Monthly Archives: June 2022

A Texas A&M staff member talks money to recruits

“We were second in recruiting last year, A&M was first,” Saban said. “A&M bought all the players on their team. Made a deal for name and image and likeness. We didn’t buy a single player. I don’t know if we can maintain that in the future because more and more …

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Every State’s Most Valuable Export – 24/7 Wall St.

Eighty feet below lower Manhattan is a massive vault containing, as of 2019, nearly half a million gold bars. What looks like a setup for a heist movie is in real life the basement of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where U.S. and foreign governments, other central banks, …

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What would Doug Jones do? – POLITICS

Welcome to POLITICO’s West Wing Playbook, your guide to the people and power centers of the Biden administration. With the help of Allie Bice. Send tips | Subscribe here | Email Alex | Max email Former Sen. DOUG JONES, once the main competitor to be Joe Biden‘s Attorney General and …

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Albritton speaks at the APA conference – The Atmore Advance

Sen. Greg Albritton, Atmore, and Rep. Nathaniel Ledbetter, Dekalb County, painted a fair picture of what happened next in the Alabama Legislature at the 2022 Alabama Press Association Summer Convention on 25 June. Albritton and Ledbetter spoke for about an hour to assembled reporters who represented most parts of the …

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Former Auburn HC footballer Gus Malzahn wins second 5-star with UCF

Former Auburn football player Gus Malzahn landed the two highest-rated rookies in Tigers program history. He continues that recruiting dominance with UCF, having earned the same accolade with the Knights. Malzahn landed Demarkcus Bowman, a former 5-star recruit, who began his career with Clemson and ranked among college football‘s highest-rated …

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Alabama abortion clinics and patients face an uncertain future

Monday marks the start of the first full week since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. A federal judge in Montgomery also just removed an injunction from a 2019 Alabama law that makes abortion a crime. The West Alabama Women’s Center in Tuscaloosa provided …

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Goldman Sachs said to raise $2 billion for Celsius assets: report

The US investment bank is seeking to raise funds to buy out the troubled assets of the troubled crypto lender, according to a Fortune report, citing people familiar with the matter. See related article: Celsius says hiring restructuring lawyers, exploring financing options Fast facts A deal would allow investors to …

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Alabama Student Activists Hold Rally Against New Prisons

The reversal of Roe v. Wade, as well as clandestine planning, led to an impending human rights atrocity that remained largely unaddressed by the citizens of Alabama. Billions of taxpayer dollars are about to be spent on facilities designed to incarcerate Alabamians for the next thirty years. Don’t worry if …

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Brock Glenn is the star Bryan Harsin needs to recruit

Auburn football HC Bryan Harsin hasn’t had an ideal tenure with the Tigers so far, but there’s room to improve and grow on the Plains for the Boise native. If granted this spot, it will be because the recruiting tide is about to turn as the Class of 2023 has …

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The Emmy nominations are coming. Voters shouldn’t overlook these shows

For TV critics, it’s never too early to start complaining about the Emmys. And, as voting for the nominations closes Monday among TV Academy members, a few issues threaten to hamper the quality of this year’s nominees. The biggest issue, of course, is the volume. Thanks to the sheer number …

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Review of Cadence Bank (NYSE:CADE) and FB Financial (NYSE:FBK)

FB Financial (NYSE:FBK – Get Rating) and Cadence Bank (NYSE:CADE – Get Rating) are both finance companies, but which company is better? We’ll compare the two companies based on their dividend strength, analyst recommendations, risk, institutional ownership, earnings, valuation, and profitability. Profitability This table compares the net margins, return on …

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Some US Clinics Stop Doing Abortions As Ruling Takes Effect | Texas News

By MARYCLAIRE DALE, Associated Press The abortion bans that went on the books in some states if Roe v. Wade began to take effect automatically on Friday, while clinics elsewhere — including Alabama, Texas and West Virginia — stopped performing abortions for fear of lawsuits, sending women to tears. “Some …

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NKU Appoints Auburn University’s Grant Garber as Vice President of Legal/General Counsel

Northern Kentucky University announces that it has named Grant Garber as its next vice president for legal affairs/general counsel. Garber will join NKU on July 18. “We are delighted to have Grant Garber join NKU as the university’s next vice president for legal affairs and general counsel,” said NKU President …

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BankPlus and FHLB Dallas provide home repair grant to Mississippi woman

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. The Special Needs Assistance Program provided $7,000 for a new roof JACKSON, Mississippi–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mary Holmes, a retired resident of Jackson, Mississippi, is living comfortably in her home again after receiving Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP) funding to …

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Which counties are most at risk of economic decline?

By releasing its new special report on housing risks, ATTOM data highlights county-level data revealing that areas of California, Illinois, and New Jersey have the highest concentrations of counties at risk of economic decline in the near future. Basing their findings on affordable numbers, local unemployment rates, underwater mortgages and …

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Auburn coordinators promoted, Zac Etheridge receives pay raises

A trio of Auburn assistants received raises for their new roles with the program. On Tuesday, via an open records request submitted by Auburn247 in January, Auburn released the contracts of offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau, defensive coordinator Jeff Schmedding and secondary coach and associate head coach Zac Etheridge. …

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Fishing day for children: “special” for all – The Troy Messenger

The weather forecaster scheduled a warm, sunny day for the children’s fishing day at Clay Hill Farms on Saturday. But that didn’t stop the kids from coming or the fish from biting. “If it hadn’t been for the extremely hot weather, we probably would have had a lot more kids, …

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Newly Launched Inhabet Offers Lenders Standard-Compliant Property Appraisals |

Revolutionary Platform Reduces Residential Transaction Execution Times and Significantly Reduces CRE Expenses FAIRHOPE, Ala., June 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Equity Valuation Partners (EVP), a provider of real estate valuation services, valuation tools and property value data for the real estate industry, has announced the launch of Inhabet, a unique platform …

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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Georgia voters will go to ‘Alabama, Tennessee or Florida’ if Abrams wins

U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican who represents northwest Georgia, said GOP voters would leave the state if Democrat Stacey Abrams wins the gubernatorial race. During an appearance with U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz, a Republican who represents Florida begging, she said people announced their intention to move after the …

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Will history repeat itself for Auburn baseball in the College World Series?

Barbecue is Butch Thompson’s worst fear right now. Before the College World Series, the Auburn baseball coach was convinced that just being here wasn’t enough. Not this time. Not after Auburn’s 2019 run ended with two straight losses in Omaha, Nebraska. In what turned out to be a pleasantly surprising …

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SNAP 2022: Is My State Distributing Extra EBT Food Stamp Money in June?

ljubaphoto/Getty Images Emergency allowances were authorized under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act to help meet temporary food needs during the pandemic for SNAP households. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, EA amounts are equal to the maximum benefit for household size minus their monthly base benefit. Read …

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The Fed’s latest housing bubble – Corridor News

Marc Thornton Iis the current real estate market in a bubble ready to burst? If so, what is the source and extent of the market distortion? The subject of a possible housing bubble has been the subject of discussion lately, especially before Fed officials embarked on the warpath against consumer …

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Columbus, GA jury returns verdict in fatal robbery trial

Lydell Sparks, left, talks to defense attorney Michael Garner as they await the jury’s verdict in Sparks’ Columbus murder trial. Mike Haskey [email protected] Jurors have reached a verdict in the trial of a Columbus man accused of killing a visitor from Montgomery, Alabama, two women lured here via Facebook Messenger …

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Former Auburn HC footballer Gus Malzahn has UA on his mind

Former Auburn HC footballer Gus Malzahn is coming off a better first season in Orlando than his last season in the Plains, so it might not be fair to say he yearns for what once was. Especially with UCF set to join the Big 12 in 2023. That said, Malzahn’s …

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What is crypto lending and what happened with Celsius?

Placeholder while loading article actions Savers frustrated by the paltry returns offered by banks in recent years seem to have found a solution: so-called crypto loan accounts that can pay interest rates of 18% or more. Millions have accrued in these products offered by upstarts including Celsius Network, introducing a …

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US Open takes Saudi money to golf’s toughest test

Placeholder while loading article actions BROOKLINE, Mass. – The US Open isn’t the only US major that has felt like an afterthought, lost amid chatter and innuendo about unrelated birdies and bogeys. Golf wasn’t the main concern until the 1990 PGA Championship in Shoal Creek, Alabama. The club’s founder had …

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Meet Your Neighbor: Pat Biltoft | The St. Clair Times

Striving to live a life of kindness and helping out, Pat Biltoft has a new perspective on St. Clair County as she recently moved here. In February, Biltoft moved from Mountain Home, Ark., after the death of John, her beloved husband of 37 years. Although he misses John dearly, his …

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Auburn Hills EV company to create network of charging stations – The Oakland Press

The Michigan Business Development Program has authorized an $800,000 grant for a producer of electric vehicle chargers building a facility in Auburn Hills. FLO’s Auburn Hills facility, its first in Michigan, is expected to produce 250,000 electric vehicle chargers by 2028. FLO has been in the United States since 2017, …

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The cost of gas has a local food bank feeling the impact of inflation

The North Alabama Food Bank says it’s seeing an increase in day-to-day expenses because inflation has doubled the cost of everything. HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Many people are dealing with the effects of inflation and high gas prices… And according to Shirley Schofield, CEO of the Food Bank of North Alabama, …

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Five takeaways from the enforcement action against BlockFi Lending, LLC – Securities

Five takeaways from the enforcement action against BlockFi Lending, LLC Earlier this year, on February 14, 2022, the SEC issued BlockFi Lending LLC (“BlockFi”), a crypto lending platform, a cease and desist order (the “Order“). See BlockFi Lending LLC. The Order prohibits BlockFi from engaging in the sale of certain …

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Former Auburn linebacker Deshaun Davis added to UCF staff

An Auburn fan favorite has won his first college coaching gig. Former All-SEC linebacker Deshaun Davis heads to UCF as a graduate assistant, where he will work under his former Auburn head coach, Gus Malzahnand his former position coach, Travis Williams. Now entering his second season as UCF …

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Armed and untrained officers are still patrolling some NJ towns

Last year, the New Jersey State Commission of Inquiry released an “Abuse the Badge” report which found that many municipalities in Garden State were still appointing constables. The practice began in the 1600s when there were no police, and the British used them to keep the peace and perform other …

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Senate negotiators announce outline of gun violence deal

By ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate negotiators on Sunday announced a bipartisan framework responding to last month’s mass shootings, a modest breakthrough offering measured gun curbs and strengthened efforts to improve school safety and health programs. mental. The proposal falls far short of tougher measures long sought …

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Chicago Drill Rapper FBG Cash Killed, Woman Hospitalized After Shooting at Auburn Gresham

CHICAGO — Chicago rapper FBG Cash was killed in a shooting that also seriously injured a woman in Auburn Gresham early Friday, according to police and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. Tristian Hamilton, 31, better known by his stage name FBG Cash, and a 29-year-old woman were inside a …

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Foster Farms sold to Connecticut-based conglomerate

Local poultry powerhouse Foster Farms is under new ownership, as the sale of the family business was announced earlier this week to Atlas Holdings, a global conglomerate based in Greenwich, Connecticut. Atlas and its subsidiaries own and operate 25 businesses in more than 300 facilities worldwide. Atlas operates in sectors …

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Donald Trump backs Katie Britt in Alabama Senate race

Former President Donald Trump endorsed Republican nominee Katie Britt, the former president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama, in the closely watched and controversial GOP Senate runoff. “Katie has worked hard to grow Alabama’s economy, create jobs and restore the great American dream,” the former president wrote in …

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Pt. Mayor of Pleasant Beach, NJ offers $192,000 to Ukrainians

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Mayor Paul Kanitra has donated nearly $200,000 to two charities supporting Ukrainian refugees who were picked up at a concert. Kanitra was moved by the coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine to pack five suitcases with supplies and head to the Polish-Ukrainian border and see …

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Auburn man arrested for leaving flowers at convicted fiancé’s grave

AUBURN, Ala. (WTVM) – We have new details on a case we have been following for weeks. An Auburn man has captured national attention after he was arrested for leaving flowers at his fiancé’s grave. The arrest warrant for Winston Hagans had a charge of littering after he left a …

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Committee a “Trojan horse” to end the electoral college

McCarthy calls committee illegitimate, political, divisive House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy called the Jan. 6 special committee political and illegitimate. “Speaker Pelosi’s Jan. 6 select committee is unlike any other committee in American history,” he said at a press conference Thursday. “In fact, it is the most political and least …

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Etowah County Commissioners Vote Against Registrar Council Aid

What was supposed to be a ‘routine and non-confrontational’ vote on Tuesday to confirm the hiring of a temporary part-time employee at the Etowah County Board of Registrars office became a debate that ultimately ended the hire completely. By a vote of 3 to 2, county commissioners voted against hiring …

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28-year-old man sentenced to 40 years for stabbing death of fellow inmate at Alabama jail

A 28-year-old Alabama inmate was convicted of the 2017 fatal stabbing of another inmate at Bibb County Correctional Facility. Bibb Collins County Judge Pettaway Jr. sentenced Roderick Delaune to 40 years in prison on Wednesday. Delaune in August 2021 was convicted of murder in the death of 33-year-old Cedric Jerome …

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The Auburn Farmers Market will be back on June 14

Auburn Farmers Market will be able to help more people using food assistance programs this summer. Robin Devereaux-Nelson, farmer’s market manager, said the market will be open from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 14 to September 14. 29, with special “moonlight market” dates for …

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Texas A&M has 12 spots in Athlon’s 2022 preseason for the entire SEC football team

Athlon magazine released its 2022 preseason for all Southeastern Conference teams and 12 spots were filled by Texas A&M players. They understand the offensive guard layden robinsonsecurity Antonio Johnsonbettor Nik Constantinouand punt returner Ainias Smith (also a versatile back in the second team) on first unit, running back Devon …

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A Case Study of Community Aligned Investing

By Danika Borcik and Megan Brewster Alex Flachsbart of Opportunity Alabama meets community members at historic Masonic Temple … [+] Building in Birmingham. Sorenson Impact Center In 2019, the Sorenson Impact Center has partnered with Forbes to host the Forbes OZ 20, a national campaign spotlighting impact-driven leaders in the …

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Residents call on Birmingham City Council to make changes to Mayor Woodfin’s proposed 2023 budget

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Members of the Birmingham community have weighed in on Mayor Randall Woodfin’s proposed $517 million budget for the fiscal year 2023. Dozens of people came to City Hall to tell Birmingham City Council what they wanted the city to spend. “I hope you all review this …

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Auburn Hospital Expects Big Parking Lot With Added Cancer Center | Local News | Auburn, NY | Auburnpub.com

Auburn Community Hospital expects ample parking for visitors and staff if its proposed 12,000-square-foot cancer treatment center is built where an existing 150-space lot currently stands. That finding came from an independent parking study commissioned by the hospital after residents and city officials raised concerns at a March Auburn planning …

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NYC Taxpayer Funded Cannabis Advertising Slams Criminalization (Newsletter: June 6, 2022)

MN government signs invoice for hemp products; CA Cites War on Drugs as Racist; The marijuana bank presented as a measure of fairness; CA funded grants for cannabis; OR decriminalization status Subscribe to get the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to …

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The Texas showdown could get really ugly

While many college football analysts have Alabama vs. Texas as one of the showpiece matchups of this upcoming season, I’m here to tell you that’s not the case. In all likelihood, this will be an eruption from the Crimson Tide. Steve Sarkisian will come prepared with tricks up his sleeve, …

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Alabama airports receive grants for improvements

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WBRC) – Alabama Senator Richard Shelby announced that nine airports in the state of Alabama will receive grants from the Federal Aviation Administration. A total of $11.36 million will be allocated to nine airports in the state of Alabama. “Alabama is open for business and we must continue …

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Farnham gets $200,000 to open an opioid clinic in Auburn | Oswego County

OSWEGO COUNTY – Farnham Family Services, a treatment and prevention center for people with substance use disorder, has received a $200,000 state grant with which it will open a program opioid treatment center in Auburn. According to Executive Director Eric Bresee, Farnham will also be opening a new Opioid Treatment …

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Jameson Williams: ‘He’s our starting gunner’

Detroit Lions special teams coordinator Dave Fipp interrupted a question about rookie wide receiver Jameson Williams’ ability in the second leg at a press conference last week, saying, “He’s our starting gunner. “ And everyone laughed, including Fipp. MORE NFL: · JAMEL DEAN HAS REACHED HIS ‘BREAKING POINT’ IN AUBURN, …

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Alabama LB Will Anderson tops Mel Kiper’s 2023 Big Board

If Mel Kiper was the NFL’s general manager, he knows who he’d pick with next year’s first draft pick, assuming that team doesn’t need a quarterback. According to ESPNKiper named Alabama linebacker Will Anderson Jr. as his number one prospect heading into the 2022 college football season (which begins Aug. …

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Auburn Hospital Receives $2.2M in Federal Funds to Cover COVID Care Costs | Policy

Auburn Community Hospital will receive more than $2 million in federal funding to help cover its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand recently announced that Auburn Hospital will receive $2.2 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for COVID-related expenses. Matthew …

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