Police search for woman believed to have stolen jewelry from the Aurora store.Authorities are investigating an alleged jewelry theft from the Aurora Walmart.Police Chief Josh Daugherty said his agency is seeking assistance from the community in identifying suspects they believe to be involved in the theft on Wednesday, Jan., 29, around 6:30 p.m.Approximately $375 worth of jewelry was stolen, Daugherty added.Police are searching for a dark haired, white female who reportedly took numerous items. Other suspects arrived with the female and may have assisted in the theft.It’s been a difficult month for the Aurora Walmart. Autorties are also searching for two men they believe stole $6,5000 worth of iPhones from the store on Thursday, Feb. 13.If you recognize any of these individuals, please contact the Aurora Police Department at (812) 926-1101.Multiple suspects are being sought for alleged involvement in a Walmart jewelry heist.(Image: Aurora Police Department)(Image: Aurora Police Department)
SPC Jacob Lyerla was severely injured in September 2009 serving in Afghanistan. (Image: Homes for Our Troops)MILROY – A local wounded warrior will be honored this weekend for his sacrifice and service to the country.Home for Our Troops, a non-profit organization builds specially adapted homes for disabled veterans.Along with local supporters, the nationwide group will break ground on a new handicapped accessible home in Milroy on Saturday.Army SPC Jacob Lyerla, of Milroy, was severely injured on September 21, 2009 when he was thrown from the turret of his vehicle during an enemy attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan.While driving past a bus station and following up on suspicious activity, members of the 4th Engineers unit were hit by an improvised explosive device (IED).The subsequent blast ejected SPC Lyerla, causing multiple injuries to his right leg and rendering him a paraplegic upon impact.SPC Lyerla was just 19 at the time of his injury and on his first deployment.Now medically retired, Lyerla calls the prospective home another step in his recovery.“This is going to push me to the next level of being independent. Maybe I will find a job or go to college, or just find something to help me keep on-keeping on,” Lyerla said.The mortgage-free home will provide the veteran with an opportunity to live in his own specially designed home modified to fit his needs.Community members are invited to attend the official groundbreaking ceremony at 800 West State Road 244 in Milroy at 11 a.m. Saturday.Organizers say it’s a chance to learn how you, your family, your company and friends can support Lyerla, and this project throughout construction.For those interesting in attending the ceremony RSVP here >>PG Gentrup, of Rising Sun, helped with the Homes for our Troops project for wounded Lawrenceburg soldier Brett Bondurant earlier this year.“Jacob Lyerla, and Brett Bondurant, these are true American heroes. They came really close to losing their lives on the battlefields in Iraq and Afganistan,” Gentrup commented.“We need to remember that and help keep take care of them. Let’s show this young man, who was badly injured at age 19, that the people of Indiana support him.”
Lawrenceburg, In. — State Representative Randy Frye has been an advocate of adding a fourth Indiana port in the Lawrenceburg area.Currently the 725-acre site, formerly a coal-fired power plant, is being cleaned up by the Commercial Development Company, Inc. “CDC has tremendous experience with redevelopment and remediation projects, which coupled with our team’s maritime and logistical expertise, creates a unique opportunity to pursue development of a port at this location,” Rich Cooper, CEO for the Ports of Indiana, stated in a news release.Site mitigation is scheduled to be complete by December 30, 2018.The Ports of Indiana operates three existing ports at Mt. Vernon, Burns Harbor and Jeffersonville. The organization employs 15,000 people and generates $4 billion annually in revenue for the state.Frye says if site mitigation is on schedule some construction activity could begin in the summer of 2019.
RelatedPosts Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says Jose Mourinho has become the second highest-paid manager in world football after signing a monstrous £15 million-a-year contract to become Tottenham manager. It has emerged that Mourinho will earn almost double the wage of his predecessor Mauricio Pochettino after taking charge at the north London club on Wednesday morning.This is the first time in Tottenham’s history that they have appointed a manager of Mourinho’s pedigree – he has won 25 trophies in his managerial career – and it seems they have paid a hefty price.Mourinho’s £15 million-a-year salary sees him jump straight into the list of the game’s highest earners at No 2.He still trails nemesis Pep Guardiola though, with the Manchester City boss signing a new two-year contract in 2018 worth £20 million per season.The Spaniard is the best-paid boss in world football but has proven to be worth every penny after winning back-to-back Premier League titles at the Etihad.Below Mourinho in third place is Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone. The fiery Argentine has been in charge of the Spanish giants since 2011, winning La Liga in 2013-14 and taking the club to two Champions League finals.Simeone earns a cool £13 million-a-year and has a contract with Atletico until 2022.China is renowned for paying big wages and it is no surprise that two of the top five highest-earning managers come from there.Rafa Benitez takes home £11.5 million per season with Dalian Yifang after joining when he left Newcastle over the summer while Italian legend Fabio Cannavaro earns £10 million per year for his work with Guangzhou Evergrande. Zinedine Zidane shares fifth place with Cannavaro. The Real Madrid boss made a sensational return to the Bernabeu towards the end of last season and managed to negotiate a £10 million-a-year salary.Antonio Conte comes next with his £9 million-a-season salary at Inter Milan. The Italian returned to his homeland over the summer and has started extremely well. His side sit just one point behind Juventus after 12 matches.The rest of the top 10 is made up of three European heavyweights. Paris Saint-Germain’s Thomas Tuchel is paid £8 million per season as he looks to finally end the club’s woes in the Champions League.Tags: Pep GuardiolaTottenham Hotspur
RelatedPosts Fati, Torres, Traore lead Spain squad full of fresh faces Nathan Ake seals £40m Man City deal Manchester City sign Valencia winger on five-year deal Josip Ilicic scored four goals as Atalanta beat Valencia 4-3 away to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time, winning 8-4 on aggregate. In an empty Mestalla Stadium due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the hosts made a nightmare start as Mouctar Diakhaby brought down Ilicic to concede a penalty after four minutes with the Sloveanian converting the spot kick. Albert Celades’ side gave themselves a lifeline when they took advantage of a loose ball with Kevin Gameiro netting the equaliser. But Diakhaby’s night got even worse when he was penalised for handball, giving the visitors another penalty which Ilicic dispatched for his 18th goal of the season. Gian Piero Gasperini brought on striker Duvan Zapata for the injured Marten De Roon on the stroke of half-time, showing his side had no intentions of shutting up shop. Their trademark attacking flair was their undoing at times in the second half with Gameiro grabbing an equaliser with a powerhul header. And the Spanish side had a glimmer of hope when Fernan Torres took an advantage of poor goalkeeping from Marco Sportiello, playing instead of the injured Pierluigi Gollini, to loft the ball over him to make it 3-2. But any prospect of an unlikely Italian job were dashed when Ilicic completed his hat-trick with another slick finish from close range. The Slovenian signalled to be taken off but Gaspirini kept him on the field and he responded with another goal, the best of the lot, with a first time strike into the top corner to seal yet another impressive victory.Tags: Albert CeladesDuvan ZapataFerran TorresJosip IlicicMestalla Stadium
“We have a new manager and he knows what he wants from us. We are still getting used to the way he wants us to play, but it’s going to be good.”Moses was one of the few players that impressed in Chelsea’s defeat to Rapid Vienna in their first pre-season game.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Victor Moses has expressed his desire to stay at Chelsea while hoping to get a chance from new manager Antonio Conte.Since his move from Wigan in 2012, the winger boasts of 12 English Premier League starts with the Blues and spent the last three seasons on loan at Liverpool, Stoke and West Ham United.And the Nigeria international is motivated to give all it takes to impress manager Conte to avoid been shipped out of the team.“It’s a very big season for me, there is a new manager here,” Moses told EveningStandard.“I have to show my talent and make sure I work hard to get into his thoughts. I will keep working hard and see what happens after that.
Since there is a lack of sound data-based evidence linking weed to better auditory perception, it’s possible that the expectation that music sounds better after smoking — something we’ve been trained to believe through widespread adages in popular culture — produces a self-fulfilling prophecy. If we think music will sound better when we’re high, it most likely will. While cannabis intersects with many facets of U.S. popular culture, none are probably quite so apparent as the innumerable connections between music and weed. Beginning with historical jazz classics dating back to the early 20th century and continuing with the multigenre cannabis anthems of the modern day, people have been both referencing the substance in their songs and blazing up to bangers for generations. A 2008 neurological study also demonstrated that cannabis produced increased activity in the brain similar to the patterns found when gifted mathematicians solved problems, indicating that people who listened to music while high were more relaxed and had less trouble concentrating and listening to the melodies. However, since the study only tested four subjects, the research cannot be extrapolated to far-reaching conclusions about cannabis’ effect on music processing. Hit songs that feature lyrics referencing weed have increased over the past three decades, according to a 2018 study published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. Three out of four Top 40 songs in 2016 mentioned cannabis — more than any other drug, such as alcohol, included in the study. Researchers found that the increase in references mimicked national trends in mainstream culture, which were shifting toward cannabis acceptance and destigmatization. Before I lay out my pot playlist, don’t hate me if your favorite classic stoner jam isn’t on it; I figured I’d keep it short for the stoners who will inevitably feel like they’re listening to a five-hour-long tracklist and for those who will let it replay three times before thinking, “Wait a minute…” While I love Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode” as much as the next gal, and though Afroman’s “Because I Got High” never fails to put a smile on my face (and I can’t — I won’t — forget Nicki Minaj’s iconic “You don’t want smoke with me, this is a laced blunt” in “MotorSport”), I had to settle on the songs I consistently come back to when I’m mellow. Pot has quickly cemented itself as one of the most used motifs in music today, and it’s not really that surprising to see why. Aside from sweeping legalization efforts across the country and changing attitudes, the substance has long been thought to amplify how we perceive, make and enjoy music. This notion is supported by a 2011 study that showed cannabis produces a mild synesthesia, or the blurring between sensory information. While the different regions of the brain are not remotely distinct, weed, in theory, can cross the boundaries between each processing area, meaning that the way we experience melodies is richer, deeper and more intense. Natalie Oganesyan is a junior writing about weed culture and politics. She is also the Associate Managing Editor. Her column, “To Be Blunt,” runs every other Friday. Another potential explanation for why music sounds better while stoned is that THC binds with receptors in the brain responsible for controlling memory, disrupting the retention of information in the short term. As the high mind attempts to rapidly process the ever-changing auditory input from songs, it inadvertently forces itself to live in the moment, forgetting the note played prior. Simply put, for stoners listening to music, time seems to come to a standstill. So think about the multidimensional, interwoven layers that make up any song — the beat, instrumentals and vocals — and how that could, and does, captivate the casual stoner and immerse them in a world filled with sensory overload (in my experience, usually in a good way). Plenty of anecdotal evidence supports these claims, but empirical data, as always, is lacking in the cannabis field. Fachner, who conducted the study, also found early links between cannabis and hearing therapy. According to his research, cannabis could help those with hearing impairments improve their listening capabilities, differentiate between sources for sounds and hear higher frequency sounds more clearly. You’ve often heard from cannabis connoisseurs and activists that weed simply makes everything better. In earlier iterations of my column, I discussed the magnifying qualities of being high: the way cannabis can enhance creativity and pleasure, stimulate the senses and boost focus on certain sensations. At the same time, given weed’s biphasic effect and the complex ways it interacts with cognition and perception, cannabis can produce opposing results — leading to hyperconcentration and overstimulation, whereby the brain is overwhelmed by the sensory input from its surroundings. Anecdotal evidence also seems to suggest the interplay between listening to music and smoking cannabis produces a synergistic effect, where one heightens the effects of the other and vice versa. Since both produce strong emotional responses, they in turn feed off of each other to produce a greater reaction. Cannabis consumption usually results in slower time perception, or a faster inner clock, which can improve musicians’ ability to improvise and experiment with their tracks, according to Jörg Fachner, professor of music, health and the brain and co-director of the Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research. This was particularly useful at the height of the Jazz Age; melodies lit up as musicians did, allowing the genre’s greats, such as Louis Armstrong, to envision the patterns within their rhythms and fine tune them. From Cab Calloway to Snoop Dogg, Sublime to Lana Del Rey, artists who write songs about weed have a long history of producing timeless hits (pun very much intended). Although odes to cannabis have origins in jazz, reggae and hip-hop, songs about weed span across myriad genres, including country, rock and, more increasingly, pop and alternative/indie. With stay-at-home orders in effect across many U.S. cities, what better time than now to smoke weed and listen to music? In all seriousness, though — because we can’t go (and shouldn’t be going) anywhere right now, this is the perfect time to pull out your bud and your quarantunes playlist. To help get you started, here are some of my favorite odes to weed, whether lyrically or sonically, to kick off your monthlong 420. “Unable to explicitly keep in mind what has just been played, or to think ahead to what might be played, people stoned on pot tend to hear music from note to note,” writes music psychologist Daniel Levitin in his book “The World in Six Songs.” “They live for each note, completely in the moment.” (Mya Davis | Daily Trojan) “Sativa” — Jhené Aiko“Habit” — Still Woozy“Young, Wild & Free,” ft. Bruno Wars — Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa“I Got 5 On It” — Luniz“High By the Beach” — Lana Del Rey“High for This” — The Weeknd“Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” — Arctic Monkeys“Sadderdaze” — The Neighbourhood“Addicted” — Amy Winehouse“Wild Irish Roses” — Smino“SUMMER” — BROCKHAMPTON“Lover Is a Day” — CUCO“Your Hand Holding Mine” — Yellow Days“Habits (Stay High)” — Tove Lo“Wait a Minute!” — WILLOW
They go up against UCD in Ballykelly with a 7 o’clock throw-in. The draw for the North Tipp U/21 B Hurling semi-final has been made.Ballina will take on Newport Gaels while Lorrha face Borrisoleigh.St Patrick’s College Thurles are in action this evening in the Division 2 semi-final of the Higher Education Hurling League.
Written By Last Updated: 8th August, 2020 09:32 IST Missed Tap-in Costs Fowler The Weekend At PGA Championship Fowler’s silly mistake — a miss from 6 inches on the sixth green — cost him a weekend starting time at the PGA Championship. Tringale’s error — signing an incorrect scorecard — saved him a couple hours of waiting around before he headed home, as well Associated Press Television News
Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, the Pearnel Charles Jr. (center), along with Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks flanked by heads of various Diaspora organizations. Minister of State in Jamaica’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Pearnel Charles Jr. says the Jamaican government is planning to more strategically harness the vast amount of resources available within the Jamaican Diaspora. Minister Charles pointed out there are tremendous resources and once a way can be found to pool them for the good of Jamaica, the country stands to benefit tremendously.Need to improve communication flows Delivering the keynote address at a reception given in his honor by Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks, at the Embassy of Jamaica on Tuesday, June 5, Minister Charles said there was need to improve the communication that flows from Jamaica to the Diaspora so that members can have access to more accurate information about what is happening in Jamaica and how the Government can facilitate Jamaicans who support their country. First meeting with DiasporaIn his first direct interaction with the Diaspora in the USA, Minister Charles, who was recently appointed state minister with responsibility for the Diaspora, told the large audience “I want to carve out a new dispensation to find ways to have a mutually beneficial exchange between members of the Jamaican Diaspora and my ministry. I believe that there is still this mindset that the Diaspora must be the only one to give. However, this giving must be a two-way street.” He argued that the country must also give back to the diaspora.Invest in the homelandThe minister urged the Diaspora to look at investing in their homeland. “Now is the time to invest in Jamaica as there are myriad investment opportunities that await you in your homeland, so I urge you to take advantage of this opportunity.”Minister Charles reiterated that one of his new responsibilities is to serve members of the Diaspora. We now need to focus on connectivity, partnership and facilitation so that Jamaicans living outside of Jamaica not only feel – but know – that they are not just seen as members of the Diaspora but that they are an integral part of the development of their homeland.The special reception was attended by Diaspora representatives from New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Delaware, Baltimore, Virginia and Washington DC. Minister Charles was in Washington to lead Jamaica’s delegation to the 48th Regular Session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), which ended on Tuesday night, June 5, 2018.