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Onsite: Credit Union Leadership Conference – Day One Recap

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first_img 30SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Member service. That was the theme from opening speaker Don Peppers at the 2015 Credit Union Leadership Conference that kicked off in Las Vegas Tuesday morning. His advice for credit unions looking for a larger share of wallet was simple: “The more needs you meet for your member, the more business they will do with you” Peppers said.Through his opening session, Peppers hammered home the need for credit unions to create a frictionless user experience that removes the obstacles of doing business with you. Peppers shared several “worst practices” he see’s most often at financial institutions, including difficult to find contact information on a website and branch operations staff that don’t promote other channels for member convenience.“A frictionless customer experience is based on these words: reliable, relevant, valuable, trustability” Peppers reminded attendees as he closed out the opening session.Following Peppers later in the morning was NCUA Board Vice Chair Rick Metsger with a message to board members reminding them of not only their fiduciary responsibility, but their responsibility to fill the needs of their members. “Follow the path of Macy’s” Metsger urged the board volunteers and other executives in attendance. “Macy’s understood their value proposition, always re-evaluating it” Metsgr stated. Comparing the retail giants to credit union, Metsger noted that members would not join and become an active member just because they can, instead there must be a unique value proposition to draw them in.Metsger also spoke on some of the key initiatives he has pushed for during his first two years on the NCUA board, including the change to the fixed assets rule and his attempts to change the MBL rule to allow credit unions to better serve their members. In regards to lobbying, Metsger recalled his days in the legislature and stated that “not once did I ever hear from a bank customer lobbying to save their bank.” On the other hand, he frequently heard from credit unions members that were passionate about their not-for-profit financial institutions.The afternoon included informative break-out sessions from credit union business development expert Julie Ferguson, Darden Employees CEO Jim Kasich with a session on appealing to young adults, and Brett Wooden demonstrating how credit unions can utilize cutting edge technology on a bare-bones budget.last_img read more

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first_imgThe protocols are being done in accordance with all federal, state, medical and university guidelines to begin voluntary workouts.Regardless of home state, all athletes will be required to self-quarantine upon arriving on campus for a maximum of 14 days. Quarantine time may vary based on additional guidance from the state and the phase of reopening in Massachusetts.All athletes will be tested for COVID-19 on or about Day 8 of quarantine. Protocols are also in place for the quarantine and treatment of positive COVID-19 cases should they occur.___Two Rutgers football players have tested positive for the new coronavirus. ___Croatian tennis player Borna Coric says he has tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part in an exhibition event.The 33rd-ranked Coric posted the news on Twitter.He says “I want to inform you that I am positive for Covid-19. Please everyone who has been in contact with me for the last few days gets tested!”He says he is feeling well and has no symptoms. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Iowa’s athletic department says nine athletes, coaches or staff have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last week. Coric was among about 1,000 people who were tested for the virus after Grigor Dimitrov announced that he tested positive. That led to the cancellation of an exhibition event in Croatia where top-ranked Novak Djokovic was scheduled to play in the final.Coric played a match against Dimitrov in Zadar on Saturday in the second leg of the exhibition series.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Incoming freshmen players also were allowed on campus on Monday and they were tested and put in a separate dormitory. They will not be integrated with the rest of the team until they pass a second COVID-19 test.The workouts are voluntary and Schiano said some players have elected to skip them.___The ATP men’s tennis tour says it is continuing to “plan and adjust” its precautions and protocols related to the coronavirus pandemic with an eye to its planned Aug. 14 resumption of competition.The tour issued a statement Monday following word that two top-35 players tested positive for COVID-19 after participating in unsanctioned exhibition matches organized by No. 1 Novak Djokovic in Serbia and Croatia. June 22, 2020 The Blue Jackets were informed Monday that Columbus will not be one of the NHL’s hub cities. Columbus was one of 10 finalists, including seven in the U.S.Las Vegas is now considered the U.S. favorite to host NHL playoff games, unless two Canadian cities are selected. Canada’s federal government last week said it would allow the league to quarantine internally, making Toronto, Vancouver and Edmonton realistic possibilities — if not the front-runners.The NHL has said it will select two hub cities — one for the Eastern Conference playoffs and one for the Western Conference. The Stanley Cup Final or “final four” would likely be in one of the two cities.___Wisconsin officials say that two Badgers’ athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 and are self-isolating. Those positive results came from the 117 athletes who participated in the school’s initial campus screening. The Wisconsin athletic department’s infection response team is monitoring the recovery of the athletes but didn’t specify which teams the two play for. Wisconsin plans to release the aggregate number of positive tests at regular intervals during the initial phase of athletes’ return to campus.___Boston College says its football players began returning to the school Monday as part of its COVID-19 operational plan to bring all its student-athletes back to campus.The school says its new protocols include limiting personnel at facilities, mandating face coverings be worn in common areas, as well as daily temperature checks for staff and athletes. Increased cleaning measures will also be in effect at all facilities. The club says the players are feeling fine and remain in isolation.Four of the players have displayed symptoms of COVID-19 while one has shown no symptoms at all.The club says the five players did not attend the match against Proleter on Saturday when the Serbian league champions completed their season.About 20,000 fans attended a Serbian Cup semifinal match against Partizan Belgrade this month as the country lifted most of its COVID-19 restrictions.The match against Proleter was also attend by about 20,000 fans. Both gatherings have drawn criticism from the public as Serbia records dozens of new coronavirus cases each day.center_img Coach Greg Schiano discussed the test results Monday during a conference call. It was his first media availability since the team was allowed to return to campus last week for voluntary workouts.Schiano said players and coaches were tested before the team returned on June 15, either with mail-in tests or after being tested locally. One of the positive tests came from those samples and the player was not allowed to return to campus and is being isolated at home.The second positive test came from a sample taken when the players reported. That player was isolated and three players who had contact with him were placed in quarantine.The university has a protocol for allowing players who test positive to eventually return, which includes a non-positive test, Schiano said.Schiano said players and coaches underwent a third screening on Monday. Associated Press That accounts for nearly one-quarter of the 40 tests conducted in that time frame. Since the beginning of the return-to-campus protocol May 29, there have been 12 positives among 386 tests.The athletic department said contact tracing has begun. Individuals who test positive are being isolated, and a quarantine is in place for individuals who might have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.“While we have experienced an increase in positive tests, almost all are related to individuals who had been in quarantine due to our contact tracing and developed symptoms,” stated Dr. Andrew Peterson, head team physician. “Our overall process, including testing and daily health screening, is working as expected.”___Players of Brazilian soccer giant Corinthians visited the club on Monday to pick up personal protection equipment against COVID-19 after tests showed 21 out of its 27 players had contracted the disease. The São Paulo-based club said Sunday that 13 players are fully recovered, but eight will not be allowed to start training on July 1 because of the disease. Corinthians tested 190 people, including players, staffers and their families. The club did not name the players who tested positive. Brazil is Latin America’s hardest hit country by the new coronavirus, with more than 50,000 deaths and 1 million confirmed cases.___The National Hockey League has begun winnowing its possible locations to resume the season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Latest: There were no social distancing measures observed at the Adria Tour exhibitions.Three-time Grand Slam semifinalist Grigor Dimitrov, who is currently No. 19, and his opponent in Croatia on Saturday, No. 33 Borna Coric, both said they have COVID-19.The ATP said it “continues to urge strict adherence to responsible social distancing and health and safety guidelines to contain the spread of the virus.”Exhibition events have been staged in various places around the world while the ATP and WTA tours have been suspended since March because of the pandemic. The tours announced last week they plan to return in August.___ Louisville football’s season opener against North Carolina State has been moved up a day to Wednesday, Sept. 2 to avoid conflicting with the rescheduled Kentucky Derby weekend at neighboring Churchill Downs.The Kentucky Oaks and Derby were postponed from May 1-2 to Sept. 4-5 because of the coronavirus pandemic. The preceding and highly attended Thursday race card known as “Thurby” was set for the same day as the Cardinals’ Atlantic Coast Conference matchup against the Wolfpack, but the schools announced Monday that they had agreed to the switch to avert logistical conflicts with parking and traffic.“We appreciate the NCAA, ACC and N.C. State honoring our request for a date change for the opening game,” Louisville athletic director Vince Tyra said in a news release. “We are trying to be thoughtful about the shared city resources needed to host a football game and Thurby at the same time.”___Serbian soccer club Red Star Belgrade says five players have tested positive for the coronavirus.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Friday, Aug. 15 to Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014

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first_imgWellington Police notes for Friday, Aug. 15 to Sunday, Aug. 17: Friday, August 15, 2014•2:53 a.m. Officers took a report of a mental subject in the 1300 block N. A, Wellington.•9:44 a.m. Officers took a report of a found wallet in the 300 block S. Washington, Wellington.•1:30 a.m. Samantha K. Dunn, 22, Wellington was arrested and bonded on a city of Wellington warrant for criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.•11:36 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of medication in the 1200 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.•1:08 p.m. Officers conducted a courtesy motor vehicle accident in the 1300 block N. Olive, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Kurt R. Vogel, 43, Wellington.•7:15 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity by a known subject in the 500 block E. 16th, Wellington.•8:52 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of gasoline in the 1100 block N. A, Wellington.•9:36 p.m. Officers investigated a probation violation by a known suspect in the 300 block N. B, Wellington. Saturday, August 16, 2014•11:13 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of flower pots by an unknown suspect(s) in the 400 block W. 4th, Wellington.•1:16 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 900 block N. F, Wellington.•6:32 p.m. Officers took a report of a vicious animal by a known owner in the 2000 block E. 7th, Wellington.•7:45 p.m. Officers conducted an outside agency assist in the 1300 block N. A, Wellington.•9:40 p.m. Officers investigated possession of drug paraphernalia in the 1500 block N. A, Wellington.•10:30 p.m. Melissa D. O’Neal, 46, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with possession of drug paraphernalia. Sunday, August 17, 2014•1:47 a.m. Officers investigated a burglary in the 300 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.•2:18 a.m. Trent A. Graves, 22, Norman, Okla. was arrested, charged and confined with burglary.•3:38 a.m. Officers investigated possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia in the 800 block N. G, Wellington.•10:24 a.m. Officer investigated harassment by telecom device by a known suspect in the 1100 block E 16th, Wellington.•12:47 p.m. Officers investigated criminal trespass in the 200 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.•1:54 p.m. Officers took a report of a domestic disturbance by a known subject(s) in the 600 block E 4th, Wellington.•9 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to a window in the 17 block Crestway, Wellington.•10 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary of a generator in the 1500 block N. C, Wellington.last_img read more

College football schedule Week 14: What games are on today? TV channels, times, scores for top 25

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first_imgTrevor Lawrence let this one fly 😲 pic.twitter.com/IA1pRnVeGm— ESPN (@espn) November 30, 201912:24 p.m.: Michigan is going to have a long day if it doesn’t figure out how to handle J.K. Dobbins.All @Jkdobbins22 on this [email protected] finds the end zone on their first possession of the game. 🌰🔥Sponsored by @exxonmobil pic.twitter.com/anpYVuBtAp— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:19 p.m.: South Carolina’s playing tough defense early.🚨 SOUTH CAROLINA STOPS CLEMSON ON 4TH AND GOAL 🚨 pic.twitter.com/MvSYSml3Kd— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 30, 201912:15 p.m.: Michigan out on the board first!7 plays, 75 yards. @UMichFootball marches down the field for the first touchdown of the game!Sponsored by @exxonmobil pic.twitter.com/NWoueEhw2f— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019 Yes, there are games that will impact the College Football Playoff race, such as ranked meetings in The Game, Iron Bowl and Bedlam. But this extends beyond the postseason: Winners of Friday and Saturday’s top-25 games can count the season as a success with just a single victory over their rivals.Highlights from this week’s games include the top-10 showdown between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 10 Michigan and ranked matchups between No. 5 Alabama and No. 16 Auburn and No. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State. Other notable games include the Big Ten West-deciding game between No. 13 Wisconsin and No. 9 Minnesota and arguably the top Group of 5 game of the year in No. 18 Cincinnati at No. 17 Memphis.Here’s how you can tune in and watch it all:WEEK 14 PICKS: Straight up | Against the spreadCollege football schedule Week 14: What games are on today?Here’s the full schedule for Saturday’s Week 14 top-25 college football games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Saturday, Nov. 30GameTime (ET)TV channelNo. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 13 MichiganNoonFox, fuboTVNo. 3 Clemson vs. South CarolinaNoonESPNNo. 4 Georgia vs. Georgia TechNoonABCNo. 5 Alabama vs. No. 15 Auburn3:30 p.m.CBS, fuboTVRutgers vs. No. 10 Penn State3:30 p.m.Big Ten Network, fuboTVNo. 12 Wisconsin vs. No. 8 Minnesota3:30 p.m.ABCNo. 14 Baylor vs. Kansas3:30 p.m.ESPNOregon State vs. No. 14 Oregon4 p.m.Pac-12 Network, fuboTVNo. 16 Notre Dame vs. Stanford4 p.m.Fox, fuboTVTulane vs. No. 25 SMU4 p.m.ESPNUTexas A&M vs. No. 2 LSU7 p.m.ESPNNo. 23 Iowa State vs. Kansas State7 p.m.FS1, fuboTVColorado vs. No. 6 Utah7:30 p.m.ABCFlorida State vs. No. 11 Florida7:30 p.m.SEC NetworkNo. 7 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Oklahoma State8 p.m.Fox, fuboTVHow to watch, live stream college football gamesThe Week 14 games involving ranked teams will be televised live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN, ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, FOX, Fox Sports 1, NBC, ESPNU and ESPN+, as well as conference-focused channels such as the SEC Network and Big Ten Network.College football scores Week 14GameVirginia 39, No. 23 Virginia Tech 30No. 19 Iowa 27, Nebraska 24No. 17 Memphis 34 No. 18 Cincinnati 24No. 20 Boise State 31, Colorado State 24No. 22 Appalachian State 48, Troy 13No. 2 Ohio State 56, No. 10 Michigan 27No. 3 Clemson 38, South Carolina 3No. 4 Georgia 52, Georgia Tech 7No. 5 Alabama at No. 16 AuburnNo. 13 Wisconsin at No. 9 MinnesotaNo. 11 Baylor at KansasRutgers at No. 12 Penn StateOregon State at No. 14 OregonNo. 15 Notre Dame at StanfordTexas A&M at No. 1 LSUNo. 24 Navy at HoustonColorado at No. 6 UtahFlorida State at No. 8 FloridaNo. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma StateWeek 14 college football highlights(All times Eastern)6:11 p.m.: Another massive play in the Iron Bowl. With Alabama striking, it’s Auburn that scores off of a 100-yard interception return.HOW DID THIS JUST HAPPEN!???!?!?! pic.twitter.com/lyJ2tkj465— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:36 p.m.: Notre Dame is back to take the lead over Stanford on the road. Chase Claypool went ALL THE WAY UP for this @NDFootball TD 🙌 pic.twitter.com/gdEnlRHakg— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20195:19 p.m.: Back and forth we go. Jaylen Waddle finds the end zone yet again for what’s been an explosive first half. Jaylen Waddle probably ran for this touchdown faster than the time it took to type out this tweet. pic.twitter.com/sQr2SrCBlL— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:14 p.m.: Auburn ties it up shortly before halftime with a beautiful catch. Sal Cannella. Bo Nix.This is pretty much a perfect play. pic.twitter.com/gaOrcGaoJn— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20195:08 p.m.: Alabama vs. Auburn is providing plenty of action. Crimson Tide have tied it back up at 17. Jaylen.Waddle.🤯pic.twitter.com/Rym08EZhL0— Sporting News (@sportingnews) November 30, 20194:31 p.m.: Alabama regains the lead with an 8-yard rush from Najee Harris. “Najee Harris does what Najee Harris does.” pic.twitter.com/coyn0kDKmm— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20194:13 p.m.: Auburn has its first points of the day to take the lead over Alabama. Bo Nix reaches the end zone on the quarterback keeper.Nix for six. pic.twitter.com/IT7W5Ade5R— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 30, 20193:50 p.m.: Minnesota is out to an early 7-0 lead over Wisconsin. It’s gross out there in Minneapolis.Someone forgot to tell @GopherFootball’s lethal pass-catch duo. pic.twitter.com/v5QSMvzkV6— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) November 30, 20192:57 p.m.: Michigan inching closer, but they’ll need to get a stop or two on defense to really get back in this.Wolverines go wildcat to make it 42-27 after a successful 2-point conversion! pic.twitter.com/0wcn8YMNkG— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:39 p.m.: Michigan turned the muffed punt into three points. Not ideal but better than giving up another score.〽️ @UMichFootball catches a break!Garrett Wilson muffs the punt and the Wolverines take over. pic.twitter.com/fwPBKyJYXJ— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:34 p.m.: Here’s how Ohio State’s day is going: Justin Fields goes down with an injury; later in the drive, on his first play back, he hits Garrett Wilson for a touchdown.Justin Fields walked off the field under his own power after suffering an apparent leg injury pic.twitter.com/UNEdAcALcJ— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019Justin Fields scrambles and throws a 30-yard TD in his first play after returning from an apparent knee injury. @OhioStateFB fans, you can breathe now 😅 pic.twitter.com/3jCQp6Cssv— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:16 p.m.: It’s becoming less and less competitive. Wolverines need to score and steal a couple of drives away from the Buckeyes.KJ Hill gets in on the [email protected] leads Michigan 36-15 early in the second half. pic.twitter.com/IXkb6sKGNf— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:41 p.m.: These are the types of plays that can decide a game. Michigan ends up going with the field goal on fourth down to make it 28-13 heading into halftime.So close. Wow. pic.twitter.com/SzTKNYOIRw— Max Olson (@max_olson) November 30, 20191:27 p.m.: Dobbins scores his third touchdown of the half after Michigan gives Ohio State another set of downs; Wolverines jumped offsides on a punt.Not 1, Not 2…@Jkdobbins22 scores his THIRD TD of the first half for @OhioStateFB. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/oncJIczgoV— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:11 p.m.: Tough break for Shea Patterson; Michigan needed a score here. Now Michigan needs a [email protected] recovers the Shea Patterson red zone fumble. pic.twitter.com/ohJejdwa5T— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:11 p.m.: J.K.’s having himself a day to make it 21-13.🗣 J.K. ALL [email protected] takes a 21-13 lead thanks to @Jkdobbins22’s 2nd rushing TD of the day. pic.twitter.com/raWGxpprjX— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:55 p.m.: It’s turning into a bit of an aerial battle in The Big House. Shea Patterson finds Donovan Peoples-Jones for a wide-open touchdown to make cut Ohio State’s lead to 14-13.〽️ @UMichFootball [email protected] finds himself wide open in the middle of the field to get his first TD of the day. pic.twitter.com/9zCqSLpOfs— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:50 p.m.: Ohio State can pass the ball too. Just ask Justin Fields and Chris Olave.Justin Fields hits Chris Olave in [email protected] takes a 14-6 lead over Michigan. pic.twitter.com/rcLIbIQFii— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:45 p.m.: Clemson ahead comfortably with this long touchdown from Trevor Lawrence. The single-most important slate of games of the college football season is here: Rivalry Week.MORE: Watch NCAA football games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)last_img read more