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Bulldogs 3-Way Swimming Meet Results At Greensburg

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs Swimming Team participated on a 3-Way Meet at Greensburg on Tuesday, December 15th.Girls Team Results.  BHS 142, Greensburg 127, Rushville 40.Batesville Girls are 15-3 on the season (11-2 non-conference, 4-1 EIAC)BoysTeam Results. Greensburg 142, BHS 93, Rushville 58.Boys are 4-10 on the season (2-8 non-conference, 2-2-EIAC)Batesville Individual Event Winners:Girls-Ashley Daulton 100 free; Emily Gutzwiller 200 IM, 100 breast; Audrey Hall 50 free; and Taylor Villani 200 free, 500 free.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach TJ Greene.last_img read more

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Lady Wildcats Drop Battles With Lady Tigers

first_imgThe Lady Wildcats came out strong winning the first two sets but Lawrenceburg came back strong winning 17-25, 17-25, 25–23, 25-13, 15-10.It was a tough loss to swallow. Kamryn McCool had a great night with 19 kills, 2 blocks, and 2 ace serves. Kayley Schoettelkotte swung well with having 13 kills and 1 block. Taylor McCreary dug 12 balls while Autumn McDaniel had 15 digs. Jenna Orschell had 8 digs and 2 ace serves.The Lady Wildcats are off until next week when they have two home games. Senior night is Thursday night.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Tanya Wirtz.The JV Lady Cats were unable to take the win tonight against Lawrenceburg 25-20, 25-15.We had a great start and somewhere along the way the little mistakes that were made left us unable to recover. Lilli Stewart had 5 kills and 3 aces. Rachel Bischoff and Charlotte Barrett each added 3 kills. We have the weekend off and will return next week with 2 homes games.Tuesday we take on Batesville and Thursday we have Lawrenceburg. Both games begin at 5!! Come out and cheer on your Lady Cats!!!Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Mergenthal.last_img read more

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Solid Waste Director accused of forcing workers to admit to non-existent accident

first_img…investigation ordered into incidentBy Lakhram BhagiratCity Hall’s Solid Waste Director, Walter Narine, is being accused of pressuring two of his junior workers to take responsibility for an accident, involving Councillor Khame Sharma that never occurred, according to the Personnel Officer, Paulette Braithwaite.At Wednesday’s Statutory Meeting, Sharma submitted a letter to Mayor Patricia Chase Green where he alleges that a garbage truck belonging to the City of Georgetown damaged his motor car, PGG 6938 and is claiming compensation.City Hall’s Solid Waste Director, Walter Narine“Once again I am submitting documents relating to this incident hoping that this matter will receive the consideration this matter deserves. Madam Mayor, once again I am appealing to you to address an issue that is now reaching one year in breach of completion,” his letter stated.The incident allegedly occurred sometime in December of 2016 and since then, Sharma has been seeking compensation from the city but the administration claims its vehicle was not involved in the accident.Initially, both Narine and the workshop manager said the garbage truck showed no sign of being in an accident and that Sharma could not have produced any evidence to substantiate his claims.“On investigation of my drivers and loaders they all denied any involvement. A check was made for paint or scratches and nothing was found and I advised Councillor Sharma to speak with the workshop manager. The driver and loader were sent to the HR Manager and from our end, the drivers and loaders denied it and I can only go with that (and) there were no evidence to substantiate the damages he (Sharma) claims,” Narine said.However, when Braithwaite presented her oral report to the Council, she said the two junior officers who indicated that they were being forced to sign a statement saying that they were involved in the accident visited her.“The Director of Solid Waste attempted to get them to sign the statement to say that they were involved in the accident and they refused to sign so they came down to me to say that they were protesting because the Director said based on what Councillor Sharma said, they ought to sign the statement,” she revealed. She noted that she became suspicious and then launched an investigation and it was found that the officers were being truthful.The Council has since ordered a report into the allegations and a report is expected to be submitted by the next Statutory Meeting.last_img read more