The 122nd New York Assembly District, which Crouch represents, covers parts of Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego counties. The Chenango County Public Health Department said its facing many challenges because of the rural nature of the county. New York State Assemblyman Cliff Crouch’s district covers a large portion of the Southern Tier, and he told 12 News while no previous virus compares to this, there are other instances of events forcing people to come together. “It’s a big struggle for me as a healthcare practitioner when 25 percent of my patients say sorry there’s not enough cell service and I don’t have internet at my house,” said Dr. Scott Cohen, the medical director for the department. Assemblyman Crouch the best resources for people looking for help are the various hotlines that have been set up, such as the ones from local hospitals and the state health department. Crouch said despite the typically partisan nature of politics in Albany, politicians have worked well together on both sides of the aisle. (WBNG) — All across the Southern Tier local and state leaders are working together to provide resources to the public. “There’s 3 to 4 instances that would come almost come up to the same level: 9/11, the flood of 06, the flood of 2011,” he said Thursday. “There’s a lot of times like that we’re on super duty trying to give people information and make sure all the bases are covered.” Related: Coronavirus updates from Chenango, Delaware and Tioga counties Crouch said there are several events in the past 20 years that have brought the community together in a similar way.
Feature Results Rogers and Elijah Zevenbergen remained the closest challengers to Sobbing, who was in another area code before breaking and rolling into the infield with nine laps left. Rogers raced to the $1,000 Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour checkers Friday at Monarch Motor Speedway, getting the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car lead back after Sobbing broke and then holding off Derek Green in a green, white, checkered finish. Anthony Roth was fastest and in the lead early, but caught the wall while avoiding two cars stopped on the front stretch and exited under caution on lap 10. Sanders’ turn up front lasted a single circuit before Sobbing took charge. Jason Rogers earned his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car career 97th, and Sniper Speed Lone Star Tour first feature win Friday at Monarch Motor Speedway. (Photo by Stacy Kolar, Southern Sass Photography) WICHITA FALLS, Texas (Feb. 21) – Jason Rogers won for the first time on the night Jesse Sobbing almost won twice. Green and Abbey made it interesting the last time around the track but neither could deny Rogers his IMCA career 97th win in the division. Sobbing had scored the convincing IMCA Modified win, also worth $1,000, earlier in the evening at Wichita Falls. He was well on his way to duplicating that effort in the Stock Car feature after passing Rogers for the front spot on the 13th of 30 laps. Winner of the night two Ice Breaker at Abilene Speedway and already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, Sobbing had started the Modified feature from seventh and passed Rodney Sanders for the lead 11 laps into the 30-lapper. Zevenbergen and 20th starting Jeffrey Abbey made up the rest of the top five. Clay Money completed a late charge from ninth starting to second while Shane DeMey was the man on the move, motoring from 14th starting to third. Stock Cars – 1. Jason Rogers; 2. Derek Green; 3. Westin Abbey; 4. Elijah Zevenbergen; 5. Jeffrey Abbey; 6. Dean Cornelius; 7. Hesston Shaw; 8. Dan Mackenthun; 9. Buck Schafroth; 10. Caleb Crenshaw; 11. Kirk Martin; 12. Kellie Drury; 13. Austin Huskey; 14. William Gould; 15. Jesse Sobbing; 16. Gary Williams; 17. Peyton Taylor; 18. Curt Lund; 19. Abe Huls; 20. Dustin White; 21. Ryan Powers. Modifieds – 1. Jesse Sobbing; 2. Clay Money; 3. Shane DeMey; 4. Rodney Sanders; 5. Jim Thies; 6. Jon White Jr.; 7. Jeff Taylor; 8. Dustin Robinson; 9. Mike Petersilie; 10. Jason Wolla; 11. Philip Houston; 12. Nick Roberts; 13. Dan Drury; 14. Brint Hartwick; 15. Josh McGaha; 16. Anthony Roth; 17. Treven Geter; 18. Travis Hatcher; 19. William Gould; 20. Mark Adams. Jesse Sobbing topped the IMCA Modified feature at Monarch Motor Speedway. (Photo by Stacy Kolar, Southern Sass Photography) That put Rogers back on point with the 11th starting Derek Green in pursuit. Westin Abbey, already a three-time tour winner, had started 17th, went to the back of the field following an early restart, and rocketed to third on the final restart.
Boss Tim Sherwood has urged Aston Villa fans to keep their derby emotions in check against West Brom. Seats were also thrown from the Albion section onto Villa supporters in the stand with Tony Pulis insisting he feared for his players’ safety during the invasion. Claudio Yacob and Jack Grealish were also sent off in the second half during a feisty game which came just four days after Villa had won their Barclays Premier League clash 2-0. And Sherwood wants supporters to stay in their seats even if his side win the game. He said: “I just hope that they’re tempted to. If they are then we’ve done something right but p lease stay to the edge on the pitch. Do all your cheering from there. You do it well enough. “They give great support to this football club, to the players and to myself. “It can be done from their seats or standing up. Make sure you stay off the pitch. “I just hope you get tempted to jump on it.” Idrissa Gueye’s hamstring injury will be assessed on Friday after he missed Sunday’s 3-2 defeat at Leicester while Carles Gil and Adama Traore (both calf) are doubts. The teams face each other at Villa Park on Saturday for the first time since their fiery FA Cup clash last season. Villa won the quarter-final 2-1 in March but were eventually fined £200,000 after fans twice invaded the pitch, once during and once at the end of the game. Press Association Sherwood added: ” I hear a lot of managers say it is just another game. It is not actually. It means a lot more than that, it is local pride, bragging rights. We have to make sure we do it for our fans and ourselves.” Albion chief Pulis hopes both sets of supporters will behave themselves on Saturday following the trouble last term. The Baggies boss, who expects to have Jonny Evans fit after a dead leg, wants any losing fans to show their character. “Derby matches are derby matches, they are fantastic games to be involved in and wonderful occasions,” he said. “The disappointing thing last year was the crowd trouble and I hope and pray both sets of supporters go there tomorrow and really respect football. That’s what it’s really about, two teams going head to head and giving it everything. “Hopefully we’ll have a great game, people will behave themselves and it does take a bit of character to stand up and walk away if you have lost. That’s what people should do. “I was disappointed in the reaction of some supporters because people should go there to enjoy the game and be big enough and man enough to accept if they win, lose or draw.”
Town have the won the trophy on multiple occasions while their opponents are seeking to lift it for the first time.The match is being played at The Complex, Clonmel.Kick-off is at 2 o’clock.
Advertisement 8wz03iksNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vscq9z2q3Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eacb1jh4( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) cmjdoWould you ever consider trying this?😱cuaCan your students do this? 🌚0ofRoller skating! Powered by Firework Dipa Karmakar is going to miss out on World Gymnastics Championships because of her long standing knee injury. This is a big blow for India in the World Gymnastics Championships. Dipa Karmakar finished at the fourth position in the Rio Olympics in vault. She was the biggest hope for India in the World Gymnastics Championships.Advertisement As Dipa will not be able to take part in this competition, three women gymnasts Pranati Nayak, Pranati Das and Aruna Budda Reddy will hold the baton of India in World Gymnastics Championships. The event is going to begin at Stuttgart on Friday. The chances of winning medals in this event are almost nil for Indian women team.Advertisement The men’s team consists of three players named Ashish Kumar, Yogeshwar Singh and Aditya Singh Rana. Amongst them, Ashish Kumar has a bronze medal under his belts in the Asian Games held in 2010.Indian team will hope that Ashish Kumar, Pranati Nayak and Aruna Budda Reddy will at least reach the final round of the event. However, it will be very tough ask to finish in the top three. Previously Dipa Karmakar once finished at the fifth position in vault 4 years back. So, the injury of Dipa is certainly going to be costly for India.Advertisement Boxing: India finish with eight medals in Thailand Open Advertisement
Image Courtesy: Sky Sports/GettyAdvertisement 17m1NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs4ymWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E3i( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) j3kWould you ever consider trying this?😱dgt6Can your students do this? 🌚zuRoller skating! Powered by Firework Team India’s tour of New Zealand is going downhill since the 3-0 ODI whitewash, and now adding salt to the wound, the hosts have snatched victory in the first Test with an easy 10-wicket chase win in the second innings today at the Basin Reserve cricket ground. Starting from 144 for 4, India’s middle to lower batting order gave up in front of a dominating Kiwi bowling attack, ending their run on a score of 191. In the second innings, it was a walk in the park for New Zealand as they had to score just 9 runs.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Sky Sports/GettyIndian batsmen Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari resumed the visitors’ innings, and a late effort was seen from India’s wicket keeper Rishabh Pant, but all fell victim to the astounding performance from New Zealand bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee.Boult secured his 4th wicket of the Test by picking up Rahane at 29, while Southee secured his 10th 5-wicket haul in the red ball format.Advertisement Along with picking Mayank Agarwal yesterday, the 31 year old veteran pacer dismissed Vihari, Rishabh Pant, Ravichandran Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah in the end.Pant only managed to score 25 runs with four boundaries, and the in-form Ishant Sharma had some input in the later overs with scoring 12 with two fours. However, the latter was sent to the pavilion against Colin de Grandhomme.Advertisement With just a minuscule target of 9 runs, the Black Caps had a prompt finish with just 10 balls, as openers Tom Latham (7) and Tom Blundell (2) wrapped up the innings.The win marks a historical feat for New Zealand as their 100th Test cricket victory. On the other hand, this was India’s first defeat in the World Test Championship. However, Indian skipper Virat Kohli is not taking the defeat heavily.“We know we haven’t played well but if people want to make a big deal out of it, make a mountain out of it, we can’t help it as we don’t think like that,” Kohli said in the post match interview.Ranked 1st in the ICC Test batting rankings, Kohli scored 19 in India’s second innings. However, the 31 year old is keeping a positive mindset for the next games to come. “For some people, it might be the end of the world but it’s not. For us, it’s a game of cricket that we lost and we move on and keep our heads high,” he added.The second Test, concluding India’s tour of New Zealand is scheduled on 29th February at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch.Also read-India vs New Zealand Day 3: Hosts press advantage as Virat Kohli falters againVirat Kohli gives the reason as to why India were trashed by NZ in ODI series Advertisement