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The Weekend Mauling: 10.16.2021

Forget it, Marge. We already live together, we shouldn’t work together. As the Bible says: ‘Thou shalt not horn in on thy husband’s racket

President Biden Leaves White House For Travel To Connecticut Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Notebook: Former Michigan LB Cornell Wheeler progressing for KU football behind the scenes |
Although former Michigan reserve linebacker Cornell Wheeler hasn’t yet broken into the rotation during his first season with the Kansas football program, defensive coordinator Brian Borland described Wheeler as an “up and comer” behind the scenes.

Kansas volleyball falls to Baylor in 4 sets for second straight day |
Behind a strong defensive effort that held No. 11 Baylor to .185 hitting in the first set, the Kansas volleyball team won the opener, 26-24, and then dropped three in a row — 25-17, 25-22 and 25-19 — to fall to the Bears for the second consecutive day.

3 keys for KU football vs. Texas Tech |
Still in the early stages of new head coach Lance Leipold’s rebuilding project, the Kansas football team’s offense hasn’t produced much in the Jayhawks’ first two Big 12 games. The Jayhawks scored 14 points combined during the eight quarters that accounted for two blowout losses to Baylor and Iowa State.

Kansas guard Remy Martin appreciative of Big 12 preseason honor but hardly satisfied |
It wasn’t that Martin didn’t appreciate it. He did. He said Friday that he was thankful that the conference’s coaches recognized his talent and ability and even happier that his family could take pride in him receiving the honor.

Houston Astros stars Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa down Red Sox with homers in ALCS Game 1 win
HOUSTON -- Astros manager Dusty Baker had the highest of praise for his second baseman and shortstop after Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa fueled a come-from-behind 5-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series on Friday night.

Kliff Kingsbury tests positive for COVID-19, to miss Arizona Cardinals' game against Cleveland Browns
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns after testing positive for COVID-19, the team announced Friday night.

Seattle Seahawks place Russell Wilson, Chris Carson on injured reserve
Wilson injured his right middle finger Oct. 7 against the Los Angeles Rams and underwent surgery last Friday. The earliest he could return is in Week 10 at the Green Bay Packers.

U.S. will accept mixed doses of vaccines from international travelers | Reuters
WASHINGTON, Oct 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said late on Friday that it will accept mixed-dose coronavirus vaccines from international travelers, a boost to travelers from Canada and other places.

New CDC data shows the risk of dying from Covid-19 is 11 times higher for unvaccinated adults than for fully vaccinated adults - CNN
(CNN)Throughout August, the risk of dying from Covid-19 was 11 times higher for unvaccinated adults than for fully vaccinated adults in the United States, according to new data published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Flathead Warming Center hosts grand opening Saturday | Daily Inter Lake
The special event for the low-barrier homeless shelter will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. at the warming center, 889 N. Meridian Rd.

Netflix fires employee who leaked what Dave Chappelle was paid for 'The Closer'
The statement said the information was referenced in a Bloomberg news article, which reported that Netflix spent $24.1 million on “The Closer,” which first aired last week. The article also mentioned the lower budgets for a 2019 Chapelle special, a Bo Burnham special and the nine-episode hit “Squid Game.”

Arlee Graduate Student Works to Preserve Salish Language - Flathead Beacon
MISSOULA – More than 200 Indigenous languages in the United States have gone extinct in the last 400 years, according to the Language Conservancy.

Aspen Decker, a University of Montana graduate student in linguistics from Arlee, wants to ensure the Salish language doesn’t experience a similar fate.

Kalispell Brewing Company’s Oktoberfest - Flathead Beacon
As the end of September looms before us, there is a dawning excitement of the approaching winter — the tilting tint of the foliage from green to golden yellow and fiery reds, the shorter days and cooler nights, a crispness on a razor’s edge between seeing our breath in the air and memories of the smoky, hot summer.