Greensburg, IN—The Decatur County United Fund hosted the Decatur County Youth worker Café Tuesday at the Decatur County REMC. The Indiana Youth Institute presented the State of the Child 2020 demographic date information to the crowd. The data presented was on overview of state statistics reported from the Department of Education for Decatur County as well as correlated information against State and national data. Decatur County ranked 29th overall for child well being. The largest issues for the area continue to be a lack of mental health options for youth and a lack of early education options. The data was presented by Sarah Micich, Director of Data and Research at IYI. The Decatur County United Fund hosts three Youth Worker Cafes per year. Joane Cunningham stated that the intent of the cafes is to gather all of the individuals and agencies in the community that works with the youth of Decatur County including schools and not-for-profits. The events are free but do need to register in advance as there is a lunch provided. The next Youth worker café will be held on May 14 at the Decatur County REMC. To review the snapshot information on any county in Indiana from IYI, click here.
By Steve TongueLONDON (Reuters) – Manchester United saw off a determined Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 on Saturday to reduce Manchester City’s lead at the top of the Premier League to five points, while the three teams below them all dropped points.Liverpool and Chelsea drew 1-1 at Anfield while Tottenham Hotspur’s pursuit stalled with a home draw against West Bromwich Albion.Those results offered an opportunity to Arsenal and surprise packets Burnley, either of whom would move into fourth if they win Sunday’s meeting at Turf Moor.With Manchester City on 34 points from 12 games, neighbours United took closer order on 29 points from 13 games, ahead of Pep Guardiola’s leaders visiting Huddersfield Town on Sunday.Chelsea have 26 points in third place but Tottenham stayed fourth on 24 while Liverpool are fifth on 23. Arsenal and Burnley both have 22.Manchester United’s unbeaten home record stretches back to when City beat them in September 2016, but it was not plain sailing against promoted Brighton, who proved spirited opposition in the first league meeting between the sides since 1983.Ashley Young forced the goal in the 66th minute, his shot deflecting off defender Lewis Dunk to beat goalkeeper Matt Ryan.“Brighton deserved more than they got,” United’s manager Jose Mourinho told Sky Sports. “They played really well and when they had the ball they were dangerous.”Liverpool’s recent high-scoring run came to an end in the day’s late game when it looked as if Mohamed Salah’s 64th minute goal against his old club would earn a crucial win.Instead, substitute Willian’s mishit cross five minutes from time eluded goalkeeper Simon Mignolet to become only the second goal Juergen Klopp’s side have conceded at home in seven league games.“Chelsea fought hard and deserved a point,” said Klopp, who was angry that the officials took so long to allow a substitution just before Antonio Conte’s side scored.“We wanted to go to five at the back, to change the situation and it’s not too cool to have conceded,” he added.Spurs dropped two points against managerless West Bromwich Albion at Wembley.They were behind at halftime to an early goal by Salomon Rondon and needed an equaliser from the ever-reliable Harry Kane 16 minutes from fulltime to salvage a draw.Bottom club Crystal Palace earned only their second win of the season as a goal by Mamadou Sakho in added time beat visiting Stoke City 2-1.A brilliant individual effort by Xherdan Shaqiri eight minutes after halftime ensured they would not keep a first clean sheet, but within three minutes new England international Ruben Loftus-Cheek, on loan from Chelsea, scored the equaliser.Sakho’s winner, jabbing in a rebound off the post, brought Palace within three points of 17th-placed West Brom.“That goal is worth its weight in gold,” said manager Roy Hodgson.His team made up two points on Swansea City, who could only draw 0-0 at home to Bournemouth.The Welsh side were upset to have a goal disallowed just before the interval when Wilfried Bony, starting in place of Tammy Abraham, found the net.The referee decided that team mate Jordan Ayew had fouled a defender.Watford maintained their run of having scored at least twice in every away game with a comfortable 3-0 win at Newcastle to consolidate eighth place.Will Hughes and Andre Gray scored either side of an own goal by American DeAndre Yedlin to secure a victory that further enhanced the credentials of manager Marco Silva, who has been coveted by Everton.
Montpellier were said to have offered an 840,000 euro a year contract.He describes such reports as speculation and unfounded, and states that his intention was always to remain in Limerick.Former Munster and Ireland player Keith Wood says we can’t afford to pay ‘silly money’ for players as they do in France and England.Speaking on Tipp Today this morning the Killaloe native said we’ll retain players with the right structures in place. CJ Stander has signed a new 3 year contract with the IRFU.Munster have also managed to retain Peter O’ Mahoney in recent weeks, following talks of him moving abroad.In a statement, Stander has refuted claims he was consider at a big money move to France. © IRFU