The community is invited to public presentations by the final three candidates for the CEO-Director position of Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library.The presentations will take place in the Browning Rooms of EVPL Central on Wednesday, November 6 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.A national search for EVPL’s new CEO-Director began in July 2019. The search is being conducted by the Search Committee of the EVPL Board of Trustees and Bradbury Miller Associates, library consultants specializing in executive searches. The EVPL Search Committee has chosen the three finalists who will participate in this public forum. Additional information regarding the three finalists will be released Friday, November 1.The EVPL Board anticipates a new CEO-Director will be named by the end of November.Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library has served our community for more than a century. With eight locations throughout Vanderburgh County, immediate access to hundreds of thousands of resources, and a dedicated team of library professionals, EVPL strives to create opportunities for you to discover, explore, and connect with your library. For more information, visit evpl.org. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Jerry Vansickel met Larson in the mid-1980s at an area go kart track. They’d become friends and frequent travel partners to tracks where Vansickel announced. BUCKEYE, Iowa – Memorial services are yet to be scheduled for Larry Larson but when they’re held, friends will have countless stories to share of the race fan, pit crew member and National Anthem singer. After the races were over, Larson joined more than a few drivers for victory lane photos, often displaying the checkered flag. Larson, 59, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 21 at his home in Buckeye. White-bearded and almost always wearing a Rick Brown T-shirt, he was known for painting the lines in the pit area at Boone Speedway as well as singing The Star Spangled Banner at race tracks across the state. “He was a fan turned crew member turned friend,” said long-time IMCA Sunoco Stock Car driver Brown. “Larry was at home when he was at the race track. He’d go up and down the pits and talk to everybody. He wished everybody good luck.” The Boeke Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. “Larry’s passion for the sport was second to none. He enjoyed the races and singing the National Anthem, but what he enjoyed most was the people,” related Vansickel. The number of people who knew him was just amazing. Larry was just a good, honest, wholesome human being. He was a great guy and liked by everybody.”
Chelsea are closing in on the Premier League title and manager Antonio Conte is set to become the fourth Italian to record the feat. However, the last three have all been given the boot in their second season. Carlo Ancelotti won the 2009/10 Premier League and FA Cup with Chelsea, but was sacked the following season when the club finished trophyless.Ancelotti paid the price as the Blues finished second, nine points behind Man United. Antonio Conte looks likely to become the fourth Italian manager to win the Premier League 4 Roberto Mancini guided Man City to the 2011/12 Premier League title and was sacked exactly a year after winning itCity edged United to the league on goal difference and then lost his job for finishing 11 points behind their rivals the following season. 4 4 4 Claudio Ranieri was manager of Leicester when they won a first ever title in the 2015/16 season, but was sacked the following termLeicester began terribly and continued to play poorly until Ranieri lost his job when the club were one place above the relegation zone in February.
news Crystal Palace Topics Crystal Palace will decide whether to fine Jason Puncheon after the club captain was charged with assault and possession of an offensive weapon following a night out at the weekend.Puncheon, who was absent from the Palace squad which secured a first away victory in the Premier League since April against Leicester City on Saturday, was arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning following an incident in Reigate, Surrey. According to a report in the Sun, the 31-year-old became embroiled in a fight between two women at the Mishiko nightclub and was held in cells overnight before being released.A police spokesman said: “Jason Puncheon, 31, of Kingswood, has been charged with a Section 4 public order offence – causing fear or provocation of violence, possession of an offensive weapon and common assault.”The nightclub issued a statement that confirmed Puncheon attended the venue with friends but, after it had closed, door staff intervened in a fight in the street some 50 metres away and police were called. A police spokesman confirmed officers attended an incident at 2.20am but would not disclose further details.Puncheon, who did not travel to Leicester with the Palace squad on Saturday because of illness, is understood to have trained as normal on Monday, with the club yet to decide whether to punish him for his alleged involvement. He was released on bail and is due to appear at Guildford magistrates’ court on 5 January.Signed from Southampton in 2014 after a successful loan spell, Puncheon has fallen out of favour with the manager, Roy Hodgson, and has not played for Palace since he came on as a late substitute in their 2-2 draw with Everton on 18 November. Share via Email Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Messenger Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Reuse this content