Monthly Archives: August 2021

Sylvia Gray Obituary (2021) – Auburn, NY

Sylvia J. Gray AUBURN – Sylvia J. Gray, 79, of Auburn, passed away suddenly on Tuesday August 24, 2021 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse. She was born in Auburn, daughter of the late Lucean and Mary Schmoke. Besides Auburn, Sylvia also resided in Cayuga, Oswego and Anchorage, AK. She …

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Predictions call for new teams in league game

[ad_1] College football‘s Top 25 rankings are in place and the same four old teams dominate. Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Oklahoma. The preseason tradition in this space is to predict the final Top 25, which is not decided until after the college football qualifiers. Injury, covid, and a number …

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Bloom Credit Hires Former Financial Officer as GC

[ad_1] Law360 (Aug 25, 2021, 3:50 p.m. EDT) – Bloom Credit said it has added a new legal advisor to help the company work better with the three credit bureaus as well as state and federal regulators. David Breland, Legal Counsel at Simple Finance Technology Corp. until July, will also …

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Auburn firefighters oppose mandatory vaccine requirement

The executive council of the local professional firefighters of the valley IAFF 1352 (IAFF 1352) issued a statement unanimously denouncing the new mandatory vaccination requirement. IAFF 1352 represents more than 100 emergency and fire service workers from the Valley Regional Fire Authority. VRFA serves Algona, Auburn and Pacific. Oppose mandatory …

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Malathaat seeks redemption in Alabama – Saratogian

[ad_1] SARATOGA SPRINGS – Long known as the graveyard of favorites, Saratoga Racecourse added another to this long list when emerging star Malathaat edged out Maracuja as the Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks odds favorite on July 24. . Malathaat will be looking to flip the script this afternoon …

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AU seniors create ticket exchange platform

[ad_1] There is a new option for students who want to get football tickets this fall. AU seniors Jared Waller and John Ritondo, both specializing in management and information science, have created a website called Student seats. Designed exclusively for UA students, the website requires a verified Crimson email address …

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Spotlight on seniors: Auburn defensive back Malcolm Askew

History links AUBURN, Alabama – Senior defensive back Malcolm askew started begging his parents at the age of 4 to let him play little league football. Askew grew up in McCalla, Alabama, a two-hour drive from the Auburn campus, where he was a multisport athlete. Askew excelled at baseball and …

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Digital-First Lender Lendai CEO Explains How His Company Helps Non-Resident Investors Acquire Property in the United States

[ad_1] We recently connected with Yair Benyamini, CEO and co-founder of Lendai. Founded during the COVID-19 crisis, the world’s first disruptive digital lender allows foreign and non-resident investors to purchase properties in the United States through an online mortgage approval process that takes about a week. According to Lendai, this …

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Back to School, Back to Masks: Opelika and Auburn Prepare for Fall Semester Amid Rising COVID-19 Cases and Reviews | Education

EAMC officials announced on Thursday that they had 36 COVID-19-related hospitalizations at their hospitals in Opelika and Valley combined, and about 78% of those patients were unvaccinated. Nationally, the Centers for Disease Control has recommended universal indoor masking by all students, staff, teachers, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of …

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Zep Jasper opens up about Bruce Pearl’s offer

Once Zep Jasper entered the transfer potral, it was highly likely that he would become an Auburn Tiger. The former College of Charleston playmaker discussed the call with Bruce and Steven Pearl where they offered him a scholarship and the opportunity to be part of their program. Jasper had been …

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Auburn’s public safety overhaul would go before voters

The Auburn Central Fire Station on Minot Avenue is seen Monday evening. Russ Dillingham / Journal of the Sun AUBURN – Voters could have the final say next year in a plan to redesign Auburn’s public safety buildings. Officials said Monday that a $ 27 million project to build a …

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