16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Happy Wednesday, Credit Union Compliance World. As you know, on July 10th, the CFPB finalized its rule on arbitration agreements. We blogged about the basics of the rule and the epic hero’s journey that is trying to identify its scope. On Monday, thankfully, the CFPB released its Small Entity Compliance Guide regarding the final arbitration rule. While the amount of footnotes involved in discussing the scope should be a clue to the Bureau that the rule is painfully technical, it is nice to have a version written in Standard American English.Thanks to the Equifax breach and the breathtaking cascade of bungled responses in its aftermath, arbitration provisions are back in the limelight. If your credit union is seeking to help assist members affected by the breach, visit NAFCU’s Equifax Data Breach Resources webpage. If you’re angry, know that your feelings are valid and shared. We’ve written to Congress, the CFPB, the FTC and NCUA to ask them to take action to protect credit unions and their members. In the meantime, perhaps this is a good time to take a deeper look at the arbitration rule’s language requirements.From Agreements to Delegates, In Order CategoricalNAFCU has gotten a few questions about when it is appropriate to use the nine different model clauses included in the rule. Below is a breakdown of the various clauses in the rule and when and how they can be used. continue reading »
“To date, Tioga has seen 153 cases of flu, whereas last year at this time I had 89, and the year before that I had 24,” said Bilbrey. If you start showing symptoms of the flu, seek treatment right away. OWEGO (WBNG) — After every holiday season, health officials expect the number of flu cases to go up. The difference with this year is that there was a major spike, and it occurred early. “Good soap and water, wash your hands. When you’re going into the store a lot of times the grocery stores will leave wipes so that you wipe down the grocery carts. Those can get kind of gnarly. If you’re sick, stay home, and get the flu shot,” said Bilbrey. If you’ve been fortunate enough to stay healthy, continue to practice those prevention techniques. “The flu activity started very quick in New York this year. We’re not quite sure why. It’s not just Tioga, it’s state-wide. We tend to spike, we start to see it more moving into January, but we started at the beginning of December,” said Tioga County Supervising Public Health Nurse Barbara Bilbrey. “Fever, chills, weakness, fatigue. If those are the true blue symptoms of the flu, get yourself to a walk-in, get yourself to your doctor. There are medications that you can be put on that can limit the impact of flu,” said Bilbrey. Flu cases have already doubled from this time last year. There are typically two types of the flu virus, Flu A and Flu B. Normally only one prevails each year, but this year both are being seen according to health officials. Helping prevent or limit the spread of the flu virus will protect yourself and others as we all try to stay healthy the rest of the winter.
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The Batesville High School Men’s and Women’s swimming teams traveled to Madison to participate in the Madison Small School Invitational on Saturday morning. Silver Creek and North Harrison rounded out the participating teams.TEAM SCORESMenMadison 387Batesville Bulldogs 275North Harrison 207Silver Creek 111WomenNorth Harrison 315Madison 301Batesville Bulldogs 261Silver Creek 125BULLDOG WINNERSMenEthan Brewer — 100 Fly (59.WomenGwen Martin — 50 Free (28.94)Maria Lopez — 100 Fly (1:11.65)Sonja Gaulin — 100 Free (1:04.77)NOTABLESThe Women’s 200 Free Relay placed first (Lopez, Gaulin, Wonnel, Martin)Second place finishers were Lopez (200 IM), Gaulin (200 Free), Johnson (100 Free, 100 Back), Martin (500 Free), Callahan (500 Free), Moster (100 BR)UP NEXTThe Batesville Bulldogs swim team will be visiting Shelbyville for a Relay-Only Invitational on Dec. 14.Results will be available online here: https://www.swimcloud.com/results/168250/
Infielder Gio Urshela notched No. 49 on Wednesday night, the first of his two long balls in a 14-2 victory. Homers from outfielder Cameron Maybin and Kyle Higashioka brought the tally to 52.No team has ever hit more home runs against an opponent in one season than the Yankees against the Orioles this year.Here’s the record-breaking 49th blast.pic.twitter.com/HQkmZefHFK— Sporting News (@sportingnews) August 8, 2019New York hasn’t even fielded its best lineup for many of its matchups against the Orioles. Injuries ripped through the team early in the campaign, and unheralded Triple-A call-ups and new signings have stepped in. Urshela is among the players to make surprising contributions.Below are the 17 Yankees players to homer off the Orioles this season. This post will be updated if/when more dingers occur.RankPlayerHome Runs1Gleyber Torres102Gary Sanchez93Clint Frazier64Austin Romine35Mike Tauchman36Luke Voit37Cameron Maybin38DJ LeMahieu29Brett Gardner210Aaron Judge211Gio Urshela212Kyle Higashioka213Mike Ford114Didi Gregorius115Greg Bird116Thairo Estrada117Troy Tulowitzki1 New York still has four more games to go against Baltimore in 2019.MORE: Here’s how to watch “ChangeUp,” an MLB whiparound show, for free on DAZN One of the best power-hitting teams in recent memory. One of the worst pitching clubs in the league. An (allegedly) juiced ball. Two stadiums in which home runs are commonplace.Those are some of the factors involved in the Yankees’ 49 home runs against the Orioles this season, an MLB record for any team against any one opponent in a single season.