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"rolovich" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:00 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Travis buck Sexton show This is a big story going on right now for a lot of you out there You're having to make decisions about what to do as it pertains the COVID vaccine mandate we discussed How exactly this might be shaking out for the Biden administration going forward whether they're actually going to put into place the osha regulations or not they announced that they were going to have a federal vaccine mandate on September 9th we are now sitting here near the end of October and those regulations have still not been released but already there are massive impacts occurring all over the country as different companies and states and localities put their own vaccine mandates into place Now positive Southwest Airlines after what appears to have been a multifaceted issue surrounding the cancellation of all their flights part of that based on calls to us from southwest pilots directly related to the vaccine mandate in that older pilots were taking days off potentially deciding to retire rather than comply with the vaccine mandate while Southwest has now come out and join delta and said they may not be as aggressive in trying to enforce that vaccine mandate as they had been planning In fact they are not going to require at Southwest Airlines People who have been unvaccinated to go on unpaid of leave All right so that's a story worth following But world of sports this is a really interesting story We talk a lot about the courage of your convictions and being willing to stand up for what you believe in despite what the cost might be The last week we were discussing this in the context of Kyrie Irving and NBA basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets who has decided that he is going to refuse New York City's COVID vaccine mandate and will therefore be an eligible to play home games for the nets while as if that were not interesting enough all the way across the country in Washington Washington states football coach has decided that he will not comply with a mandate demanding that he get vaccinated and has quit his job as the head coach of the Washington state cougars they play in the PAC 12 This is a really intriguing story Nick rolovich is the name of the coach four of his assistant coaches also refused to get the COVID vaccine and are now unemployed as well The athletic director pat June talked about dismissing his head football coach Play cut 6 over his refusal to get the COVID vaccine It is disheartening to be here today Our football team is hurting Our WC community is fractured Today we'll have a lasting impact on the young men on our team and the remaining.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:18 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Melodramatic in that Washington should have been ahead of that game for a long long time They just didn't play up for that game And so to finish that game they get to win but they barely got away with wins Yeah And the coach at Arizona in his first season down there struggling trying to get things together the quote after the game was we continue to get into fistfights with our hands tied behind our backs Yeah you're not going to win many games doing that It's been a tough go down there in Tucson And that's the thing that's one of the things we were talking about Jimmy Lake and Chris Peterson the difference Those great coaches who tend to be great long-term can get their teams up for games that aren't great emotional games right Even when you're playing a lesser opponent you don't play down to their competition level You play up at the level that you're used to playing at right That's the decider for excellence in Washington did not play up their they played down their competition They didn't play up to their potential Yeah that was the old John Robinson philosophy too of course a coach at USC with the rams as well But he said you got to win the games you're supposed to win Have to okay You have to win those games And then you should win the games and maybe toss ups And then the big games kind of take care of themselves because emotion brings you up Everybody gets there for the game right Everybody's playing at their peak They're all dialed in But the toss up games you just got to get a break here you got to make an explosive play there You've got to get a penalty on the opposing team somewhere 5 to 8 players We talk about all the time But the games the tough ones Yeah Are the games that you should win because emotionally sometimes especially if you're a really good team it's hard to get up for those games Speaking of emotions you wonder what the emotions will be for Washington state today hosting BYU 9 count from scheme one of 5 pack 12 games that BYU is going to play this year They're already three O but they've lost two other games Out of the pack 12 conference But Nick rolovich no longer the head coach of Washington state I don't know how you want to determine his departure whether he was fired or however you want to determine that But Jake dickers dicker becomes the head coach they're stepping in for assistant coaches gone as well for Washington and say what's the emotional accuracy going to be like at Washington state today It has to be a train wreck I mean and on top of that so the emotions are tough right You just lose the coach you lose the guys that recruited.

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"rolovich" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Party on board Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg With a Bloomberg business of sports report I'm Michael Barr Washington state university fired its football coach Nick rolovich and four visit assistants for failing to comply with the state's COVID-19 vaccination mandate According to the school rolovich the state's highest paid employee applied for religious exemption this month from the mandate among the strictest in the country The school says the team's defensive coordinator Jake dickert will be the acting head coach ESPN reporter Allison Williams said that she was being fired from the Sports Network after refusing to get a coronavirus shot Williams best known for her college football and basketball coverage said on her Instagram page that her request for an accommodation to not get the inoculation was denied She posted on Twitter last month that she was refusing the shot after consulting with their physician because she and her husband were trying to have a second baby ESPN's parent company Walt Disney is one of many businesses requiring that employees get inoculated With a Bloomberg business of sports report on Michael Barr Passive managers who seize change to launch new strategies at distribution channels or exploit new technology to re-engineer the investor experience are often rewarded However in an industry paralyzed with complexity few act with agility or decisively few run their business strategically yet the most competitive managers in the market know.

"rolovich" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:07 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Of the final financial markets, most of the time that doesn't lead to great things. Some fallout from the COVID vaccine mandates, Washington state university has fired head football coach Nick rolovich and four of his assistants after they refused to comply with a state COVID vaccine mandate. Was the highest paid state employee with an annual salary of more than $3 million. He had said he would not get vaccinated, but had declined for weeks when repeatedly asked to explain why. The university said he would be fired for cause because he's unable to meet the requirements outlined in his contract. In the meantime, ESPN reporter Allison Williams is leaving the network after refusing to comply with parent company, Disney's vaccine requirement. She said she decided not to get a COVID vaccine while she and her husband were trying to have a second child. She also said she was not ethically and morally aligned with the vaccine mandate. Because you are starting to see cases or instances where people would rather leave their job than get the vaccines that have been required at this point. We had yesterday the conversation with New Hampshire's governor, mister sununu, where he talked about look, if you're truly a Republican, if a public company or a private company chooses to do this, that is their choice. And I guess some of the questions come back to what the governments requiring and what not. I mean, I've seen few of them say, well, no. We're trying to work on employment issues. And firing people doesn't help the employment situation. I was surprised that someone who was so when I asked in matter of fact, he goes, yeah, fire. They're done. I'm trying to figure out if a company decides to mandate it. And then if you don't get one, you get fired. Did you say that that's a company's choice or that it is? That is the company's choice whether your Friends flower shop or a major hospital association, businesses have always had that. If a business wants to say, you have to get vaccinated to work in my business, that's their choice. It always has been. Those rules have not changed and should not change. You read about a lot of government groups of government employees that are pushing back. Policeman, whatever it is, I keep reading a difference usually in the New York Post. Something like that. There's some carve outs that the Biden administration gave to certain government entities, right? Which was weird. Yeah. And union. There's mothers. It's like how do you read it? I think part of that is negotiations with the union where they say, okay, we have to do it. But it does it doesn't sit well when you were telling other people they have to require it and allowing exemptions in your own ranks. But look, if a company chooses to do this, and I can understand why some companies would. They want to make sure that they're protecting their employees. They want to make sure they're protecting customers. And by the way, there are some employees who want everyone around them to be vaccinated. So it's not just the anti vaxxers who are there. I guess people that have had COVID that at this point say, look, I've had it. I think I got better immunity than you get from the vaccine. I could understand why they might. That wasn't, for example, the ESPN reporters view. I'm not saying that. What if someone did say that? Let's say that you had had it and really had a robust immune response. I think the science says right now that the vaccine will it won't hurt you. I think we've seen we've now seen millions upon millions upon millions of people undertake it and get it. Billions of people have gotten it at this point. And I don't think we're I don't understand the conversation about why not to take it. And take COVID, you could understand. But also, this is my personal view. This idea of transmission. Yes, people say, well, the vaccine doesn't prevent transmission. The vaccine prevents lots of transmission. It doesn't just prevent all transmission. And so if you're trying to reduce the risk of the people around you, potentially giving it to you or to others, you want them to be vaccinated. That was the most we talked about it again and again. That was most disappointing thing that gottlieb came on and said is that you're still shedding virus, even when you're not sick and you're asymptomatic. I was like, it's like, well, that was a turning point, I think. Because up to that point. I think we felt like, okay, we got the vaccines. It's okay. You can go out there. And that was a little bit of a showstopper. But I think it's true. It's usually, I think it'd be much less likely, but it's much, much much less likely. The chance that you can spread it the chance you will get infected and then spread it is significantly lower than if you don't have the vaccine. And by the way, by the way, we're gonna have a conversation very soon in this country, which we haven't even introduced about boosters, which is to say that I think we're going to get to a point where employers are going to say, not only did you have to get the vaccine in the first time, you're going to have to get boosted, otherwise you're not going to work. By the administration, I think it's going to be a very interesting very quick Biden administration. You saw totally jump the gun on that. Couldn't even get its federal agencies. To back them on it. So they're looking at it and they're going to wait till they have stuff before they make it from right now. Part of that was a political discussion. It was what do we want these vaccines to do? Do you want to make sure people don't wind up in the hospital? Or do you want to make sure that they're not transmissible? Are other people? It's not just the science. It's what do we want of these things? And is it fair to take them first? And I think that needs to be brought up to. But once they are approved, then it's going to be and then businesses are going to make these decisions about the boosters on this probably on the same basis of let's reduce the risk to our employees. You'd have to, you know, if the science says you got zero antibodies left, then maybe so. Next, on squawk pod Procter & Gamble reviews its latest quarter and zoomers, household Staples. They want all these foo foo kale based small products. Are you going to keep buying those or are you going to stick with tide? We take it up with vice chairman and incoming CEO, John moeller. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club of Jim Cramer, be among the first. Get tips straight from Kramer, the only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club. Welcome back to squawk pod. Proctor and gamble, the consumer products giant behind crest pampers to let razors and many other household Staples is raising prices on certain beauty and grooming products to offset increased cost of freight and materials. Inflation in the U.S. is seeing a decade high due to labor and commodity shortages and pandemic related price increases. The Cincinnati Ohio based P and G reported quarterly earnings and revenue this morning that beat Wall Street's expectations, but the higher costs weighed on profits. Joe kernan spoke to the company's soon to be CEO, John Moore. People across the board said you did a great job in your previous roles at PNG. So it probably was not just coming on squawk box every quarter that got you that move. Right? I mean, it's more than just that. I would say. You earned it. It played a part, but it's more important to sustainably delivering results. And I'm joined in that effort by a 100,000 plus colleagues. We just delivered our 13th consecutive quarter of volume, sales, consumption and share growth. We grew our top line globally in 9 out of our ten categories. We held our built share in 36 of our 50 top category country combinations and built aggregate share about 50 basis points. We overcame significant commodity and transportation costs with that strong top line and with our continued cost savings program to deliver earnings per share about equal to last year down 1%, $5 billion of cash returned to share owners. All in a very difficult and volatile operating environment. The results for the quarter, the strength and the breath, then give us the confidence to confirm guidance for our fiscal year which ends in June, top.

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"rolovich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:25 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Or 8 8 8 two three O 8 5 5 8 The John S and James L knight foundation dedicated to promoting informed and engaged communities and committed to helping public radio advance quality journalism in the digital age more at night foundation dot org I have from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly Former president Donald Trump is going to court to try to block the release of information about his final days in office NPR's Ryan Lucas says Trump is suing the national archives and the House committee investigating the January 6th attack at the U.S. capitol building The lawsuit alleges that the House committees request is quote unquote almost limitless in scope It calls it vexatious It calls it an illegal fishing expedition and it says this committee doesn't have any legitimate legislative purpose for these documents The lawsuit also says that a lot of the information in question here is covered by executive privilege And that's the idea that the president can keep private certain documents discussions deliberations with senior advisers about official duties Nick rolovich is out as the head football coach at Washington state role of itch and four of his assistant coaches were fired yesterday after missing the deadline for state employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as mandated by the governor Patch Chun is the school's athletic director Every employee at Washington state university fully understood what had to be done to be in compliance with the governor's proclamation Rolovich's request for a religious exemption was denied He was the highest paid state employee at more than $3 million per year Dow futures are up nearly 200 points this morning This is NPR news And this is WNYC in New York at 7 31 Good morning I'm Cary Nolan As you head out the door this morning we want you to know that there are delays on New Jersey transits northeast Carter north Jersey coast and rare and valley lines and on the subway we've got delays on southbound two and 5 trains That's due to a report of a track fire at east 180th street Chronic weight loss and malnutrition have been added to the list of symptoms known to plague those with long COVID That's the takeaway from a large study recently conducted by northwell health New York's biggest private medical provider The research involved more than 17,000 COVID patients and found nearly one in 5 dealt with serious gastrointestinal problems Science reporter Betsy ladettes says doctors closely followed 700 of these GI patients for 6 months About three months after the release over half of the patients who have suffered from malnutrition were still experiencing this symptom And then 6 months on more than half of the patients were still dealing with an inability to gain weight Some patients had lost up to 20 pounds For more on this story you can head to gothamist dot com Sonny and breezy today will see highs in the upper 60s It will be mostly clear tonight with lows in the mid 50s For tomorrow a bit of a warming trend highs in the mid 70s under sunny skies and the same for Thursday Right now 48° and sunny in New York City Support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from Subaru Subaru has donated more than $30 million to support the adoption rescue transport and health.

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WSU coach Rolovich fired after refusing vaccine

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

WSU coach Rolovich fired after refusing vaccine

"Nick Rolovich is out as head coach at Washington state Rolovich has been fired for refusing a state mandate that all employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen Washington governor Jay Inslee had set a deadline of Monday for thousands of state employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or risk losing their jobs relevant supplied for religious exemption the forty two year old Rolovich was the highest paid state employee with an annual salary of more than three million dollars defensive coordinator Jake decker will be elevated to acting coach

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Everett sitake international 52 Bellevue and Seattle both at 54° It's 6 38 as we continue Neighbors say they have had enough of the homeless camps on school property at broadview Thompson K through 8 Neighbors are up in arms and come almost Caro konnan had a chance to talk to them and get all information about where they stand Our suit that we intend to file at the end of this 60 day period is to get them to stop and remove that encampment immediately We reached out to Seattle public schools for a response and they told us this by email We are continuing to seek a solution and are committed to a compassionate response We will continue to address as appropriate those concerns where you find members of the public The claim demands that the district terminated support of the encampment remove campers and restore student safety at the school That's come as Cara costume reporting coming up on 6 40 and let's talk sports because there is plenty to talk about tonight from baseball to football and a change of coaches and well let's start right there refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccination has caused Washington state university football coach Nick rolovich and some of his assistants their jobs tonight It was the deadline today as we've been reporting for all state employees to either be fully vaccinated or have exemptions for medical or religious beliefs rolovich had applied for the religious exemption and with the termination for cause apparently that was not granted WSU players and a team meeting with athletic director pat Chan to give them news directly and outline plans going forward And the word we have from an ESPN they're reporting tonight that cougars defensive coordinator Jake dickert will become interim head coach Washington huskies coach meantime Jimmy Lake says he's not hitting the panic button as the team's two and four record is staring them right in the face of husky fans who are pushing for true freshman Sam hewer to get a try at quarterback Lake says Dylan Morris had some positives along with the mistakes the dogs play Friday night football in Tucson against Arizona And Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says his players must avoid over trying this week as the deal with another close overtime last to the Steelers and a two and four start to the season Seattle hosting the New Orleans Saints next Monday night And a National Hockey League action after two Seattle crack and trail of flyers 5 to one and now at the top of the fourth Boston 9 Houston Astros in Fenway Park of a check on traffic coming up next.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Us in Bellevue 55° in Seattle downtown 54 same into coma downtown ever temperature also under partly cloudy skies 54 and its seatac international now it is 52 That brings our communities time to 6 26 a shooting investigation underway in Marysville it happened early this morning detectives were called to a Marysville Chevron station on state avenue this after reports of gunfire before dawn Marysville police are continuing to gather clues but we have learned the victim as a man in his 40s and is expected to survive No word yet on what led up to the shooting the suspect last report still on the loose A police chase in shooting in southwest Washington leaves an assault suspect dead Vancouver police say it happened early yesterday morning the Colombian newspaper reports that Clark county sheriff's deputies tried to stop a car in the orchards area and arrest a suspect in an earlier gun assault that person refused to stop and the chase continued until deputies were able to block the car They say the suspect got out and refused to drop a gun And so the officer shot and killed him an independent investigation into that deadly shooting is underway right now in southwest Washington And if you are trying to call 9-1-1 in pierce county today there was an outage the south sound emergency call center that serves businesses and residents reported that outage this morning didn't give a cause for that The agency urged those in need of help to call two 5 three three 8 two 5000 So if you can't get 9-1-1 service tonight again the number to call I'll repeat this two 5 three three 8 two 5000 Again two 5 three three 8 two 5000 And again the big news having to do in sports Washington state university football coach Nick rolovich fired for cause he refused to get the vaccination as required by all state employees for all state employees Saw the religious exemption apparently it was not granted so we will have more on that coming up in our sports update just about ten minutes away right here on komo news It is 6 27 Every day I wake up at 5 to give dad as medicine Every day I wake up at 5 to give dad as medicine at 6 I make his breakfast Every day I wake up at 5 to give dad as medicine.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | Last month

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Wanted children in school for in person learning And today more than 95% are open full time And she says a new study shows masks in schools are working Schools without a mask requirement were three and a half times likelier to have a COVID-19 outbreak than schools that require not She added the CDC is coming up with a test to stay policy for students exposed to the virus but coming to class Derek Dennis ABC News As COVID-19 numbers begin to go down in hospitalizations or plateauing one northwest doctor warns that the damage is already been done Como's Brian Calvert reports If anyone has seen the worst of the virus it's doctor Steve Emerson and now the Idaho doctor and hospital chief warns And sadly today I'm here to tell you that we've lost the war that COVID is here to stay Why this grim assessment we can not vaccinate enough of the public to fully eradicate the disease and absent being able to do that and accomplish herd immunity We now need to move into the phase of recognizing that COVID is going to be a disease to be managed for the long-term future And he's not the only ones This virus is not going to go away as very likely going to continue to circulate Doctor Christine Hahn is Idaho's state epidemiologist She says it's time to be real about COVID Perhaps the pandemic will wane but it will become an endemic because of the number of unvaccinated people an endemic that something that strikes regularly like the flues and other viruses we consistently have to battle Brian Calvert common use What does it take to get a COVID-19 vaccination religious exemption Cuomo's Bill Schwartz got to look at the questions Washington state university of ploys including the cougar's football coach must answer Last July coach Nick rolovich declined the COVID-19 vaccine And for weeks won't say why The reasons for my individual choice you know will remain private Last Saturday his mentor former Hawaii coach June Jones told USA Today rolovich would be applying for a religious exemption WSU's head coach wanted to celebrate a win over Oregon state but instead had to deal with the 10,000 pound gorilla in the room Well confirmed that Not terribly happy with the way it happened I hope there's no player that I coach has to wake up and feel the way I felt today This week role of its again asked about his presumed Catholic religious faith Like I said I think I answered some stuff Saturday And I'd like to talk about Stanford our football team and move forward in that direction With guidance from the state attorney general WSU came up with a few questions to evaluate the vaccination exemption request in a blind review process Here they are Describe your.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Talked to Edmonds athletic director Angie McGuire. Who told her the district canceled two games scheduled for tomorrow. School leaders say metal Dale and Lynnwood High schools both had a person from each program test positive for Covid 19. And after looking at the people's close contact, the teams didn't have the numbers to safely played. It is hard, but I think we come back to this idea of what we always tell our student athletes focus on what we can control and what we can control right now is asking our student athletes to wear masks when they're required to and supposed to and be safe and also encouraging them to Get the vaccine. Although Lin Wood and metal deal will not play Edmonds would weigh will go up against Emerald Ridge High School at the Edmund School District Stadium. That's Cuomo's Tammy Matassa. Officials at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital say they're running low on oxygen. It could be forced to ration health care hospital is closely monitoring its oxygen use. And chief medical officer Dr Marty Brueggemann says that if things take a turn for the worse, it would be safe. It would be saved for patients of the staff knows it can save an influx of the covid 19 patients, plus the staffing shortages, causing the hospital to get close to what is known as Crisis standards of care. They may decide that we don't have the resources to care for you and your chance of survival is low, so we're not going to ask you if you want to be resuscitate or not, We're just not going to be able to do it. Brueggemann says they average between 30 and 40 patients in the waiting room throughout the day and 10% of those leave without being seen by a nurse or doctor. In a coma. Muse Exclusive. The president of Washington State University, attributes the return to campus to vaccines and vaccination rates. W S U football Coach Nick Rolovich is chose not to get a Covid 19 shot for reasons he says, will remain private. Later, Rolovich said he would be would abide by the governor's mandate, which is get vaccinated, get an exemption or get fired. We asked WC President Kirk Schulz about this, He says they're still in conversation with coach Rolovich. We asked if coaching remotely is something the university would allow. I just don't know. Um that's a great question. I think some of this is we're trying to figure out What things are going to look like, and for both him for student athletes that may make that same choice for our own faculty and staff who are going to like to make that same choice. What are those requirements look like? And as you probably know, in certain states now, uh, they have different requirements and we might in the state of Washington. In Oregon or some of the California school. So I think those are all very appropriate questions that are going to have to be answered as we kinda see where everything lands after the first couple weeks of this weeks of the season, and when it comes to football games, fans, 12 and older will need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours starting in October. That's Cuomo's Holly Menino reporting and she says fans will also need to mask up federal way. Police are on the lookout for a suspect in a shooting in a grocery store. Police say it happened if they win call along Southwest campus drive this afternoon. According to federal way police via their Twitter. The suspect was being escorted out of the building after he was refused the sale of alcohol for being intoxicated when he shot at grocery store worker Medical helicopter was used to airlift the 30 year old man to harbor view are at last check. He was listed as critical. Parents of a 9 11 victim are remembering their son at a special presentation in Mercer Island Tonight. Todd Beamer was one of the passengers that tried to gain control of United Airlines flight 93 after terrorists took it over. That plane crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Beamer's father, David, said the people on that plane learned of the other attack while they were in the air, and they knew they had to take actually got together. They considered options. It took a vote. Uh And they decided It's time Todd Beamer High School in federal Ways named after Peggy and.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Vaccinated against Covid 19 Under the governor's mandate, commas Keith Eldridge reports more than 1000 workers are applying for a religious exemption. The state says the need for a sincerely held religious belief that would restrict you from the vaccine and mandate is all that's needed. Not necessarily a church membership or even connection to a formal religion. But Scott, right, Kwame has that so I've been a Christian my whole life. I went to a Christian school grew up in a Christian family, and he has steadfastly opposed to Governor Inslee's Covid 19 vaccination mandate. He's hoping for a religious exemption. He says his state agency, labor and Industries approved it now The second part is for them to accommodate his work situation. My position I don't need to come in contact with the public at all. 151. Religious exemptions have already been granted by Ellen. I. And other state agencies are receiving a lot of requests. That's almost Keith Aldridge in a coma news exclusive. The president of Washington State University attributes to return to campus to vaccines and vaccination rates. W S U Football Coach Nick Rolovich chose not to get Covid. The Covid vaccine for reasons he says, will remain private. Later, Rolovich said he would abide by the governor's mandate, which is get vaccinated, get an exemption or get fired. We asked WC President Kirk Schulz about this, he says there's still in conversation with Coach Rolovich. We asked if coaching remotely is something the university would allow. I just don't know. Um that's a great question. I think some of this is we're trying to figure out What things are going to look like, and for both him for student athletes that may make that same choice for our own faculty and staff who are going to like to make that same choice. What are those requirements look like? And as you probably know, in certain states now, uh, they have different requirements that we might in the state of Washington. In Oregon or some of the California school, So I think those are all very appropriate questions that are going to have to be answered as we kinda see where everything lands after the first couple weeks of this weeks of the season, and when it comes to football games, fans, 12 and older will need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative covid task within 72 hours starting in October, and Cuomo's Holly Menino also reports fans will need to mask up Was it set on purpose?.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"It now The second part is for them to accommodate his work situation. My position I don't need to come in contact with the public at all. 151. Religious exemptions have already been granted by Ellen. I. And other state agencies are receiving a lot of requests to come on news Exclusive. Now the president of Washington State University had tributes, the return to campus to vaccines and vaccination rates. W S U football Coach Nick Rolovich is, uh Rolovich chose not to get a covid 19 shot for reasons he says, will remain private. Later, Rolovich said he would abide by the governor's mandate, which is get vaccinated, get an exemption or get fired. We asked Deputy President Kirk Schulz about this, he says they're still in conversation with Coach Rolovich. We asked if coaching remotely is something the university would allow. I just don't know That's a great question. I think some of this is we're trying to figure out what things are going. Look like and for both him for student athletes that may make that same choice for our own faculty and staff who are going to elect to make that same choice. What are those requirements look like? And as you probably know, in certain states now, uh, they have different requirements and we might in the state of Washington. In Oregon or some of the California school. So I think those are all very appropriate questions that are going to have to be answered as we kinda see where everything lands after the first couple weeks of this weeks of the season, and when it comes to football games, fans, 12 and older will need to show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours starting in October. Almost Holly Menino reports, fans will also have to mask up. The main road to Providence Saint Peter Hospital in Olympia is lined with trailers, trucks and recreational vehicles and often that forces ambulances to reroute because they can't squeeze through. Roger steal lives there along Anson Road, and he says, fellow campers don't always respect the first responders. I've seen cars just sitting in the middle of road talking to people inside or something like that. That's probably a problem in the city of Olympia and Thurston County do plan to remove the RVs parked closest to the hospital. History is being made today by Snoqualmie Casino is it offers its first sports wagering more from Camoes, Cole Miller. Washington joins a growing list of states that allows sports gambling and people are ready to buy I in normally, if I want to make a bad on the Seahawks of the Mariners or something like that. I've got to fly to Las Vegas. John Harrell is happy to skip Sin City and stayed closer to home. I'm really excited, and with the NFL season.

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Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Wash. State Coach Nick Rolovich Plans to Comply With State's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"With Cuomo's bill. Sports Watches football coach reacts to a new covid vaccination mandate WS You. Head coach Nick Rolovich has refused to get the shot, saying it's a private decision at today's football practice, though in Pullman, Rolovich was asked what his plans are now the governor Jay Inslee, is requiring state employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid or have a religious or medical exemption. Well, I plan on following his his mandate. Sure. Are you going to wait until the FDA approves the vaccine to get it? Or are you planning on getting it soon? I'm

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WSU Coach Nick Rolovich Can't Travel to Pac-12 Media Day Since He's Unvaccinated

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

WSU Coach Nick Rolovich Can't Travel to Pac-12 Media Day Since He's Unvaccinated

"More reaction today to Washington State University's football coach deciding not to get vaccinated against Covid 19 and former Cougar Line backer backer Doctor Sarin, Murong says. Obviously, it's your choice and you know, like I'll respect that. But Kind of in the position that he's in. It's disappointing, you know, as the leader and wazoo President Kirk Schulz issued a statement saying that Washington State University expects all students, faculty staff and volunteers to be fully vaccinated before the start of the fall semester. This comes after coach Nick Rolovich announced that he would not attend PAC 12 Media Day next week. Because he is not vaccinated and does not plan to be vaccinated.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Financial Times first year Cougars football coach Nick Rolovich still hasn't held an in person practice with these players he was real time to concentrate on getting to know who our guys are and let them figure out who we are as people and you know I think it's been productive I'm just excited to get on the field when we came meantime WSU president Kirk Schulz planning to hold classes at the Pullman campus this fall university of Washington athletic director Jennifer Cohen will outline worst and best case financial scenarios at this week's U. dub regents meeting and starting Saturday the state of Arizona will allow pro sports leagues to resume practices and play games once they're ready sports updates at ten forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news after years of struggle and success Seattle's bike sharing program may be finished here's come about Markovic in a storage lot in west Seattle hundreds of jump bikes sit idle taken off city streets after uber jumps parent company invested in hand over control of its bikes to align its former competitor now doesn't exist suddenly kind without warning after nearly four years of yellow verses read verses green versus orange some irritated with so many bikes clogging the sidewalks cell right now has no bike shares but only temporary says Lyme it takes a little bit of time to integrate jumps hardware into our systems and that's why we don't see any bikes on the street right now one pulled its green bikes last year when a rider started preferring the red jump bikes the Reds will return says Lyme but with the caviar the city Seattle does not have to spend a dollar to make bikeshare work as long as bank shares pared researcher scooter share is where the money is world wide lime says for bikes to work in Seattle it must allow for scooters in less they're paired it's.

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"rolovich" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome back Nick Rolovich coming up next segment seven hours wide open and again Billy Jackson and Mike Boone hosts are coming up in our number three some other reaction before I continue with that story there is more Joe waiting ten tweets did not process tell Nina where to find oral note not broad did not north rural out if you listen what I just said she knew his whereabouts because she logged into a snap account Snapchat account hello Jared tweets war beaks walking down the snack aisle saying I got something for all you jojo's jojo's and Twinkies M. little Debbie's and not about ours and oreos and everything else one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six all right so with respect to the second part of this story there is more I have always really really respected oral Thomas as a player and I enjoyed having him on this program as I mentioned is extremely well respected around the NFL but having said that this is just further evidence that we just do not know anybody at all ever how many times have I said that on the show we do not know these people any of them so remember when I played that Instagram statement from oral Thomas the one he posted last night knowing what we know now well knowing what we know has been alleged now I want to play that statement one more time listen to what he said is you try to quote get out in front of it so merges statements that.

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"rolovich" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Nick Rolovich coming up next segment seven hours wide open and again Lee Jackson and Mike Boone hosts are coming up in our number three some other reaction before I continue with that story there is more Joe waiting ten tweets did not process tell Nina where to find oral note not broad did not north rollout if you listen what I just said she knew his whereabouts because she logged into a snap account Snapchat account hello Jared tweets war beaks walking down the snack aisle saying I got something for all you jojo's host and Butters and oreos and everything else one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six all right so with respect to the second part of this story there is more I have always really really respected oral Thomas as a player and I enjoyed having him on this program as I mentioned is extremely well respected around the NFL but having said that this is just further evidence that we just do not know anybody at all ever how many times have I said that on the show we do not know these people any of them so remember when I played that Instagram statement from oral Thomas the one he posted last night knowing what we know now well knowing what we know has been alleged now I want to play that statement one more time listen to what he said is you try to quote get out in front of it the merges with me is there that.

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"rolovich" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Your telephone number one eight zero zero six three six eight six eight six I start with that because two things we don't have an interview until forty past our number one and it is smack off season and also made the announcement yesterday or earlier in the week that there is still a five thousand dollar cash prize to the winner of smack on twenty six June nineteenth invite only I did give away a golden ticket yesterday salty Serra got it and not a second too soon so since mac off season started I've ripped two golden tickets I have awarded a single golden ticket and we have a lady Cologne representation it's not guaranteed he'll get on the air that day but she has an invite and you can't win it unless you're in it are coming up at forty past Nick Rolovich is the head football coach in Washington state second hours open third hour loading up already Maleek Jackson a defensive tackle the eagles joins me at the top of our three Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer also in our number three we did not drop a podcast yesterday because I taped it this morning Brooks Kappa is going to be my guest on episode one twenty eight of the German podcast so look for that after the program it will push out one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six follow me on Twitter at Jim Rome if you don't mind and you can email me at Rome R. limit have tech dot com I'm going to start today with the story that probably you would expect me to start with but it's a story the race is a lot more questions than it has answers but here's what we know so far last night raven safety Earl Thomas took to Instagram to post this video from our agency administrator.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Worried about it this question has come up for and I think that when people in their home with bonds bond is going to be pretty unbreakable komo news you may have heard about some car insurance companies giving discounts to drivers as crash rates continue to fall during the pandemic but the consumer federation of America says those discounts aren't being applied evenly in our state a number of traffic crashes fell by thirty percent last month the federation says that means lower costs to insurance company said should be passed on to you so if you haven't received a discount just yet the group suggest calling your insurer or commenting on social media to perhaps light a little bit of a fire under them to make sure you do get one como's Ryan Yamamoto it's time for an update on sports now from the Harley exteriors sports desk college starts to make some tough decisions because of coronavirus impact on sports Kumble's bill supports has more we learned yesterday Washington state university's athletic director Pat Chun and all of the Cougars coaches are taking a five percent pay cut new head coach and Nick Rolovich will lose about a hundred fifty thousand dollars once you and all of the pac twelve schools did not get one million dollars revenue after the NC double a canceled the men's basketball tournament now the university of Cincinnati today halted its men's soccer program which began in nineteen seventy three Major League Soccer will stay in a covert nineteen holding pattern Seattle.

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"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"rolovich" Discussed on KOMO

"Gonna update on sports now into the Harley exterior sports desk and Washington state cougar sports feeling the financial impact of corona virus here's bill Schwarz every pac twelve school lost a million dollars when the NC double a called off its basketball tournament twenty twenty football ticket revenue is slow as fans are deciding whether there will be a season today Washington State University announced athletic director Pat Chun and all of its coaches are taking a five percent pay cut this means new Cougars football coach Nick Rolovich will give up about a hundred and fifty thousand dollars men's basketball coach Kyle Smith about seventy thousand with no in person spring practices allowed Washington husky football holds zoom meetings co defensive coordinator ECA Malloy says videos can actually help players with fundamentals class that starts to regurgitate what we're saying and I think we just take a little bit more in depth in terms of morning thinking that the mental aspect of the game and every element in that part of it then citing corona virus as the reason the XFL today filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy owing several million dollars to creditors and refunds to ticket holders sports updates to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz come on news it's time for the north gamer points precious metals update information and insight for your investment strategy here's Brian Gerrity precious metals such as gold and silver offer investors a way to offset the effect of inflation or weak local currencies investors also make use of gold's lack of correlation with other assets to diversify their portfolios and hedge against currency risk gold and other.

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