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Russia’s natural gas producer Novatek and compatriot nuclear energy firm Rosatom have signed an agreement to join forces on an LNG-fueled icebreaker fleet.The parties plan to establish a long-term partnership to jointly develop, finance and implement a project to create a LNG-fueled icebreaker fleet.The units would support Novatek’s Arctic projects in frozen areas along the Northern Sea Route. The agreement also includes building port fleet and supply vessels.“We already have successful experience of working with Rosatom providing ice-breaker support for the LNG carriers of our Yamal LNG project,” Leonid Mikhelson, Novatek’s Chairman of the Management Board, said.“This agreement will facilitate the further development of an icebreaking fleet and support the growth of cargo traffic along the Northern Sea Route that is very important for our company and for Russia’s economy as a whole,” Mikhelson concluded.
By David Smith Jr.LAWTON, Okla. – The Sprint Series of Oklahoma presented by Smiley’s Racing Products/Hoosier Racing Tire Southwest kicks back into racing action this Saturday, April 14 as it makes the first of three scheduled appearances at Lawton Speedway.This event will kick off four straight weekends of racing for the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car series at four different tracks and will be the series’ second-ever trip to the quarter-mile, red clay oval.Last year it was two-time and defending tour champion Andy Shouse taking advantage of race-long leader Blake Dacus’ misfortune to take the lead with eight laps to go to pick up the victory. Thirty-one drivers from three states were pit side and close to the same car count is expected this weekend.Shouse comes into the night with a slim seven-point lead over Shane Sellers. Sellers picked up his first career SSO victory at Enid Speedway two weeks ago.Chris Kelly, who picked up the season-opening victory at Southern Oklahoma Speedway back in March, sits 15 points out of the lead while Gary Owens (-16) and Brandon Jennings (-24) are the current top five in the standings.Sitting sixth through tenth are Travis Scott, Cody Whitworth, Kevin Ramey, Michael Day and Blake Scott. All the above-mentioned drivers are expected to compete except Ramey and Day.Other drivers slated include Joe Wood Jr., Loyd Clevenger, Tanner Conn, Dillon Laden, Eric Matthews, Justin Mowry, Dacus, Sterling Hoff, Duane Baker, Justin Fisk and Matt Arkel.Several area track regulars are also expected as Lawton Speedway became the first track in the state of Oklahoma to become IMCA RaceSaver sanctioned on their 2018 weekly race program.Gates will open at 6 p.m. with race action slated for an 8 p.m. start time. Grandstand admission is: Adults $15, seniors (60-plus), military with ID and students ages 12-15 $10, kids ages 6-11 $2 and five and under free. All pit passes will be $30.
Sylvester Ralph Riehle, age 79 of Sunman, Indiana passed away on January 19, 2019. The son of John A. and Loretta (nee: Fritsch) Riehle was born on May 22, 1939 in Sunman.Sylvester attended St. Nicholas grade school and Sunman High School. After a five-year courtship, he married Ruth Jean Effing on September 14, 1963 at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Hamburg, IN.He worked at Hill-Rom as a wood sander and later for Hillenbrand Industries as a cap metal sander and in maintenance. He was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville.In 1960 he bought his first car, a new 1960 Chevrolet Impala from Chris Volz Motors for $3,200 cash. Together with his wife, they bought Howard Cook’s mother’s house for $8,500. Then in 1966 they bought their home place where they still reside.Sylvester enjoyed spending his days finishing old wood furniture and going out fishing. In his younger years roller skating was a favorite past time and he played softball on a company team call the Monoseals. Sylvester liked to help out the guys on the farm with his own ‘meals on wheels’. He always loved having dinner with friends and family and will be dearly missed by them all.He is survived by his wife, Ruth; children, Laura Ann Taylor (Michael), Tammy Jean Faulkinbury (Joe Ed), Scott Allen Riehle, Eric Jon Riehle (Marlene) and Neal Ryan Riehle; 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild; one brother Nicholas Riehle (Marilene); brothers-in-law, Alfred Hoeing, Jerome Larmann, Russell Fette, and Glenn Moore and sister-in-law Mary Ann Hemke Riehle-Disch.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his siblings, Mary Forthofer, Raymond Riehle, Coletta Weber, Amelia Weber, Anna Fette, Edna Suttmiller, Viola Hountz, Herbert Riehle, Romilda Hoeing, Pauline Larmann, Marcella Hartman, Matilda Moore, Wilfred Riehle and John J. Riehle.Visitation will be Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 9am – 11am at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville with rosary at 9am. Followed by a 11:30am Mass of Christian burial at St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Milan FFA, Nathan’s Hearing Implant Fund, Manderely Bird Seed Fund, Our Hospice of SE Indiana and masses to St. Louis Church.Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com.