By Ryan Martin – Sep 27, 2019 Other than a little bit of moisture still holding over the northern part of the state Saturday and a weak front Thursday, a good chunk of this week will be suitable to get in the field, if you have crops ready.We continue to see some moisture tracking over the northern third of Indiana to start the weekend, a follow through on moisture that began tracking across the WCB and into the Upper Midwest/Great Lakes over late this past week. The moisture will stay mostly north of the Hoosier Heartland Corridor, and should be a little less in terms of frequency than what we have seen to this point. Central and southern Indiana will stay dry through Saturday, although clouds will be around.We are fully dry Sunday through Wednesday. Skies turn out partly sunny on Sunday, but will be fully sunny Monday through Wednesday. Temps remain above normal through that period, thanks to good south flow.A minor front arrives Thursday, sagging through the state from NW to SE. Moisture is not impressive at all, and in fact we may only see a few hundredths to .25” of rain with 50% coverage. Still, we can’t call it a fully dry day. The best chances of rain within that 50% coverage estimate will be central and northern Indiana.Dry again for Friday and Saturday, with full sunshine and near normal temps. Much cooler air is coming in, but following the warm start to the week, it will feel cooler than it truly is, compared to normal.Our best chance at a well-organized rain event for the entire state will come next Saturday night through Sunday. A strong cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms to 80% of Indiana with rain totals from .25”-.75”. All moisture should be done by midnight Sunday night. Map below shows 10-day rain potential.Extended Period:For the extended 11-16 day period, we are back to a fully dry outlook. We have plenty of sun with no threat of rain for Monday the 7th through Saturday the 12th. Temps do pull back some for that period, and will be normal to slightly below.Weeks 3 & 4:Both week 3 and week for seem to have only minor frontal boundary activity moving through. This should lead to good harvest windows, and on average only one threat of rain each week.Week 3Precipitation, week ending September 20 (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperature, Week ending September 27 (orange: above normal, blue: below)Week 4Precipitation, Week ending September 27 (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperature, Week ending September 27 (orange: above normal, blue: below) Facebook Twitter Harvest Weather Forecast: Harvest Window Opens Wide Next Week Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Harvest Weather Forecast: Harvest Window Opens Wide Next Week SHARE Previous articleStress During Grain Fill: A Harbinger of Stalk Health ProblemsNext articleRFA Sets EPA Straight on U.S. Ethanol Demand Ryan Martin
FBI Charlotte(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) — The body of abducted 13-year-old Hania Aguilar was believed to be recovered this week in North Carolina but the search for answers is far from over. “We have to find out how she died and who did this to her,” Andy de la Rocha of the FBI said in a statement Wednesday. “We have to bring the person responsible to justice.” A body believed to be Hania, who was kidnapped in Lumberton at the beginning of the month, was found in a body of water in Robeson County on Tuesday, authorities announced Wednesday. Investigative leads had prompted authorities to search that area for the missing girl, according to the FBI. But the FBI is now asking the public for tips on when and how the body was left there. Anyone with surveillance cameras near Wire Grass Road in Robeson County is asked to call the tip line at 910-272-5871. Authorities do not have a person of interest, according to the FBI. Hania was kidnapped outside her home at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park in Lumberton, North Carolina, on the morning of Nov. 5. She had taken the keys to her aunt’s SUV to start the car before school when a man dressed in all black with a yellow bandanna over his face forced her in the car and drove away, police said. The stolen SUV was found three days later in Lumberton. Lumberton Police Chief Michael McNeill said he was “devastated” to make the “heart-wrenching” announcement Wednesday that the recovered body was believed to be Hania’s. “I wish we had a different outcome for Hania’s family,” he said at a Wednesday news conference. An autopsy will determine her cause of death, the chief said. McNeill did not discuss the condition of the body. The state medical examiner’s preliminary tests indicated the body is Hania but final confirmation will be made through dental records, McNeill added.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Derek San Filippo Derek is a freelance writer who spends his off time either working with his rescue animals or writing children’s books. He lives in San Diego with his beautiful wife … Web: www.financialfeed.com Details You’ve used Google and seen it return thousands of hits. There are endless pages of content based on what you typed into the search bar. Think of the first page. Think about the first hit that pops up at the top. Some are ads, which have paid for that number-one spot, but what about the ones that didn’t? How’d they get up there? SEO is how. SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is what gets those websites at the top of the list. At least some of them.Here’s the deal.SEO helps increase a website’s ability to be accessible and easily findable on a search engine, mostly Google. There are a large number of variables that factor into a websites’ placement when searched. Outbound links, easily read content, hot-button words, and accessibility across social media platforms all help boost your SEO.There’s a reason this is important financially. Visibility is absolutely key when trying to sell a product, especially when you’re competing against other vendors. For a blogger that is looking to make a living off their writing, understanding SEO and SEO tools are absolutely essential to surviving and actually generating an income. Ad networks generate revenue for an individual by the amount of traffic they get. The better the SEO, the more traffic. The more traffic, the more money.In terms of buying and selling, SEO can make you one the first sites in a Google search. So, if someone is looking for the next weird gizmo and you sell it, they’ll come to you rather than your competitor. In a financial sense, you can’t afford to not understand and utilize SEO. There are some online businesses that have longevity, so SEO isn’t a problem for them. Google the word books;the first thing that pops up is Barnes and Noble. Search foodand Food Network pops up. These places don’t need SEO as badly as you do. They’re far ahead of their competitors. This, however, is all the more reason for you to familiarize yourself with SEO.
At the time of this writing, the Indiana Pacers were challenging the Cleveland Cavaliers for the lead in their NBA division. Not only are they challenging the Cavaliers, but they are forth overall in the Eastern Division. This has to be very pleasing to the Pacer’s front office because they did not cave in to Paul George’s demands last season and they let the mal-content go.The Pacers are using the talents of Victor Oladipo, Myles Turner, Lance Stephenson, and Domantas Sabonis to lead their team. The Pacers were 41-30 with 11 regular season games left. They are coached by Nate McMillan.It has been a while since the Pacers have played this type of basketball. As I said earlier, IU’s Victor Oladipo is part of their 4-man core, and his scoring and enthusiasm have to be a big reason for the Pacer’s success.
The balance of the field will contest another set of heat races based upon points from the first two nights with more points on the line to set the balance of Saturday’s feature lineups. While the posted winner’s share in the Saturday, Aug. 22 finale is $3,000, it can climb to $4,500 with lap money in the mix as well. Taking shape in a wide variety of special award sponsors and lap sponsors, the event is set for Aug. 20-22 atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval. Entry forms are available at https://www.dodgecityraceway.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/DCRP-305-Sprint-Car-Nationals-2020-Entry-Form.pdf. The detailed format and purse for the event is available at https://www.dodgecityraceway.com/driver-info/dcrp-305-sprint-car-nationals/. Those interested in sponsoring a lap need to contact Tommie Estes or Lonnie Wheatley. Additionally, Adams Roof Tech will present $250 to the Best Appearing Car. DODGE CITY, Kan. – Just six weeks away, the fourth annual Lubbock Wrecker Service DCRP Sprint Car Nationals are rapidly taking shape. Detailed schedule information is available at https://www.dodgecityraceway.com/schedule/. Steve Hilker Trucking, Inc., is offering a Hard Charger Award for Saturday night’s 30-lap finale with lap money in play for each of the 30 laps. While laps are available for $100 per lap with a distribution of $50, $30 and $20 for the top three runners on each circuit, Adams Roofing has put up a $500 Midway Bonus that presents $250, $150 and $100 for the top three on the 15th lap. Once the Friday night portion is completed, the Jones-Richardson Racing Pit Party will take place with pizza and beverages while supplies last. By Lonnie Wheatley It made amends for a last-lap slider that fell short and allowed Jake Martens to pocket more than $4,000 in the 2018 edition of the DCRP Sprint Car Nationals after Fort Worth’s Kevin Ramey topped the inaugural edition in 2017. The top six in combined points from Thursday and Friday’s preliminary lock into Saturday’s Mel Hambelton Racing Dash for Cash that will set the front three rows of Saturday’s championship event. Each night of racing will fire off at 7:30 p.m. Entries submitted by Aug. 13 are $100 with a driver pit pass of $20 per night. Entries submitted after Aug. 13 are $150 with driver pit pass at $30 per night. Tickets to the Thursday and Friday preliminary events are $12 for each night with Saturday’s finale just $20 while children eleven and under are free each night. Pit passes are $30 for each night. This year’s DCRP Sprint Car Nationals will be accompanied by the seventh annual IMCA SportMod Mayhem North vs. South Duel. Thursday practice for the SportMods will be followed by heat races and qualifying race action on Friday and then the $1,500-to-win main event on Saturday. Jake Bubak collected more than $6,000 in winnings last year after sweeping through the entire weekend. Bubak battled through the pack to win both preliminary features and then topped Saturday’s Dash for Cash to earn the pole position and then held off a host of contenders all 30 laps to complete a perfect weekend. The three-day tilt pitting the Hambelton Racing DCRP versus the United Rebel Sprint Series with a number of other invaders from throughout gets under way with two full nights of heat races and features on Thursday and Friday that will set the stage for Saturday’s $3,000-to-win, $400-to-start 30-lap finale.
There are only eight days left until the beginning of the biggest sports event in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) after the 14th Olympics, the European Youth Olympic Festival EYOF in Sarajevo and East Sarajevo, Federal News Agency reports.General Secretary of the Olympic Committee (OC) of BiH Said Fazlagic stated that “preparations are going as planned even with certain problems that are being solved”.“We are all excited for EYOF and the opening ceremony, which will be great. We want to organize the best EYOF ever,” Fazlagic told FENA.He added that representatives of EOC, led by President Janez Kocijancic and vice presidents, will arrive in Sarajevo two days before EYOF.“Guests will also include presidents and general secretaries of all 50 European national Olympic committees, the entire Executive Board of EOC, as well as representatives of the International Olympic Committee – IOC. We still expect confirmation for the attendance of IOC President Thomas Bach and a few other members of this umbrella Olympic organization,” emphasized Fazlagic.
Sumner County scores and others of interest: Ulysses 57, Rose Hill 7Mulvane 42, Wellington 30Conway Springs 50, Belle Plaine 16 (See stats here).Cheney 35, Chaparral 28West Elk 54, Oxford 0Caldwell 66, South Haven 20Attica-Argonia 56, Norwich 0Pretty Prairie at South Barber.