Batesville Memorial Public Library announces special event

first_imgBatesville, In. — The Batesville Memorial Public Library holds “Remember When…Storytime” on the fourth Wednesday of each month beginning February 27.The event is led by Jerry Bennett and Larry Hagen and is an opportunity to listen to, or tell a true story from your life.last_img

Suarez shines in Reds win

first_img Wales international Bale drilled in an early swerving free-kick which Brad Jones, back in the side because of Jose Reina’s calf injury, batted away unconvincingly but then had to cede centre-stage to Suarez. Philippe Coutinho combined well down left with Jose Enrique, starting the move with a cheeky backheel. The pair then exchanged passes before Enrique, holding off Walker, slid a perfectly-weighted pass for Suarez to run onto and surprise Lloris at his near post with the outside of his right foot. Bale – playing mainly through the middle – contributed, in some part, to the equaliser on the stroke of half-time. The ball was worked out to him and he curled a left-footed cross over the head of Jamie Carragher, on his 500th league appearance, for Vertonghen to get in front of Glen Johnson and head inside far post. Liverpool may have been aggrieved they did not get a penalty late in the half when Coutinho appeared to be pulled back by Walker as he tried to get on the end of a cross but they had conceded 10 minutes’ of pressure to the visitors. Bale played a part in Tottenham’s second just after the break when his free-kick was weakly headed down by Carragher to Vertonghen who fired home. Then a trademark driving run by Bale saw him pick out Gylfi Sigurdsson in acres of space at the far post but his shot was deflected onto a post by Johnson. Yet it was Tottenham’s nerves which faltered next. Walker attempted an inexplicable back-pass/crossfield ball from the right touchline which succeeded only in drawing Lloris out of his goal to clear. When he failed Downing nipped in to advance on goal and drill a shot through the legs of Vertonghen on the line. The pace of the game went up a notch and Daniel Sturridge headed into the side-netting and Bale nodded wide before another dreadful backpass, this time by Jermain Defoe, forced Benoit Assou-Ekotto to barge into Suarez. Gerrard, often Liverpool’s big man for the big occasion, stepped up to slot home his ninth of an increasingly profitable campaign. Luis Suarez edged the battle of the player of the year contenders after he scored and earned the match-winning penalty to eclipse Gareth Bale as Liverpool defeated Tottenham 3-2. The Premier League’s leading scorer drew first blood with his 29th of the season – and 22nd in the top flight – and, although his opposite number had a hand in both of Tottenham’s goals, the Uruguay international had the last laugh by winning the late spot-kick from which Steven Gerrard scored. Centre-back Jan Vertonghen had scored twice after Suarez had put the home side ahead only for calamitous misjudgements by Kyle Walker and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to gift Stewart Downing the equaliser. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Leahy return a boost for Arravale Rovers

first_imgArravale Rovers manager Sean Dalton believes the return of Donnagh Leahy to their starting line-up could make all the difference in Sunday’s County Senior Football Quarter Final against Loughmore – Castleiney.The inter-county star has been sidelined for the majority of the year through injury, but returned last week against Ardfinnan to deliver a fine performance.The Tipp Town side will be huge underdogs against the County Champions, who are favourites to retain their crown this year.last_img

DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF FINN VALLEY FM?

first_img2014 hails the new beginning of an exciting new radio station for the Finn Valley. Broadcasting from the CPI Centre in Castlefinn, they have two new state of the art studios.The new community radio station will be known as Finn Valley FM and will broadcast to the Finn Valley area, and is already streaming on the World Wide Web. The feedback so far has been phenomenal. Patrick Burns with a new team of committee members and presenters are working hard with the broadcasting authority of Ireland (BAI) in Dublin to get the new station up and running on the fm dial.The presenters host an array of different shows with many years experience in broadcasting. Finn Valley Fm are currently streaming on the internet. You can tune in online on mixlr, shoutcast or music goal. You can also keep up to date on Facebook and Twitter.This unique new station will cater for all age groups and music types. Finn Valley Fm are currently recruiting new presenters and news readers.If you think you can play a part in this new radio station please get in touch. Contact number 087 761 75 22 A launch night with the stars and an open day will be taking place shortly, your support would be greatly appreciated. Stay tuned for more information on www.finnradio.com“Exciting times lay ahead of radio listeners in East Donegal” DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF FINN VALLEY FM? was last modified: January 10th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Finn Valley FMlast_img read more