The suspect was detained in the custodialfacility of the Bacolod City Police Office Station 9. Police served him the warrant inrelation to rape charges he faces. ILOILO City – He was listed as the No. 4most wanted person in the municipal police station of Lemery, Iloilo. He was nabbed on the strength of anarrest warrant in Barangay Sum-ag, Bacolod City around 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 24,the report added. The 33-year-old Rommel Apaches washiding from the police for about a year, a police report showed. The court recommended no bail bond forthe suspect’s temporary liberty./PN
The 7th grade Bulldogs lost at the Greendale Bengals 22 – 6 on Tuesday night.Brayden Linkel had an interception for the defense. Jacob Cruse and Drew Kiefer also had good games on that side of the ball. Batesville’s touchdown came on a 41 yard TD pass from Seth Gausman to Ethan Baumer. Hank Nobbe, JT Linkel, and Owen Hudepohl led the offensive line.The Batesville Middle School 8th grade football team traveled to Lawrenceburg High School on Tuesday night and defeated Greendale Middle School 36-0. Scoring either touchdowns or extra points for the Bulldogs were Lane Oesterling, Trey Heidlage, Stephanie Nobbe, Devin Scripture, Danny Aylor and Luke Belter.The defense was led again by Devin Scripture and Trey Heidlage who both scored defensive touchdowns. Also playing well defensively were Seth King, Devin Meeks and Adam Bedel.This was third shutout in a row for the 8th grade Bulldogs.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coaches Tony Gausman and Clay Kellerman.
In addition to the patients she serves in her office and at Margaret Mary Health, Dr. Robertson serves as the director of nursing for the Sisters of St. Francis where she regularly provides care to sisters who are too ill to travel. “As a testament to her ability to relate to her patients, Dr. Robertson is the most requested physician for the sisters when they are in need of care,” said Diana Schutte, director of nursing for the Sisters of St. Francis. “She’s just wonderful. She looks at the individuality of each patient and addresses them in a way they can understand, especially when caring for patients with dementia.” Batesville, In. — Dr. Mary Robertson recently received the Indiana Doc Hollywood Award at the 2017 Indiana Rural Health Association’s annual conference. This award recognizes individuals who care professionally for those in rural areas across the nation. An internal medicine physician in Batesville, Dr. Robertson was one of four physicians in the state of Indiana who received the honor.Dr. Robertson’s nomination was a compilation of both professional and patient testimonials that showcased her reputation for being a genuinely caring physician. Not only was she recognized for providing excellent care to her patients, but the award was also given for her role in mentoring students and volunteering in the community.Dr. Robertson moved from Chicago to Batesville in 2000 to open her medical practice. Since that time, she has provided compassionate care to a number of patients not only in her office, but at Margaret Mary Health. When asked to describe Dr. Robertson, many of her patients are quick to point out how meticulous she is when making a diagnosis or determining a treatment plan. “Mary leaves no stone unturned – continually delving into medical issues until she is totally convinced the course she is recommending is concise and thorough,” said Judy Laudick, a patient since 2000. Despite the time and dedication it takes to be a mentor to students, Dr. Robertson has welcomed them into her practice so they can work alongside her to better understand what it takes to be a healthcare provider in a rural community.“Mary is a large part of the reason I am a practicing dentist today, emulating what she has done for so many years,” said Amy Feller-Morrin. “On many occasions, I watched Mary balance the life of a full-time professional working mother in a small community. Mary has always been a role model to me.”Anyone who knows Dr. Robertson knows she not only cares about her patients, but she cares about the entire community. Not only does Dr. Robertson support many sporting events and fundraisers in the community, she has volunteered her time on many occasions to speak at community seminars on topics ranging from cancer and heart disease to diabetes and women’s health. She has also assisted with sports physicals for student athletes.An advocate for those who are underinsured, Dr. Robertson devotes countless hours to helping patients get the treatment and medications they need, regardless of their ability to pay. She also volunteers regularly at the Southeast Indiana Health Center (SEIHC), a local clinic that provides medical care to those who can’t afford it.“Since opening our doors in 2013, Dr. Robertson has been a true supporter of the Southeast Indiana Health Center,” said Paul Tyrer, SEIHC manager. “From personally transporting a patient to the emergency room to seeing patients outside of clinic hours, Dr. Robertson’s care and compassion goes beyond caring for the sick.”Perhaps most impressive of all of Dr. Robertson’s feats is her ability to run a successful medical practice while raising a family of her own. Dr. Robertson and her husband, Mike, have three children and seven grandchildren. She is a very active grandma, and her grandkids affectionately call her “Lola.” With six siblings of her own, she also values being involved with her very large, extended family.
FORT DODGE, Iowa – Top 10 finishers in point standings for four special series receive product certificates from fifth-year IMCA sponsor CPD Racing Tools. Fifty dollar product certificates, good toward shock services from the Fort Dodge, Iowa, manufacturer, go to competitors in the Deery Brothers Summer Series for Late Models, the XSAN Hawkeye Dirt Tour for Modifieds and the Kupper Chevrolet Dakota Classic Tour for Modifieds and Stock Cars. Drivers who lead the most main event laps over the course of those series each receive $200 product certificates for a complete electric tire station.Information about CPD products and services is available by calling 515 570-4329 and at the www.cpdracingtools.com website. “The battle to lead the most laps is an interesting one, and specifically with the Deery Brothers Summer Series last year when it came down to the last night and a tiebreaker, as both champion Brian Harris and runner-up Justin Kay led an identical 171 laps on the season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “I hope the competition is just as fierce this year in each of the four series.”
MISBAH-ul-Haq views Pakistan’s rise to the top of the ICC Test rankings for the first time as “not a destination but part of a journey”.Pakistan replaced fierce rivals India as the top-ranked side in the world in the longest format when Virat Kohli’s side drew their fourth and final Test against West Indies in Port of Spain yesterday, with four of the five days abandoned due to a wet outfield.A 2-2 draw in England enabled Pakistan to leapfrog India, who won 2-0 in the Caribbean but still drop to second in the rankings.Pakistan have achieved the feat despite not having played a Test in their homeland since 2009 due to concerns over security and captain Misbah, 42, feels there is more to come.“There is no greater feeling than to achieve the number one ranking in the most traditional and purest format of the sport. This is what cricketers play for and want to achieve in their careers,” said the veteran batsman.“Number one ranking is a reward for something we had planned as a group a few years ago and have worked extremely hard to achieve it. To top the Test table, which boasts some of the best sides and players, is something to be very proud of.“I want to compliment everyone who has been involved in the process, including all the players, the support personnel, the management, as well as our loyal fans and followers who remained committed to us and continued to back and support the side through the good and not-so-good days.“For us, the number one ranking is not a destination but part of a journey. Our long-term objective and strategy is to remain competitive, continue to challenge the top sides with good cricket and once again become the most followed side like the Pakistan teams of yesteryears.“If we can achieve these on a consistent basis, then I am sure there will be more laurels like this down the line.”Australia sit third in the rankings following their 3-0 defeat in Sri Lanka, level on points with England. (Omnisport)
For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Seconds later, delirium turned to disbelief, as Guardiola sank to his knees in the realisation that VAR had revealed an offside earlier in the move.Guardiola described the exit as “cruel.”Winning the Champions League remains the grail for the club’s Abu Dhabi owners after a decade of pouring money into the club, but no one can say they were not entertained.For the much-lauded Catalan coach, though, the elimination continues a pattern of Champions League anguish since he won the title for a second time with his great Barcelona team in 2011.Guardiola’s Barca reign ended in semi-final defeat to Chelsea in 2012 and there were last four exits in each of his three seasons at Bayern Munich. The upturn in City’s standards since he arrived in 2016 is unquestionable, and they could still complete an unprecedented treble of Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup in England.However, it is for Champions League success that Guardiola was pursued so long by City, and in three attempts he has failed to even reach the semi-finals.Guardiola has consistently played down City’s potential as a European powerhouse in his three years in charge, contrasting their lack of historic success to Barca, Bayern and Real Madrid. But it is Monaco, Liverpool and now a Spurs side 16 points adrift of City in the Premier League, that have sent his expensively assembled squad packing in the Champions League. Manchester : Another season will pass without Champions League glory for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, but few will forget the manner in which the quest for a historic quadruple was ended by a combination of Tottenham Hotspur and VAR. Spurs survived a seven-goal thriller on Wednesday night at the Etihad, losing the battle 4-3 but winning the war on away goals thanks to their 1-0 victory in the first leg a titanic quarter-final tie.A match that saw City lead 1-0, trail 2-1, then forge ahead 4-2 to lead the tie for the first time before Fernando Llorente’s controversial decisive goal was allowed to stand after a VAR check for handball, brought one final twist in stoppage time. Guardiola scampered down the touchline in celebration when Raheem Sterling thought he had completed his hat-trick with the goal to take City into the semi-finals for just the second time.
ATLETICO Madrid forward Diego Costa is to face trial on June 4 for tax fraud.According to a court filing, Costa, 31, defrauded the state of more than 1 million euros (£813 000) by not declaring payments of more than 5.15 million euros (£4.19M) from his 2014 move to Chelsea.In addition, he did not declare more than 1 million euros in image rights.Prosecutors in Madrid want the Spain international to be given a six-month prison sentence and a fine of 507 208 euros (£457 128).Spanish law allows sentences below two years for non-violent crimes to be exchanged for a fine, so if found guilty Costa would avoid prison if he paid an additional fine of 36 500 euros (£32 896).Costa re-joined Atletico from Chelsea in 2017.The amounts Costa is alleged to have defrauded the Spanish government in 2014 are accurate using the currency exchange rates at the time.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he is looking for a “miracle” to limit the damage to his title hopes in today’s Singapore Grand Prix. Hamilton has qualified fifth, while championship rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari is on pole, giving the German a strong chance to retake the lead.“Fifth place is definitely not good compared to first,” said Hamilton, who is three points ahead of the German. “I am going to have to figure out how to pull a miracle out of somewhere.”Hamilton said he was pleased with his own performance – he was 0.684 seconds quicker than team-mate Valtteri Bottas – but that the Mercedes was struggling at the tight and twisty Marina Bay street circuit. He ended up 0.635secs slower than Vettel, with the Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo and the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen also ahead of him.“I gave it everything,” said Hamilton, who had won the previous two races in Belgium and Italy. “I got everything I could out of the car. I am happy with my performance, I am just frustrated we weren’t able to be quicker and compete with the Ferraris.“That’s a seriously healthy gap. It’s strange how it goes from one track to another. Hopefully the next races are more in our direction.“We have seen they are very good on the low-speed circuits. The characteristics of our car don’t like this track, that’s for sure.“It is a long circuit with a lot of corners so you imagine one of the shorter circuits where we had the deficits, like Hungary, give it another 10 more corners and it would be very similar there.“It’s just our car does not like this characteristics of this circuit and it’s something we need to improve for next year.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram