July 03, 2019 Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today applauded the appointment of a temporary manager from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to provide oversight at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia.Gov. Wolf’s statement:“First and foremost, I want to extend my gratitude to all the Hahnemann employees dedicated to helping their neighbors. These doctors, nurses and staff have worked diligently despite these unfortunate circumstances.“I also want to thank Dr. Rachel Levine and her team at the Pennsylvania Department of Health, along with their many allies and partners, for fighting to bring order to this process. A hospital’s mission should be putting public health first and we will hold them accountable to that.“A temporary manager will be able to ensure that patient care needs will continue to be met. I appreciate the medical community and advocates in Greater Philadelphia working with us to ensure patients and those who serve them are prioritized as other proceedings evolve.” SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Applauds State Appointment of Hahnemann Temporary Manager
Read Also: Zidane confirms injury to Carvajal and Hazard knock The Istanbul giants marked their return to action with a 2-1 victory over bottom side Kayserispor. Strict health measures have been introduced including taking the temperature of every individual entering the stadium, dividing substitute players between the bench and empty stands, and regularly disinfecting the footballs. However, the Turkish federation is holding out hope fans could return in the coming weeks if the situation improves. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Football returned to Spain and Italy, two of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic, this weekend after a three-month shutdown while the German season is approaching the finish line after setting the example for other leagues to follow. Lionel Messi was on target in Barca’s first game back. AFP Sport looks at five talking points from this weekend’s action across the continent: Different look, same MessiMore than three months had passed since Lionel Messi’s last appearance on a football field. The six-time Ballon d’Or winner will be 33 in little over a week, but while he approaches veteran status, his post-lockdown look is more of a reminder of the young Messi. The hair is longer and swept over to one side. Most strikingly the beard has gone, leaving the Argentine looking fresh-faced. La Liga’s leading scorer looked sharp with the ball at his feet too, and scored the final goal of a 4-0 win away in Mallorca — after earlier strikes by Arturo Vidal, Martin Braithwaite and Jordi Alba — as Barcelona stayed two points clear of title rivals Real Madrid. Hazard health again a concernReal Madrid made a convincing first step in their renewed chase of Barcelona, sweeping Eibar aside 3-1 in their new training ground home at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium. However Eden Hazard, making his first start since February, gave Real fresh cause for concern as he was replaced on the hour, with icing strapped to his right ankle — the one which required surgery in March. The Belgium star has endured a trying first season in Spain but played a part in all three goals Sunday before his withdrawal. His fitness will require close monitoring with each team playing their remaining 11 matches over just 39 days. Having surrendered the initiative with a patchy run of form before the interruption, Real face two tricky assignments in the coming week with games against Champions League chasing Valencia and Real Sociedad. Rusty Ronaldo, Juve reach finalCristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty but Juventus scraped into the final of the Italian Cup on away goals despite a 0-0 draw at home to AC Milan on Friday, on what should have been the opening day of Euro 2020 in Rome. The semi-final second leg in Turin was the first match played in Italy since March 9. “It was odd and difficult at the start, playing in an empty stadium after 90 days away,” said Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci. More than eight million TV viewers tuned in to watch the match shown free-to-air on national broadcaster RAI. Juve will take on Napoli on Wednesday in the final. Dries Mertens scored his club record 122nd goal in a 1-1 draw at home to Inter Milan on Saturday, sending Gennaro Gattuso’s team through 2-1 on aggregate. Bayern on brink of coronationHansi Flick is one win away from capping a whirlwind first season in charge of Bayern Munich with the Bundesliga title, the club’s eighth in a row. Bayern overcame the absence of suspended duo Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller to edge past Champions League hopefuls Borussia Monchengladbach 2-1. Victory at relegation-threatened Werder Bremen on Tuesday would secure a record-extending 30th league trophy for the Bavarians. More could follow, with Bayern through to the German Cup final against Bayer Leverkusen and the dream of a treble alive as they still have the latter stages of the Champions League to look forward to. Cutouts in vogue across EuropeThe Turkish Super Lig resumed on Friday with games behind closed doors, although Fenerbahce joined a number of clubs across Europe in filling the empty stands with cardboard cutouts of supporters. Loading…
ALGONA — An investigation dating back almost two years has led to the arrest of an Algona woman on prostitution related charges.According to the Algona Police Department, the investigation began in November of 2018 when a young adult female alleged that she was being pursued to engage in acts of prostitution. Officers conducted numerous interviews and served multiple search warrants as a part of the investigation. During the course of the investigation officers also learned that an adult male had allegedly been solicited to be a patron for acts of prostitution.Officers arrested 37-year-old Rachel Cantu on charges of Pandering for Prostitution and Pimping, both Class D Felonies. Cantu was taken into custody and released to await a court appearance.
European Amateur champion Ashley Chesters and fellow international Ryan Evans (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) have been selected to represent Europe against Asia/Pacific in the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy at the Karnataka Golf Association course in Bangalore, India on 26th – 28th March. ChestersEuropean Amateur champion Ashley Chesters and fellow international Ryan Evans (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) have been selected to represent Europe against Asia/Pacific in the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy at the Karnataka Golf Association course in Bangalore, India on 26th – 28th March. and Evans in European team for Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy European Amateur champion Ashley Chesters and fellow international Ryan Evans (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) have been selected to represent Europe against Asia/Pacific in the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy at the Karnataka Golf Association course in Bangalore, India on 26th – 28th March.European Amateur champion Ashley Chesters and fellow international Ryan Evans (Wellingborough, Northamptonshire) have been selected to represent Europe against Asia/Pacific in the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy at the Karnataka Golf Association course in Bangalore, India on 26th – 28th March. The 12-strong side, which will be seeking a fourth successive success in the biennial event, also includes three other Great Britain and Ireland Zone players in James Ross from Scotland and the Irish pair of Dermot McElroy and Gavin Moynihan. The rest of the team is: Albert Eckhardt (Finland), Dominic Foos and Max Roehrig (Germany), Mario Galiano (Spain), Renato Paratore (Italy), Mads Soegaard (Denmark) and Robbie Van West (Netherlands). Both England players have achieved significant victories in recent months. Chesters (Hawkstone Park, Shropshire & Herefordshire), 24, achieved his biggest success when he won the European Amateur Championship at El Prat in Spain last summer. He is a former S&H county boy champion, won the Lee Westwood Trophy in 2011 and finished runner-up in the Simon Bolivar Cup in Venezuela the same year. Recently he finished equal fifth in the Portuguese Amateur and despite qualifying for the match play stages in the Spanish Amateur, was beaten in the first round. Evans (image copyright Leaderboard Photography), who will turn 27 during the Bonallack Trophy, enjoyed a highly successful trip to Australia in recent weeks including victories in the Lake Macquarie International and the Avondale Medal. He also finished as leading qualifier for the Australian Amateur and ended ninth in the Australian Masters of the Amateurs. Last year, when he finished seventh on the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf men’s Order of Merit, Evans won the Berkshire Trophy, the Biarritz Cup in France and the Scrutton Jug for the lowest aggregate from the Brabazon and Berkshire Trophies. He also finished runner-up in the St Andrews Links Trophy and the South of England Amateur and made his full England debut in the Home Internationals at Ganton. The European players have been selected based on their R&A World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR) and high-level golfing performances. Special attention was paid to match play results, particularly those attained in the European Golf Association’s (EGA) international matches and European team events. The format for the match in southern India will include five morning fourball matches and five afternoon foursomes on days one and two and 12 single matches on the final day. Europe has won the last three encounters and five of the seven played in the series. The Asia/Pacific successes came in 2002 and 2004. The scheduled 2010 match was cancelled. Sir Michael Bonallack, who has an exceptional amateur record in golf, will be attending the match. Among many prestigious titles, he won the Amateur Championship five times and was a member of nine Walker Cup teams. He is known as one of the leading contributors in world golf development in the late 20th century. 13 Mar 2014 Chesters and Evans in European team for Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy
23 Sep 2016 Hampshire respond to good luck message from Rose Hampshire – buoyed up by a video good luck message from Justin Rose – took an early advantage over Cornwall on the opening day of the Men’s County Championship.In the video Rose told the team: “Go out and give it 100%, I am sure you will wear the badge well.”He remembered playing in Hampshire’s winning team at the 1996 County Finals – their only victory so far – and said: “I have fond memories of my time playing for the county and winning that time for Hampshire was a big deal.”The players responded by beating Cornwall 2-1 win in the morning foursomes at Sandwell Park Golf Club, Staffordshire. Tom Robson and Mark Burgess got up quickly in their game and finished 4/3, while George Saunders and Billy McKenzie came through a tight game to win 2/1.The championship is being contested by the representatives of the four England Golf men’s regions. In the day’s other match Yorkshire beat Warwickshire in all three fouromes.Will Whiteoak and Ben Hutchinson were first in, working their way steadily to their 5/3 win. English champion Dan Brown chipped in on 17 to win 2/1 and stop a fightback by Warwickshire. Brown and partner Steve Robins (image © Leaderboard Photography) were four up after nine holes, but Matt Cryer and Ian Winstanley had grabbed the momentum over the inward half and after a birdie on 16 were only one behind.In the final game Bailey Gill and Kealan Lowe came back from a shaky start to win 3/1.Click here for full scores