the week leading up to last week’s game against Illinois, Meyer shut down questions of anything beyond the upcoming game. He amped up the classic one-game-at-a-time approach coaches tend to employ. But just because Ohio State coaches and players will not discuss the high stakes behind the game does not mean they do not exist. Not only do they exist, the stakes are at their peak because the week has arrived. The playoff chase will continue for Ohio State, but only with a win Saturday against Michigan. read more

first_imgFormer Real Madrid striker Fernando Morientes feels that Mariano Diaz was a necessary addition to the squad following Cristiano Ronaldo’s exitThe Spanish striker was resigned by Los Blancos last week from Ligue 1 side Lyon in a €23M deal on a five-year contract.Mariano has big boots to fill at the Santiago Bernabeu after being given the number 7 shirt previously worn by Ronaldo.And Morientes, who himself scored 91 goals in 242 games for Real, feels that Mariano was a necessary signing for new coach Julen Lopetegui.“Mariano is a traditional 9, finisher, the player that Real Madrid needed,” he said on AS.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“He is very complete and very good, he’s going to have minutes. Benzema is a ’10’ who moves in the middle, but Madrid didn’t have the type of pure central striker that can reminds me of my time. He is the player in the area that doesn’t forgive.”Morientes, who played for Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco and Olympique Marseille, feels that it’s wrong to try to devalue Mariano for playing in France.“They say that he played in the French league trying to detract him his value, but the French league is where the young players are being developed in Europe,” he said.The 42-year-old also backed fellow Spaniard Isco to become a leader in the middle of the Real midfield.last_img read more

first_imgMarcus Rashford has reportedly decided to stay and fight for his Manchester United future, despite a lack of recent first-team footballThe young striker has made just one start in United’s opening four Premier League games and will now serve a three-match suspension following his red card in the 2-0 win over Burnley last time out.But Rashford gave United coach Jose Mourinho a timely reminder of what he is capable of by scoring both of England’s goals in their double-header with Spain and then Switzerland during the recent international break.The 20-year-old’s displays have led to suggestions that he should seek a move away from Old Trafford in order to gain more regular playing opportunities elsewhere and, ideally, in his favoured position.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.Rashford is understood to favour playing either through the middle or as a number 10, although Mourinho often deploys him on the left wing at United.But the Daily Mirror claims Rashford is determined to prove himself at the Red Devils and will not contemplate a departure.Rashford has scored 32 goals and provided 17 assists in 126 appearances in all competitions for United since debuting in the 2015/16 season.last_img read more

first_imgAtletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone insists the end of the longtime tussle between two of football’s greatest superstars is a good thing for the Spanish league.The Argentine gaffer believes LaLiga has become a more interesting and competitive league now the emphasis has shifted from Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo’s battle for silverware.Los Colcheneros squandered a glorious chance to temporarily go top on Saturday as Filipe Luis’ second-half header was cancelled out by Mario Gaspar’s deflected strike in a 1-1 draw at lowly Villarreal.“LaLiga is fantastic at the moment,” the Rojiblancos boss told a news conference, according to FourFourTwo.FC Barcelona, Valencia CFMatch Preview: Barcelona vs Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Is derby time in La Liga, as Barcelona welcomes Valencia to the Camp Nou Stadium tonight at 21:00 (CET).“It’s chaotic, all the teams are competing and fighting for points. It’s much more competitive than when Ronaldo and Messi defined the championship.”“We are only thinking about ourselves. Today was a tough, intense game against a strong rival. We tried to play hard in the first half to counter [Villarreal’s] need for the win.”“In the second half, we understood that we could try to be more offensive in order to exploit the spaces they left.”“We scored a goal and then they equalised. In the end they could have scored the second and so could have we with Lemar’s chance.”last_img read more

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