Ex-boyfriend accused of killing woman targeted in November

first_img Previous articleScrap over old Indiana gay marriage ban derails popular billNext articleTests show Porter County patient does not have coronavirus Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications. Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Google+ IndianaNews Pinterest Facebook Twitter By Associated Press – February 2, 2020 0 239 Ex-boyfriend accused of killing woman targeted in November WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest (Photo supplied) HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — A northwest Indiana man who was set free on bond on attempted murder charges is accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend, who he allegedly previously attempted to kill.Hammond police say Charles Goforth is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Sylvia Williams.A relative on Wednesday found the 55-year-old Williams dead in her mobile home. Goforth was charged with attempted murder for shooting Williams on Nov. 1.He was freed on a $7,945 bond and a judge allowed him to return home to Independence, Missouri, where he was arrested Thursday.last_img read more

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Twitter Special: Jens Voigt Bike Check

first_imgJens Voight just built a beautiful new road bike and shared several photos with his twitter followers. First we drooled, then we collected them for a post.Drop past the break to see all the neat details Trek painted on his new ride….Along the top tube, the people who matter most…Jens grew up in East Germany. The flag celebrates his first 18 years of civic pride.The inside chainstay documents the teams he has raced for during his storied career. Notice the bird on the headtube? Picasso’s Dove of Peace is the symbol of the Peace Race. According to Jens, it’s a “big thing in Eastern Europe”.World Champ stripes make everything look better.For more, check out Jens Voights Twitter. Interested in a custom pain job of your own? Check out Treks Project One  website!last_img read more

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DSC pledges continued focus on agriculture & tourism

first_img 106 Views   no discussions Share Tweet Share Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! EducationLocalNewsTertiary DSC pledges continued focus on agriculture & tourism by: Dominica Vibes News – February 17, 2016 President of the Dominica State College, Dr. Donald Peters.President of the Dominica State College (DSC), Dr. Donald Peters has pledged commitment to ensuring that the institution focuses on majors that will contribute and be supportive of the national industry.Speaking at the handing over ceremony of scholarships to five students who are pursing Associate degrees in Agriculture on Tuesday 16 February 2016, Dr. Peters pointed out that Agriculture, Tourism and Hospitality are the industries of focus in Dominica.“This college is the national college, and one of the things that the National College does is to ensure that whatever we produce is supportive of the national industry of the country”.“Therefore one would expect that the main majors of the Dominica State College would be Hospitality, Tourism and Agriculture, and these would be paramount and a priority for our students,” he indicated.Dr Peters stated that though the college doesn’t dictate what the students choose to do, “as long as I am here, we will put all the resources we have in these majors, because what a college does is to create careers for employment and if one wants to work in the industries in Dominica, one needs to do agriculture and tourism”.He said though some people may not agree there are one billion people in the world who need to be fed and agriculture provides the avenue for lifetime employment.“Tourism is the same thing, we are now attracting people and that’s supportive of the industries here. Therefore those majors are consistent to you as a student to help yourself”.The DSC President also expressed delight that students are arming themselves to take part in the agricultural industry which must become paramount for our country. “I am also pleased to note that they are not only staying in agriculture and doing courses in agriculture but they are going on to get their majors in agriculture”.Dr Peters noted however, that there is a need for young agriculturist to diversify farm productivity, modernize farm practices, and create downstream industries related to agriculture and make the land their pot of gold.last_img read more

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