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"ashland county" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"ashland county" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to march 11th, 2022 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate the circle of life and the seeds of wisdom, planted by one man. The ancient Egyptians developed a system of mummification because they believed very strongly in the afterlife. According to their traditions, the spirit left the body after death. But it would come back shortly thereafter. So bodies had to be well preserved in order to give the spirit a place to come back too. Egyptians also placed their dearly departed in peaceful positions to appeal both to loved ones and the returning spirit. Several of these techniques are still used today, though they have evolved quite a bit over the years. On national funeral director day and mortician recognition day, we celebrate the people who help us complete the circle of life in a way that honors everyone. There's a theory that the apple will spread across Europe by bears. But here in the United States, we give credit to a hero that is a folklore legend. For anyone who has ever eaten an apple from the Orchard in Ashland county, Ohio, the story of Johnny appleseed is all too real. In the years following the American Revolution, John Chapman was seen walking miles from his Massachusetts home, planting apple seeds and tending orchards in states. He was welcome everywhere for his wisdom and pay it forward attitude, though it's not actually known if he traveled with a pot on his head, his legacy of kindness can be sampled from a tree that stands to this day. A national Johnny appleseed day take a bite of American folklore and spread kindness wherever you go. I think it's England that has the theory about the bears spreading apples. All right, here's an apple Anna from the tree in the Johnny appleseed tree. Yeah, that was much more appealing than the one spread by bear. I'm Anna de beer. I am Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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"ashland county" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

Journalism.co.uk podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"ashland county" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast

"So with election season approaching in early november. What exactly is different. This time around. They are starting later in mid september. Give them just shy of a two month window to mark the event events happening on monday evenings six to seven. Pm in the evening to be exact with the option to stick around. If the conversation is healthy and lively it has been expanded to have at least one meeting in knox county ashland county which they also did not have been twenty-nine besides finding more suitable venues and the prospect of an outsource moderator. Obviously the big difference. This time around is covert nineteen in ohio. There is no official. Mosque mandate from the governor but the center for disease control and richland public health is encouraging mosques to be worn in venues as such. They are planning to set up. An online option. Crowd cost facebook live but the strong preference remains to do these events in a safe venue in light tober that also planning to the eighth city council is on the ballot. Come into idea. Works where richard sources based where they'll also invite their members first and then members of the public afterwards to come for a meeting. Great if you will. But i'll let call tell me more about the details that right and what we wanna do is invite these folks to come in. And let's say it's the two candidates for the first ward. I have them sit up front with me. We'll give them a microphone and unfortunate that i've been covering city council here for a while i i know some of the issues and we'll just have a chat. Don't want okay. Got one minute to make an opening statements in thirty seconds for no that. Let that happen. You know with presidential candidates these your local people who want to help lead a city. Let's just have a chat. You know that that's far more important to me to someone you know thinking about replicating this elsewhere. Maybe in the. Us may be abroad here in the uk. What do you think those people need to know again. We were blessed before we started this and that we have built kind of a reputation and a brand and we are seen as someone who is trusted. if you are not a trusted or well-trusted in your community I will work on that. I you know before you tried to engage the community in something like this Spent some time spent some effort doing the kinds of things that brings the community into a partnership with you. You know before we ever did this. We had five or six years of you know building within the community of people. We did a survey Back in january twenty twenty again before kobe hits was something between eighty two and eighty five percent of the people who took that survey said they very much trust richland source and someone who's been involved in the journalism business for forty two years That's an amazing number. Well for average just a little bit. But i you know having that trust is probably step one Once you've got that trust established and people know who you are and they trust you and what you're doing a planet out. I mean sit down and figure out what you wanna do. Maybe you don't wanna do six or seven or eight meetings Or discussions may be start off with a couple may be depending upon the size of of your community and the area that you're trying to address. I think from a personal standpoint. It's better to aim small and hit small than it is the aim big and miss. Well basically what i guess what. I'm trying to say. there is look know. Aim at what you can do. Don't try to come up with a big grandiose plan that you really might not meet because if you don't need it then you know you've got a expectations that people have for you that you've not met and maybe this wonderful positive thing you're trying to do comes off something less you know. It goes back to the old advertising message. Which is you know under promise and over deliver safer. Why is actually the the endgame heavy the grant that we originally there that we have that we're using this year was originally To help boost of voter participation unfortunately the year that we got the grant for was in was in Began a twenty twenty and obviously voter participation during a kobe year was something that's going to be hard to do driving that of so much. So much was changed. But yeah the the the idea is we want to engage people in the process and thereby give them to engage in the process. Whether that's by making sure they vote one of the things. We're going to do it. I should've mentioned this earlier. our friends from the richland county board of elections. They will bring a voting machine to each of these talk to vote sessions and they will demonstrate to the folks who in how to use it. it's not a complicated machine but it looks like a giant ipad and if you have some older folks who maybe aren't familiar with that kind of technology it gives them an opportunity in a very relaxed setting to learn how. How does this voting machine work and so we have good partnerships with the local board of elections along those lines. But the more we engage with people and the more we have them engaged with us the greater the response and i. I really do think that translates not only integrator voter participation but just in citizen engagement in their community thinking about having that goal. Which way do you approach. Do you approach bottom up so think about the steps to reach that goal of walking back down woods having the golden sandwich. How eventually funds down strategically how do you see that. I think i think you have to have the goal. I in our case it's to promote community engagement increase voter. Participation continued to build a partnership with the community. There are so many different things we do here. aside from this one of the things that we back was just last friday night. We do something called music after hours where we bring live bands indoor newsroom into idea works and we do free. Free concerts Friday night we had three different musicians. Who came in and played. We have food. We have beer It's free come in have seat enjoy. The music mean again. That's just part of us engaging with with the community. Those are things that we want to. You know come to journalism with us. You know this is not about us doing journalism for you. This is about us doing journalism with you. And the more things we can do to kind of establish those kind of ties with everybody in the community from the older folks. It's all the way down to the to the younger people you know..

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"ashland county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ashland county" Discussed on KOMO

"The country. They're being fueled by the delta variant and in some cases, misinformation, Stanford University professor Dr Yvonne Maldonado tells ABC vaccine Misinformation has been a problem for many, many years. And so covid 19 is no exception. It is critical that we get the right information from the right sources this morning, The surgeon general released an advisory about misinformation, saying it's threatened the U. S response to Covid 19. It's preventing people from getting there. Vaccinated and putting lives at risk First payment hitting bank accounts of more than 35 million American families. It's the expanded child tax credit, vast majority of families with Children will get up to $300 per month. German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits the White House today in western Germany and Belgium. Authorities say severe flooding killed more than 20 people and the death toll from last month's condo collapse in South Florida has climbed to 97 people. Ryan Clark, ABC News Co. Mo News. 1000 FM 97 7 Common news Time is 4 31. Here is the top local stories recovering for Thursday. July 15th. Conditions across the state are prime for wildfires and Ashland County. The Red Apple fire is threatening hundreds of homes near Wenatchee. Cuomo's Carrick a snitch reports from Shaolin County Fire burned right up to about a dozen or more beautiful homes that were protected by the more than 200 personnel working this fire. The wind has only made this firefight challenging neighbors tell me they are watching conditions very closely. We were on evacuation level three, which means they want you to leave. But we've been through this a lot of times, and a lot of the neighbors have been through it as well. And what we tend to do is kind of just try to grab the things that are really important to you that you know you can't ever replace. Get those in your car. Make sure your pets are available, and then we ride it out. And not far from where Theresa lives. We saw several fire crews just standing watch at homes. Waiting and watching because that fire was burning so close that's almost Cara. Constant reporting. We're also tracking a cluster of wildfires that are burning near an SPLM in Okanogan County. Cluster known as the Julia Creek Fire has grown to more than 15,000 acres, the flames of forest hundreds of people to leave their homes in the fire was destroyed. 14 buildings, including seven homes and fire is at 0% containment. FEMA's authorized the use of federal funds to help with firefighting cost. We've already had 900 wildfires so far this year. Commissioner of Public Lands Hillary France's last year there were 967 fires from January 1st through September 30th. During that same time period in 2020 more than 260,000 acres were burned this year. An estimated 140,000 acres have already been scorched. Governor Inslee has declared a state wide state of emergency due to drought and wildfire danger. We are under a state of emergency because of the wildfire risk. And we have a ban on most outdoor burning agricultural burning the entire state. Under the declaration, With the exception of Everett, Seattle and Tacoma, the water this means the water supply is projected to be below 75% of average. State troopers say a cluster of small fires along highways on Thursday and Mason counties may have been set on purpose. Almost Joel Marino reports, investigators say there was a clear pattern.

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"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

"Nearly 30 million Americans were uninsured before the pandemic hit. That number almost certainly grew in 2020 because of covert 19 related job losses. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington Two cases in South Carolina are the first from the South African covert virus variant rather confirmed in the US doctor Rishi Shah. Dina Brown University School of Public Health says there is sure to be more biggest fear at this moment is that these various they're gonna take hold and really take off across the United States on if that happens, we're going to see a huge spike in cases. Lots of infections. Lots of death. There are also hopeful signs the covert tracking project says hospitalizations of falling nationwide. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants more money to protect Congress against what she calls the enemy within have members of Congress who want to bring guns on the floor and have threatened Violence on other members of Congress. In separate remarks the acting Capitol police chief once vast improvements to protect the capital in adjacent buildings, including permanent fencing, the South Carolina Senate passed a bill that would outlaw almost all abortions. The fetal heartbeat and protection from abortion Act requires doctors to perform ultrasounds on women they believe are at least eight weeks pregnant. Heartbeat is detected it for fence terminations except in the cases of rape or incest. Or if the mother's life is in danger. Actress and civil rights advocates Cicely Tyson has died. She was 96. You're listening to ABC news. News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Wyatt's Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther, says Thomas Quinlan is out as chief of police after just about a year. I appreciate Chief Quinlan service to the community. And the changes he was able to implement in his time is chief. But the mayor said the people of the city do not believe the department can change on its own, and Quinlan has agreed to step back. It became clear to me The chief Quinlan cannot successfully implement the reform and change I expect and that the community demands moving forward. Deputy Chief Mike Woods will serve as interim chief as the city begins a nationwide search for a permanent replacement. The body of a missing Ashland County woman has been discovered. Police found the body of Tina Go it in a wooded area in Ashland County. They do say they have a suspect in custody. With Rob Portman, saying he will not be seeking a third term in the U. S. Senate. A handful of Ohio congressman have indicated that they may be interested. Except for Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. He says he is not planning on making a run at the retiring senator seat. Ohio's coronavirus curfew is being eased today now starts at 11 P.m. for the next two weeks as long as hospitalizations for the virus continue to decrease statewide. That's good news for Ohio's bars and restaurants who have been struggling amidst the pandemic. But as you are still encouraged to stay home, Ah, quarter of Americans say they plan on gathering with people outside of their household to watch the Super Bowl despite the pandemic. But health leaders say if you stay home with your family, maybe you won't run out of wings this time. National chicken Counsel's Wing report. Yes, there is. A wing report suggests that Americans will eat 1.4 billion Chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. They say that's enough wings to circle the Earth three times an increase of 2% from last year. They say wings are great comfort food, and they hold up for deliveries. So that's why there's the increased issue. Our news partners that ABC six Ohioans have been spending considerably more money on average for alcohol. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control released their figures this week that shows the sale of alcohol climbed nearly $250 million in sales year over year from 2019 to 2020. Officials say that the pandemic likely played a role in that dramatic rise in sales figures. I'm Alison Wiant, our next news update in 30 minutes. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits.

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"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC news. News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Wyatt's Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther, says Thomas Quinlan is out as chief of police after just about a year. I appreciate Chief Quinlan service to the community. And the changes he was able to implement in his time is chief. But the mayor said the people of the city do not believe the department can change on its own, and Quinlan has agreed to step back. It became clear to me The chief Quinlan cannot successfully implement the reform and change I expect and that the community demands moving forward. Deputy Chief Mike Woods will serve as interim chief as the city begins a nationwide search for a permanent replacement. The body of a missing Ashland County woman has been discovered. Police found the body of Tina Go it in a wooded area in Ashland County. They do say they have a suspect in custody. With Rob Portman, saying he will not be seeking a third term in the U. S. Senate. A handful of Ohio congressman have indicated that they may be interested. Except for Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. He says he is not planning on making a run at the retiring senator seat Ohio's coronavirus curfew is being eased today now starts at 11 P.m. for the next two weeks as long as hospitalizations for the virus continue to decrease statewide. That's good news for Ohio's bars and restaurants. Have been struggling amidst the pandemic. But as you are still encouraged to stay home, Ah, quarter of Americans say they plan on gathering with people outside of their household tow Watch the Super Bowl despite the pandemic, But health leaders say if you stay home with your family, maybe you won't run out of wings this time National Chicken Counsel's wing report Yes, there is. A wing report suggests that Americans will eat 1.4 billion Chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. They say that's enough wings to circle the Earth three times an increase of 2% from last year. They say wings are great comfort food, and they hold up for deliveries. So that's why there's the increased issue. Our news partners at ABC six Ohioans have been spending considerably more money on average for alcohol. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control released their figures this week that shows the sale of alcohol. Climbed nearly $250 million in sales year over year from 2019 to 2020 officials say that the pandemic likely played a role in that dramatic rise in sales figures. I'm Alison Wiant, our next news update in 30 minutes. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..

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"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashland county" Discussed on WTVN

"V. And, in a surprising move today, Columbus mayor and you're Ginther says Thomas Quinlan is out after about a year is Chief of police. I appreciate Chief Quinlan service to the community. The changes he was able to implement in his time is chief. The mayor says, though, that the people of the city don't believe the department can change on its own, and Quinlan agreed to step back. It became clear to be Chief Quindlen cannot successfully implement the reform and change I expect and that the community demands. Deputy Chief Mike Woods will now serve as interim chief as the city of Columbus begins a nationwide search. The body of a missing Ashland County woman has been discovered. Police found the body of Tina Go it in a wooded area in Ashland County. Police say they do have a suspect in custody with Senator Ron Portman, saying he will not be seeking a third term in the Senate. Lieutenant Governor John Houston announced he will not be getting into that 2022 contest, but a handful of Ohio congressman have indicated Maybe interested Except for Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. He's announced he is not planning on making a run at retiring Senator Portman's seat. Ohio's coronavirus curfew is being eased today, now starting at 11 P.m. for the next two weeks as long as hospitalizations for the virus continue to decrease around the state. That's good news for Ohio's bars and restaurants who have been struggling amidst the pandemic. But our But as you are still encouraged to stay home, a quarter of Americans say they plan to gather with people outside of their household in order to watch the Super Bowl despite the pandemic. But they say if you stay home with your family, maybe you will not run out of wings this time on Game day National Old Chicken Counsel's Wing report Yes, there is. A wing report suggests that Americans will eat 1.4 billion Chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. They say that's enough wings to circle the Earth three times an increase of 2% from last year. They say wings are great comfort food and they hold up for deliveries. So that's why there's the increased issue. Our news partners at ABC, six and Ohioans have been spending considerably more money on alcohol. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control shows sales of alcohol climb by nearly $250 million a year of a year from 2019 to 2020. They say the pandemic likely did play a role in that dramatic rise in sales. Your ABC six first warning weather Partly cloudy and cold Tonight we'll see lows of 17. I'm Alison Wiant. Our next news update. At seven o'clock here.

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Connecticut, Lisa Lacerra and Matt Napolitano discussed on The Lars Larson Show

The Lars Larson Show

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Connecticut, Lisa Lacerra and Matt Napolitano discussed on The Lars Larson Show

"Dot com flooding in the upper midwest now blamed for a second death in wisconsin county sheriff's office says severe thunderstorms toppled an oak tree i do a camper on lakesha tax sunday killing a man and injuring his family the storms and flooding also blamed the death of a seventy five year old man in ashland county wisconsin numerous roads in the region are also washed out coming in all of this place is rather difficult i've got gotta go wrong way for a little while use as the main routes blocked the state of emergency in douglas county wisconsin after a dam gave way on the tamarac river there also flood warnings near duluth minnesota emergency declaration since you county in upper michigan in the midwest bureau jeff monosso fox news letter signed by at least one hundred twenty victims of former sports dr larry nassar demands that michigan state university's governing board fire interim school president john engler who is resisting pressure to resign over the nassar scandal a congressional hearing set for next week to create stronger guidelines for sports wagering house judiciary committee scheduling a hearing for june twenty six roughly six weeks after the supreme court ruled a federal ban on statesponsored sports wagering is unconstitutional the goal is to work to protect the integrity of sports following the high court's decision a concern for some leagues in particular the nfl who served as one of the plaintiffs in a suit against new jersey's efforts to allow legal sports betting at the state's casinos and racetracks new jersey the plaintiff in the supreme court's ruling last month the nfl has been working closely with utah senator orrin hatch on the framework for sports betting legislation matt napolitano fox news seventy four years after they both died in world war two battle in france in nineteen forty four twin brothers from south dakota will be laid to rest next to each other the piper brothers henry and louis were nineteen when their ship hit a mine but the remains of henry weren't found until nineteen sixty one lisa lacerra fox news radio here's the latest weather from the talk of connecticut beautiful day today sunny skies high eighty.

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China slams Trump's tariff threats as 'blackmail'

America's Morning News

01:07 min | 4 years ago

China slams Trump's tariff threats as 'blackmail'

"Opened the of skill parties coming together on border separation deadly mid western flooding i'm evan haning all five first lady's former and current are speaking out against president trump's family separation immigration policy and more republican lawmakers are joining democrats in condemning the actions at the border all of us who are saying these images of children being pulled away from for moms and dads and tears were horrifying this has to stop that's texas senator ted cruz he plans to introduce emergency legislation that would provide new temporary shelters more immigration judges and require families emigrating illegally to be kept together on thursday the house is expected to vote on two bills to address family separations but correspondent abbie philip reports the outlook for both bills appears far from certain president trump will meet with house republicans later today about the issue of immigration but more and more even republican lawmakers are raising the issue and not buying the excuse that president trump cannot do anything about it deadly flooding in the upper midwest correspondent andrew spencer reports the flooding in illinois follows that in wisconsin and on michigan's upper peninsula heavy downpours open sink holes and washed out roads prompting disaster declarations from the governors of both states seventysevenyearold thomas koper was drowned in ashland county wisconsin well u s china trade tensions continue to heat up as president trump threatens a new ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports correspondent matt rivers says china is giving trump's threat a name they're calling it blackmail and they're saying that they will hit back against america but what does that look like that means more tariffs on american imports here and it likely means targeting american companies that rely on china think apple boeing ford general motors cisco and the big question the big fear is where does it go from here because if both these countries continue down this path the american consumer will feel it in his or her wallet on wall street dow sp nasdaq futures down more than one percent i'm evan haning it's jammed from cat spot litter if you own a cat you know how much hassle it is.

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