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West Terre Haute, IN The city of West Terre Haute has work to do on its wastewater treatment plant.

Last week, WTWO spoke with a homeowner who reported sewer overflow problems to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. At that time, foul smelling sewer water could be seen flowing out of manhole covers on 7th Street.

IDEM responded with an inspection on Thursday, March 1. Today (March 5), IDEM notified the town of several violations. Inspectors gave the plant an unsatisfactory rating for the overflow problem.

The IDEM letter noted a number of problems:

The SSO evaluation generated an unsatisfactory rating. Part II. B. 2 of the permit prohibits overflows, pursuant to 327 IAC 5 2 8(11). At the time of the inspection, the facility was experiencing hydraulic related overflows from four manholes along 7th Street. (It is noted that the portions of the Town were experiencing heavy flooding conditions at the time of the inspection.) In addition, the facility had not yet reported the overflow events to IDEM.

Facility/Site was rated as marginal for lack of an adequate alarm system for the facility. Part II. B. 1. b. of the permit requires that the facility be operated in a manner which will minimize discharges of excessive pollutants. An adequate alarm system is necessary to alert operators of equipment failure during hours when no attendant is on site.

Maintenance was rated as unsatisfactory due to the facility experiencing excessive inflow and infiltration (I/I) in the collection system which continues to hydraulically overload the wastewater treatment plant. This is a violation of Part II. B. 1 of the permit which requires all facilities to be maintained in good working order at all times and operated as efficiently as possible and in a manner which will minimize upsets and discharges of excessive pollutants. This includes the facility collection system. As part of the response to this violation letter, the facility should summarize collection system/storm water projects that have been completed to date and indicate future work that is planned for the collection system. In addition, the facility must fix the rotating weir that controls flow from the oxidation ditch to the clarifiers to help with wet weather operations.

The town has 30 days to submit a plan of action to the state. The letter from IDEM states:

Within 30 days of receipt of this letter, a written detailed response documenting correction of the concerns listed above and/or a plan for assuring future compliance must be submitted to this office.
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This past Wednesday I was given an incredible opportunity to meet the legendary photographer Howard Schatz. As a photographer myself the honor was all mine to meet Schatz and his partner Beverly Ornstein at Gleason Gym in Brooklyn, the site of many photographs from his newly release book At the Fights: Inside the World of Professional Boxing.

Most likely you have come across at least one of Schatz’ photographs in an art gallery, museum or advertisement and simply had no idea. His work is internationally acclaimed and as a New Yorker he also has left his mark on the city. His photographs of the American Ballet Theater, Alvin Ailey, Pacquiao vs Mosely, Adidasareall over the city and I am sure some of these have left you momentarily captured by his unique style. Schatz photography is exhibits the beauty andathleticismof the human body in a way I have never seen.

His abound of accolades and fame leaves a budding photographer incrediblyintimatedhowever, Schatz warmth, kindess would put anyone at ease. The video shoot and interview with Toure and Schatz was an incredible experience to be apart of, in addition to the fact that I even got to talk a little photography with the legend himself! I look forward to the interview Toure conducted with Schatz, which you can catch on The Cycle. Until then I humbly leave you with some of my work from the shoot at Gleason Gym.
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With its starting backcourt off to play Division I basketball this summer, Imhotep Charter will have to rely on younger talent to step up and fill a significant void as the Panthers look to repeat last season’s PIAA Class 4A championship run.

Dahmir Bishop will be one of those players, and he’s had a solid offseason to boost his stock.

Bishop is a 6 foot 4 guard who came off the bench for Imhotep last season and spelled Division I signees Daron Russell (Rhode Island) and David Beatty (South Carolina).

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” Bishop told PennLive in April. “They push me real hard in practice. You’re not going to ever get a chance to play with guys like them, how talented they are, unless you make it to a high major level. To have that chance right now is a wonderful thing.”

Bishop spent the spring playing for K Low Elite’s U 16 team on the adidas Uprising circuit. He starred for Imhotep in the Northeast Basketball League this month and scored a game high 22 points in the Panthers’ 63 35 win over a short handed Neumann Goretti squad.

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and Bishop joins a group of players that includes Roman Catholic forward Seth Lundy as Class of 2019 prospects with Nittany Lion offers.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) It was a unanimous decision by the University of Louisville Athletic Association to fire the men basketball team former head coach, Rick Pitino.

He said in an affidavit signed on Sunday that “I will fight tirelessly to defend my reputation.

right thing is to make the determination that the coach not only did not know but could not have known of this scheme that was going on and the right thing to do is bring the coach back, said his attorney, Steve Pence, before the decision was final.

Pence said Pitino knew nothing of a recruit’s family receiving money from Adidas so the basketball player would join U of L. He showed the board results of a polygraph test that gave Pitino a passing grade. The documents show Pitino was asked you participate in paying Bowen’s family?’ to which he answered were also text messages between Pitino and two men charged during the FBI’s investigation. Adidas’s James Gatto and former AAU team director Christian Dawkins, where both who were arrested for NCAA recruiting corruption.

The text messages talk about recruiting Brian Bowen, the alleged recruit at the center of the investigation. Pence said the texts were evidence that Pitino knew nothing about payments to Bowen or his family.

coach did not engage in any of this activity he didn’t know about the activity, he reiterated.

Pitino’s name has never shied away from the headlines during his time at UofL. the University’s acting president, Greg Postel suggested the FBI investigation was the final straw.

were a number of issues that over time were brought to our attention and we simply felt as this was in the best interest of the University, he said.

in 2009, Karen Sypher blackmails the head coach after the two had sex at a restaurant in 2003.

Then in 2015, there was the stripper scandal at Billy Minardi Hall, now awaiting a final ruling from the NCAA, that alleges women were paid to have sex with recruits on visits to campus. Pitino denied any knowledge of that, as well.

Postel saying the scandals were taking a toll.

is all about the student athletes quality entertainment and quality sports forward and trying to get this university into a stable and good spot, Postel said.
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STATESBORO, Ga. The Georgia Southern football team capped practice No. 4 with a dip in Beautiful Eagle Creek Thursday, continuing the tradition of seniors and newcomers to the program.

In the third year of this tradition, new Georgia Southern President Jaimie L.

After practice, the players got down on a knee huddled around Coach Summers who offered praise of their first four days of work while pointing out areas the team can improve. Then, Coach Summers introduced the new President to the team who delivered an inspiring message and the two men led the team off the field toward the creek banks.

With the rest of the team gathered around the banks near the sign marking Beautiful Eagle Creek, Hebert in dress pants, shirt and tie and Coach Summers were the first to enter causing the players to erupt in applause. The senior class and all of the assistants who came to town with Summers promptly followed in the celebration, taking a dip into the waters.

the love and the camaraderie of the players was a little more special than I thought it would be, said Hebert, who has been on the job for a little over a month. look forward to these things; it being a part of the culture and tradition of this University. Athletics are extremely important and an integral part of our identity. Our athletic programs have really put us on a national stage with their reputation and the championships. That gives us an opportunity as a university to get up on that stage and pull the curtains back to show the rest of the country what it is we doing with top quality higher education here in Statesboro. was joined by his two daughters and Coach Summers by his wife and three sons. The two newcomers to Eagle Nation grabbed a selfie in front of the hallowed creek after the celebration.

an important tradition and something we want to make sure we take pride in, said Coach Summers. links you to all the former players all the people that come back here, and the people who built the program into what it is today. No. Friday on the banks of Beautiful Eagle Creek. Dates, times and locations of football practices are subject to change and may be impacted by weather conditions. Practices are open to the public, but any filming, recording or photography is limited to members of the media only. The full schedule is below.

Georgia Southern won the 2015 GoDaddy Bowl in its first bowl eligible season, finishing 6 2 in the conference and 8 4 overall. The Eagles,
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who return 37 lettermen and 12 starters to the 2016 squad, were picked to finished third the Sun Belt in the league preseason coaches poll.

Fans can purchase 2016 season tickets and select their seats online, by calling 1 800 GSU WINS or by visiting the ticket office in the Cowart Building adjacent to Paulson Stadium (203 Lanier Drive). Season tickets prices start as low as $75 for all five games.

The GS Football Team will hold its annual Meet the Eagles Fan Fest on Saturday, Aug. 13. at Paulson Stadium before the event. The public is invited to the scrimmage and fans will be allowed to come on the field at noon. The North Concourse will be the only side open and fans may enter through Gate 12 near Bishop Field House.

Between the end of the scrimmage and the start of Fan Fest, fans can expect to hear a few words from head football coachTyson Summersafter he dismisses the team to their locker room. The event will be the last preseason scrimmage and the athletics department will have activities on the field after the scrimmage, including inflatables for the kids, 2016 football posters and schedule cards, a dunk tank, face painting, ticket information, cheerleaders, and the fall sport teams will be available for autographs. Concessions will be available during the scrimmage and during the Fan Fest. Additionally, the University Store will be open for fans to purchase all of their adidas gear to get ready for the season.

Fans will be allowed to get autographs from their favorite football players and Coach Summers at the festival. In addition, the soccer squads and volleyball team, along with all three respective coaches, will also be in attendance, grouped on the field. Fans can bring in outside items to be signed and posters from each sport will be provided free of charge to those who wish to get one signed. Fans will also be able to mingle with the student athletes during the autograph session and kids can play catch, kick a ball or pass a volleyball around with the players.

Meet the Eagles Fan Fest is free and open to fans of all ages. Parking is also free.

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Fun, Games And More At Nike, Adidas Summer Schools’

August 16, 1998By DAVID TEEL and DAVE FAIRBANK Daily Press

North Carolina and Kentucky, they ain’t. Fairleigh Dickinson University, a northern New Jersey liberal arts school of fewer than 2,000 students, has never won an NCAA Tournament game. Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, a baffling downtown conglomerate, doesn’t even play Division I basketball.

But during the first full week of July, these obscure campuses become college basketball Meccas.

Nike’s All American camp at IUPUI and adidas’ ABCD camp at Fairleigh Dickinson are showcases of elite high school talent, attracting more than 400 players combined.

There’s no question we’re in competition with Nike to get the best players at our camp,” said Paul Red” Jenkins, a legend in Virginia high school basketball coaching circles who works at Paul VI High in Fairfax and is affiliated with adidas.

We’ve got 240 kids here and they have an opportunity to play in front of 400 college coaches,” he said. Nike has 200 and some kids there. It’s all about providing opportunities. How can that be a bad thing?”

Nike’s camp began in 1983, adidas’ in 1994. Campers must provide their own transportation. Both events started modestly, only to evolve into weeklong ordeals that can make or break a young man’s career.

You have to produce,” Hampton High’s Johnnie Story says during Nike’s camp. If you slack off, somebody will make you look bad.”

THERE IS NO misinterpreting Rule 30.16 (d) on Page 404 of the NCAA Division I Manual: A prospective student athlete who attends an NCAA certified event shall not retain any athletics equipment provided for his or her use at the event other than an event T shirt.”

OK, then why are dozens of players from Nike’s annual summer basketball camp walking away with shoes, sandals and multiple uniforms?

It’s tough to police,” says camp director George Raveling, a former college coach. When a kid says his stuff was stolen, what are you going to do?”

Not that Nike officials are losing sleep over the pilfered merchandise. Quite the contrary.

This weeklong event is about teaching life skills, basketball and brand loyalty, not necessarily in that order. Even the cops lecturing the more than 200 campers on the dangers of drug abuse have swooshes on their shirts.

Nike’s logo is plastered not just on shoes and uniforms, but also on socks, shower sandals, basketballs, backboards and posters. It is everywhere.

As players walk down the steps leading to the three courts at the National Institute for Fitness and Sport, they encounter a larger than life banner of Michael Jordan. Hanging from the rafters inside the gym are similar tributes to other Nike pitchmen: Tim Duncan, Eddie Jones, Penny Hardaway, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, Jason Kidd, Rasheed Wallace and Damon Stoudamire, whose young brother is competing at camp. A display rack showcases the latest in Nike footwear and apparel.

Two hours before college coaches are permitted to descend upon the camp to evaluate the talent, a Division I head coach sits in a downtown Indianapolis bagel shop bemoaning his moral predicament. The coach, whose program receives free Nike gear, appreciates the company’s support and understands its marketing needs.

But he hates the heavy handedness of it all. He hates the arrogance he believes these camps breed in young athletes, an arrogance that is often irreversible.

I’m not Jesus Christ reincarnate,” the coach says. I can’t take the spots off a leopard. . I’m affronted to be here.”

But he’s here. Just like hundreds of his colleagues, from Dartmouth to Duke, Marist to Michigan, Niagara to North Carolina, their prey listed alphabetically and in numerical order in the camp handbook.

Raveling, a former head coach at Washington State, Iowa and Southern California, says egos are his biggest headache.

Parents, coaches and players,” he says. It just wears you down. Many times you can see why the kids have a problem when you talk to their parents.”

But in three years of directing the camp, Raveling believes he’s made significant progress. Morning games have been replaced by drills. Afternoon and evening games, coached by Nike affiliated summer and high school coaches, are divided into segments that require specific offensive and defensive sets. This, Raveling says, gives college coaches a more complete picture of a prospect.

NCAA rules prohibit college coaches from direct contact with prospects during July, but that has never interfered with what coaches call bumps.” Coaches just happen to bump into the player they crave, making the only civil response a handshake, wink and hello.

But give Nike credit for structure. Players are sequestered at a hotel off limits to coaches. Media interviews are limited to the lunch break. One section of bleachers is reserved for parents, allowing them to avoid coaches, if they so desire.
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PORTSMOUTH Arraigned Monday on charges alleging he pawned stolen gold and was caught stealing sneakers from a mall store, James Morphy told a judge he was “caught up in a gang” that steals shoes and that he was beaten when he refused to do so.

PORTSMOUTH Arraigned Monday on charges alleging he pawned stolen gold and was caught stealing sneakers from a mall store, James Morphy told a judge he was “caught up in a gang” that steals shoes and that he was beaten when he refused to do so.

Morphy, 19, with no permanent address, was arrested by Newington police after a JCPenney employee reported the theft of a $65 pair of Adidas sneakers. Police allege the Saturday theft was committed by Morphy, who led store security on a chase during which a glass store door was shattered. Following his arrest, officers learned Morphy was wanted on a warrant for pawning a pair of gold chains that were stolen in Barrington, police allege.

Arraigned by video from the Rockingham County House of Corrections, Morphy was charged with two felonies alleging he pawned two pieces of gold jewelry and collected $650 for each. He was also arraigned on a misdemeanor count of shoplifting. Police Capt. Brian Newcomer petitioned the court for cash bail noting Morphy has reported four different addresses “depending on the occasion.” Newcomer said Morphy’s criminal history includes thefts in Maine and burglaries in Florida.

Morphy said he was “running with the wrong crowd,” called the judge’s attention to a cut over his right eye and said it was inflicted by someone in the so called shoe stealing gang when he refused to steal shoes.
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Immigration officials surprised several 7 Eleven locations on Staten Island before dawn Wednesday as part of a nationwide sweep to crack down on companies who hire undocumented workers.

The Advance has confirmed the agents visited at least two Port Richmond stores and another in Meiers Corners. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security at 98 locations across the country, including 16 in New York City, according to an ICE spokeswoman. illegally were administratively arrested and given notices to appear in immigration court.

Numbers for Staten Island weren’t immediately available, but workers at Staten Island 7 Eleven locations visited by the Advance said there were no arrests at their stores.

At the 1440 Forest Ave. to check her employees’ paperwork.

“We were good,” she said, declining to give her name. to check employment documents.

“They were here for like 15 minutes or so, then they left when everything was good,” said the location’s manager.

A manager at the 1252 Forest Ave. location would only confirm the agents were at the store early Wednesday morning.

Employees were unsure if officials were there to check immigration status or to verify employment.

A 7 Eleven worker at the corner store on Forest Avenue and Richmond Avenue in Graniteville said a customer told her his son was among those who were vetted in the probe at another site. Officials did not visit that location, though.

“He said they told him (the son) that he should carry his green card around with him,” she said.

The franchise sites in Bulls Head, at the corner of Victory Boulevard and Richmond Avenue, and Sunnyside, near Clove Lakes Park, were not part of the early morning sweep, workers said. businesses that hire and employ an illegal workforce: ICE will enforce the law, and if you are found to be breaking the law, you will be held accountable,” said Thomas D. Homan, ICE deputy director and senior official performing the duties of the director.

He continued: “Businesses that hire illegal workers are a pull factor for illegal immigration and we are working hard to remove this magnet. ICE will continue its efforts to protect jobs for American workers by eliminating unfair competitive advantages for companies that exploit illegal immigration.”

Agents targeted the stores nationwide, broadening an investigation that began with a 4 year old case against a franchisee on New York’s Long Island.

Derek Benner, a top ICE official, told the Associated Press that Wednesday’s operation was “the first of many” and “a harbinger of what’s to come” for employers. He said there would be more employment audits and investigations, though there is no numerical goal.

“This is what we’re gearing up for this year and what you’re going to see more and more of is these large scale compliance inspections, just for starters. From there, we will look at whether these cases warrant an administrative posture or criminal investigation,” said Benner, acting head of ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations, which oversees cases against employers.

The raids were due to a 2013 investigation that resulted in charges against nine 7 Eleven franchisees and managers in New York and Virginia. Eight have pleaded guilty and were ordered to pay more than $2.6 million in back wages, and the ninth was arrested in November.

In the 2013 investigations, managers used more than 25 stolen identities to employ at least 115 people in the country illegally, knowing they could pay below minimum wage, according to court documents. The documents say 7 Eleven corporate office does automated payroll, requiring franchisees provide employee names and Social Security numbers to pay workers through direct deposit or check. Audits may lead to criminal charges or administrative penalties.
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TODAY I WENT OUT WITH ELEANOR, STACY AND FREDA! 😀 yay! a bestie outing. we went back to lips cafe just like we did two years ago. (: we took some neos and we watched meet the fockers! OMG it is so so so funny! 😀 i was laughing alot. ashh hooole! hoho

anyways, we just hung around town. omg i bought the awesomest jacket from forever 21, ever! it looks like a jock jacket. like it is really really american ish superly majorly cool! 😀 oh it says los angeles. oh holy i love it so much. cost me sixty three dollars. who cares i love my jockie 😀

oh night i watched kung fu hustle with gerry. HAHAHA. it is darn funny as well. i laughed more for kung fu than fockers. not that it is funnier, but you know, it is the ridiculous very china jokes kinda funny. it is incredibly cool. but i love ben stiller.

I even fell for that stupid love songThe Spongebob Squarepants Movie is coming out in singapore 17th march 2005! that is a way long time. BUT i watched it already! woohoo weehee 😀 haha i got the dvd . it so funny it so hilarious it so HAHA .

anyways, i went out with valen, mich, shuwei, dinah grace. we ate sakae. hung around heeren. ate churros new zealand smoothies. took neos. yay! we are planning to go back to school on the first day of school, but it sounds kinda stupid. like first day already go back.

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back. we cut our trip short because of MY SISTER. :/ she said, oh i have a function on monday, i have to go. blah blah. so we thought it was super important to her social life and it was some big christmas party or something. so we drove back . and it was actually just an outing with TWO friends. OH THE SELFISHNESS OF HER. ): so i had a very unfruitful trip. i did not manage to get presents. hardly any ): like the shopping was kinda, uhh. like really! we went on xmas day which was kinda stupid cos it was so crowded. the malls were packed like sardines. and there were queues everywhere. the toilets were dirty everywhere. they were just like holes, with shit in them. gross out. but oh well.

anyway, mother nature is angry! she punished us with that earthquake for all we did to her precious Earth. anyways, i did not really go to KL thank god. i went to Petaling Jaya instead. which is a little south of KL but still in Selangor. cos if we stayed in KL we would have stayed in equatorial hotel, which experienced some tremours. but PJ was pretty safe, phew.

anyway, CNN is broadcasting alot on this tsunamis thing. and it getting so much attention, why BECAUSE there are western tourists in phuket. i read up, last year december around now, there was also a BIG earthquake in Iran (i think , or somewhere in middle east) and the death toll was 48000! thats way more than this one. you might not have heard of it, just because it happened in the middle east. current death toll for this one, last i heard was 11000. i mean, it kinda unfair.

oh well i shall not act like a saint, standing up for the middle east. malaysia is still the same. i don intend to go up there for some time.

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my home is SO boring. i settled my transfer in njc. then i came home. blah blah. bummed around the house. packed my bag though there is really nothing to pack. short trip only. oh my gosh i am anticipating ALL THE SHOPPING! 😀

going to malalysia till 28th i think. driving up. eww! long car trips make me puke. well not , i hope not . :/ i am going to plug my ipod in, sleep on mogu hug spongebob, and eat skyflakes chocolate digestives, drink green tea, all the way! yay. wow by the end of the trip i will not be able to get out of the car. hoho. mmm, no internet for around 4 days. ): oh POO. i think i will die. like i will start hyperventilating or smth.

anyways, i love christmas (:

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! 😀 haha my appeal was successful. NO AJC. hurray. (: okay and the weirdest thing is that they put me in science not arts. oh well . but i can only take three subs. WHO CARES i don care if i can only take like zero subjects. actually i wouldn mind that at all. i been praying very dutifully, thats why. and it was my, birthday wish! although i didn blow out my candles all at once. haha

okay my nose keeps bleeding! ): i think i going to die of blood loss. haha touch wood. but yah it quite disgusting to have your nose bleeding. i am drinking green tea to keep,
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Sarah Abel was born April 10,1896, on the Chandalar River near Fort Yukon, Alaska to Joseph and Catherine. Times were hard and the family followed the caribou, moving wherever there was food. One of those places was New Rampart. When Sarah was around three years old, while they were visiting at New Rampart, her mother died. Unable to care for his child Sarah’s father gave her to Peter and Myra Moses, who adopted her. It was around the time of the drawing up of the boundary between Alaska and Yukon.

Sarah married, in 1913, at the age of seventeen, to Abel Chitze. They lived at Whitefish Lake, 30 miles up the Porcupine River from Old Crow. Sarah had seventeen children. In 1944, her husband passed away but Sarah remained in the area for six more years raising her family by trapping and hunting.

In 1950, Sarah moved to Old Crow. She became actively involved in the community and church. She was the first woman Council Member for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and past president of the Women’s Auxiliary. As a well respected spokeswoman, she endeavored to set an example for the younger generation. Her last recorded speech was on the occasion of her 100th birthday on April 10, 1996.

As an esteemed elder and the matriarch of the community, Sarah, with wisdom gleamed from the past, provided a source of strength and guidance, teaching the many traditions and stories of her people to native and non native alike. She was Ssitsoo (Grandma) Sarah to all who came to know her. With her life spanning the history of Canada she watched as the young country took its first steps, struggled to overcome its growing pains and the many changes to her lifestyle as it came into its own. She watched as canvas boats and dog teams gave way to skidoos, motorboats and the airplane, from man walking on snowshoes to walking on the moon. Then in later years she watched as her nation came of age and began the struggle to overcome the past and forge a new future.
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