Ifill was a PBS news host and longtime journalist who also worked for The New York Times and The Washington Post
Views: 139 Global1 News Network
Filmed 09/20/14 This was the first one of these events I've been to. Not knowing what to expect, I was kinda surprised. It was more of a small town festival type event, but unlike that... the food and drinks were free! Hot dogs, burgers, all the dressings, chips, brownies and everything from water, juice and Gatoraide to Coke and (bleh) Pepsi. There was also a lot of free souvenirs being handed out too. They had clowns, a couple kid rides bouncy houses and venders. And of course they usually have one of their Heritage or special scheme units there, and this time it was the Breast Cancer Awareness "Pink Ribbon" C45ACCTE #7400. They even let you go into the shop and walk through another C45 #8002. The neatest part though... the UP staff was super friendly. It's reasons like this that make me appreciate this railroad. Anyway, this is the 3rd, maybe 4th time I've seen the 7400, and have filmed it twice before. Dad and I were there for only an hour, hour and a half, we had to get out to Odessa for the club meeting... which didn't actually happen. We skipped the meeting and worked or ran trains. I did film some trains at the club, so look for a club video soon. And I still have around 75 other railfanning trains to post, so I'll keep plugging away at those too. Till next time, later! ---------------------------- Chris' Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/844Train Shane's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebrakeman17 ---------------------------- My Stuff: facebook (Railfan Jason) - https://www.facebook.com/JasonRS.UP9229 deviantART (UP9229) - http://up9229.deviantart.com/ Train club account: - http://www.youtube.com/user/EJCMRailroadClub/featured EJCM website: - http://easternjacksoncountymainliners.com/ Yahoo group: - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Freelanced_Model_Railroads/
Views: 761 Railfan Jason
Keith Burkett surprised his classmates in his school which he has been unable to attend while undergoing cancer treatments. He waved to his many friends and classmates prior to a fundraiser, "Going Gold for Keith" at the Stow VFW Tuesday evening from 6:30-9:30 p.m., 3733 Fishcreek Rd. in Stow.
Views: 139 News 5 Cleveland
The second meeting of the season between Lawrence North and Columbia City wasn’t nearly as close as the first encounter though the outcome remained the same. Top-ranked Lawrence North (29-2) raced to a 19-2 lead after one quarter and were never threatened in a 50-29 victory over sixth-ranked Columbia City in the Class 4A state championship game at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Lawrence North also won the December 27 contest in the Hall of Fame Classic championship game, a 56-55 double overtime decision. It was the second state championship for the Indianapolis school and its first since 1989. Jack Keefer, the Wildcats’ 28th year coach, is the only coach the school has ever known. The Wildcats owned a decided height advantage and had an intimidating presence with 7-0 sophomore center Greg Oden roaming the paint. Oden scored 13 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in the game to lead Lawrence North. Anthony Sargent added 11 points for the victors. For the game, LN converted nearly 56 percent of the time from the field, while Columbia City struggled at 28 percent. Columbia City went on a 7-0 run at the end of the second quarter to pull to 27-14 at the half. Lawrence North, however, outscored the Eagles, 15-4, in the third quarter and the closest Columbia City got was the 21 point deficit at the final horn. The Eagles (25-4) were making their third appearance in the state finals and the first since 1932 under 8th year coach Chris Benedict. Stefan Routt of Lawrence North High School was named winner of the 2004 Arthur L. Trester Award for Mental Attitude in Class 4A Boys Basketball. From 1917 to 1943, this award was known as The Gimbel Medal for Mental Attitude, in honor of Jake Gimbel of Vincennes. In 1944, it was known as the IHSAA Medal for Mental Attitude. In 1945, the IHSAA Board officially named the award for Arthur L. Trester, who served as the first commissioner of the IHSAA from 1929 to 1944. Recipients were given a medal each year from 1945 through 1964, hence the Arthur L. Trester Medal for Mental Attitude. Since 1965, the award has been made in the form of a plaque and named the Arthur L. Trester Award for Mental Attitude. Members of the IHSAA Executive Committee present the award to the outstanding senior participant in each classification of the boys basketball state finals. The recipients of this award, who were nominated by their principals and coaches, must excel in mental attitude, scholarship, leadership and athletic ability in basketball. Academically, Stefan ranks 25th in his Senior class of 485 and is a member of the National Honor Society. His collegiate plans are uncertain, but he plans to major in BioChemistry. He is a Hall of Fame and Kiwanis Scholarship winner, as well as Lawrence Township Character Award winner and has captured honors as an Academic Top Thirty Student. He has been on the High Honor Roll for seven semesters and the Distinguished Honor Roll for four semesters. He is editor of the school yearbook and active as a member of the Spell Bowl Team. His volunteer work includes being a Breast Cancer Walk Volunteer, Adopt-A-Family for Christmas, Children’s Breakfast with Santa at RCI and the March of Dimes. Stefan is the son of Deborah and Terry Routt of Indianapolis. Farm Bureau Insurance, IHSAA corporate partner, presented a scholarship check for $1,000.00 to Lawrence North High School in the name of Stefan Routt.
Views: 1151 IHSAA
Weeknight newscast from the ABC affiliate in South Bend, IN. Most commercials are included. Posted for educational and historical purposes only. All material is under the copyright of their original holders. No copyright infringement is intended.
Views: 894 NewsActive3
President Obama holds a town hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to address questions and concerns on health insurance reform. He talks about ending discrimination based on pre-existing conditions, and takes on some of the rumors about health reform. August 11, 2009. (Public Domain)
Views: 29495 The Obama White House