COLLEGE STATION, TX – OCTOBER 08: Head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers Butch Jones watches a play in the first half of their game against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field on October 8, 2016 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)Former Tennessee and Cincinnati head coach Butch Jones is meeting with Maryland head coach Mike Locksley today to discuss a position on his staff, sources told The Spun.Jones, who has been an offensive analyst at Alabama this season, is being considered for the position of associate head coach of the Terps. Sources indicate while he would not be Locksley’s offensive coordinator, he would have a role overseeing the offense.Locksley was officially hired by Maryland last week. He served as Alabama’s offensive coordinator this year, so the 48-year-old was a colleague of Jones’ under Nick Saban.Welcome Home!We are excited to announce Michael Locksley as the head coach of Maryland Football. #LOCKedIn ? | #FearTheTurtlehttps://t.co/7ysnt51mQz pic.twitter.com/CLeCcqVDuC— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) December 5, 2018A weekend report from Philly.com indicated Jones was interested in the head coaching vacancy at Temple, but The Spun has learned that is not the case.Prior to joining the staff at Alabama, the 50-year-old Jones was the head coach at Tennessee from 2013-17. He went 34-27 in Knoxville, winning three bowl games in the process.Before taking over the Vols, Jones went 23-14 in three seasons as the head coach at Cincinnati. He got his first head coaching position at Central Michigan in 2007.For his career, Jones is 84-54 as a head coach.Stick with The Spun for further updates on this story.
Marilyn More, ministre de l’Éducation, a rendu hommage aux 10 000 enseignants néo-écossais des écoles publiques, des collèges communautaires et de la Commission de l’enseignement spécial des provinces de l’Atlantique, aujourd’hui 5 octobre, dans le cadre de la Journée mondiale des enseignants. Selon Mme More, cette journée annuelle est une occasion pour tous les Néo-Écossais de remercier les enseignants pour leur travail auprès des élèves. « J’applaudis les enseignants de la Nouvelle-Écosse pour leur engagement et leur dévouement envers l’avenir de nos enfants, a dit la ministre. Une éducation de qualité dépend de la qualité de l’enseignement, et la Nouvelle-Écosse est chanceuse de pouvoir compter sur un si grand nombre de professionnels qualifiés dans les écoles. En fait, nous leur sommes reconnaissants chaque jour de l’année, et non seulement le 5 octobre. » La Journée mondiale des enseignants est célébrée chaque année pour souligner le rôle important que jouent les enseignants. Le thème de cette année est « Enseigner au Canada – On l’a l’affaire! ».
Tina Henrie (right) presents a donation to Scottie Draper from ETV News for the No Grave Goes Unadorned project.Many people have come to know Tina Henrie throughout the years through the local hospitality and tourism industry. Most recently, Henrie secured a spot as the face of the Carbon County Office of Tourism, serving as the specialist for the county.Throughout her career, Henrie has nurtured her love of people and meaningful relationships, which prompted her to create a business that she operates after her traditional workday is done.Over one year ago, Henrie began work as an Independent Scentsy Consultant. Early on, she knew she wanted to give back any chance that she could.“One important motto attached to Scentsy and its consultants is to ‘give back more than you take,’” Henrie said. “With this idea in mind, I am able to donate to groups or individuals that I feel strongly about.”In October, she donated over $200 to a local breast cancer resident who was traveling daily for treatments. Recently, she raised over $170 for the American Heart Association, a very personal fundraiser since her mother passed way a short time ago from heart disease. Her desire to give back has grown from there.“After reading an article online about the No Grave Goes Unadorned program, I knew I wanted to do something to help,” Henrie said. “I contacted Scottie Draper with ETV News and told her I wanted to do a fundraiser to help raise money for the program.”Each month, Henrie offers a personal special to her customers where they can get a personalized scent crate. With her recent scent crate, she donated 20% of her commissions to the No Grave Goes Unadorned program. She was able to raise $140 for the project, which will help purchase supplies to ensure each grave is adorned with a handmade flower this Memorial Day.Already looking to give back again, Henrie is currently organizing fundraiser to benefit Wellington Pioneer Days. If you or your organization are interested in a fundraiser and would like more information, please contact Tina Henrie at (435) 630-1670.