Media report: out for national coach kolliker

media report: out for national coach kolliker

Not as a trainer and not as a sports director, as had already been speculated. A successor to the swiss, who took office on 1. According to the report, the man who took over in june 2011 has not yet been found. On monday the federation wants to make a declaration. Officially, the separation was not confirmed by the DEB or even by kolliker himself on sunday at first.

According to information from "eishockey news", the german ice hockey federation and the german ice hockey league (DEL) want to regulate all relevant matters concerning the national team with a new management team. The plan is to provide: first, a new sports director will be sought. Once the new coach is found, phase two follows with the appointment of a new national coach.

Since the departure of success coach uwe krupp in 2011 to the kolner sharks, ralph krueger has long been considered the preferred candidate. And a few weeks ago, an engagement of the ex-national player still seemed possible. Last wednesday, however, krueger made the promotion at the edmonton oilers from assistant to the first german head coach in the north american professional league NHL perfect.

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Wind power yes, but please without wild growth

Wind power yes, but please without wild growth

An advertising film for the secluded landscape of the habberge, showing huge wind turbines? Unthinkable. And yet the habberge nature park association had to think and reconcile the unthinkable at its annual meeting on wednesday in zeil.

"We need the energy transition, and it cannot be achieved without the use of wind energy on the best possible sites." This statement by the mayor of ebern, robert herrmann (CSU), is one pole of the opinion cosmos, the other comes from the association of german nature parks, which declares the integrity of the landscape to be the top priority and generally excludes nature parks as sites for wind power plants. Thus a large part of the county would be off-limits, and the most interesting flat areas on the mountain ridges could not be used.

Compromise demanded

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The grunen want to prevent the gremsdorf bypass

the grunen want to prevent the gremsdorf bypass

The burgermeister has a little experience with the greens. 1996 was the year when gerald brehm (JL) moved into the town hall, and the grunen won their only and soon to be last seat on hochstadt’s town council.

Many years followed in which the ok party did not play a role. Until they founded a local association last year. In this year’s election, the greens entered the city council with three members. A green from hochstadt now also sits in the district council. Some had foreseen that the green zeitgeist in germany would also arrive locally. But what do the gruns stand for in urban politics?? What do you want to achieve?

During a discussion in the engelgarten with the three city councilors peter winkler, irmgard schlehlein and andreas popp as well as the new county councilor lydia gobel, it becomes clear: the mayor and the established parliamentary groups have to reckon with critical questions. And above all, with a green contradiction. As the spokesman for the city council’s parliamentary group, peter winkler, points out: "we’re the only ones who are saying no now!" He sees a "complete lack of concept in urban development", when it comes to the issue of land consumption. Which brings him directly to the body-and-stomach theme of the grunen: environmental, climate and landscape protection.

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Always had the people in mind

Always had the people in mind

The honorary district farmer elisabeth fischer passed away on 21. July passed away unexpectedly at the age of 67. The lichtenfels district association of the bavarian farmers' association paid tribute to the deceased in a press release.

"The honorary circle builder has filled her honorary position with a high level of professional competence, outstanding humanity and unflagging commitment. Her ability to approach and listen to others, her willingness to help, her sense of what is feasible and her unwavering will to give the farms a future perspective characterized her work and her personality. In all her work, she has always put people first."Elisabeth fischer's main focus was on the education and training of the next generation of farmers as well as adult education. "She was aware that the education of farmers is the foundation and the key to the successful further development of our agricultural and forestry enterprises. In countless countrywomen's days, she promoted the acceptance of educational offers and the broadening of horizons."Another important concern for her was a professionally sound explanation of healthy and balanced nutrition.

Deserving of women farmers

"Mrs. Fischer has rendered outstanding services to agriculture and forestry, to her profession and, above all, to women farmers. We would like to thank her for her life's work," says the letter signed by district farmer marion warmuth, district chairman michael bienlein and managing director hans rebelein.

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300 Years of hohenfeld village fountain

300 years of hohenfeld village fountain

The hohenfeld local preservation society with its chairman rudolf sattes invited the citizens to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the village fountain. The fountain was inaugurated on 12. August 1718 built by the then mayors of wurzburg and brandenburg and the mayor johann holzmann. In the mayor’s account of hohenfeld it is written that the fountain cost 254 guilders, six pounds and 15 pennies. The fountain is adorned with a pine cone at the top, which was already known in antiquity as a symbolic decorative element. The hohenfeld fountain was often renovated. Shortly before it was incorporated into kitzingen in 1978, it was completely restored in 1977. The completely rotten water supply pipes were replaced by new copper pipes and the fountain column, which was made of sandstone, was replaced by shell limestone. In 2003 the area around the fountain was completely redesigned. In cooperation with the building authority of kitzingen and the local conservation society – under the then chairman rudolf weidt – the square was visually roughened up. A wrought iron gelander and a nostalgic lantern were installed. Two new stone troughs were erected to commemorate the former cattle troughs. On the occasion of the fountain’s anniversary, there was a picture exhibition with images from all eras. The whole sunday afternoon was spent celebrating, says a press release. In the picture an undated historical photo of the hohengfeld village fountain.

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Messi and argentina still in the eighth finals

Messi and argentina still in the eighth finals

Diego maradona clapped his hands again and again on the tribune with his eyes closed and loved to make an obscene middle finger gesture.

Lionel messi thanked all his colleagues and gave his buddy javier mascherano a big hug. In a dramatic match, runner-up argentina has won the early world cup.O. Just averted. Superstar messi paved the way with his first world cup show in russia and probably saved his coach jorge sampaoli’s job for the time being.

The five-time world soccer champion scored his first world cup goal in the albiceleste’s 2-1 (1-0) victory over nigeria to make it 1-0 (14) after 660 minutes without a goal. Minute) and was with the 100. Goal of the tournament the precursor of the much needed victory. After the equalization by victor moses (51.) by foul penalty before 64.468 spectators on tuesday evening, it looked like a bitter first-round exit for argentina, but marcos rojo relieved messi and maradona, who was suffering on the tribune, with his goal in the 86th minute. Minute.

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A walk through dufte

A walk through dufte

The aroma garden of the friedrich-alexander-university erlangen-nurnberg at the palmsanlage in erlangen is known for the varied scent of its numerous native and exotic plants. In the early evening, when the summer heat has died down and the sun bathes the garden in soft light, a leisurely stroll through the fragrant plants often brings just the right amount of relaxation that one deserves after a hard day’s work, according to a press release from the university.
With the appropriate title "abendaromatik" wolfgang kreis from the chair of pharmaceutical biology will lead a tour of the aroma garden today at 5 p.M. And explain what tasks the essential oil responsible for the scent performs for the plants. Whether as a woman’s protector, an antibacterial secret weapon against pathogens or even as a means of communication – the possibilities are many and often surprising. In addition, many of these ingredients can also be used pharmaceutically due to their effects. Participation in the tour is free of charge.

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Pompeo canvasses approval of u.s. Charges against iran

pompeo canvasses approval of u.s. charges against iran

U.S. Government seeks to convince international partners that iran is behind suspected attacks on two tankers in the gulf of oman. U.S. Secretary of state mike pompeo said in several interviews that there was no doubt that iran was responsible for the attacks.

He had spoken to various colleagues on the phone about this issue over the weekend and is confident that others will also understand the threat posed by tehran. "The world must unite against the threat from the islamic republic of iran," he warned. So far, only great britain and saudi arabia have openly sided with the americans in the question. Iran clearly rejects the accusations.

The two tankers were damaged in heavy incidents in the gulf of oman on thursday morning. Norwegian shipping company’s "front altair" caught fire after explosions. The japanese operator of the "kokuka courageous" also reported two detonations. The exact background is still unclear.

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Almost half fail test purchases

Almost half fail test purchases

The results of the first alcohol test purchase at the beginning of this year by the youth welfare office, the district youth council and the police were shocking. In 66 percent of the cases, the underage test buyers were sold high-proof alcohol. In the second round in march the quota looked more positive, only in 24 percent the young people got the desired alcohol.
Now the community action went into the third round. "We are shocked by the outcome", emphasizes tanja meeder, head of the youth welfare office.

A total of 27 test purchases were made this time, with 13 sales of high-proof alcohol. "That corresponds to 48 percent", explains meeder.

If you add up the results of the three test purchases, the rate is 44 percent. "This is clearly far too high", stresses also landratin tamara bishop and suspects: "apparently the test purchases after the excitement at the beginning of the year again into oblivion fell." That’s why the head of the youth welfare office, meeder, announced: "we’re staying on the ball here and will definitely continue the test purchases as an important preventive measure."
Now also the announced bubgeld will fall, which will probably go off starting from 100 euro for the salesmen. It was clear from all the test purchases with underage trainees at the district administration office that the sellers know very well that they are not allowed to sell high-proof alcohol to young people. "In the stress, people sometimes seem to forget to ask about age", suspects head of the youth welfare office meeder. But it had also happened that the card was checked and simply miscalculated.

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Men’s relay strong fourth in ruhpolding

men's relay strong fourth in ruhpolding

Andreas birnbacher, arnd peiffer and simon schempp were already standing expectantly behind the french relay team ready to celebrate – but then everything turned out quite differently.

"We didn’t even register it at first. We first thought it would be second place, but unfortunately it didn’t turn out that way," said birnbacher. "It’s a pity," said peiffer, "now we’re not allowed in the target area after all. It’s always a bit blod, you’ve prepared yourself, you’re looking forward to it, and then we were a bit left out."

When lesser then came out – only the first three teams were allowed into the finish area – his colleagues gave him an encouraging pat on the back. National coach mark kirchner saw the performance of his quartet over the 4 x 7.5 kilometers in front of 11,00 spectators as "quite positive," even if they came in fourth behind france, norway and austria and just missed the podium. "But we have seen that we are absolutely competitive," said kirchner.

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