Dana Montgomery, 47, Aurora

first_imgDana M. Montgomery, 47, of Aurora passed away Saturday, January 20, 2018 at the Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. She was born at Madison on March 31, 1970 the daughter of Donald and Ola Vae Roark Simon. She was married to Mark Montgomery on July 9, 2005 and he survives. Other survivors include one daughter Tiffany Barrett of Aurora; one son Nelson Montgomery of Aurora; one grandson Cooper Alan Burst; her in-laws William and Linda Montgomery of Franklin and George and Joyce Wonnell of Greensburg; three brothers James (Cindy) Simon, Wayne (Brenda) Simon, and Vincent (Kelli) Simon all of Osgood; four sisters Karen (James) Dyer of Greensburg, Shirley (Darren) Hornberger of Osgood, Donna (Lonnie) Sparks of Holton, and Barbie (Ryan) Bultman of Greensburg; brothers and sisters-in-law Steve and Terri Hake of Aurora, Leeann and George Bayne of Greensburg, and William Montgomery, Jr. of Aurora, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and her niece Chelsa Simon. Mrs. Montgomery was a 1988 graduate of Jac-Cen-Del High School and received her LPN degree from Ivy Tech. She worked as an LPN at the Heritage House of Greensburg for 15 years, retiring in 2012 due to health reasons. Dana enjoyed her time with her large family and for fun she enjoyed visiting the riverboats, playing euchre, and bingo. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 25th at 11am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles. Dana’s brother-in-law Lonnie Sparks will officiate the service. Burial will be in the Hogan Hill Cemetery at Moores Hill. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the donor’s choice in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

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Update on the latest sports

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSUVA president predicts no normal football seasonUNDATED (AP) — The British government says tennis courts and golf courses in England can reopen starting Wednesday, but people can only play with members of their own household. Gyms and swimming pools remain closed, although swimming in the sea or lakes will be allowed. Associated Press Update on the latest sports May 10, 2020 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the announcement in a speech revealing the outlines of a “road map” for easing the coronavirus pandemic restrictions while maintaining forms of social distancing. The sports venues were ordered to be closed in March when Britain imposed a national lockdown.Johnson gave no indication when professional sports can resume competition.Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can set their own stance on tennis courts and golf courses, and they have already indicated a more stringent version of the lockdown will be maintained.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— The president of the University of Virginia says he hopes college football can be played this fall, but he doesn’t expect it to seem like “normal football seasons.” James Ryan told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that athletic director Carla Williams and football coach Bronco Mendenhall are committed to a safe return to play. But Ryan says nothing will proceed until medical officials say it’s safe to resume workouts. Ryan says school officials are taking things day by day. He says students need to be back on campus before football can begin. — President Trump has congratulated UFC for restarting the sports world Saturday night after a nearly two-month hiatus. Trump’s taped message was played during ESPN’s broadcast of the UFC 249 undercard from a fan-free arena Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida. He congratulated UFC President Dana White, who is a Trump business associate and a major contributor to his re-election campaign. UFC 249 served as the first major sporting event to take place since the global pandemic shut down much of the country nearly eight weeks ago. One of the fighters scheduled to take part in UFC249 tested positive for the COVID-19. Jacaré Souza’s middleweight bout against Uriah Hall was called off after Souza tested positive along with his two cornermen.— The Spanish soccer league is not changing its plan to resume competing after five players from clubs in the first and second divisions tested positive for COVID-19. The league confirmed the positive tests on Sunday but said it was not going to alter the practice protocol that got underway last week. Players from most clubs began individual training sessions on Friday after nearly two months of confinement because of the coronavirus pandemic. The league said it has told everyone to keep following health safety measures suggested by authorities, so the numbers of infected players “remain very low.” The five players who tested positive will remain sidelined until they fully recover. They will be allowed to resume practicing after testing negative in two consecutive tests.— A player for English Premier League team Brighton has tested positive for the coronavirus as clubs prepare for talks on how to resume competition during the pandemic. The southern England club told The Associated Press there is no need for other members of the squad or coaches to self-isolate because so far players have only worked in isolation when at the training base. Brighton said three players have now had the coronavirus. The first diagnosis was announced in March. The Premier League has government support for “Project Restart” and it will be trying to secure agreement among the 20 clubs on the plans during a conference call with them on Monday.— America’s Cup teams are returning to the water in varying degrees nearly two months after the coronavirus pandemic forced the shutdown of what would have been an impressive global road show for sailing. Defending champion Emirates Team New Zealand has returned to training on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbor with its half-size test boat after a mandatory lockdown was lifted. The Kiwis don’t have access to their 75-foot race boat because it’s still being shipped back from Italy after a preliminary regatta scheduled for April was canceled. By Monday or Tuesday, the New York Yacht Club’s yacht Defiant will be headed from Pensacola, Florida, to Auckland on a 500-foot ship.— Former Houston Rockets star Yao Ming, who is now president of the Chinese Basketball Association, says the league has three options for resuming the season that has been on hold since Feb. 1 over the coronavirus pandemic. Yao says the league might play out the full schedule; play a shortened season with some games dropped; or end the regular season and go straight to the playoffs based on teams’ current rankings. Yao told state broadcaster CCTV that he hopes as much as the season can be played as possible, but that public health and fairness are the key considerations. — The president of the French Tennis Federation says holding the French Open without fans later this year is an option. The clay-court tournament at Roland Garros was initially slated to be held May 24-June 7, but has been rescheduled for Sept. 20-Oct. 4. Bernard Giudicelli tells a French newspaper (Le Journal du Dimanche) that organizing it without fans would allow a part of the economy to keep turning.— Denny Hamlin closed NASCAR’s iRacing Series on Saturday with a victory at a simulation of throwback North Wilkesboro Speedway. This year’s Daytona 500 champion had four fresh tires as he chased down leader Ross Chastain and nudged him out of the way. Chastain retaliated by hitting Hamlin’s car after the checkered flag. Timmy Hill finished second, followed by Tyler Reddick, Chastain and Austin Dillon. Hamlin also won the opening iRacing event on March 22.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6last_img read more

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Tiger Woods Targets First Win in Five Years

first_img“This whole season has been pretty remarkable considering where I have come from,” said Woods.Woods’ last victory came 1,875 days ago in August 2013 when he won the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. He had his latest surgery in April 2017.The 14-time major winner, who is part of the US team for next week’s Ryder Cup, has won 54 of 57 PGA Tour events when holding the 54-hole lead.“I’ve got a three-shot lead. I’ve got a bunch of guys behind me that have been playing well and are playing well, and we’ll see what happens,” added world number 21 Woods.The Tour Championship is the last of four FedEx Cup play-off events that determine the season-long champion on the PGA Tour, with a $10m (£7.6m) bonus on offer.England’s world number one Rose would take the FedEx Cup title with victory in the season-ending event.A high finish could be enough for Rose, with current points leader Bryson DeChambeau struggling on two over.“It was crazy out there for sure, but it’s fun,” said 2013 US Open champion Rose, who played with Woods during the third round.“It’s good to see him exciting the people. I think people maybe didn’t realise they missed Tiger until now he’s back.“Now people really enjoy watching him play. And that’s why everyone is rooting for him, absolutely – except maybe for the other guys on the leaderboard.”Northern Ireland’s McIlory will get the chance to partner childhood idol Woods in the final round having finished his third round before Rose.“All I can do is worry about myself,” said world number five McIlroy.“It’s obviously exciting for the tournament, it’s exciting for golf in general that he’s up there, but all I can do is concentrate on myself.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former number one golfer. Tiger Woods has said that  he would “love” to claim his first victory in five years as the American takes a three-shot lead into the final round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta.Woods carded six birdies in his first seven holes en route to a five-under 65 to improve to 12 under at East Lake.Rory McIlroy (66) is tied for second with Justin Rose (68) at nine under.last_img read more

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Betting Gods fills a Void with monthly betting magazine in Malta

first_img Share Submit StumbleUpon Betting Gods has partnered with Void Ltd to a create a monthly magazine which provides the Maltese betting public with increased access to sports news and accurate betting predictions.The proposed magazine, which is yet to be named, will provide a wealth of knowledge to readers, including up-to-date sports news, betting previews, tips and gambling industry content. It will be published in Malta and made available for the Maltese community.Founded by Darren Moore, Betting Gods Limited runs professional sports tipster network BettingGods.com and RatedBookies.com, a new site focused on ratings for bookmakers according to their customer support, odds and markets, ease of use and punter friendliness.Digital and marketing agency Void Ltd is based in Malta and runs a successful online betting site called BIMSports.com, offering a wide range of online betting opportunities to customers, including bets on sports, poker, casino, pool and games.Moore commented: “We are incredibly proud to be working in partnership with Void. With Void being operators of leading sports book BIMSports.com, it may initially seem like a strange partnership for Betting Gods to enter, but the team behind the site don’t shy away from laying a bet, are incredibly supportive and accommodating to customers, with great odds and offers for punters.“As such, it seems a logical partnership that we combine our knowledge and expertise to provide the Maltese betting public with increased access to sports news, accurate betting predictions and unrivalled insightful support across a vast range of sports and gambling markets.”“We always stress that it’s important to recognise that no form of gambling could ever be completely risk-free,” he concluded. “We only advocate that our customers bet money that they can afford to lose and support the work of Gamble Aware and other similar organisations.” Related Articles Genesis to appeal UKGC’s ‘disproportionate suspension’ July 23, 2020 TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 Ray Wilson, AMLGS: Industry deserves praise for its reaction to a new normal July 23, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

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