The 2019 edition of the Hinterland Music Festival looks to be a good one, as festival organizers announced on Tuesday that Hozier, Brandi Carlile, and Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit will headline the 5th annual running of the weekend music event.Hinterland Music Festival will once again take place at the Avenue of the Saints Amphitheater in Saint Charles, IA on August 2nd-4th this summer, marking the first time it has been stretched out to three days. Some of the other headline-level artists who will perform at this year’s event include country star Kacey Musgraves, breakout indie-pop singer Maggie Rogers, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Dawes, Hippo Campus, The Wood Brothers, Colter Wall, The Dead South, Ron Gallo, John Moreland, The Maytags, Adam Bruce, Brent Cobb, The War and Treaty, Ruston Kelly, The Nude Party, and Elizabeth Moen.Related: Hozier Adds 15 New Dates To 2019 North American TourThis year’s festival will once again welcome fans who would like to camp at the event. Venue doors will open at 3 p.m. on Friday, August 2nd and at 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 3rd and Sunday, August 4th. General Admission and VIP passes will go on sale starting next Friday, February 15th. Fans can head to the official event website for general festival info and ticket package options.
In organisation of Sports Association of Zavidovići Municipality, 11th manifestation ”The Best Athlete of Zavidovići for year 2012” has been organised, and the jury had to decide the best athlete from 13 categories.The most successful sportsman is Nermin Mrđanović from karate club ”Funakoshi”, while the best sportswoman is Hava Huskić, member of handball club ”Krivaja”.The best club is volleyball club for disabled ”Zavidovići” and women handball club ”Krivaja” and the best coach is Adnan Bašić of HC ”Krivaja”.
FORT WORTH, Texas – A pregnant inmate with COVID-19 struggling to live on a ventilator gave birth last week and Tuesday, she was pronounced dead.The Federal Bureau of Prisons said that 30-year-old Andrea Circle Bear was sentenced in South Dakota to 26 months in prison for “maintaining a drug involved premises.” and contracting the On April 4, Circle Bear was confirmed to be positive for COVID-19. She died due to complications from the illness on April 28.After she started exhibiting a fever and cough, the mother-to-be was then transported to a federal prison medical facility, FMC Carswell, in Fort Worth, Texas where she was immediately quarantined.Evenutually as her health failed and her delivery date approached, Circle Bear was transported to a local hospital due to concerns about her pregnancy.Unfortunately, her symptoms of COVID-19 worsened and she was placed on a ventilator. The next day,doctors say her baby was delivered by cesarean section.Officials say Circle Bear had a pre-existing medical condition which the CDC lists as a risk factor for developing more severe COVID-19. The condition of the newborn baby has not been disclosed.