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Voting locations and more for today's election

Jun. 7—Today is the day voters can either hand in their ballots or go to one of the many polling locations to cast their ballot in person for the June 7 direct primary election.While a majority of those on the ballot are running in uncontested races, there are several key positions on the ballot for both Yuba and Sutter counties.Those running for local contested races in Sutter and Yuba counties include:Sutter County — Dan Flores and Courtney Ortega for Sutter County Board of Supervisors District Two — ...

Jun. 7—Today is the day voters can either hand in their ballots or go to one of the many polling locations to cast their ballot in person for the June 7 direct primary election.

While a majority of those on the ballot are running in uncontested races, there are several key positions on the ballot for both Yuba and Sutter counties.

Those running for local contested races in Sutter and Yuba counties include:

Sutter County — Dan Flores and Courtney Ortega for Sutter County Board of Supervisors District Two — Amanda Hopper and Jennifer Dupre for Sutter County District Attorney

Yuba County — Andy Vasquez, Eric Mallow and Kristopher Kramer for Yuba County Board of Supervisors District One — Jon Messick, Zachary Cross and Bob Bagley for Yuba County Board of Supervisors District Five — Donna Hillegass and Tambra Courtright for Yuba County Clerk — Francisco Reveles and Anna M Meyerpeter-Newman for Yuba County Superintendent of Schools — Brent Hastey and Wayne Bishop for Yuba Water Agency, South Division

In early May, mail-in ballots were sent to each registered voter in Yuba and Sutter counties. To return a completed ballot received by mail, ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received no later than seven days after today. There is no postage required to return a ballot. Mail-in ballots can be deposited at any official drop box by 8 p.m. on Election Day.

Drop boxes are at the following locations in Yuba County: — Yuba County Government Center (parking lot), 915 8th Street, Marysville (available 24/7) — Yuba County Government Center (main lobby), 915 8th Street, Marysville (available during normal business hours) — Linda Fire Protection District, Station 3, 1765 River Oaks Boulevard, Plumas Lake (available 24/7)

Drop boxes are at the following locations in Sutter County: — Sutter County Elections, 1435 Veterans Memorial Circle, Yuba City — Sutter County Clerk Recorder, 433 Second Street, Yuba City — Sutter County Fire Station, 2340 California Street, Sutter — Live Oak City Hall, 9955 Live Oak Boulevard, Live Oak — Pleasant Grove Fire Department, 3100 Howsley Road, Pleasant Grove

For more information about Yuba County elections or to find your polling location, which will be available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today, visit .

"Voters can find their polling place listed on the back of their County Voter Information Guide, or approximately one week before the election voters will be able to look-up their polling place at . The state also has a look-up for voters to locate their polling site: . This site also contains other voter status information," Yuba County Clerk Donna Hillegass previously said. "Voters who wish to vote at a polling site on Election Day will be asked to surrender the ballot they received in the mail. If they are unable to surrender their ballot, poll workers will be required to determine the status of that ballot before a precinct ballot can be issued."

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The rumored Broadcom purchase of VMware could raise enterprise concerns

If chipmaker Broadcom buys virtualization and multi-cloud vendor VMware as rumored, enterprise customers should watch out for whether the deal hampers the software vendor’s innovation, experts say.Others say the purchase—valued to be about $60 billion by the ...

If chipmaker Broadcom buys virtualization and multi-cloud vendor VMware as rumored, enterprise customers should watch out for whether the deal hampers the software vendor’s innovation, experts say.

Others say the purchase—valued to be about $60 billion by the The Wall Street Journal—could be a boon for Broadcom by moving forward its years-long efforts to acquire enterprise technology.

The Journal reported that the companies could announce the deal May 26 when VMware announces its Fiscal 2023 Q1 results. Neither company has responded to the rumors.

Wells Fargo analysts wrote after Bloomberg News’s reported the possible purchase that, “An acquisition of VMware would be considered as making strategic sense; consistent with Broadcom’s focus on building out a deepening enterprise infrastructure software strategy.”

Broadcom has been buying up enterprise technoligies for years including network-switching manufacturer Brocade in November 2016 for nearly $6 billion, software-development firm CA Technologies in November 2018 for $19 billion, and the enterprise-security division of Symantec in August 2019 for more than $10 billion.

To purchase VMware, Broadcom might have to offer a substantial premium on VMware’s current share price, according to an analysis by Bloomberg, as other potential buyers may emerge now that word is out that the company may be for sale. Dell Technologies owned VMware until it spun out on its own in 2021, and Michael Dell still owns 40% of VMware stock.

Experts have suggested Cisco, IBM and Red Hat, Intel or another networking vendor looking to expand its software role might be a better fit for owning VMware, but none of them have stepped forward yet.

Former VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger, now CEO of lntel, told CNBC Monday that, “I’m excited about VMware being an innovative partner for the future and any potential transaction for them.”

Intel and VMware integrate their hardware and software to create what Intel calls a cloud-networking fabric, and Gelsinger said that if the deal goes through he hopes the goal is to promote innovation. “If it’s an economic deal just to route the dollars and cents, then it’s not a good answer... [I]f it doesn’t reinforce innovation, I say no; if it does enable a vibrant cycle of innovation, maybe,” he said.

The deal might be financially sound for Broadcom, but so far the company hasn't had a positive effect on the innovation of the software vendors it's already acquired, said Keith Townsend, principal with The CTO Advisor.

“This is a solid investment for Broadcom. They get to better meet financial goals,” Townsend said. “However, software innovation and integration aren’t at the core of Broadcom’s capabilities. I think they’ve proven that with the post-acquisition resume of both CA and Symantec.” For example, with Symantec, there was talk of putting encryption and data protection directly on Broadcom chips. “We haven’t seen or heard anything since the acquisition," he said.

Daniel Newman, founding partner and principal analyst of Futurum Research blogged that “the deal from a customer and technology side has been met with some concern as Broadcom has been perhaps understated in its post-acquisition strategy with its prior big software bets.”

Given VMware’s importance in enterprise networks, CIOs might well be concerned about what would happen to the company’s multi-cloud and virtualization products under Broadcom’s umbrella. “I’m hearing this a lot, but personally do not find it to be as big of a concern as some,” Newman stated. “Broadcom does have an approach with acquisitions that won’t always make the innovators happy, but the strategy thus far has worked—especially for shareholders.”

Responses on social media to the potential deal call it both the worst thing and the best thing that VMware could do. Its new technology developments would be in the making but how soon they might be realized is unknown.

“There’s the hope that Broadcom plus VMware will lead to some Apple M1-type system-on-a-chip integration for edge uses,” Townsend said. “I don’t see that paying off anytime soon given it took Apple years of development and billions of iPhone sales to perfect their system-on-a-chip design.”

“I don’t see the acquisition as a net positive for customers. There’s no material benefit I can foresee.”

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ACCS Approves Cox As Shelton State President In Permanent Capacity

Shelton State Community College has named Interim President Chris Cox as the next president in a permanent capacity. TUSCALOOSA, AL — The Alabama Community College System Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted to approve the appointment of Interim Shelton State Community College President Chris Cox as the school's president in a permanent capacity.The measure was decided upon during the board's regular meeting on Wednesday, which was held in the Bean Brown Theater on SSCC's Martin campus.Cox expressed his gratitude...

Shelton State Community College has named Interim President Chris Cox as the next president in a permanent capacity.

TUSCALOOSA, AL — The Alabama Community College System Board of Trustees on Wednesday voted to approve the appointment of Interim Shelton State Community College President Chris Cox as the school's president in a permanent capacity.

The measure was decided upon during the board's regular meeting on Wednesday, which was held in the Bean Brown Theater on SSCC's Martin campus.

Cox expressed his gratitude and referred to his role as one of the most important jobs in the community. He also spoke to working with area employers to improve the quality of life for all in the community.

"When I came here, I guess four months ago, sat in this room and really didn't know many people here and had no clue I was going to come here and be president and have served four or five months, it's gone by really fast ... the mission is so good and it's so pure, so it's a privilege to have this opportunity to serve."

The appointment is effective immediately and follows a nationwide search by the board of trustees.

The new hire comes after previous Shelton State Community College President Brad Newman was relieved of his duties in February.

Cox, previously a special assistant to the ACCS chancellor, was named interim president immediately thereafter and has served in the role since.

A native of Geneva, Alabama, Cox previously served as interim president at Northwest-Shoals Community College in Muscle Shoals, Bevill State Community College in Jasper, and Lurleen B. Wallace Community College in Andalusia.

"We have a lot of work here, but we're going to get it done," Cox said, fighting through tears.

In an unrelated measure, Daniel Long was named the next president of Enterprise Community College. He will replace the late Matt Rodgers in the position.

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Ticats sign QBs Matt Shiltz, Jamie Newman

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced Sunday the football club has signed two American quarterbacks including Matt Shiltz and Jamie Newman.Shiltz, 29, dressed in 11 games, including three starts, for the Montreal Alouettes in 2021, completing 49 of 78 pass attempts (62.8 per cent), for 760 yards, three passing touchdowns ...

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced Sunday the football club has signed two American quarterbacks including Matt Shiltz and Jamie Newman.

Shiltz, 29, dressed in 11 games, including three starts, for the Montreal Alouettes in 2021, completing 49 of 78 pass attempts (62.8 per cent), for 760 yards, three passing touchdowns and two interceptions adding 18 carries for 85 yards and one rushing touchdown.

Shiltz and the Als took to Twitter for a farewell.

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I appreciate everything about the city of Montreal for making me feel like home for the last 5 years! Thank you to the fans, staff, coaches, and the players in that locker room. Made some memories with those boys that I’ll hold onto forever. Excited to see what the future brings! https://t.co/65kijrEaJF

— Matt Shiltz (@M_S_one8) February 6, 2022

The six-foot-two, 205-pound native of St. Charles, IL has dressed in 50 games for the Alouettes (2017-2021) over his four-year Canadian Football League career, completing 145 of 237 pass attempts (61.2 per cent) for 1,866 yards with eight touchdowns and 11 interceptions adding 50 carries for 313 yards and two rushing touchdowns.

Shiltz played 29 games over four seasons at Butler University (2012-2015). With the Bulldogs, he completed 324 of 552 passes (59 per cent) for 4,042 yards with 29 passing touchdowns and 13 interceptions while adding 175 carries with 862 yards on the ground and 13 rushing touchdowns.

Newman, 24, spent time with the Philadelphia Eagles (2021) after signing with the club as an undrafted free agent. The six-foot-four, 230-pound native of Graham, NC played 21 games over three seasons (2016-2019) at Wake Forest University after redshirting his freshman year.

As a Demon Deacon he completed 306 of 506 (60.4 per cent) passes for 3,959 yards, 35 passing touchdowns and 16 interceptions also adding 245 carries for 826 yards and 50 rushing touchdowns. Following his three seasons at Wake Forest, Newman transferred to the University of Georgia in 2020 but opted out of the season due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Photos: TOSCA Awards Night

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. Th...

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

Friday evening TOSCA awarded the top 20 Orestimba High School seniors during their evening school rally in front of fellow students, friends and family. The award winners in the class of 2022 were: Izabella Barrera, Amy Bowers, Alexa Castaneda, Shiloh Croffoot, Katherine Diaz, Katherine Diaz, Jocelynn Esquivez, Yareli Figueroa, Kevin Flanders, Jimena Lozano, Haylee Medeiros, Brandon Melo, Alizaya Mendez, Summer Pruett, Esmeralda Sanchez, Samuel Sequeira, Angel Talamantes, Lupita Tello, Ciera Thibodeau, Jayden Vargas, and Natalie Velasquez.

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

Juniors at OHS received a TOSCA annuity of $100 for being the top 20 students. The award winner were honored at the afternoon school rally on Friday. The award recipients included: Jacqueline Aguilar, Yareli Anaya, Alyssa Cordova, Laurie Culpepper, Imani Davenport, Alberto Esquivez, Lina Franco-Rodriguez, Anna Gomez, Ana Sofia Gomez, Shiloh Croffoot, Nancy Hernandez, Mariyon Laurent, Nancy Luna-Baez, Janessa Marquez, Justin Mello, Alondra Mendoza, Alonda Perez, Jessie Rios, Sandra Ruiz-Jadeo, Joselyn Sotelo, Hannah Starr, Gabrielle Swisher, Jewelene Vash, and Jocelyn Zacarias.

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

The top 20 sophomore students of OHS were presented awards at the Orestimba afternoon rally on Friday. The award honorees include: Lizbeth Aguilar, Madison Beach, Chevelle Bettencourt, Anthony Cerna, Leslie Chacon, Drew Felber, Sky Felber, Logan Garcia, Shakty Guzman, Emmanuel Islas, Joselena Madero, America Manzo-Garibay, Reagan Matthews, Daniel McKenzie, Adriana Morales, Martin Moran, Ashley Ortiz, Ramiro Pelayo, Trina Pham, Mia Quevedo, Cynthia Ramirez, Grace Studer, and Andrea Vazquez.

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

Freshmen at Orestimba High were honored during their school assembly last Friday afternoon. The top students of the freshman class were award a $100 annuity. The award winners included: America Aguilera, Maya Barajas, Kim Barcelos, Kaitlin Bennett, Jasmine Cherry, Madison Durbala, Daniel Franco-Rodriguez, Allen Garcia, Jazmine Garcia, Jazmine Garcia, Jesse Gomez, Jesus Gonzalez, Olivia Gray, Isabell Hayes, Joselena Hernandez-Avila, Kyla Hill-Rutland, Azel Lopez-Corona, Jacqueline Lopez-Mendez, Ariel Medina, Emmanuel Medina-Ortiz, David Miller, Yahir Romero, Tylie Roque, Cheyenne Singleton, Julietta Sousa, Kaelin Steven, and Matthew Wales.

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

OHS track and field athletes were honored with TOSCA awards Friday evening during their school rally. The honorees included: Daniel Franco-Rodriguez, Olivia Gray, Kyla Hill-Rutland, Matthew Wales, Lizbeth Aguilar, Chevelle Bettencourt, Drew Felber, Shakty Guzman, Ramiro Pelayo, Alberto Esquivez, Lina Franco-Rodriguez, Hannah Starr, Gabrielle Swisher, Amy Bowers, Alizaya Mendez, Ciera Thibodeau, and Jayden Vargas.

TOSCA (The Orestimba Scholarship Association) for their 29th year honored the top 20 students in grades 8-11 with annuity of $100. This money will be awarded to them once they apply for the TOSCA grant as a senior. This year TOSCA gave out $180,000 to their award recipients, while awarding five $3,000 awards to five students. Over the course of their 29 years TOSCA has given out $2.8 million to their applicants.

At Yolo Middle School the top 20 students of the 8th grade class were selected to receive an annuity of $100 from TOSCA. The students receiving the award were: Ivanna Ascencio, Ashlynn Bell, Katelyn Casillas, Giovani Cerna, Ethan Costa, Liv Felber, Carmen Funez, Evan Gutierrez, Cynthia Hernandez, Klaudia Hey, Anaya Kowalskie, Ella Moore, Genenis Nunez, Isabella Pacheco, Sofiah Ramirez, Dulce Romero, Anthony Ruiz, Petyon Shrider, Jaden Sotelo, Hailey Starr, and Christopher Vaca-Mendoza.

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