New Name – Same Commitment And Care For You And Your Loved Ones

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare New Name – Same Commitment And Care For You And Your Loved OnesSince 2012, St. Mary’s Health and St. Vincent have operated as one statewide, integrated healthcare ministry. Together, we have worked to share our knowledge and best practices to enhance our delivery of healthcare across all of Indiana. And, together, we continue to improve access to the services that you and your loved ones tell us you need.Following five years of work to provide greater healthcare to the communities we serve, on April 20, 2017, St. Mary’s will take on new names that better reflect the unity of our health system as: St. Vincent Evansville and St. Vincent Warrick.This naming transition follows the work we have passionately pursued at both a state and national level to align our ministries, both clinically and operationally, to make it easier for our patients to access the care you need and navigate our healthcare system.St. Mary’s and St. Vincent share a rich history rooted in our shared Mission of service dating back to our founders, St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac, and the formation of the Daughters of Charity in 1633. I want to assure each of you – our loyal friends, donors and advocates – that our local quality, commitment and care of our Evansville and Tri-State communities will continue. Our local commitment to you and your loved ones will remain strong, as we move forward as St. Vincent – one of Indiana’s largest, integrated health systems.While our facility names will change, our commitment to our shared Mission, Vision and Values remain the same. Just as we have for more than 100 years, our team of dedicated associates, physicians and volunteers will work together to bring health and healing to our community and all those we serve. This change is not about restructuring. No positions will be lost as part of this transition.The St. Mary’s Chapel will keep its same, proud name and will remain a symbol of St. Mary’s history and heritage. The statue of Mary will remain at our main entrances. The St. Mary’s School of Nursing will continue to don its name and logo. And your generous gifts will continue to impact children and families we are entrusted to serve right here in Evansville.We will continue to honor St. Mary’s legacy and build upon those who have come before us. We recognize that the history of our ministry is lived and remembered within our trusted partners, associates, physicians and volunteers. Our history will be remembered and will live on through you.Your gifts will continue to have the same transformational impact on children and families in our community. Together, we will continue to Make a Difference.Thank you very much for Supporting our Healing Ministry and for remaining loyal to our Mission! Blessings,Rick PeltierDirector, St. Mary’s Health Foundation(812) 485-4412 | [email protected]last_img read more

BREAKING NEWS: EVANSVILLE CITY COUNCILMAN JONATHAN WEAVER CHARGED WITH VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER

first_imgFOOTNOTE:  Attached below is the link of the CASE SUMMARY concerning a Violation of A Protective Order  filed against City Councilman Jonathan Weaver by Special Prosecutor Michael Cochran from Gibson County.  The link of the CASE SUMMARY speaks for itself.  Click on this link and put in the case number and click the link.https://public.courts.in.gov/mycase/#/vw/CaseSummary/eyJ2Ijp7IkNhc2VUb2tlbiI6IllXRTNNVEV3TnpFNE1ESXdPamMwTmpBM01UWXlOakk9In19CASE SUMMARYState of Indiana v. Jonathan WeaverCase Number 82D06-1702-CM-000656Court Vanderburgh Superior Court 6Type CM – Criminal MisdemeanorFiled 02/03/2017Status 02/03/2017 , Pending (active)Parties to the CaseShow all party detailsDefendant Weaver, JonathanState Plaintiff State of IndianaChargesShow all charge details01 12/06/2016 35-46-1-15.1(1)/MA: Invasion of Privacy – Viol Of Protective Order Issued Under 34-26-5Chronological Case Summary02/03/2017Case Opened as a New Filing02/03/2017Hearing Scheduling ActivityInitial Hearing scheduled for 02/23/2017 at 1:30 PM. 02/03/2017Clerk Administrative EventCase filed by Special Prosecutor Michael Cochran 02/03/2017Service IssuedServe To: Weaver, Jonathan02/03/2017SummonsParties:Weaver, JonathanStatus: UnservedAnticipated Method: Service by Sheriff’s Office02/23/2017Initial HearingSession: 1:30 PM, Judicial Officer: Shoulders, Jeffrey T.Comment: Case filed by Special Prosecutor Michael Cochran of Gibson CountyFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Pardew: Fans didn’t push me out

first_img “There’s been a lot of talk (about the Newcastle fans) and some of it is completely off the mark,” Pardew said. “When you lose games, there’s going to be criticism from the stands but never once did I sense that outside the ground. “I had tremendous support in my time there and I want to thank all the Geordies for their help and also to (owner) Mike Ashley and everyone at the club who helped me grow as a manager. “My resilience and character has grown because of the nature of the club.” Pardew’s time in the north east was often overshadowed by matters off the field as the club’s biggest talents were sold and the manager’s influence on bringing in new players was restricted. “It’s a club that’s run on fairly tight financial margins,” Pardew said. “We had to really work hard at transfers because the funds for a club that size makes it difficult with the fans – for them to understand you need to build slowly. “For me personally and professionally I think it was the right time and I think it was the right time for Newcastle too if I’m honest.” Supporters on Tyneside called for Pardew to be sacked when the team sank into the bottom three earlier this season but six consecutive victories eased the pressure on the former West Ham boss. An online petition aimed at removing Pardew gathered more than 2,000 signatures but Pardew insists the criticism played no part in his decision to join the Eagles. Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew insists his turbulent relationship with Newcastle fans had no bearing on his move to Selhurst Park but said it was the right time – both for him and the Magpies – to leave the club. Pardew added: “Four years under that type of monetary situation and the fact they’re trying to push, and the history and everything else – it’s difficult for the manager. “I’ve left a good club, I’ve left it with a good base of young players and some fantastic professionals, who I’m going to miss.” Pardew denied he left Newcastle because Ashley had indicated he was going to sell the club, a theory put forward by former Magpies striker Alan Shearer this week. “I have not heard that, that’s just a rumour,” Pardew said. “Mike never suggested that, it was never in the format, it was a simple equation really. “Crystal Palace wanted me as their manager, they met the clause in my contract. “Newcastle told me that that had been met, and quite simply, I had a choice, whether to stay or go.” Palace, who sit 18th in the Barclays Premier League table, find themselves in a similar situation to when Tony Pulis took over last season. Pulis inspired a remarkable turnaround at the club, leading the Eagles to an 11th-place finish, but Pardew insists safety is his only target. “It’s a tough challenge,” Pardew said. “We find ourselves in the bottom three with 18 games to go and home form hasn’t been good. We need to try turn our home situation into a positive. “In terms of the players, they need a lift. Hopefully my arrival, and maybe a signing or two, can do that and hopefully we can go on a run that gets us at least to safety. “Realistically this year, although it was a terrific ending under Tony last year, one place above relegation will be enough for us to build again.” Press Associationlast_img read more

Clippers’ preparation seeks to incorporate new guys, new experience

first_img What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Who needs an arena full of fans when you’ve got Pat Bev in the building?Clippers guard Reggie Jackson said Friday that while he and his teammates prepare to get back to competing, they’re also readying themselves for the experience of playing NBA basketball without a crowd when scrimmages begin inside the NBA’s Bubble in Orlando, Florida.“For the most part, we know the statement is true now that we’re all that we’ve got, so we have to rely on each other,” Jackson said via Zoom before practice. “We have to bring energy for each other. We’re constantly talking about it. I think guys are bonding more, and I think each team is getting ready for that challenge.”That’s where Patrick Beverley comes in. And it turns out, Mr. 94 Feet also is Mr. 24-7 when it comes to bringing the energy. Game 4 photos: Luka Doncic, Mavs shock Clippers in overtime “Pat Bev, shoot, he’s one of the funnier stories,” Jackson said of the team’s initial quarantine period in the Bubble. “We’re all locked up … can’t leave your room, but it’s probably 2 a.m. and all we get is a ‘Yoooo! Yoooo!’ Everybody is like, what is going on?“Bev is just yelling through walls, making sure everybody is good. It’s the first day, he’s just checking … that made the first part of the 24 hours of lockdown even better, just knowing that your teammates were there with you.“That’s just something very simple, but the guy is constant energy.”Spirits are high, but the on-court conditioning and continuity is up and down, said Coach Doc Rivers, who again declined to discuss when Marcus Morris Sr., Landry Shamet or Ivica Zubac are expected to join the team in Orlando.“I go back and forth,” Rivers said. “There’s days I think our conditioning is great, and it is, and then there’s days I don’t know if our conditioning is ready for an NBA game. Practice-wise our guys are hanging in there doing great. “We have refs, right, and they’re 12-minute quarters,” Rivers said. “I think we made a mistake by calling them scrimmages … I typically try a lot of stuff in those games just because it’s a different opponent.“It’s pretty much we know who we want to play, but as far as the rotations and the minutes, I think that’s still a little bit in flux. We’ll see. You kind of decide on what you’re going to do going by how you’re practicing. If you think your team is practicing extremely well and they’ve done it for a long time, then you’ll probably be less in the preseason games. If you think you need more scrimmaging, you’ll probably play more, so that’s how I’m going to look at it.” Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory “Continuity will take time. You can see that. That’s been the thing that I would say — especially with us being a new team together (that) made a lot of different trades right before the trade deadline, you can see we need to be in the gym.”In the weeks — and days — before the NBA suspended play, the Clippers added Morris via trade and signed Reggie Jackson and Joakim Noah as free agents. Morris played 12 games with the team; Jackson appeared in nine and Noah has yet to take the floor in a Clippers jersey.So after a four-month break because of the coronavirus, the Clippers are trying to making good use of their time together before they’re scheduled to tip off again in earnest against the Lakers on July 30 at Walt Disney World.The Clippers’ preparation also is set to include three scrimmages — what Rivers is calling a “preseason games” — starting July 22 against the Orlando Magic. The 21st-year head coach said he expects those to prove valuable in plotting a course for the playoffs.Related Articles Clippers’ Paul George: ‘If I make shots, this series could be a little different’ last_img read more