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Calling all Ripley County photographers!

first_imgRipley County, In. — Ripley County photographers are invited to participate in a photography show, Focus on Ripley County Photographers, March 1-10, 2019 at the Central House in Napoleon. “There are so many fabulous photographers in the county, it’s time to highlight them and let everyone enjoy their work,” noted Katherine Taul, who is organizing the show, along with Central House member Victor Sarringhaus.“We look forward to filling The Central House with beautiful photographs by area artists, celebrating their work,” Sarringhaus said. Due to space limitations each photographer may submit five ready to hang photographs presented in any way they wish-framed, canvas, on wood, metal, glass, etc… by Sunday, February 24.Local photographers interested in participating please contact Taul at [email protected] or 812-756-2800 or Sarringhaus at [email protected] or 812-621-7826 for more details about participating in the show.On the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the Central House is a historic Federal-style home, built in the late 1836. It served as a drover’s inn for many years, giving travelers a place to stay.Focus on Ripley County Photographers is sponsored by the Central House and Carl and Katherine Taul.last_img read more

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BYC President Konneh: We never gave any bribe to Kotoko players

first_imgPresident of Liberian football club Barrack Young Controllers(BYC),Professor Sekou Konneh has rubbished claims of bribery allegation n their CAF Champions League win over Asante Kotoko on  Sunday.The Liberian club scored late to progress in the Champions League on the away goals rule having been beaten 2-1 in the first leg against the Ghanaian champions.Rumours fast gaining grounds in Ghana however suggests that goalkeeper Abdoulaye Soulama was compromised with a bribe before the Sunday’s match in Monrovia.Officials of the Liberian club are alleged to have handed a $3000 bribe to goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye to throw the game by conceding a cheeky goal.But BYC President Professor Konneh has debunked these unsubstantiated claims – saying Kotoko lost the game fair and square.BYC are only making a debut appearance in the CAF Champions League following their domestic league triumph last season. The club have now attracted the attention of the world following their progress in Africa’s flagship club competition at the expense of the renowned Ghanaian giants who have failed to successive campaigns to get into the group stage of the Champions League.last_img read more

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