Rebecca Ann Hughes

first_imgThose surviving who will cherish Rebecca’s memory include her son, Scott Hughes of Osgood; ex-husband, Mike Hughes of Osgood; one brother, Dave (Beth Ann) Satterfield of Albuquerque, NM, and several nieces and nephews.  Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Stephen Hughes on May 3, 2009, and one sister, Betty Sue Kronz. Memorial contributions can be directed to the M. Stephen Hughes Scholarship Fund at Jac-Cen-Del High School, or to the family to assist with funeral expenses.  To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Rebecca Hughes. Services will be held on Friday at 1p.m. with visitation from 12 noon until time of service at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman.  Burial will follow at St. Paul Cemetery.center_img Rebecca Ann Hughes, of Osgood, was born on January 29, 1951 in Lumberport, West Virginia, the daughter of Raymond and Dorothy Rodgers Satterfield.  She was a homemaker most of her life but also worked at Tyson Library in Versailles.  Rebecca loved cars and belonged to the Tree City Classics in Greensburg.  She also enjoyed spending time with her family.  On Saturday, October 28, 2017, at the age of 66, Rebecca passed away at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati.last_img read more

New mobile app tracks flu and other illnesses locally

first_imgBatesville, In. —  A new mobile app for both iOS and Android can help residents track the intensity of the flu outbreak in any area. Sickweather® is the first real-time map of human health.To track the flu and other illnesses in any location nationwide, download the free Sickweather mobile app for iOS or Android.A free Live Map feature for use in on-air TV broadcasts or on station websites is also available.Along with illness tracking reports, Sickweather has added updates to the app including:A new “Call Doctor” button.Access to board-certified physicians through a partnership with tele-health company WellVia Solutions at a 10% discount.Thermometer Connectivity.Bluetooth connectivity with three of the most popular brands of smart ear thermometers, allowing users to record and track their temperatures and other symptoms directly within the app.Enriched Illness and Symptom Information.Now partnering with Krames StayWell, greater detail on illnesses and symptoms tracked by Sickweather, including causes, when to see a doctor, and treatments are now available.last_img read more

Stoke announce Union clash

first_imgStoke have announced their pre-season tour of the United States this summer will conclude with a match against Philadelphia Union. The clash at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania, is scheduled for July 30, with the Potters flying back to the United Kingdom 24 hours later. They head out to the States on July 22 and face two other Major League Soccer sides before the game against the Union – Houston Dynamo on July 24 and FC Dallas on July 27. Press Associationlast_img

Lambert in warning to Belgium boss

first_imgAston Villa manager Paul Lambert has warned Belgium counterpart Marc Wilmots not to expect Christian Benteke to be fit for next month’s World Cup qualifying double header. Needing just a point to qualify, it would appear Benteke’s presence is unlikely to be required, not that Lambert believes he will be heading off anyway. “We’re obligated to let him go when a national game comes up because national teams can invoke the ruling, but for the initial period he is here,” said Lambert. “I understand Belgium’s point of view, that they are trying to do their best for their country, but he’s our player and he has people looking after him here, so we’ll wait and see. “But I certainly don’t think he’ll be unfit for us and then play for them. “With or without Christian I still think they’ll get their point. I saw Belgium against Scotland the other month and they were excellent. They deserve to go through.” Benteke’s rapid improvement over the past few days may give Wilmots hope, especially as Lambert has stated this week he feared the worst following the injury sustained during Saturday’s 1-0 win at Norwich. According to Lambert, Benteke is now “doing great”, adding: “I think he will be back quicker. We’ll have to wait and see. “We’ve two games before the international break, which has probably come at the right time for him and for us. Press Association On Thursday, Lambert delivered a positive prognosis as to Benteke’s injury timetable compared to 48 hours previously when he suggested his star striker would be out for up to six weeks with a hip problem. The suggestion is Benteke may return for the Barclays Premier League clash at home to Spurs on October 20, soon after Belgium’s games in Croatia on the 11th and at home to Wales on the 15th. “The worst scenario was he was going to be out for a considerable period of time. “But the way he is progressing, everybody is pretty happy with him, and he’s a lot happier within himself, which is pleasing.” Benteke is one of nine players on the sidelines, although Lambert is hopeful the likes of Gabriel Agbonlahor, Fabian Delph and Andreas Weimann should be fit for Saturday’s visit of Manchester City. last_img read more

Football: At Purdue, Wisconsin looks to extend win streak to 12 games

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin football team (6-4, 4-3 Big Ten) will travel to West Lafayette, Ind., this weekend to take on the Purdue Boilermakers (5-5, 4-3 Big Ten) in a game that is likely to decide the 2nd place finisher in the Big Ten West. Unfortunately for both Purdue and Wisconsin, Northwestern has already secured their place in the Big Ten Championship as the West representative, but these teams still have bragging rights to play for. Wisconsin is trying to secure their 17th straight winning season and will need to win at least one of their last two regular season games to do so. They have struggled mightily on the road so far this season, with their lone win coming in Iowa City back in September. What was once a season with sky-high expectations for the Badgers has now become a battle for pride. Wisconsin has won 12 straight games against Purdue dating back to 2004 and does not want to end that streak anytime soon. But Purdue has demonstrated they are capable of competing with the best in the country. Earlier in the year, the Boilermakers blew out Ohio State 49–20 at home in one of the most impressive games in recent program history. They have since fizzled out a bit, and lost 41–10 to the lowly Minnesota Gophers as recently as last week. Men’s basketball: Tyler Wahl signs letter of intent to WisconsinThe University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team, coming off an impressive win in the Gavitt Tipoff Games against Xavier, seem Read…The Boilermakers inconsistency has defined them this season, with their highs and lows often coinciding with the performances of quarterback David Blough. Whether or not the Badgers’ banged up and inexperienced secondary will be able to contain him will likely decide the outcome of this matchup. Wisconsin, on the other hand, does not even know which quarterback will be suiting up for them on Saturday. Alex Hornibrook has missed two of the last three games with concussion symptoms and is questionable once again for this weekend’s matchup against Purdue. If he is unable to go, Jack Coan will likely get the start once more. For the year, Coan has averaged 4.86 yards per attempt and has thrown two touchdowns to two interceptions. He has been far from spectacular, and the offense has struggled to get much going with him leading the offense. Aside from a 71 yard Jonathan Taylor touchdown last week, the offense accomplished almost nothing with Coan at the helm. Women’s soccer: Badgers earn their stripes in dominant NCAA Tournament showing versus MemphisThe University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team (13-3-4, 6-2-3 Big Ten) beat the Memphis Tigers (17-4-0, 7-2-0 AAC) in Memphis, Read…If Coan is going to start Saturday, the team is going to need another monster game from Taylor to have any chance at stealing a road match at Purdue, who is likely fed up with losing to the Badgers every year. This win would secure the 2nd place in the Big Ten West for Wisconsin, which does not mean a whole lot, but it would surely lead to a better bowl game.This game kicks off Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and will be available on the Big Ten Network. Tune in as the Badgers look to extend their 16 season winning streak.last_img read more