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first_img three-year contract. His success continues with obtaining the ending points of the Des Moines Register’sAnnual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) in 2008, 2011, 2015 and 2018. The RAGBRAI is the oldest, largest and longest multi-day recreational bicycle touring event in the world, drawing riders from across the United States and many foreign countries.Taylor’s knowledge of sporting events extends past hosting large scale events, as he has also overseen the operations of the Quad Cities Sports Commission for many years.His extensive background in sporting events is complimented with an incredible knowledge of hosting meetings and conventions, the river boat cruise industry and partnering in riverfront development and gaming.“I want to thank the commission and the many community leaders whom I met during the selection process for putting the destination marketing of Evansville in my hands”, said Taylor. “I am thrilled to be named Executive Director of the Evansville CVB as Evansville is a dynamic community that I am excited to use my skills and abilities to continue to grow the region on the strong foundation that is in place. Iwas particularly impressed with the community’s hospitality and leadership that demonstratedEvansville is a welcoming, thriving destination that wants to grow even more. Evansville is similar to the Quad Cities in many ways so my immediate plan is to listen and learn so I can hit the ground running in selling and marketing this fantastic destination.” The Evansville Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to announce the hiring of Joe Taylor as incoming Executive Director upon current Executive Director, Bob Warren’sretirement. An extensive nationwide search guided by an executive search firm and local committee was conducted.“We are delighted that through the national search process we were able to find someone with JoeTaylor’s experience and tenure in the industry. The Evansville Convention & Visitors Bureau has successfully accomplished a significant number of new programs that have sparked vibrant industry growth and development. We are confident that Joe will bring the energy, skills and knowledge necessary to keep our positive momentum moving forward for years to come. We look forward to Joe leading our Team, with an anticipated start date of June 4, 2018”, said John Chaszar, President of the Board of Commissioners and Selection Committee Chairman.Taylor comes to Evansville from the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau where he has served as President/CEO from May 1998 to present. The Quad Cities CVB consists of Davenport/Bettendorf, Iowa and Rock Island/Moline, Illinois. During his tenure at the Quad Cities CVB, he was responsible for growing the two-state, multi-jurisdictional CVB with annual budget of $1.3 million and multiple offices serving metropolitan and rural areas with a regional population of 350,000. He is also noted for leading the accreditation of the Quad Cities CVB by Destination Marketing Association International (DMAI), and was among the first 40 CVB’s in the world to achieve accreditation in 2008. The accreditation continues to date.In addition to the Quad Cities CVB accreditation, Taylor is recognized for having a history of hosting large scale events. As President/CEO of the Quad Cities CVB, he successfully secured the Women’sInternational Bowling Congress in 1998; the National Trails Symposium in 2006; and the Missouri ValleyConference women’s basketball tournament in 2016, 2017 and 2018, with 2019 added to the originalcenter_img FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more


first_imgIf Luis Enrique’s men are able to complete that remarkable comeback and progress to the final then it is possible there could be issues with Messi and Neymar – who both have proceedings surrounding tax evasion ongoing – gaining entry to the country.UEFA President, Aleksander Ceferin, who warned Brexit could damage Great Britain’s hopes of hosting major tournaments, yesterday expressed his worries with the rule.Ceferin’s concerns were sparked by the refusal to allow PSG defender Serge Aurier who was appealing a conviction for assault into the UK during the French team’s group stage clash with Arsenal last November.Wembley is to play host to the semi-finals and the final of Euro 2020 and, while Ceferin and UEFA are committed to those games being held in London, he believes Brexit may stymie any hopes Britain has of hosting either Euro 2028 or the 2030 World Cup – with England’s Football Association having expressed an interest in both competitions.“If ‘Brexit’ happens, everything changes,” Ceferin told The New York Times. “But football was played before, and it will be played in the future. Now, with free movement in the European Union, it is much better.“I was very disappointed when Aurier, from PSG, was not allowed to enter England.“That will worsen when Brexit happens, especially if the reasons were as formal. We could have a serious problem.“If we see that players cannot enter because they have any sort of procedure ongoing, then we will simply think if we should play our European matches there.“Neymar and Lionel Messi both have (tax evasion) procedures going on. This year, the Champions League final is in Cardiff. Imagine if they did not let them in.“That is a big thing for us, if players from England can travel anywhere but players from other teams cannot travel to England. With free movement in Europe, it is much better.“Even in 2020, if Brexit has happened, then it can be a big problem for fans. That stays firm, and we will speak to the British government, and I am sure the English Football Association will help us.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUELionel Messi and Neymar may not be allowed to enter the United Kingdom for this year’s Champions League final if their Spanish team, Barcelona, makes it to the last match.First, Barcelona will need to turn around a 4-0 last-16 first-leg deficit to Paris Saint-Germain to keep their hopes of playing in the final alive. Cardiff’s Principality Stadium is scheduled to host the final on June 6.last_img read more


first_imgMikel Arteta’s penalty secured a third consecutive Premier League victory for Arsenal for the first time since March.Arouna Kone wasted the Latics’ best chance when he broke clear but failed to hit the target in the first-half.Arteta scored from the spot just before the hour after Jean Beausejour was penalised for a challenge on Theo Walcott, who again played as a striker.Wigan have lost six of their last eight games and are in the bottom three at Christmas for the third straight year. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger joked about coming through a “super crisis” after the 5-2 win at Reading on Monday.And the Frenchman will take a large measure of satisfaction with the way his team, who were unspectacular but efficient, dealt with a difficult afternoon at the DW Stadium. With festive matches against Newcastle and Southampton to come, Wenger will be confident that his team can enter the new year with a tight grip on a top-four spot.Although he earned the penalty, Walcott, whose future remains uncertain, was deprived of service for much of the game and the closest he came to scoring himself was a second-half free-kick.But his contribution was enough to provide yet more frustration for Wigan.The absence of four of his centre-backs forced Wigan manager Roberto Martinez to employ a back four rather than his favoured three-man defence.With Antonio Lopez out for 10 weeks, he will be desperate for Gary Caldwell, Ivan Ramis and Antolin Alcaraz to return to action over the festive period. Martinez did cause Arsenal uncertainty when James McCarthy lined up as a third centre-back at the kick off only to take up his usual position in midfield seconds later.But Arsenal began well and after Arteta was allowed to carry the ball from halfway, he fed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, whose drive was pushed past the post by Ali Al Habsi.For all of their selection issues, Wigan played with purpose and Kone should have done better when he beat Jack Wilshere and Thomas Vermaelen before hitting a tame shot straight at Wojciech Szczesny.The Ivory Coast striker threatened again when he was played through by Franco Di Santo and tore away from Per Mertesacker but his shot squirmed wide.Wigan full-backs Ronnie Stam and Jean Beausejour were still getting forward at every opportunity despite only having two centre-backs behind them. And after the interval, Arsenal began to exploit the space behind Beausejour, with Oxlade-Chamberlain having one cross cut out and then picking out Walcott, who was denied from close-range by Al Habsi.It was a policy that paid off just before the hour when Walcott dropped wide and swapped passes with Santi Cazorla before going down under Beausejour’s challenge.Arteta waited for Al Habsi to dive and stroked in his third successful penalty of the season.Wigan responded with Kone cutting in from the left and forcing a save from Szczesny and Maynor Figueroa had a drive held by the goalkeeper.David Jones thumped a shot narrowly wide from just outside the area but Arsenal came through a nervous finish to take the points. Wigan boss Roberto Martinez: “That first goal was going to be crucial. The penalty was very soft. Theo was very clever.“At the other end, it was a clear penalty [for a handball against Kieran Gibbs] because the hands were not in a natural position.“We are going through a spell where the calls are not going for us, but I am proud of the players. Once all the players are back we will get the rewards.”Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: “It was hard-fought. Wigan are a good side. We were not as good, sharp and fluent as Monday [when beating Reading].“It was a tough game and Wigan can surprise a lot of teams. Once we were 1-0 up it was all Wigan but we were well organised. It looked like from outside [that it was a penalty for us].” Asked if Theo can play up front, he added: “I am convinced he can do that. Today he didn’t get that much service but he worked hard and got us the penalty.”last_img read more


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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Submitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016:Friday•Basketball, Wellington at Augusta.•Wrestling at Rose Hill, 11 a.m.•Special K Basketball at Wellington, 1 p.m.Saturday•ACT Test.•Wrestling at Rose Hill, 10 a.m.•JV wrestling at Wichita South, 9 a.m.Today’s lunch — Sloppy Joe, Potato Wedges, Baked Beans, Mixed Fruit, Tostitos and Milk.Monday’s lunch — Chili, Tortilla Chips, Celery and Cucumbers, Cinnamon Roll, Peaches and Milk.Today’s News: *C-Team Boys and Girls basketball will be out at 2:30 today.  Varsity and JV Girls Basketball will be out at 2:20.  They will be marked Activity.*NHS will be having a fundraiser for the newly established Patti Sober Memorial Scholarship on Tuesday, February 9th during the basketball games at the high school. The 1st person to tweet the correct number of flyers that are hung up around the school will win a free surprise dessert with their meal. Tweet your guess @NHS Crusaders to be eligible.*Congratulations to the January Students of the Month:9th- Kayla Billington10th- Jacob McDonald11th- Kayma Brand12th- Kyle Robbins* There will be a Track Meeting on Monday from 3:15-3:20 in the weight room.*Senior Boys: If you are interested in dancing for the pep assembly next Friday, please meet in the High School Commons on Sunday @ 3:00!*The Homecoming Coronation will take place following the boys basketball game on Friday, February 12th. The homecoming dance will be immediately afterward. You can pre-order tickets for the dance during lunch next week for $3, or pay $5 at the door. There is a song suggestion box in Ms. Vaughn’s room. You can turn in suggestions until next Wednesday. You can sign-up out of town dates in the office. They need to be signed up by next Thursday.*Any sophomore who did not attend the Jostens meeting on Tuesday can stop in the counselors office to pick up a class ring packet. Packets are due on Tuesday, February 9th during lunch.*Homecoming is next week. Spirit week days are:Monday- ‘Merica MondayTuesday- Twinning TuesdayWednesday- Camo WednesdayThursday- Tie Dye ThursdayFriday- School Pride Friday*Has Valentine’s Day snuck up on you this year? Do you want to get something special for that special someone? Are you just craving a cookie? The leadership class will be selling Valentine’s day cookie grams during lunch February 8th,9th and 10th to be delivered on Friday February 12th.*Circle of Friends SOC Walk is on February 13th. Anyone wanting to join Ms. Gray at SOC this year will need to get a form from her and return it by February 5th to reserve a t-shirt. Let’s fill the bus!*Students and Staff: Today at 1:10 is our 1 and only home basketball game for Special K. It will only cost $1 for students to get into the game. Please give your money to your 7th hour teacher. Lets fill the stands with fans. Come out and support our team!*Hey Everyone! The day of Love is upon us and what better way to show your sweetheart or friend you care than by sending a Valengram to them! Valengrams will be sold at lunch today or you can talk to a choir member about how to purchase one! Please sign-up by Feb 8th!*Just a reminder- Please remember to donate to the Eisenhower shoe drive. You can put new or gently used shoes in the big orange box in the commons.Guidance news:Thursday, Feb. 11, Fort Hays State.Wednesday, Feb. 24 – Wichita State.Wednesday, April 20 – Butler Community Colleges.Today is National…National Weatherperson’s DayNational Wear Red Day.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more


first_imgBelle Plaine PD3 Straughter, Tyree Donelle38Wichita  KS1400 E.16th Wellington KSWellington PDDWS9/22/16         Monday 0600  to  Monday 0600  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 9/19/2016 thru 9/26/2016  Toner, Thomas William21Springfield MOClay County Sherrif/Detention, MissouriSumner CoFTA9/20/16 Beltz, James Jacob26Belle Plaine KS521 W. 5th, Belle Plaine KSSumner CoPV, FTA9/22/16 Jones, Stephen Edward49Belle Plaine KS610 E Hillside Wellington KSSumner CoPV9/19/16 KRGC0 Sumner Co17 Glover, Edward Charles45Wellington KS1700 Blk N A St Wellington, KSWellington PDDWS, No insurance9/19/16 Escobar, Jeanne Lee45Wellington KS501 N Washington Wellington, KsSumner CoPV9/21/16 Caldwell PD0 Tran, Phat Minh26Wichita KSSGSO JailBookingsFTA9/22/16 Sedgwick Co44 Lachapelle, Scott David33Mayville ND1001 E. 16th, WellingtonWellington PDDV battery9/20/16 Seaton, Floyd Robert32Belle Plaine KS617 N Lincoln Belle PlaineBelle Plaine PDCriminal Restraint, Battery9/19/16 Drake, Hailey Elizabeth19Wellington KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSumner CoPV9/23/16 Falls, Brenton Ryan34Wellington KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSumner CoPV9/23/16 McCracken, Casey Dwayne32Wellington KS14th and A St. Wellington, KsWellington PDDUI9/22/16 Conway Springs PD1 Eckstrom, Caleb Crist42Argonia KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSumner CoPV9/23/16 Nunnelley, Mark Andrew55South Haven KSI 35 MP 16, Wellington, KSKHPFTA9/23/16 Hamlett, Calvin Oren32Milton KS1225 Walnut, Milton KSSumner CoFTA9/24/16 Godbout, Sean Collin27Wichita KSMM 5.8 I35 South Haven KSSumner CoDUI, DWS, Poss of a firearm while under the influence9/22/16 Corter, Jeremy Wayne-Edward29Wellington KS815 N woodlawn #124, Wellington, KSWellington PDCriminal treaspass9/20/16 Davis, Alex Dee18Wichita KSSGSO JailBookingsPV9/23/16 Jarvi, Tyler Alan26Augusta KS160 Highway Oxford KSMulvane PDTheft, Driving while a habitual9/19/16 Wellington PD8 Jackson, Bret Allen50Peck KS300 N US 81 Wellington KsSumner CoDUI, DWS9/25/16 Fraser, Shane Anthony31Belle Plaine KS1115 N. Burrows  Belle Plaine, KSBelle Plaine PDDV Battery9/23/16 McKinney, Brandy Nicchole36Caldwell KS421 N Market St., Caldwell KSCaldwell PDFTA x29/20/16 Roth, Ethan William21Conway Springs KS314 N. 7th St., Conway Springs, KSConway Springs PDBurglary9/23/16 Carbajal, Max26Wichita KSSGSO JailBookingsFTA9/22/16 Williams, Diamond Jewel33Wichita KS119th St S. and Broadway, Mulvane, KSMulvane PDFTA9/23/16 Nielsen, Caleb Lynn31Milton KS1224 Walnut, Milton KSSumner CoFTA9/24/16 Barber Co0                  Total34 Garrett, Dwyant Darnell28Wichita KS1402 Michigan Apt. E Wellington, KsWellington PDCriminal Threat9/25/16 Sumner Newscow report — The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Sept. 19 – Sept. 26, 2016 weekly jail bookings are as follows:  Bookings Cochran, Jan LaRee40Caldwell KS414 S. Osage, Caldwell, KSSumner CoPV9/23/16 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest Heatwole, Robert Lee Jr57Wichita KS211 N. Second, Mulvane, KSMulvane PDFTA9/23/16 KHP2 Sazama, Jessica Caro31Wichita KS300 S. US 81, Wellington, KSWellington PDDWS9/21/16 Weidner, Tina Kay29Wellington KS501 N. washingtonSumner CoPVx29/19/16 Mulvane PD3 Terry, Michael Jordan22Wellington KS200 N Cst Wellington KsWellington PDDV Battery, Criminal damage to Property, Interference w/LEO9/20/16 Miller, Laramie Wade31Wichita KSSedgwick CountyBookingsPV9/20/16 Oxford PD0 Seaton, Floyd Robert32Belle Plaine KS500 Black N. Lincoln, Belle Plaine, KSBelle Plaine PDBattery, Criminal restraint9/22/16 Berry, Nicholas Ryan26Peck KSI-35 MP 33, Mulvane, KansasKHPPoss of opiate, Poss of para9/19/16 Total78last_img read more


first_imgFollowing a landslide on Monday night due to heavy rain, the Peace River Regional District issued a warning for residents to stay away from the Beatton River.Greig Bethel of the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations confirmed that this ministry, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, and the BC Oil and Gas Commission inspected the site fully on Tuesday, and now  it is difficult to forecast when this slide will become inactive, as more slipping could occur any time.“This landslide was a natural event and this is not the first time it has happened,” Bethel wrote in an e-mail to Energetic City. “The Beatton River and its tributaries are inherently unstable and occasionally subject to large, rapid landslides moving on low gradients.”- Advertisement -According to the Ministry, flooding was minimal and impact to resource users and residents appears to be minimal overall.He adds that an immediately impacted landowner at the slide area has erected an electric fence adjacent to the site, to keep livestock safely away.The Province is echoing the PRRD in asking people to stay away from the Beatton River at this time – from the slide area all the way down to the meeting of the Beatton and Peace rivers.Advertisement Bethel said that the Cecil Lake Bridge is well above the Beatton River, and was not impacted by this event, but the bridge site is being monitored.last_img read more