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Friday, July 23, 2021

Check Your Policy: A Marine Family's $14K Bill for Base Housing Damage

Like many busy families, Marine Corps Maj. Richard Salchow and his wife, Colleen, are masters of multitasking, especially when it comes to chores -- toss in a load of laundry while watching TV, or before heading out to San Diego's Balboa Park for a day of fun.

The family, who until recently lived at Camp Pendleton, California, did just that on Jan. 18: Colleen threw in the laundry before leaving her base house, not thinking her washing machine was on the fritz. Sure, there was that one-off leak earlier in the month, but the couple was pretty sure it was just a glitch from overstuffing the machine.

Still, when the family returned home that afternoon, they found their first floor completely flooded. The water had seeped beneath the linoleum, causing it to buckle and swell, and the baseboards and drywall were bloated.

Their property manager, Lincoln Military Housing, immediately placed the family in temporary quarters while repairs were made and advised them to file a liability claim under their renters' insurance.

Alabama Football Lands League-High 16 Players on Preseason All-SEC Teams

Crimson Tide selected to win the SEC West, repeat as SEC Champions by those in attendance at SEC Media Days

HOOVER, Ala. | The University of Alabama football team was represented by a league-high 16 student-athletes on the Preseason All-SEC Teams, the league office announced on Friday morning. In addition, the Crimson Tide was selected to finish atop the SEC West and repeat as league champions, according to media members in attendance at SEC Media Days this past week.

Mississippi State's Clegg Ranked By PGA TOUR University

STARKVILLE | PGA TOUR University has announced its Class of 2022 Summer Ranking, highlighting the top 25 rising seniors in NCAA Division I men's golf. Mississippi State's Ford Clegg checks in at No. 19.

The PGA TOUR University Ranking is designed to identify the best college golfers based on winning, competitiveness, and season-long performance. It is developed in partnership with the World Amateur Golf Ranking® (WAGR®) and ranked events include NCAA Division I men's golf tournaments and official PGA TOUR tournaments.

At the conclusion of the 2022 NCAA Championship, the top-15 players in the Class of 2022 will earn status on the Korn Ferry Tour or a PGA TOUR international tour. Players who finish inside the top five will be named to the PGA TOUR U First Team and receive Korn Ferry Tour membership, and the remaining 10 players will be named to the PGA TOUR U Second Team and earn membership on a PGA TOUR international tour.

Clegg was a First Team All-SEC performer in his junior season after leading the Bulldogs with a 71.17 stroke average and five top-10 finishes in 10 events. He shot par or better in 57 percent of his rounds and tied the school record with a 198 54-hole total at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, which also marked the lowest three-day total by a Bulldog since 2014-15.

Vanderbilt University Senior Elijah McAllister one of 109 student-athletes nominated for the AFCA Good Works Team

Senior linebacker Elijah McAllister is one of 109 nationwide nominees for the 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, recognizing football student-athletes across the country for distinguished accomplishments off the field.

FILM REVIEW: ‘Old’ M. Night Shyamalan Turns a Day at the Beach Into a Nightmare of Aging. But Are His Gimmicks Getting Old?

Everyone likes to talk about the big twist at the end of an M. Night Shyamalan movie: Was it good for you? Did you see it coming? Did it turn the rest of the movie into nonsense? (In some Shyamalan films, no twist is required to do that.) Yet for all the attention paid to Shyamalan’s trademark teasing grand finales, it’s the little twists in his movies — the ones that happen along the way  — that can determine whether the film in question is spinning a yarn worth telling or just spinning its wheels.

In “Old,” Shyamalan’s latest is-it-clever-or-just-dumb-or-is-it-both? slow-burn Creepshow, there’s a moment you either get past or you don’t. Guy (Gael García Bernal) and Prisca (Vicky Krieps) are on vacation at a ritzy tropical-island resort along with their two children, 11-year-old Maddox (Alexa Swinton) and 6-year-old Trent (Nolan River). There’s a bit of drama the kids don’t know about; their folks are on the verge of splitting up, and Prisca has had a health scare. Nevertheless, the couple is putting on a good face, and they embrace an offer made by the unctuous Euro resort manager (Gustaf Hammarsten) to take a day trip to a special beach hidden behind a spectacular rocky cliff on the other side of the island. (The van driver is played by Shyamalan, who is now 50. For what it’s worth, he looks remarkably young.)

Sean Penn Won’t Return to Work Until Cast and Crew of Watergate Series ‘Gaslit’ Get COVID Vaccines

Sean Penn has set an ultimatum on the set of the upcoming Starz Watergate series “Gaslit”: either the entire cast and crew receive COVID-19 vaccines, or he’s not returning to work. Although NBCUniversal, “Gaslit’s” studio, imposed mandatory vaccines for “Zone A” cast and crew members (those in close proximity during production) and provided an on-site vaccination clinic for those involved with the production, Penn is putting his foot down. The actor’s representatives confirmed his decision to 'TELL IT LIKE IT IS' Entertainment. 

Penn has offered to facilitate the mandatory-for-all vaccination effort, free of charge, through his nonprofit organization Community Organized Relief Effort.

CBS Fires Station Chiefs in Los Angeles and Chicago Following Misconduct Probe

CBS has ousted the leaders of its O&O stations in Los Angeles and Chicago after concluding a six-month investigation into misconduct claims at the CBS Television Stations group.

Jay Howell is out as general manager of KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV Los Angeles, as is Derek Dalton at WBBM-TV Chicago. The terminations were disclosed in memos Thursday about the conclusion of the investigation sparked by a Los Angeles Times expose on hostile working conditions for women and people of color at a number of CBS O&Os.

In April, former CBS Television Stations president Peter Dunn and David Friend, senior VP of news, were forced out amid allegations that they had made racially charged comments about anchors and reporters and blocked efforts to retain and promote Black journalists, among other accusations.

The departures of Howell and Dalton were confirmed in memos sent Thursday from CBS president-CEO George Cheeks and Wendy McMahon, CBS’ newly appointed president and co-head of CBS News and Stations. (Management of CBS News and CBS Television Stations were combined after Dunn’s ouster.)

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Founded in 1962, The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to military children. For 54 years, we’ve been providing access to affordable education for the children of Marine and Navy Corpsman attending post-high school, under-graduate and career technical education programs. In that time, we have provided more than 37,000 scholarships worth nearly $110 million.