Central state – North Central Conference http://northcentralconference.org/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 03:38:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://northcentralconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/north.png Central state – North Central Conference http://northcentralconference.org/ 32 32 Minister of Justice: Political finance bill should be drafted at central and state level for more transparency https://northcentralconference.org/minister-of-justice-political-finance-bill-should-be-drafted-at-central-and-state-level-for-more-transparency/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 11:16:20 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/minister-of-justice-political-finance-bill-should-be-drafted-at-central-and-state-level-for-more-transparency/ Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law), speaks to the media during the press conference in Putrajaya on June 13, 2022. — Photo by Shafwan Zaidon Sunday, September 25, 2022 7:11 p.m. GMT LUNDU (Sarawak), September 25 – The bulk of the political finance bill needs to […]]]>

Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law), speaks to the media during the press conference in Putrajaya on June 13, 2022. — Photo by Shafwan Zaidon

Sunday, September 25, 2022 7:11 p.m. GMT

LUNDU (Sarawak), September 25 – The bulk of the political finance bill needs to be drafted at central and state levels so that the flow of funds for general and national elections is more transparent, the department’s minister has said. Prime Minister (Parliament and Law) Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.

He said the National Center for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption (GIACC) had been instructed to include the existence of an administration that regulates political donations in each state as one of the parameters. of scope and policy described in the bill.

“The GIACC drafted, but when presented at Cabinet level, it said states should also establish their own centres. I already have the timeline, so I have instructed my officers and those in the Attorney General’s office to implement this according to the stipulated timeline.

“It means that we no longer want these funds to be kept or hidden in certain places because the funds given to certain parties (have to) go through a fund administered by a responsible party,” he said during a meeting. with journalists at the Batang Kayan Regatta. on the shores of Sungai Lundu today.

Wan Junaidi is confident that the bill will win support from government and opposition blocs when it is tabled in parliament in November.

In a statement released yesterday, Wan Junaidi said that an engagement session with all MPs, both government and opposition, would be held on September 28 in parliament to get comments on the pending bill. writing.

Meanwhile, the MP for Santubong said the government should upgrade the dual carriageway facilities in the Sarawak-Indonesia border area following the establishment of Indonesia’s new capital Nusantara in East Kalimantan.

He said the dual carriageway facilities would increase the influx of tourists from neighboring countries which, in turn, would contribute to the local economy.

“This issue was raised during the recent Federal Cabinet meeting, urging the government to improve the dual carriageway leading to the (Malaysia-Indonesia) border, such as Tebedu and Biawak in the next two to three years,” he said. he declared. — Bernama

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Erhard Mahnke yields to Martine Gulick in Chittenden Central State Senate race https://northcentralconference.org/erhard-mahnke-yields-to-martine-gulick-in-chittenden-central-state-senate-race/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 18:57:08 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/erhard-mahnke-yields-to-martine-gulick-in-chittenden-central-state-senate-race/ Martine Gulick watches a recount in the Chittenden County Central District Senate race between herself and Erhard Mahnke in Burlington on Friday, August 19. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger After losing Friday’s recount by four votes, Erhard Mahnke called Martine Gulick Monday morning to congratulate her on winning the Democratic nomination for a state Senate seat […]]]>
Martine Gulick watches a recount in the Chittenden County Central District Senate race between herself and Erhard Mahnke in Burlington on Friday, August 19. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

After losing Friday’s recount by four votes, Erhard Mahnke called Martine Gulick Monday morning to congratulate her on winning the Democratic nomination for a state Senate seat in the Chittenden Central district.

“With a margin of 4 votes, this was a tough loss, but I am confident in the results of the recount and do not intend to pursue other legal options,” Mahnke wrote in a statement Monday.

Mahnke had said on Friday that he planned to ask a judge to review 21 ballots found to be defective before conceding the race.

Gulick beat Mahnke, 3,948 to 3,944, according to the recount. His lead over Mahnke increased by two votes from the initial tally after the Aug. 9 primary.

Mahnke and Gulick were vying for a third spot on the Democratic side of the November ballot. Sen. Phil Baruth, D/P-Chittenden, and Rep. Tanya Vyhovsky, P/D-Essex, were the top voters in the new three-seat district.

Mahnke, an affordable housing advocate, thanked his supporters and wished Gulick luck in addressing a number of issues, including housing and climate change. “I wish him the best in helping Chittenden County and our entire brave little state meet these challenges,” he wrote.

Mahnke said he would return to work for U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, “where I am part of an incredible team helping him fight the good fight for economic, social and environmental justice every day.”

– Auditi Guha

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Ruby Ridge Remembered: Militarized Central State versus Individual Life and Liberty https://northcentralconference.org/ruby-ridge-remembered-militarized-central-state-versus-individual-life-and-liberty/ Sun, 21 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/ruby-ridge-remembered-militarized-central-state-versus-individual-life-and-liberty/ August 21 marks 30 years since the FBI action in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, against Randy Weaver and his family. To commemorate the occasion, we offer “Lessons from Ruby Ridgeby former Independent Institute researcher Anthony Gregory, published in 2012 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary: Twenty years ago today, an FBI sniper shot Vicki Weaver […]]]>

August 21 marks 30 years since the FBI action in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, against Randy Weaver and his family. To commemorate the occasion, we offer “Lessons from Ruby Ridgeby former Independent Institute researcher Anthony Gregory, published in 2012 on the occasion of the 20th anniversary:

Twenty years ago today, an FBI sniper shot Vicki Weaver in the head as she held her ten-month-old baby in her home in Ruby Ridge, Idaho. The sniper also shot her husband Randy Weaver in the back, trying to kill him. Their son was shot in the back and killed the day before by U.S. Marshals on the family property. One of the Marshals also died, as did a Weaver family dog ​​killed by officials.

It all started after years of a federal investigation into Randy Weaver, beginning in the mid-1980s when Weaver’s neighbor, bitter over a land dispute, called him to the attention of various federal authorities. The most that came out of these investigations was an accusation, possibly true but disputed, that Weaver had illegally sold sawed-off shotguns to an ATF informant, an accusation with which an agent threatened Weaver if he refused to participate in another of their third-party surveys. Not wanting to be an ATF informant, Weaver refused. Eventually, a trial was arranged, but Weaver was told the wrong court date. A grand jury indicted him for failing to show up until he had a chance to show up on the date he was told.

Federal agents ambushed his property and when all was done, one official and two of the Weaver group were dead and two were injured, along with the loss of their pet.

Some see this incident as a sign of the modern dangers of anti-government paranoia, but this is an obscene interpretation of the facts. On the contrary, it is an example of government paranoia gone mad.

Consider:

1. It started when the feds brought a charge of selling illegal weapons – shotguns that had been sawn off. The fact that this type of offense against the state would one day lead to federal agents snooping on private property should demonstrate the real problem. In a free society, selling shotguns would never be a federal offense, even if they were modified. People have the right to bear arms. And this atrocity only goes to show the kinds of evils that can occur when the government suppresses this human right.

2. Even if there is something wrong with selling modified shotguns, this crime would never have happened if the federal informant had not bought them! What kind of crime does the government encourage people to commit? Murder, rape, and robbery are real crimes, and we rarely consider it appropriate for federal officials to encourage people to commit these acts only to catch them after the fact. If the transfer of shotguns is to be punished, the federal agents involved in the transaction are as guilty as anyone.

3. The supposed moderation and reasonableness of the government, compared to the alleged madness of the fringe anti-government types, seems questionable given how the authorities handled this from start to finish. Aside from the many follies that preceded August 22, authorities fired as their targets fled, posing no immediate threat to anyone. A Justice Department review found the sniper’s actions were reckless and that the feds had not offered to surrender before his shots.”inexcusable.”

And to top it all off, what happened with the FBI sniper who shot Vicki Weaver in the head while she was holding her baby? Was he fired or at least rerouted to another type of job? No. He was brought in to serve as a sniper in the Waco, Texas standoff in April 1993. This brazen approach to law enforcement would appear to vindicate the government’s paranoid views, rather than the hysterical view that anti-government loonies pose. a threat to the country.

4. This atrocity happened under George HW Bush. This is often overlooked by conservatives who see Ruby Ridge and Waco as two black marks against Clintonian dominance. But Clinton wouldn’t even be elected more than two months after the killings. On the other hand, left-wing liberals often forget that this was not a case of the reasonable liberal-democratic government defending society against right-wing crazies. If you think there is something wrong with the police state that President Bush built after 9/11, you should also bear in mind the federal horrors unleashed by his father.

What this last point really shows, however, is the bipartisan nature of runaway federal law enforcement. Ruby Ridge happened under Bush I but the Clinton administration whitewashed it. Planning for the Waco Raid began under Bush I but was undertaken by Clinton and eventually whitewashed by a Republican Congress. Ruby Ridge and all that followed – Waco, Clinton’s expansion of the War on Drugs, Bush II’s human rights abuses in the War on Terror, the solidification and expansion by Obama of those authoritarian powers fashioned by his predecessors – demonstrate that the issue is not left versus right, but the militarized central state versus individual life and liberty.

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Recount confirms Martine Gulick victory in Chittenden Central State Senate race https://northcentralconference.org/recount-confirms-martine-gulick-victory-in-chittenden-central-state-senate-race/ Fri, 19 Aug 2022 21:36:11 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/recount-confirms-martine-gulick-victory-in-chittenden-central-state-senate-race/ Martine Gulick watches a recount in the Chittenden County Central District Senate race between herself and Erhard Mahnke in Burlington on Friday, August 19. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger BURLINGTON — Martine Gulick edged out Erhard Mahnke by four votes in a recount to finalize the Democratic lineup for the Chittenden Central state Senate district. Gulick […]]]>
Martine Gulick watches a recount in the Chittenden County Central District Senate race between herself and Erhard Mahnke in Burlington on Friday, August 19. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

BURLINGTON — Martine Gulick edged out Erhard Mahnke by four votes in a recount to finalize the Democratic lineup for the Chittenden Central state Senate district.

Gulick beat Mahnke, 3,948 to 3,944, according to Friday’s recount. His lead over Mahnke increased by two votes from the initial tally after the Aug. 9 primary.

“I feel good about the recount and I feel really lucky to have been able to witness the process,” Gulick said.

The tabulators count the ballots. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

Although Mahnke congratulated Gulick and thanked the volunteers for their time in the recount, he signaled that he might not be done with the race.

Friday’s recount in Chittenden County Superior Court found 21 flawed ballots, and Mahnke could ask a judge to review them and possibly revise the count, he said.

“(I’m) not sure it will change anything, but given the number of spoiled ballots in that small margin, we’d like to take a look,” Mahnke said.

Gulick said she felt positive about her victory and supported Mahnke’s right to present the ballots to a judge.

It was unclear by Friday afternoon what such a process would entail. A message sent to the Secretary of State’s office was not immediately returned.

Mahnke and Gulick were vying for third place on the Democratic side of the November ballot after Sen. Phil Baruth, D/P-Chittenden, and Rep. Tanya Vyhovsky, P/D-Essex, were the top two voters. the August 9 primary.

Mahnke, an affordable housing advocate, called for the recount after finishing fourth behind Gulick, a former Burlington school board member, by two votes.

Erhard Mahnke observes the recount. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

All three candidates will face more competition in November. Last week, Infinite Culcleasure joined the race as an independent.

The new three-seat district is made up of the New and Old North Ends of Burlington; Winooski; a piece of Colchester; all of Essex Junction; and parts of the town of Essex. It is the most liberal of the four districts that cover Chittenden County.

Chittenden County Superior Court in Burlington saw a flurry of action this morning as the site of the recount. Three boxes of collected Dunkin’ donuts and an equal number of spent containers of coffee sat outside the small rectangular room where the counting took place.

Two feet beyond the door frame, a strip of blue tape marked a barrier between the ballot counters and the observers. To maintain the integrity of the recount, observers were not allowed to cross the blue threshold. Gulick and his attorney sat on one side of the door, Mahnke and his attorney on the other.

Donuts and coffee fuel the recount. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

Beyond the tape, the room was a sea of ​​salt-and-pepper hair as county staff and volunteers helped with the recount. Each had their designated job and worked fiercely in their role.

“I’ve never done a recount before, so not only do I have an interest in it, but I find it fascinating to watch,” Gulick said Friday morning. Had the situation been reversed, she too would have called for a recount, she said.

At the end of the recount, County Clerk Anne Williams certified the recount.

Below Vermont Lawcandidates for the State Senate may request a recount “if the difference between the number of votes cast for a winning candidate and the number of votes cast for a losing candidate is two percent or less of the total votes cast for all candidates to a post, divided by the number of people to be elected.

According to Gulick, each candidate had to provide 15 volunteers to help with the recount. Their objective: to settle the primary ballot once and for all, before the November elections.

Auditi Guha contributed reporting.

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Morley Stanwood Mohawks hope to compete for Central State Activities Association title https://northcentralconference.org/morley-stanwood-mohawks-hope-to-compete-for-central-state-activities-association-title/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 20:29:29 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/morley-stanwood-mohawks-hope-to-compete-for-central-state-activities-association-title/ MORLEY — Veteran volleyball coach Robin Kozuch is back for what she hopes will be another championship season at Morley Stanwood. The Mohawks were 32-10-1 last year and earned several notable graduates, including four-time All-Stater and Pioneer Dream Team Player of the Year Braelyn Berry, as well as Emilee Cornell, Brooke Edgerly.and Madison Garbow. “We […]]]>

MORLEY — Veteran volleyball coach Robin Kozuch is back for what she hopes will be another championship season at Morley Stanwood.

The Mohawks were 32-10-1 last year and earned several notable graduates, including four-time All-Stater and Pioneer Dream Team Player of the Year Braelyn Berry, as well as Emilee Cornell, Brooke Edgerly.
and Madison Garbow.

“We had another great season in 2021,” Kozuch said. “We won the Chippewa Hills Invitational and were co-conference champions and district champions. We raised a ton of money through Colon Cancer Awareness in honor of Morley Stanwood staff member, Tracie Lee.

But Kozuch realizes it will be difficult to replace last year’s senior class.

“We had a very strong senior class,” she said. “Braelyn Berry is currently playing at the GRCC. She and Emilee Cornell have been involved in our program since they were young. They were great leaders by example and both were and are extremely humble. They have eaten and breathed this sport all their lives.

“They have been integral to our success over the years and will be sorely missed. Emilee plans to help the team this year when she becomes available. Madison Garbow and Brooke Edgerly were terrific athletes who always gave their best in every game. The senior class was filled with tenacious athletes.

The season begins at the Leland Invitational on August 20.

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Tomar asks central and state governments to carry out an agricultural census with full dedication https://northcentralconference.org/tomar-asks-central-and-state-governments-to-carry-out-an-agricultural-census-with-full-dedication/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 15:48:43 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/tomar-asks-central-and-state-governments-to-carry-out-an-agricultural-census-with-full-dedication/ The Eleventh Agricultural Census (2021-22) was launched in the country today by the Minister of Agriculture and Union Farmers’ Welfare, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Tomar said that this calculation will bring huge benefits in a vast agricultural country like India. Shri Tomar said that under the leadership of Prime Minister […]]]>

The Eleventh Agricultural Census (2021-22) was launched in the country today by the Minister of Agriculture and Union Farmers’ Welfare, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Tomar said that this calculation will bring huge benefits in a vast agricultural country like India. Shri Tomar said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the focus was on increasing farmers’ incomes. In addition, we must change their standard of living, organize small farmers to empower them, attract them to profitable crops and ensure production quality at the level of world standards.

During the broadcast, Shri Tomar conveyed her greetings for the agricultural census and said that the agricultural sector is reaping the fruits of the concrete steps taken by Prime Minister Modi, and the country is moving rapidly towards the digital farming. Now is the time to make full use of technology in this calculation. He said the agricultural census should be viewed from a broader perspective. Agricultural calculations can also contribute to the mapping of crops so that the country derives its benefits. Shri Tomar called on central departments, state governments and related institutions to carry out this census with full dedication.

On this occasion, Shri Tomar released the Census Operational Guidelines Handbook for States/UTs and launched the Data Collection Portal/App. Union State Ministers for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Sushri Shobha Karandlaje and Shri Kailash Choudhary, Agriculture Secretary Mr. Manoj Ahuja, Additional Secretary and Financial Advisor Shri Sanjeev Kumar and senior state/UT officials were present at the program.

The agricultural census is carried out every 5 years, which is undertaken now after a delay due to the corona pandemic. The agricultural census fieldwork will start in August 2022. The agricultural census is the main source of information on a variety of agricultural parameters at a relatively small level, such as the number and area of ​​operational holdings, their size, by class . distribution, land use, location and mode of cultivation, etc. This is the first time that data collection for the agricultural census will be carried out on smart phones and tablets, so that data is available on time. Most states have digitized their land records and surveys, which will further expedite agricultural census data collection. The use of digitized land registers and the use of mobile applications for data collection will allow the creation of a database of operational farms in the country.

During the technical session, the main features of the agricultural census implementation procedure, the web portal and the mobile application were presented. New initiatives highlighted in the presentation include the use of digital land records such as land title records and survey reports, data collection via app/software using a smartphone/tablet, counting of all villages in states with non-land records during Phase I as done in states with land records and real-time monitoring of progress and treatment.

(With GDP entries)

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Central State University Foundation launches “Day of Giving” with $50,000 goal to support HBCU students https://northcentralconference.org/central-state-university-foundation-launches-day-of-giving-with-50000-goal-to-support-hbcu-students/ Thu, 07 Jul 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/central-state-university-foundation-launches-day-of-giving-with-50000-goal-to-support-hbcu-students/ The Central State University Foundation (CSUF) today announced the launch of its Day of Giving campaign, a one-day fundraising campaign on July 19 At the Foundation, we firmly believe that a bill should not prevent anyone from pursuing a college education,” — Michael L. Nelson Sr., Chairman of the CSUF Board of Directors DAYTON, OHIO, […]]]>

The Central State University Foundation (CSUF) today announced the launch of its Day of Giving campaign, a one-day fundraising campaign on July 19

At the Foundation, we firmly believe that a bill should not prevent anyone from pursuing a college education,”

— Michael L. Nelson Sr., Chairman of the CSUF Board of Directors

DAYTON, OHIO, USA, July 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Central State University Foundation (CSUF) today announced the launch of its Day of Giving Campaign, a one-day fundraising campaign on July 19 that aims to bring together alumni, friends of the Foundation , corporations and other generous donors to raise $50,000. The funds will boost CSUF in its current mission: to provide opportunities for Central State University (CSU) students to further their education and achieve their dreams.

“The Day of Giving is a great opportunity for people to come forward and directly support Central State and our students,” said Michael L. Nelson Sr., Chairman of the CSUF Board of Trustees. “Reaching our goal of $50,000 will allow us to provide much-needed scholarships and have a substantial impact for students.

CSUF will use resources generated from the campaign to help strengthen the University, improve university programs and services, and give more CSU students the opportunity to graduate, debt-free. As part of the campaign, any donor who donates $500 or more will be entered into a raffle to win tickets to the Cincinnati Music Festival. One winner will receive two tickets to the festival on Friday July 22 and another winner will receive two tickets to the festival on Saturday July 23.

“At the Foundation, we strongly believe that a bill should not prevent anyone from pursuing a college education,” Nelson said. “We thank all of our donors and partners for their generous support over the years, and we hope they will be motivated to support CSU students again on July 19.”

Giving Day and the $50,000 fundraising goal are the organization’s latest efforts to support CSU and students. Since 2001, CSUF has raised more than $32 million through donations, bequests, and gifts to carry out its mission. In addition to managing more than 150 endowment funds, the Foundation has awarded an average of $225,000 in scholarships per year.

For more information on Giving Day and how CSUF is working to support CSU students in pursuing their dreams, please visit https://centralstateuniversityfoundation.com/

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Ohio State Highlights Partnership with Central State, Water Quality https://northcentralconference.org/ohio-state-highlights-partnership-with-central-state-water-quality/ Tue, 28 Jun 2022 21:35:00 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/ohio-state-highlights-partnership-with-central-state-water-quality/ Ohio State University President Kristina Johnson and several of her students made a two-day visit to the Dayton area this week. They toured Central State University and toured the CJ McLin International Center for Water Resources Management at the Historical Black College and University. The center is part of a partnership between the two universities. […]]]>

Ohio State University President Kristina Johnson and several of her students made a two-day visit to the Dayton area this week.

They toured Central State University and toured the CJ McLin International Center for Water Resources Management at the Historical Black College and University. The center is part of a partnership between the two universities.

It does similar work to the Global Water Research Institute on the Ohio State campus.

The centers jointly focus on water quality – analysis of water pollutants and agricultural pesticide runoff – as well as hydroelectricity.

“Today we build on our collaboration around water, which is really important,” Johnson said. “Obviously we can’t go many days without water. And it was really fun to watch. And we talked a bit about hydroelectricity, a bit about water quality and the contaminants around it.

Water quality and hydroelectricity are not the only points in common between the two universities. Both are also land-grant universities.

“With both of us having a land-grant mission, our mission is to make sure our science reaches the citizens of Ohio,” said Cathann Kress, dean of the College of Food, Agriculture and Science. of the Ohio State Environment. “And so we’re partnering with Central State on a number of those outreach efforts, whether it’s in urban areas or rural areas.”

Johnson and Central State Speaker Jack Thomas said this shared land-grant mission pushes universities to educate disadvantaged and underrepresented people, while ensuring those students get the highest level of education possible. .

They said that by working together, they can more easily achieve this goal.

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Manipur Governor calls on citizens to enroll in central state programs https://northcentralconference.org/manipur-governor-calls-on-citizens-to-enroll-in-central-state-programs/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 16:53:44 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/manipur-governor-calls-on-citizens-to-enroll-in-central-state-programs/ La Ganesan speaking during the interaction program in Imphal East district on Friday. (EM pictures) Our correspondent Imphal, June 24 (EMN): La Ganesan, Governor of Manipur, has appealed to people to enroll in various schemes run by the center and the state to reap the benefits. The governor was speaking during an interaction program of […]]]>
La Ganesan speaking during the interaction program in Imphal East district on Friday. (EM pictures)

Our correspondent

Imphal, June 24 (EMN): La Ganesan, Governor of Manipur, has appealed to people to enroll in various schemes run by the center and the state to reap the benefits.

The governor was speaking during an interaction program of Zilla Parishad members, district officers, Pradhans, civil society organizations and villagers at Thiyam Konjil Mamang Leikai Community Hall in Keirao Bitra sub-division of the Imphal East district.

Stating that the center and state governments have put in place a number of social welfare schemes and programs to benefit the needy people, he said, “With the aim of developing India on all fronts under under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, developmental programs in many sectors, including housing, health, education and infrastructure, are underway in the country”.

To provide drinking water to all households in the country, Jal Shakti Abhiyan was set up.

Stating that there have also been a number of initiatives in the state, the Governor informed that with the maximum efforts made by the government, the COVID infection has come down almost to a negligible rate and called on the people to be vaccinated at least twice to fight against the pandemic.

Reiterating the centres’ commitment to eradicate Tuberculosis (TB) from India by 2025, the Governor directed the district administration to take steps to conduct door-to-door survey and identify TB patients so that prompt action can be taken.

Earlier, representatives of various civil society organizations expressed their concerns on various issues such as road connectivity, electricity, health, education, etc., in addition to urging the governor to take the necessary measures.

He also assured them that he will ask the Chief Minister to take all possible measures at the earliest in the best interests of the people of the region.

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Meet the 2022 All-Central State Activities Association Women’s Soccer Team https://northcentralconference.org/meet-the-2022-all-central-state-activities-association-womens-soccer-team/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 13:39:00 +0000 https://northcentralconference.org/meet-the-2022-all-central-state-activities-association-womens-soccer-team/ Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter The Newaygo girls football team poses with the Division 3 District Championship trophy. (Photo courtesy of Tara Hefferan-Nordlund). The Big Rapids women’s soccer team earned a narrow 1-0 victory over Newaygo on May 20 to secure an outright share of the CSAA conference championship for the 2022 season. The Lions […]]]>

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The Newaygo girls football team poses with the Division 3 District Championship trophy. (Photo courtesy of Tara Hefferan-Nordlund).

The Big Rapids women’s soccer team earned a narrow 1-0 victory over Newaygo on May 20 to secure an outright share of the CSAA conference championship for the 2022 season. The Lions won the first-ever championship program district a few weeks later, while Tri-County (8-3) and Fremont (6-5) also had championship-winning seasons.

Below are the best performances from the 2022 CSAA women’s soccer season.

FINAL RANKING


Association of Central State Activities
Crew Conference ovr
big rapids 9-0-1 16-6-2
Newaygo 8-1-1 16-4-1
Tri-county 8-3 13-8-1
Fremont 6-5 10-9
reed city 3-5-1 10-7-2
To agree 3-5-2 6-8-3
Lake view 3-6-1 7-9-2
Kent town 1-8 3-14
Chippewa Hills 0-8 5-12

Association of Central State Activities

FIRST TEAM

Allison Johnson, Jr., Tri County

Claire Snyder, Sr., Kent City

Delani Gould, Sr., Tri County

Sofia Briggs, Jr., Newaygo

Mia Clemence, Father, Fremont

Sydney Higgins, father, Grant

Grace Painter, Jr., Newaygo

Connelly Hefferan-Nordlund, Jr., Newaygo

Addie Shields, Jr., Fremont

Rebecca Allers, Sr., Big Rapids

Hailey Holmberg, Jr., Grant

Jaxi Long, father, Newaygo

Mia Witte, Sr., Fremont

Lynnea Briones, Jr., Newaygo

Courtney Grant, Sr., Lakeview

Ella Tucci, So., Big Rapids

Paige Lofquist, Sr., Reed City

Racquel DuBreuil, Sr., Reed City

Julia Waltz, Jr., Big Rapids

May Shepard, Sr., Tri County

Katie Williams, Sr., Big Rapids

Karly Densmore, Jr., Chippewa Hills

Kyra Couch, Jr., Big Rapids

Grace Erdman, Sr., Tri County

HONORABLE MENTION

Riley Chase, Father, Fremont

Carly Carlson, Father, Reed City

Madelyn Geers, So., Kent City

Teresa Vance, So., Big Rapids

Melinda Burgess, Jr., Chippewa Hills

Barbara Toth, Jr., Newaygo

Carli Fryling, Sr., Grant

Isabel Dillon, Sr., Lakeview

Leah Sieffert, Jr., Tri County

MORE SPORTS COVERAGE IN THE MUSKEGON AREA

Twelve Muskegon Area Softball Players Named to MHSSCA All-State Team

Nine Muskegon-area baseball players named to MHSBCA All-State Team

Meet the OK Green All-Conference Baseball Team for the 2022 Season

Meet the OK Red All-Conference Baseball Team for the 2022 Season

Meet the OK Blue All-Conference Baseball Team for the 2022 Season

Kalamazoo Christian Football dethrones defending champion North Muskegon in D4 semis

North Muskegon tennis program continues to grow to become D4 state powerhouse

North Muskegon tennis program continues to grow to become D4 state powerhouse

Vote for the Muskegon Area Athlete of the Week June 6-11

Softball roundup in the Muskegon area: Grand Haven and Ravenna fall in regional heartbreakers

Muskegon-area baseball roundup: Montague and Fruitport wrap up in regional finals

Underdog Reeths-Puffer baseball team fights back to win second straight district title

All-in-one approach wearing North Muskegon football looking for a D4 repeat

Winners of Muskegon Sports Hall’s 2022 Student-Athlete Award have displayed four years of dominance

Meah Bajt scores 11 goals in 48 hours to lift Spring Lake football to top district

How a trio of tragedies turned a Grand Haven softball player into a beacon of hope

Muskegon native Kalil Pimpleton fulfills his NFL dream with the Detroit Lions

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