Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook TAGSadministrativebmvbureau of motor vehiclescoronavirusCOVID-19feesIndianajuly 1penalty IndianaLocalNews Previous articleREAL Services Provides 10,000 Meals Every Week During Covid-19 PandemicNext articleSouth Bend Schools to host in-person graduation ceremonies Brooklyne Beatty Pinterest WhatsApp Google+ Facebook BMV administrative penalty fees resume July 1 (Photo supplied/Elkhart Truth) The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) announced Friday that administrative penalty fees will resume on July 1.Hoosiers with expired driver’s licenses, permits, state identification cards, and vehicle registrations need to complete renewal transactions by June 30 to avoid paying an administrative penalty fee.Title transactions and new vehicle registrations must also be completed before July 1.To complete a transaction prior to the deadline, make an appointment with your local BMV branch here. By Brooklyne Beatty – May 22, 2020 0 448 Google+ Twitter
View Comments Well, this is certainly one way to celebrate a Broadway opening. Something Rotten! star Heidi Blickenstaff tied the knot with Nicholas Rohlfing on April 23—the day after the musical comedy opened on the Great White Way. The two were wed in an intimate ceremony in their backyard.Blickenstaff, who plays Bea in the new musical comedy, has also appeared on Broadway in The Addams Family, [title of show], The Little Mermaid and The Full Monty. Rohlfing, who also started out as an actor and director, now owns an entertainment law firm.Congratulations to the newlyweds! We hope that between a backyard wedding and a Great White Way opening, you’re right in the middle of what you love with the craziest of company—having a kick-ass time. Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Something Rotten! Related Shows
“Later on, he will realize that being a senator is different than being just a follower of the administration,” says Senate President Vicente Sotto III. “On the political side of it,majority against minority, so dapatmajority lagi ang dapat mananalo. Butwe were not able to get the majority vote so meaning, kami na ang minority ngayonsa Senado. Hindi na kami angmajority,” Dela Rosa said. Dela Rosa, along with fellow Duterteallies Christopher “Bong” Go, Imee Marcos, Aquilino“Koko” Pimentel III, Bong Revilla, Francis Tolentino, and CynthiaVillar voted Monday in abstention, while 12 others voted in favor of theresolution. MANILA – Senate President Vicente SottoIII lectured neophyte Sen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa following the latter’sstatement on the voting of Senate Resolution 337, which seeks Supreme Court’sclarity on the Senate’s role on Visiting Forces Agreement termination. Sotto said that Dela Rosa still needsmore time to learn about the mandate that has been vested upon him as anelected senator, which is different from being a follower of President RodrigoDuterte. After the voting, Dela Rosa made astatement that some of them were feeling like being the “minority” inthe chamber. “Hindi naise-seminar ‘yun,natututunan lang ‘yun. Mas madali nga lang kung ikaw ay nanggaling sa let’ssay sa isang local governmentlegislative body, or nanggaling ka saHouse of Representatives, pagdating saSenate, alam mo na lahat ‘yan. Perosiyempre, pag galing ka sa Executive department, medyo iba ang dating sa iyo,” he further said./PN Sotto said that Dela Rosa’s reactioncould be the normal thinking of any newbie in the institution. “We are all senators, whether we are inthe majority or in the minority, we are an officer or not, pare-pareho kaming mga senators. Tigi-tig-isang boto kami, ganun ‘yun,” he added. “Later on, he will realize that being asenator is different than being just a follower of the administration,”Sotto said. “Minsan kasi, pagka you are a fledgling senator, youwill probably have, you will need more time to get the in’s and out’s.”
TODAY:AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins at Pittsburgh — pre-game 12:00 noon, first pitch 12:35 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Minnesota’s Randy Dobnak dominated in his homecoming, allowing three hits in six innings as the streaking Twins topped the reeling Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2 last night as you heard on KGLO. Dobnak, who grew up a half-hour south of PNC Park in the Pittsburgh suburb of South Park, didn’t walk a batter and struck out just one. The 25-year-old relied on a heavy fastball the Pirates pounded into the ground. Pittsburgh managed just four balls out of the infield against Dobnak, who dropped his ERA to 0.60. Marwin Gonzalez went 2 for 4 with two RBIs for the Twins. Max Kepler gave Minnesota some breathing room in the ninth with a three-run home run off Pirates’ reliever Dovydas Neverauskas. The Twins and Pirates wrap up the series this afternoon with a 12:35 start. The pre-game starts at noon on KGLO. IOWA CITY — Iowa will open the football season September 5th at home against Maryland. The Big Ten released a ten game, conference only schedule that gives each team two bye weeks and the possibility of moving the conference championship game two weeks to December 19th. Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren was interviewed on BTN.KGLO News · 8 – 6-kwbig – 1Warren says starting the season Labor Day weekend will provide the conference the flexibility it needs.KGLO News · 8 – 6-kwbig – 2Warren says football teams will be allowed to begin fall camp on Friday.KGLO News · 8 – 6-kwbig – 3Warren says all players and staff will be tested weekly beginning the week of the season opener.KGLO News · 8 – 6-kwbig – 4Additional home games for Iowa include Nebraska (Sept. 26), Northwestern (Oct. 3), Michigan State (Oct. 31) and Wisconsin (Nov. 14). Iowa travels to face Purdue on Sept. 12, and plays at Minnesota the following week on Saturday, Sept. 19. Remaining road games include at Illinois (Oct. 10), Penn State (Oct. 24) and Ohio State (Nov. 21). Iowa has open dates scheduled for Oct. 17 and Nov. 7. Iowa’s opening game marks the first time since 1980 the Hawkeyes will open the season against a Big Ten opponent. The Hawkeyes opened that season with a 16-7 win over Indiana in Kinnick Stadium BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Bridget Carleton scored a career-high 25 points, Lexie Brown had a season-high 15 points and career-best seven steals, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the New York Liberty 93-66. Amanda Zahui B. led New York (0-5) with 13 points. The Lynx (4-1) shot 51% percent from the field and hit 10 of 21 from 3-point range. They held the Liberty without a field goal for nearly nine minutes during a 20-1 third-quarter run that turned Minnesota’s two-point halftime deficit into a 24-point lead when Carleton made a basket with 1:33 left in the period.