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Fresh update on "ashland" discussed on WBBM Evening News
"The death of Ah 10 week old boy in Geneva this morning is being investigated by police. Investigators say a woman brought the boy to Bria of Geneva Health Services on East ST ST seeking medical assistance for the boy. Paramedics called to the scene tried to revive the boy before taking him to a hospital. Emergency staff at the hospital also tried to resuscitate the boy before he was pronounced dead. Police say the preliminary investigation is focused on the possibility of what investigators call a tragic accident. Investigators say the boy's family is cooperating with the investigation, which is being handled by Geneva Police and the King County Major crimes task force. Jim Good news radio 105.9 FM. It's a sad time of year for many area voters. CITY Chicago begins the first round of bridge list this week, Wednesday and Saturday. That's when boats leave like Michigan harbors and make their way to the Chicago River and two winter storage. Each bridge lift takes an average of 8 to 12 minutes. A total of 27 bridges will be lifted in succession from Lakeshore Drive to Ashland Avenue Bridge on the south branch of the Chicago River. Twice weekly lives come to an end. Saturday, November 14th Lisa Fielding NewsRadio 105.9 FM sweaty, malnourished dogs have been rescued from a home near Dalton, Responding to a complaint call officers with Coke County Sheriff Special Victims unit went to the home on Hastings Drive. The property owner was not home at the time. Abid cries that insiders stand to get many of the state's recreational marijuana dispensary licenses. Governor Pritzker today outline changes to give applicants a second dance. The governor says applicants can't change owners, but we'll be able to revise their submissions and challenge what they see as errors in scoring this first round of application scoring. Has been far from perfect, but as difficult and imperfectly as it has been, we have seen signs of really progress. The progress is aimed at making sure the industry is diverse and represents minorities disproportionately hurt in the war on drugs. Pots are toi. Hutchinson says. The review will address accusations that some applicants are fronts. We will be laser focused. That everybody is who they say they are. Groups have 10 days to submit changes. After learning of their deficiencies. The governor says he still hopes to hold the lottery this fall. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM devotee, BBM News time It's 11, 0 Hate and right now, traffic.
The Oregon Fires
"Latino Rebels Radio Latino. Rebels. Radio Julia Regard Novella here in in Sunday September thirteenth twenty twenty and we are back and you're listening to us on audio boom stitcher, spotify apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcast. We've been following the situation in the West regarding these historic wildfires. The images are just tragic, and actually I have a guest in Oregon Nydia Alycia who reached out and said I want to talk about the situation and you're on Hello Nadya. Hey Thank you so much for having me and for giving me an opportunity to share a little bit about what's going on I'm doing the does the I can be in. The worst. nightmare that don't ever wish on anybody right now. So Why don't you just break it down because obviously people see the images, the hear the voices by this is your opportunity to this is your mic tell me your situation what's going on how whatever you WANNA share. What's going on in Oregon? It's been really disheartening to see some of these. You know this is a tragedy. By all means this is a nightmare, but I also just want to share that our community even though we've been the most impacted. We are also like incredibly resilient. So many of the families that I've seen my relatives my best friends family anytime. I've checked in with people that I know I grew up here I was born and here. You. Know are people are so concerned about other people you know even though there are folks right now families who are staying at their relatives or co workers or friends, and it's like fifteen people two bedroom they're still you know like, Oh, I'm really just worried about the people who haven't found a place to stay. So I've been seeing how our local news has taken pictures of some of our folks in. A really vulnerable situation in the middle of all this heartbreak there's so much resilience in so much power. The community is coming together to lead it beautiful efforts for people on. There is so much power in our unity right now in terms of like. Checking in on each other. because. You know when these things happen, it's the direct people on the ground who weren't as impacted. It's the WHO's folks it's I mean it's hard for me because my my dad lost everything. My Mom's home is still standing even though orders, but it's on us. That's the quickest way we're going to be able to make it out of this when you call your house when you call your cousins when you call your neighbor, you just check up on each other and that's the way I've seen a lot of our people get access to food get access to close. The happened at three PM. And thank God even though this is like the worst thing an entire town burning down at three entire towns being severely destroyed by these fires. Thank God. It happened at three in the morning when you know folks are sleeping or at seven pm runs home from work. Because this, all happened in a blink of an eye it was within three to four hours. This fire went from Ashland to talent to Phoenix to Medford like I said, my mom lives in talent and my dad lived or his residence is in Phoenix in from you know checking on each other is like i. i saw the smoke, it eleven intolerant and the like. Yeah. I didn't get the call until one before we talk about your situation and others tell me a little bit about the community I. Mean that people don't know about yeah I mean who that's that question brings tears to my eyes 'cause. were community of be Natal's of a scene laws of now we would call them mighty needles 'cause there's all the ham `bout here. I'll the grapes we're just hardworking people man my folks got. In the late eighties, early nineties following the harvest from California You know once they were done. My mom got here when she was done. Picking Strawberries and she heard about pairs in southern Ohio and had an anti who had come. Sooner and my dad, you know was picking Liz in new? Mexico. about the beans out here and My Dad has planted over twelve million trees in the Pacific northwest like are people are so embedded in this landscape in the food, we produce in the beautiful mountains that you see those are all planted by our arkady that. we have make status community Some folks. Like myself, my mom and dad were undocumented when I was a child and I was a citizen in my mom eventually became a citizen. My Dad is. has his residency. So like a we have different kinds of. Legal status is which also be barrier for some of us in terms of having adjust recovery out of this disaster. But Overall, like this is what the hardest thing for me is is that I don't know a single family in in our community that has that was not impacted by this we're tightening We have some families here that You know that you've got the mom and then you have the kids we have like three generations of families here already. And we all know the you know the big lessons that family so and so make it. Okay. All will that family one lost everything others. Okay. So that's also been one of the reasons why are people have we've been able to you know figure it out a little easier because we do have we do rely on each other and like we do, we do count with each other support you know simply Say Yoga Nisa seat thou. At buckeyes and your Kiekens say you know were were just were just helping help. We're just helping each other to do our best making out of this right now
Oregon wildfire under criminal arson investigation, police say
"Enforcement authorities in Oregon have opened a criminal investigation into one of the major wildfires burning in that state is Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. At least one person was killed by the fire and hundreds of homes have been burned. Oregon State police into local police departments are looking into how the Alameda Fire in southern Oregon began as part of an arson investigation. So far, the fire has burned at least 600 homes, mostly in the towns of Phoenix and talent. Hi. O'Mara is the chief of the Ashland Police Department. It involves not only the studying of the fire, but the death of somebody immediately after the fire was set somebody that was killed by the fire. That investigation is criminal and it is ongoing. The numbers of homes, businesses and people lost in the fire raging across Oregon are all expected to increase in the coming days as fires continue to spread in the damages assessed.
16-Year-Old Girl Shot While Riding In Car On Near West Side, Chicago
"A teenage girl was hurt by gunfire this morning while riding in a vehicle on the near West Side. The 16 year old was a passenger in a car around 2 45 AM and the 200 block of South Ashland when she heard gunshots and felt pain, according to police. She and the other people in the car told police they did not see the shooter or know where the shots came from. Girl was hit in the face and take a destroyed your hospital in fair condition. No. One's in custody Area. Three detectives are still investigating.
Digging for the truth
"The Welcome to kiss Miss Mystery signed your host. Kit crump night been receiving a usual amount of people wondering how I tracked down the facts refined the truth when I'm working on a story. So I'm going to run down the process I'd take when investigating and urban legend and try to give a couple of examples, I i. look for anyone that actually experienced the event if that individual doesn't want to talk to me, which is usually the case. Then, I attempt to track down a witness to the event. Often when there are someone that actually experienced a paranormal event, let's say they are often embarrassed or reluctant to speak to anyone for fear, they're going to be criticized or accused of making up the entire event in some cases that involve things political or the government I can utilize the freedom of information. Act But they usually take forty five days or more to respond if the event. Is something that was reoccurring. Then I can tap into police be I reports. However, they are often. So editor redacted with black lines disliked trying to figure out a code to best understand the process will recite a couple of examples I of flying saucer that crashed at Roswell keep in mind that I'm going to leave out a lot of detail and I'm only going to explain off the flying saucer itself no alien bodies involved in this first. Trace the image of a saucer back to nineteen forty seven in horten brothers who created both a saucer and flying wing both brothers were brought back to the United States with two hundred and fifty other scientists at the end of the war in something that was called project paper clip. You may have heard of this where in the United States could the Horton's and other scientists work well, area fifty one of course at what became area fifty one. I continue this option that they would continue work on the flying wing or flying saucer I. Now Research Project Rainbow is a program using some of Tesla's science in an effort to move a battleship from point a to point b you might know this as a Philadelphia experiment. The idea was not to make anything invisible simply to move it from one place to. Another and the military failure they had made a small battleship both vanish and move from one point to another. Now, they bring that science to the Horton saucer and it becomes up flying saucer. The problem is that they can't control the Horton's flying saucer any better than the L. Ridge which was the battleship they tried it out on initially with line saucer vanishes and. then. Reappears eight hundred miles away word crashes at Roswell New Mexico this. You'd give you a very rough idea of the thinking connecting process. Keep in mind that if I have a strange unexplained event, I don't want to go to the authorities or police wrath be I with whatever because they are not equipped for accurate reports on things that go bump in the. Night that leads me to my second example a while back I got a book did explained away dozens and dozens of urban legends is a hundred percent boss. But when I opened the book to the first one, the author said, it could possibly be happening yet. I know for a fact, kidney harvesting does happen and is going on in the United States right now. The book explained away the notion that people are having their kidneys harvest it well, here's what I know. Twenty years ago I was in a restaurant with my editor. The booking question was my book body parts a story I had written about the sale of block market body parts as I was explaining the research a waitress came over and told us how some of her friends had gone to New Orleans and one of them strayed from the group in hoax. So picking up a woman for the night, they had all been. Showing an apartment and she said he would join them in the morning. If he simply ended up closing down a few bars long story short when he didn't show up, they manage to track him down to a flop house where they found him in a bathtub filled with ice less one kidney. So they get into a local hospital at an after examination. The doctor tells them that the surgery necessary to remove that kidney without killing the patient had been carried out in a surgical unit with a team of surgeons trained to. Remove a kidney. This waitress didn't know either my editor or myself. She said her friend who lost a kidney lives in Ashland Oregon but I never tried to contact him but you could see from this second example, how many urban legends are often just dismissed out of hand. The author of that book I was mentioning dismissed the kidney harvesting only consulted police in several doctors. Of course, neither of his sources would have anything to do with kidney harvesting for a lot of different reasons not to mention that harvesting any Oregon is. A federal offense
Chicago Police Arrest 1, Search For 3 Additional Suspects In Carjacking Near Magnificent Mile
"One man in custody and are looking for three others after a car jacking off just off the mag mile. It started with police following a Pontiac sedan that ran a red light on North Wacker. That car crashed whacker in north Michigan and all all four four men men in in men men inside inside ran ran one one of of them them headed headed to to the the Hyatt Hyatt on on East East Wacker Wacker and and hopped hopped into into a a vehicle vehicle with with the the engine engine running running and and a a young young woman woman in in the the back back seat. seat. Police Police said. said. The The man man left left the the woman woman at a gas station near 59th and South Ashland and Inglewood and drove off. The woman was not injured. Police are looking for that man. Still, they did find another one of the suspects near Michigan Avenue and Lake Street Police report. They seize two guns from the Pontiac No one was hurt. In the car. The suspects hit that. Still, Yugi ends Judy Wang. No charges have been filed against the suspect in custody. Time for W. G
"ashland" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast
"Five so. You know you can't go against Montel girl do not this race. might suggest. People Montenegro girl on top all the way. There there's no other way to go and if You Go. I mean I guess that earlier I do not like picking favorites, but. Then their situations like this. Where if you don't pick the favorite and you look like an idiot because this is gonna be a paid workout for an eight and a half. You know. A Furlong race that she's just going to coast through. paid workout big paycheck. Just very easy I don't even WanNa talk about the other horses. That's how little I give them a chance against Montenegro. And the other as the Delaware Handicap. Could also end up being paid work at a little bit. Let Let. The talent disparity between Dunbar road, and the rest of them is a little bit less than the talent disparity between Montenegro. You're on the rest of her field, but Dunbar road It has always shown to be a really talented racehorse the one thing of note is this Delaware Handicap is different from past runnings. It is cut back to a mile in an eight this year as opposed to a mile and a quarter I. don't really think that affects Dunbar road too much. I just think that if it had stayed a mile and a quarter with her success at the in the Alabama. That would've been perfect for her. I don't really see any issue with her She's run well in the past tone Barbara. There's real again. There's really no other way you can go here again. A race that I would not bet, but few know for the sake of talking about Some top phillies in the country Dunbar road on top again very chalky, really hard to go anywhere else with this again. Don't at this race. Yeah This is tougher and unlike Vermont one girl girl. She just has to you know. Get Out of the gates and run around there. Dump our roots going to have to work just a.
5 More Chicago Streets Will Close for Outdoor Dining This Weekend
"The city's outdoor dining programs expanded to give restaurants a better chance to survive the city started its program to allow restaurants to set up tables in the streets a couple of weeks ago along Broadway Russian Oakley this weekend the city expands the program on five more streets the moral will be closed on both sides of Clark Chinatown square next archer Avenue will be closed from Wentworth to Princeton Taylor street will be closed from Loomis to Ashland and all fun Avenue will have restaurant dining in the street between northwest highway in the first Ellie to the north and seventy fifth street there'll be sidewalk dining areas between Indiana and cal you met as of this week the city has approved more than a thousand outdoor cafe permits
Chicago River bridges go up for sailboats Wednesday
"Now and if you're taking a boat listen to this Chicago's river bridges that you've been raised several times the past two weeks to live in downtown access during civil unrest will be raised again this morning this time for sailboats going to the lake the department of transportation says river bridges will be up for ten sailboats starting at about nine thirty in the morning from south Ashland to lake shore drive bridge let's also can be expected every Saturday now starting at eight in the morning and Wednesdays starting at nine thirty
Chicago Opening Grant Park and Union Park For Protesters To Gather This Weekend
"Been following a massive demonstration on the city's near west side as well tonight it started shortly after six in union park demonstrators calling for the city to de fund the Chicago police department WGN's Dana rabbit has been with the protesters all night she joins us live now with the latest data and this protest has now wrapped up for the evening it took some time for this large crowd to disperse and they sat in the street for eight minutes of silence at the end of this route down Ogden here from the apple P. building but then about twenty minutes or so after that around nine thirty is when they all started to disperse behind me are some of the Chicago police officers who were at positioned throughout this route tonight they have come back here to the apple P. before heading home after their shifts now we have seen some very large demonstrations this week this is one of the bigger ones crowd estimate of a several thousand people they met here in union park before stepping off to March tonight this event organized by several community groups including black lives matter Chicago and thirty third ward working families on what would have been the twenty seventh birthday of Brianna Taylor who was shot and killed by police in Louisville during an attempted raid on her apartment the March was primarily peaceful there was a somewhat tense moment along the route when the group surrounded a Chicago police vehicle several of the bicycle officers formed a barricade around it some in the crowd stopping moving in on them and a little bit of pushing but no significant clashes with police and know what destruction or damage of property the group continued marching they are calling again for the defunding of police they want more money to go to our social groups anti social issues that can help disenfranchised communities they want CPD in the National Guard to stand down an end to the curfew in Chicago and the release of all protesters arrested in demonstrations over the last week of the March started again at union park down Ashland to Chicago the route than winding back to rand often ending where it started about two hours later those taking part say they have been moved by the wave of demonstrations worldwide following the death of George Floyd and they are hopeful for positive change I've seen cops be egregious awful and addresses I've witnessed people coming together unity and we're not backing down you know like this is not just gonna blow over one message I would like to say is that through our mayor our governor that you know we don't want any more empty promises as taxpayers as people who are paying attention the pensions of police officers we demand change and there are several more demonstrations planned over the weekend mayor Lori Lightfoot says she is going to be shutting down a portion of lake shore drive from fuller ten to thirty First Street as well as opening up Grant Park and union park as locations where some of these protests can take place
President Trump hosts Native American roundtable in Arizona
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. President Trump signed a proclamation acknowledging missing and murdered Indigenous People Tuesday during a visit to Arizona which included a round discussion with Navajo Nation Vice President Myron laser and his wife Dottie laser and Hilo River Indian community governor Stephen Role Lewis dotty. Liser is an advocate working on missing murdered indigenous women issues. The President M I W is a growing issue on the Navajo nation. Here's part of her comments from livestream of the meeting on C. Span with the Ashland Mike case that came up in two thousand sixteen where she was kidnapped and raped and murdered in New Mexico. May Second Two thousand sixteen. So that's kind of open the door for Navajo to start saying okay. We need to do something. Because I became the forefront and so since then the amber alert on that one nation has gotten better but still needs help with funding. Still needs help with getting the data together. The roundtable lasted about thirty minutes and included discussions about cove nineteen which has hit the Navajo nation. Hard this week. The number of positive Navajo cases exceeded two thousand five hundred tribes across the country have been waiting for federal cove. Nineteen Relief Eight. Eight billion dollars is set aside for tribes in the Cares Act. President trump commented about the funding including the amount to the Navajo nation as he joked with vice. President Liser is the single largest investment in Indian country in our history. So the amount of money that's being sent to Indian country as we call it is the largest amount in the history of the US. And you deserve. And you've been through a lot in the Navajo. Nation will soon receive over six hundred million dollars. That's a lot. Can renegotiate community door. Go up before the Hilo River Indian community is set to receive forty million dollars. Disbursement has been delayed. The Treasury Department announced Tuesday a plan to begin payments to tribes which includes holding back amounts for Alaska native corporations due to pending litigation more than a dozen tribes sued over the inclusion of Alaskan native corporations in the funding he l- River Indian community governor Steven Lewis commented about the funding at the end of the meeting urging for the immediate release of the money and also saying the eight billion dollars is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of tribes. Nothing Empire. I'm trying getting some of the money out today. I WanNa thank you. Also because we need help now Indian tribes and can't wait for that litigation to end before from the and also governor Lewis also asked for a cap to be put on the amount anyone tribe receives and to allow tribes to have flexible guidance to keep their governments running. The Treasury. Department's plan is to begin allocating sixty percent of the eight billion this week. Two tribes the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota declared an immediate lockdown of community Tuesday due to Cova Nineteen President Rodney Bordeaux and a social media message declared the lockdown of the Spring Creek community due to a high exposure of covert nineteen law enforcement will be monitoring roads and no one will be allowed inner out of Spring Creek. The message states lockdown is to protect the rest of the communities from the spread of cove nineteen the tribal assist people in need of food and supplies. No other information was shared. A number of tribes in South Dakota have taken emergency measures to address cove in nineteen including the Oglala Sioux tribe which issued a reservation white lockdown down and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe monitoring borders among several of. Its emergency measures.
"ashland" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"It's five percent alcohol. It's no sugar. It's ninety some odd calories. It's gluten free drinks six of them. It almost sounds too good to be true. Well why I became interested in is because when I talked to you I was pregnant and I had gained a lot away like the doctor tells you to gain like twenty five pounds. That was not happening for me and I was like okay. I obviously WANNA cocktail after. I have the baby right like shaking so when I was introduced to this I saw. There's low sugar like how much sugar is in at zero zero. Okay no calories. Barely ninety nine I can deal with I can and it's five percent alcohol. It is and how many carbs there's like no carbs none. Yeah there's no carbs and then it's it's organic and it's and we brew it with Alkaline Water. It's it's almost too good to be true and it's from so. I think a lot of the other brands to is it. I was very specific that I I drink a lot of seltzer water. I love La La love bubbly. Pepsi'S BRAND. I wanted an alcoholic version of that. Yeah I didn't want after taste and a lot of the other heart shelters that I was drinking. How'd that and I enjoy the? I enjoy drinking whitelaw. If it's at a party I'll still drink. I don't I'm I'm good. I wanted something. That was Alachua. No aftertaste and we got that from you. Know creating the alcohol from fermenting the sugar. So basically once the you know when you ferment. Sugar and then it turns into alcohol. It eats the sugar. And then there you are with your five percent but there's nothing else in it. It's organic flavoring and carbonated water. And that's it dangerous music. I drank all last week. And I've lost eight pounds since last week. And that's because I had birthweight guys so don't that sounds like three cucumbers innate no I. I've been intermittent fasting. I've been drinking ashland if I want to have a drink. That's right I've been walking and doing pilates volve a little bit of body guide and I mean I think it's slow but it's happening and I think that if I didn't have an alcohol that would like some like like highly such high sugar wine that you'd be. I would be drinking wine or champagne cocktail. It wouldn't be doing my ass any favorites right and so I think with this like I can sort of have my cake and eat it too. You know what I mean I do and I think that's why people have been so excited about everyone that I haven't had a brand yet while Harlan. The beer is phenomenal. It really is and Ryan and before we haven't been able to come into the brewery they are brewers are two of the best going but this everyone that drinks it goes this my favorite one. I mean it's crazy like everyone does say that. So if you have a brand you know where the same price as white cloth truly so wore on the shelf. You're going this looks great. It's it's priced the exact same. It's organic has all these health benefits. Y'All give it a try. Then we only need to get them to try at once so if Lawrence says I love this and so on. Who's listening like Janine goes will if Lauren likes it then? I'M GONNA try and they try and go whoa. This actually does taste an innocent. Our process on like what I would say like a diligence standpoint of investing in doing in doing a deal and partner was next to nothing. And it's I'll tell you why. Normally Gordon are very selective of who we partner. There's plot from with just just because like you know we're like you were selected. Were careful with partner with but there's like okay. Amazing category MAZING founder. The taste really good. We're GONNA drink like we drink it all the time like this is a no brainer to go into something like this because this is something that we're confident sharing with. Everybody and I'm confident that people will like. It's there's not one person who I'd say like. Hey if you're an alcohol drinker and you'd like to do this and you have these types of beverages like there's not one person I think would be like. Oh I don't like that category who the fuck doesn't want to drink alcohol and not have to worry about their waistline and then like for me when I'm like shopping and I'm a consumer. I'm thinking you know I see this. You know On the shelf and I'm thinking okay I can get this and not only. Can I get this? It's kind of growing in? Its own way but then I also have my husband drinking because it's also could not so. I can't be sitting there slamming a bottle of Bourbon. Be Able to change. The Muslim is straight man. I think that's the thing is and I mean we have you know getting you guys involved in getting everybody. We have involved. We add Saint Archer a lot of the guys owned it with me were surfers and skateboarders and then and they're speaking to a small audience. Right and Paul. Rodriguez followers are probably following. Sean Multo and Eric Causton and right and we had all them involved but this time it was fun to get everybody my friends that are skateboarders in and servers in you guys in Jared Goff and cody bellinger in the list. It's like Chris Lane and you Adam Devine Blake you get them all right so like Lauren. Now we're both drinking it and now we're all doing it together though it's not like I didn't want something where you just put money in and then like I never talk to you again. You guys get text messages for me constantly. What's going on and what's happening just thinking about this. Look at these and I wanted the right people that were excited to do that. And shout out to Andrea and WES Vanderberg in San Diego. 'cause they introduced us or the best. And if you guys I feel like Ashland needs to be stocked in the fridge if it's okay okay. So if you're in San Diego you can stop by and see them at the store. Ashland stock there and also. I'll say WanNa one my dad and step mom's restaurant you'll be stalked on every table whether it's going to be on the table drinking on camera but listen we're out of water now. All we have is any still water so I want to leave the audience with how I would taste it. I am really very much about doing an ashland lime. Get the lime flavor. Okay as your favorite right now. I'm having a moment with it. Oh and then I would do a Blanco Tequila okay. A little bit of Cointreau Lemon and lime like actual lemon live. Maybe for granted seeds shake shake. Shake everything besides the Ashland. Because you don't want to shake the Ash Shakur and then top it off like a huge top off and enjoy you know what's cool though right now. I know shit any pack thing is that you know in other like say you're drinking Margarita. Then you switch to a beer and he's which are wind like you're GONNA BE SICK. You're done right like that's just how. I do it every time because I'm an idiot and I but I I still but I liked this bride. Pack is essentially. You're drinking the same thing. Just different flavors. That feels like you're changing it up throughout the night or the day but you're not going to suffer the same consequences when you switch from like beer and wine and champagne and all you know what I mean. Of course I mean you can and we have a new variety pack coming out so then you love four more flavors guys before we go. We're going to do a quick getaway so what we're GONNA do is we're going to give away some Ashland Seltzer Merch plus some TSE goodies. So to win the giveaway. We're going to have you tell us your favorite part of this episode on my latest Instagram at the skinny confidential and then follow at Ashland. Hard Seltzer on instagram. There is some good cocktail recipes. Up there to like. Oh my God. I was drooling when I looked at. Where can people find this right now? Send Luis Obispo County to the Mexico. Border will be in the middle of May but right now San Diego Orange. County Target Bev Mo. Costco sprouts whole foods. Ralph's and then everything independent lazy acres and Gilson's and you know all mothers and Newport and yeah pretty much everywhere where can everyone find you at Ashland Heart Seltzer. Yes guys. Check it out Josh. The next time you come on should be with your wife. She she'll be so much better than me and we migrate. Make Seltzer Margaritas to next time. I mean I don't know what we were thinking this time Taylor. I hope you're not drunk back from your andrine. Quick question for you leave. Okay that there's new flavors coming out yeah are I can't yeah. We're doing a watermelon a tropical cherry a mango strawberry and raspberry lemonade. Oh Dan was like this is what I like about this is I can feel good drinking a a mango raspberry lemonade cherry. And I still feel very tough. You know what we're going to do. The skinny can be like drinking too. This is my cherry mango strawberry. It's like this and the skinny ones. I mean most cousy or twelve thousand thing last thing right. Think about how long we been holding these beers? Sodas Seltzer water. Why would it not be good for this? Why was hard seltzer too? Good for the twelve ounce. Normal can not anymore right eleven new category. I'm glowing you. See Ya and Taylor drink the pineapple please for your semen drink a little more pineapple works. Yeah Okay Bananas. I know it's awful. Josh things are going on. That was so much fun. Thank you brother. Those guys wait. Don't go make sure you've rated and reviewed the skinny confidential Hem and her show on I tunes because every week. We do a giveaway this week. We're giving away the cutest new. Tse Pop suck it. It's like three hearts stuck together and says tse. It's on my phone right now. You will love it all you have to do to win is tell us your favorite part of this episode on my latest. Instagram at the skinny confidential. 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The Ghost of Eva York
"Continuing the investigation into the paranormal metaphysical world. Last week. I interviewed internationally known Psychic Medium Sharon our week before a psychic and clairvoyant. From right here in Ashland Oregon. These people talk to people who are deceased and on the other side of the Vale so to speak so I thought it only appropriate today so talk about a haunted hospital. In the state of Oregon. The Oregon State Hospital took two years to build and was completed. Eighteen eighty three and opened as the Oregon State insane asylum but by eighteen. Ninety one it house. Four hundred seventy eight male and two hundred twelve female patients and two additional ways were constructed to accommodate the influx at the time the most common cause of insanity was in temperance masturbation religious paranoia by nine thousand nine hundred. According to hospital documents over five thousand patients had been admitted census opening while two additional women's wards and four new. Men's wards were added to the main building miles of tunnels connecting that more being constructed beneath a narrow gauge railroad was established that allowed the hospital transport patients between buildings without the public observing as note the state capital and associated. Buildings also have a tunnel system to this day but they have never been connected to the State Hospital by one thousand nine hundred seventy five with the opening of the dommage and eastern Oregon state hospitals and patient. Transfers to these facilities the residency had been lower significantly and the superintendent allow shooting of the movie. One flew over the CUCKOO's nest entirely inside Oregon State Mental Hospital known to only a few a small law in the basement that contain thousands of copper urns filled with the cremated remains of inmates. It was Oregonian newspaper that I brought the room of forgotten souls to light in October. Two thousand three and two thousand six newspaper won the Pulitzer Prize for the story. While Oregon State legislators debated what to do with the airlines between nineteen thirteen in one? Thousand Nine hundred. Seventy one over five thousand. Inmates were cremated quite a problem. In two thousand five hospital records were found indicating that in eighteen eighty nine inmate. Either York was found in a bathtub. Dead even was thirty six year old. Marion County woman. Who probably wasn't even mentally ill. According to old newspaper clipping from the era she was an epileptic confined to the hospitals asylum era epileptic ward five years before her death in those days malady like depression. Alcoholism was viewed as Kintu Insanity. Eva died between two and three. Pm on Tuesday Past Day in the epileptic ward while left unattended in a tub. She had a seizure died from it. A corner ruled that it was natural and accidental. He found no evidence so drowning. An inquest jury declared the hospital to be in no way responsible. The news account went on to say that the Hospital Telegraph. Word of Asia's death to brother. Residing near Hubbard her remains however we're never claimed on the hospitals West Plaza in an area hard packed dirt surrounded by a ten foot fence topped with razor wire. It was once used as an outdoor recreational site for inmates locals at drive past that portion of the hospital facility staff say they often see the image of a young woman barefoot wearing a bathrobe standing in the middle of the yard? Speculation is the ghost of a
"ashland" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And welcome back Paul in Ashland Oregon here on the air with Congress from Tokyo good morning gentlemen thank you for taking my call I am calling to ask congressman Poe can if he thinks that the chief executive should be subject to indictment under the uniform code of military justice so that this justice department memo that prevents indictment of an outlaw president can be essentially disregarded because we're currently under attack by enemies foreign and domestic and since the chief executive has attacked our military and our intelligence services I would think that the U. C. M. J. would be the most direct way to remove an outlaw because he is the commander in chief of the military that's fascinating now congressman he ever heard that that to the commander in chief the president is subject to the uniform code of military justice I've never heard that idea but it's a fascinating one yeah I know I have not heard that Paul I could tell you know if any of that would require the Senate I think we've seen with the Senate's gonna fall you know they're going to decide that they're gonna stick with the party over the country and so you don't fortunately we don't have a partner in the Senate many these efforts I think we do have six committees that are doing oversight over the president they're going to continue to do their work but eighteen interesting proposition Paula I'd have to take a closer look at barber in Chicago heights Illinois watches on YouTube Barbara you're on the air with Carson how can good morning Tom good morning congressman Paul can hi my question is about time for the possibility that trump could try to steal the election by habit space allocated the vice president have been the constitutional right to declare or nullified Tom could explain it better than I can there will be odd the results of the election and the house of representatives would end up voting for the president and sister only faith you stayed in the house of representatives Republicans have more space in our democratic state lesson can be stolen hi I live this I lay this out a couple days ago and Barbara you have a really good job of recapping at that basically a an election has to be certified by the vice president of the president of the Senate and we saw this in in the election of eighteen seventy six and although the vice president then we had just recently died so is different different center was a present but he refused to certify the election and this was told in Hays and so it will it should have gone to the states under the constitution but the Republicans Democrats worked out a compromise and came with a fifteen person commission who who cut the deal that ended reconstruction and Hayes office but under the under the constitution if the vice president if Mike pence will say I'm not going to certify this election because it looks like there was fraud in Wisconsin or in Ohio or whatever then it does go to the house of representatives and each state has one vote I believe this thirty two Republican.
"ashland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ashland the dog and its owner went through thin ice both of them are recovering and are okay this morning six oh six and under age bash now under the microscope in Braintree W. B. C.'s Chris fama is there this morning and Chris officials are looking at a school vacation week party what's going on good morning I think it was just a matter of kids being kids but maybe some took it a little bit too far we're Braintree right now across the street from the high school where things are quiet but they were anything but on L. B. drive last week police busted more than fifteen kids either high school age or young adult age for drinking at this party when police showed up on the scene they said all across the front lawn there were signs of underage drinking they've been wanting to ask folks to show proper identification at which time they found out these kids were indeed under age now all of the names that have been caught that were of high school age those reports have been sent over to Braintree high school here something very interesting as part of Braintree high school student at athletic handbook policy these students face social probation so for using this means ever being in the presence of folks that were using alcohol tobacco or drugs these students may be unable to participate in events their school related for up to three weeks that includes any clubs athletics competitions dances proms banquets you name it so there is could be more than just the police charges the face after all this is said and done although I have the fifty kids that were buster Brady please very clear there were no arrests that were made but this still very much an ongoing situation live in Braintree Chris fama WBZ Boston series right Chris thank you fears about corona virus still shaking global stock markets and included in that the New York Stock Exchange let's check the numbers and business news with Bloomberg Tom Busby is back what can you tell us Tom well Jeff right now Dow futures down ninety two points that comes on the heels of that one two punch that saw the Dow tumbled nineteen hundred points over the last two trading sessions are to say just how bad things could get today an earnings beat though this morning from Lowe's with the rebound in housing sending a lot of do it yourselfers into those stores last quarter just like at home depot yesterday and imagine a shortage of sugar could happen bad weather destroyed sugar cane crops in the U. S. Mexico and Thailand that officials are warning that already tight U. S. sugar supplies could get a little worse I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio Celtics continue I wanna roll those that story is coming up next at six oh eight hi Steven Margie Kate's corners of national lumber national lumber is known for having the paint was for Bob is is a terrific guy and he's been with us a lot of years and really gets into your head and tries to help you figure out the right color looking for he got written up in The Boston Globe and people come from all over the place to find Bob the plate was for Steven you know how indecisive I can be and are paying consultants help me narrow my choices from thirty five hundred callers to one that's the key bring a few samples home instead of forty fifty colors to put on the wall and we mix properly the thirteen stories that we tell them you want to have some great people who mix paint to perfection mixing colors is not simple science my least favorite subject Benjamin Moore paint and stain and national number and that would be able Spain decorating part of national numbers family of companies Benjamin Moore paint like no other visit Benjamin Moore experts dot.
Poltergeist: A Playful Ghost?
"So far in my investigation of the paranormal metaphysical. I've covered a lot of territory today. I'm GONNA look poltergeists. Generally these are spirits that are thought to be playful ghosts. An example of a playful ghosts occurred here in. Ashland Oregon. When a psychologist from Palo Alto California purchased a home here and ask once belong to one of the founders of the
Body of Seattle man found over 35 years ago in local park is finally ID'd
"After thirty five years the family of a missing Seattle man find some closure the body of a young man was found in a park in nineteen eighty four with no ID the king county medical examiner's office only had the man's fingerprints Dr Kathy Taylor says they were finally able to identify the body of thirty year old mark L. Ashland after hearing from a woman who had been searching for her uncle we just need that one phone call we could see that one connection helplessly and John or Jane doe the fifth person chooses Ashlyn was buried in a grave marker jondo but now they can give him his name back
The Origins of the Ouija Board
"I've been investigating the paranormal world and metaphysical world for the past couple of weeks yesterday. I reviewed rain. Clervoy end and me a psychic and owner of Psychic Boutique here in Ashland Oregon and I asked him a question about a Ouija board. Got a really interesting answer so I thought it would only be appropriate to store in today's podcast about of Ouija board in the small seaside town of Dungeon a spay. The bodies of seventy five year old Eric Warden to seventy two year old life billboard were found on the beach without a mark on either body their clothes were so would sea water. An autopsy reported indicated. That water was found in their lungs. The bodies were discovered by a jogger whose tracks were the only ones found on the beach when the police arrived locals testified that the couple were often seen walking the beach. At twilight. The couple's adult son Clayton Ward. Came up from California but after three weeks of intense investigation no suspects were revealed and Clayton had to get back to his job as technology specialist for the Silicon valley giant apple but his parting comment to the Dungeness Bay. Police was when he returned he'd be able to identify the murder of his parents in eighteen. Ninety one a patent was granted to Elisha bond for the OUIJA board but one of the first mentions of the method used with the Ouija board is found in Asia around eleven hundred eighty in historical documents from that era but the design we know today was based on the talking boards of Ohio produced by Charles Kenner following the American civil war. Mediums did significant business in presumably allowing survivors to contact lost relatives. But talking board would be created named in Baltimore Maryland in eighteen ninety but the use of talking bores was so common in eighteen. Eighty six that. The News reported the phenomena as taking over the spiritualist camps in Ohio. Six months after his first visit to Dungeness Bay Clayton more return with a list of clues. He assured police that if followed would lead them to the murder of his. Paris seven days later after following the various clues. Police brought in Steve Hawks. The grounds keeper employed by the wards who under intense interrogation confessed to the drowning of the couple. He claimed that Eric had kept a large amount of cash in a safe that he planned on taking it. He was unable to explain how he was going to get into the safe. However when asked by the police where he got the clues Clayton Ward replied that he belong to a small group that used the Ouija board to solve crimes and when his father was contacted. His father's spirit told him. Steve had knocked him unconscious and then dragged them into the waves thinking they would be washed to sea where they would drown but he was on a word that it was low tide and they'd be washed up on the beach with the changing tide. Further Toll Clayton that. If the police went to Steve's house they would find the bloody tire. Iron used to knock them unconscious. Clayton returned to California when the police attempted to contact him with further questions about the clues. They found his address. Non-existent phone number disconnected and no record of employment at the Apple Corporation. The investigator that was brought in on the case discovered that Eric Milroy Ward owned a Ouija board and from a journalist kept learned that they were often the host of a spirit called. Zuzu Richie Board users will tell you that Zuzu is that demon spirit of the Ouija board and that sometimes she becomes protective of those of hold the door open through the board that allows him to enter this world. Where the wards holding the door open for a demon spirit that manifested into the image of protective son that never existed and when they were murdered by their grounds keeper was the door that allowed to pass back and between this world his shot. In which world is he
The Most Haunted Campus in America
"I thought I'd talk about universities. Colleges across the country that have huntings many universities across all of America boast a haunted building but Oregon Southern Oregon. University has several one including a missing millionaire several the structures on the so Kappa Southern Oregon University campus were built in one thousand nine hundred eighty four nine thousand nine five in that era. We'll begin our campus tour with the Swedenborg House. The white colonial style structure complete with pillars was built in nineteen four and was the home to Dr Swedenborg although it was built for Charles Chapel and for time the two families shared the residents. The doctor took in patients and it said used the basement does some more Jesse windbreaker. Millionaire philanthropist was one such patient who was eventually transferred to the new Ashland Hospital mysteriously disappeared. But that's sort of the story anyway. Daniel Schorr director of the Campus Paranormal Club States. That there was one spirit. Walk through the Swedenborg House. When he heard some sounds down in the basement several people went to investigate and felt very uncomfortable down there. They came back up locked the door. We continue the tour. He said after time those same individuals came back to unlock the door when they tried a blue arc of electricity shot off the DOORKNOB. This would be a normal. Currents with carpeted floors called static electricity however they want to do it again immediately afterwards and it happened again. The static electricity should have completely discharged the first time one staff member who were in the Plunkett Center. Lisa parcel said that everyone that had worked. There hadn't experienced something doorknobs. Jiggling doors slamming. It is said that the Susan Holmes resident's hall is the second most haunted place on campus during the nineteen forties. When under construction. The little boy drowned in the basement today. Many current residents of the hall. Say that the figure of a small boy can be seen wandering the halls looking for a towel. Perhaps it's also said that in the late nineteen seventies. A young female student hung herself after constantly. Seeing the boy and being driven to the brink of sanity now we moved to Churchill Hall built in Nineteen Twenty Six and we'll still on the campus it contained an amphitheater and a conductor's box. Paranormal activity took place. One night a set was being built. One student asked that someone turn on the overhead lights moments later. The lights came on and everyone realized that no one had broken away to turn them on. Finally we get to Stevenson Union. Billy then the bookstore there. It said that it was a place where bodies were taken from the old hospital images of men women dressed like doctors and nurses have been seen running toward the bookstore from the front of the Stevenson Union Building. Today there are still students at refused to walk the southern Oregon University campus at night. But there it is the most haunted campus in America.
Regenerative Farming: Could This Be Our Saving Grace?
"Degradation is a global problem and the implications are pretty massive. The balance of our climate ecosystems food security in health are all on the line in this mini episode. Dr Hyman sits down with bestselling author. Miriam Horn as she. Shares one farmers efforts to rebuild the ecosystem at the soil using regenerative agriculture. And you really you know in your book rancher farmer Fishman. You're really kind of made the connection between the food we eat and the environment which a lot of people don't make that connection. You found an extraordinary farmer. multigeneration farmer who had an awakening Justin cough and a and he. He changed his whole way of practicing agriculture in the Midwest in basically the grain belt. And tell us about him and how he had as a weakening and what he's done in house transformed his form in those around him. Well suggestions is a fifth generation farmer and he went to college just us when there was this explosion in soil microbiology when people were really starting to understand the complexity and the importance of the soil microbiome so that was the focus because of his study was understanding. This incredible. What one of the farmers calls a little city underground where everyone's working together where fungi and bacteria are working together? Her to nourish the crops to hold the soil to build carbon in the soil to trap water to do to protect human health to protect plant health to all these critical critical things so so justin came back from college understanding that his most important job was to take care of those microbes that that's what he was really. Farming was the soil L. Microbes. And that the way to do that wasn't a platform rooms a soil this soil farmer and that the way to do that was to farm as much like the prairie as does he could be to emulate the native ecosystem that he lived in this lawsuit now lost prairie this period that had been ripped up by the sod busters to get to make his farm as much like the native Peres he could so that meant never plowing the soil you seed by blowing the seed into the soil. It meant leaving everything on top of the soil. The residues The living plants dead plants. You just leave it there as kind of armor And the holes like a mulch. Yes exactly but the huge scale because he takes when he harvests his weed or his soy he takes the grain out and he leaves absolutely everything everything else in the field. So it's like a ten five foot Tatami Mat so there is no erosion there's an wind erosion there's no rain erosion. It keeps his soils cool pool. Even when it's blisteringly hot in Kansas. I mean one of the greatest things about it. Is that these so microbes that are his most important charges charges when you plow so when you plough soil and you full that residue into the soil. It's like a big Gulp. Basically for those microbes. You're you're delivering them with a hit of nutrients that totally screws up the the balance of microbes. You get a huge overgrowth of bacteria at the expense of fungi. Yeah the bacteria eat through all the organic matter and respond to it as co two your fungi. which are the ones that are really doing all the hard work they are the ones that put out these these beautiful wonderful finger silvery fingers that bring nutrients to the plant? They get choked out by the back so important microcosm in the soil. Fast us at work of fungi. That actually is so critical for maintaining the soil health and even fixes methane which is pretty interesting. The bacteria hear that right. There's nothing fixing mcteer in the soil that help protect against the off gassing from the cows right well that you know more about you should tell me about that. Because I don't know a lot about millennials. Okay well you grasp cows. The you know you're still going to have methane. It's still going to cause. Climate change is far more dangerous. Turn Co two but we know now that the when you have rich grasslands Ashland's that actually there's methane fixing bacteria and fungi in there that hold back the met. That's why we had sixty million buffalo climate change. Well they certainly i. I mean that's fantastic. Hasek they certainly hold carbon. I mean you look at just in soils now and again. His model is the prairie so his metric is the prairie. So it's how close can you get to the levels of carbon and organic matter and the diversity and vitality of the microbiome in the native prairie. We still have some so you can go measure it and say and just in his you know he he his family had farmed since eighteen. Sixty five the old way. He's been farming the new way for about twenty years in in that twenty years he has rebuilt half the carbon that is in the native prairie. He's fixed that carbon in the ground. Because these again this all this organic matter. It's this kind in Goo that holds nutrients in the soil and these fun guy. They act she likes wrap their arms around the carbon and hold it there and the other really important thing in an ecosystem like Kansas which is some of the most extreme weather on earth the great lands and becoming more extreme. All the time is that if view if you don't plow the soil you know when you plough it's like when you ripped steel through soil. It's like a tornado and and an earthquake at the same time you scramble these microbial communities you rip apart these symbiotic relationships and you completely collapsed their world. The healthy soil looks like a coral reef. It's Ville of air and space for water. Plowed soil is just too hard pan that nothing can permeate so because Justin Justin dozen plow if he has a plan if he grows a plant like a radish or an Alfalfa plant that puts down a big old tap route. Ten or twenty or thirty feet down that not channel stays there when and so water can get you into his soil all the way down. The beauty of this kind of farming is it actually allows us to save the water. You're and complete the cycle of carbon. So we don't create emissions lead to climate change very powerful and just doesn't he doesn't aggregate he's able because he farms in this way that keeps us his soils cool and that captures every drop rainwater. He has no arrogation on his extraordinary right. And so you think about these. These as far as it used mass amounts of aggregation and then what happens is when there. There's drought no they can't grow food and when there's rain the soils can't hold the water because their depleted soils and they leads to floods which is why we see. This cycle of drugs dreads flouts clouds and drugs. It's mixing the whole world up and carrying a ton of pollutants into the water. which you don't want you know when soil is eroding? So is everything else like nitrogen that you don't want in your waterways and you know and it's a global issue I mean. There're a lot of people who think who can trace including the Joint Chiefs of Staff if who trace a lot of social instability in the world and even terrorism back to the depletion of soils to drought if people are starving if if they if if they're soils are depleted and they can't grow anything and they're displaced off their farms. They are extremely susceptible to radicalization and Tom Friedman in an writes about once a year he writes that column. I think there's a lot of legitimacy too it's true. I remember reading this book. That that You know we had sixty million bison we kill them all basically deprive the native Americans of their food supply and then you know fast forward into the thirties and we had the dust bowl bowl and they work connected because we protected the soils with the Bison and now we had none of that and then there was a scene in the book where caucus to ground where the the dust bowl was rolling into Washington. DC into Congress while the guy was testifying about what we need to do about it. And it forced the regulators to actually actually do something about it well and and Justin's family there are people who still remember it. Remember this wall ten thousand thousand feet high and two hundred miles wide of dust rolling across the prayer and thousands and two hundred miles across it. Stripped ten. Ten million acres of soil soil is essentially non-renewable and it destroyed millions of livelihoods and so that memory Murray Justin lives in that dust bowl region. He lives in the area that was depleted in that way and that memory. You know it's what led to the creation of the natural resource conservation service that the soil conservation service in the US government but also it really was planted the seeds for this revolution away from plowing because applying was had really set the laid the groundwork for that disaster
Train Crash Leaves Car Mangled in Ashland
"A a car car MBTA MBTA commuter commuter rail rail train train collision collision in in Ashland Ashland here's here's WBZ WBZ TV TV Julie Julie McDonald McDonald stuck stuck on on the the tracks tracks main main street street crossing crossing the the Ashland Ashland fire fire chief chief confirms confirms to to people people gone gone out out of of this this car car just just in in time time before before now now bond bond commuter commuter rail rail train train smashed into it on the tracks investigators believe the driver mistakenly turned off of main street Thursday evening then became stuck on the tracks the family of two ran into the fire department for help but the oncoming train was already approaching the stop
"ashland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Aspect of the town of Ashland Oregon. Did you may have heard of Organ you might associate the town with its world. Class Shakespeare. Perhaps a nationally acclaimed film festival or the Chocolate Festival. And the towns many five star restaurants they all attract. But it's doubtful that you're familiar with the faith. Healer that put Ashland Oregon on the map. In in Nineteen thirty-three. Suzy Jessil her husband and six children moved into a large house on Holly Street above Ashland where she remained for over thirty years us by nine hundred forty five news over as a healer in Ashland was published in true magazine and people came from miles around to be touched and healed by. Hi Miss Chessel. Suzy Chessel at her healing. Peak was seen between four hundred and six hundred people a day never charging charging more than one dollar per person. Her success at healing was eighty percent on a personal note. I have a dear friend whose father other now she young man was friends with. Joe Jessil the eldest son of Susie and also had the power to heal. My friend explained our father and show were doubled. Dating were driving from Ashland to Klamath Falls. My friend's father had an upset abscessed tooth and it was beginning to swell and hurt hurt. He wanted to turn back. Joe placed a hand on her father's jaw and said not to worry about it when they reached Klamath Falls. Swelling and pain were gone and my friend said her father never had any problem with that tooth. The chessel house and Hawley is now privately owned but across the street. The healing room is open to the public. An entire wall is covered with newspaper and magazine articles on Susie Jessil along with vintage photos. That show cars backed up for miles. The occupants waiting to visit the woman with the healing touch Ashland's miracle woman passed away nineteen sixty six at the age of this have any five the outpouring of tribute for the S- quiet woman who had been helping the sick and dying censor youth manifested itself in the form of scores of floral displays which all but covered the altar look wireless chapel a healer and Ashland Oregon was produced here at night. Owl Sound Sound Studio and brought to you.
"ashland" Discussed on WRVA
"Sunny and fifty two in Ashland is radio W. R. V. time eleven thirty one Iran's supreme leader wept over the casket today of a general top general killed in a U. S. airstrike in Baghdad his prayers joining the wheels of mourners who flooded the streets of Toronto demanding retaliation against America his death is pushing to Ron to abandon the remaining limits of its twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers as his successor and others vow to take revenge meanwhile president trump insists that Iranian cultural sites are fair game for the US military dismissing concerns within his own administration that doing so could constitute a war crime under international law a five point eight magnitude quake hit Porto Rico before dawn today unleashing small landslides causing power outages and severely cracking some homes it was one of the strongest quakes yet to hit the US territory that has been shaking for the past week there were no immediate reports of casualties and authorities say that a nine year old New York girl was among the five people killed in a crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike that also injured at least sixty people meanwhile Tories continue to investigate the cause of the crash that happened early Sunday on the mountaineers and roll stretch of the highway about thirty miles east of Pittsburgh checking your money the Dow was down forty two the S. and P. is down less than a point and the nasdaq is up thirteen your next news at twelve news on demand at newsradio W. R. V. A. dot com I am easy Stokes Richmond's news weather and traffic station newsradio Levin forty W. R. V. A. end on ninety six point one FM hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director.
America's Last Train Robbery
"Today. America's last train robbery when you think train rain robbery gang of horse-mounted Robert Stopping a coal fired locomotive then Robbie passengers and mail car. Then you've probably been watching you too many westerns. The nation's last train robbery took place high in the Siskiyou mountain range of Oregon nineteen twenty-three the train was a southern Third Pacific railroads goal special at left Portland October Eleventh Nineteen twenty-three knows Portland Oregon and traveled up this. This is cute mountains just south of Ashland Oregon. That's three. Dr Trevan Brothers waited brush on either side of the entrance of tunnel. Thirteen Roy ENRA- were identical twins. Third was younger brother. Hugh they figured that the Gold Special Mail car was carrying between five hundred thousand and five five million dollars in gold. They planned to rob the train and get away in a car but just the day before Roy was driving the car to the agreed upon placement. Mond when he went head on with a cow so they decided to hide in a nearby ravine for two weeks and split up the goal and make their getaway. They had a suitcase. The dynamite but no knowledge. How much do use Roy ray hopped aboard the train as it slowed for the tunnel? Hugh stood at the ready at the entrance when the attendant refuse to open the doors to the mail car. The brothers slid the entire suitcase of dynamite under the mail car. The explosion was so great eight that lifted the entire car off the tracks killing the attendant and setting fire to the wooden car in panic. Hugh Roy shot the Bregman as he emerged from the smoke and all three employees of the Southern Pacific were killed along the mailman. The brothers fled the scene. Hugh hitchhiked to Chicago and joined the army. Roy and Ray stayed on the move for four years. A two million dollar wanted poster blanketed the country. Meanwhile a scientists ientist from the University of California and the search applying their first USA forensic investigative techniques. Hugh was captured. I and sentenced I live in prison when the twins were captured they plea bargain to avoid the death penalty and also received life in prison. Roy could never rationalize she attempted. Crime and killings was diagnosed with schizophrenia and received a lobotomy and died in Oregon State Hospital for the insane. Nineteen eighty-three three was released from prison. For good behavior in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight but died of cancer. Three months after his release Ray was parole. Parole in one thousand nine hundred seventy three at the age of sixty one and died in a nursing home at eighty four at tunnel. Thirteen the side of the robbery. A wreath can be seen seen above the tunnel entrance retired police officer. Johnny Howard replaces it every year in memory of the victims. What is considered one of America's Erica's last train robberies train? Still climb the Cisco's pass through tunnel thirteen. They're made of metal knock wood and mail. Cars are guarded did by railroad security as for the gold dot. Mt Brothers were after there wasn't any gold and the gold special at all. It was simply blake. The name of the train
Parasite / Pain and Glory / Contemporary Chinese
"Welcome to film spotting we've been reviewing Bongino hose films here on the show since two thousand six his monster movie the host was our first experience with the director's work which combined genre film making with social commentary and often comedy sometimes a little horror thrown in as well I was looking back Josh Oh pierce notes just prior to coming into the studio and it turns out the host reviewed with the original co host on the show now our producer Sam the next Bunkum we saw and talked about mother with Mattie then you came in to talk about Snow Piercer so we're now into two films from bomb long where we don't have a new film spotting host so I think that says something promising about our future yes we're committed I guess Ocho okay we both did where we both on that show well no we were both on that show I can't remember either but OCA- I try not to think about very much not because I didn't necessarily like it it's just so disturbing yeah it really is and you do get that with Bong on occasion not reviewed here on the show but movie I definitely recommend two thousand three's memories of murder from Bongino his latest film parasite just made it to Chicago last weekend and we are going to talk about it here in a second but we do also want to mention that we're GonNa talk about the second film and our contemporary Chinese Cinema Marathon Fruit Chan's the midnight after comes to us from Hong Kong and it's another one that likes to mix all these different cinematic styles together it's a blend of science fiction history and comedy and probably seven other words that we could throw out came out in two thousand fourteen and was made in the wake of some major political protests in Hong Kong long and here we are in two thousand nineteen protesters again on the streets of Hong Kong we will see how all of that does or doesn't influence our experience with the film but I our review of Bong Jun Ho's parasite I wanNA start Adam by jumping back to the aforementioned snow piercer in that bond film Tilda Swinton looks out at the scraggly lower class citizens live in the steerage section of that title train and tells them you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed as we mentioned parasite also has class issues on its mind the movie opens on a struggling but scrappy South Korean family we've got out of work father play by song Kang Ho the star of a handful of other bond films and a mother played by Jang Hygiene as well as a brother and sister played by Choi Woo Shik and six Oh damn there probably those characters in their teens or early twenties I would say now from their semi basement apartment the Kim family watches at St level the world pass them by if not drunkenly piss on their building they're not in the best neighborhood when the sun happens into a tutoring job with an obscenely rich family the Kim see an opportunity with a few white lies and some scheming they try to find ways each of them can be of service the Parks Lee Sunken is Mr Park and show Yo Jong is the mrs now for a while things seem to be working for all parties involved but we do have the creeping sensation Adam that the lower class Kim's might also be suffering from the misplaced optimism of the doomed the class critique in Snow Piercer had all the subtlety of an axe fight appropriately parasite isn't quite that blunt but I don't think you could say it's subtle either hatchets are also involved at one point given all that Adam did you find that bonds new film had anything significantly different to say about class or is he highlighting income inequality just in a very different sort of setting here. Well I'm going to bow out of your question a little bit Josh because one I would need to rewatch nope Piercer to probably truly thoughtfully address that question and I would need a little bit more time with parasite this is still processing review we just both from the at screening but to that question of the commentary about class as we said it's really been a part of all of his films all the ones that I've seen any way not just in snow pair Suba going back to the host going back to mother there elements of it in memory of murder as well and I think the genius of Bong has always been not so much what he's trying to say but how he says it the new and inventive ways he's been able to tell what really is one of the oldest stories one of the oldest conflicts that goes back to the very beginning of civilization I agree with you completely that this movie maybe seems to be a little bit more subtle than Snow Piercer definitely doesn't have the camp element that you get particularly with that Tilda swinton character but before we really get into how Bong Explores the issue of class here and really what makes him so ashland filmmaker just a general comment having just come out of it we both really didn't know anything about this movie we knew basically at minimum that it had some thing to do with class and we did expect that but otherwise had no real idea even picking up all these comments these raves coming out of film festivals and all these tweets and letterbox comments about it we'd manage to not really have anything spoiled for us this movie was a surprise from start to finish for me but when you're seeing all these people that we really do trust and our tastes even align with just rave about this movie you go into it expecting transcendence not just smart and really L. Mater entertaining it a little bit provocative no it's gotta be borderline sublime and despite those high expectations bog June absolutely nails it here at least for me when it starts the movie high was according to wasn't snow piercer but actually one of the best films of last year from here Kazu Coretta shoplifters because that's a movie that opens just like this movie does with a family fallen on hard times they're out of work they are skimming to survive and that's what we get here and then we remember or reminded fairly quickly in this movie that this is wrong film and that he would sooner cut the heart out of the movie and show it to you that actually give you a lot of heart and there is a satirical element to this movie it's absolutely incisive when it comes to class distinctions it doesn't pull any punches about showing how loathsome almost everyone in the film can be we're going to be very Acre because we want all of you to have the same unspoiled experience we just did but then without resorting really to any sentimentality or convention party he also manages to make virtually all of those same loathsome people tragic or at least tragic in their own unique ways and they talk about classical Hollywood cinema the Lubitsch touch how about the bunk touch. I'm GonNa give you a moment without giving away any of the significant details that comes I think about three here's the way through the movie and at this point I've already been swooning over the camera movement the composition the lighting the occasional use of slow motion that just team so perfect the score which I think is wonderful here sometimes light and sweeping very orchestral and then it gets progressively more haunting and unhinged just has the story does and then you get this moment the does three things all at once and every Bongino film manages to give you at least one moment like this or the totality thirty of the film does this to you it's a moment where you laugh out loud followed immediately by recoiling in horror and not horror movie horror real genuine shock it's something terrible the just happened to someone and the crassness the absolute indecency on the part of the person who committed the act all while being an author of how it unfolded the cinematic dance of it the actual choreography of camera and actors and editing and the thing is I know you know exactly what when I'm talking about can I just ask does it involve a kick it done okay maybe benefits that you are two seats away from me and we had the same exact I mean did you go through that same yeah sequence of thought and you know and you're you're hinted at this as well but part of that whole package you described is also the understanding of why the act took place yes and being on the side of the person who committed it a little bit just as much as your other end yeah exactly which gets to what you're saying about how he handles all these characters shoplifters definitely came to mind for me of course a Japanese family there and that here Kazu Kurita film but really the filmmaker I kept thinking of here and has not occurred to me and other bond films was your ghost lengthy mouse this is tone tone but yeah waiting for this this is the dark side of shoplifters it's could very well be your go slant film in the way it is unbelievable gene about how dark humanity can get but also as you were just describing uses humor not the way horror or dark comedy sometimes does lighten things but to drive that point home kind of twist the knife I'm doesn't offer us release through funny moment but implicates us in the humor's wall which is what happens in that sequence that you're talking
"ashland" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"ashland" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Now is the Ashland police chief Lin Wolford thank you so much coming onto camel ex. Thank you for Linda. I'm excited crossing guard of the year. What a title tell me how that came about. You know, it's almost by fluke. I had no idea that there was such a thing. Petition for America's favorite crossing guards. But I was approached by a parent who works for safe kids in Columbia but lives in Ashland, kids dot com and say kids worldwide and she became aware of this program. It's only been around for three years. I guess where there's a competition as knitting involves community though. The background check and an item that we right to say why we should be chosen for the top five. So. Oh. Would it be? Okay. If my name was submitted. I said heck, yes. Yeah. We can do not win. And there's the money there's a monetary benefit for the school district. So it was kind of a win win situation. So she took it from there to get me into the program. Yeah. And then it just the the rest was applying. And you you want us other as a hundred and sixty nine different nominations from people in different communities across the country. And that was great came in number one. I was really honored humbled. I with my community that. Vote you know because you could vote once a day. Yeah. Or, you know, initially everybody was thinking just based on the votes in. So we will really pushing to get everybody to vote and because we were competing with. I think there was hundred sixty nine nominations were some thirty one states. I see. In the first one that was closest to me was from a suburb of Akron, so much bigger area. Basham five thousand. Yeah. Akron, large city. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So we we we really just got a good push going is very much support from expediency to get this done. And then I guess maybe what I wrote about myself was impressive to go along with with the community votes. Yeah. You know what? I what impressed me. And I didn't quite understand how the police chief is out there as a crossing guard to how many different things are you doing in a day? I how do you find time to do things like that? Well. I just make time for it. And I'll tell you how that started when I was selected as the police chief in two thousand thirteen I needed a way to introduce myself physically. I lived near Ashland. I didn't live in the city limits. And so I wanted to resume snow what they were getting four police. So so was looking for a problem to solve to get to know the community. It's the same same time. So I discovered that the south campus the school district in ashlin. It's where the primary Noam entry schools are those just it's it's where two streets come together to two lane streets with a whole bunch of traffic in the morning, and it's been a four-way stop where if you've ever been those four we stop, you know, it's always tough to decide whose turn. It is true. So rather gloomy fishing flow of traffic? It was kind of stop and go situation. So that we'd be backups congestion. It would finger out through the streets to where do we just sometimes just gridlock? And then makes a pedestrian inside that when it's nice enough. The kids would walk to school. Well, we also have a walking school bus here. So that's that functions during the fall spring summer summer school. And so it was just a bad mix and meet it needed help. Well, I thought this is this is the way to do this. I'm just going to get out in the middle of the street and director, traffic and decide who goes on. And then I can stop traffic when necessary for for the kids to cross the street and you committed every day. Every day to day yesterday in the school year. I did. And it's really really helped. I mean, I got a lot of feedback from the community that says, hey, just be a best. If you weren't there. So. Basically painted myself into a corner because once I got to go, I really couldn't stop. But it was fine. Because I love to be there at the same time. I'm introducing myself. You know to the kids and the parents. Interaction. Yes. Huge. That is really big. What's the general attire? What do you what do you wear when you're out there? Well, initially, I was just wanting to she. With a reflective vest. And some high visibility gloves. So everybody would understand the signals that I'm giving him. But. I would. Yeah. So I wanted to live in it up a little bit. So what I did was I on holidays. I would add some hats. You know? Day. So it really really got the attention of the kids. And so I started out of some. What that more into was new. Not have to buy the hats anymore because the kids will encourage in. Two. Great little program participation from the community rather than just move. Yeah. You see these things outside of schools, and it's unfortunate that drivers are aggressive outside of schools. You know, they feel like they gotta get somewhere quickly. And there's kids that Cadarache into the street faster than you could see them. And it's it's really scary situation around these schools. So I know what you're doing is a is a really good thing. Plus the aspect of being able to get to know the kids their parents being able to be friendly with them, the the relationship that you have with the community is very important really in any community when it comes to the citizens and police, and it sounds like you're building those bonds. I can see why they picked you. This is a really this is a great story. It is it really just turned into just a great community projects is really what down to. And you know it. Confidence in their police department because one of these people, you know, Ashleigh news suburb of bigger towns or really a bedroom community. So these people go off to work and then either kids with us on their houses. You know, I think it's just comforting. First thing you see when he gets school is a police officer. The kids, you know, mature everything's good. The rest of my staff, they scare the houses that are empty just works out. Really? Well, so we get great sports. What happens when you go on vacation? Somebody has to fill them typically go anywhere during the school year. I'll just wait till summer. If I can't be there one of my staff fills in or I do give feedback that. Fame. Rewarded you ever seen that old TV show? Probably been off the air about ten years now Reno nine one one. Yeah. Well, the the one character when he'd go out and direct traffic yet some dance moves he would do dance moves. You have any moves on the street. No. Oh. I've done some funny moves out there. So. So so basically the community the southern Boone school district was awarded ten thousand dollars for your work. And I bet they're very appreciative of that. I'm sure that will go to good use. Plus, you're doing great things in your community. I'm glad you're doing that. Congratulations on the big win. I'm glad it's here in Missouri. And I love hearing stories like this. Thank you. Thank you very much. I'm I'm glad that this about in very proud of the communities that you know, made it a win Ashland. Police chief Lin Wolford, you know, you're going to have to do this until the day you die. Now, they love you so much you're you're basically committed for life. Yep. Yep. That's what my deputy chief scales. Bad position. Would he's going to have to step up their game. Wherever the next chief might be police chief Wolford, thank you so much for joining us here on camel ex. You are welcome. Thank you. That was fun and joining us on the G L international realty guests line. We got a new sponsor for the guest line, the G L international realty guest line now that it is officially March. First how about them? Now, I wanna play this real quick. And I think Jim fish back is going to be able to call us in the next break. I messaged him on Facebook. 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"ashland" Discussed on WRVA
"Katz. Newsradio W R V A, as you know, the final Friday of every month is blue Friday on this show, where we take the opportunity to talk with honor investigate some of the activities of some of our local law enforcement officers folks who have gone above and beyond and we are always able to get a collection of people men and women who in my opinion represent the best of the badge. Well, I'm thrilled to tell you the chip wants his joining us chip is the public information and crime prevention officer for the town of Ashland's police department and thank you for being here. Thank you very much. Let's talk a little bit about your role. But I guess before we get to that. Tell us a little bit about the police department in the town of Ashland. Well, we are a twenty six officer department we serve the town of Ashland affectionately known as the center of the universe. Yup. We worked very hard to. Two. All town provide the biggest footprint possible. The police department can have okay now, tell me a little bit about because I think sometimes it's not that people forget, but everybody loves ashlin goes there for any number of sort of cool purposes, which might lead to any number of criminal activities. I would imagine right. Yeah. We even though we are small town. We we have challenges we are in a large metro area interstate ninety five and route one bisect town. So we have a lot of traffic, and we have a lot of things going on. Yeah. Well, tell us about the the attitude because I love and a half love for years the center of the universe moniker. I mean, you're you're part of that. Oh, yes. I believe the resume generally believed that our small town is the centre people come here for the trains town environment. And it's great because we tap water that small town environment. Yeah. But very close to to an urban metro area that people can leave and come up and experience that well, I think some folks when they think of actually go. Okay. Well, we got Randolph Macon you've got college kids. They're college kids and any number of refreshments activities lend themselves to troublesome events. But there are a lot of people. I think who visit Ashland particularly Christmas time. Right. Enjoy what's there? And then leave would you've got you've got a great population. How many people in the town and self about seven thousand five hundred okay? So in the seven thousand five hundred you've got to interact, obviously, tell me about some of the promise shop shop with a cop. Right. Is that right? Right. Okay. Working with our our residents and business community. We put together a program on the holiday season at Christmas to provide. Christmas and holiday funds here toys food right for children, and their families who are very deserving and may not have the opportunity at that for Christmas. Okay. And so that's something that members of the Ashland police department, go out and take care of we knew we we solicit donations are businesses are very supportive. Our residents are very supportive. They not only give their time and their money, and and support us through food and all sorts of things that we put together, and then we can provide for for some of these families that like I said otherwise wouldn't experience the cheer the holiday season. Absolutely chip wants is joining us chip is the public information and crime prevention officer for the Ashland's police department. He is our blue Friday honoree this month chief Goodman nominated you. But I I get the sense chief Goodman, also nominates you for a bunch of extra duty, right? We were joking about this. You're the public information officer, you're the crime prevention officer, but you're also out there on the street is well, yes, you wear a lot of hats some small department. Yeah. You know, there are times where. Desist patrol and just taking calls, but that's good. Because it allows you to remain connected to the residents and continue to do assets are facets of police work that you may not otherwise get to do. That's a great point. Now, you you mentioned shop with a cop that happens when we've got we've got plenty of snow on the ground. But you've got Kona with a cop where you're actually sort of bringing in ice in snowy stuff. Explain this to me. So about three times each summer we work with Kona ice of Richmond. And we bring Kona with a cop and we rent the Kona ice truck. And our officers are police cars, we escort them around the town of Ashwin and we get out free cone ice to kids in the neighborhood. We try to kick it off at the beginning of summer. We do it and nationalized out and very soon. We'll have a unfortunately for the kids. With a cop at the end of August. Wow. Now, I think it's hysterical to to think about all of this. And I think it's wonderful that you're that you're involved in all of this that you mentioned national night out in the corner with a cop and national night out. Tell me about how national night out happens in Ashland, many of our communities neighborhoods apartment complexes, they will create their own events. Invite their invite the residents and their neighbors, Oliver officers, not only our officers are elected town council. Members are mayor town officials. We will all participate. We'll go out in the neighborhoods. Give out again, the cone is. Wow. All right. So the support you get from the community pretty solid. Absolutely. The great thing about a small town. Is you see so many of the same people every day? Yeah. You get to collaborate and work with them residents businesses. Our business community is so supportive of our efforts. It's not even also within law enforcement, and what we do as a police department, but also or other efforts and just helping the community as I said, we want to have an impact and have the biggest footprint we can have in our seven and a half miles national. Yeah. Yeah. Now, you talked a lot about kids and back to school and the rest of it on the other age spell on the other end of the age spectrum helping out seniors in your community as well. Yes, we work with the Hanover county sheriff's office in our local triad, which is a senior citizens..
"ashland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Of Ashland Kentucky has bowl will deliver remarks at take questions about her career in national security, hassle was confirmed to be the first female director of the CIA and made her nomination was controversial because of her role in the Bush administration's detention and interrogation program. Among her critics is Kentucky Republican Senator rand Paul Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W H A S China facing a new round of terrorists. The White House announcing plans for ten percent tariff on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. The sanctions will take effect Monday and will rise to twenty five percent at the beginning of twenty nine thousand nine the administration has already targeted fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods with terrorists prompting China to retaliate with similar penalties on US imports to China. Actor Tom Arnold filing. A police report over a scuffle with producer Mark Burnett. The report alleges Burnett committed battery on Arnold at a pre EMMY awards charity event in century City, California, the tiff coming as Arnold prepares debut is TV show. The hunt for the Trump tapes. He's searching for supposedly damaging tapes on Trump's years on the apprentice, which was produced by Burnett and the Louisville cardinals. We'll have a new starting quarterback this weekend. Coach Bobby betray, no says Maliki Cunningham. We'll get the job when the cards head to Virginia Saturday. Yeah. You know, he's had twelve possessions that he started and scored eight times in those twelve possessions. He gives us energy. He gets the guys around him to to play hard Cunningham replaces Puma pass who left the game against western Kentucky in the second quarter. He provided a huge lift for the cards rushing for one hundred twenty nine yards passing for eight more. Your next news update coming at seven. I'm will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H, A S Kentucky, honest, breaking.
"ashland" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"You know these wonderful women why known Ashley were so blessed to have you as. Their mother, and I just love to see multigeneration powerhouse women, do, so many great things for the. World and and Naomi I bet, a. Lot of our listeners don't know how active you are in humanitarian and social issues I mean you've, done food, drives and, your hometown of Ashland Kentucky which is where my mother's from, so a big shoutout. To Ashland, Kentucky you've been on the national advisory board for mothers against, drunk driving the boards for Saint Louis university. Liver? Center the parents television council own and on your work with. World peace initiative. National domestic violence hotline I mean you are. Amazing in terms of your charitable work humanitarian work but then you started to work with animals right I remember Being in a board meeting with you one, time and, I asked, everybody to go round and say whatever it was in their, heart and when it. Came to, me I just said I kind of look at it my, lap and I said sometimes I like animals. More? Than people Isn't that the truth I love that I remember, that I learned were that and Naomi were so grateful that americanhumane because you've been a board member since two thousand fifteen and you have done so many incredible events for us hero dog awards the. Lady. In red gala or congressional briefing with kids with cancer or canine military. Awards and and, I will never forget how you advocated for war dogs on Capitol Hill to make sure that every single war dog. Gets a ride home and gets to retire, on US soil with dignity wow tell us your, thoughts about how it was to advocate for war dogs first of all loved.
"ashland" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Hi kitty, Ashland, kitty Ashland. Hi, kitty, Ashland's stop. Hi, Katie. Ashley in dope? 'em. Personal favourite. Hi, Cutie. I standout. I read that was like, what? What? A rude way to start their voicemail listened in just said, hi, Katie, Ashley investments. Okay, that's not. So that's the thing. And then because what what was the last wrap? Air horn. What did you say it said? Hi, Michael, Laura, Laura. I saw one that was where would the phone for a rep from here on out? We're gonna go. It's actually. Where. You're bad at both. So it works. I was reading one transcription that was so confusing. Like usually you get the gist of what they're trying to say, or you can interpret in your head. This one was just baffling. Do you have it? Of course he is. I think I'm I don't wanna call the talent, but I can. I can usually decipher what thinks like what they actually were saying based on what this. I don't know about this one. Okay. Why don't you read it? I will try to decipher it and then we can play with the actual one is, do you know what the actual one? Yeah. Okay. So you'll be able to know if I'm getting it really wrong or getting close. Sure. You read this transcription of voice mail left for us, read as red dramatically by Ashley, do it like a kindergarten teacher reading, just kidding. Do it like you. Hello, my sheep wearing very good ex- off to a great star. This is Emma Bay Packers singing at a Nashville, Tennessee and hoping for a Packers patriots SuperBowl for a longtime. That's our fault. Not yours. Katie wanted to know when your favorite in Rogers balloons. Anal. Oh, think your phone baby..
"ashland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Covering a range of topics here from you never thought you gonna cost you it's a it's a busy night tonight jessica in ashland jessica welcome you're on tonight's i call them i with boston mayor marty walsh good jessica i live in ashland but i work at a business on boylston street and i will try to be brief as possible but we've had multiple issues with the homeless population in the in the neighborhood there's been times that i had to call three one month there's been times i've had to call nine one one because i was threatened either for my own safety or for the safety of my employees even this morning i had to call three one one to have a homeless person removed at eleven o'clock in the morning from in front of our business and even then i don't know that anybody actually came to remove him i think he had just left on his own accord and left everything in front of the store that we had to clean up as well so i i just didn't know i think what your plan was if there was a plan in place to kind of deal with the situation and and get the people that are homeless in the city help and and be able to run run our business let me just start with before you hang up me we number so i can contact you tomorrow so you have a direct call contact you know we've done we've done a lot of work with homeless people in the city of boston the last four four and a half years with housed eighteen hundred chronically homeless people in boston we've created a shelter system that actually outreaching to people in the different neighborhoods and trying to get them into treatment or recovery or help whatever's needed to to move them along.
"ashland" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"For today's episode is ashland carter ashland's a new friend of mine and she is a gal is inspiring me like crazy these days she's a copywriter a clicker an amazing speaker who travels all over the country teaching creative women how to tell their stories and sharing her story to and that's what you're gonna hear about in today's upset today ashland's gonna be telling us the story of how she's battled perfectionism work life balance an eating disorder anxiety and depression she tells us her story for covering and of grace and how she's learning to work from the place of rest not from a place of hustle and that is just the beginning friends i took notes like crazy during this conversation i seriously have whole list of things that ashley mentioned in this episode that i cannot wait to put into practice in my own life but even more than that as we talked i feel like ashton gave me the biggest hug she has this wave immediately feeling like your best friend and helping you see that you're not alone in what you're going through and that's exactly what she did for me right before we jumped into the conversation i told ashland that i was pretty sure i was going to cry during this episode because we were going gonna be talking about exile on a day that i was really struggling with it myself ashlin looked mainly i right before we started recording and said steph you are so not alone in this and then i did start guys if you struggle with perfectionism or if your work life balance is totally off these days or if you're struggling with an eating disorder or with anxiety or with depression there is one thing i hope you walk away from this conversation knowing it's exactly what ashland told me you are so not alone in this cannot wait to jump in but before we do there's something i wanted to make absolutely shared a tell you about so few months ago i was speaking at an event and sharing the story the lipstick ospel by the way if you haven't read it yet the looks across my very first book it's my testimony of the story of high became christian and you can pick up a free copy through the.
"ashland" Discussed on KTRH
"It doesn't matter and then you build up this frenzy in the public you realise half or more than half of the american people want donald trump indicted her one donald trump impeach because of what the media have done to this country the media are watching government the media or fronting for this pretoria and guard the praetorian guard media fronting for the left in this government and i blame rod rosenstein for the whole damn thing torpoint colmey spotty he knows the guys luck robert muller blew the anthrax case five years five years he's smirin a guy for five for him years he knew it was the wrong guy has never apologized to ever even at the department of justice paid him almost six million dollars that is the person whose reputation was destroyed by muller muller new at one point that he had the wrong guy but he wouldn't admit it and that's where we deal with here by the way i want to salute the southern boone school district in missouri boon county missouri after tragedy to high school in south florida police in southern boone county are taking action the ashland police department announced on friday it will be placing an officer in school buildings in the southern poonch school district at various times during school hours quote after this last event that occurred in florida we decided you know what we want the community to know that it's very important to us that the kids are save said ashland police chief lin wolfert that that parents can go to work and know that their kids are safe wilfred saidi different off duty officer will be present during random hours while school is in session will be a different buildings throughout the day the research in houston no one has a more comprehensive system for attracting the right kinda buyer then lance location of the loakan group at kellerwilliams now smart buyers come from around the.
"ashland" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
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"ashland" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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