Loading… The General Secretary is the chief administrative and chief accounting officer of the National Sports Federations. There is no nomenclature as the Director-General of the National Sports Federation. Mr. Pepple SY who is laying fraudulent claim to the Director-General of the AFN was never seconded to the Ministry as required by law. He has never worked in any Sports Federation nor seconded as Secretary-General. According to the National Sports Federation code of governance of 2017, Secretary-General of the Federations must be a civil servant and a graduate of physical and health education, sports administrator or its equivalent before he/ she can be seconded by the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development in accordance with the National Sports Federation code of governance 2017 and AFN constitution of 2017.The Statement further said” The Sporting Public, MDAs, the International agencies and security Agencies should note that Mr. Pepple SY is not the Secretary-General of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria. Mr. Pepple SY is an impostor not known to the Ministry of Youth and Sports and by extension, the Federal government of Nigeria and the statutory extant law setting up the AFN. read also:Sports Ministry disclaims Pepple, Alerts security Agencies He is hereby declared persona non grata by the law setting up the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports.Anybody doing business with him does so at his or her own risk. We are putting the security agencies on notice and specifically requesting the Inspector General of Police to immediately invite the said Mr. Pepple for questioning without further delay.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has alerted the general public, Corporate Bodies, security Agencies and the world’s Athletics governing body to be wary of the activities of one Mr. Pepple SY who is parading himself as the Director-General of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, AFN. In a disclaimer notice signed by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development Mr. Gabriel Aduda, the said Pebble is described as an impostor for parading himself as DG of the AFN, a nomenclature not recognized by the extant law setting up sports Federations in Nigeria. According to the statement ” This is to bring to the notice of the sporting public, MDAs and security Agencies the impersonation of the office of the Secretary-General of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, AFN by one Mr. Pepple SY who claims to be its Director-General. Nigeria has 38 National sporting Federations under the supervision of the Ministry established under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Each Federation is run by its elected Board members in accordance with its constitution without interference from the Ministry. In each National Sports Federation, the President is the head of the Federation and presides over its meetings and oversees the implementation of the policies and the directive of the board.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeWorld’s Most Delicious Foods6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot8 Addictive And Fun Coffee FactsBoys Deserve More Than Action-Hero Role Models9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do
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OA at Switzerland County (5/11/19)OA 222 415 16 12 1SC 002 020 4 2 7For OA: Andrew Oesterling 2-4, 2 runs, rbi, bb; Adam Huber 1-4, 2 runs, bb; Chris Hautman 2-4, run, rbi, bb; Nick Hoff run; Michael Hoff 1-2, rbi, 3 bb; Pros Moorman 3 runs; Matt Sedler 3-4, run, 4 rbi; Owen Hudepohl 0-0, bb; Riley Schebler 1-3, run, rbi, bb; Patrick Thompson 1-4, 2 runs; Hunter Sullivan 1-4, 3 runs, rbi.Michael Hoff 5 IP, 4 earned runs, 2 hits, 6 k, 7 bb-Win; Chris Hautman 1 IP, 0 runs, 1 k.Varsity record: 13-6-1Courtesy of Twisters Coach Doug Behlmer.
In the final regular-season game for both Batesville and Heritage Christian, both teams failed to find the back of the net in a 0-0 draw. The Bulldogs came out with good energy and controlled the play most of the game. Maggie Weberding played a well-timed ball to Allie Savage, who put the Dogs on the scoreboard. Leading into half, Batesville led 1-0 over the Eagles. The Batesville defense held strong throughout the match and recorded their 5th shutout of the season. Lily Meyer and Ellie Cassidy did a nice job limiting opportunities from Heritage Christian. The JV Girls soccer team faced off against the Heritage Christian Eagles in their last game of the season. The Batesville offense outshot Heritage Christian 19-9 for the match. With 15 minutes remaining, Abbey Prickel found space and scored but the assistant referee called offsides and the goal was negated. In the second half, the Bulldogs communicated better and made more connections on the field. Late in the half, Bella Britch received the ball from Laney Flynn and added one more to the Dog’s score. Taking the score to 2-0. Haley Lipps and Eden Lewis led the defense and directed the team from the back. Lilly Wonnell added another shutout to her record for the evening as well. The ladies ended their season 5-7. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kyle Laker. Batesville finished off their regular season with a record of 8-6-1. The Lady Bulldogs travel to Greensburg on Tuesday for their sectional matchup against Beech Grove.
An alert issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Friday reveals that President Trump could be heading back to Mar-a-Lago within days.The alert runs from Friday, January 10 through Monday, January 20.However, the notice says that we may expect “VIP movement” between the 17th and 19th from the month in the vicinity of Palm Beach.The White House has not confirmed whether the commander-in-chief will indeed be in town.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: India speedster Ishant Sharma believes his IPL franchise Delhi Capitals has one of the best bowling attacks for the upcoming edition of the event. The Delhi Capitals boast of a perfect combination of fast and spin bowlers with the likes of New Zealand pacer Trent Boult and Kagiso Rabada in their side, according to Ishant. “Our team has picked up some great bowling options in the squad and with the likes of Trent Boult and Kagiso Rabada also in the team. I think we have one of the best bowling line-ups this time. We have some very good all-rounders along with great spinners, which shall help us in restricting teams from scoring freely,” Ishant said.Talking about his goals, the Indian pacer said he is eager to take more wickets in the IPL, starting March 23. “I feel there is a huge ambition for me this season. I am very focused on taking more wickets throughout the tournament instead of just bowling well.“Of course, taking wickets depends on how well you bowl, but the most important thing is that you use your good performance by helping the team in taking important wickets,” said the 30-year-old. Ishant, who has taken 58 wickets with an economy of 8.2 in his IPL career, believes that his team has a great blend of pacers and spinners in the squad. Speaking on his return to Delhi, Ishant said he is extremely happy to represent his home city in the IPL.“I have played for different teams in the IPL but it makes me immensely happy to be able to represent Delhi Capitals this season. Being a Delhi boy, it is a great chance for me to represent my home side and my most important target is to make the Capitals win the coveted title,” said the lanky bowler.“It will be crucial for us to start well against Mumbai Indians in their home ground. We know the crowd will be behind them, but our team has enough experience to tackle the pressure and perform against a strong line-up. We are all looking forward to playing our first match of this exciting new season,” Ishant said.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 14, 2010 at 12:00 pm Comments Kendall Hunter couldn’t help but feel the irritation coming on. Unable to play, he had let the pain from his busted ankle get all the way to his head. Many had started to question the Oklahoma State running back’s talents as he struggled and played through the ankle injury last season. He started only two games and ran the ball just 89 times for less than 400 yards in for the Cowboys. But the worst part for Hunter, the Big 12’s leading rusher in 2008, was frustration that he couldn’t be out on the field doing what he loves. Playing time in every game was hit or miss week to week. The waiting became too much, mentally. ‘It was a waiting process,’ Hunter said. ‘It was just one of those nagging injuries that was like, ‘OK, I’ll be back next week.’ I kept thinking that, and then the more I was out, the more frustrated I was getting.’ But this year, it’s the opposing defenses that are getting frustrated with Hunter now 100 percent healthy. The soft-spoken senior has stormed into the 2010 season with 414 yards and six touchdowns through Oklahoma State’s (2-0) first two games this season. The disappointment from last year has all but disappeared as Hunter’s rushing total currently ranks second in the country.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Now the love has crept back in. ‘I just love the game,’ Hunter said. ‘Love to be out there having fun. Love to have the ball in my hands.’ Hunter quelled any doubts about health in OSU’s first game against Washington State (1-1) by exploding for 208 yards and three touchdowns — in the first half. He tacked on another score early in the third before being pulled from the Cowboys’ 65-17 win. The senior followed that performance with a 157-yard, two-touchdown outburst in Oklahoma State’s 41-38 win over Troy (1-1) Saturday. He also took a kick return 100 yards for an apparent score against the Trojans, but it was called back on a penalty. Offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen said it’s the 5-foot-8, 200-pound Hunter’s deceptive strength that separates him from other running backs. ‘The kid’s strong,’ he said. ‘His strength is unbelievable. He’s got good quickness. He’s got good balance. He’s got good speed. But he’s stronger than people think he is.’ Holgorsen joined the Cowboys coaching staff this season after coaching at Texas Tech and Houston for the past nine years. The Red Raiders and the Cougars have been known to throw the ball 50 times per game and use screens and short passes as their running game. But with a back like Hunter, Holgorsen said he has no issue keeping the ball on the ground. The Cowboys did go to the air 39 times against Troy, but also ran the ball on 37 plays, with Hunter getting 28 of those carries. Those numbers did come as a small surprise to Holgorsen. But he added they were somewhat reflective of his senior running back’s character. In his mind, those 28 touches were a quiet 28 touches, just like most of the things Hunter does. ‘You forget he’s there because he doesn’t ever say anything,’ Holgorsen said. ‘Even (against Troy), he didn’t rip off very many long ones. I was surprised to hear that he carried it 28 times. He was just consistently getting five to eight to five to eight to five to eight and moving the chains a lot. ‘You got a guy as reliable as that, and it makes your job as a play-caller a lot easier.’ Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy is also pleased with the way Hunter has recovered this season. The Big 12 has seen some good numbers from its running backs this season. But Hunter is on top of that group once again. ‘There are several running backs, obviously, that are playing very well,’ Gundy said in the Big 12 coaches teleconference Monday. ‘We’re proud of what Kendall’s accomplished here.’ And for Hunter, this is his way of proving himself. He said this shows he is the running back who led the conference in rushing two years ago, not the one who was frustrated with an injury last year. The statistics thus far demonstrate that to the rest of the country. But he added it’s not about the numbers or individual accolades. It’s about doing what he loves. ‘I’m just out there having fun and doing what I can to help the team win,’ Hunter said. ‘It just feels real good to be back out there having fun and playing with my teammates.’ Big Man On Campus Denard Robinson Sophomore Quarterback Michigan Last Week’s Stats: 24-for-40, 244 passing yards, 1 TD, 258 rushing yards, 2 TDs In his first start as Michigan’s quarterback, Robinson set a school record in rushing yards for a quarterback and total offense while engineering the Wolverines’ 30-10 home win over Connecticut. In his second start Saturday at Notre Dame, Robinson shattered those marks, boosting Michigan into the Top 25 for the first time this season, and may have established himself as college football’s most exciting player. Against the Fighting Irish (1-1), Robinson scored on an 87-yard touchdown run and, with the Wolverines (2-0) down by three, drove the ball down the field before sealing the 28-24 win on a two-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left. Through two games, Robinson has compiled an unheard of 855 yards of total offense by himself. He also leads the country in rushing (running backs included) with 455 yards on the ground. He’s also pushed himself to the top of many Heisman Trophy lists with his performance thus far. Team of the Week No. 7 Oklahoma (2-0) Last Week’s Result: W, 47-17 vs. Florida State (1-1) After barely squeezing past Utah State 31-24 in Week 1, Oklahoma looked like it may be in trouble with Atlantic Coast Conference power Florida State coming to Norman, Okla. And then came the first half. The Sooners stomped on Florida State early and jumped out to a 34-7 halftime lead. The defense kept Seminole quarterback Christian Ponder in check, holding him to 11-for-28 passing, 113 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions. On the other side of the ball, OU’s Landry Jones threw for 380 yards and four touchdowns to power the Sooners’ offense. Sooners head coach Bob Stoops improved his record against ranked opponents at home to 14-0 with the win. email@example.com
Published on February 18, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+ It seems after every game Syracuse has played, Quentin Hillsman has had to explain why SU appeared to abandon its pressure defense. Hillsman always has the answer, often marked with frustration at his team’s offensive woes.When the Orange didn’t hit shots, it couldn’t set up the press.Finally, against Marquette, Syracuse controlled both ends of the floor. It drained shots from the outside and, perhaps most importantly, gave the Golden Eagles fits with its pressure defense.‘We knew that we needed to get into our pressure,’ Hillsman said. ‘But when you don’t score, you can’t press. Obviously, shooting 54 percent from the field allowed us to get into our pressure. I thought that was big for us.’Syracuse turned that hot shooting night into a defensive showcase, overwhelming Marquette’s offense with its full-court press to the tune of 21 forced turnovers in its 79-63 win Saturday in the Carrier Dome. The Orange scored a stellar 32 points off those turnovers, showcasing Hillsman’s season-long defensive game plan that has rarely been possible to implement.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange came into the game looking to increase its intensity at both ends of the floor. And its effective use of its press reflected that plan precisely.‘We were just real intense up top,’ guard Carmen Tyson-Thomas said. ‘A lot of energy, a lot of effort and we had our hands ready and were in the passing lanes. So we’re just getting after it.’Syracuse made it evident early that it was going to rely on its defense to help propel it to a win. That became especially important after Marquette started the game on a 6-0 run, prompting Hillsman to call a timeout to give Syracuse time to regroup and refocus on its game plan.A little more than five minutes into the game, Tyson-Thomas stole the ball away from Golden Eagles’ point guard Gabi Minix and passed it off to forward Iasia Hemingway, who dished it down low to center Kayla Alexander for a layup to pull SU within two.Barely 10 seconds later, Alexander stole the ball from Minix, leading to a jumper from guard Elashier Hall to tie the game at 6-6, and the Orange hit its defensive stride for the rest of the day.Guard Phylesha Bullard, who started in place of Tyson-Thomas, put on a defensive clinic at times. With just more than seven minutes elapsed in the second half, Bullard stole the ball away on an inbounds pass, then scored a fast-break layup to put Syracuse up 53-39.‘We knew we needed this game,’ Hall said, ‘so off the break we wanted to set the pace and get the momentum going for us.’When the Orange fell back into its zone, it still managed to frustrate MU’s offense but not nearly as successfully. With SU’s zone running smoothly, Marquette tried to beat Syracuse in the half court. In the first half, MU attempted six 3-pointers and hit three of them.After halftime, the Golden Eagles found its shooting stroke once again and drained four more 3-pointers. But the seven 3s Marquette sank weren’t enough to knock the Orange out of the game.Several times after MU grabbed a defensive rebound, its shooters raced back on offense and rushed shots to beat SU’s zone in transition, but most clanked off the rim. The Golden Eagles managed to get the deficit to four with less than 16 minutes to go in the second half, but that’s as close as they would get for the rest of the game.SU’s defense, specifically its press, was too tough to beat.‘I thought that at one point when we pulled the press off and went back to our zone, we got five straight stops and got it to 20, 22 points,’ Hillsman said. ‘And we came out, had some miscues and they just made some 3s.’The Orange needed this win coming off two straight losses to Notre Dame and Louisville. With its offense hitting shots from the outside, Syracuse was in perfect position to take advantage of its pressure defense.And against Marquette, it did so effectively, and it did so with a purpose.‘They were in the same mode we were in: desperation,’ Hillsman said. ‘We both needed this win, and obviously, our kids came out really competing.’email@example.com Comments
Football finance expert Rob Wilson says the market “hyper-inflation” means anyone selling to an English club is adding “at least 40%, if not 50%, to the deal”.And football agent Jon Smith says a Â£30m transfer – such as goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s move from Sunderland to Everton – is “the new norm”.This week Deloitte released its annual football finances, which revealed record revenues of Â£3.6bn for Premier League clubs in 2015-16 – and that was the year before an improved TV broadcasting rights deal kicked in.It predicted that figure would be more like Â£4.5bn at the end of this coming season.Its report also said overall debt is falling and forecast the 20 clubs combined would return to profitability in the coming years.This transfer window comes a year after the new Â£5.136bn TV deal kicked in – a 71% rise on the Â£3bn negotiated in 2013.In the 2014 window – also one year after the previous broadcast deal was struck – Lukaku, then 21, was sold by Chelsea to Everton for Â£28m. The Belgian forward’s move to Manchester United is for an initial Â£75m, which represents a 168% increase in value in three years.Also in 2014, Swansea signed Icelandic playmaker Sigurdsson from Tottenham for a reported Â£6.8m. The Welsh club now value the Leicester and Everton target at Â£50m – a 635% increase in value.“Revenues keep going up, predominantly because of the rise in broadcast rights values,” said Chris Stenson, a senior consultant from Deloitte’s sports business group.“Every Premier League club now has more money and are willing to spend that on players,” he said.“It is the wealthiest league in the world and increasing its value makes it more attractive to sponsors and commercial partners.“So far we estimate Premier League clubs have spent about Â£500m in the transfer window, compared with Â£340m at the equivalent stage last year.”Once considered a landmark fee, Â£30m deals are now becoming more regular. There were 10 for at least that amount last summer, and already eight which could yield that much this time round.Pickford became the most expensive British keeper in history after Everton paid Â£25m – rising to what would be a club-record Â£30m – to sign the 23-year-old from Sunderland. Everton also spent Â£30m to bring in Michael Keane from Burnley.“There are players like him who would probably have been worth Â£12m a couple of years ago going for Â£30m,” said Smith, formerly a players’ agent.“Â£30m is a very big number, but it’s become the norm.”However Wilson, of Sheffield Hallam University, said it was unclear whether transfer values might still rise further over the next few years.“I can’t see the value of the English deal increasing because Sky and BT Sport haven’t picked up the subscription numbers they were hoping for,” he said.“Logic therefore says the value of transfers won’t rise over the next five years, although there is room for increased international TV rights packages.”Biggest transfer fees paid by Premier League clubs so far – summer 2017Romelu Lukaku (Everton – Manchester United) Â£75m, rising to Â£90mAntonio Rudiger (Roma â€“ Chelsea) Â£29m, could rise to Â£33.3mAlexandre Lacazette (Lyon- Arsenal) Â£46.5m rising to Â£52.6mVictor Lindelof (Benfica – Manchester United) Â£31mBernardo Silva (Monaco – Manchester City) Â£43mMichael Keane (Burnley â€“ Everton) Rising to Â£30mEderson Moraes (Benfica – Manchester City) Â£35mJordan Pickford (Sunderland to Everton) Â£25m, rising to Â£30mMohamed Salah (Roma â€“ Liverpool) Â£34mDavy Klaassen (Ajax â€“ Everton) Â£23.6mBiggest transfer fees paid by Premier League clubs – summer 2014Angel di Maria (Real Madrid – Manchester United) Â£59.7mAnder Herrera (Athletic Bilbao – Manchester United) Â£29mAlexis Sanchez (Barcelona â€“ Arsenal) Â£35mRomelu Lukaku (Chelsea â€“ Everton) Â£28mDiego Costa (Atletico Madrid â€“ Chelsea) Â£32mLuke Shaw (Southampton – Manchester United) Â£27m (could rise to Â£31m)Eliaquim Mangala (FC Porto – Manchester City) Â£32mAdam Lallana (Southampton â€“ Liverpool) Â£25mCesc Fabregas (Barcelona â€“ Chelsea) Â£30mDejan Lovren (Southampton â€“ Liverpool) Â£20mShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Swansea’s Gylfi Sigurdsson has been valued at Â£50m, Everton have spent Â£90m and Manchester United bought Romelu Lukaku for Â£75m – so is Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez right to call this summer’s transfer window “a little bit crazy”?Premier League clubs’ spending has already surpassed Â£500m since the end of last season – and business analysts Deloitte say they are on course to set another new record by 31 August.Teams spent a record Â£1.165bn last summer, rising to Â£1.38bn after the January window.
A lot of non truths being shared…but I’ve learned that we live in a world where people remember accusations and not rebuttals. Let them paint whatever picture they want. Fact is — I love my teammates. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻A post shared by Kevin Love (@kevinlove) on Jan 4, 2020 at 8:55pm PSTAs for that second impression, Love seemed reluctant to say anything.MORE: When is the trade deadline? Date, latest rumorsLove’s post was essentially a response to two videos that made him look bad on social media:Kevin Love has had it with this team man😂pic.twitter.com/DgDBO5BHfR— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) January 5, 2020Kevin Love just straight up quit pic.twitter.com/amqfoaO6IT— #SeventhHeaven (@Live4Gr8ness) January 5, 2020The veteran forward did these things hours after he reportedly clashed with Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman over a $1,000 fine Love received from the team for this on-court outburst Jan. 31 in Toronto (details via Cleveland.com). Kevin Love doesn’t look too happy. 👀(@karol__sliwa)A post shared by House of Highlights (@houseofhighlights) on Jan 1, 2020 at 11:30am PSTThis was the second time Altman has spoken to Love about his attitude and body language this season, Cleveland.com reported. The first meeting took place in November, after which Love played much better. The Athletic (subscription required) reported that there was also a verbal altercation late last season in which Altman threatened to fine Love. Sources told The Athletic that Love responded, “Go ahead. I have plenty of money.”Now, though, with the Cavs at 10-25 under first-year coach John Beilein, Love is acting out on the court again. He finished with 12 points and three rebounds in 30 minutes Saturday as Cleveland lost at home to Oklahoma City, 121-106.If Love is intent on leaving Cleveland via trade, then he might have to wait a while, mostly because of the money he’s still owed. Love is in the first year of a four-year, $120.4 million contract. He is due to make $91.5 million over the final three seasons of the pact, per Spotrac.com. View this post on Instagram Love addressed at least the first impression in a postgame Instagram post, that included a photo of him with an arm around Sexton. View this post on Instagram Kevin Love knew how it looked — that he was mad at point guard Collin Sexton and was quitting on his team during another Cavaliers loss Saturday night.Love was seen walking half-heartedly on a Cleveland possession with the seconds closing in the second quarter, and the Cavs down 64-51. Love called for a pass from Sexton, getting more frustrated as he kept calling for the ball. When he got the pass, he turned around immediately and flung it to Cedi Osman.
Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Sumner Newscow report â€” The Wellington Street Department will begin the following Mosquito Spraying Schedule on Monday, June 6, 2016:MONDAY: A- West of Vandenburgh Ave.WEDNESDAY: B- South of Harvey from Vandenburgh to Woodlawn.FRIDAY:Â CÂ- North of Harvey from Vandenburgh to Hargis Creek WatershedIf rain or high winds occur during normal spraying hours (6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.) that area will be done the Â next day (morning or evening) weather permitting, or the next week on the scheduled day.For everyoneâ€™s safety Âplease keep children away from sprayer. This machine is an ultraÂ-low volume aerosol generator and does not use any diesel fuel.For more information regarding mosquito spraying, please contact the Street Department at 620Â326-Â7831 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Ask for Duane Grizzle or John McDaniel.As a resident, there are some things you can do to help control the mosquito population around your home and property:1. Â Eliminate standing or stagnant water.2. Â Dispose of any tires, bathtubs or buckets, etc.3. Â Keep fresh water in bird baths.4. Â Clean out rain gutters.5. Fill in low spots in your yard that hold water.ANY OF THESE PLACES ARE IDEAL FOR MOSQUITOES!Follow us on Twitter.