Australia’s NOPSEMA has opened for public comment the environment plan for 3D Oil Limited’s Sauropod 3D marine seismic survey in the Roebuck Basin, within exploration permit WA-527-P.3D Oil proposed on July 16th to undertake the Sauropod 3D marine seismic survey in Commonwealth waters of the Roebuck Basin, within exploration permit WA-527-P. The purpose of the Sauropod 3D survey is to collect high quality geophysical data about rock formations and structures beneath the seabed and assess potential for new oil and gas discoveries.The acquisition area covers approximately 3,500 km2. The acquisition area is surrounded by a larger operational area (approximately 6,000 km2), for the purpose of line turns, run-ins, run-outs, seismic testing and support activities. The seismic survey will be undertaken in water depths between approximately 95 m to 172 m.The survey will involve a single seismic survey vessel towing a seismic source array with a total volume of 3,090 cubic inches (in3), at a water depth of approximately 5 – 10 m.The seismic source will use compressed air to emit regular pulses of sound that reflect off the seabed and underlying rock formations. The reflected sound wave will be received by up to 12 hydrophone streamers. Each streamer will be up to 7,000 m in length, spaced 75 m apart and towed at a depth of approximately 15 m.The Sauropod 3D survey will take a maximum of 60 days to acquire, and will be undertaken within the acquisition window of January to April 2020, or January to April 2021.The precise timing of the survey is subject to vessel availability, weather conditions and other operational considerations, and will take into account the seasonality of environmental sensitivities, where practicable.
Betty S. Yorn 59, of Milan passed away November 16, 2017 at The Waters of Batesville. Betty was born Sunday May 11, 1958 the daughter of Cecil and Una Faye (Short) Spurlock. She was a member of the Bridge of Hope Church. She had worked for Deufol as a packer for many years. Betty enjoyed playing Bingo, crafts, cooking, baking and spending time with her family.Betty is survived by companion: Kelly Yorn of Milan; sons: Sid (Paula) Yorn Holton; Josh (Jennifer) Yorn of Aurora; daughter: Ashley Mullins of North Bend, Ohio; step-father: Jim Johnson of Sunman; Father: Cecil Spurlock of Milan; brothers: Dencil Spurlock of Moores Hill; Jimmy Johnson of Sunman; sisters: Pam Sloan of Batesville; Denis Simms of Milan; Jean Parrish of Illinois. 7 Grandchildren and 6 Great-Grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her mother; two sisters: Carol Lamberth and Denise Spurlock and grandaughter Kaybree Mullins.Funeral services for Betty will be at 11 AM Tuesday November 21, 2017 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home with Pastor Doug Norman officiating. Visitation will also be Tuesday 9-11AM at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Family. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street PO Box 243, Milan In 47031, 812-654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave any online condolence message for the family.
WEBSTER CITY, Iowa – The Deery Brothers Summer Series event scheduled for Saturday, April 18 at Hamilton County Speedway has been rained out.The next event for the Late Model tour is set for Sunday, May 3 at Quad City Speedway in East Moline, Ill.
RelatedPosts David Silva recovers from COVID-19 Manchester City hero Silva returns to Spanish club David Silva joins Real Sociedad Former Manchester City midfielder David Silva has tested positive for coronavirus on the day he was unveiled at new club Real Sociedad.The 34-year-old joined Sociedad on a free transfer earlier this month but returned a positive COVID-19 test after arriving at San Sebastian. The La Liga club said it was Silva’s second test within 72 hours since landing in Spain, having previously tested negative.Sociedad’s new boy had been unveiled by the club only hours before the announcement.The Spaniard, a former World Cup and European Championship winner, left Man City at the end of his contract before signing a two-year deal with Sociedad.He is self-isolating and is displaying no symptoms, the club said.Silva’s new teammate Mikel Oyarzabal has also contracted the virus and was replaced in Luis Enrique’s Spain squad by Villarreal forward Gerard Moreno. Spain face Germany in their Nations League opener in Stuttgart on Thursday, before hosting Ukraine three days later.The 2020/21 La Liga campaign gets underway on September 12.Earlier in the day, Silva had been talking about targeting more silverware after returning to Spain.After a trophy-laden 10-year stay at City, he told a press conference that he was in no mood to ease himself quietly towards retirement.He said: “The team is playing some great football and I hope to add to that here and have some great years at the club. “I have high expectations in terms of the football we’ll be playing and I think we can compete for silverware.“I’ve been lucky enough to win a lot of things in my careerTags: COVID-19 testDavid SilvaReal Sociedad
Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifier against Russia tonight is in some doubt due to the weather in Belfast. Overnight rain and snow has left the city in wintery conditions, making the Windsor Park pitch a major concern. Linfield’s stadium is among the more basic in international football and it does not have much in the way of defences to the elements. Press Association The Irish Football Association this morning released the following statement: “The referee (Norway’s Tom Hagen) will inspect the pitch at 10am this morning as part of his normal duty. “We will keep you updated throughout the day.” The snow has also forced the closure of the runway at George Best Belfast City Airport.
“First of all, when we had a very young team we had a style that was maybe a little bit rough for us and we could not always cope with it,” he added. “Last year we went to Stoke with a very young defence – we had Bellerin, Chambers, Martinez – and at the start of the game we got caught. “Petr Cech is 34, (Per) Mertesacker 30, (Laurent) Koscielny 30, (Nacho) Monreal 30… Before we did not have that level of experience and that helps a little bit. “But over the years they had a very efficient, traditional English style which nobody liked to play against and at home it is as well a very windy stadium. “I think it feels stronger. It is always a test Stoke and I believe our record goes against us but it is interesting as well because it is also a mental test to show we have moved forward and that we can deal with what Stoke offer.” Arsene Wenger is surprised by Stoke’s footballing revolution but feels the big names they have attracted proves Barclays Premier League still has pulling power. Wenger takes his table-topping Arsenal to the Britannia Stadium on Sunday, with the Gunners having won only once in the league at Stoke in 34 years. The Arsenal players and management received a barrage of abuse from angry fans last year as they boarded their train back to London following a 3-2 defeat. But they go back this season with their best chance of taking the league title for the first time since 2004, sitting top on goal difference from Leicester after drawing 3-3 at Liverpool on Wednesday night. While Stoke have held a jinx over Arsenal in recent years with their robust and direct style of play at odds with that of Wenger’s teams, Mark Hughes has introduced an attractive approach in the last two years. He has tempted a host of European football’s most prestigious talents to the Potteries and Wenger has been impressed with their alterations. Asked if he was surprised at how Stoke have evolved, Wenger said: “Yes, I think they have gone a more technical and creative way. “They have proved their creative potential and it’s a symbol of Premier League power because Ibrahim Afellay has played at Barcelona, Xhedran Shaqiri at Bayern Munich, Bojan at Barcelona, Marko Arnautovic at Werder Bremen. “So they have players who have played at the top European clubs. They have not taken them because they were bad and today they play at Stoke so that shows you the financial power of the Premier League.” Despite the fans showing their displeasure following the loss at Stoke last December, Wenger has said he has no qualms travelling by train once again. The 66-year-old believes having a more experienced side, coupled with Stoke’s change in approach, could see his side banish those memories. Press Association
India will play two T20 and five ODIs against Australia. The first game will be played at Visakhapatnam. This will also be India’s last assignment before the World Cup. Further, Virat Kohli is all set to make a return after skipping the entire T20I leg versus New Zealand earlier this month. With the Australia series being India’s last assignment for the all-important World Cup, fringe players like KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant are expected to feature in the playing XI.In the top-order, India may well go with a left-right combination, giving Rohit Sharma rest in the first encounter. The team will also be looking to give Shikhar Dhawan some more game time as he had a quiet Australia New Zealand series. With this, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul are likely to start off the innings for India, who is expected to feature in all games before the World Cup and fancy his chances ahead of the World Cup selection.While selectors have included three wicket-keeper batsmen in the squad, it is highly likely that Dinesh Karthik and MS Dhoni will feature ahead of Rishabh Pant. The permutation and combination look more real as Karthik isn’t included in the ODI squad. In these circumstances, the team management will look to try Karthik in the shortest format, and then play Rishabh in the ODIs.The panel has also rested spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and it is expected that Umesh Yadav will replace him. Lastly, Mayank Markande, the Mumbai Indians spinner, is also expected to make his debut.Probable XI: Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), MS Dhoni (wk), Dinesh Karthik, Krunal Pandya, Vijay Shankar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Mayank Markande. highlights New Delhi : After a historic win against Australia on their home soil, the men-in-yellow are all set for a couple of bilateral series against India. A few months ago, when India toured Australia for a full series comprising of all three formats, India emerged as victorious in two of three series. Only T20 assignment was where India wasn’t successful as both teams settle with a scoreline of 1-1, as one game ended with a no result with rain gods not letting the game to finish.With this, as Australia arrive in India for two T20 and five-match ODI series, India will look to tick the only unticked box in their favour. The two teams will lock horns for the first time on 24th February at Visakhapatnam for first T20 game.The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) selection committee has made some interesting calls for this series, which makes it more interesting. On one hand, the likes of Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul have been called back into the squad and on the other Khaleel Ahmed is dropped. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
The club says players will have the option to start practicing at the team’s training center after the Spanish government decided to ease some of its lockdown measures. Non-essential workers will be allowed to return to their positions this week while observing social-distancing guidelines and other restrictions.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— Former British soccer star Kenny Dalglish has expressed “immense gratitude” to National Health Service staff after returning home from the hospital following his coronavirus diagnosis. The 69-year-old former Celtic, Scotland and Liverpool forward was hospitalized on Wednesday for treatment on gallstones and subsequently tested positive for COVID-19 despite not showing symptoms.— Smaller cities and communities are dealing with the cancellation of showcase sporting events. For Oklahoma City, that means losing the Women’s College World Series. The annual event determines the NCAA softball championship. It has been hosted by Oklahoma City every year but one since 1990. Last year, it brought in an estimated $14 million to the city and its businesses. Even more was expected this year because of a stadium seating expansion.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-OBIT-BECKERTGlenn Beckert, 4-time All-Star second baseman for Cubs, diesCHICAGO (AP) — Glenn Beckert, a four-time All-Star second baseman for the Chicago Cubs in the 1960s and ’70s, died Sunday. He was 79. Update on the latest in sports: He said, “If you’re not trying to win at all costs, what on earth are you doing there?”Moss was hospitalized with a chest infection in 2016 that led to him retiring from public life in 2018.SPORTS-VIRUS OUTBREAKSpanish soccer team to resume trainingUNDATED (AP) — A Spanish soccer team plans to have its players resume training individually this week. Real Sociedad would become the first Spanish soccer club to resume activities during the coronavirus pandemic. Citing his family, the Cubs said he died of natural causes in Florida.Playing alongside Hall of Famers Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Ron Santo and Ferguson Jenkins, Beckert won a Gold Glove in 1968 and made four straight All-Star teams for Chicago starting in 1969. He had the best strikeout-to-at-bat ratio in the National League five times and finished third in average when he hit a career-high .342 in 1971.Beckert batted .283 in 11 seasons with Chicago (1965-73) and the San Diego Padres (1974-75).He is survived by daughters Tracy Seaman and Dana Starck and longtime partner Marybruce Standley.AUTO RACING-OBIT-MOSS Former Formula One driver Stirling Moss dead at 90LONDON (AP) — Motor racing great Stirling Moss has died at the age of 90.The daring and speed-loving Englishman was widely regarded as the greatest Formula One driver never to win the world championship.Moss’ wife said he died peacefully at his London home following a long illness. Susan Moss says “it was one lap too many. He just closed his eyes.”Moss was affectionately known as “Mr. Motor Racing” and had a fearless and often reckless attitude. That took a toll on his slight body and his career ended at age 31 after a horrific crash. Moss won 16 of the 66 F1 races he entered. Associated Press April 12, 2020
Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno also produced two crucial saves to keep out Lukaku, before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang doubled the hosts’ lead from the penalty spot after Fred’s foul on Alexandre Lacazette.Soon after Arsenal’s second goal, a fan ran on to the pitch and shoved United defender Chris Smalling before being removed by stewards.The Gunners have won seven out of 10 top-flight games in 2019 and are one point behind north London rivals Tottenham, who sit third in the table, with eight games remaining.United, who started the weekend in fourth, drop to fifth in the race for a Champions League spot next season.“Tottenham Hotspur, we’re coming for you” chants filled Emirates Stadium at the final whistle as Arsenal fans celebrated a crucial win.Last weekend, Aubameyang left Wembley dejected after his last-minute penalty was saved by Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris to deny Arsenal victory in the North London derby.Against United, he stepped forward and beat De Gea from the spot to seal a first victory over United in six league and cup meetings.It was awarded after Fred’s forearm nudged into Lacazette, sending the French forward tumbling inside the box.Lacazette inspired one of Arsenal’s finest days under Unai Emery’s command.The Gunners were sharp, lively and industrious as they made amends after United eliminated them from the FA Cup six weeks ago.Emery named six players who started Thursday’s Europa League defeat by Rennes in his starting line-up, but there was little sign of fatigue as the hosts came flying out of traps.They opened the scoring with their only shot on target in the first half, Xhaka deceiving De Gea with a shot that left the United keeper rooted to his line.Leno was also key for Gunners.The German did well to frustrate Lukaku as the Belgium forward threatened to go around and equalise, before denying the same player with an outstretched leg after half-time.Arsenal have now played all their Champions League chasing rivals – a place in Europe’s most prestigious competition next season is very much in their own hands.United have got used to winning under Solskjaer and it will be interesting to see how they respond to a first domestic setback under the Norwegian.After their incredible midweek exploits against Paris St-Germain, they started slowly – although Lukaku will wonder how he did not score from United’s first serious attack.The visitors paid the price when they conceded their earliest league goal under Solskjaer and, despite creating chances, were not clinical enough in the final third.Paul Pogba was disappointing on his return to the side but he was by no means United’s only player who struggled to reach their recent heights.This was only United’s second defeat in 18 league and cup games under Solskjaer.A place in the top four remains in their sight, although they will need to produce an immediate reaction when they return to league action after the international break.Arsenal will attempt to overturn a 3-1 deficit when they entertain Ligue 1 side Rennes in the Europa League last-16 on Thursday while United are in FA Cup quarter-final action next Saturday at Wolves .Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered his first Premier League defeat since being appointed Manchester United’s interim manager as Arsenal leapfrogged their opponents to move into the top four.Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka beat David de Gea with a swerving shot from outside the penalty area, which the United keeper was expected to stop.Romelu Lukaku hit the bar while the game was goalless, when it appeared easier to score, and Brazilian midfielder Fred struck a post for United.
With graduation quickly approaching, check out the 10 most memorable events in Syracuse sports over the last four years.Josh Chang | Staff PhotographerNov. 2013-Feb. 2014 — Men’s basketball’s 25-0 start to seasonThe Orange got off to its best start in school history by winning the first 25 games of the year. Led by freshman point guard Tyler Ennis, SU shot through the national rankings. Included in the run were memorable wins against Duke and Pittsburgh. The win against Duke set the all-time record for an on-campus crowd (35,446) and the Orange won 91-89 in overtime in the two schools’ first meeting as ACC foes. On the road at Pittsburgh, Syracuse trailed Pitt by one with 4.4 seconds left but Ennis pulled up from nearly half court and drained a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to extend the Orange’s win streak.Daily Orange File PhotoAdvertisementThis is placeholder textMay 25, 2014 — Women’s lacrosse national championship lossIn Syracuse’s second championship game appearance in three years, the Orange let Maryland score five goals in the game’s opening five minutes and eventually lost the matchup, 15-12. While the game was just another loss to Maryland — since head coach Gary Gait started coaching SU, his program is 1-11 against UMD — it was the last game SU legends Alyssa Murray and Kayla Treanor played together.Daily Orange File PhotoMarch 6, 2015 — NCAA sanctions The NCAA released a 94-page report detailing improper academic benefits, violations of the school’s drug policy and a lack of institutional control that had taken place over the course of more than a decade involving the men’s basketball and football teams. As a result, Director of Athletics Daryl Gross stepped down, head men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim said he would retire in three years and the teams were put on five years probation — among other things. Through appeals, the university won back scholarships, Boeheim was able to start his nine-game suspension earlier than originally stated, but the school failed in its appeal of vacated wins (parts of five years worth of basketball wins and three years worth of football wins).Daily Orange File PhotoNov. 22, 2015 — Field Hockey national championship winAfter an undefeated regular season, Syracuse lost to North Carolina in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. But the Orange got revenge by winning SU’s first-ever national title for a women’s program. Senior goalie Jess Jecko made several key late saves and Syracuse’s offense did enough to secure the 4-2 win. In 2014, the Orange lost to Connecticut in the national championship and before that, SU had made several deep postseason runs. But finally Syracuse broke through with the ultimate prize: a national title.Bryan Cereijo | Staff PhotographerNov./Dec. 2015 — Men’s soccer Final Four runSyracuse began the 2015 season needing to replace nearly 70 percent of its scoring from the year prior. All the Orange did was win 16 games and advance to the program’s first ever Final Four. Crucial wins down the stretch against No. 5 North Carolina, No. 2 Clemson and No. 9 Notre Dame led to SU’s first conference title since 1985. In the NCAA tournament, a Ben Polk header in the 79th minute of the Elite Eight sent the Orange to the Final Four. But SU lost to Clemson in penalty kicks in the semifinal game.Evan Jenkins | Staff PhotographerMarch/April 2016 — Women’s basketball Final Four runTwo blowout losses to Notre Dame and Louisville had Syracuse at rock bottom in the middle of the season, but what happened next was an improbable run to the ACC and national championship games. The Orange went on an 11-game winning streak to end the season and received a No. 4 seed in the tournament to host games for the first time in program history. SU headed to Sioux Falls, South Dakota and took down a powerhouse in No. 1 seed South Carolina that had lost just once all season. The team’s first Sweet 16, Elite Eight and Final Four berths culminated in a national championship game appearance against No. 1-ranked and undefeated Connecticut. Syracuse native Breanna Stewart and the Huskies ended the Orange’s magical run.Daily Orange File PhotoMarch/April 2016 — Men’s basketball Final Four runSyracuse sat on the bubble on Selection Sunday, but after getting in as a No. 10 seed, the Orange made the most of its trip to the Big Dance. First with two dominant wins and then with two ferocious comebacks to reach the Final Four. The Orange trailed No. 11 seed Gonzaga in the Sweet 16 by as many as nine with under seven minutes to play and trailed No. 1 seed Virginia in the Elite Eight by as many as 15 with under 10 minutes to play. SU pulled off both remarkable upsets and despite losing in the Final Four to No. 1 seed North Carolina, Jim Boeheim’s fifth Final Four run as a head coach was memorable.Jessica Sheldon | Staff PhotographerDec. 5, 2015 — Dino Babers hired as SU football coachSyracuse hires Dino Babers as its fifth head football coach since 2000, replacing former coach Scott Shafer. The now 55-year-old Babers played collegiately at Hawaii, before beginning his coaching career there in 1984. Babers, who led Bowling Green to a Mid-American Conference championship in 2015, inherited an SU program that had been through two straight seasons without a bowl game appearance and won only 36.6 percent of games since Greg Robinson was hired in 2005.Tony D. Curtis | Staff PhotographerSept. 2016-Nov. 2016 — Amba Etta-Tawo has best single season for a Syracuse receiverAfter transferring from Maryland as a graduate transfer, Amba Etta-Tawo broke out, stringing together the best single season as a Syracuse receiver. The wideout broke 10 different records and earned third-team All-American honors. Etta-Tawo finished his senior year with 1,482 receiving yards on 94 receptions and 14 touchdowns, all SU single-season bests. (He tied Tommy Kane’s 1987 touchdown record). He dominated all season long, no performance more prevalent than his five-touchdown game against Pittsburgh.Jessica Sheldon | Staff PhotographerFeb. 4, 2017 — Jim Boeheim wins 1,000th* game against VirginiaJim Boeheim had 101 wins vacated by the NCAA before the season began. But SU fans and media members had a different win count for the men’s basketball head coach. Syracuse had an Elite Eight rematch with then-No. 9 Virginia with Boeheim sitting unofficially on 999 wins. Fans stormed the court after the 66-62 victory and Boeheim waved as he walked off. After the win, Boeheim said, “I know how many wins I’ve had. I’m very proud of that. Very proud.” Comments Published on May 9, 2017 at 6:58 pm Facebook Twitter Google+