In response, the team produced a so-called Players' Pact, urging Australians to "compete with us, smile with us, fight with us, dream with us". We'll have our plans for him and hopefully we can execute them. Australia will be without two of their batting mainstays - David Warner and Steve Smith."We'll still be really competitive and fired up out on the ground, but I think you do need to have that bit of respect between the two sides". In previous 11 visits to Australia, India have never managed to win a series Down Under. "They've got the spinners that always do the job", Lawson said. But we are not very much focused on it. Middle-order batsman Hanuma Vihari made 53."He's my brother and my best mate". I said before the start of the England tour that the first 40 overs are critical, after that the ball loses its hardness. "I don't think I'll have to bowl to him, which is good", Head quipped. "Ishant Sharma's last time out here he got extra bounce".The match doesn't have first-class … [Read more...] about Steve Waugh calls Australia Tests a ‘significant chance’ for India
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Jonathan Bach Salem Statesman Journal Published 9:00 AM EST Dec 3, 2018 Salem-area leaders have a long wish list for the region's new economic development czar, from focusing on green development to retaining existing businesses and attracting new ones. Erik Andersson took over as president of the Salem-based Strategic Economic Development Corp. in November after spending two years as the economic development manager for Tacoma Public Utilities in Washington state. SEDCOR coordinates tax breaks and other incentives that ease the way for manufacturers, tech companies and similar businesses to set up shop or expand in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. The nonprofit reported helping to attract more than $151 million in regional investments during fiscal year 2018, up from $108 million the year before. It helped add or retain more than 697 jobs in fiscal year 2018, about 100 more than the previous year, according to its annual report. More: … [Read more...] about SEDCOR hires president as leaders seek growth, green development
The Eugene Pioneer Cemetery has an unusual location with the University of Oregon surrounding it on three sides. You might assume that the University owns the graveyard, but the graveyard is actually on the National Register of Historical Places. This means that the graveyard is federally owned, and run mostly by volunteers. Although some of us might not see all the life contained beneath the somber gravestones at first glance, each one has an interesting story behind it. Especially helpful (and alive) staff members, Quentin Holmes and Dorothy Brandner, provided me with insightful information on honorable mentions buried there to help us get to know the graveyard we walk through every day.Adelaide V. Lake (1897-1970)Great-aunt to volunteer Holmes, Adelaide particularly stood out to him with her strength and confidence. She was born in 1897 with a large purple birthmark covering half her face — during a time when people didn’t have the option to change things like that, even … [Read more...] about Greeting from the Graveyard
The Cunninghams said they feared for the safety of their two shared young children. Sanaa was Germayne’s youngest daughter by his previous marriage. A stream of social workers and police visited the Cunninghams, amid a string of reports they had mistreated the troubled child. Doctors had prescribed a strong anti-psychotic to calm Sanaa. Evidence suggests Germayne and Lisa followed the instructions on the label precisely: Give one pill a day, up to three, as needed. Don’t discontinue without consulting a physician. But now, looking at the vision of horror in the playpen, they wondered if the drug was doing more harm than good. They called Sanaa’s doctor, whose staff advised the parents to bring her in on Monday. The next day, she turned catatonic. Her body was cold to the touch. Lisa Cunningham couldn’t get a reading from the thermometer. After waiting 14 hours, the couple took Sanaa to urgent care. Within hours, she died, on Sunday, February 12. How and why she … [Read more...] about The Death of Sanaa Cunningham: Murder or Medical Tragedy?
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