Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday April 19, 2018 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Oakdale Cemetery with full military rites by the Northcutt Laaker Post #292. Visitation will also be Wednesday 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Heart Association or Cancer Society. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street Box 146 Dillsboro, In 47018. Go to filterdevriesmoore to leave an online condolence message for the family. Norman Wesley Whaley 85 of Lawrenceburg passed away passed away April 16, 2018 at High Point Health in Lawrenceburg. Norman was born April 15, 1933 in Clay Township, IN; the son of Russel and Alice (Hornbeck) Whaley. Lifelong companion for over 60 plus years, Eleanor Mary Jackson. Norman served his country have been in the US Army. He worked for Jack Groh as a subcontractor out of P&G and was a painter. He was a member of the Northcutt Laaker Post # 292 for over 63 years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, fan of the Reds, country music lover, in his younger years he belonged to a Band called Dillsboro Playboys in 1949.Norman is survived by Lifelong companion: Mary Jackson of Lawrenceburg; her children and grandchildren. Half-brother: Jim Whaley of West Carrolton, Ohio. One nephew and six nieces. He was preceded in death by brother: Ivan “Dudge” Whaley and one sister Catherine Whaley Stambaugh.
Wellington Police notes for Wednesday, October 15, 2014:â€¢5:30 a.m. Officers took a report of a found mower, bicycle and trash can in the 400 block N. G, Wellington.â€¢On October 11, 2014 Jerry Goans, Wellington was served a summons to appear for unlawful storage of disabled vehicle.â€¢2:15 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 200 block N U.S. 81, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Billy R. Carroll, 24, Mulvane, and David P. McGuire, 57, St. James, Minn.â€¢2:20 p.m. Billy R. Carroll, 24, Mulvane, was issued a notice to appear for fail to yield right of way on a left turn.â€¢8:03 p.m. Jerry R. Wells, 36, Towanda, was arrested and bonded on a city of Wellington warrant for two counts of telephone harassment.â€¢8:35 p.m. Officers took a report of a child custody dispute in the 2200 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.â€¢11 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 100 block W. Botkin, Wellington
…wardens seeking counselling – Director of Prisons By Shemuel Fanfair and Joseph AllenPublic Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan said on Monday that with the increased security at the Camp Street jail, the situation has stabilised. The comment came in light of security being beefed up at the prison after 13 of the 15 prison wardens reported sick apparently in response to the increasingly aggressive behaviour of inmates.Ramjattan opined that the deployment of Army and Tactical Services Unit personnel was responsible for the restoration of Guyana Prison Service officers’ confidence.Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan speaking with the media at the Guyana Fire Service on Monday“There is tremendous stability there right now. There are a lot of other things that we have to rectify; we still have to get trials called up,” Ramjattan stated.Towards this end, the Minister posited that he was in communication with the acting Chancellor of the judiciary, Justice Carl Singh, to ascertain when the requisite arrangements for inmates’ trials will commence.“Those [prisoners] that are committed for High Court trials and those who are remanded For Preliminary Inquiries and also at the Magistrate’s level, it is something that we watch constantly, but it appears that there is a settling of the dust,” the Minister expressed.One month has passed since the deadly Camp Street riot in which 17 inmates. Prisoners had set several fires inside the Capital A block of the penitentiary which housed high-profile convicts and hardened inmates awaiting trial. A Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into what transpired and what mechanisms should be put in place to address the situation is currently under way.Several prison wardens who were present during the deadly events and their aftermath have been left with lasting trauma. According to information reaching this publication, signs of recovery for many officers seem very far removed as they continue to suffer from flashbacks of their encounters with the prisoners.When Guyana Times contacted Director of Prisons, Carl Graham for an update on the situation on Monday, he said officers present on that day were given counselling facilitated by the Social Protection Ministry.He noted that the wardens could seek further counselling if they so needed. Graham opined that the prison was getting back to its normal state.On April 14, the wardens who were expected on duty for the day shift reported sick, which led Graham to deploy temporary replacements from the Timehri and Lusignan Prisons. Prison wardens have been expressing fear for their lives as reports of abuses at the hands of prisoners continue to surface almost daily.When he was asked if there was need for permanent measures to secure the jailhouse should the wardens decide to resign, Graham had said that he was confident that such drastic actions would not be taken by the officials. Graham had expressed confidence that none of the 13 prison wardens who had submitted seven-day sick leave certificates would quit the job. He insisted that these officers would return to work when their sick leave period was over.He, however, noted that adequate temporary measures were in place to secure the facility.President David Granger had last week convened an emergency meeting of the National Security Committee at the Ministry of the Presidency to discuss the prison situation. This was in light of reports that drugs and weapons were thrown over the Camp Street prison walls.
Bannan penalty helps Sheffield Wednesday strengthen grip on play-off place Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship goalless McCall will be assisted by Kenny Black, while Andy Dawson will remain as first-team coach.“Scunthorpe United is delighted to announce Stuart McCall as the club’s new first-team manager,” read a statement on the club’s official website.“The 54-year-old will be joined by Kenny Black, who will be the Iron’s first-team assistant manager, and has previously worked with McCall at Motherwell, Rangers and Bradford City.“We’re also pleased to confirm Andy Dawson will remain at the club as first-team coach.”Former Scotland, Bradford and Everton midfielder McCall has had two permanent spells in charge of Bradford and steered Motherwell to a second-placed finish in the Scottish Premiership before taking charge of Rangers in 2015.He returned to Bradford in 2016 and guided them to the League One play-off final in 2017 before he was sacked in February 2018. EFL result Hull defender MacDonald given all-clear after battle with bowel cancer ROUND-UP REPLY Macclesfield set for further EFL sanctions after Plymouth match is called off Cardiff and Preston play out stalemate in Championship early kick-off Iron chairman Peter Swann admitted he had made a mistake in appointing Daws as the club’s permanent manager in May after sacking him on Friday.Daws had been promoted from first-team coach, initially as caretaker boss following the departure of Graham Alexander in March, and led the club to the play-offs last season.Scunthorpe have won just one of their first five League One matches and are 18th in the table. 1 impact Stuart McCall has vast experience as a manager Latest EFL news Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack CONFUSION Scunthorpe have confirmed the appointment of Stuart McCall as their new manager.The League One club have moved quickly to replace Nick Daws, who was axed on Friday after just five games as permanent manager. GREAT NEWS Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues ‘close’ stalemate Orient chief gives update on manager search after ‘unfortunate’ Fletcher sacking