SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Supporters of President Donald Trump have heckled Republican U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah in an airport. It illustrates divisions in the Republican Party between Trump loyalists and those ready to accept the results of the presidential election. Romney has been considered Trump’s sharpest GOP critic and is among a group of senators who called for an end to an effort to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win. Video of the airport confrontation posted online Tuesday night came as Trump backers around the U.S. traveled to Washington, D.C., for demonstrations as Congress meets to accept the Electoral College vote.
With the Associate Vice Chancellor, provide leadership foradvancing the division’s strategic initiatives with enrollmentmanagement and enhancing services to effectively meet system wideand campus objectives. Includes collaborative institutional andsegmental partnerships, use of automation, and communicationapproaches. Under direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor for EnrollmentManagement, provide leadership and advocacy as the UniversityRegistrar. UC DavisUniversity RegistrarBudgeted Salary Range: $120,000 to $150,000AnnualFinal Filing Date: May 30, 2021 Oversee broad areas of analysis, policy interpretation, publicand legal accountability, and business development, unique to theUniversity Registrar and to address such areas as confidentiality,compliance and system enhancements. Supervise the Senior Management Staff, provide direction andsupport regarding department operations, personnel, financialmanagement, and strategic activities. Identify opportunities forenhanced collaboration, efficiencies, and student services andtechnology. Inform the Associate Vice Chancellor of all significantissues and issues with potential for liability. Serve as a member of the Enrollment Management Leadership Team,providing advice and counsel to the Associate Vice Chancellor.Serve on a variety of campus and university-wide committeesrepresenting the division. Required Qualifications• Master’s degree or comparable higher education and/orexperience.• A minimum 10 years of progressively responsible experience asa Registrar, Associate Registrar, or in higher education.• Expertise in managing academic records and FERPA policy andprocedures. Comprehensive knowledge of course registration,enrollment and student record keeping policies and practices.• Demonstrated analytical skills to interpret data, identifytrends, and anticipate impacts of proposals on policy andpractices. Strong background in the effective use of technology,and the application of complex student information systems.• Ability to create, implement and evaluate strategic plans,including formulating long and short-term goals, monitoringexpenses, allocating resources, assessing outcomes, and the visionto change processes as needed.• A strong record of professional team building, demonstratedleadership and management ability.• Interpersonal and communication skills to listen and interacteffectively with diverse constituents; to communicate technical andadministrative information in verbal presentations, as well aswritten documents and reports. Preferred Qualifications• Political acumen to effectively represent the University.• Experience working collaboratively with faculty and senioradministrators in achieving organizational objectives.• Experience working with Banner ERP solution• Experience working with diverse populations and variedconstituencies and establishing collaborative relationships.• Experience applying established policy, procedure, standardsto administrative computing systems and to develop policy,procedures, standards, and guidelines.• Financial and administrative organizational skills to manageeffectively in a fast-paced environment, juggling multiple tasksand timelines, and adapting to constantly shifting priorities.• Knowledge of University budgeting practices andprinciples.• Skills to work independently and self-motivate to initiatetasks despite a heavy workload, frequent interruptions, anddistractions.• Experience as university registrar from a large highereducation institution.• Knowledge of public relations/marketing principles. Experienceworking with external media (e.g., television or printreporters).• Knowledge of current national, state, and local educationissues. Working knowledge of UC Davis student registration andrecords policies and implementation procedures. To view full job description and submit an on-lineapplication visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at:http://220.127.116.11/counter.php?id=197232Job ID #: 17135 Special Requirements• This position may be subject to a criminal backgroundinvestigation, drug screen, Live Scan fingerprinting, medicalevaluation clearance, and functional capacity assessment. The University of California, Davis is an AffirmativeAction/Equal Opportunity Employer
Gwenie, 9, relaxes on her pillow Sunday afternoon at her home on Walnut Street. Gwenie is a member of the Sara and Anthony Clark family and she loves lifting spirits all over Los Alamos. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
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CCH Tax Day ReportLegislation has been enacted that permits certain entities to earn a nonrefundable tax credit against Georgia corporation, personal, and insurance premium tax liabilities for making a capital investment in a rural fund, for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2018. The amount of credit is 0% for first two years from the date that the capital investment is made and 15% for next four years multiplied by the purchase price paid to the fund for the capital investment. Unused credit may be carried forward for use in any subsequent tax year. Credits earned by partnerships, limited liability companies, or S corporations may be allocated to it’s partners, members, or shareholders. The credit is subject to recapture under certain circumstances.The legislation also exempts corporations with net worth, including capital stock, paid-in surplus, and earned surplus of no more than $100,000 from corporate net worth tax, for all tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2018.S.B. 133, Laws 2017, effective as noted
Even with spring camp in full swing and their minds fixed on developing depth charts for this fall, Mike Gundy and Co. always have one eye on the recruiting trail. This past weekend the coaching staff hosted a group of recruits for unofficial visits. As we noted in The Reload on Monday, there were a number of big-time visitors.Among those visiting OSU’s campus were a couple of 2019 quarterback prospects, one of whom has held an offer from the Cowboys for nearly a year in Grant Gunnell. According to our interview with Gunnell from last year, Mike Yurcich extended an offer to the towering QB prior to his sophomore season. The contact was made through his head coach at St. Pius X High School in Houston, Texas.“The offensive coordinator [Mike Yurcich] came up to school and told my head coach they were offering me, then my coach told me,” Gunnell told Pistols Firing. “I was super pumped when I heard the news and I called my parents and let them know about it!”https://twitter.com/grantgunnell5/status/848936382361948160?s=09Oklahoma State was just the second school to offer the then 6-5, 203-pound play caller. But it’s a year later and a lot has changed. Not only has he already filled in to over 200 pounds heading into his junior year, he set the world on fire with his sophomore numbers in 2016.Gunnell exploded for 4,970 passing yards and 71 touchdowns to just 11 interceptions in 2016, per 247Sports. He also completed a cool 70 percent of his pass attempts. Ridiculous.No longer flying under the radar, the four-star pro style QB currently holds more FBS offers than any other player in his class, including from the likes of Texas A&M, Florida State and LSU.“Coach Yurcich (OSU) says if I were to commit there, he’d be shutting everything down. I’m the only guy he wants. That’s what every school has said,” Gunnell told Scout.Gunnell should whittle down his list of top schools soon and OSU hopes their early offer will save them a spot.The other quarterback to visit this weekend was Grant Tisdale, a 2019 recruit from Allen, Texas.The 6-foot-1, 204-pound high school sophomore isn’t as big of a name as the other visiting Grant but does have offers from Texas Tech and Mississippi State, among others. He’s more of a dual-threat prospect who can throw a pretty decent ball, too.Good ball from Allen, TX QB Grant Tisdale. His list includes #RedRaiders and #SMU. pic.twitter.com/rddsGTLtHr— Rivals Camp Series (@RivalsCamp) April 2, 2017Last month at The Opening, Tisdale put up some impressive numbers. According to Scout, who has Tisdale as a four-star prospect, he ran a 4.70 40-yard dash, completed a 4.18 shuttle and showed off a 35.6-inch vertical leap.It’s still early for Tisdale (and Gunnell for that matter). We’ll learn a lot more about both going forward but don’t be surprised if Tisdale’s star continues to rise. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.
Kilgore High School wide receiver and rising senior Jonathan Shepherd has committed to Oklahoma State, he announced Thursday on Twitter:pic.twitter.com/6U3wkY7EX9— Jonathan Shepherd (@Kid_Kuddi15) June 8, 2017Shepherd is the Cowboys’ 14th recruit for 2018. He joins four-star prospect C.J. Moore as the second receiver commit in the class. He’s a three-star prospect by 247Sports and is currently listed at 6’4 and 196 pounds. The 2016 all-district selection held 15 offers in total, including TCU, Kansas State and Texas Tech.Shepherd caught 17 passes for 259 yards and three touchdowns in 2016. He participated in the both the U.S. Army All-American combine in January and the Under Armor All-American Game’s national combine in March.You can watch his highlights here. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.
Bob Stoops’ dad Ron passed away when he was 54 after suffering a heart attack while coaching a HS game & dying on way to the hospital. https://t.co/nW70WeimuF— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) June 7, 2017The most shocking part about all of this is the timing. Stoops is calling it quits a week into June a few days after he made the in-state caravan rounds. That’s a little … bizarre. But it seems to have been motivated by the fact that Lincoln Riley is the next big thing.“It was with sadness that I learned of the decision of Coach Bob Stoops to step down as head football coach at Oklahoma,” said OU president David Boren. “Coach Stoops has made a critically important and lasting contribution to the OU football program. He has led to its restoration as one of the top programs in the nation. His success has helped provide the momentum for major new facilities like the improvements and expansion of the football stadium. Because of his unquestioned personal integrity and high standards, he is one of the most admired college football coaches in America.“His decision to step down at this time was motivated partly by his belief that he has the right successor already in place in the program, Lincoln Riley, and he wanted to pass the leadership on at a time of strength for the program. His decision is typical of his unselfishness and always putting first the best interest of the players and program.”Briefly spoke with two #Sooners on Bob Stoops retirement:”Don’t know what to say.””The campus is in shock right now.”— Nate Feken (@TheGreat_Nate) June 7, 2017 We will have more coverage throughout the day. Sources telling me Bob Stoops told the team “it was just his time to go” & that everything on the staff “will stay the same.” #Sooners @KFOR— Nate Feken (@TheGreat_Nate) June 7, 2017“I’m especially thankful for being able to coach so many talented young men over my 18 years here,” added Stoops. “It has been so rewarding to see these players come to OU and mature over a four or five-year career, and not just on the field. To play a small part in their growth is what I will always cherish the most.“None of my success would have happened without the best fans in the country. I can’t tell you how much I appreciated the 110 consecutive home sellouts. The passion of our fan base is unmatched, and their support has played a huge role in not only home games, but road games and all 18 of our bowl games, as well.“The coaching life is like a relay race and I’m thankful for my turn and am confident as I pass the baton. Carol and I intend on staying in Norman — it is our home. I will be available to Coach Riley and the athletic department in any manner. Thank you all for a lifetime of memories we shared together of 10 conference championships, the 2000 national championship, strong relationships with players and coaches, and the great Oklahoma football fans. Boomer!”Stoops finishes with a 190–48 record including 121-29 in the Big 12 and 14-4 against Oklahoma State. His only national championship came during the 2000 season in a win over Florida State in the Orange Bowl. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up. Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops will inform his team on Wednesday that he will retire after 18 seasons at the helm in Norman.Stoops will not coach the 2017 season.The retirement is not thought to be related to his health or anything regarding NCAA penalties for OU from the NCAA. Stoops, at age 56, just wants out after nearly two decades and two hands’ worth of Big 12 rings.“After 18 years at the University of Oklahoma, I’ve decided to step down as the head football coach,” Stoops said in a statement. “I understand there has been some speculation about my health. My health was not the deciding factor in this decision and I’ve had no incidents that would prevent me from coaching. I feel the timing is perfect to hand over the reins.“The program is in tremendous shape. We have outstanding players and coaches and are poised to make another run at a Big 12 and national championship. We have new state-of-the-art facilities and a great start on next year’s recruiting class. The time is now because Lincoln Riley will provide a seamless transition as the new head coach, capitalizing on an excellent staff that is already in place and providing familiarity and confidence for our players. Now is simply the ideal time for me and our program to make this transition.”As Stoops noted, offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley, age 33 (!), will take over, effective immediately, and he will not be an interim coach. He is the new head man at OU — which means his offseason raise to $1.3 million makes a little bit (or a lot) more sense.Bob Stoops is 56 & has won 10 Big12 titles. I’m told his reasoning for stepping down now is because he’s ready & he wants to “go live life.”— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) June 7, 2017
West Ham move to beat Fulham to Everton midfielder James McCarthyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveEverton midfielder James McCarthy is a surprise target for West Ham.The Daily Mail says West Ham are exploring the possibility of signing McCarthy on loan. The 28-year-old is fit again after a double fracture of his right leg but has not been selected by Marco Silva. McCarthy, who has 18 months left on contract, is also a target for Fulham and West Brom. He has racked up 132 appearances and six goals in all competitions for the club. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Twitter/Maurice WaysAt midnight, Michigan and Nike officially became partners – kicking off an 11-year deal worth $173 million. Fans, as we noted earlier, flooded The M Den overnight to get their hands on new merchandise for the Wolverines. It looks like the Michigan football players have also gotten a look at some of the gear they’ll be wearing on the field this year.Two players – wide receiver Maurice Ways and safety Khaleke Hudson – have posted short videos of Jumpman cleats decked out in Michigan logos. Check them out:??? thank you for blessing us @Jumpman23 ?? pic.twitter.com/EmaDCvCBJu— Moe Ways (@MoeWays) August 1, 2016? pic.twitter.com/ahdKefUojR— Khaleke Hudson (@KhalekeHudson) August 1, 2016Michigan’s full uniforms have yet to be unveiled. We imagine there will be great interest when that happens.