Stunt Dog Experience at The Lerner cancelled due to coronavirus concerns

first_img WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market By Brooklyne Beatty – June 10, 2020 0 372 Facebook Stunt Dog Experience at The Lerner cancelled due to coronavirus concerns Google+ Google+ Facebook Pinterestcenter_img Pinterest (Photo Supplied/The Lerner Theatre) Another show has been cancelled at The Lerner Theatre due to coronavirus concerns.The Stunt Dog Experience, originally scheduled for September 19, has been cancelled.All ticket purchasers will be refunded, but it may take 4-6 weeks for refunds to be processed.If your ticket was purchased prior to January 1, the refund will be completed via check from The City of Elkhart. Contact [email protected] if your mailing address has changed. Twitter WhatsApp TAGScanceledcancelledcoronavirusCOVID-19IndianaLerner TheatreSouth BendStunt Dog Experience Twitter Previous articleApproximately 7,000 I&M customers still without power WednesdayNext articleRite Aid to open self-swab COVID site in Niles Brooklyne Beattylast_img read more

US delivers first batch of supplies to blast-devastated Beirut

first_imgMany Lebanese are angry at the country’s leadership that is widely viewed as corrupt and incompetent, and some fear international aid may be diverted from those needing it most.”We’re well aware of some of the concerns with whom the aid would go to and ensuring that the aid gets to the people of Lebanon that need it most,” Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said.Further assistance will be coordinated with the Lebanese army, the US embassy in Lebanon and the US international aid agency, USAID, Centcom said.Public anger in Lebanon is on the boil over the blast caused by a massive pile of ammonium nitrate that had for years lain in a ramshackle portside warehouse. It left at least 149 dead and 5,000 injured, and hundreds of thousands of people homeless. Rescuers and families are still searching for dozens more missing since the blast.The death toll was expected to rise as rescue workers keep digging through the rubble. The blast zone is now a wasteland of blackened ruins, while whole neighborhoods were largely destroyed. The fallout is expected to cost billions in a small country already plunged into an unprecedented economic and social crisis, battling the coronavirus, and where almost half of the inhabitants live in poverty. Topics :center_img The US military on Thursday delivered a first batch of food, water and medical supplies to Lebanon, two days after a massive explosion devastated Beirut and left hundreds of thousands homeless. A C-17 military plane from Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar the delivered 11 pallets of aid, with two more shipments of food and water coming in the next 24 hours, US Central Command said in a statement.”The US is actively engaged in delivering food, water, and medical supplies to the Lebanese Armed Forces to meet the critical needs of the Lebanese people,” General Frank McKenzie was quoted as saying.last_img read more

Update MMH and City of Batesville to hold press conference today

first_imgThe meeting is being moved to roughly 12:30p and is meant to relay information on continuing to keep the community safe and healthy.   Margaret Mary Health in conjunction with the City of Batesville will hold a press conference today at noon to discuss the coronavirus pandemic. We will bring you live coverage of the press conference on-air and on our listen live app. Batesville, IN—UPDATE: click here to watch the meeting in full.last_img