– Advertisement -Nobody in the Grand Prix was seriously hurt but, police say an undisclosed number of occupants in the pickup suffered non-life threatening injuries.They were taken to Fort St. John Hospital and, police closed the highway at the crash site just north of the city, for about an hour.The accident occurred at about 4.30. If you witnessed yesterday afternoon’s crash on the Rose Prairie Road, at the intersection with the West Bypass road and, haven’t done so yet, police would like to talk to you.They’re taking calls at the local RCMP detachment number, 787-81-40, hoping to learn more about the collision, between a Ford F-150 pickup and a Grand Prix.Initial investigation suggests the latter, collided head-on with the southbound pick-up, while attempting to pass a northbound vehicle, waiting to turn left onto the bypass road.Advertisement
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Join us to get in-game insights and analysis Sunday when the 49ers face the Denver Broncos at Levi’s Stadium starting at 1:05 p.m.Sunday is the first of three consecutive home games for the 2-10 49ers, who currently hold the No. 1 spot in the 2019 NFL Draft. However, coach Kyle Shanahan and Co. would tell you they’d rather finish out the regular season on a strong note.San Francisco sends out rookie quarterback Nick Mullens for his fifth NFL start. Mullens threw for 414 yards and a …
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Evin Bachelor, Law Fellow, Agricultural and Resource Law Program, Ohio State UniversityFour farmers in Paulding County have joined with The Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition to sue the State of Ohio over wind turbine setbacks added to the 2014 biennial budget that some allege curtailed wind energy development in Ohio. In that budget bill, lawmakers included provisions late in the lawmaking process to amend Ohio Revised Code § 4906.20, which establishes the setback requirements for wind turbines. Those provisions more than doubled the distance that wind turbines must be located away from the nearest residential structures. The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that including these restrictions in the budget bill violated the single-subject provisions of the Ohio Constitution because the setbacks lack a “common purpose or relationship” to the rest of the budget bill. On this issue, the Ohio Supreme Court said in the case In re Nowak (cited as 2004-Ohio-6777) that the single-subject rule is a requirement that legislators must abide by, but that only a “manifestly gross and fraudulent” violation will result in the law being struck down. The plaintiff’s complaint is available here. Stay tuned to the Harvest for updates.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Greg and Theresa Corcoran of Chillicothe have been appointed to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee for the 2019-2021 term beginning in March.“Dedicated Farm Bureau leaders, such as those selected to serve on national committees, remain the foundation of our grassroots organization,” said Zippy Duvall, AFBF president. “We commend them for their willingness to serve and build greater understanding between modern farmers and consumers.”As Ross County Farm Bureau members, both have been very involved in local activities, with Greg serving on the board of trustees. They also have participated in local and statewide Young Agricultural Professionals activities, which are geared toward Farm Bureau members ages 18-35. They are part owners of Corcoran Farms, a multi-generational farm in Pike, Ross and Scioto counties. The farm produces corn, soybeans, popcorn, wheat, hay and includes a Certified Angus feedlot with its own cow-calf operation. In addition, Theresa works as a physical therapist at a skilled nursing facility.Sixteen positions representing all regions of the U.S. comprise the YF&R Committee. An individual or couple may hold each committee appointment. Committee members are responsible for program planning, which includes the coordination of YF&R competitive events during American Farm Bureau’s Annual Convention each January and the Harvest for All program, which is a national hunger relief initiative.The Corcorans were nominated by Ohio Farm Bureau, whose mission is working together for Ohio farmers to advance agriculture and strengthen our communities.Learn more about the organization and its Young Ag Professionals program at ofbf.org.
Phagwara, Sep 19 (PTI) The Punjab Shiv Sena today demanded that the Modi government take tough action against Pakistan for the Uri terror attack.Talking to reporters, Senas state President Sanjiv Dhanuali demanded that all diplomatic ties be snapped with Pakistan forthwith, Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan called back and Pakistans High Commissioner in India be declared persona-non-grata, Sada-e-Sarhad international Indo-Pak buses and Samjhauta Express train be stopped, besides all cultural, sports and trade ties between the two countries be ended.He warned that if strong action was not taken against Pakistan within a week, then Sena will resort to “blocking of Indo-Pak buses and Samjhauta train, besides staging demonstration at Attari international border”.Earlier, protesters led by Senas Vice-President Rajesh Palta, staged a demonstration against Pakistan and shouted slogans against the neighbouring country as well as terrorists. PTI cor VJ IKA RG IKA