Batesville, In. — The Batesville Fire Department is accepting applications for the Full-Time position of Firefighter / EMT or Paramedic until Wednesday, February 28 at noon.During the hiring process, applicants will be required to subject themselves to various forms of background checks, physical fitness testing, written aptitude testing, an interview process, and other testing that may be deemed appropriate.Requirements:Must be a resident citizen of the United States.Must be 21 years old to apply and not have reached age 36 by date of appointment.Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.Cannot have a felony conviction.Cannot have a misdemeanor conviction involving domestic violence.Must possess a valid driver’s license.Cannot have been dishonorably discharged from the military.Must be Indiana Certified FireFighter I/II and EMT-B or Paramedic.Must pass a mandatory drug screening test.Resumes will be accepted only if accompanied by an application. The City of Batesville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced that all sport in the country is banned until September 1. As a consequence, this would mean the immediate suspension of the football season, among other events. Loading… Read Also: UEFA urges leagues to complete suspended football seasons It is worth noting that the main TV operator in the Netherlands, Fox Sports, announced a few days ago that they would pay the TV rights for this season, regardless of whether the games were completed or not. As such, clubs will receive the money they were due. This decision extends to other sports within the Netherlands, as well as musical and cultural events. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Netherlands, as such, is the first country to decree such a drastic measure at a governmental level. The country’s stadiums will remain closed until September 1, so the 2019/20 season can be considered to be closed. “It’s tough, but we will have to make that sacrifice,” Rutte said.Advertisement As it is a government ruling, we must now wait for the reaction of the Dutch Football Federation (KNVB), who in principle could give the Eredivisie title to Ajax, the current leader and reigning champions. However, there are a series of other matters that will still need to be resolved, such as the teams that go to the Champions League, those that would be relegated, or even finishing the season in September, although this seems improbable. Promoted ContentHow Good The CGI Effects In Those Movies Were!7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?Superhero Castings That People Hated But Were Amazing8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks
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Statewide—The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) launched the Indiana State Trade and Export Promotion (IN-STEP) program to develop and expand export opportunities throughout the state, assisting Indiana small businesses with identifying, marketing and selling Hoosier-made goods in international markets. IN-STEP, which will support company growth and job creation by diversifying small businesses’ customer bases, offers eligible companies reimbursements of costs associated with export-related activities like participating in international trade missions, foreign trade shows and export educational programs, as well as other export services provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Total reimbursements under IN-STEP cover up to 50%, or $12,500, of small businesses’ export expenses. The program, which is launching with the support of a two-year grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), will provide up to $660,000 in funding for small businesses. Applications will be available on a rolling basis until all funds are distributed or up to August 31, 2021.Qualifying criteria is as follows: The business must be in operation for at least a year.The business must be new to exporting or market expansion.The business must be an Indiana Small Business Development Center (Indiana SBDC) client. The business must be in accordance with SBA size standards, which categorize small businesses based on measures like industry, number of employees and annual receipts. Use the SBA’s Size Standards Tool to see if your company qualifies.The business’ goods must be made in the U.S. or composed of at least 51% U.S. material.
Mike Tyson’s comeback against Roy Jones Jr has been postponed, according to RingTV.com.Tyson, aged 54, and Jones Jr, 51, were due to meet in an exhibition bout on September 12, but it has been pushed back to November 28. Heavyweight icon Tyson retired 15 years ago, but still plans to step back into the ring.The California State Athletic Commission, who are licensing the bout, previously told Sky Sports: “The (CSAC) is licensing the Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr match scheduled to take place in Los Angeles as an eight-round exhibition match.“In this match, the referee will have the authority to stop the fight if it strays outside the boundaries of a competitive boxing exhibition.“Mr. Tyson and Mr. Jones Jr will have to submit all CSAC medical tests for fighters over 40 as well as CSAC’s emergency regulations that have been put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.”Jones Jr told Sky Sports that the exhibition would be “extra-competitive” and expects to face: “The same old Mike – he will be powerful. Power is the last thing to go. He won’t have lost his power or explosiveness. “You’ve seen the videos he has put out – he has been powerful and explosive. He’s not going to lose it and you’ve got to know that.“Now, it may not last for more than five rounds but he’s not going to lose it.“You may have to dance around him for four or five rounds or try to survive, however you find it best to do that. Then you can fight him.“I’d better get myself in the best shape that I can.“It never worries me – I love challenges. Something impossible or something I shouldn’t do? That’s what I love to do. Anything you tell me I can’t or shouldn’t do is what I want to do. “That’s who I am. That makes me happier than anything.“If I was fighting somebody I’m supposed to beat, I would probably be nervous. But because I’m fighting somebody that they think I don’t have a chance with, I’m not nervous. This is what I love, this is what I feel for.“For me, it’s a one-off. But if it turns out good or he hits me so hard that I don’t get my lip back, then we might have a rematch!“I bring speed and power, he brings explosiveness and power.”RelatedPosts Mike Tyson beats up seven prostitutes Mike Tyson to face Roy Jones Jr Klitschko drills Holyfield in gym —Tags: Comeback fightmike tysonRingTV.com
German soccer clubs will decide whether to adopt a rule change to increase the number of substitutions when they meet by video conference on Thursday.The International Football Association Board agreed last week to let teams use two extra substitutes per match in 2020. That should help leagues clear a backlog of games created by the coronavirus pandemic.Leagues can choose whether or not to adopt the rule change.The German league is scheduled to restart on Saturday.The German league also says it will stop publishing centralized statistics for its coronavirus testing program and will leave that up to the clubs. May 12, 2020 Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinReddit The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___On the day they were supposed to hold a parade to mark their 2019 WNBA championship, the Washington Mystics have revealed plans for what the team is billing as a “virtual celebration.” The 56-year-old Bergomi says he has recovered.Bergomi played for Inter Milan and is now an analyst for soccer matches on Italy’s Sky TV. He helped Italy to the 1982 World Cup title.___The qualifying tournament for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.Bangladesh, Ireland, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the United States, the West Indies and Zimbabwe were to play in the tournament in Sri Lanka from July 3-19 and three were to qualify. The Mystics originally planned to take to the streets of the nation’s capital on Tuesday, but that was scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic.Also set aside was a banner-raising ceremony scheduled for the home opener against the Los Angeles Sparks on Saturday.It’s not known when the season will begin.So Saturday will feature online festivities.Those will include messages from Mayor Muriel Bowser, Mystics owner Ted Leonsis and coach Mike Thibault, an appearance by player Natasha Cloud, and the first episode of a documentary about the championship run. The International Cricket Council has not set new dates.The Women’s World Cup is in New Zealand in February and March.___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 league says games will take place at various times during the daytime and evening “so that as many matches as possible are made available to football fans” while stadiums are closed.FC Midtjylland leads FC Copenhagen by 12 points at the top of the standings.___The Diamond League event in London is the latest track meet to be canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.The meet had been scheduled for July 4-5 at the Olympic Stadium. Swedish society hasn’t completely shut down during the coronavirus outbreak because the government and medical authorities have chosen not to impose as many restrictions as other countries.___The club that hosts the Wimbledon tennis tournament says it has made donations worth about $1.5 million to emergency services and charities amid the coronavirus pandemic.The All England Club says it has also made contributions to a relief program to support players whose income is particularly affected by the virus outbreak.All England Club chairman Ian Hewitt says “Wimbledon has the responsibility and the capacity to act as a force for good.” The Prefontaine meet in Eugene, Oregon, is set for Oct. 4. The season-ending meet is Oct. 17 in China at a city to be decided.World Athletics says Zurich will now have the finals in 2021 and 2022 and Eugene has agreed to push back its finals back by one year to 2023.___London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he believes it is too early for the Premier League to be planning a resumption of the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.Premier League clubs Arsenal, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Tottenham and West Ham all play in the capital. British Athletics says “the decision has been made in light of the ongoing global pandemic.”___World Cup winner Giuseppe Bergomi says he had COVID-19.The former Italy defender says that for 20-25 days beginning in early March his back was in so much pain that he couldn’t sit down.He adds in an Instagram chat that he felt constantly weak. The Latest: WNBA champ Mystics’ virtual home opener, banner This year’s grass-court Grand Slam event was canceled on April 1. It is the first time Wimbledon has been shelved since World War II.___The Austrian soccer league is set to resume next month in empty stadiums following clearance from the government.Soccer federation president Leo Windtner met with vice chancellor Werner Kogler and says the path is clear to restart. Training could resume this week.The league is expected to set a date for games at a meeting of clubs Wednesday. ___The Danish soccer league will resume on May 28 with games in empty stadiums.The league has been suspended since March 9 because of the coronavirus outbreak.The first game will be between AGF and Randers to complete the 24th round. The 25th round will start on May 29.All games in the 26th and final round will be held on June 7. The playoffs will follow with the season scheduled to end on July 29. The mayor’s office says the league should resume only “when it is safe to do so.”British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday that sports events in the country could resume in June if there is not a new spike in COVID-19 infections.Liverpool led the league by 25 points with nine games remaining when the league was suspended in March.___FIFA has rescheduled two women’s events for next year and will hold its 2020 annual meeting online. No Austrian league games have been played since early March. LASK Linz leads Salzburg by three points at the top of the standings.___The Diamond League circuit of track meets has a new, shorter schedule from mid-August through mid-October because of the coronavirus pandemic.World Athletics says the adapted program can “give athletes time to prepare mentally, stay motivated and adjust training for competition.”The series is now set to start in Monaco on Aug. 14 with two more European meets scheduled for later that month. Four more European meets in September will be followed by Shanghai on Sept. 19. FIFA says the Under-20 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica and Panama will start on Jan. 20 and the Under-17 Women’s World Cup will be in India from Feb. 17.Both 2020 tournaments were postponed in April because of the coronavirus pandemic.FIFA says both tournaments will retain their eligibility rules. The same players can be selected even if they have a birthday early in 2021.The FIFA Congress was due to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Sept. 18 but will now be an online event.___ ___Swedish soccer players will not be required to take a test for COVID-19 before practice sessions or matches.Players will instead have to fill in a self-assessment form each morning before arriving at training or a match. The club doctor will then assess whether the player is healthy enough to take part. Players must stay at home if they have any symptoms.The Swedish league says the principle in the country is that only people who are feeling so ill that they must visit the hospital get a ”full-scale corona test.”The return-to-play protocols have been presented to Sweden’s public health authority. A decision is expected this week on whether the Swedish league can start next month.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — Syracuse buried the ghosts of its season-opening scare against Villanova with a 40-3 blowout of Central Michigan on Saturday afternoon. Here are some fast reactions from the game.Orange rushCooper Rush sent warning shots on Central Michigan’s first drive, but absorbed just as many from the Syracuse pass rush.Rush’s threats were empty ones. The Orange hardly halted. Cameron Lynch led the Orange with 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for a loss. His blitz with 12:47 left in the third quarter forced Rush into an intentional grounding penalty from the end zone, resulting in a safety.Lynch’s forced flag extended SU’s lead to 19-3 and a steady mix of blitz packages kept CMU from even threatening to come back.Covered upWhen Rush had time to throw the football, he had nowhere to put it.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJulian Whigham shut down CMU’s top receiver, Courtney Williams. Brandon Reddish cleaned up underneath, wrapping up the few Chippewas’ receivers that Rush could find. Lynch nearly picked off the CMU quarterback on the hosts’ first drive.The Orange’s coverage never picked off any CMU passes — mostly because CMU receivers were barely open enough to be thrown to.No replacement for RawlsCentral Michigan’s standout running back, Thomas Rawls, didn’t play Saturday. The Chippewas had no viable alternative as Central Michigan reviewed an issue that came to the school’s attention on Friday night, according to a CMU release.The Chippewas tried a by-committee approach with Saylor Lavallii, Devon Spalding and Maurice Shoemaker-Gilmore all receiving touches. But they combined for 39 yards on the ground.CMU’s inability to replace the man who had 56 of his team’s 78 carries going into Saturday’s game forced the Chippewas to fight SU in the air — where they lost.Rawls had 278 yards and three touchdowns through two games. With five minutes left in Saturday’s game, CMU had three points. Comments Related Stories Hunt, stingy defense lead Syracuse football to 40-3 rout of Central Michigan Published on September 13, 2014 at 3:35 pm Contact Jacob: email@example.com | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
Members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association sat down with students Monday to discuss their experiences as film journalists and comment on this past awards season, which included much more political activism than in past years with the rise of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.Photo by Ling Luo | Daily TrojanAccording to the panelists, covering this awards season has been different than any other because of those movements. They said that much of their coverage this season has focused on them.Jenny Cooney, host of the podcast “Aussies in Hollywood,” commented on the responsibility of the press to decide what stories to cover, especially when many of the stories start out as unverified posts on social media.“For many, many years women spoke up and nobody believed them,” Cooney said. “Now the pendulum has swung so far the other way… that anytime anybody speaks up even if it’s one woman on Facebook then everybody believes them … and then the person that’s being accused of something is still just being accused of something and yet it feels like they’ve already been tried and convicted of something in the press.”This year’s Golden Globes posed an issue for organizers, as they didn’t know what to expect from attendees in terms of activism. There were rumors that Golden Globe attendees were going to march before the event, according to Cooney. That, however, did not end up being the case.At these events, artists have used their platforms to spread political messages. While this has sometimes been met with backlash, some of the panelists said that there is nothing wrong with doing so if the opportunity is provided.“What is wrong with using this platform to say something that can raise consciousness, that can make people think?” said Silvia Bizio, a journalist who works for the Republicca Newspaper in Italy.While the Golden Globes this year were defined by many political statements, the panelists believe that this Sunday’s Oscars will be much less political.Journalist Scott Orlin, who works for Cinema Magazine Germany, believes that because the Oscars are a more prestigious award ceremony than the Golden Globes, artists are less likely to make controversial statements at the event. Cooney further mentioned what she called “Oscar fatigue,” in which the public becomes tired of hearing the same stories repeated since the beginning of the awards season, minimizing the presence of politics.Marlene Von Arx, a freelance writer in Switzerland, also questioned how long the focus on these issues would last since it is rare for issues to stay in the public eye for extended periods of time.“When will the fatigue come in?” she said. “I wonder how long it will be here to stay.”Julianne Myers, a sophomore studying public relations, said she appreciated that the panelists didn’t try to hide the challenges of their jobs.“They were talking about how sometimes they really feel like they have to struggle with publicists to try and get news and get what they want to get out of it, but also its still really beneficial because they love what they do,” she said.Morgan Miller, a sophomore studying public relations, felt hopeful about the future of women in the workplace after the panelists’ discussion on the future of the industry.“I think that when you go into the workplace, I want to feel safe … I think that will change in the future and definitely improve,” she said.
Marcus Rashford scored a stunning free-kick and a penalty as Manchester United knocked Chelsea out of the Carabao Cup with a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge.The England striker put the Red Devils in front from the spot after Daniel James was felled by Marcos Alonso inside the Blues penalty area in the 26th minute.Chelsea hauled themselves level through Michy Batshuayi after the Belgian held off four visiting defenders to drill into the bottom corner from 20 yards.But Rashford’s stunning free-kick ended Chelsea’s seven-match winning streak as they failed to get a measure of revenge on United for their 4-0 defeat on the opening day of the season.The teams have gone in opposite directions since then, with United struggling for form while Chelsea are fourth in the Premier League and joint top of their Champions League group.However, it is now three straight wins – all away from home – for United to further ease the pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.In a shift from the usual Carabao Cup policy adopted the bigger clubs, Blues boss Frank Lampard rested his younger players with Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori, all central to their recent winning run, dropping out of the starting line-up.Yet both managers named strong sides, illustrating just how important they saw this match in the context of their seasons.United took a 25th-minute lead after Daniel James won a penalty, the winger getting across Marcos Alonso in the area before tumbling to the deck.Rashford may have missed a spot-kick against Norwich at the weekend, but he showed no sign of nerves as he calmly sent Willy Caballero the wrong way.Solskjaer handed a start to Brandon Williams and the teenager made his mark on Callum Hudson-Odoi after the interval, throwing the Chelsea winger over the advertising hoardings yet somehow avoiding a yellow card.Hudson-Odoi should have taken immediate revenge when Alonso crossed low into the box but he miskicked horribly in front of goal.Chelsea had built up a head of steam and Billy Gilmour’s drive was bravely blocked by Marcos Rojo before Christian Pulisic, the hat-trick hero at Burnley on Saturday, dragged a shot wide.Pulisic then sent Hudson-Odoi through with a fine ball over the top but the wideman’s dipping effort dropped too late.They got their equaliser on the hour mark, Batshuayi nodding on Caballero’s clearance before turning away from Harry Maguire.The Belgian frontman outstripped Maguire and Victor Lindelof before firing past Rojo and into the corner of Sergio Romero’s net.But Rashford settled the match in the 73rd minute in spectacular fashion, lifting his shot over the wall and underneath Caballero’s crossbar before sliding on his knees in celebration in front of a delirious away end. Source: talkSPORT
Roberto Di Matteo says he would be prepared to drop Fernando Torres from the Chelsea team to face Juventus in the UEFA Champions League if it is the ‘right thing’ to do.Torres has scored just once in his last seven appearances for Chelsea and again looked out of sorts during Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at West Bromwich Albion.Di Matteo is ready to make changes for Tuesday’s crucial Champions League game away to Juventus and conceded Torres was one of the players who could lose his place.He said: “Am I prepared to leave Torres out on Tuesday? I think we will have to assess the whole team and see how everybody is, and how they have recovered.“Am I prepared to leave Torres out on Tuesday? I think we will have to assess the whole team and see how everybody is, and how they have recovered.”Roberto Di MatteoQuotes of the week“A lot of players only came back Thursday afternoon or Friday from internationals in Europe and the rest of the world.“We will assess them and see what the right selection is for Tuesday. If I believe it is the right thing to do for the team, then yes.”The Chelsea boss is also aware that his team have to improve defensively after conceding 18 goals in eight games. Di Matteo added: “I think as a team we have to be better defending. You don’t defend with one player – you defend with the whole team, like you want your whole team helping when you are attacking as well.“It is a defensive organisation on the pitch that we need to look at and, as I said before, maybe I have to do some changes.“We have got bodies in midfield – the 4-2-3-1 system really helped us last season after the change (of manager) but maybe in terms of personnel we have to do something different.”Di Matteo is also at a loss to explain another dip by Chelsea during November after picking up just two points from three Premier League games.He said: “It is very difficult to explain. It is not just one year – it has been three years in a row. “You have top, top players – they play every three or four days. That amount of games can affect them, but it is not only that.“It is a challenging time when you don’t win games and you need to instil confidence in players and to the team and that is going to be a tough job.”