At any rate, he went from being an offensive coordinator at one of the biggest programs in the country to a QC guy for a lower level P5 program. I’m not going to get all bent of shape about this being a bad hire, etc. You would like to think with the kind of money Pitt was reportedly throwing around to try to keep both Chaney and Canada that there were some funds available to help them make a bigger splash.
The 34 year old company went public earlier this year and on Wednesday closed trading at $10.15 per share.”This investment will allow ASV to streamline operations and improve customer service by moving its parts distribution in house in Grand Rapids,” DEED Commissioner Shawntera Hardy said in the release Wednesday. “This is a significant move that will keep the company a leader in the compact construction equipment market.”ASV, which competes with companies like Bobcat and Caterpillar, already employs more than 150 people in Grand Rapids. The distribution center jobs to be located at a leased warehouse in Grand Rapids are expected to pay an average of $20.25 an hour plus benefits.DEED is loaning the company $125,000, of which $50,000 could be forgiven, while the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board is offering a $300,000 loan toward the project.ASV reported a $0.5 million quarterly profit on $30.6 million in sales between July and September.
MISSOULA The Treasure State continues to proudly watch the progress of Brock Osweiler. Now the Kalispell native and our Athlete of the Week enjoys a trip back home, before he kicks off his biggest season yet.Osweiler last took a snap in an NFL game on Jan. 3, but he has not slowed down since.
More Than a Word offers a fascinating look inside the growing movement to change the name of the Washington Rdskins football team. Directed by brothers John and Kenn Little, who are members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, the film traces how the word evolved from being a term of racist derision and slander to being embraced as the name of one of the NFL most beloved franchises. It also draws on the voices of Native American activists and scholars to place this controversy within the wider context of Native American history and racial stereotyping more generally..
On Saturday, May 20th, I spent the day with Dennis and Ellen Gonyaw, both originally from Vermont. They had been vacationing in Milo for years, and had often talked about one day owning a campground. When a closed down campground in Milowent on the market, they knew it was time.