Monthly Archives: August 2022

Gasoline is nearing $4 a gallon, but hurricane season may bring new pains

(The Hill) – The average gas price nationwide is nearing $4 a gallon, part of a nearly 60-day decline from unprecedented peaks earlier this year. However, experts say Mother Nature could quickly push prices back up once hurricane season hits the Gulf Coast. On Wednesday, the national average for a …

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Severe thunderstorms leave 105,000 without power across Michigan

Severe thunderstorms have left more than 105,000 customers across Michigan without power, the National Weather Service said. More rain is possible tonight, they said. DTE Energy’s website showed more than 25,000 outages as of 8 p.m. with large clusters near Dexter, Livonia, Milford, Sterling Heights, Lake Orion, Birch Run, Lapeer …

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Centurion Lewis leads the Scorchers to back-to-back Super Series Cup titles

Gaby Lewis ©: John Crothers A century for captain Gaby Lewis, only eighth in the history of the competition, and their third, along with a 5-fer from Bhavi Devchand, helped the Scorchers secure consecutive Arachas Super Series 50-over-Cup titles with a 7-wicket to gain victory over the Typhoons at Pembroke. …

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NMI HOLDINGS, INC. – 10-Q – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – InsuranceNewsNet

The following analysis should be read in conjunction with our unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements and the notes thereto included in this report and our audited financial statements, notes thereto and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" included in our 2021 10-K, for a more …

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Perth and WA weather: The Bureau of Meteorology is issuing a strong wind warning and fears significant coastal erosion

Western Australians are being told to shut the hatches with more damaging winds that will batter the state after thousands were left without power and property damaged overnight. Destructive winds will continue over Perth and the south of the state, with gusts expected to reach 120km/h along the west coast …

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Marian Central graduate Cody O’Neill returns as athletic director of the Hurricanes – Shaw Local

After Cody O’Neill quit college football and began a career as a college coach, he couldn’t see that day coming. But life threw O’Neill one of the nastiest curveballs of all time in 2020, one that completely reshaped his career path. And on Monday, O’Neill, 20 months away from a …

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Severe thunderstorm warning in effect for Prince George

Could the long weekend’s sunny weather take a turn? Well, Environment Canada thinks so, having issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Prince George. As of August 1 at 10:12 a.m. Environment Canada says conditions are favorable for the development of severe thunderstorms that can potentially produce strong gusts of wind, …

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Graham Hume answers Ireland’s SOS call after Craig Young was banned from the T20 series

Graham Hume has been called up to an Ireland T20 squad for the first time as a replacement for his North West Warriors team-mate Craig Young, who has been ruled out of this week’s games against South Africa in Bristol. Oung was allowed to play against Munster Reds in Friday’s …

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Tic:Toc to Launch Mortgage Brokerage Using AFG Lender Network

About 40% of all mortgage customers have fixed rates; $500 billion will need to be refinanced over the next few years, Jarden estimates. Tic:Toc founder Anthony Baum said this will happen at a time when “refinancing through digital proposals or brokers is easier than it has ever been.” Anthony Baum, …

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