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first_img The United States donated nearly $6 million worth of speed boats, equipment and facility construction to the Nicaraguan Navy to bolster their capabilities to fight transnational organized crime. The U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua, Phyllis M. Powers, formally handed over the donation during a ceremony July 26 at the Naval Base in El Bluff, in the town of Bluefields. By Dialogo August 01, 2013 The Chief of the Naval Military Group U.S. Embassy, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert Colon-Cruz, says the new equipment and capabilities will improve Nicaragua’s ability to deal with threats. SOUTHCOM estimates that 90% of the cocaine that reaches the United States transits through Central America and the Caribbean.center_img The grant includes the construction of an operations center, a storage warehouse and a boat ramp with a connecting road to the naval base of El Bluff, and two maritime interception boats. The boats have sufficient patrol range and are capable of intercepting speedboats typically used by traffickers. Five U.S.-trained Nicaraguan sailors will operate and maintain the boats. The Navy of Nicaragua has been successful in countering drug trafficking and other transnational criminal threats despite resource constraints. last_img read more

first_imgGovernor Wolf Signs “Free the Six-Pack” Bill, Continues Liquor Reform (Round-Up) By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant November 16, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Free The Six-Pack,  Liquor Reform,  Round-Up,  The Blog Yesterday, Governor Wolf continued liquor reform in Pennsylvania by signing HB 1196 which allows beer distributors to sell six-packs and continues improving customer convenience.“Pennsylvanians have waited decades to bring their beer and liquor systems into the 21st century,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “I’m proud today to sign this bill, supported by Republicans and Democrats alike, to ensure that the commonwealth is more inviting for customers and businesses.”The law includes improvements to customer convenience, such as retail licensees to begin selling on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. instead of 11:00 a.m. and allows beer and liquor to be sold before, during and after athletic events and consumed outside the club seating and restaurant area.Take a look at the coverage.center_img Lehigh Valley Live: Six-pack, single-bottle sales coming to Pennsylvania beer distributorsGov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday signed into law House Bill 1196, legalizing everything from single-bottle, mix-and-match-six-pack and growler sales at beer distributors to cocktails at sporting events. It follows the start of six-pack licenses going to convenience stores and wine-to-go sales in supermarkets and restaurants, all of which were also approved this year.Central Penn Business Journal: Gov. Wolf signs bill to allow six-pack sales for beer distributorsGov. Tom Wolf today signed legislation that will allow retail beer distributors to sell six-packs, growlers, singles for mix-a-six packs or any other amount of beer they wish to sell. The legislature passed the change, House Bill 1196, last month.Morning Call: Six-packs coming to Pennsylvania beer distributorsBeer distributors have long sought to loosen restrictions on the beer quantities they could sell. The change arrives as state regulators increasingly grant six-pack licenses to convenience stores and after [Governor] Wolf signed sweeping changes to liquor laws allowing wine sales in grocery stores.Reading Eagle: Beer distributors cheer law allowing six-pack salesBuying beer in Pennsylvania is set to become even easier as the new calendar year rolls around, and local business owners are eagerly anticipating the change. Gov. Tom Wolf signed House Bill 1196 Tuesday, allowing the more than 1,000 beer distributors spread throughout the state to sell six-packs of beer. The bill allows distributors to sell in any quantity, including individual 32-ounce bottles, four-packs, and growlers.Associated Press: Gov. Wolf signs law changing beer sales in Pa.Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation Tuesday that will allow the state’s more than 1,000 beer distributors to sell suds in any quantity. That includes individual 32-ounce bottles, four-packs, six-packs and growlers.Philadelphia Business Journal: Gov. Wolf signs bill to allow beer distributors to sell six-packsAfter dealing with the state’s complicated beer and liquor laws for decades, Pennsylvania residents and beer lovers can now buy six-packs at more locations. Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday signed HB1196, thereby allowing beer distributors to sell six-pack beer.ABC 27: Gov. Wolf signs bill to let distributors sell six-packsHouse Bill 1196 also allows bars to start selling on Sundays at 9 a.m. instead of 11 a.m., and it allows manufacturers to ship up to 192 ounces of beer to consumers each month. However, only 96 ounces of a specific beer brand may be shipped in a year. When the law takes effect in 60 days, consumers will be able to buy liquor at sporting venues that currently sell beer.WTAE: Gov. Wolf signs “free the six-pack” billGov. Tom Wolf signed legislation Tuesday that will allow the state’s more than 1,000 beer distributors to sell suds in any quantity. That includes individual 32-ounce bottles, four-packs, six-packs and growlers. The law takes effect in 60 days.   SHARE  TWEET SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

first_imgMrs. Maxine Louise (Krachey) Erickson, age 98, of Bear Branch, Indiana, was born on July 2, 1919 in Wales, North Dakota and passed away at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana. She was the first-born and loving daughter of the late, Vincent James Krachey Sr. and Lillian August (Pfaff) Krachey. She was raised in Wales, North Dakota and in 1935 her family relocated to a farm in Valparaiso, Indiana. She attended high school and graduated from Washington Township High School in 1937. She met and married her high school sweetheart, Leonard John Erickson on September 18, 1938 in Crown Point, Indiana. They had three children, Patricia, John and Sharon, all graduates of Washington Township High School in Valparaiso, Indiana. During World War II when Leonard was in the US Navy, Maxine worked at the Sweetheart Apron Factory in Valparaiso. Later in life she worked at Harvey’s Department Store in Valparaiso, Indiana. On November 22, 1982, Maxine’s beloved husband of 44 years passed away. She will always be remembered for being a loving wife and devoted mother who, along with Leonard, were charter members and lifelong supporters of the Washington Township Evangelical Free Church in Valparaiso, Indiana. Their community service and outreach to members of their community was a wonderful example of “loving thy neighbor as thyself.” Maxine will be deeply missed by her daughters, M Patricia Egan and her husband: James of Mystic, CT and Sharon Louise Agnew of Chatham, IL; her son, John Leonard Erickson and his wife: Laura of Bear Branch, IN; her grandchildren, Colleen Marie Egan of Norwich, CT; Leonard James Egan and his wife: Jen of Brookfield, CT; Matthew Christopher Edic and his wife: Teresa of Columbus, OH; Melissa Colleen (Agnew) Coulter and her husband: Bryan of Springfield, IL and Kathryn Elizabeth (Erickson) Elliot and her husband: Daniel of Floyds Knobs, IN; her great-grandchildren, Brett Egan, Kelsey Egan (Alan Klotz), Erica Bousquett, Riley Egan, William Erickson Edic, Grace Kathryn Edic and Ethan Andrew Coulter; her great-great-grandchildren, Avery and Kendall Klotz; her sister-in-law, Jean Brown and her husband: Bob of Lemont, IL; her brother-in-law, Bruce Glover of Los Angeles, CA; her second-cousin, Barbara (Koerber) Boyson and her husband: John of Houston, TX and her several nieces, nephews cousins and dear friends.She was the last living member of her immediate Krachey family and was preceded in death by her parents, Vincent J. Krachey, Sr., died in 1973 and Lillian (Pfaff) Krachey, died in 1928; her husband, Leonard John Erickson, died November 22, 1982; her brothers, Vincent J. Krachey, Jr. died in 1971 and William Maynard Krachey, died in 2014; her sister, Marie “Betty” Koerber Glover, died in 2016 and her half-brothers, Harvey Calvin Blaisdell, died in 1988 and Earl Elton, died in 2002Friends may call 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Monday, January 15, 2018, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, January 15, 2018, at 6:00 pm, by Pastor Patrick Lanman at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Interment will follow in the Graceland Cemetery, Valparaiso, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be made to Olive Branch Baptist Church, Gideon’s International Memorial Bible Program or Charity of the Donor’s Choice. Cards are available at the funeral home or online at www.haskellandmorrison.comSpecial appreciation goes to the caring staff at Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center for the constant and loving care of Maxine.last_img read more

first_img“We thought we did enough to get a 0-0 but at the end of it, it is a shocking decision… so soft… but it is what it is. The penalty was poor and it is what won them the game,” the South African international told Capital Sport.“We turned the tie around last time and we are confident at home and on a proper pitch where we will be able to play our own style of football. The pitch here was not very good we had to adapt our game to play more direct,” the midfielder further added.He has however acknowledged that Gor Mahia will be a tough nut to crack in the return tie in Pretoria on April 18, but looking back at their home form when they reached the final of the same tournament last season, Furman is more than confident they stand a genuine chance.“They have a decent team and we have seen what they are all about today. They will be difficult to break down. We are disappointed to lose especially with that penalty, but if they open us up and score a good goal in Pretoria then we will lift our hands up and say well done,” Furman further added.Interim coach Kaitano Tembo also acknowledged that Gor is a tough team but just as his captain, he is confident their home advantage will hoist them to a good result and a second consecutive spot in the group stages.Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr (left) shakes hands with his SuperSport United Counterpart Kaitano Tembo while goalkeeper coach Andre Arendse looks on during their CAF COnfederations Cup play-off round match in Machakos on April 8, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“They are a good team; if a team can go and lose 1-0 away in Tunisia against Esperance, it shows they are a formidable team and we can’t take them for granted. They have worked hard for the result and they deserve it,” Tembo said after the game.“We were looking to get try that away goal; at 0-0 it was okay and we could manage the game. I thought probably we should have caught them on transition when they were attacking especially if we were playing in a better pitch where the final pass could have been better,” he added.The tactician has warned they will be going in to ensure they get a win at home, says he expects Gor to travel to Pretoria and try preserve the result which will see them sail through.He has challenged his players to ensure they have quality in their possession and improve on their finishing as they eye a second consecutive group phase berth.The team is faced with a huge dilemma on which competition to give more preference with their fortunes in the PSL dwindling as they continue dipping closer to relegation. Skipper Furman has bluntly said they will be working to preserve their PSL status.“In January alone we played 10 games in 28 days which was very tasking for the players. But we are now fresher, playing well as a team hunger back again. We have to take game by game and hope for good results,” coach Tembo said.Furman added; “No pressure at all, this was great while it lasted last year. Now we got three very important games, our focus is majorly on getting off the relegation zone in the PSL.”SuperSport immediately travelled back to their base in Pretoria and are confronted with a tough tie against Orlando Pirates on Wednesday, then face Cape Town City before taking on Gor in the return tie.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia’s Ernest Wendo vies for the ball with SuperSport United’s Dean Furman during the first leg of a CAF Confederation Cup play-off round in Machakos on April 8, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 9- SuperSport United skipper Dean Furman has blamed a combination of a ‘shocking’ penalty decision and what he termed as a poor pitch for their 1-0 loss to Gor Mahia in a CAF Confederations Cup third round, first leg tie in Machakos on Sunday.Madagascan referee Hamada Nampiandraza pointed straight to the spot in the 77th minute after Meddie Kagere’s header off a Bernard Omondi corner bounced on Grant kekana’s arm, a decision that Furman has termed as ‘completely soft’.last_img read more