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Ray Raney, 85

first_imgRay L. Raney, 85, of Versailles passed away at 4pm Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the Manderley Health Care Center in Osgood. He was born in the Splashville community  near Versailles on September 21, 1931 the son of Herschel and Edith Black Raney. He was married to Elizabeth Daugherty Jackson on December 6, 1979 and she preceded him in death on July 24, 2009. Survivors include one son Mike (Bonnie) Raney of Versailles; four grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother William Raney, and his sister Marianna Hyatt. Mr. Raney was a 1949 graduate of Versailles High School. He was a farmer and had also worked at the IKE power plant, for the Indiana State Highway Department, and was manager of the Versailles State Park from 1961 to 1965. In 1998 Indiana Governor Frank O’Bannon named Ray a Distinguished Hoosier and in 2003 Governor O’Bannon honored Ray as a Sagamore of the Wabash. Ray was a member of the Dabney Baptist Church, the Indianapolis Valley of Scottish Rite, a life member of the William F. Rayner FOP, and was a member of both the Versailles and Holton Masonic Lodges where he held several offices. Ray along with his father and his son had ridden their horses in over 70 Pumpkin Show parades as well as the Regatta Parade in Madison and in other area parades. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 19th at 11am at the Dabney Baptist Church with Rev. Michael Bell officiating. Burial will be in the Tanglewood Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and from 10am until time of services Thursday at the church. Masonic services will be conducted at 7:30pm Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Tanglewood Cemetery or the Dabney Baptist Church in care of the funeral home.last_img read more

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Cricket News BCCI acting president finally opens up about Delhi and Mohali encounter

first_imghighlights He also confirmed that there has never been any discussion on shifting of venues.”As far as a backup venue is concerned, the BCCI always has alternate arrangements in place in case a venue expresses its inability to hold a game.It was nice of Saurashtra to put their hand up but as of now, it will not be necessary,” Khanna said.Meanwhile, the series between two teams is expected to be full of enthusiasm and should be a delight to watch. The first of five-match ODI series is scheduled to start on March 2 at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Series against Australia will also be India’s last assignment before the forthcoming World cup. However, this remains to be seen, if India can fix their 15 member squad post this series. (With Inputs: PTI) Acting President cleared the air surrounded the game in Delhi and Mohali. The series opener will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad. Saurashtra has put their case forward to host the game in case of an emergency.  New Delhi: The BCCI has “no plans to shift” India’s final two ODIs against Australia in Mohali and Delhi, the cricket board’s acting president CK Khanna said Friday. There were reports that in the wake of increased tensions between India and Pakistan after the neighbouring country violated the Indian airspace in Jammu and Kashmir, the BCCI was considering taking the last two ODIs out of the northern region. The fourth ODI in Mohali is scheduled on March 10 while the fifth game at Delhi will be held on March 13. Saurashtra had reportedly offered to host one of the games.”There is certainly no such plan to shift any of the games from their original venues. I can confirm that both ODIs in Mohali and Delhi, is happening as per schedule,” Khanna told PTI. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Home of Region 2 RDC official burglarised

first_imgThe house of the personnel officer attached to the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) was over the weekend burglarised, with several items taken including groceries.The house with several pieces of clothes scattered aroundBased on information received, Tageanindra Kishore retired to bed on Friday evening and when she woke up the following morning he observed that his house was ransacked.The woman told Guyana Times that she and her 10-year-old daughter looked at television late on Friday night after which they both retired to bed. The next morning, she first noticed that a chair was moved from its original position and upon closer inspection, she saw clothes on the floor.The vegetables and fruits from the refrigerator were missing as well as other groceries and other items from the kitchen. Her wristwatches and a small amount of cash that she kept in her purse were also missing.The ransacked cupboardHer home was previously broken into while she and her daughter were on vacation in Florida last August. As such, she does not keep much money or jewellery at home. At this time, she does not have a suspect in mind, but is of the view that the high unemployment rate might be a contributing factor for the increase in home invasions of late.The Police were contacted, and an investigation was launched. No arrests were made.last_img read more

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