Douglas Kellogg has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Marketing and Sales at the Golden Eagle Resort in Stowe.Kellogg has been at the Golden Eagle since 2004, prior to which he worked in sales at Sugarbush Resort. He is a graduate of Johnson State College with a degree in business.
continue reading » In light of accelerating industry trends and the COVID-19 pandemic, we gave ourselves a challenge: Create a unique credit union concept and build our own vision for the branch of the future from the ground up. Introducing Co-Lab Credit Union!The member experience comes first and foremost, and an open, welcoming design allows members to come in and bank on their own terms. The space supports conversational member interactions as well as private conversations, and the space can be quickly reconfigured for different branching models, after hour events, and to adapt to disruptive events such as COVID-19.The digital experience is integrated into the branch environment as well, with touchscreen tables for new member onboarding and ITMs pulled into the center of the branch for more natural digital transactions.The entire branch, including back-of-house, fully supports the wellbeing of members and staff and demonstrates a commitment to the mission of people helping people in every way possible. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Todd Shute won Tuesday’s Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour feature at Marshalltown Speedway. The IMCA Modified checkers paid $1,000. (Photo by Barry Johnson)MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (June 6) – The decision Todd Shute made right around midnight on Monday paid off with the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour feature win Tuesday at Marshalltown Speedway.Shute held off a very determined Tyler Droste for the $1,000 IMCA Modified victory, his first of the season.“Tyler is a very respectful racer. He was right there,” Shute said following his career 78th win in the division. “It was a very fun race but also very tense.”Shute passed Jimmy Gustin for the front spot on the sixth of 30 laps and denied Droste over the final 10 circuits.Droste ended in second, three car lengths off the pace. Kelly Shryock and 16th starting Darin Duffy closed late and were scored a very close third and fourth, respectively.Gustin, winner of the opening night event at Benton County Speedway on Memorial Day, was fifth.“We haven’t been very stellar this year. I think we changed just about everything we could on the car and didn’t actually decide until about midnight the night before that I’d come,” said Shute. “This is a big race and one we gear up for, and I’ve got a very understanding boss in Gary Shearer at Karl Performance. He’s a drag racer but he gets dirt racing.”The only cautions of the contest came on laps seven and nine. Droste challenged low on the second restart and briefly ran three-wide with Shute and Gustin.Top four spots were contended after midway, with Shryock challenging Gustin for third and then Droste making his a bid for the lead.Droste tried sliders on laps 21 and 27. Shute moved to a lower line in the final laps to seal the win.“I kind of ran all over in (turns) one and two and pretty much ran the top in three and four before getting up to a lapped car late,” said Shute. “I moved to the middle the last three laps and got away from them a little.”Shute’s one previous tour win had come in July of 2013 at Southern Iowa Speedway. He was already on the ballot for the upcoming Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.The third of 10 Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour dates this season is next Tuesday, June 13 at West Liberty Raceway. Deery Brothers Summer Series IMCA Late Models are also on the card that evening.Feature results – 1. Todd Shute, Des Moines; 2. Tyler Droste, Waterloo; 3. Kelly Shryock, Fertile; 4. Darin Duffy, Urbana; 5. Jimmy Gustin, Marshalltown; 6. Kyle Brown, Madrid; 7. Joel Rust, Grundy Center; 8. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 9. Brian Irvine, Oelwein; 10. Jacob Murray, Hartford; 11. Clay Money, Penokee, Kan.; 12. Jesse Hoeft, Forest City; 13. Tim Ward, Harcourt; 14. John Emerson, Waterloo; 15. Corey Dripps, Reinbeck; 16. Nate Hughes, Humboldt; 17. Troy Cordes, Dunkerton; 18. Shane DeMey, Denison; 19. Derek Reimer, Marshalltown; 20. Josh Gilman, Earlham; 21. Jenae Gustin, Marshalltown; 22. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa; 23. Eric Elliott, Boone; 24. Kurt Kile, Nichols.1st heat (top three) – 1. Rust; 2. Ward; 3. Reimer; 4. Todd Inman, Altoona; 5. Cordes; 6. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 7. Kay; 8. Richie Gustin, Gilman; 9. Josh Most, Red Oak; 10. Jacob Murray.2nd heat – 1. Droste; 2. Hughes; 3. Jimmy Gustin; 4. Gilman; 5. Kyle Brown; 6. Jason Murray, Hartford; 7. Cory Sauerman, Johnston; 8. Trent Jackson, Marshalltown; 9. Austin Emry, Kellogg.3rd heat – 1. Shute; 2. Elliott; 3. Money; 4. Emerson; 5. Irvine; 6. DeMey; 7. Cody Knecht, Whittemore; 8. Colby Heishman, Brooklyn; 9. Tyler Gross, Ankeny.4th heat – 1. Shryock; 2. Kile; 3. Carter; 4. Duffy; 5. Dripps; 6. Hoeft; 7. David Brown, Kellogg; 8. Jenae Gustin; 9. Jon Snyder, Ames.1st “B” feature – 1. Irvine; 2. Emerson; 3. Kay; 4. Cordes; 5. Jacob Murray; 6. Inman; 7. Richie Gustin; 8. Knecht; 9. Gross; 10. DeMey; 11. Heishman; 12. Most; 13. Aikey.2nd “B” feature – 1. Kyle Brown; 2. Duffy; 3. Hoeft; 4. Jenae Gustin; 5. Gilman; 6. Dripps; 7. Jason Murray; 8. David Brown; 9. Sauerman; 10. Emry; 11. Snyder; 12. Jackson.
Microsoft falsely advertised Halo 5 split-screen in a console reveal video, but it’s not actually happening. Last night Microsoft announced the overpriced disc-less Xbox One S and released a spoofy video about the new digital-only system. The footage showed two people playing split-screen in Halo 5: Guardians, a game notorious for its absence of the fan-favorite couch co-op/PVP mode. This of course ignited hope that Halo 5 could finally get split-screen support. But 343 Industries says it’s not going to happen. The studio is deep into development on Halo: Infinite, the big new marquee shooter, which is getting a brand new games engine and even a PC port. “Sorry to disappoint but no, split-screen isn’t being added to Halo 5. The footage in question looks to be a little bit of good old fashioned creative liberty in the editing bay,” said 343i’s Brian Jarrard. Halo community team member John Junyszek chimed in to squash some dreams: “Sorry to have to jump in and crush some dreams, but since we’re heads down on Halo Infinite, we don’t have any plans to make major updates – like adding split-screen – to Halo 5. We’re reaching out to see how this came to be in the announcement video, but it’s not something we’re working on,” he said on Reddit. via GIPHY Halo 5 is pretty much done at this point. The studio will continue adding new tweaks and playlist updates, but overall the game shouldn’t get any big new features. Halo 5 isn’t coming to PC, and it won’t get split-screen. The only way to play with other people is to do so online, and you need an Xbox LIVE Gold account. Halo: Infinite will reverse these decisions. The game, touted as Halo 6, will have both split-screen multiplayer and co-op and a version specifically optimized for PC. The studio is making great efforts into this project and it could be the biggest Halo game ever made–I recently predicted Halo: Infinite will be a platform in which future games are built on. Then of course 343i is also working on the massive undertaking of bringing the Master Chief Collection onto PC. The six-game saga will arrive on PC sometime in 2019 complete with PC-level tweaks, customizations, and features designed to leverage the full brunt of today’s GPU might. Right now 343i is just too busy to go back and build on Halo 5…so the game should stay in a kind of static form for the foreseeable future.