SCHOOL DELAYS – TUESDAY 10-1-13:
2 HOURS: FAIRBANKS, HARDIN-HOUSTON, AND MIAMI EAST SCHOOLS.
Urban Light Ministries cordially invites the public to their 18th Anniversary Fundraising Gala.
Thursday, October 10, 2013 @ 6:30 p.m.
Hollenbeck-Bayley Conference Center
275 South Limestone Street, Springfield
The evening includes an elegant dinner with music by Kevin Moehn and Mandy Holcomb with Eli Williams. The inaugural Champion Award will be presented to Bob Suver, former director of Job & Family Services of Clark County, for his unwavering support for Urban Light’s programs. Registration is required by Friday, October 4, 2013. No Charge. Donations/pledges of support for ULM’s Sonshine Clubs and Fatherhood Programs are encouraged. Register online at www.urbanlight.org.
For more information contact Jennifer Stowers at firstname.lastname@example.org or (937)328-0122.
LIFE CHAIN FOR RIGHT TO LIFE THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON, INCLUDING CHAMPAIGN COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE FROM 2-3PM AT MONUMENT SQUARE IN URBANA! IT’S AN HOUR OF WITNESS AND PRAYER. SIGNS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED STARTING AT 1:45PM. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED AFTERWARD AT THE RIGHT TO LIFE OFFICE NEAR THE SQUARE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GOOGLE CHAMPAIGN COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE, OR YOUR LOCAL COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE ORGANIZATION.
Online for Life Launches Women’s Rights Week
Non-Profit Hopes Emphasis Sept. 29-Oct. 5 Will Make Women Feel Empowered
DALLAS, Sept. 29, 2013 – Supporters of Online for Life (OFL), which uses the Internet to help rescue babies from abortion so they can live to make their mark on the world, will celebrate Women’s Rights Week, which it is launching via social media today to run now through Oct. 5.
Online for Life, which wants to reframe the national debate about abortion, will use special content on its Facebook page to promote Women’s Rights Week.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN A PARTIAL SHUTDOWN AS OF EARLY TODAY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NEARLY 20 YEARS. CHANGES IN THE NATION’S HEALTH CARE LAW APPARENTLY THE MAIN REASON FOR THE FEDERAL FUNDING STALEMATE, SAYS THE DAYTON DAILY NEWS.
NEW REPORT: U.S. Trade Deficit with China Costing $37 Billion in Lost Wages Annually
A new study by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) finds that a growing trade deficit with China has cost the U.S. billions of dollars in lost wages. In 2011 alone, unbalanced trade with the People’s Republic resulted in lost U.S. wages of $37.0 billion.
The EPI study cites 2.7 million U.S. jobs lost between 2001 and 2011 due to the trade gap with China, and over 2.1 million of those jobs were in the manufacturing sector. Of particular concern is that, even when the 2.7 million displaced workers were re-employed in non-traded industries, average wage losses totaled $13,504 per worker/year. For all displaced workers, net wage losses also totaled $37.0 billion per year.
According to the study, workers with a high school degree or less and ethnic minorities were particularly hard-hit by growing trade deficits with China. Minorities, in particular, suffered large trade-related wage losses of $10,485 per worker in 2011, with net wage losses totaling $10.1 billion per year. In total, growing China trade deficits displaced 958,800 jobs for minority workers, a disproportionately large share (35 percent) of all jobs displaced.
NFL MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: NEW ORLEANS 38 MIAMI 17
THURSDAY NIGHT 8:30PM: BUFFALO AT CLEVELAND.
BASEBALL: TAMPA BAY 5 TEXAS 2, THE RAYS MOVE ON TO PLAY AT CLEVELAND WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8PM IN THE AL WILD CARD GAME.
TONIGHT 8PM: THE NL WILD CARD GAME IS CINCINNATI AT PITTSBURGH, JOHNNY CUETO ON THE MOUND FOR THE REDS, 16-GAME WINNER FRANCISCO LIRIANO FOR THE PIRATES, IN THE PLAYOFFS FOR THE 1ST TIME SINCE 1992.
BASEBALL NEWS: DALE SVEUM IS FIRED AS MANAGER OF THE CHICAGO CUBS, RON GARDENHIRE IS HIRED ON AGAIN WITH MINNESOTA, HE’S BEEN THE MANAGER THERE FOR 13 YEARS.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS ARE THIS WEEK IN DIVS. 2 AND 3, SAYS OHSAA, AND THE DIV. 1 SECTIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENTS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, AND GIRLS TENNIS SECTIONAL TOURNAMENTS.
BOYS GOLF: TROY 159, NORTHMONT 174, TIPPECANOE 180.
BOYS SOCCER: NORTHWESTERN 1 GRAHAM 1, AND BETHEL AND DAYTON CHRISTIAN PLAY TO A SCORELESS TIE.
GIRLS SOCCER: GREENON 7 URBANA 0, SHAWNEE 7 STEBBINS 1, TIPPECANOE 8 BELLEFONTAINE 0, TIPP 10-0-3!, NORTHWESTERN 5 GRAHAM 0.
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: CATHOLIC CENTRAL 3 CEDARVILLE 0, BIG OHC GAME, THE LADY IRISH 16-0!, WEST LIBERTY SALEM 3 SOUTHEASTERN 2, MECHANICSBURG 3 GREENEVIEW 1, SAYS THE NEWS SUN.
JIMMY JOHNSON WINS THE NASCAR SPRINT CUP RACE LAST WEEKEND. . .