CUs: Comment now on FOM proposal, added flexibility


first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU is seeking comment from member credit unions on the NCUA’s proposed changes to its field of membership (FOM) rule. The changes aim to make it consistent with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit’s decision in the lawsuit brought against the agency by the American Bankers Association.In a Regulatory Alert, NAFCU highlights that the proposal:would re-adopt a provision to allow an applicant to designate a Combined Statistical Area (CSA), or an individual, contiguous portion of CSA, as a well-defined local community (WDLC), provided that the chosen area has a population of 2.5 million or less;further explain the elimination of the requirement to serve the Core-Based Statistical Areas (CBSA) in the NCUA’s 2016 FOM final rule; andcenter_img NCUA headquarterslast_img read more

Mariners continue historic start with extra-inning win vs. Royals


first_imgThe Mariners just keep on winning.With their 7-6 victory in 10 innings over the Royals on Thursday, Seattle is 13-2 through 15 games, which is one of the hottest starts in MLB history. The Brewers of 1987 and the Braves of 1982 are two of the only teams ever with better starts historically, both going 13-0 to begin their respective years.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNOn Thursday, the Mariners continued the formula that has served them so well all season. They hit home runs and they came back to win.Mitch Haniger’s triple to center field in the top of the ninth inning brought two runners around to score to tie it up at 6.The Mariners would add a run in the 10th inning as well to win it on a Dan Vogelbach home run.Avg exit velocity leaders:1. Aaron Judge- 97.82. Daniel Vogelbach- 96.6The tater below? 112.7 mph— Alex Fast (@AlexFast8) April 11, 2019Dee Gordon added a homer as well as this marked the 15th straight game to start the year in which Seattle hit a home run, which is also an MLB record.Studs of the NightAthletics designated hitter Khris Davis went 2-for-5 with two homers and three RBI’s in Oakland’s 8-5 win over the Orioles. He now has nine homers on the season which leads MLB.Indians starter Shane Bieber tossed seven scoreless innings with six strikeouts in Cleveland’s 4-0 win over the Tigers.Cardinals right fielder Jose Martinez went 4-for-5 with a double and an RBI in St. Louis’ 11-7 win over the Dodgers. Dud of the NightBlue Jays closer Ken Giles blew his first save since 2017, allowing two runs while walking three and recording just one out in Toronto’s 7-6 loss to the Red Sox.HighlightWho says you can’t beat the shift on an inside pitch? Joey Votto somehow took a delivery on the inner half and put it past the shift on the left side to put a runner in scoring position. See, you don’t have to pull the ball all the time guys. The Reds beat the Marlins 5-0.OK class, here is today’s lesson in Choking Up 101. It also fulfills your course requirement for Beating The Shift 201. 🎓— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) April 11, 2019What’s NextMets (8-4) at Braves (7-5) 7:20 p.m. ET — The Mets got the better of Atlanta on Thursday, but the Braves have Sean Newcomb (0-0, 1.64 ERA) on the mound, who has been very good to start the season. Zack Wheeler (0-1, 10.24) has been bad for the Mets, so Atlanta may have a chance to get one back on Friday.last_img read more

At the “Drina Regatta” more than 1.000 participants


first_imgThe Organizing Committee of “Drina Regatta– Bratunac2013” is finalizing the preparations for theseventhBratunac Regattawhich is sponsoredand organized bythe Municipality ofBratunac andtraditionally will be heldthe first Saturdayof August (3rd August), of this year. Member ofthe Organizing Committee, OljaČučićsaidthat the aimof the event is to promote tourism in Bratunac areaand the beauty ofthe Drina, to cooperate with other cities of the Drina River, as well aswith neighboringmunicipalities.According to her,last yearat theeventwere about800participants, whilethis yearis expectedbetween1000and1500and about150 vessels.The new thingisthat this year willactivelyparticipatethenewly formedTourist Organization of Municipality ofBratunacandEcoraftingclub“Rajska Plaža” (The Paradise Beach).Startof the Regatta, asin previous yearswill be inOrašnjak atFaković, after 26kilometersof navigation inKrasanpolje, will be provided to allparticipantsa pauseforlunchorganizedinBjelovac, as well as dinneranda sportentertainment program at the “Rajska Plaža” (Paradise Beach).(Source: Nezavisne novine)last_img read more

Beverly Elaine (Brown) Yunker: Oct. 13, 1958 – March 30, 2013


first_imgTo share a memory or leave a condolence please visit Beverly YunkerBeverly Elaine (Brown) Yunker was called to be with her angels Saturday, March 30, 2013.She was born in Wichita October 13, 1958 to Winton and Betty (Bogle) Brown.Beverly was an unselfish loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend to many. We will all miss her very much.Beverly worked for many years in the maintenance department at the Sumner Regional Medical Center where she was always proving she was just as capable and hard working as one of the guys. She was always somebody you could count on if you needed help, especially when it came to keeping flowers alive when all seemed hopeless, or getting the family together for Sunday meals which always meant taking leftovers home.Beverly was preceded in death by her parents Winton and Betty (Bogle) Brown.She is survived by her children Brandon Yunker of Wellington KS, Amber (Levi) Burden of Wellington KS, and Garrett Yunker of Wichita KS; granddaughters Brooklyn and Callie Burden of Wellington;  Brothers Bryan (Sandra) Brown of Rago KS, Brad (Sandy) Brown of Arkansas city KS; Sisters Brenda Beach of Topeka KS, Bonnie (Kelly) Gibson of McPherson; step-brother Stan (Julie) Reynolds of Neodesha.Graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday, April 5, 2013 at the Caldwell City Cemetery, Caldwell, Kansas. Visitation with family present will be held 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday evening at Schaeffer Mortuary. Memorials may be given to the Sumner Regional Medical Center Auxiliary. Arrangements by Schaeffer Mortuary, 6 N. Main, Caldwell.last_img read more