CS Matiang’i transfers 98 Deputy County Commissioners

first_imgInterior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has Wednesday transferred to various stations across the country 98 Deputy County Commissioners and appointed 84 new commissioners in the same capacity.These changes in the State Department of Interior and Citizen Services according to a statement sent to newsrooms will take effect immediately.Other changes in the State Department of Interior and Citizen Services include Ministry HeadquarterGet breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Appointed Mr. Moffat Kangi as the Principal Administrative SecretaryAppointed Mr. Wilson Njega as the Secretary Internal SecurityAlso Read  SRC moves to address pay disparities  Transfers of Regional CommissionersTransferred Mr. Wilson Njega from Nairobi Region to Office of the President Head QuartersTransferred Ms. Anne Ngetich from Western Region to Office of the President Head QuartersTransferred Mr. James Kianda from Nyanza Region to Nairobi RegionAppointment of Regional Commissioners,Appointed Magu Mutindika as Regional Commissioner Nyanza RegionAppointed Esther Maina as Regional Commissioner Western RegionTransfer of County Commissioners as below;Onesmus Kyatha from Mandera County to Mombasa CountyJoshua Nkanatha from Kajiado County to Marsabit CountyEvans Achoki from Marsabit County to Kajiado CountyMichael N. Tialal from Siaya County to Garrisa CountyGilbert B. Kitiyo from Mombasa County to Mandera CountyStephen Kihara from Kisii County to Uasin Gishu CountyMwangi Meru from Garrisa County to Narok CountyGeorge Omoding from Bomet County to Kakamega CountySamuel Kimiti from Narok County to Bungoma CountyOlaka Kutswa from Nandi County to Kilifi CountyBoaz Cherutich from Nyandarua County to Migori CountyAbdirizak Jaldesa from Uasin Gishu County to Kisii CountyDavid Kipkemei from Homabay County to OOP HQJoseph Rotich from Migori County to PA/RC NyanzaAbdi Hassan from Bungoma County to OOP HQAlso Read  PSC to challenge Maraga’s advice to dissolve Parliament over gender ruleAppointment of County CommissionersFredrick Ndunga as County Commissioner Machakos CountyPaul Rotich as County Commissioner Siaya CountyMathias Mbogai Rioba as County Commissioner Tana River CountyMoses K..Lilan as County Commissioner Homabay CountyBenson David Leparmorijo as County Commissioner Nyandarua CountyJosephine Ouko as County Commissioner Bomet CountyAlso Read  President Kenyatta hails peace progress in S.Sudanlast_img read more

‘2019-20 Governor’s Fellowship’ applications available now

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — IndianaGovernor Eric Holcomb says applications will be accepted through March 31 for the 2019-2020 Governor’s Fellowship.The Governor’s Fellowship is highly selective and provides a unique experience in Indiana state government by placing fellows in various state agencies on a rotating basis throughout the year.“Our Governor’s Fellows are such a valuable piece to our team,” Gov. Holcomb said. “The wide range of assistance they provide over the course of their fellowship is key to serving Hoosiers in a timely and thorough manner.”The program is open to college graduates who receive their bachelor’s degrees in either the fall 2018 or spring 2019. Fellows are paid, full-time employees who participate in the day-to-day activities of state government.Many Governor’s Fellow participants have gone on to successful careers in both the public and private sector — with some serving at the highest levels of local, state and federal government.The application and submission guidelines can be found online here. To be eligible for consideration, the application and all supporting materials must be postmarked or submitted via email by March 31, 2019.If you have questions about the fellowship, contact Katie Gilson at the Governor’s Office at (317) 232-4567.last_img read more

Ella Turner September 8, 1923 – January 19, 2019

first_imgElla Turner, age 95 of West Harrison, Indiana passed away Saturday, January 19, 2019. Born September 8, 1923 in Hazard, Kentucky the daughter of Thomas and Sarah (Gaye) Sizemore,Ella married Isaac Turner June 19, 1941 in Newport, Kentucky. Member of St Leon Church of Christ, was a story teller, poem and song writer. Foster parent of six foster children for many years.Ella is survived by her children Eugene (Debbie) Turner of West Harrison, Indiana, Donald (Linda) Turner of Okeana, Ohio, Lonnie (Vivian) Turner of Bethel, Ohio, Wayne Turner of Harrison, Ohio, Greg (Debbie) Turner of West Harrison, Indiana, Rosezetta (Floyd) Brown of Bright, Indiana and Lana (BJ) Wolf of West Harrison, Indiana. Grandmother of 16, great grandmother of 33.Preceded in death by her parents Thomas and Sarah Sizemore, husband Isaac Turner and sisters Bessie Palmer and Cassie Sizemore.Visitation will be held Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. until time of funeral services at 12:00 P.M. all at Jackman Hensley Funeral Home 215 Broadway Street Harrison, Ohio 45030. Burial will follow at New Haven Cemetery Harrison, Ohio.last_img read more

Seymour man charged with child solicitation in Switzerland County

first_imgVevay, IN—Henry, Cornett Jr., age 29,  of Seymour, was extradited from Louisville, Ky to Switzerland County after being arrested on a warrant issued by the Switzerland County Court. The warrant was issued after an investigation into Cornett’s social media use.  Cornett appeared in Court to plead on charges of allegations of child solicitation and dissemination of matter harmful to a minor.last_img

Police Blotter 12-13-19

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ISDH says mild symptoms don’t need testing

first_imgStatewide—The Indiana Department of Health is advising that as COVID-19 becomes more widespread, most people with mild symptoms don’t need to be tested. Stay home if you’re sick, keep a six-foot distance from others and contact your healthcare provider if your symptoms (cough, fever and especially shortness of breath or wheezing) worsen.last_img

Maralee Ann Peters

first_imgMaralee Ann Peters passed away Thursday April 16, 2020 at Ripley Crossing in Milan, Indiana. Maralee was born in Farmington, Illinois on May 21, 1919 dying just short of her 101st birthday.  She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church & of the St. Paul Ladies Aide, a graduate of Moores Hill High School, and she worked at Schenley Distillery & Ben Franklin in Milan.  Maralee is preceded in death by her parents Albert and Alma (Kammeyer)Andrews, her sweet husband Charles Peters, son Ronald Miller, brothers Eugene, Verle, & Merle Andrews, sister Betty West, and great-great grandchild Nicholas Manley. She enjoyed gardening, being a homemaker, quilting, her church, and her family.Maralee is survived by her sons Gerald Miller, Moores Hill, Steve Peters, Dillsboro,  William Peters (Debbie) Milan, daughter-in-law Cindy Miller of Hidden Valley, her 9 grandchildren: Denise (Scott) Smith, Dale (Jill) Miller, Dean Miller, Christy (Jeff) Black, Ronnie Miller, Nikki (Todd) Cornett, Bryan Peters, Kyle & Shayla Peters, her 13 great grandchildren: Amy (Rev. Marcus) Manley, Erin (Richard) Giordano, Evan & Nathan Smith, Alycia & Shelby Miller, Katy (Bryce) Burnworth, Jacob & Benjamin Miller, Kelly & Bailey Black, Landon & Lucas Cornett, and her 8 great great grandchildren: John, Anna, Grace & Matthew Manley, Grant Giordano, Khole & Zoey Miller, and Elliot Burnworth.  To adhere to the Governor’s COVID-19 mandate, a private visitation will be held for Maralee Peters’ family.  A graveside service will be held at 1 PM Monday, April 20, 2020 at St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery, Milan, with Pastor Sue Socha officiating.  Memorials may be given in honor of Maralee to St. Paul Lutheran Church or Ripley Crossing Activity Fund.  Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 243, Milan, IN 47031, (812) 654-2141.  Please reach out to the family through our website at www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message or memory.last_img read more

Euro 2020 qualifiers: Croatia ease past Slovakia, Wales edge Azerbaijan

first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Son fires four past Southampton Bale completes Tottenham return from Real Madrid Tottenham re-signs Bale on loan World Cup runners-up Croatia stayed on course to qualify for Euro 2020 after a dominant display gave them a 4-0 Group E win in Slovakia. In another fixture, Wales kept alive their own hopes after a 2-1 home victory over Azerbaijan on Friday. Croatia are level with Hungary at the top of a tight group with both teams on nine points from four games, three ahead of Wales and Slovakia. Azerbaijan have no points. The Croatians hit the woodwork three times in the first half in Trnava and Slovakia keeper Martin Dubravka pulled off several good saves. However, Nikola Vlasic fired the visitors ahead in the 45th minute with his first international goal. The midfielder took the ball in his stride and fired a stinging low shot past Dubravka from 20 metres after the home side had survived a fierce Croatian onslaught. Ivan Perisic, who hit the crossbar and the post in the first half, made it 2-0 less than a minute after the break when his heavily-deflected shot from 25 metres left Dubravka stranded. Striker Bruno Petkovic added the third with a simple close-range finish after a flowing move as Croatia kept their feet on the pedal. OSlovakia could only muster a pair of shots from Robert Mak at the other end. Defender Dejan Lovren put the icing on the cake for Croatia with a diving header from a tight angle in the 89th minute. A bizarre Pavlo Pashayev own goal fired Wales ahead in the 26th minute as Gareth Bale’s deflected shot looped into the air and went in off the defender’s shoulder with keeper Salahat Agayev coming off his line to smother the ball. Mahir Emreli silenced the home crowd in Cardiff when he capitalised on Neil Taylor’s blunder and beat Wayne Hennessey at the second attempt, slamming in the rebound after the Wales keeper parried his initial effort. But the Welsh had the last laugh as Bale beat Agayev with a looping header in the 84th minute after a deflected Joe Allen effort fell kindly into his path. Reuters/NAN.Tags: CroatiaEuro 2020Gareth BaleMartin DubravkaWorld Cuplast_img read more

UCL: Liverpool qualify for round of 16

first_imgRelatedPosts Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea Aguero could be out of action until November, Guardiola says UCL: Benfica kicked out by player who left club one week earlier + other results Liverpool clinched their place in the Champions League round of 16 with a 2-0 victory away to FC Salzburg on Tuesday, thanks to goals from Naby Keita and Mohamed Salah. Like last season, Jurgen Klopp’s side went into their final group match without qualification assured and needed at least a point to guarantee their progression in the competition they won. And both sides squandered numerous chances, with Salah and Salzbug’s Erling Haaland – who had scored in every Champions League game this season – were the most guilty parties. However, the breakthrough did come when Keita headed past a group of Salzburg defenders into the net from Sadio Mane’s cross on 57 minutes. Less than a minute later, it was 2-0 when Salah somehow found the net from an incredible angle after rounding goalkeeper Cican Stankovic. The result means Liverpool finish as group winners – ahead of Napoli, who beat Genk 4-0 to secure their qualification – with 13 points.Tags: Liverpool Football ClubMohamed SalahSadio ManeUEFA Champions Leaguelast_img read more

Ighalo wants to extend Man U loan deal

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Gunners gun for West Ham scalp Odion Ighalo hopes his loan deal at Manchester United is extended until the Premier League season is completed.The Nigeria striker, 30, moved from Chinese side Shanghai Shenhua in January and has a contract until 31 May. Premier League bosses hope to resume the season in June, but with China’s Super League also intent on a restart, Ighalo may have to return to Shanghai.“I would like to finish the season if it’s possible,” Ighalo told BBC Sport.“I was in good form, good shape, scoring goals and now we’ve stopped now for over a month. I’ve given it my best and hopefully we’ll come back to play.“The team had a good momentum before the pandemic started. At the moment I’m on loan, and this will cut short my time at the club.”BBC Sport understand United are keen to extend Nigeria international Ighalo’s contract. He has scored four goals in eight games in all competitions for United, including once in the 5-0 Europa League last-16 win over LASK on 12 March, a day before the Premier League season was suspended.“The club, myself, every footballer is going through a lot because we can’t do what we love and what we know how to do best, so we’re just thinking about that for now and to finish the season before we start thinking about the contract,” said Ighalo.“I just want everyone to be safe and see what the future holds.”United are fifth in the table with nine games remaining.Ighalo said the Premier League will make the right decision in order to ensure players are “safe and healthy” if and when play resumes. Premier League clubs will meet on Monday to discuss a resumption to the season.The Chinese Super League is hopeful of restarting in late June.The Chinese football association has made a proposal for all professional clubs to cut the salaries of players and coaches by up to 50% to help combat the financial impact of the pandemic.Tags: English Premier LeagueLoan DealManchester UnitedOdion Ighalolast_img read more