September 24

Dale Young

first_imgDale V. Young, 62, of Napoleon passed away at 10am, Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at IU Health in Indianapolis. He was born at Greensburg on May 31, 1956 the son of Alfred and Rita Duerstock Young. He was married to Deborah Shafer on September 8, 1976 and she preceded him in death on February 1, 2008. He married Rebecca Underhill on August 5, 2011 and she survives. Other survivors include three daughters Lisa (Steve) Ruble of Connersville, Melissa Pavy and Teresa Young both of Greensburg; two step-sons Levi Murphy and his companion Melissa Stusinsky of Winthrop, Washington, and Kyle (Jennifer) Murphy of Kokomo; one step-daughter Rochelle (Matthew) Vaughn of Greensburg; 10 grandchildren; one brother Larry (Pam) Young of Napoleon; two sisters Janice (Kenny) Fry, and Nancy (Bob) Obermeyer both of Napoleon; his mother-in-law Joan Underhill of Greensburg; brothers-in-law Bill Underhill, Don (Denise) Underhill, and Rick (Julie) Underhill all of Greensburg, and Rob (Leigh) Underhill of Kentucky; sister-in-law Barb (Brian) Wonn of Urbana, Ohio; He was also preceded in death by his parents, his son-in-law Barry Pavy, and his nephew Brian Obermeyer. Mr. Young was a 1974 graduate of Jac-Cen-Del High School. He was a 43 year employee of Delta Faucet in Greensburg and was also a farmer. Dale’s hobbies consisted of visiting the area casinos, and searching out the small antique shops for a “good find”. He also collected and had acquired nearly 100 Budweiser beer steins. He especially enjoyed many family gatherings and time spent with his family. Dale was a member of the St. John Catholic Church in Osgood. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10am on Tuesday, November 6th at St. John Catholic Church with Father John Geis officiating. Burial will be in the St. Maurice Cemetery in Napoleon. Visitation will be from 5pm to 8pm on Monday at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Rosary services at 4:30. Memorials may be given to the St. John Catholic Church or Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

September 18

Crawford turning in creditable performances in New York

first_imgYOUNG Guyanese cyclist Romello Crawford continues to make a name for himself with a couple of creditable performances on the USA circuit.Crawford, who hails from the Ancient County, has so far lined up in four overseas meets for the year and has impressed with two podium finishes.Crawford has so far lit up ‘The Tour of Somerville’ in the Category 2 event.Guyanese Romello Crawford competed in ‘I will Foundation Tuesday Night Race Series’ in Brooklyn, NY on the June 4.Over 50 U.S. Cycling Hall of Fame inductees have raced in Somerville, including Tour de France champions. The event has become known as ‘The Kentucky Derby of Cycling’, and draws international Olympians and top cyclists from around the world.The 20-year-old turned in a strong performance throughout the 30-miler (criterium racing) to come out on top over an estimated 200 starters, winning the Men’s Open Category 2 contest in a time of 49:29:00.Just recently Crawford secured another podium finish in the ‘I will Foundation Tuesday Night Race Series’ in Brooklyn, NY on June 4. He finished second behind 2018 winner Edwin Morel in the 21-mile tussle.Crawford told this publication “My experience was frightening at first because I had to compete in crits racing – criterium is a bike race consisting of several laps around a closed circuit – which is a different type from what I’m used to. The races were difficult because of the presence of strong teams and many pros turned out for the races, but I always believed in myself to come out on top”.Notably for his eye-catching efforts Crawford just this week was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by Mayor Ted R. Green of East Orange, NY.Crawford will continue to put “pedal to metal” with his next race assignment scheduled for this weekend in Harlem, NY. (Colin Bynoe)last_img read more

August 16

Matches of the 19th round of BiH Premier League will be played this weekend

first_imgAfter one-week break, because of BiH national team match, on Saturday, the 19th round of BiH Football Premier League will continue and will offer a very good sports Saturday.Eight matches are going to played. Željezničar will play against Gošk, Zvijezda Gradačac against Slavija, Borac against Zrinjski; Travnik against Radnik, Široki Brijeg against Čelik, Leotar against Rudar Prijedor, Velež against Gradina and Sarajevo against Olimpic.The table score of BiH Premier League:1.         ŽELJEZNIČAR              412.         SARAJEVO                  373.         OLIMPIC                       334.         ŠIROKI B.                     315.         BORAC                         316.         SLAVIJA                       297.         ZRINJSKI                      298.         ČELIK                           249.         RADNIK                        2410.        LEOTAR                       2311.        RUDAR                         2112.        VELEŽ                          2013.        ZVIJEZDA                    1814.        TRAVNIK                      1715.        GOŠK                           1616.        GRADINA                     14last_img read more

January 12

Man charged in GP after hit and run

first_imgOne man has been charged with several different offences in response to a vehicle hit and run in Grande Prairie Sunday morning.The man was allegedly driving a Ford Taurus when he hit a parked car at around 7 a.m. and then left the scene on foot.Police say the man was caught a few blocks away. During the investigation, police seized 6 grams of crack cocaine and over $2,000 in cash. The car had also been found to have been stolen from Clairmont, Alberta.- Advertisement -Cody Smith, 22, of Edmonton has been charged with trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of stolen property, possession of proceeds of crime, failing to stop at the scene of an accident, failing to comply with a court order, and driving without a valid driver’s licence.He appeared in court in Grande Prairie, Monday, and will remain in custody until his next court appearance at the end of August.last_img read more