Credit union – KR2K http://kr2k.com/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 09:50:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 https://kr2k.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-150x150.png Credit union – KR2K http://kr2k.com/ 32 32 Patriot League Men’s Basketball Recap presented by PenFed Credit Union (1.10.22) https://kr2k.com/patriot-league-mens-basketball-recap-presented-by-penfed-credit-union-1-10-22/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 03:51:53 +0000 https://kr2k.com/patriot-league-mens-basketball-recap-presented-by-penfed-credit-union-1-10-22/ History links AT COLGATE RAIDERS (5-10, 1-1 PL) 76, ARMY WEST POINT BLACK KNIGHTS (9-7, 3-1 PL) 57 Cotterell Court / Hamilton, NY 6 p.m. (ESPN +) THE SCORE OF THE BOX HAMILTON, NY – Fifth-year goaltender Jack Ferguson led five double-digit Raiders with 14 to give Army West Point their first league loss of […]]]>

AT COLGATE RAIDERS (5-10, 1-1 PL) 76, ARMY WEST POINT BLACK KNIGHTS (9-7, 3-1 PL) 57
Cotterell Court / Hamilton, NY 6 p.m. (ESPN +)

THE SCORE OF THE BOX
HAMILTON, NY – Fifth-year goaltender Jack Ferguson led five double-digit Raiders with 14 to give Army West Point their first league loss of the season in a 76-57 decision at Cotterell Court.
* Ferguson eclipsed 1,000 career points by logging on 4 of 8 from Beyond the Arc. He also added eight rebounds, a career-high five steals and three assists.
* Second-year center Jeff Woodward posted his first college double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Woodward knocked down four of the Raiders’ 13 offensive boards, helping Colgate maintain a 17-7 lead on Second Chance points.
* Head guard Tucker Richardson added 13 points and seven rebounds, second-year guard Ryan Moffatt registered 12 points and head guard Nelly Cummings finished with 10 points for a Colgate team that outscored the Black Knights 46-30 in the second half.
* West Point senior army guard Josh Caldwell scored 16 points, a team-high, and delivered six assists.
* Junior forward Chris Mann added 13 points to the Black Knights. Second-year forward Charlie Peterson caught eight boards, a team-high, and senior guard Aaron Duhart finished with seven assists.
SUMMARY: ARMY WEST POINT | COLGATE

HELPERS OF THE NAVY (11-4, 4-0 PL) 69, AT LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS (3-10, 0-2 PL) 55
Kirby Sports Center / Easton, PA 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
THE SCORE OF THE BOX
EASTON, Pennsylvania. Senior Navy guard John Carter Jr. scored 19 points, a game-high, and picked up six rebounds to lead the contenders to a 69-55 victory over Lafayette to remain undefeated in the championship.
* Junior forward Tyler Nelson added 11 points for a balanced attack by the Mids who had 10 players in the scoring column.
* Young goalie Patrick Dorsey finished with a team-high seven rebounds and four steals for a Navy team that scored 18 points on 15 Lafayette turnovers.
* The Navy once again received significant production from its bench unit, surpassing the Leopards’ reserves, 21-7.
* Lafayette senior guard Tyrone Perry and junior forward Neal Quinn led the Leopards with 14 points each.
* Quinn recorded his fourth double-double of the season adding 10 rebounds.
SUMMARY: NAVY | LAFAYETTE

AT LOYOLA MARYLAND GREYHOUNDS (9-6, 3-1 PL) 71, BUCKNELL BISON (3-13, 0-4 PL) 67
Reitz Arena / Baltimore, Maryland 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
THE SCORE OF THE BOX
BALTIMORELoyola Maryland junior guard Cam Spencer scored a high 26 points on 11 of 18 shots to lead the Greyhounds to a 71-67 victory over Bucknell on Monday night at Reitz Arena.
* Spencer, the Patriot League’s leading scorer, also added six rebounds, three assists and two steals to help the Greyhounds secure their third win in four League games.
* Senior goaltender Jaylin Andrews added 19 points on 7 of 13 shots from the ground to help the Greyhounds connect on 51.7% of their attempts from the ground.
* Bucknell’s senior guard Andrew Funk, the League’s second-leading scorer, finished with a high 21 points and helped the Bison clear a double-digit deficit to stay within two possessions for the final seven minutes of Game.
* Junior forward Jake van der Heijden and junior center Alex Timmerman scored 11 and 10 points respectively, and second-year center Andre Screen posted a game-high eight rebounds to go along with his nine points and two interceptions.
SUMMARY: BUCKNELL | LOYOLA MARYLAND

AT LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS (5-11, 3-1 PL) 77, HOLY CRUSADERS (3-13, 1-3 PL) 69
Stabler Arena / Bethlehem, PA 7 p.m. (ESPN +)
THE SCORE OF THE BOX
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania.Lehigh fifth-year goaltender Marques Wilson scored 17 points, a team-high, and junior goaltender Evan Taylor posted a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Mountain Hawks to a victory of 77-69 against Holy Cross at Stabler Arena.
* Freshman guard Keith Higgins Jr., named Patriot League Rookie of the Week earlier today, added 12 points. Second-year center Dominic Parolin scored 12 points and collected nine rebounds to help Lehigh move to 3-1 in the league.
* Holy Cross senior forward Gerrale Gates scored 21 points, a game-high, and had nine rebounds to lead the Crusaders.
* First-year goaltender Kyrell Luc finished with 17 points and seven rebounds, and second-year goaltender DaJion Humphrey added 15 points for the Crusaders.
SUMMARY: HOLY CROSS | LEHIGH

BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS (11-6, 2-2 PL) 79, AT AMERICAN EAGLES (4-10, 0-2 PL) 53
Bender Arena / Washington, DC 7 p.m. (CBSSN)
THE SCORE OF THE BOX
WASHINGTON Boston University graduate guard Javante McCoy scored a high 25 points on 11 of 18 shots to lead the Terriers to a 79-53 victory over American University in a televised game at the nationwide on CBS Sports Network.
* The Terriers got double doubles from graduate student forward Sukhmail Mathon, who finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds, and senior forward Walter Whyte, who added 17 points and 10 rebounds to help end the game. a streak of two consecutive losses in the League.
* Second-year US forward Matt Rogers led three double-digit Eagles with 13 points. Rogers connected on 6 of 9 from the floor while adding four rebounds and three assists.
* Senior forward Josh Alexander added 12 points, and second-year guard Colin Smalls finished with 10 points for the shorthanded Eagles.
SUMMARY: AMERICAN | UNIVERSITY OF BOSTON

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The Patriot League is in its fourth decade of academic and athletic success, continuously demonstrating that the student-athlete can excel in both academics and athletics without sacrificing high standards. The sporting success of the Patriot League is achieved while its member institutions remain committed to its founding principle of admitting and developing student-athletes who are academically representative of their class. Participation in athletics in the institutions of the Patriot League is considered an important part of a well-rounded education.

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North County Business Records, January 9 https://kr2k.com/north-county-business-records-january-9/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 08:00:46 +0000 https://kr2k.com/north-county-business-records-january-9/ CARLSBAD La Costa health club reopens The 24 Hour Fitness La Costa Club has reopened and will offer a hybrid experience combining group fitness classes, world-class equipment, one-on-one in-person training and a variety of virtual fitness options. The 40,000-square-foot, two-story club includes amenities such as GX24 and cycling studios; Zumba, BodyPump and POP Pilates workouts; […]]]>

CARLSBAD

La Costa health club reopens

The 24 Hour Fitness La Costa Club has reopened and will offer a hybrid experience combining group fitness classes, world-class equipment, one-on-one in-person training and a variety of virtual fitness options. The 40,000-square-foot, two-story club includes amenities such as GX24 and cycling studios; Zumba, BodyPump and POP Pilates workouts; and rows of cardio and weight machines, as well as free weights for all fitness levels. All 24-hour fitness clubs offer contactless check-in through a personalized fitness app. To discover the club, download a free guest pass on https://www.24hourfitness.com/LaCosta. The club is at 3409 Via Montebello. Call (760) 704-0369.

ESCONDIDO

Grants available to help with employment

Grants are available from the Escondido Community Foundation to support organizations that provide the workforce development resources necessary for the economic growth of Escondido. In the 2022-2023 grant cycle, the foundation, affiliated with the San Diego Foundation, invites local organizations to submit a letter of intent specifically for projects at Escondido. The foundation engages in programs that provide resources for job preparation, matchmaking, internships, job training, advancement opportunities, and technology education. These projects should be achievable within 12 months and have long-term sustainability prospects. Find information and applications on sdfoundation.org/programs/regional-affiliates/escondido (scroll to “Grants”). Submissions must be sent by 5:00 p.m. on January 24. To join the foundation, send an email to trudy@sdfoundation.org.

NORTH COUNTY

Free financial courses offered

The San Diego County Credit Union and the San Diego County Library System host financial wellness Wednesday presentations on a variety of topics aimed at improving financial health. Everyone is encouraged to attend the virtual webinars. SDCCU offers nearly two dozen different financial wellness webinars, including 6 Steps to Creating a Personal Budget, Understanding Your Spending and Financial Behaviors, Simple Ways to Cut Spending, Teaching Your Teen About Money, the keys to homeownership, managing a leave or a layoff. , The Current Scams and How to Protect Your Finances, The Millennial’s Guide to Savings, Elder Financial Abuse Prevention, and SDCCU’s Biz Kid $ to help teach kids about money and business. The topics for the Wednesday Financial Wellbeing webinars change weekly. Find the schedule on sdccu.com/fww. To access other resources on financial well-being, visit sdccu.com/connaissance.

Regional Connect Networking Event Package

The North San Diego Business Chamber is having its first Regional Connect networking event of the year at 4 p.m. Wednesday on the outdoor patio of The Grille at Maderas Golf Club, 17750 Old Coach Road in Poway. Members are admitted free with pre-registration, otherwise the cost is $ 10 on the day of the event. Admission of guests is $ 35. Participation limited to the first 120 registrations. Register before 2 p.m. Tuesday at https://bit.ly/32SWYIh. Regional Connect and chamber members will receive the guest list to effectively plan their networking.

The tax credit program opens applications

The California Competes Tax Credit is a disposable income tax credit for businesses wishing to relocate to California or stay and expand in California. Businesses in any industry, size, or location can claim more than $ 180 million in tax credits during one or more claim periods each year. For the 2021-2022 fiscal year, GO-Biz will accept applications until January 24 and March 7 to 28. Prior to each application period, GO-Biz hosts online webinars about the program. All companies are encouraged to view the webinars to see instructions on how to apply. Register for a webinar on business.ca.gov/california-competes-tax-credit.

POWAY

Room combines mixer, wellness expo

The Poway Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to a health and wellness exhibit starting at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 27 at the Poway Unified School District office, 15250 Avenue of Science, San Diego. This event combines the Monthly Blender with the Health Exhibit so guests can meet local vendors, learn helpful tips, win prizes and more. Healthcare and wellness providers interested in a provider space can register through the registration link. Members of the chamber can exhibit for $ 25, non-members for $ 75 (if you join the chamber afterwards, $ 50 will be used to cover your registration fee.) One table will be provided per exhibitor. The community is invited to attend for free, but registration is required at https://bit.ly/3sYxlQZ. If you register and do not receive a registration confirmation email, call the office at (858) 748-0016.

Send articles at least two weeks before the events to northcounty@sduniontribune.com. Please put “Business News” in the subject line.


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Former California CU employee gets 18 months of house arrest for $ 1 million theft https://kr2k.com/former-california-cu-employee-gets-18-months-of-house-arrest-for-1-million-theft/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 21:20:50 +0000 https://kr2k.com/former-california-cu-employee-gets-18-months-of-house-arrest-for-1-million-theft/ Source: Shutterstock. A California federal judge on Thursday sentenced former business credit firm Indira Mohabir to 18 months of house arrest for opening nearly $ 3 million in lines of credit for her boyfriend, causing more than $ 1 million losses at a California credit union. Los Angeles District Court Judge Andre Birotte Jr. also […]]]>
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A California federal judge on Thursday sentenced former business credit firm Indira Mohabir to 18 months of house arrest for opening nearly $ 3 million in lines of credit for her boyfriend, causing more than $ 1 million losses at a California credit union.

Los Angeles District Court Judge Andre Birotte Jr. also sentenced Phillip Cook on Thursday to six months in federal prison and 12 months in house arrest, according to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California. A hearing to determine compensation is scheduled for March.

Federal prosecutors have asked the federal judge to impose a 57-month prison sentence on Mohabir because she still refuses to accept responsibility for her conduct, including refusing to admit that she did anything wrong, or that she should take any responsibility or suffer consequences for the grand scheme of fraud she perpetrated, indicating a strong possibility of recidivism, according to a conviction memo filed by prosecutors.

“The sentence should also send a strong warning to others that insider banking fraud is taken seriously and punished accordingly,” prosecutors wrote. “This should make other bank insiders think twice before abusing their privileged position for their own benefit or that of others. Overall, a sentence of 57 months is sufficient but not more than necessary to serve the purposes of the sentence. “

Additionally, prosecutors pointed out in text messages and emails she sent to Cook in the months and years following her arrest in August 2016, she has demonstrated that she would do it again if she could.

“The defendant went to work at another bank after the WFCU – Western Federal Credit Union, now the $ 3.5 billion Unify Financial Credit Union at Torrance – terminated her employment, and texting and e- mails show that she was again attempting to abuse her internal position to open even more lines of credit for Cook, ”prosecutors said.

Mohabir’s lawyer declined to comment when reached on Friday by CU time. Cook’s lawyer also did not comment.

Following a three-day trial in December 2018, a Los Angeles jury found Mohabir guilty of 15 counts of conspiracy to commit insider fraud and fraud at a financial institution.

Through a dedicated business hotline, Mohabir met Cook in November 2014 and they quickly began a romantic relationship. Cook lured the former credit union employee with flowers, promised to take her on exotic trips, and sent her gifts, including a check for $ 50,000 drawn on lines of credit she had previously opened for him – a check that was intercepted at the credit union, according to trial evidence.

During their romantic talks, interspersed with discussions of how to open lines of credit, Mohabir agreed to use his position to help Cook open those lines of credit, prosecutors said.

According to testimony from his supervisors and a credit union fraud investigator, Mohabir opened lines of credit outside of his authority and without the necessary approvals from the credit union. Credit union records supported their testimony. Mohabir succeeded in opening the lines of credit by bypassing and bypassing internal controls.

As part of the program, the former credit union employee sent Cook the internal credit union policies and procedures so the couple could discuss ways to get around them. She also offered to bypass required verification steps, such as securing tax returns for loan applications submitted by Cook.

In one case, Mohabir got an approved $ 50,000 line of credit by lying to a senior executive that it had been approved by insurers, according to court documents.

Nonetheless, as it became increasingly difficult for Mohabir to get approval for lines through the normal subscription process, she changed course at the end of December 2014 by opening lines directly from the credit union system via a loan program that the credit union had in place for business clients. called the Visa Platinum Business program.

Although lines of credit were capped at $ 50,000, Mohabir soon realized that there was nothing in the system to prevent him from increasing the limit to $ 100,000. Over the course of two weeks in January 2015, she opened more than $ 2.1 million of the $ 2.7 million in lines of credit she opened for Cook. In a single day, Mohabir opened eight separate lines of credit worth $ 775,000, prosecutors said.

She hid the lines of credit by excluding them from the weekly pipeline reports she prepared for the business services department. No one at the credit union knew about the fraudulent lines of credit and no one approved the lines, according to federal prosecutors.

However, on January 21, 2015, a credit union fraud auditor / investigator was reviewing a routine audit report and discovered the unauthorized lines of credit. The auditor froze the accounts and seized as many funds as possible, including intercepting the check for $ 50,000 from Cook to Mohabir.

The credit union immediately contacted the police and fired Mohabir.


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CU donations come for Colorado fire relief https://kr2k.com/cu-donations-come-for-colorado-fire-relief/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 18:00:32 +0000 https://kr2k.com/cu-donations-come-for-colorado-fire-relief/ Boulder, Colorado (Source: Adobe Stock) The Marshall Fire last week in Boulder County, Colorado left thousands displaced, at least two missing and more than 1,000 homes and businesses destroyed. Credit unions in and around the region are stepping up efforts to collect, donate and distribute money to help those affected by the fire rebuild their […]]]>
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The Marshall Fire last week in Boulder County, Colorado left thousands displaced, at least two missing and more than 1,000 homes and businesses destroyed. Credit unions in and around the region are stepping up efforts to collect, donate and distribute money to help those affected by the fire rebuild their lives.

Elevations Credit Union, Canvas Credit Union, Credit Union of Colorado, Westerra Credit Union, Ent Credit Union and many more fundraise, provide emergency financial assistance, or a combination of both, to people who have found themselves stranded on the way to the 6,026 acre Fire on December 30.

Boulder, Colorado-based Elevations Credit Union ($ 3 billion in assets, 174,991 members) and the Elevations Foundation have joined together to match donations submitted through its website up to $ 200,000, 100% of funds being intended to provide relief to individuals and families.

The website said, “Our hearts are broken for our friends and neighbors as we witness the scale of this tragedy. Typically, Elevations members and partners are keen to provide essential support. “

The Denver-based Westterra Credit Union ($ 1.9 billion in assets, 112,682 members) raised donations and said it would contribute up to $ 50,000 to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund.

In the south, Tempe, Ariz. Based TruWest Credit Union ($ 1.4 billion in assets, 91,000 members) announced it has donated $ 25,000 to the firefighting efforts.

“We were shocked and saddened to see this devastating fire raging in South Boulder, Colorado, and we knew we wanted to send our support,” said President and CEO Alan Althouse. “This is what we do as a credit union – we step up our efforts, we reach out and support each other in any way we can. “

According to a statement from TruWest, the donation was split between Elevations CU and the Elevations Foundation and Canvas CU and the Canvas Foundation for $ 12,500 each. The statement read, “The two organizations will match these donations, helping to increase the total to $ 50,000. The Elevations Foundation will work with local agencies to provide assistance to victims of the fire while the Canvas Foundation works through the American Red Cross. All funds raised will provide immediate assistance in the form of food, temporary accommodation, gasoline, transportation and insurance deductibles. “

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FBI: Reward increased to $ 15,000 for information on Robins Financial Credit Union armed robbery – 41NBC News https://kr2k.com/fbi-reward-increased-to-15000-for-information-on-robins-financial-credit-union-armed-robbery-41nbc-news/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 19:51:03 +0000 https://kr2k.com/fbi-reward-increased-to-15000-for-information-on-robins-financial-credit-union-armed-robbery-41nbc-news/ The FBI increases his reward to $ 10,000 and Robins Federal Credit Union offers $ 5,000 for information leading to the arrest and charge of a suspect who robbed a bank at gunpoint, resulting in the injury of a bank teller. The FBI is offering a reward of $ 15,000 for information about the armed […]]]>
The FBI increases his reward to $ 10,000 and Robins Federal Credit Union offers $ 5,000 for information leading to the arrest and charge of a suspect who robbed a bank at gunpoint, resulting in the injury of a bank teller.
The FBI is offering a reward of $ 15,000 for information about the armed robbery of the Warner Robins Robins Financial Credit Union on November 22, 2021. (Photo: FBI)

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. (41NBC / WMGT) – The FBI and Robins Financial Credit Union are increasing the reward to $ 15,000 for an armed robbery suspect who has eluded authorities since November 22.

Robins Financial Credit Union added $ 5,000 to the initial $ 10,000 reward offered by the FBI for information leading to the arrest and charge of the person who robbed the credit union under threat of a armed.

According to the FBI, on November 22, 2021, the suspect entered the Robins Financial Credit Union at 853 North Houston Road in Warner Robins, demanded money from the cashiers, and fired a pistol, hitting a cashier.

The bank robbery suspect is described as a fair-skinned black man with a slender build, approximately five feet five inches to five feet seven inches, wearing a black mask, white t-shirt, khaki pants, shoes gray and wearing a black and gray drawstring bag. He escaped in a car stolen from a house in West Imperial Circle, which was later located in the Lake Vista apartment complex at 206 Northlake Drive in Warner Robins.

In November 2021, the FBI offered a reward of $ 5,000, but after several weeks, no arrests were made. If you have any information about this armed robbery, you are encouraged to call the FBI Atlanta / Macon Resident Agency at 478-745-1271 or go to advice.fbi.gov.


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Patriot League Men’s Basketball Recap presented by PenFed Credit Union (1.1.22) https://kr2k.com/patriot-league-mens-basketball-recap-presented-by-penfed-credit-union-1-1-22/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 23:40:34 +0000 https://kr2k.com/patriot-league-mens-basketball-recap-presented-by-penfed-credit-union-1-1-22/ History links AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS (10-4, 1-0 PL) 63, BUCKNELL BISON (3-10, 0-1 PL) 61 Case Gym / Boston Mass. 1 p.m. (ESPN +) THE SCORE OF THE BOX BOSTON – Graduate student forward Sukhmail Mathon recorded his sixth double-double of the season with a career-high 21 points and 18 rebounds to lead Boston […]]]>

AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS (10-4, 1-0 PL) 63, BUCKNELL BISON (3-10, 0-1 PL) 61
Case Gym / Boston Mass. 1 p.m. (ESPN +)

THE SCORE OF THE BOX
BOSTON – Graduate student forward Sukhmail Mathon recorded his sixth double-double of the season with a career-high 21 points and 18 rebounds to lead Boston University to a 63-61 victory over Bucknell at Case Gym.
* Mathon scored the Terriers’ last three points at the free throw line and put in a rebound that sealed the game with two seconds left to fend off a 9-3 Bison run.
* Terriers graduate guard Javante McCoy finished with 17 points and four rebounds, while senior forward Walter Whyte returned to the lineup with 10 points and eight rebounds after an eight-game absence.
* Bucknell senior guard Andrew Funk scored a high 25 points on 11 of 21 shots from the ground to lead the Bison.
* Second-year center Andre Screen finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, while second-year forward Josh Adoh finished with 10 points and four rebounds.
SUMMARY: BUCKNELL | UNIVERSITY OF BOSTON

AT ARMY WEST POINT BLACK KNIGHTS (7-6, 1-0 PL) 77, LOYOLA MARYLAND GREYLANDS (6-6, 0-1 PL) 74 OT
Christl Arena / West Point, NY 2 p.m. (ESPN +)

THE SCORE OF THE BOX
WEST POINT, NY –West Point Army sophomore guard Jalen Rucker scored four of his team-high 21 points in overtime to help the Black Knights hold off Loyola Maryland in a 77- 74 in the League opener at Christl Arena.
* Rucker added three rebounds, two assists and two steals, while senior guard Josh Caldwell posted 16 points, eight rebounds, three assists and two steals to lead the Black Knights.
* Loyola Maryland junior goaltender Cam Spencer finished with a record 26 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals.
* Spencer brought the Greyhounds back from an 18-point second-half deficit, scoring a 3-point draw when regulation time expired.
* Senior guard Kenny Jones finished with 11 points and nine assists, while first-year forward Milos Ilic added 10 points and seven boards for the Greyhounds.
SUMMARY: LOYOLA MARYLAND | ARMY WEST POINT

HELPERS OF THE NAVY (8-4, 1-0 PL) 70, AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE SAINTE-CROIX (2-11, 0-1 PL) 56
Hart Center / Worcester, Mass. 2 p.m. (ESPN +)

THE SCORE OF THE BOX
WORCESTER, Mass. –Senior Navy guard Greg Summers scored 20 points, a game-high, and had five rebounds to lead the Navy to a 70-56 victory at Holy Cross in their League opener.
* Summers connected on 12 of 15 from the free throw line, and junior forward Jaylen Walker contributed 13 points and nine rebounds, a game-high.
* Mids senior guard John Carter Jr. finished with 12 of 4 of 7 shots from the ground, including 3 of 3 from beyond the arc.
* The Mids took advantage of 17 Crusaders turnovers, turning them into 14 points.
* Senior forward Gerrale Gates led the Crusaders with 17 points with three rebounds and three assists, while second-year guard Judson Martindale finished with 12 points and seven rebounds.
SUMMARY: MARINE | THE HOLY CROSS

LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS (3-10, 1-0 PL) 63, AT AMERICAN EAGLES (4-9, 0-1 PL) 61
Bender Arena / Washington, DC 4 p.m. (ESPN +)

THE SCORE OF THE BOX
WASHINGTON –Lehigh junior goaltender Evan Taylor scored a career-high 25 points on 10 of 16 shots from the floor to lead the Mountain Hawks to a 63-61 win in the United States to open the league game.
* The Mountain Hawks trailed up to 19 points in the first half, but shot 51.7% from the ground in the second half to fight back.
* First-year goaltender Keith Higgins Jr. finished with 13 points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals, while senior center Nic Lynch added 12 points and six rebounds to facilitate the return.
* Freshman guard Elijah Stephens led four double-digit Eagles with a career-high 18 points, including five in the final 34 seconds of play.
* Second-year forward Johnny O’Neil posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, as well as three blocks and two steals. Senior guard Jaxon Knotek added 12 points and second-year guard Lorenzo Donadio finished with 10 points.
* The American played without three starters, including senior goaltender Stacy Beckton Jr., senior forward Connor Nelson and second-year goaltender Colin Smalls.
SUMMARY: LEHIGH | AMERICAN

COLGATE RAIDERS (4-9, 0-0 PL) AT LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS (3-8, 0-0 PL)
Kirby Sports Center / Easton, PA 2 p.m. (ESPN +)
EASTON, Pennsylvania. – The Patriot League men’s basketball game between Lafayette and Colgate has been postponed due to COVID protocols within Lafayette’s men’s basketball program. The game between the Leopards and the Raiders will be rescheduled after discussions with the two schools and the League office.

Fans can visit the official Patriot League website – www.patriotleague.org – for up-to-date schedule information for men’s and women’s basketball in addition to 22 other League sports. Almost all of the men’s and women’s basketball in the Patriot League can be seen on ESPN + – www.patriotleague.tv. International viewers can visit www.patriotleague.org/watch for League coverage. Additionally, select Patriot League basketball games will be televised nationally on CBS Sports Network.

ABOUT THE LEAGUE OF PATRIOTS

The Patriot League is in its fourth decade of academic and athletic success, continuously demonstrating that the student-athlete can excel in both academics and athletics without sacrificing high standards. The sporting success of the Patriot League is achieved while its member institutions remain committed to its founding principle of admitting and developing student-athletes who are academically representative of their class. Participation in athletics in the institutions of the Patriot League is considered an important part of a well-rounded education.


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Obituary: Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck – Portland Press Herald https://kr2k.com/obituary-rita-c-ketchum-chubbuck-portland-press-herald/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 06:01:01 +0000 https://kr2k.com/obituary-rita-c-ketchum-chubbuck-portland-press-herald/ Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck 1929 – 2021 WISCASSET – Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck, 92, of Montsweag Valley Road passed away on Sunday, December 26, 2021 at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta. She was born in Bath on January 21, 1929, daughter of Lorenzo and Dora L. (Ouellette) Collins. She graduated from Morse High School in the class […]]]>

Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck 1929 – 2021 WISCASSET – Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck, 92, of Montsweag Valley Road passed away on Sunday, December 26, 2021 at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta. She was born in Bath on January 21, 1929, daughter of Lorenzo and Dora L. (Ouellette) Collins. She graduated from Morse High School in the class of 1946 and went on to receive an associate’s degree from Gorham State Teachers College. In 1949 she married William H. Ketchum Jr. One of Rita’s first jobs was as an accountant with Sears, Roebuck and Company in Bath. She then became treasurer of St. Mary’s Credit Union and was instrumental in its growth and evolution into the Bath Area Credit Union. She later served as an office manager for a medical practice, was self-employed as a tax preparer, and owned and operated Berrys Mill Yarns in West Bath. She was a member of St. Mary’s Church and Club 42 in Bath. She was also a very active Girl Scout troop leader as her children were growing up. In 1967, she led a group of scouts at Expo ’67 in Montreal, Quebec. Rita’s first husband, William H. Ketchum Jr., died in June 1994. On December 29, 2000, she married Kenneth (“Tink”) Chubbuck who had been a friend of the family for many years. Rita was an avid reader. She was still working on several craft projects at the same time. She loved to knit, sew, paint, travel and most of all spend time with her friends and family. She and Tink have traveled extensively in the United States and abroad in their RV and on cruises. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth Chubbuck of Wiscasset; three daughters, Colleen White and her husband Tom of Portland, Maureen L. Ketchum of Methuen, Mass., and Kathleen Steele and her husband Robert Sr. of Broadway, North Carolina; one son, Matthew Ketchum and his wife Aida of Fort Worth, Texas .; one daughter-in-law, Kendra Chubbuck and her husband John DeWitt of Isle Au Haut; two step-sons, Tim Chubbuck and his wife Patricia of Woolwich, and Fred Chubbuck of Woolwich; seven grandchildren, seven step-grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. She is predeceased by a stepson, Kenneth “Todd” Chubbuck. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Condolences can be made online at http://www.Daiglefuneralhome.com. Arrangements are made by Daigle Funeral Home, 819 High St, Bath. Commemorative contributions can be made in his memory at the Wiscasset Public Library.

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Two credit unions merge to protect members’ savings https://kr2k.com/two-credit-unions-merge-to-protect-members-savings/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 17:23:48 +0000 https://kr2k.com/two-credit-unions-merge-to-protect-members-savings/ Economic news for Wednesday, December 29, 2021 Source: gna.org.gh 2021-12-29 Credit unions merge Agona District Workers’ Co-operative and Church of Christ Credit Unions have successfully merged to secure member savings and also help address current emerging global financial challenges. Mr. Wisdom Yaw Badjessah, president of the merged union who announced it at the special merger […]]]>

Economic news for Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Source: gna.org.gh

Credit unions merge

Agona District Workers’ Co-operative and Church of Christ Credit Unions have successfully merged to secure member savings and also help address current emerging global financial challenges.

Mr. Wisdom Yaw Badjessah, president of the merged union who announced it at the special merger meeting in Agona Swedru, said the deal started in 2019 to address the financial challenges of the two unions.

He said that many financial institutions and microfinance organizations have folded because they could not meet their financial obligations.

The president said the names of the two unions have been changed to Agobaman Co-operative Credit Union to make it more competitive and attractive to residents of Agona West and beyond.

“To be competitive, a credit union must be innovative and thoughtful in its operations,” Badjessah said, adding that one of the main strategies adopted by small credit unions to survive in the slippery financial sector was to start in the merger.

He said the merger of the two unions should have been concluded a long time ago, but the COVID -19 pandemic stalled the process that had finally become a reality.

Mr Badjessah said the merger of two credit unions in Agona West has become a third force that will serve more people for wealth creation and poverty reduction in the region.

The chairman of the board hinted that the credit union is building a magnificent office in Agona Swedru Chapel Square to serve as the main headquarters while the current operating offices will become branches.

He said the building was almost 90% complete and hoped to move in before the end of the year after being officially commissioned by Agona West’s city manager, Mr Evans Onoma Coleman.

Mr. Badjessah called on members to serve as ambassadors to spread the right message to traders, businessmen and women, teachers, transport operators and traders to join the union to increase savings mobilization.


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Now that Christmas is over, what’s next for your living tree? https://kr2k.com/now-that-christmas-is-over-whats-next-for-your-living-tree/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 20:08:44 +0000 https://kr2k.com/now-that-christmas-is-over-whats-next-for-your-living-tree/ AMMON, Idaho (KIFI) – Another Christmas has passed, and if you have a living Christmas tree in your house, the question becomes what to do with it? From Sunday December 26 until just before the bonfire is lit at 6:00 p.m. on January 22. Ammon is planning his next city sponsored event. The bonfire will […]]]>

AMMON, Idaho (KIFI) – Another Christmas has passed, and if you have a living Christmas tree in your house, the question becomes what to do with it? From Sunday December 26 until just before the bonfire is lit at 6:00 p.m. on January 22.

Ammon is planning his next city sponsored event. The bonfire will be on the south side of McCowin Park. Randall Miller, the city’s parks and recreation coordinator, said, “We have banners here, a credit union and they sponsor the event. We are grateful for their help. And yes, you can’t miss it. look for the big pile of trees. We’re off to a good start. “

Miller says to make sure the tree is no longer decorated before placing it on the pile. He also says the bonfire will have vendors with goodies and prizes as well as a DJ playing music. He encouraged everyone in the area to drop their tree to make the fire as big as possible and fun for everyone.

The McCowin Park Repository isn’t the only living Christmas tree repository in the southeastern Idaho area.

In Idaho Falls, you can get to these places:

Football grounds parking lot off Old Butte Road

Washburn Avenue and Michael Street (Reinhart Park)

Fremont Avenue (by recycling bin north of the Science Center)

W. Elva Street (Melaleuca Field parking lot)

N. Water Avenue & Chestnut Street (corner NE)

L. 13e Street and avenue N. Place

tene Emerson Street and Avenue

17e Emerson Street and Avenue

Boulevard S. and rue Rogers

Bennett Avenue and Waid Street

Sunnyside Park (near Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center – SE corner)

South of 1st Street (west side of Meppen)

Sykes Drive and Davidson Drive

Avenue Ashment & 12e Street

Russet Street and Lincoln Drive.

In Rigby:

City officials say you can take him to the INL parking lot near the schools on Highway 48.

and in Rexburg:

City officials say you should place your tree on the side of the street or somewhere near the entrance to your apartment. They will be collected the week following New Year’s Day.

For more information on where to place your old living Christmas tree you can go here.


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Class ring returned to San Antonio woman after being stolen 18 years ago https://kr2k.com/class-ring-returned-to-san-antonio-woman-after-being-stolen-18-years-ago/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 04:34:47 +0000 https://kr2k.com/class-ring-returned-to-san-antonio-woman-after-being-stolen-18-years-ago/ This year has been an unforgettable Christmas for a local woman who regained her class ring after it was stolen 18 years ago. Social media aided Norah Constantino’s journey and showed why this ring means so much to her and her family. “Oh my God, this is so delicate. It is not going good, no […]]]>

This year has been an unforgettable Christmas for a local woman who regained her class ring after it was stolen 18 years ago.

Social media aided Norah Constantino’s journey and showed why this ring means so much to her and her family.

“Oh my God, this is so delicate. It is not going good, no ? But it is amazing. My God, ”Constantino said.

The moment was captured just outside Southside High School where Constantino again received his 1989 class ring.

Everyone’s class ring has memories, a sense of accomplishment. But for Norah, her ring means so much more.

“My mother passed away in 2003 from breast cancer, and a few months later my house was broken into and the items that were taken from my house were my jewelry from my jewelry box. And part of that joy was my class ring, ”Constantino said.

This moving reunion was thanks to the kindness of others. The Abilene Teachers Federal Credit Union found the ring, searched for the high school and name on Google, and made the call.

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“I got my class ring back after 18 years. It’s finally back, ”said Constantino.

Norah is also working to find the rightful owner of another class ring that her parents found years ago.

“I just want to pay up front and hope it gets to the right owner like mine did to me,” Constantino said.

She understands that a class ring can mean more than just graduation. And, as Constantino works to find the one missing this ring, she wants her story to help others.

“Let people know that there are good people and I hope that will inspire others to do good,” Constantino said.

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