first_imgAttached is the e-mail sent to the “CALL TO ASSEMBLE” coordinator Denise Chaney from Mayor Winnecke’s Fundraising Coordinator Mandi Feagley.  We are puzzled why Mayor Winnecke couldn’t re-schedule his Traveling City Hall date and/or have his Chief of Staff to represent him at this event which historically is poorly attended.  We contacted Commander Mark Acker of the Veteran’s Council of Vanderburgh County the  hosts of the “Call to Assemble” event on September 23, 2015 at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum for his response concerning Mayor Winnecke’s decision not to attend this event.Mayoral candidate Gail Riecken has accepted the Veteran’s Council of Vanderburgh County invitation to attend this Historical event.Soon as we receive a response from Commander Mark Acker of the Veteran’s Council of Vanderburgh County we shall post it. This is a developing story please stay turned.ATTACHED IS THE E-MAIL FROM MAYOR WINNECKE FUNDRAISER COORDINATOR MANDI FEAGLEYHello Denise,We received your invitation to participate in the “Call to Assemble” on September 23, 2015. Unfortunately, this event coincides with Mayor Winnecke’s Traveling City Hall which has been scheduled for some time. I’m very sorry that Mayor Winnecke will be unable to attend.We appreciate you reaching out to us; please contact Matt Humm (cc’d), our campaign manager, with any questions you may have that are campaign-related.Thanks again and have a great weekend!Mandi FeagleyFundraising CoordinatorMayor Winnecke’s Re-election CampaignFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

UFC fighter Jacare Souza tests coronavirus positive


first_imgFLORIDA: UFC has withdrawn about from Saturday’s card in Jacksonville after middleweight Jacare Souza and two of his cornermen tested positive for the coronavirus, the mixed martial arts promotion said.Brazilian-born Souza was supposed to fight American Uriah Hall at UFC 249, which was originally scheduled for April 18 in New York but postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak. “UFC’s medical team examined Souza and his two cornermen and found them to be currently asymptomatic, or not exhibiting the common symptoms of COVID-19,” UFC said in a statement. “All three men have left the host hotel and will be self-isolating off premises, where UFC’s medical team will monitor their conditions remotely and will provide assistance with any necessary treatment.” AgenciesAlso Read: None more unbeatable than Novak Djokovic at his best: Todd Martinlast_img read more