Haws’ late 3 helps BYU hold off Santa Clara 80-74

first_img Associated Press January 12, 2019 /Sports News – Local Haws’ late 3 helps BYU hold off Santa Clara 80-74 BYU never trailed and had its largest lead of the second half at 51-39. The Broncos (10-8, 2-2) steadily edged closer and got the deficit down to three before Haws’ dagger 3-pointer. Written by Trey Wertz had 20 points to lead Santa Clara. Keshawn Justice scored all of his career-high 17 points in the second half, Josip Vrankic had 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Tahj Eaddy added 10. Haws’ catch-and-shoot 3 from the right wing made it 77-71 with 1:33 left in the game. The Cougars (11-8, 3-1 West Coast Conference) made 3 of 4 free throws to secure the win. Haws handed out a career-high-tying eight assists and Luke Worthington added a season-high 13 points for the Cougars. Childs tied a career best with three 3-pointers. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah (AP) — Yoeli Childs had 27 points, TJ Haws added 16 points with a key 3-pointer late, and BYU beat Santa Clara 80-74 on Saturday night. Tags: BYU Cougars Basketball/TJ Haws/WCClast_img read more

TWL host annual silent auction

first_img TWL host annual silent auctionTallahassee Women Lawyers hosted its second annual silent auction recently at the historic Brokaw-McDougall House in Tallahassee.An equal number of art works, books, vacation stays, and other items were offered for bid or sale. A few of the items that sold included: books by local authors and attorneys Judge Terry Lewis, Mark Mustian, Sid Matthews, and Chuck Ehrhardt; framed art prints by Judge Marguerite Davis, former Tallahassee Mayor Dot Inman Crews, two Canadian artists, and numerous artists from across the state; jewelry by Judy Ehrhardt and Judge Marguerite Davis; a week long vacation at a Smokey Mountain home, and an overnight stay and breakfast at the Wakulla Springs Lodge.Two FSU College of Music majors, Andrea Stone and Vivian Jauma, entertained the crowd with piano and violin duets and solos.After all the auction and direct sales were tallied, nearly $4,000 was raised to benefit TWL’s scholarship fund for Florida State University College of Law students, and two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded again this fall. TWL host annual silent auction July 1, 2002 Regular Newslast_img read more

Compliance: CFPB issues policy statement on ‘Compliance Aids’

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced last week it intends to establish a new category of materials that are similar to previous compliance materials but will now be designated “Compliance Aids.” According to the CFPB, this designation will provide the public with greater clarity regarding the legal status and role of the materials released.Currently the CFPB issues resources under such designation as: small entity compliance guides, instructional guides for disclosure forms, executive summaries, summaries of regulation changes, factsheets, flow charts, compliance checklists, frequently asked questions and summary tables.Regulated entities are not required to comply with the Compliance Aids themselves. Regulated entities are only required to comply with the underlying rules and statutes.Rather, Compliance Aids will present requirements of existing rules and statutes in a manner that is useful for compliance professionals, other industry stakeholders and the public. They may also include practical suggestions for how entities might choose to go about complying with those rules and statutes, but may not address all situations. continue reading »last_img read more

Aribo sets Rangers goal target

first_imgRelatedPosts Joe Aribo vows to bounce back from injury Joe Aribo out of Super Eagles friendlies Gerrard gets Aribo, Leon Balogun boost Rangers midfielder, Joe Aribo, has set for himself goal targets in the Scottish League season.After a year in Glasgow, Aribo now feels more a lot comfortable in his surroundings and he is ready to enjoy a productive campaign. He said: “The manager wants me to add more goals to my game to help the team.“I want to be hitting the double-digit figures as a minimum.“We do need to share the goals around more.“Midfielders have to add goals to our game this season.“I wouldn’t say the manager is giving me more freedom now because I had that last year too. “But I have more confidence in my game now and want to keep kicking on.“I feel more established at the club now after my year of learning at Rangers.“I’ve been around the gaffer and the staff and take lots from them in every session, day-in and day-out.“I am only going to improve as a player under such great coaches and from working with the manager.“He has been massive for me. There are just little things on the training field he tells me that will go a long way. It’s nice to be working with him.” Tags: GlasgowJoe AriboRangers FCScottish leaguelast_img read more

Neil McArthur: ‘Best behaviour is paramount during this time of crisis’

first_img Related Articles Neil McArthur, Chief Executive of the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), has written to betting leadership urging the industry to maintain the highest operating standards during ‘uncertain and unsettling times’.Updating stakeholders, McArthur explained that the UKGC’s executive team is carrying out an assessment of the industry-wide impact of the coronavirus, which will influence the Commission’s regulatory approach during 2020.  McArthur emphasised that ‘consumer protections must be paramount’, as the UK obeys isolation and social distancing measures to combat its ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.    “We expect you to act responsibly, especially around individual customer affordability checks and increased social responsibility interactions,” McArthur warned operators. “If we see irresponsible behaviour we will step in immediately. So, whilst I know that the current climate is unprecedented, gambling operators must play their part in making sure that people are kept safe.”The Commission stated that it will continue to scrutinise operator engagement with players, making sure that licensees carry out their full KYC and compliance duties with regards to customer referencing and onboarding procedures. McArthur also underlined that ‘marketing must be conducted in a responsible manner’, with operators abiding by UK advertising codes and monitoring the behaviour of their advertising channels (affiliates, media buys, and partnerships).  He continued: “You must not exploit the current situation for marketing purposes and should be very cautious when seeking to cross-sell online gaming products to customers who signed up with you in order to bet.”Despite facing numerous business disruptions, the UKGC maintained that all operators must continue to work within their licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP).It reiterated that it expects operators to work in a ‘co-operative way and act in accordance with both the letter or the spirit of the regulatory framework we have set’.Closing his statement, McArthur invited operators and stakeholders to submit feedback on the impact of COVID-19 to Programme Director Ben Haden to help its own industry assessment. Submit Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 Share UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020last_img read more