Kansas Jayhawk Notebook: Shakeup for KU Baseball

Jayhawk Playoff Watch: Wiggins puts Luka on a poster, Warriors win 109-100 – Rock Chalk Talk
arguably Andrew Wiggins had the best playoff performance. 27 points, 11 rebounds, 4 dunks including the under which was initially called an offensive foul.

Price retires as a baseball coach at KU – Rock Chalk Talk
For years, Kansas baseball coach Rich Price was apparently in the hot seat, only to come off a wholly strong season or two when fans started calling for a change. This season, fans definitely returned to calling for the change after Price’s side won 20-35 (.364%), including an embarrassing 30-3 loss (yes, that’s not a typo) to TCU on May 14.

Biden says US will respond “militarily” if China attacks Taiwan, but White House insists no policy change | CNN Politics
She did not want to get involved in the Ukraine conflict militarily for obvious reasons. Are you willing to intervene militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that? asked a reporter.

Biden replied, “Yes.” “This is the commitment we made.”

Goldman Sachs says man shot dead on NYC subway was ‘beloved’ banker
Goldman Sachs said the man killed in a New York City subway on Sunday was a valuable banker who worked at the company for nine years.

Report: Southern Baptist Convention leaders mishandled sexual assault allegations CNN
An explosive report released Sunday by an outside company says leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) have mishandled allegations of sexual assault, intimidated victims and their advocates, and resisted attempts at reform for two decades.

“The Simpsons Burn Fox News with Help Hugh Jackman: Putin for President”
Reich, who played his part, sang, “The decline of unions, rampant corporate greed, wrongdoing on Wall Street, and the emergence of short-sighted policies have all contributed to increasing economic inequality, spreading real unemployment, stagnating wages, and lowering the standard of living for millions of Americans.”

CBS News Star Lara Logan Is Now One of the Far Right – The New York Times
The former chief foreign affairs correspondent is now a popular guest on podcasts hosted by the 2020 election doubters and deniers.

Globally 100 million people have been forced from their homes. : NPR
An estimated 100 million people around the world are forcibly displaced, the highest number on record, according to the United Nations.

The United Nations said in its statement that the figure represents 1% of the world’s population and would be equivalent to the fourteenth place in terms of population.

The former British intelligence chief predicts that Putin will be in sanatorium and out of power by 2023
The former head of British intelligence predicted that Russian President Vladimir Putin would be out of power next year and admitted to a medical facility to treat the long-term illness.

Sir Richard Dearlove was head of the UK’s Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6, from 1999 to 2004. He predicted Putin on Wednesday during an episode of the One Decision podcast, which he co-hosted.

A jeweler retires after five decades in the industry | Daily Inter Lake
Prior to opening his current store in Kalispell, McMahon owned a store in Whitefish. Kalispell’s shop was a lawyer’s office and before that it was owned by the family of a Swiss immigrant who had a cattle farm in Kalispell. McMahon bought the storefront in Kalispell in 1997 and after a few years of remodeling, opened full time in 2004.

Installation of pedestrian crossing lights in Kalispell | KECI
On Monday, May 23, pedestrian crossing lights will be activated as part of the Kalispell Parkline Trail and Linear Park project. Distinctive pedestrian walkways and pedestrian warning signs are installed at every intersection from Meridian Road eastbound to 4th Avenue East North.

Coram Post Office is closing this summer – Flathead Beacon
For the past four decades, Kim Pinter and her husband have lived in remote Bad Rock Canyon about seven miles west of Glacier National Park, two and a half miles in the woods off US Highway 2.

Jif’s peanut butter products recalled over possible salmonella concerns – ABC News
The US Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating an outbreak of salmonella infection likely linked to Jif peanut butter products.

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