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first_imgLeonard C Bauer, of Moores Hill, Indiana, passed away October 30, 2017 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born July 3, 1926 in Aurora, IN, son of the late Leonard George and Irene Pastner Bauer.Leonard served his country during WWII as a member of the United States Army and Army Air Corp.He worked as a machinist for Fernald, retiring after over 37 years of service.Leonard was a lifetime member of St Mary’s Catholic Church. He loved farming, and enjoyed the cattle. Leonard loved to be outdoors, and had a great sense of humor. He had a strong faith, and loved his family.Surviving are his wife of 64 years, Agnes Bauer of Moores Hill, IN; children, Leonard (Barb) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Martha (Bill) Bishop of Moores Hill, IN, Michael (Amy) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Mark (Juanita) Bauer of Moores Hill, IN, Daniel (Sherry) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Michelle (Marty) Short of Moores Hill, IN;siblings, Richard (Rhodonna) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Mary (Dick Snell) Cornelius of Burlington, KY; two Sister-in-laws, Mary Jo (late Bob) Bauer of Monroe, OH, Jean (late Raymond) Bauer of Aurora, IN; grandchildren, Erica (Brian) Alsip, Greg (Rachel) Bishop, Kevin Bishop, Alison (Marshall) Williamson, Mikey Bauer, Kristen Bauer, Danielle Bauer, Matthew Bauer, Robert Schwarz, Joshua Schwarz; great-grandchildren, Conner and Zeke Alsip, Katherine and Rebecca Bishop, Kolt Klayman, and several step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by brothers, Raymond Bauer, and Bob Bauer.Friends will be received at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Aurora, Indiana, Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 am, with Father Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will follow in the Greendale Cemetery, Greendale, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the St Mary’s Catholic Church, St Mary’s School, or Moores Hill Life Squad. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

first_imgThe Minnesota congresswoman has repeatedly drawn controversy over comments on Israel, which some lawmakers from both sides have condemned as anti-Semitic.“The House has passed two resolutions that served as rebukes of her remarks, one specifically rejecting anti-Semitism and another combating hate speech,” reports say.Related content:Trump blasts Rep. Ilhan Omar for 9/11 remarks, Dems fire back Rep. Ilhan Omar said she had received an increase in direct threats against her life after President Trump tweeted a video mixing footage of her giving a speech with footage of the 9/11 attacks.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Sunday that she is seeking protection for the Minnesota congresswoman due to increased death threats following tweets from the president.President Trump took to Twitter to respond following Pelosi’s announcement citing Omar’s “anti-Semitic” statements as an issue.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 12, 2019 at 6:05 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected] Alexa Romero walked off the field minutes after delivering one of her most dominant performances of the season. After asking how many strikeouts she had — 11, her second-most this season — she put her hands over her face.“Because I’m not that pitcher,” Romero said of her surprise.But on Friday, Romero was that pitcher.The combination of the wind and the spin kept her pitches moving and baffled the Duke hitters for the entire afternoon. Romero threw six shutout innings, fanning 11 Blue Devils, the third consecutive start in which she has struck out at least 10. While the Syracuse bats failed to register a hit until the fifth inning, Romero’s dominance propelled the Orange (18-20, 7-6 Atlantic Coast) over Duke (21-23, 8-8), 4-0, for their ninth win in 11 games.“I just really kept spinning the ball. I knew if I spun my ball as hard as I can, the ball was going to go somewhere,” Romero said. “It was either going to be really good or really bad, and fortunately it was really good. My stuff was really moving today.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWith winds gusting upward of 30 miles per hour, it took Romero a few batters to gather herself and deliver. Of Romero’s first eight pitches on Friday afternoon, zero were strikes.The sixth pitch, which Romero thought was right down the middle, was called a ball.“You’ve got to be kidding me,” she muttered.The next three batters all popped out, barely contacting Romero’s rise ball. She needed just five pitches to get out of the jam.Romero said she noticed on film that the Duke hitters like to crowd the plate. This meant she could work inside early in the count, running rise balls in on hitters, especially righties. Then, she could finish off hitters outside. The first inning, two of the three hitters that popped out weakly were jammed.Pitching into a strong wind the entire afternoon, Romero and pitching coach Miranda Kramer made adjustments during her pregame bullpen session. She focused on using more strength and power in her legs to push-off more and deliver the ball.After the first, she began a run of strikeouts. Romero only frequents two pitches, the rise and the curve, and both stifled Duke on Friday. Once she got into a groove, she moved pitches inside-and-out, up-and-down with ease. The second inning, she needed just 13 pitches to strikeout the side.In the third, after an opening strikeout, Romero allowed a walk and the only hit of the day with just one out. On one of her few mistake pitches, Romero threw a rise ball right down the middle to Deja Davis while leading 0-2 in the count. Davis singled to center, one of only four times the Blue Devils hit the ball out of the infield. While SU couldn’t break through and find open gaps and hits, Duke couldn’t muster solid contact most of the game.“Alexa doing that out there is the most comfortable thing to play behind,” senior Alicia Hansen said. “If it wasn’t for her the score could have been a lot different.”Even after the single, Romero needed just six pitches to down the next two hitters, as she fooled Rachel Abboud with a pitch right down the middle and Kristina Foreman skied out on a rise ball.When Duke again had two runners on from a walk and hit by pitch in the fifth inning, Romero struck out Davis and Abboud on seven pitches, not throwing a ball. Time after time, she pounded each edge of the strike zone. After each strikeout, Romero turned to the bench and dabbed with her left arm.The two strikeouts to end the fifth were the last real chance Duke had of scoring. In both the sixth and seventh innings, Romero now had a lead.“Getting those four runs felt really good. I knew I didn’t have to press really hard and really really hit the zone,” Romero said. “Having that little comfort helped a lot.”The SU ace didn’t give the Blue Devils any hope of a rally. The sixth and seventh innings required just 11 minutes of real time and 22 pitches. Six batters up, six batters down. Romero struck out the final two hitters with neither coming close to contact on their final swings. Commentslast_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Thursday is National Senior Health and Fitness Day.This day encourages seniors to stay active and healthy. Seniors participated in different exercises for a few hours. Over one hundred  seniors packed into the Alpena Senior Center. “Some people need more leg strength, some need more arm strength, so it just depends on their situation,” said Cindy Josey. “We try to cover it all.”Josey is the in–home service coordinator at the center. She designs simple exercises to help seniors continue leading active lives each week, whether that’s through curls, raises, or utilizing bands.“Our group keeps growing and growing… it’s just really good to see, and during the exercises, I mentioned that we had more men than we’ve had in as long as I’ve been doing this,” said Josey.The exercises and stretches help build balance, strength, and flexibility. Not only are seniors growing in all of these physical aspects, they grow socially as well.“A lot of them do have a great social life, but some don’t, so this is a great place for them to come and meet new people and do fun things,” said Josey.These little exercises, tips, and friends can help them age gracefully in life.The seniors also had the chance to ask questions and learn different tips to staying safe while being active. Andrew Doubek from Thunder Bay Therapy answered these questions and provided advice for the group. Both before and after exercise, the center offered healthy food options for the seniors to enjoy.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Senior Center, exercise, healthy eating, National Senior Health and Fitness Day, Senior Center, senior livingContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan State Police cracks down over Memorial Day weekendNext MSP Sergeant save toddler from being hit by a dump trucklast_img read more