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Notebook: 2021 Bball Recruit Narrowing in on Decision

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Noel Gallagher outs himself as an anti-masker, the music world responds | Louder
Responding to a tweet in which Brown claimed the term "conspiracy theorist" was "a term invented by the lame stream media to discredit those who can smell and see through the government/media lies and propaganda", Jedward replied: "Hi Ian you discredited yourself with your backward views and non logical actions", and in a follow up tweet, "The public have lost all respect and credibility for your views! Your music and cheekbones are a dream but your tweets are a nightmare."

Fatal crash reported southwest of Kalispell involves 62-year-old woman
At approximately 7 a.m. Tuesday morning, a fatal accident occurred involving a 62-year-old Montana resident on Highway 2 east at mile marker 101 southwest of Kalispell.

The Ballot Battle - Flathead Beacon
On Sept. 3, following passage of a resolution authorizing Flathead County to conduct an all-mail election in November, County Commissioner Randy Brodehl consoled a group of crestfallen constituents outside his chambers.

A Desperate Bid for Survival as Fire Closed In on an Oregon Mountain Town - The New York Times
After wildfires left them trapped on the shores of a reservoir near Detroit, Ore., dozens of people and nine firefighters mounted a last stand, hoping for a miracle.

Democrats lose control of marijuana messaging - POLITICO
Democrats have been scared off by Republicans' use of the marijuana bill to bludgeon Democrats on the lack of a coronavirus deal, and moderates in tight races worry it will be linked to hits they’re already taking over the “defund the police” movement. So instead of embracing the progressive messaging of this bill as an election win, House leaders are now thinking about punting marijuana until after November 3.

Moderna expects to know if its coronavirus vaccine works by November, CEO says
“If the infection rate in the country were to slow down in the next weeks, it could potentially be pushed out in a worst-case scenario in December,” he added.

Les Miles: Kansas football learning how to start fast
David Beaty, the Jayhawks' former coach, regularly spoke to the importance of starting fast and even implemented practice routines in hopes of doing so. Now it's Les Miles who has mentioned the same thing following a game in which his team fell by 15, 38-23, but never had much of a shot because of a start that was anything but fast.

Class of 2021 big Sam Ayomide recruitment beginning to wind down
The recruitment of 6-foot-11 class of 2021 big man Sam Ayomide is starting to narrow down with a list coming in the near future. The Malvern (PA.) Phelps school big man is being prioritized by Memphis, Kansas, Seton Hall, Providence, and VCU and looks to come in as a freshman and make an immediate impact.

3-star Jayden Jones breaks down finalists ahead of commitment
"I know that I want to commit before the football season starts," Jones told "Starting at a new school, that's already a lot of stuff to do. Starting the new season, especially with COVID, it'd just be easier if I go ahead and knock it out of the way before the season starts and I can start focusing on my team."

Report: College basketball "on track" for a Nov 25 start date
College basketball reportedly has a start date in mind. According to Matt Norlander of CBS Sports, the season is on track for a Nov. 25 start date. He adds that it is not a done deal, but it is “likely” headed that way.