continue reading » The NCUA board will consider its Strategic Plan at its Jan. 25 meeting.The board has been soliciting public comment on the draft plan, which establishes a variety of agency goals and objectives.The board also will consider its 2018 annual performance plan at the meeting.In the draft strategic plan, the board said it would like to implement a flexible exam schedule that extends exam cycles up to 20 months.In addition to extending the exam cycle, the agency wants to reduce the NCUA’s presence in “well-capitalized and well-managed credit unions and enabling resources to be focused towards higher risk credit unions.” 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“Small businesses in the area and everywhere are really hurting right now,” said Lauren Heilweil, Fund Development Coordinator for the Broome County Human Society. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Broome County Humane Society hosted their 2020 Holiday Artisan showcase earlier today at American Legion Post 1645. With 50 vendors in attendance, the showcase highlighted many local businesses in the area. Event organizers say it’s important to support small businesses, especially this year. People who attended were able to stop by the different vendors’ tables and pick up some Christmas gifts. She adds that it’s important to give local businesses a chance to show off their products and to sell. The event also adhered to social distancing guidelines which included mask wearing and contact tracing for everyone who came in and out. The event also limited how many people could be in the building at a time.
The decision to lift the lockdown on May 9 despite increasing infections of the coronavirus, which causes the respiratory illness COVID-19, was prompted by a worsening economic crisis and unemployment.Pakistan is the 16th country to exceed 100,000 infections, a Reuters tally showed. The virus spread has yet to peak in Pakistan, officials say. Pakistan has recorded more than 100,000 coronavirus infections, officials statistics showed on Monday and the rise in daily infections has prompted authorities to begin strict enforcement of government safety measures.The south Asian nation, which has registered 2,067 deaths and 103,671 infections of the novel coronavirus, lifted its lockdown last month but promulgated protocols for the reopening of markets, industries and public transport – including mandatory wearing of masks and social distancing.”First we educated the masses about the protocols, then we warned them, and now, in the last meeting with the prime minister in the chair, we directed administrations to crack down on places protocols are not being followed,” Pakistan’s Planning Minister Asad Umar said in a news conference at the weekend. Many markets and shops have been sealed because of non-compliance over the last few days, said Umar, who also heads the national response to the pandemic.Pakistan has been setting records for the number of new daily infections over the last 10 days, partly reflecting increased testing.But of the 23,000 tests daily, more than 1 in 5 have been positive over the last 10 days. Before the lockdown was lifted on May 9, the number of tests finding the coronavirus was approximately 1 in 10, government statistics show.Government officials say safety protocols are not being followed, particularly since just before the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan. Topics :
An Indonesian Air Force Hawk 209 jet fighter crashed in a residential area of Kampar regency, Riau, on Monday morning.Air Force spokesman Air Commodore Fajar Adriyanto confirmed that the British-built aircraft, registered as TT-0209, had departed from Rusmin Nuryadin Air Base in Pekanbaru on Monday before crashing about 5 kilometers away in Kubang Jaya village, Siak Hulu subdistrict.The pilot, First Lt. Apriyanto, was able to eject himself and survived the accident, Fajar said. He is being examined at Dr. Soekirman Air Force Hospital in Pekanbaru . “We are still investigating the cause of the accident and the number of casualties,” Fajar said in a text message to The Jakarta Post on Monday.Separately, Kubang Jaya village head Tarmizi said he was informed of the crash at 7:30 am and that the accident took place behind Siak Hulu 1 state junior high school. “It crashed in the residential area,” he said as quoted by kompas.com.The accident occurred days after an Air Force Mi-17 helicopter crashed in Kendal, Central Java. Four out of the nine passengers died at the location of the crash, while five others were taken to the hospital for treatment.The fatalities from the crash increased to five after one of the survivors died on Saturday. First Lieutenant Vira Yudha died after being hospitalized for a week at Dr. Kariadi General Hospital in Semarang, kompas.com reported on Monday.The remaining survivors, on the other hand, have shown improvements and continue to receive treatment at Dr. Kariadi Hospital and Gatot Subroto Army Hospital in Jakarta. Topics :
Tim Taylor, new superintendent at Jac-Cen-Del.OSGOOD, Ind. – The Jac-Cen-Del School Board has approved the hiring of Tim Taylor as superintendent.Taylor is serving his final semester as principal at Jennings County High School after seven years on the job. He previously served as assistant principal at Jennings County and began his career teaching at Rising Sun and East Central, the Osgood Journal reports.Jac-Cen-Del is phasing in a 1:1 computer initiative which the new superintendent has been involved in similar technology advancements at Jennings County for four years.Taylor will begin job duties at Jac-Cen-Del next semester. He will replace Bill Narwold, who has served as interim superintendent since the June dismissal of Dr. Leanna Philippe
Pictured left to right; Throwing Coach Shawn Ruble, Girls Coach Tekulve, Browning, AD Stacy Meyer, & Strength Coach JacksonGreensburg, Ind. —Greensburg High School Senior, Erin Browning has signed a letter of intent to continue her track and field career at Hanover College.Browning is the 2016 and 2017 Sectional discus champion and 7th best discus thrower in Greensburg High School history. She is also the 2016 and 2017 Sectional shot put runner-up.
Batesville, In. — October unemployment in the Hoosier state rests at 3.9 percent, up one-tenth of a percent from September and two-tenths of a percent lower than the national rate of 4.1 percent. The Indiana labor force totals 3.33 million, the participation rate is 64.2 percent.
Lawrenceburg, In. — Dearborn County residents are still looking for election results. Despite tests weeks prior to the election, only a fraction of ballot scanners had operational batteries.Officials assure the public each vote will be properly counted.This is a developing story.
Gregory Starr Cooley, 64, Laguna Niguel, California died Monday, July 30, 2018, at home surrounded by his loving family.Greg was born to Harold and Dorothy Cooley, December 10, 1953, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He spent most of his childhood in Batesville, Indiana. He was proud to be a Batesville Bulldog, scoring 482 points during his varsity career and playing on the 1971 semi-state team. After graduating from Indiana University with a degree in accounting, he moved to California. There he met and married Sharon Kuegel November 3, 1979. Greg, Sharon, and family returned to Batesville and operated Greg Cooley CPA, an accounting and tax firm, from 1984-1988. After returning to California, he was President & CEO of Eibach Springs in Corona, CA for 20+ years.Greg loved his family and friends, and he will be remembered for his kind, humorous spirit. He was a quiet leader who truly believed we all could change the world through our actions. He embraced adventure and especially loved the mountains and the beach.Greg is survived by his wife Sharon; one son: Jeremy; two daughters: Stephanie Fraser (Matt) and Sarah Tillman (Brian); eight grandchildren: Cody, Boston, and Beckett Brennon, Gregory Tillman, Willow, Harper, and Axel Fraser. He is also survived by three sisters: Susan Stein (Gregg), Ann Salatin (Randy), and Beth Montgomery (Brent); and one brother Ted Cooley (Kathy).A family memorial service for Greg was held on Sunday, August 5 in California. On Saturday, August 18, there will be a memorial service starting at 10:00 at the Weigel Funeral Home. After the service there will be an opportunity to visit with the family from 11:00-12:00. A private burial service for the family will be held at St. John’s United Church of Christ, Huntersville. The family requests memorials to the Batesville Athletic Boosters.
Any remaining hope Reading had of beating the drop appeared to be extinguished as Nigel Adkins’ first home match at the helm ended in a 2-0 defeat to former club Southampton. Press Association Goals from Jay Rodriguez and Adam Lallana proved the difference at the Madejski Stadium as Saints ran out comfortable winners, condemning the bottom-placed Royals to a seventh successive defeat. The result leaves the Berkshire side seven points adrift of safety with just six matches remaining, making an immediate return to the npower Championship increasingly likely. Talk in the build-up was about Adkins exacting revenge on the club that so harshly disposed of his services 78 days ago, despite having led Saints to back-to-back promotions. However, after weathering the Royals’ early pressure, it was successor Mauricio Pochettino that enjoyed the spoils as Saints won a third successive Premier League match for the first time since 2003. As Reading upped the ante Adam Le Fondre was guilty of wasting a decent effort, blazing over after Saints’ attempts to clear a free-kick saw the ball land kindly for him. Adkins’ side returned to the attack and felt they should have had a penalty, only for referee Mike Jones to wave away the appeals that followed Jos Hooiveld’s challenge on Hal Robson-Kanu. The opener in the 34th minute owed as much to poor defending as fine attacking play, with an impressive team move ending with Rodriguez playing a one-two with Rickie Lambert before bundling home through Adam Federici’s legs. The Australian goalkeeper should have done better and was beaten by Rodriguez again, only for his strike to rattle the crossbar. Rodriguez has shone since Pochettino’s arrival on the south coast and that confidence was epitomised two minutes from half-time, showing incredible pace to burst past the Reading backline. Federici did well to save the striker’s right-footed shot when clear on goal, with Ramirez putting the follow up just wide. Much like the opening period, the hosts were again quicker to settle but failed to turn possession into clear-cut opportunities. That allowed Saints to return to the attack and, after Federici easily dealt with a tame Steven Davis effort, a fine driven Rodriguez cross just evaded Lambert at the far post. Le Fondre struck wide as Reading searched for an equaliser, although Saints were still looking dangerous themselves. After striking an audacious 25-yard effort wide, Rodriguez put through substitute Lallana to slot home at Federici’s near post to send the 2,216 visiting fans into raptures. It was no less than Pochettino’s side deserved but Reading thought they had pulled one back through Le Fondre. Boruc spilled the former Rotherham forward’s header but was adjudged to have stopped the ball crossing the line, much to the home fans’ annoyance. Saints substitute Guly do Prado should have found the target in stoppage time.