Jason Gerrit DeVries, 42, of Dillsboro passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg. Jason was born Thursday, September 29, 1977 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the son of Kenneth and Virginia (Van Sluyters) DeVries. Jason was a member of Dillsboro United Methodist Church in Dillsboro. He worked for New Horizon’s in Batesville. He was the “Uncle” and a “car guy”; he helped his Dad and Mom at the DeVries Funeral Home and loved Janet’s Diner, especially the cookies. His favorite hobby was eating; he enjoyed watching DVD’s, especially Andy Griffith and Matlock.Jason is survived by his mother Virginia “Ginny” (Marion “Van”) Van Cleave of Dillsboro; brother Kenneth (Wendy) DeVries Jr. of Pleasant Lake, Michigan; sister Deborah (Dusty) Wellman of Houghton, Iowa; nieces Rachel and Madeline; nephews Remington and Trey; and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his father Kenneth DeVries.A service celebrating his life will be held 11 AM Saturday, February 22 at Dillsboro United Methodist Church with Pastor Deb Beason officiating. Family and friends may gather to share and remember him 4 – 7 PM Friday, February 21 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home in Dillsboro. Burial will be Monday, February 24 at Sharon Presbyterian Cemetery, Farmington, Iowa. Memorials may be given in honor of Jason to Dillsboro United Methodist Church or Summit Group Home (group home checks made out to Virginia Van Cleave). Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812)432-5480. You may go to www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
ZONE A in Antigua: Leeward Islands Hurricanes, West Indies Under-19, Kent Spitfires, Trinidad & Tobago Red Force, Windward Islands Hurricanes.ZONE B in Barbados: Barbados Pride, Jamaica Scorpions, Guyana Jaguars, Combined Campuses & Colleges Marooners, International Cricket Council Americas.TUESDAY, January 24Scorpions vs Marooners – 3Ws Oval, Barbados (09:00hrs)Pride vs Jaguars – Kensington Oval, Barbados (13:30hrs)WEDNESDAY, January 25Volcanoes vs West Indies Under-19s – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua (09:00hrs)Hurricanes vs Spitfire – Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua (13:30hrs)THURSDAY, January 26Marooners vs ICC Americas – Windward, Barbados (09:00hrs)Jaguars vs Scorpions – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)FRIDAY, January 27Hurricanes vs West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Red Force vs Volcanoes – CCG (13:30hrs)SATURDAY, January 28Pride vs ICC Americas – 3Ws Oval (09:00hrs)Marooners vs Jaguars – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)SUNDAY, January 29Red Force vs Spitfire – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Hurricanes vs Volcanoes – CCG (13:30hrs)MONDAY, January 30Jaguars vs ICC Americas – Windward (09:00hrs)Pride vs Scorpions – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)TUESDAY, January 31Red Force vs West Indies Under-19 – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Volcanoes vs Spitfire – CCG (13:30hrs)WEDNESDAY, February 1ICC Americas vs Scorpions – 3Ws Oval (09:00hrs)Pride vs Marooners – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)THURSDAY, February 2West Indies Under-19s vs Spitfire – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Hurricanes vs Red Force – CCG (13:30hrs)FRIDAY, February 3Pride vs ICC Americas – Windward (09:00hrs)Marooners vs Jaguars – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)SATURDAY, February 4Volcanoes vs West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Hurricanes vs Spitfire – CCG (13:30hrs)SUNDAY, February 5Pride vs Jaguars – 3Ws Oval (09:00hrs)Marooners vs Scorpions – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)MONDAY, February 6Hurricanes vs West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Red Force vs Volcanoes – CCG (13:30hrs)TUESDAY, February 7Marooners vs ICC Americas – Windward (09:00hrs)Jaguars vs Scorpions – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)WEDNESDAY, February 8Red Force vs Spitfire – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Hurricane vs Volcanoes – CCG (13:30hrs)THURSDAY, February 9Jaguars vs ICC Americas – 3Ws Oval (09:00hrs)Pride vs Scorpions – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)FRIDAY, February 10Red Force vs West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Volcanoes vs Spitfire – CCG (13:30hrs)SATURDAY, February 11Scorpions vs ICC Americas – Windward (09:00hrs)Pride vs Marooners – Kensington Oval (13:30hrs)SUNDAY, February 12Spitfire vs West Indies Under-19s – SVRCG (09:00hrs)Hurricanes vs Red Force – CCG (13:30hrs)FINAL FOURSemi-finalsWEDNESDAY, February 15Zone A winners vs Zone B runners-up – CCG (13:30hrs)THURSDAY, February 16Zone B winners vs Zone A runners-up – CCG (13:30hrs)GRAND FINALSATURDAY, February 18Semi-final 1 winners vs Semi-final 2 winners – CCG (13:30hrs)
Manchester City won the League Cup for a fourth time, beating Liverpool 3-1 on penalties following a 1-1 draw at Wembley Stadium.City dominated for much of the 90 minutes, but only had a Fernandinho goal to show for it, allowing Philippe Coutinho to force extra time with a late leveller.The game went to penalties and Fernandinho could not repeat his scoring feat from normal time, hitting the post with City’s first spot-kick. But Willy Caballero then saved from Lucas Leiva with Liverpool’s second to immediately restore parity in the shootout.Coutinho followed Fernandinho in missing, his stuttered run-up didn’t fool Caballero who palmed away with ease low to his left. The the keeper made an outstanding save at full stretch to keep out Adam Lallana’s kick.Yaya Toure scored the winning spot-kick to send City fans wild.Sergio Aguero almost put City in front in the 23rd minute, beating Lucas and Mamadou Sakho but not Simon Mignolet who superbly tipped the shot onto the bottom of the post. That was the last action of the game for Sakho, who was dazed after a clash of heads with teammate Emre Can. Sakho did not want to come off but the medical team took the decision out of his hands, and replaced him with Kolo Toure. It meant that for the first ever time two brothers faced each other in a League Cup final, with Yaya playing for City.Roberto Firmino then blazed over from the edge of the area.Former Liverpool striker Raheem Sterling had the chance to put the game out of Liverpool’s reach on the hour but sidefooted wide with the goal at his mercy.Aguero forced a smart save out of Mignolet as City continued to dominate. And Aguero was denied what appeared to be a certain penalty after being dragged down by Alberto Moreno’s trailing leg.Just as time appeared to be running out for Liverpool, they found an equaliser in the 83rd minute. Adam Lallana met Daniel Sturridge’s square all but saw his close-range effort from the angle come back off the post, but the ball ran kindly for Philippe Coutinho who sidefooted into the empty net.Fernandinho forced a brilliant save out of Mignolet and Yaya Toure almost bundled home a late winner, but the game headed into extra time.Divock Origi almost won the match in the second period, bringing a good save out of Caballero with a header. Then Milner’s lazy backpass was intercepted by Aguero but he could only lift his shot over the bar.The game went to penalties and City walked away with the trophy.
Area Total59939 Confirmed CasesNew Cases Butler553 Mitchell372 Worth Wright1 Winnebago Franklin512 Butler414 Cerro Gordo16620 Worth192 DES MOINES — The state of Iowa reported over 1100 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, with 48 of those new cases being reported in our listening area.State public health officials reported 786 new cases between Friday and Saturday and another 321 cases by Sunday morning. That brings the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 31,243. 721 people have died from coronavirus in the state with 24,671 having recovered.In our listening area, 20 of the new 48 cases were reported in Cerro Gordo County; seven more in Franklin; five in Wright; three new cases each in Butler, Floyd, and Hancock; two each in Kossuth, Mitchell and Worth; and one new case in Winnebago.The 48 new cases brings the area’s overall total to 938 — 382 in Wright; 166 in Cerro Gordo; 91 in Franklin; 73 in Floyd; 55 in Butler; 52 in Hancock; 37 in Mitchell; 35 in Kossuth; 28 in Winnebago; and 19 in Worth.Six people in our area have died since the start of the pandemic — two each in Butler and Floyd, and single cases in Cerro Gordo and Wright.39 new cases have recovered in our area for a total of 599 overall. The new cases include 16 from Wright; 11 from Cerro Gordo; four in Butler; two each in Floyd and Franklin; and single recoveries in Hancock, Mitchell and Winnebago. Area Total6 Hancock411 Wright3825 Floyd542 Mitchell Hancock523 Kossuth352 Hancock Butler2 Floyd733 Worth11 Wright28916 Cerro Gordo1 Mitchell111 Area Total93848 Winnebago161 Floyd2 Kossuth211 RecoveredNew Recovered Deaths Cerro Gordo6411 Kossuth Winnebago281 Franklin Franklin917