(Photo supplied) A woman from Anderson is accused of abandoning her friend’s body after he died.Tausha Avery, 41, is charged in Madison County with altering the scene of death and failure to notify authorities of the discovery of a dead body.According to police, 47-year-old Jonathan Mauk, of Warsaw, was visiting Avery in Anderson last December when he died in a pickup truck.Avery is accused of driving the truck to Delaware County and abandoning it, with Mauk’s body inside, along the side of County Road 950 West.Court papers say Mauk and Avery consumed heroin before Mauk’s death.The charges against Avery were filed in June, but The Star Press reports Avery was not arrested until last week.-0- Anderson woman accused of abandoning Warsaw man’s body Facebook Pinterest By 95.3 MNC – October 12, 2020 1 473 Previous articleCity of Mishawaka releases fall leaf pick-up program detailsNext articleGov. Holcomb holds off teacher salary recommendations report 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Facebook WhatsApp Twitter IndianaLocalNews Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Google+
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Every aspect of the response of the United Kingdom was agreed with the Government of Gibraltar. We have worked seamlessly together in this as we have in all other aspects of this two year period of negotiation. Most importantly, the legal text of the draft Withdrawal Agreement has not been changed. That is what the Spanish Government repeatedly sought. But they have not achieved that. The United Kingdom has not let us down. With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a Statement on the conclusion of our negotiations to leave the European Union.At yesterday’s Special European Council in Brussels, I reached a deal with the leaders of the other 27 EU Member States on a Withdrawal Agreement that will ensure our smooth and orderly departure on 29th March next year; and, tied to this Agreement, a Political Declaration on an ambitious future partnership that is in our national interest.Mr Speaker, this is the right deal for Britain because it delivers on the democratic decision of the British people.It takes back control of our borders. It ends the free movement of people in full once and for all, allowing the government to introduce a new skills-based immigration system.It takes back control of our laws. It ends the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK and means instead our laws being made in our Parliaments, enforced by our courts.And it takes back control of our money. It ends the vast annual payments we send to Brussels. So instead we can spend taxpayers’ money on our own priorities, including the £394 million a week of extra investment into our long-term plan for the NHS.By creating a new Free Trade Area with no tariffs, fees, charges, quantitative restrictions or rules of origin checks, this deal protects jobs, including those that rely on integrated supply chains.It protects our security with a close relationship on defence and on tackling crime and terrorism, which will help to keep all our people safe.And it protects the integrity of our United Kingdom, meeting our commitments in Northern Ireland and delivering for the whole UK family, including our Overseas Territories and the Crown Dependencies.Mr Speaker, on Gibraltar, we have worked constructively with the governments of Spain and Gibraltar – and I want to pay tribute in particular to Gibraltar’s Chief Minister Fabian Picardo for his statesmanship in these negotiations.We have ensured that Gibraltar is covered by the whole Withdrawal Agreement and by the Implementation Period.And for the future partnership, the UK government will be negotiating for the whole UK family, including Gibraltar.As Fabian Picardo said this weekend: Mr Speaker, our message to the people of Gibraltar is clear: we will always stand by you. We are proud that Gibraltar is British and our position on sovereignty has not and will not change.Mr Speaker, the Withdrawal Agreement will ensure that we leave the European Union on 29th March next year in a smooth and orderly way.It protects the rights of EU citizens living in the UK and UK citizens living in the EU, so they can carry on living their lives as before.It delivers a time-limited Implementation Period to give business time to prepare for the new arrangements. During the Implementation Period trade will continue on current terms so businesses only have to face one set of changes.It ensures a fair settlement of our financial obligations – less than half of what some originally expected and demanded.And it meets our commitment to ensure there is no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland – and also no customs border in the Irish Sea – in the event that the future relationship is not ready by the end of the implementation period.Mr Speaker, I know some Members remain concerned that we could find ourselves stuck in this backstop.So let me address this directly.First, this is an insurance policy that no-one wants to use.Both the UK and the EU are fully committed to having our future relationship in place by 1st January 2021.And the Withdrawal Agreement has a legal duty on both sides to use best endeavours to avoid the backstop ever coming into force.If, despite this, the future relationship is not ready by the end of 2020, we would not be forced to use the backstop. We would have a clear choice between the backstop or a short extension to the Implementation Period.If we did choose the backstop, the legal text is clear that it should be temporary and that the Article 50 legal base cannot provide for a permanent relationship.And there is now more flexibility that it can be superseded either by the future relationship, or by alternative arrangements which include the potential for facilitative arrangements and technologies to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland.There is also a termination clause, which allows the backstop to be turned off when we have fulfilled our commitments on the Northern Ireland border. And there is a unilateral right to trigger a review through the Joint Committee and the ability to seek independent arbitration if the EU does not use good faith in this process.Furthermore, as a result of the changes we have negotiated, the legal text is now also clear that once the backstop has been superseded, it shall “cease to apply”.So if a future Parliament decided to then move from an initially deep trade relationship to a looser one, the backstop could not return.Mr Speaker, I do not pretend that either we or the EU are entirely happy with these arrangements. And that’s how it must be – were either party entirely happy, that party would have no incentive to move on to the future relationship.But there is no alternative deal that honours our commitments to Northern Ireland which does not involve this insurance policy. And the EU would not have agreed any future partnership without it.Put simply, there is no deal that comes without a backstop, and without a backstop there is no deal.Mr Speaker, the Withdrawal Agreement is accompanied by a Political Declaration, which sets out the scope and terms of an ambitious future relationship between the UK and the EU.It is a detailed set of instructions to negotiators that will be used to deliver a legal agreement on our future relationship after we have left.The linkage clause between the Withdrawal Agreement and this declaration requires both sides to use best endeavours to get this legal text agreed and implemented by the end of 2020.And both sides are committed to making preparations for an immediate start to the formal negotiations after our withdrawal.The declaration contains specific detail on our future economic relationship.This includes a new Free Trade Area with no tariffs, fees, quantitative restrictions or rules of origin checks – an unprecedented economic relationship that no other major economy has.It includes liberalisation in trade in services well beyond WTO commitments and building on recent EU Free Trade Agreements.It includes new arrangements for our financial services sector – ensuring market access cannot be withdrawn on a whim and providing stability and certainty for our world-leading industry.And it ensures we will leave EU programmes that do not work in our interests: so we will be out of the Common Agricultural Policy that has failed our farmers and out of the Common Fisheries Policy that has failed our coastal communities.Instead as the Political Declaration sets out, we will be “an independent coastal state” once again. We will take back full sovereign control over our waters. So we will be able to decide for ourselves who we allow to fish in our waters.The EU have maintained throughout this process that they wanted to link overall access to markets to access to fisheries. They failed in the Withdrawal Agreement, and they failed again in the Political Declaration.It is no surprise some are already trying to lay down markers again for the future relationship, but they should be getting used to the answer by now: it is not going to happen.Finally, the declaration is clear that whatever is agreed in the future partnership must recognise the development of an independent UK trade policy beyond this economic partnership.So for the first time in forty years, the UK will be able to strike new trade deals and open up new markets for our goods and services in the fastest growing economies around the world.Mr Speaker, as I set out for the House last week, the future relationship also includes a comprehensive new security partnership with close reciprocal law enforcement and judicial co-operation to keep all our people safe.At the outset we were told that being outside of free movement and outside of the Schengen area, we would be treated like any other non-EU state on security.But this deal delivers the broadest security partnership in the EU’s history, including arrangements for effective data exchange on Passenger Name Records, DNA, fingerprints, and vehicle registration data, as well as extradition arrangements like those in the European Arrest Warrant.And it opens the way to sharing the types of information included in the ECRIS and SIS II databases on wanted or missing persons and criminal records.Mr Speaker, this has been a long and complex negotiation.It has required give and take on both sides. That is the nature of a negotiation.But this deal honours the result of the referendum while providing a close economic and security relationship with our nearest neighbours and in so doing offers a brighter future for the British people outside of the EU.And I can say to the House with absolute certainty that there is not a better deal available. My fellow leaders were very clear on that themselves yesterday.Mr Speaker, our duty – as a Parliament over these coming weeks – is to examine this deal in detail, to debate it respectfully, to listen to our constituents and decide what is in our national interest.There is a choice which this House will have to make.We can back this deal, deliver on the vote of the referendum and move on to building a brighter future of opportunity and prosperity for all our people.Or this House can choose to reject this deal and go back to square one. Because no-one knows what would happen if this deal doesn’t pass. It would open the door to more division and more uncertainty, with all the risks that will entail.Mr Speaker, I believe our national interest is clear.The British people want us to get on with a deal that honours the referendum and allows us to come together again as a country, whichever way we voted.This is that deal. A deal that delivers for the British people.And I commend this Statement to the House.
6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Ordering your favorite pizza by phone can be a risk. Order Canadian bacon and pineapple, and you may not get the right bacon. Regular bacon and pineapple pizza is not great and, more importantly, it wasn’t what you ordered.Enter online pizza ordering and, even better, Domino’s pizza tracker.Tansley Stearns, CME, CSE, chief innovation officer of Filene Research Institute, and Michael Neill, CSE, founder and CEO of MNA, Inc., see Dominos as an innovator in both the pizza world and the world of member service. They discussed it during the CUES Webinar “Unlock the Secrets to Creating & Dominating Member Experience.”Dominos even has a way to order via emoji and Bluetooth. “They’ve found a way to be anywhere you are when you get that urge to order pizza,” said Stearns. “They aren’t just omni-present; they’re omni-available.”Stearns challenged credit unions to look at innovative ways to be available to members. That can start with journey mapping. continue reading »
In the North championship Kilruane McDonaghs take on Ballina in Puckane at 3pm today while Silvermines meet Borrisokane at 7 in Toomevara and at the same time local rivals Portroe and Burgess do battle in Nenagh. We will have a full preview of those games with Shane Brophy of the Nenagh Guardian at the one o clock sports news.
Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan, has rewarded membersof the victorious Super Eagles with Cash, Lands in Abuja, andnational honors.At a reception held in Abuja, President Jonathan announced acash reward of N10 million for the Head Coach Stephen Keshi,and N5 million to other coaches and players. The team’s technicalofficials are to receive N2 million cash each.Also Coach Keshi was conferred with a national honor of theCommander of the Order of the Niger (CON), his assistants –Daniel Amokachi and Ike Shorunmu – and team captain, JosephYobo got the Officer of the Federal Republic(OFR) while the restof the players received Member of the Order of the Niger (MON).The players and officials were decorated with the national honoursby President Jonathan shortly after he made the announcements.President Jonathan also assured coach Stephen Keshi ofGovernment’s total support on his “national assignment,” even ashe urged governors to honour and reward the victorious nationalteam in their respective states.
Brendon McCullum had single-handedly ensured the Indian Premier League got off to an unforgettable start.Nine years after his brutal 158 in the opening match of the inaugural IPL, Baz still continues to spread fear in the bowling community. And nine years after that iconic knock, the former New Zealand captain is appearing in his 100th IPL match.Plenty has of course happened since then. Kolkata Knight Riders, McCullum’s first employers in the IPL, have undergone a radical change and are one of the most successful sides in the tournament after a poor start.Baz has himself moved on from KKR and is a name to reckon with despite giving up the Black Cap last year. He featured for the Kochi Tuskers Kerala before being signed up by the Chennai Super Kings in 2014.It was with CSK that McCullum found his mojo again and slammed an unbeaten 100 to revive memories of April 18, 2008.After CSK were banned for two years, McCullum was roped in by Gujarat Lions, where he made an immediate impact, scoring 354 runs in 16 matches last year. The Lions finished on top of the points table but failed to qualify for the final.He has so far scored 264 runs in seven matches this year and was in the news for his fair play against the Royal Challengers Bangalore. He had caught Chris Gayle brilliantly near the boundary but his hat had touched the ropes. The Kiwi was prompt to point it out to the umpires and won the admiration of Virat Kohli.advertisement1st @IPL match at the Chinnaswamy. 100th #IPL match at the same venue tonight. 158* once again @Bazmccullum? ??? #GameMaariChhe #RCBvGL pic.twitter.com/JDq4ECygvx- The Gujarat Lions (@TheGujaratLions) April 27, 2017Congratulations champion on your ?? game at @IPL @Bazmccullum- Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) April 27, 2017Congrats bro @Bazmccullum for ur 100th ipl game.Looking forward to some firework by u from the best seat in the house #IPL #GameMaariChhe- Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) April 27, 2017All the best in your 100th IPL game @Bazmccullum – going to be a cracker! #RCBvGL- Mitchell McClenaghan (@Mitch_Savage) April 27, 2017Congrats on the century, @Bazmccullum! #whistlepodu #100thIPLMatch pic.twitter.com/laycFuGZkt- Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) April 27, 2017Congratulations on your 100th @IPL match tonight Baz @Bazmccullum and have a ball…well, many of them! ???#158 #100IPLmatches- Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) April 27, 2017Congrats @Bazmccullum on your ??game in the @IPL. Great player & better bloke! #noneedforsingles #boundariesonly- Matt Prior (@MattPrior13) April 27, 2017Excited to be playing my 100th IPL game 2nite. The years have rolled by quickly but lots of memories remain. Thnks to all.- Brendon McCullum (@Bazmccullum) April 27, 2017
From one exhibition match last year, the women’s participation in the IPL is set to become a three-team affair spread over seven to 10 days with the Committee of Administrators (CoA) mulling an expansion this year.However, the full fledged women’s IPL is still a long shot as, according to an official, the BCCI is finding it extremely difficult to get good investors or team bidders.Last year, the BCCI organised one exhibition match with two teams — IPL Trailblazers and IPL Supernovas led by Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur respectively.This year, the parent body, currently run by the Supreme Court-appointed two-member CoA, wants to scale it up a bit in order to set the ball rolling for a women’s IPL in a few years’ time.”Yes, the women’s T20 matches will be held this year also. It will be a week to 10 days affair during the men’s IPL. Once the BCCI gets clearance from the election commission and Home Ministry on dates, the itinerary will be fixed,” a senior board functionary told PTI on conditions of anonymity.However, the official said it would be difficult to have more than three teams considering the “quality” of India’s bench strength in women’s cricket.”At the max, we can have three teams with Harmanpreet, Smriti and may be Mithali (for this year) leading the sides. They play against each other once and the top two play a tournament decider. It could be a seven-day affair,” the official said.”BCCI would decide the teams as there aren’t any proper bidders who are interested in buying women’s teams. Yes, we might rope in a few good sponsors,” he said.advertisement”So at the moment, the BCCI will have to pay the players, including the match fees of foreign players, along with a decent prize money,” he added.Even if it’s a three team affair with 14 players a side, the BCCI will need at least 30 Indian women who could measure up for a top flight league cricket.The problem that BCCI faces, according to insiders, is that a sub-standard A team has failed to become a supply line for the main team.”Kindly check when most of the senior team girls have made their debuts and how many new performers we have got save Jemimah Rodrigues. Recently an India A team lost by 300 plus runs against Australia which tells you the story about our second string,” the official said.The other factor will be convincing Star Sports to broadcast the event or atleast live stream it.There is a school of thought that women’s matches should be held at second-tier centres to get good crowds but during the IPL, to have another set of crew managing a women’s event may turn out to be a massive logistical task.So it will either be a 4 match before the men’s game or a 7 pm match a day before the men’s game at one of the IPL venues.Also Read | India lose series as Suzie Bates leads New Zealand to 4-wicket win in 2nd T20I