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Westport, In. — Officials from the Indiana Department of Transportation say contractors will close State Road 3 just north of Westport in Decatur County Monday, March 18 to replace a culvert at Wyaloosing Creek. The culvert replacement is part of a $2.6 million project that began last year to replace or rehab seven bridges and smaller structures on State Road 3 and State Road 7.The official state highway detour will follow State Road 46, U.S. 31, and State Road 7.State Road 3 is expected to reopen to thru traffic by April 6, weather depending.
Mullins said: “Soft ground and a right-handed track are two important ingredients for him, and two miles is probably his trip. “Ruby got him to settle today. He’s over 17 hands and must be the biggest horse in our yard. He’s just so strong, he’s improving and we will probably stay at home with him next season.” The red-hot duo went on to complete a four-timer when Upsie (9-10) beat stablemate Twigline in the Orchid Transport Mares Novice Hurdle, while it soon became a famous five for Mullins, who claimed the concluding Kildare Post INH Flat Race with Turnandgo (9-4 favourite) under his son, Patrick. Mullins said of Upsie: “She’s got a good engine but we’ll have to brush up her jumping. When she learns how to jump she’ll be a fair mare. “She got into a lot of trouble at Naas and did well to win. Nothing really went right for her in Naas but she still won. Her homework is great.” Press Association Following earlier wins for Quevega and Twinlight, Arvika Ligeonniere extended the dominance of Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh on day three of the Punchestown Festival when bouncing back to form in the Ryanair Novice Chase. The eight-year-old had failed to complete the course on his last two starts after winning two Grade Ones earlier in the campaign. The 7-2 favourite was always prominent as Special Tiara took them along before taking the lead before the third-last and going on to score by nine and a half lengths from Oscars Well. Special Tiara was third.
He added: “I think (West Brom manager) Steve Clarke should get an award because anyone who scores five against United deserves it.” Cardiff boss Malky Mackay was named the Championship manager of the season after winning the title. He said: “I am just very proud of the whole club – a lot of people in the last two years have put hard work into building this.” Yeovil’s Gary Johnson was named the League One manager of the year and Gillingham’s Martin Allen won the League Two award. Sir Alex Ferguson was on Monday night named the LMA’s Premier League manager of the year. Press Association The outgoing Manchester United boss picked up the award at a dinner in London and admitted he was relieved the celebrations to mark his retirement were over. They culminated in his last match in charge Sunday, a 5-5 draw at West Brom. Ferguson said: “It has been overwhelming. The club has been fantastic and congratulations to West Brom with the way they handled yesterday. In a way I am glad it is all over now – because it has been hard work!”
One Florida woman apparently had some time on her hands, and maybe a score to settle.According to authorities, 65-year-old Maria Bassi Lauro, of Davenport, mailed threatening letters containing white powder to three elementary schools where she previously taught.FBI agents arrested her at her home on Wednesday. She made her first appearance in Tampa federal court on charges of mailing threatening communications and transmitting false information and hoaxes.The indictment states that Lauro sent the letters to the schools in Polk and Lake counties between August and September of last year. The recipients thought the powder could be harmful since anthrax, ricin and other toxins can appear as a white powder.The powder was later determined to be harmless. However, the indictment did not offer a motive for the threats.Lauro was freed on restrictive bail.
DEER ISLE —The Deer Isle-Stonington competition cheer team qualified for the state championship meet with a fifth-place finish at Saturday’s Class D North championships at the Cross Insurance Center.The Mariners finish the day with 42.5 points. That total was enough to sent the team to states along with Penobscot Valley (first place), Central Aroostook (second), Machias (third), Bangor Christian (fourth) and Woodland (sixth).Deer Isle-Stonington will return to the Cross Insurance Center for the state meet Feb. 10. The Class D competition will kick off the day’s second session, which is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. following an intermission.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
New Delhi: Captain Joe Root and Joe Denly fought back denying Australia and keeping England’s hopes alive in the third Test at Headingley on Saturday.England were 15-2 in their second innings as Australia took out the openers for no runs in four balls chasing a target of 369. It looked like another dramatic collapse was on the cards following the their woeful 67 — their lowest Ashes total since 1948 — in the first innings.However, Joe Root and Joe Denly dug in and put on 126 for the third wicket. Denly fell just after completing his half-century. Root and Ben Stokes kept Australia from making further inroads taking England to 156 for 3 when stumps were drawn on Saturday. Root, in on a pair, was 75 not out while Stokes was batting on 2. England still need a further 203 runs to reach an unlikely target of 359. A win here will see Australia retain the Ashes at 2-0 up with two to play in a five-match series.Surrey openers Rory Burns and Jason Roy both fell cheaply shortly after lunch. Left-hander Burns (7) edged a lifting Pat Cummins delivery to David Warner at first slip before Roy, yet to convince as a Test match opener, played down the wrong line to Josh Hazlewood, who took 5-30 in the first innings, and was bowled.Root, in on a pair, got off the mark with a three off fast bowler Hazlewood to the delight of his home Yorkshire fans in a capacity, sun-drenched crowd.Denly, the only England batsman to reach double figures in the first innings with 12, repeatedly played and missed either side of being hit on the head by a Cummins bouncer.But both he and Root applied themselves on an increasingly slow pitch that was making life tough for Australia’s pace attack.The odds were still hugely in Australia’s favour, given only three sides have made more than 300 to win in the fourth innings of a Test at Headingley — Australia (404-3 in 1948), England (315-4 against Australia, 2001) and the West Indies with 322-5 two years ago.Earlier, Marnus Labuschagne missed out on a maiden Test hundred as he top-scored with 80 in Australia’s second-innings 246.It was his third successive fifty since becoming world cricket’s inaugural concussion substitute in place of star batsman Steve Smith during the drawn second Test at Lord’s.(With PTI Inputs) For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
NICE, France (Reuters) – France took a big step towards the last 16 of the Women’s World Cup after Eugenie Le Sommer’s penalty earned the tournament hosts a 2-1 victory against Norway yesterday.Le Sommer struck from the spot after Wendie Renard’s own goal had cancelled out Valerie Gauvin’s opener for France at the start of the second half.The victory put Corinne Diacre’s team top of Group A with a maximum six points. Norway, the 1995 champions, are second on three points, ahead of Nigeria on goal difference after the African champions won 2-0 against South Korea, who are bottom with no points.Norway play South Korea in their final encounter while France need a draw against Nigeria in their last group game to advance as group winners. Norway were on the back foot early on before stepping up a gear after 10 minutes, threatening on the break while the French defence showed signs of nerves.Norway had a clear chance in the 14th minute when Ingrid Engen’s header from a corner was deflected over the bar by Amel Majri.Les Bleues enjoyed more possession and were rewarded for their efforts a minute into the second half when Gauvin, who had started the opening game on the bench, tapped home from Majri’s cross. Yet eight minutes later, Renard deflected Isabell Herlovsen’s cross into her own net.It was all forgotten in the 72nd minute however, as France were awarded a penalty following a VAR review after Marion Torrent was kicked in the area by Engen.Le Sommer coolly converted the spot kick to send the Allianz Riviera stadium into raptures, netting her fifth World Cup goal to equal Marie-Laure Delie as France’s all-time top scorer in the tournament.