Johnnie J. Campbell, 56

first_imgJohnnie J. Campbell, 56, of Greensburg, passed away on Wednesday, December 13, 2017.  Johnnie was born on March 10, 1961 in Greensburg to John R. and Mary J. (Dance) Campbell.  Johnnie is survived by his mother, Mary Huls, Greensburg, sister, Brenda Campbell, Greensburg, and sister-in-law, Sharon Rigby, Indianapolis.  He was preceded in death by his father, John R. Campbell, step-father, Robert Huls, and brother, Keith Rigby.  Private services will be held at a later date.  Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img

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The Latest: F1 chairman Carey hopes for July 5 start

first_imgThe season was due to begin in March but no races have been possible so far.Silverstone circuit managing director Stuart Pringle wrote an email to ticket buyers saying he is “extremely disappointed to tell you that we are unable to stage this year’s British Grand Prix in front of the fans.”Pringle says organizers left the decision for as long as possible “but it is abundantly clear given the current conditions … that a Grand Prix under normal conditions is just not going to be possible.“___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 ___The French Grand Prix has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.The decision further pushes back the start of the Formula One season.The race was scheduled for June 28 on the Paul Ricard circuit in Le Castellet in southern France. The French government has banned public gatherings until mid-July and race organizers decided not to try to postpone the race or try holding it without fans.French GP managing director Eric Boullier says their plans are “already turning towards the summer of 2021 in order to offer our spectators an even more original event.” April 27, 2020 Associated Press F1 chairman Chase Carey says “while it is disappointing for our fans and the F1 community that the French Grand Prix will not take place we fully support the decision.”The first 10 races this season have either been rescheduled or canceled.The Austrian Grand Prix on July 5 is now the earliest potential date to start the season.___British Grand Prix organizers say they are talking to the government about the viability of holding the Formula One race on July 19 with no fans amid the coronavirus pandemic.center_img The Latest: F1 chairman Carey hopes for July 5 start The French Grand Prix decided to call off its race on June 28 rather than postponing it. That means the earliest start date is now the Austrian GP on July 5.Carey says “we are now increasingly confident with the progress of our plans to begin our season this summer” and that 15-18 races can take place.F1 plans to start racing in Europe “through July, August and beginning of September, with the first race taking place in Austria.”The plan is then to race in “Eurasia, Asia and the Americas, finishing the season in the Gulf in December with Bahrain before the traditional finale in Abu Dhabi.”Carey expects the early races to be without fans but hopes they “will be part of our events as we move further into the schedule.” Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Formula One chairman Chase Carey says he is “increasingly confident” the season can start in July despite the first 10 races being canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.last_img read more

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Student organization helps local kids

first_imgApproximately 50 eighth-grade students came for the event, which included a presentation from nonprofit organization Helping Young People Excel as well as a Q&A session with past participants of the program who are current high school sophomores.HYPE provides talented            low-income students in Los Angeles with services to help students gain admission to universities, finance their education and succeed in high school and life in general.The eighth-grade girls come from Los Angeles Academy Middle School, Clinton Middle School, Camino Nuevo Charter Academy and George Washington Carver Middle School, all situated within a five-mile radius from campus.The event focused on informing and preparing students to succeed in high school, college and their future lives. HYPE speaker Rachel Torrey handed out a sheet that asked the young women questions about their dream job, the college major they needed for that job and companies in Los Angeles related to the field.WYSE is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization at 11 universities across the country. USC’s branch, the largest of any other university, won the Tommy Award for Best Service Organization last year and currently is expanding to include more mentors.Other past WYSE events included trips around Los Angeles in which mentors and mentees had the opportunity to discuss topics ranging from mental health to birth control and pregnancy.“We give them unbiased information about anything that impacts their life as a woman in South L.A,” said WYSE executive director Lauren Estrada. “It’s more of an empowerment and confidence booster for them and helps them stay on a good path.  With more information, they empower themselves.”Another part of the day featured two games and an activity to illustrate where the girls see themselves in the future.Future events include a trip to the California Science Center  to see the Space Shuttle Endeavor and an IMAX movie on March 8.“We’re getting them out of their neighborhoods to see the rest of L.A.,” said USC WYSE Outreach Director Tiffany Kuan. Women and Youth Supporting Each Other held Future Options Day on Saturday, an annual event meant to educate local middle school students about planning for high school, college and the future.Be WYSE · Members of Women and Youth Supporting Each Other chat with local middle school girls outside Taper Hall of Humanities. – Photo courtesy of Tiffany Kuanlast_img read more

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Tottenham fans allowed first glimpse inside new stadium at test day

first_img gameday cracker Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won The stadium is not far away from completion 6 6 Fans explored the concourse Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Food vendors got a test run A group of Tottenham fans have been given a look inside their new stadium.The supporters were allowed into the ground as part of an ‘orientation day’ prior to the start of the new Premier League season. They were also shown to the seats outside Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January REVEALED 6 REVEALED targets ALTERED no dice They were offered a match day experience and allowed employees to undergo a test run of a operations during a typical league match.Spurs are scheduled to play their first game at the new stadium against Liverpool on September 15.They will play their first official home game of 2018/19 at Wembley against Fulham on August 18.The club uploaded the following images on their various social media pages. gameday 6 How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures 6 possible standings Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Young fans got the first view of their new home Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Latest Tottenham News Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card They also tested out the turnstiles Tottenham issue immediate ban to supporter who threw cup at Kepa 6 Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT smart causal punished last_img read more

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