Public call for the Cyclotourism Development Program on the Continent in 2020 published.

first_imgIn the first quarter of this year, the Ministry of Tourism is preparing the publication of the Public Call for the Competitiveness of the Tourism Economy Program for the award of small value grants, de minimis, for the purpose of raising the competitiveness of the tourism industry. The Ministry co-finances up to 90 percent of the eligible / eligible costs of implementing an individual project. The minimum amount of support is HRK 100.000,00, and the maximum is HRK 500.000,00.  According to the previously prepared Operational Plan for the development of cycling tourism in the county (2017-2020), the preparation of traffic studies for the purpose of tracing and marking cycling tourism routes is co-financed; production / installation of signalization / info boards along cycling routes, including the EuroVelo route marking; arranging / equipping cycling routes and setting up bicycle repair service stations along cycling routes; preparation of project-technical documentation for upgrading / construction of bicycle paths (including paths for certain types of cycling – enduro, XC, downhill, etc.); development of standards for “bed & bike” accommodation facilities; installation of bicycle / traffic counters at border crossings (entry / exit of EuroVelo route), on other international routes of bicycle routes (Sava route, Drava route, Pannonian road of peace route, etc.), in cities on the main bicycle routes, at the main tourist attractions at remote points in rural areas, etc .; arrangement of cycling tourist rest areas / lookouts on cycling tourist routes (smart rest areas, canopies, bicycle stands, installation of smart benches, installation of info boards about rest areas and relevant information about the locality / destination, etc.). The Ministry of Tourism has published a public call for grants based on the Cyclotourism Development Program on the Continent in 2020, for which HRK 5.000.000 has been provided. RELATED NEWS: SYNERGY FINALLY! 10 GROUP OF TOURIST BOARDS THROUGHOUT CROATIA SUBMITS ASSOCIATION REQUESTS Photo: TZ Samobor The funds are intended for the public sector – units of regional self-government, ie the following counties: Bjelovar-Bilogora, Brod-Posavina, Karlovac, Koprivnica-Križevci, Krapina-Zagorje, Lika-Senj, Međimurje, Osijek-Baranja, Požega-Slavonia, Sisak -Moslavačka, Varaždinska, Virovitičko-podravska, Vukovarsko-srijemska and Zagrebačka.center_img Cover photo: Davor Rostuhar / Source: CNTB According to the previously prepared Operational Plan for the Development of Cyclotourism in the County (2017-2020), the preparation of traffic studies for the purpose of tracing and marking cyclotourism routes is co-financed; production / installation of signalization / info boards along cycling routes, including the EuroVelo route marking; “Strengthening the continent in terms of tourism contributes to a more balanced tourism development of our country, and this is exactly one of the goals of the Government of the Republic of Croatia. Cyclotourism, in addition to, for example, gastro and health tourism, is a product of high attractive value, the development of which is especially important for a continent that has all the prerequisites for a stronger tourist positioning. In addition, cycling tourism attracts guests throughout the year, and it emphasizes the natural and cultural values ​​in the destinations and thus promotes sustainability and preservation, which is one of the foundations of future tourism development in Croatia., said Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli on the occasion of the announcement of the public call.  The public call is open until March 13, 2020, and find out more about the public call HERE PS ANNOUNCEMENT – PROGRAM COMPETITIVENESS OF THE TOURIST ECONOMY FOR ENTREPRENEURS IN TOURISMlast_img read more

Steinmetz is key man in Chelsfield MBO attempt

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Indonesian stocks fall to 4-year low following Wall Street crash

first_imgRead also: Another black Monday as coronavirus response upends Wall StreetThe infrastructure sector led the plunge as it nosedived 5.14 percent, followed by the basic industry that fell 3.59 percent and consumer sector that slid 3.22 percent.The rupiah, in the meantime, depreciated further on Tuesday as it fell 0.55 percent against the greenback to Rp 15,015 per dollar, breaking the psychological level of Rp 15,000 for the first time since October 2018, Bloomberg data shows.“The increasing number of COVID-19 cases globally has raised concerns among investors despite the Fed’s rate cut and injection to the financial market,” Indonesia Equity Analyst Association (AAEI) Edwin Sebayang wrote in a research note on Tuesday, projecting the index to move around 4,456 to 4,731 in the day. Read also: Selling spree drags stocks a further 4.4% as global market rout continuesWall Street suffered its biggest drop since the crash of 1987 on Monday following unprecedented steps taken by the Federal Reserve, United States lawmakers and the White House to slow the spread and blunt the economic hit of the coronavirus failed to restore order to markets. The Fed cut rates to a target range of zero to 0.25 percent and said it would expand its balance sheet by at least $700 billion in the coming weeks.The investors’ panic triggered another circuit breaker in Wall Street’s three main stock indexes for 15 minutes shortly after the open as the S&P 500 index fell 8 percent, Reuters reported.On Tuesday morning, Asian markets were also deep in the red. Tokyo slid 2.79 percent, Seoul was down 3.2 percent, Singapore slipped 0.92 percent, Shanghai lost 0.55 percent, while Hong Kong gained 0.1 percent.”Market conditions are highly volatile and there is still great potential for the index to continue weakening,” Artha Sekuritas analyst Dennies Christopher said. He said he was not advising investors to buy stocks during the continued stock market rout.  Indonesian stocks continued their steep fall on Tuesday morning, crashing to a level unseen since January 2016, following Dow Jones’ worst decline since 1987’s Black Monday.The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) slipped 0.33 percent upon opening to 4,675.34 as foreign investors dumped Rp 5.53 billion (US$365,658) worth of Indonesian stocks. As of 10:04 a.m. in Jakarta, the main gauge widened its loss and fell 4.09 percent, moving closer to the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) circuit breaker limit of a 5 percent fall.Forty-eight stocks started the session in the red with animal feed producer PT Charoen Pokphand Indonesia recording the steepest decline of 6.86 percent, nearly hitting the auto rejection limit of a 7 percent decline in prices.center_img Topics :last_img read more

India lifts export ban on Trump-touted drug hydroxychloroquine

first_imgIndia has lifted an export ban on hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malarial drug touted by US President Donald Trump as a potential “game changer” in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, a minister said late on Wednesday.”Department of Pharmaceuticals has approved the lifting of ban on Export of Hydroxychloroquine API as well as formulations,” India’s minister for chemicals and fertilizers, Sadananda Gowda, said on Twitter.Manufacturers, except export-oriented units and those in special economic zones, would still have to supply 20% of their production to the domestic market, Gowda said. The country, a leading exporter of generic medicines across the world, banned the export of the drug and its formulations in March as the coronavirus outbreak disrupted supply chains.But India eased some of these restrictions in April and shipped 50 million tablets of the drug to the United States that month, Reuters reported.Trump’s championing of hydroxychloroquine had initially raised expectations for the treatment, but conflicting reports of its efficacy have added to confusion about the decades-old drug.British scientists last week halted a major trial after it found that the drug was “useless” at treating COVID-19 patients. A Lancet medical journal study that found hydroxychloroquine increased the risk of death in COVID-19 patients was withdrawn a week after it led to major trials being halted.Meanwhile, the World Health Organization said it will resume its trial of the drug for potential use against the novel coronavirus after those running the study briefly stopped giving it to new patients over health concerns.IPCA Laboratories and Cadila Healthcare are two leading Indian manufacturers of the drug. IPCA’s shares were down 1.2%, while Cadila’s stock was up 1% in a broader Mumbai market that was lower on Thursday.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Owners of Pullenvale home ready to downsize from acreage property

first_imgMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019135 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale. 135 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale. 135 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.This beautiful home at Pullenvale is on the market and comes with a stunning infinity-edge pool and horse arena.The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, at 135 Airlie Rd, is on 1.96ha and features magnificent views.center_img 135 Airlie Rd, Pullenvale.There’s a wet bar, cinema room with projector and a luxurious gourmet gallery-style kitchen with Blanco stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry, and a built-in coffee machine and microwave.Brisbane West Kenmore agent Franzwa Van Vuuren said the owners lived locally.“They own another acreage property and are downsizing to a smaller property,” he said.“The children have left home and no longer have a need for horse or acreage facilities.”The home also features a cellar, gas stone fireplace, home office and ducted airconditioning.last_img read more

The finishing touches are ready to go on Southport’s latest tower Fivechester as Cr Chrichlow gives it the tick of approval

first_imgFivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.COUNCILLOR Dawn Chrichlow has given Southport’s newest residential tower her vote.With 80 per cent of the apartments sold, the finishing touches are now being made on the 12-storey building, Fivechester Terrace.The project has 26 open-plan units ranging between 100 sq m to 220sq m.Chrichlow said it was ideal for Southport’s growing community.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoFivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.“The people have spoken and they have said they want six to 12 storey buildings, ” she said.Chrichlow said residents would not be compromised on space with the size of the apartments.“You come from a house and think you’ll have to compromise on storage, but look at the pantry and the size of the bedrooms. Residents will never lose the views of the park.”“Southport is the CBD of the Gold Coast, and we are so proud we have such strong support from the Mayor of the city about Southport.”Fivechester Terrace, Southport, by developer Rawcorp.Director of Marketing Projects Kyia Anderson said the views and layout were major drawcards for owner-occupiers.“Fivechester offers a strong rental yield of five to six per cent, with low body corporate rates of just $50-$60 per week in a thriving suburb, also making it a smart investment choice.”last_img read more

People moves: Railpen hires head of investment risk, a new role

first_imgOAK BV – In January Vera Kupper Staub will succeed Pierre Triponez as head of Switzerland’s federal supervisory body for occupational pensions. Triponez has been president of the commission since its creation in 2012 and resigned after two terms in office. Kupper Staub, a former chief investment officer of the Pensionskasse for the Swiss city of Zurich (PKZH) and a former member of the board at ASIP, the Swiss pension fund association, has been vice president of the OAK for several years.In a statement, the Swiss government, which appoints the OAK members, said the occupational pension system had become more secure overall during Triponez’ time in office. “The much stricter requirements in terms of transparency, governance and conflicts of interest are showing their effect,” it said.A spokesman for ASIP said it welcomed Kupper Staub’s election as president and assumed good relations between the two bodies would continue.Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)  – Stephen Mann will be the professional’s body chief executive officer as of 6 January. He will be taking over from Des Hudson, who has been in a caretaker role as executive director since previous permanent CEO Derek Cribb went on garden leave at the end of June. Cribb officially leaves the IFoA at the end of this year.Mann originally qualified as a lawyer, but “has worked extensively with the actuarial community throughout a career in financial services,” according to the IFoA. He has been a board director of the Aviva Life business and more recently served as CEO at the Police Mutual Group.Grahame Stott, chair of the IFoA’s management board, said: “We are delighted to welcome Stephen Mann at a time when the IFoA is developing a new strategy with a clear focus on providing members with services and benefits appropriate to today’s business environment.”United Nations – Mark Carney will take on the role of UN special envoy for climate action and finance after stepping down as governor of the Bank of England, supporting the UN secretary general’s climate strategy by galvanising climate action and transforming climate finance for the COP 26 meetings in Glasgow in November 2020.A key focus of his role will be on shifting the financial system towards mobilising private finance to the levels needed to achieve the Paris Agreement ambition to keep global warming to at most 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.“This provides a platform to bring the risks from climate change and the opportunities from the transition to a net zero economy into the heart of financial decision-making,” said Carney. “To do so, the disclosures of climate risk must become comprehensive, climate risk management must be transformed, and investing for a net-zero world must go mainstream.”Impax Asset Management – The specialist asset manager has created the role of head of policy and advocacy, which Chris Dodwell has taken up effective 2 December. He is a climate change and environmental policy expert with a specialisation in the financing and delivery of climate action in the UK and overseas.Dodwell joined Impax from Ricardo plc where he was director of climate change, clean growth and strategic partnerships. Before joining Ricardo, he worked for 10 years at the heart of the UK Government’s work on climate change, carrying out roles including leading the UK’s implementation of the EU Emissions Trading System and heading the UK delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).Sackers – The law firm has strengthened its finance and investment group with the appointment of James Geer, a structured finance lawyer, as a senior associate. He was previously at Clifford Chance for more than nine years where he focused on derivatives, structured finance and derisking transactions, acting primarily for financial institutions.At Sackers, he will be part of the finance and investment group which is the focus of the firm’s expertise for finance and investment-related legal advice required by pension schemes as institutional investors, advising both trustees and sponsors.Paul Phillips, head of Sackers’ finance and investment group, said: “We have seen an increasing demand from our clients for advice on complex derisking solutions. James’ arrival will enable us to continue to meet this demand and his experience of longevity swaps and all types of structured finance transactions will be invaluable.”JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) – Paul Kennedy will join the firm in early 2020 as head of strategy and portfolio manager, real estate Europe. He will be based in London and report to Peter Reilly, head of real estate Europe.Kennedy will lead the European real estate strategy team and contribute market views to JPMAM’s real estate investment process. This team sits within JP Morgan Global Alternatives, the alternative investment arm of JPMAM with more than 700 professionals globally and approximately 50 individuals dedicated to European real estate based in London, Paris, Frankfurt and Luxembourg.Alcentra – The private debt manager, which is part of BNY Mellon Investment Management, has made several senior promotions. To support the continued growth of Alcentra, Daniel Fabian has been promoted to president and chief operating officer. In this role, he will manage the firm’s growth strategy and oversee day-to-day operations in order to continue to drive value for clients and employees. He has spent the past 12 years at Alcentra, of which the last four years have been as COO and chief financial officer.Joining the senior leadership team are two newly appointed co-chief investment officers: Graham Rainbow – previously head of European loans – and Leland Hart – previously head of US loans and high yield. Both Rainbow, based in London, and Hart, based in New York, will retain their current portfolio management responsibilities and together will oversee and manage Alcentra’s investment portfolios.The dual role has been created to accommodate the growth of Alcentra across its product strategies and allows the company to effectively deal with growing investor demand for debt capabilities globally. Following this reorganisation, Vijay Rajguru will leave the firm to pursue other opportunities.Ninety One – Investec Asset Management, which is on track to list as Ninety One in the first quarter of 2020, pending shareholder approval, has announced the composition of its board of directors.Gareth Penny will assume the role of independent non-executive chair. He brings a wealth of experience in chairing and serving on public and private company boards in both the UK and South Africa. For the last 12 years, Penny he as non-executive director (and remuneration committee cair) of Julius Bär Group, the Zurich-listed Swiss bank focused on wealth management. He is also chair of Norilsk Nickel, producer of nickel and palladium, and of the Edcon Group, a private company and Southern Africa’s largest non-food retailer. He spent 22 years with De Beers, where he went on to become group CEO.Commenting on Penny’s appointment, Hendrik du Toit, founder of Investec AM and joint CEO of Investec, said: “It is a privilege to welcome someone of Gareth’s calibre as Chairman of the soon to be listed Ninety One. We stand to benefit from his deep understanding of international business, particularly in emerging markets, and his substantial corporate governance experience.”The other independent non-executive directors joining Penny on the board are Colin Keogh, Busisiwe Mabuza, Idoya Basterrechea Aranda and Victoria Cochrane. Du Toit, who will assume the role of CEO of Ninety One upon listing, Kim McFarland, finance director of Ninety One, and Fani Titi, joint CEO of Investec, complete the Ninety One board.“We have assembled a board that is strong, independent, diverse and experienced. We are confident that they will help us chart a successful future for Ninety One as an independent, global investment manager,” said du Toit.Dimensional Fund Advisors – Lisa Dallmer is the firm’s new chief operating officer. She will serve on the executive committee and partner with senior leaders of the corporate, sales and marketing, and investment teams to develop and implement operational strategies that improve standards, drive efficiency, and enhance business capabilities.“As Dimensional continues to grow, innovate, and enhance the solutions we provide to clients, we are pleased to add a key new leader to our team,” co-CEO Gerard O’Reilly said.Dallmer brings to the role two decades of senior leadership experience in global financial operations. She has served as COO of global technology and operations for BlackRock in New York, COO of European markets for NYSE Euronext in Paris, and vice president of tech startup Archipelago, which was acquired by the New York Stock Exchange. Most recently, she has served as a strategic advisor to CEOs on fintech solutions.Emerging Markets Investment Management – The emerging markets focused asset manager owned by Duet Group, has recruited Michel Sindelar as chief executive officer and chief investment officer of the newly formed EMIM Emerging Markets Multi Strategy Fund. He will start his new role in January 2020 in the group’s headquarters in London,Sindelar’s expertise will complement the established team of EM specialist portfolio managers and research analysts. He as more than 25 years of experience both on the buyside and sellside across EM. He has a distinguished career in sales and trading at Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse in New York and London. He also worked at Credit Suisse Asset Management and Lombard Odier in Geneva.Prior to joining EMIM, Sindelar was a managing director and head of European distribution and a member of the European equity management at BofA.Sindelar’s hire follows the recent appointemnt of Erik Renander from Principia; Renander brings 20 years of investment experience and is the portfolio manager of HI EMIM Africa Fund, a multi asset UCITS strategy that focuses on Africa.Asset Management One International – The Japanese asset manager has hired Andrea Favaloro as head of business development for EMEA. His previous roles include head of sales and marketing and member of the management committee at Generali Investments, and member of the executive committee at BNP Paribas Asset Management. Asset Management One has also appointed Frederic de Merode to the newly created role of head of distribution for the region, reporting to Favaloro. RPMI Railpen, OAK BV, IFoA, Police Mutual Group, United Nations, Impax, Sackers, JP Morgan, Alcentra, Ninety One, Dimensional, Ricardo, Asset Management One InternationalRPMI Railpen – Richard Swart has been hired to the newly created role of head of investment risk at Railpen. In his new role, he is responsible for leading and developing Railpen’s investment risk function, building on its strong existing investment risk measurement and performance capabilities.He was previously principal risk manager at PGGM, the €238bn asset manager for the Dutch healthcare pension fund, and has also held investment roles at APG Asset Management and Deloitte. He joined on 2 December and will report to Railpen’s chief fiduciary officer.last_img read more

Bostik Boys shares their tips for sprucing up your pad for sale

first_img ***REPAIR AND REFRESH This is what a 7 year home renovation project looks like Nothing puts people off more than a house or apartment that looks tired. Start by washing your walls and skirting boards with sugar soap. Then decide if a coat of paint is required, and if so, whether to paint the entire property or focus on particular areas. MORE NEWS: Brisbane’s worst house: So bad, you can’t even go inside to see it ***FINISHING TOUCHES Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:11Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:11 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen5 tips to style your home for sale01:12The weather is warming up and for sellers that means it is time to spring in to action and get their property ready for sale.To help sellers, the Bostik Boys, two tradies Adrian Franchina and Mark Menegatti, share their tips on how to make a property stand out during the all important spring selling season. MORE THAN ELBOW GREASE: This house at 47 Birch St, Marsden, was dubbed the worst in Brisbane, and sold as is.Declutter your home and be ruthless. Take a good hard look and get rid of anything that isn’t absolutely necessary. An uncluttered house feels bigger and more relaxing to live in. Decluttering can add thousands to the value of your property. Fix anything that is broken or damaged. Leaking taps or shower heads must be repaired. Ensure all light globes work. Cracks in walls should be sealed. Cracked tiles need to be replaced. Cracked windows – even cracked shower screens – should be replaced. Basically, anything that looks like it will be a bit of effort to fix should be done before you list. It’s all about removing potential hurdles for buyers. Take the time to fix up your garden. Rake leaves, trim bushes and hedges and consider planting some jasmine for an extra hint of happiness. ***CLEAN, CLEAN AND CLEAN SOME MORE ***DON’T FORGET OUTSIDE Remove your family photos and other items that really link your home to your family. You’re trying to help potential buyers imagine your home as theirs, so remove any obvious obstacles.Think about the time of day your property looks its best. This will depend on the orientation of your home. If your property faces west and gets really hot in the afternoon, plan your opens for the morning. Getting a property ready for sale is a lot of work but it’s generally a case of short-term pain for long-term gain. Put in the effort before listing and you’ll be more likely to get a much better result during your campaign. Like a ninja!More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoSteam clean your carpets. Blinds and curtains are often overlooked but need to be clean. This can add a whole new level of freshness to a property. If you have pets – or teenagers – you’ll need to deodorise. Every single window in your property will need to be cleaned, inside and out. You’ll be amazed how much brighter your home appears once that layer of grime is gone. We recommend a warm water and white vinegar solution and several sheets of newspaper. One way to make your bathroom appear new again is to re-grout. It can take a bit of effort, but the results can be dazzling and could help potential buyers overlook an aged toilet or basin. If your budget permits employ a professional cleaner to give your property a “vacate clean’’. These people can work wonders and they will see stuff that you won’t even have considered. This landscaped garden at 89 Longman Terrace in Chelmer is en point.Repair any damaged outdoor stairs, decks or railings. If you have the space, invest in making a relaxing and appealing outdoor area. Outdoor furniture and rugs can be bought cheaply on Facebook Marketplace or eBay. Another “room’’ will only add to the appeal of your property. You might groan at the thought of this next one, but don’t forget to clear out your garage and shed. To make it appear even more useful add some bike racks and get those items off the floor. Bostik Boys Mark Menegatti and Adrian Franchina Picture: Supplied And this one is STILL on the market in Townsville Clean every room like a ninja. Give your oven a hardcore clean and clean your fridge and dishwasher too – people will look inside during inspections. Same goes for inside cupboards and wardrobes. Some people will hire stylists to make their properties look their best. It’s often worth the investment, but if you can’t there are a few things you can do to improve your property. Buy a new welcome mat. They get worn and grotty over the years, so invest in a new mat. Wax on, wax off. Ralph Macchio in The Karate Kid. Suppliedlast_img read more

Area Girls Basketball Scores (12-30)

first_imgArea Girls Basketball Scores.Wednesday  (12-30)Delphi Tourney.7th Place-North White  51     Hammond  235th Place-Jac-Cen-Del 70    North Mont 323rd Place-Tipton  57     Rossville  42Championship-Delphi 61   Indy Attucks 59Greenfield-Central Tourney.7th-Whitco  55   Richmond  505th-East Central 52  Louisville Eastern 343rd-Marquette Cath 55  P-ton Heights 531st-Westfield 42  G-field-Central 34Cambridge City Lincoln Tourney.1st Round Games.North Decatur  50     Union County  45Cambridge City Lincoln  56     Cowan  38Consolation-Union County  62     Cowan  31Championship-Cambridge City Lincoln  52     North Decatur  47last_img read more

June 30, 2017 Police Blotter

first_imgJune 30, 2017 Police Blotter063017 Batesville Police Blotter063017 Decatur County EMS Report063017 Decatur County Fire Report063017 Decatur County Jail Report063017 Decatur County Law Reportlast_img