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"black hills" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | Last week

"black hills" Discussed on AP News

"Noting that the black Hills in South Dakota were taken from the Lakota people by the US government against treaty agreements. The events could draw thousands of South Dakota GOP is selling T shirts with Trump's likeness on the monument alongside Washington, Jefferson Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. On Aurora, Colorado police officer has resigned, and interim police chief Vanessa Wilson takes action against others. I terminated the remaining three They're no longer able to wear this badge represents this agency. Three officers took a photo of them, smiling as they reenacted the chokehold death of Elijah McClane, sending it to one of the officers involved in his death. He responded with Ha ha. During a rally Friday night, McClain's family friends and community activist noted that justice was swift her for the mocking photo. Than the use of force that led to McLane's death. The two other officers who stopped the young men are still on the force Authorities air looking again at possible criminal charges after clearing them last year. At least four people have been hospitalized following a shooting near the food court of a mall in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, Hoover police say at this time, they don't know the condition of those who were shot. They also don't know what led to the shooting. Nor how many gunmen were involved. River Chase Galleria was the scene of a 2018 police shooting of an officer freely shot a black man who was armed with a gun after mistaking him for the suspect. In an earlier shooting at that mall. This is AP News. Arizona is one of many states seeing big increases and not only Corona virus cases, but also hospitalizations and death. Dr. Matt Heinz works at Tucson Medical Center more than just closing the bar beats. It means a kind of lock it down. Probably for a good 30 days. Maybe 45 days. See where things were at what and then decompressed. And and reduce be demand on critical chair nationally. The Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center says more than 129,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. 52,300 new cases Friday, including 9500 additional cases in Florida after a record of more than 10,000 new cases on Thursday. Five people are dead. At least three others seriously hurt in a crash Friday evening on an interstate in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police have not released a cause for that wreck. As Washington's NFL team looks at its name. Baseball's Cleveland Indians are doing the same. I'm to McGuire Happy news..

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President Trump Brings Big Fireworks Displays Back To Mt. Rushmore

Environment: NPR

03:26 min | Last week

President Trump Brings Big Fireworks Displays Back To Mt. Rushmore

"To South Dakota and Mount Rushmore now that is where president trump will celebrate independence day this evening. He along with seventy five hundred other people will be treated to a three hundred fifty thousand dollar fireworks display. That is courtesy of south. Dakota taxpayers trump takes credit for reviving the big displays after environmental concerns, stop them in two thousand nine, South Dakota public broadcasting's Seth tupper reports on why the fireworks were banned, and how the president brought them back. Big expensive firework shows like this one erupted in color over the carped heads of Rushmore. Every July for about a decade. But the National Park Service put a stop to it after two thousand nine because of pollution and the wildfire risk to the surrounding black hills national forest. In January president, trump said those aren't good reasons to cancel a fireworks display. They say what can burn stone stone. So, nobody knew why they just set environmental reasons, so I called up our people, and within about fifteen minutes we got it approved, and you're going to have your first. Big Fireworks Display at Mount, Rushmore and I'll try get out there if I can. Right I would say that those comments are not informed comments, and that information is out there what the impacts were Cheryl. Schreier was superintendent of Mount, Rushmore National, Memorial from twenty ten until last year. When the big displays started in nineteen, ninety eight dozens of firefighters had to be stationed in the forest nearby to put out fires started by falling embers debris from the exploded fireworks. Shells delivers the forest in two thousand sixteen, a chemical link to fireworks called perchlorate was found in drinking water wells at Mount, Rushmore levels are not regulated in South Dakota or really, but they remain higher than standard set by Massachusetts and California. Schreier, said it all added up to a consensus when she was in charge, fireworks were not going to be a part of Mount Rushmore any further, but shortly after taking office in two thousand eighteen Republican governor Christie Gnome says she asked. President trump to bring the fireworks back. Footage of them aired all over the world, boosting South Dakota's tourism industry and he ever since then has kind of I. Don't know taking the bull by the horns you know been. Passionate about it a park service environmental review concluded in April found. The fireworks will not have a significant impact on the environment. Seventy five hundred people won tickets to the event in an online lottery signs, encouraging social distancing will be posted and masks will be made available, but GNOME says nothing will be required. We did have a plan originally of social distancing. We do not anticipate any social distancing activities during the celebration protesters pushing for the removal of statues say Mount Rushmore honors to slave owners, Washington and Jefferson calls to face. The memorial are circulating on the Internet. And Native American groups plan to protest, they say the mountain carving and the fireworks desecrate land they, lost broken treaties. Whether could add a final wrinkle. Authorities have set of go no go criteria that could cancel the show if fire conditions are too dangerous.

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Trump to kick off Independence Day weekend at Mt. Rushmore amid anti-monument push from activists

Rush Limbaugh

00:43 sec | Last week

Trump to kick off Independence Day weekend at Mt. Rushmore amid anti-monument push from activists

"It certainly will be a different holiday because of Corona virus. Fireworks canceled here in Charlotte and most other cities. But there are two big shows this weekend with President Trump attending both the 1st 1 tonight at Mount Rushmore president heading to the Black Hills of South Dakota, where he'll deliver remarks and fireworks will fly high above Washington Jefferson Roosevelt in Lincoln, as will the Blue Angels in a flyover. Some 7500 folks expected to attend, but he'll be met by protesters. Sioux Tribe leader held Frazier, who's calling for the removal of the Mount Rushmore Memorial, is blasting tonight's event, saying We are now being forced to witness the lashing of our land with pomp, arrogance and fire, hoping our sacred lands will

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Trump visits Mount Rushmore amid controversy, coronavirus concerns

Charlie Parker

00:29 sec | Last week

Trump visits Mount Rushmore amid controversy, coronavirus concerns

"South Dakota today to watch a massive fireworks show tonight at Mount Rushmore. Tribal leaders plan to protest his visit to the national memorial in the Black Hills, which the Sioux tribes considered sacred grounds. Trump pushed to override longstanding bands on fireworks shows at Mount Rushmore, where firework shows have been prohibited due to concerns about wildfires. Several 1000 people are expected to attend the fireworks show. Although no face mass will be required and social distancing won't be enforced. Gruesome new

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"black hills" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:33 min | Last week

"black hills" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And it was when Obama was in office that that was Decided that they were going to stop having fireworks over Mount Rushmore. Ironically, fireworks happened throughout the black hills and several other communities at the same time, the only ones that were stopped. We're the ones that were at Mount Rushmore, but We have now gotten them back. We've gone through a year of environmental processes. We've gone through the permitting processes. The National Park Service has been doing controlled burns and back burns, making sure that we've done assessments and Met all the concerns. So even though we are having fireworks back at Mount Rushmore, you know we've complied with all of the environmental concerns that may be out there to do this correctly and safely and have a wonderful event. So Bernhardt, who is the secretary of the Interior has been fantastic to work with on it, And it wouldn't have gotten done without his help with me and the president constantly pushing to get it done. Well, Governor. Ah, I appreciate your hard work and appreciate the way you've handled Cove it and everything all the way along. I would like to be the first to be Oh, arrogant enough to even ask the question. Last year with this fourth of July, we were supposed to be in Gettysburg and we were working on a a fireworks presentation very different and really Really quite amazing, and I would love of place to do it. Ah, Is it possible at all that that Mount Rushmore might be available next year to do something? Oh, absolutely. Yeah, We're going to continue the tradition of having fireworks there at Mount Rushmore this year. Obviously, we've pulled out all the stops. We've got flyovers. The Blue Angels air here. We've got several different Military aircraft that will be their doing some special things. The president will give us a speech. The the U. S Air Force Band will be there playing. It's going to be a special event. We had a lottery system per ticket. 125,000 people. Submitted within two days into receive 7500 tickets that can be given on the place. People are coming from all over the country to enjoy it this year, but we will tell the story of Country, our history. I think the president's speech will focus on hon. How important these leaders are in the mountain, and it will be a great launching pad for your event next year is well, We're going to continue that here totally valid. We value this country and the opportunity we get to wake up here every day. So crazy horse. They still do fireworks there, do they not. You know, I'm not sure if they do fireworks, actually, at crazy horse. They do some special events there on and there is several communities real close by there that you do fireworks. But how does the isn't Go ahead. I'm sorry. No crazy horse is just a really special place is well. It's sacred to the Lakota nation and the native Americans in the area and it is an entire mountain that is being carved today and still worked on toe honor, Crazy horse and his leadership to our native American people. So That is just not too far from Mount Rushmore. It's a wonderful thing to see it all people in the area as well. Yeah, it's Oh, it's truly a wonder of the world. I think it's if you think Mount Rushmore is impressive, crazy horse when it will be finished, probably around the year 3030. Is going to be absolutely remarkable. I mean, it's it's amazing and it's a private family. They won't take any government money to do it and it's it's really remarkable. How does it is the sacred mountain all of those air sacred mountains. Is it just Mount Rushmore That is an offense to the the Native Americans. Or is that overblown or or what? There's actually other locations in the black hills that they consider to be very sacred. I do know that through the entire black hills, many within the Native American community I believe that it belongs to them, and people will have to study our history to really see where they land on that. But there has been some legal action and some some some decisions in court in regarding that in those decisions, But regardless, there is always a consultation with Native American tribes on everything. Even with this event at Mount Rushmore, there was consultation with tribes. To make sure that we were complying with the cultural balance. That's there. So that's something that I hope everybody recognizes that we think is incredibly important. And we did consult with them as this was planned and making sure that we honored that Yeah. Governor Christie Gnome from South Dakota have a great time this weekend on DH celebrate the true meaning of Independence Day and the the true promise that those documents that were signed on July 2nd July 4th I'm really promised to Everyone, no matter their color. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. Exactly. Yeah. Thanks so much. You have a great day, too. You know, it's it's It's incredible to me that Ah We don't recognize the bad things in our history and quite honestly what we did to the Native Americans, especially the Native Americans in South Dakota, you know, 100 years plus It was horrible was truly horrible. You know it, it it. It ended in wounded knee, which I've been trying to get the Um The Congressional Medal of Honor winners. Two. Rescind all of the national medals of honor to anybody who received one for wounded knee. It was it was It was a slaughter and Ah, we knew exactly what we were doing. At least the leader that came in from Washington. He was he He didn't care. Hey, had his own point of view about the native Americans and he didn't care and it was a slaughterhouse and a massacre and it was wrong and we should recognize those things. But we should also recognize that there's a lot of people then and a lot of people now that are that take their spirit from Davy Crockett and appreciate the Native Americans. I'm I. My ranch is part of Sacred territory from the Native American tribe, and it's the Shoney's and we we take that seriously. There are There are Indian prayer circles on one of the hills of our ranch. And we believe this is sacred ground as well on do everything we can to protect it and to keep it a sacred land. All right. Our sponsor this half hours relief factor. You know, there comes a point where You're like, Wow. Ah, my body doesn't feel young anymore. It's also it feels like it's on fire all the time, and it can be debilitating. You know, you get inflammation, and that is the main source of our pain. So where are you on that scale? 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"black hills" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"black hills" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"All the lines are full of you're trying to get through right now we'll just start taking these calls right now Dr Carter Carter good morning good morning Jim look no more available somewhere for it is a black on black hills but everything's going really also a total chance last mother's day got my wife Betty pomegranate tree okay got a five foot diameter well there is no doubt well ordered in any sort of Pakistan underneath it out of the owner thanks so far sooner okay okay but if you check your tricks or anything I can do to keep this thing alive yeah pomegranates couple things is make sure they get full sun good drainage don't let any competition grass weeds up to that trunk keep it clean keep the molds replenish some mulch twice a year six days a year yeah and then in may and coming out of the summer heat in September a good double shredded hardwood mulch or compost a living mulch train it in January you want to designate a lease five major trunks north south west east and and then remove all the other each your five total five told trunks but spread out in north south west east xterra and then all of those five individual trunks you wanna skirted up like remove all the branches from the ground up at least eighteen to twenty four inches and they tend to soccer a lot they have epicormic shoots a come from the bottom base so it it's just it's always only five gallons when I when I got it so maybe nearly forty eight inches now okay well these are just guidelines said you'll you'll have to take care of and then make sure that the trees not plant two two deep you know make sure there's no axes motor saw upon the ground and your homework assignment is go to our Aggie horticulture website under the fruit tree section and we have a ton of good good information on pomegranates on a brochure their educational literature and then if you if you Carter or other listeners have room for another pomegranates a before they run out of panic says a shipment of US special ground Purple Heart pomegranates which is one of the best pomegranates to grow but very very hard to find so if if you have rooms consider planning another one out there okay that sounds great I'll take that advice a little quick question I've got on the front of my house which stations north of battle eight by eight Chechen traveler wants out and signed off on two sides of the house on the other side so special it's all yeah I can get you can grow their online trying to find any topic just ground cover anything a little dance that act it doesn't take a lot of makes sense pretty shady the yeah I don't may maybe gets thirty percent song early morning or late afternoon afternoon only and then there there is sporadic you have a lot of big big oak trees surrounding them they're great okay one of bill's favorite that'll talk about Tuesday's weapon are it would be the Castro implants which says store looking green upright growth that are about two feet or so tall upright growth the original more more like like church ground cover type then try yeah but you don't want turf grass you wanna plant that resembles like turf correct well actually I'm not sure you can get as close to turf wrestling I can get it well okay well if I want the only turfgrass selection of warm season grasses that you can try to have a little bit more shade tolerance would be Saint Augustine and the one would be like pow meadow F. J. selector del Mar so if it gets a little bit late afternoon sun it should go pretty well there still mode too too low then if it does get extremely pretty hot late afternoon sun you might try some very gated Littorio which has a variegated leaf to and purple blooms to which are very beautiful as well okay that sounds very good I'll take a tractor get it yeah L. I. L. I. R. I. O. P. are they real player of the tomato tomato I because I wrote a brief letter appear real yeah okay thank you very much and have a great day thanks for the call good time real quick to talk to another David in Wimberley Monday of how you doing good morning gentleman called me from god's country here in Wimberley it's a beautiful beautiful day anyway the reason I'm calling you is a plan of the Becontree out here in front and it was only about eight feet tall about eight years ago and that was about thirty five and the last three or four years of it that way born originally was that a yes and this year hasn't come in yet and I'm just wondering is this something that is seasonal or does it come in later summer or it depends yes sama depending where you're at depending on the season depending on the weather eccentric etcetera etcetera some years are worse than others some years and might not see it some years you might see two three warm generations in the same year so you just keep the tree as healthy as possible because in mulberry tend to be very susceptible to that AV eight some of that you can make sure that the trunk of the tree is X. has a fuller roots emerging off the trunk that are visible that it's not planted too deep aerating the soil in the lawn or the core aeration of the soil well levy eight some of that unneeded stress and then just good maintenance of deep watering and nutrition will all be a part of that but on that unless you're a commercial grower of fruit and nuts we really don't recommend prophylactic approaches we only scout and practice integrated pest management and once we see early symptoms of the damage and we spray accordingly Malcolm back used to get a hold of bamboo cane along long bamboo cane like they used to slash accounts from the trees and right and nip the webbing early in the morning and and observe the paper walls to go in there just annihilate that nest of caterpillar so if you do have paper wall spend your not worrying you to leave them alone because our great hunters of that caterpillar here let alone around here so I was wondering about six inches of mulch around the tree not right up next to the tree itself and how often do you think I should order it depending on if you have not production on it if you have any good fruit production on any fruit trees a rule of thumb is a done inch a week for survivability in lieu of significant rain events particularly during the summer months a deep watering once every three to four weeks okay D. bordering would be about how long of a time you start from the drip line and little bit Allen a little bit and and pride twenty to thirty minutes deep there are water throughout the root zone okay that sounds great thank you much for your device called David and Leslie Allen and Becky and Bob and Rick don't go away we're gonna take your calls may have to take one or two off figure but that'll work too don't say what's going on and fed ex's weekend they're having a special promotion on some unusual and hard to find plants from the local research and development volunteer team partial proceeds from the special plants will go to the change of they can continue to bring out the new hardy an adaptive plants to the market for everybody to enjoy now robbed a rusher from the R. and.

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South Dakota National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:08 min | Last month

South Dakota National Parks

"Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about South Dakota. I'd like to welcome back to the show Gary Art from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? Surprise surprise about national parks. This time about the National Parks of South Dakota Gary. Welcome back to the show. It has been so long. Yeah and we never get to talk so it's always a pleasure. It has been a very short period of time since I talked to carry but we have talked about doing this show since we ran into each other. Probably at Mount Rushmore last October September September. I think yeah. Maybe it's October. But yeah we're going to t backs and and this was totally unplanned. You just happen to be a remote rushmore exact same time. It's one of those odd coincidences that happen. And it doesn't happen to meet all that often but there are some national parks in South Dakota. That are not Mount Rushmore. So where are we going if we go to the National Parks of South Dakota? They're six national park. Service sites in South Dakota and five of them are in the West located in or near the Black Hills. And then there's one all by its lonesome in the east so we might as well talk about that one. I and that is the Missouri River National Recreation area. It lies on the Missouri River as you might guess given the name it is in the charming little town of yanked him. South Dakota believe it or not. I was actually rather curious to visit yanked and because I had read a list several years ago that had the cheapest place to live in America was yanked in South Dakota so it was kind of curious to see I was kind of curious. What kind of community is this? And it's very nice and it's not rundown or anything now it's cheap. It just happens to be in the middle of nowhere and that's why the site is right on the border with Missouri arm starting Nebraska and it's fifty nine mile stretch of the Missouri River. Very nice some very large bluffs that are overlooking the river and a national recreation area. So it's not a park if you go to the visitor center and look to get your National Park Stamp. It is not a visitor center per se. It is the office. So that's where the maintenance vehicles and the office staff and they're all there and in that building there's a very small lobby and they just sort of stick the stamp out there for people that want it but unlike pretty much every other national parks that you go to. There's no movie there's no displays none of that. It's very straightforward. It's just something that you can visit. There's a bridge which goes from South Dakota to Nebraska that crosses the river and that's probably some of the best views you're going to get of the river if you WANNA take some photos. There's a place you can pull out just before the bridge. You can't really stop on the bridge nor can you really walk across the bridge. So that's kind of difficult so you just have to keep those things in mind. It's far enough east for. I think you could easily do day-trip if you happen to be in Sioux falls or if you're driving across the state I mean if you wanted to dip down interstate ninety s the interstate. The kind of runs across South Dakota East West. You could do that if you're a serious national parks. Yeah other than that. There's not a lot there. Well I should say for the listeners. The show who are either not from the US or possibly geographically challenged the Missouri River may not stick out in your mind but Missouri River is the longest river in North America. If you include the merchant into the Mississippi River in Saint Louis even if you don't include the Mississippi part I believe North think it's the Missouri Mississippi Slash Missouri. So if you took if you went from New Orleans and then just kind of banked left at Saint Louis rather than right that would take you further. 'cause THE MISSISSIPPI goes up into northern Minnesota whereas the Missouri goes much further will the I? I'm looking it up in the Missouri River just until it gets to the mouth Where it enters into the Mississippi is well for our European listers who I was mentioning this forest. Thirty seven hundred thirty seven sixty seven kilometers or two thousand three hundred forty one miles. So there's really quite an amazing amount of the length of this river not to mention the fact that it empties into the Mississippi River. The river at this point and yanked is pretty good sized. It's not a rapid river. Anything like that. It's far too big for it if anything else. It kind of gives you an appreciation for the river. Think if you go up to North Dakota there are some sites that are close to the as well and you with Lewis and Clark and these the Missouri kind of as their highway to get to the West speaking of the river. I in South Dakota many times live in Minnesota and I think South Dakota is kind of. There's two half's to the state the east and the West in the dividing line is the Missouri River it kind of goes along Nebraska and then it hooks up in when you're on interstate ninety that goes East West when you cross the river. The geography changes pretty dramatically so on the eastern side of the river. It's really flat. Is Your stereotypical great plains. Corn for miles. Once you cross it then you start to see hills instantly like instantly instantly. And that's a function of the river the meandering of the river in the flood plain and everything has basically scour out everything to the east of it and literally. When you cross the bridge you start to see some hills and that's not the black hills yet but it's kind of building up to that. I think you're still well over one hundred miles away at that point and all of the rest of the parks are in this. Western part of the state in the western part of the state is by far the most interesting. It gets the most tourists. You've heard of pretty much anything. In South Dakota it is to the west of the Missouri River in that Black Hills area. So we're talking deadwood Mount Rushmore while drug everything except the Mitchell Corn Palace.

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Mount Rushmore, its facilities, restaurants to open Saturday, 3 weeks earlier than planned

St. Louis Composting Garden Hotline with Mike Miller

00:26 sec | Last month

Mount Rushmore, its facilities, restaurants to open Saturday, 3 weeks earlier than planned

"This this this Memorial Memorial Memorial Day Day Day weekend weekend weekend more more more businesses businesses businesses parks parks parks and and and communities communities communities rolling rolling rolling out out out the the the welcome welcome welcome mat mat mat but but but others others others urging urging urging visitors visitors visitors to to to stay stay stay away away away as as as the the the U. U. U. S. covert death toll hits ninety six thousand CBS is Michael George report in the black hills of South Dakota mount Rushmore is opening on Saturday about three weeks earlier than planned sunbathing is still off limits at Los Angeles county's reopen beaches but officials are easing restrictions on bike paths

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"black hills" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | Last month

"black hills" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Monitoring social media posts among our listeners in DFW around the world these are the trending topic certainly started trending topic number for Taco Bell my favorite of the fast food restaurants I don't know how you eat that stuff I'm maybe once and I just I don't know what it's it's the late night food that you have after coming home from the club and you need to throw up and you know you're going to throw up but you might as well have something in your stomach to throw up wrong it's the gourmet meal you've always wanted is that what it is yes okay where are the best okay if I had to think really fight it tally in my head the fast food chain that went to the most T. bell winds water burger went for me Waterford is over rated water burger is extraordinarily good and never speak ill of it again I thought the only negative I got about water burger is it takes a little bit longer than I want yeah because everything is new and fresh they need to teach everything chick fillets probably let me tell you they seem to figure that out you know what though you know yeah you know you bring up a great point what a burger is slower than most fast food places they are right but the stuff is fresh they're practically running a wet market in the black hills the cow you want don't butcher it right there and cook that meet for yet that's how good water burger it's you that's B. S. anyway back to yeah the position will be for their standard jobs as well as new positions aimed at safety created during covert nineteen aimed at safety created I don't have a new safety created just I don't even have a clue what that means is this statement talk about said since everybody goes what the hell does that mean yeah I'd like to know they said the newly created positions are independent to keep the drive through running smoothly I said manage delivery I see that's probably it yeah the livery oversight pick up and mobile app orders also to maintain industry leading sanitation and cleanliness practices.

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"black hills" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:48 min | 3 months ago

"black hills" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is the Sean Hannity show hi twenty five down to the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one shot if you want to be a part of the program of spending a lot of time now a lot of states preparing for opening their country I'm sorry their individual states as I've been saying it's gonna be a lot easier and less densely populated states social distancing is just a matter of of the the actual population versus the geographical area when you now begin to contemplate the opening of something like New York City where we are you got it you know the small geographical area with the largest number of people and it gets infinitely more complicated but if we can open forty states and I'm forty five states and figure out New York City at some point you know we get our economy up running which is where the American people want to be and that's back to work and we can't forget that the supply chain for grocery stores even in New York in Long Island the epicenter I go into the stores every weekend and the shelves are stocked that's because the farmers that's because the people that are involved in in packing and shipping and truckers and and the same with the pharmaceutical industry our our shelves are full and every pharmacy and you got people building the ventilators in the masks and the respirators and the gals on the gloves so the entire country hasn't shut down and the sooner we get the country up and running on less money we're gonna mentally have to spend which we can't afford anyway at the federal level although we want to help out our fellow Americans and and the sooner we get the economy going the quicker we'll get things up and running and hopefully that V. shaped recovery happens as we've discussed Republican governor Christie gnome it's been discussing the implementation of a state wide clinical trial for the four hydroxy chloride could which we have talked at length about she's here to talk about that and opening up her state and about the best decision you ever made in your life was getting the hell out of Washington but I'm just guessing how are you governor I'm doing good John thanks for having me on your show well look I I know that your state is going to be easier than say New York City to open tell us what you're planning to do how you're going to do it how do you yeah we we know from medical professionals rebounds are always possible as a matter of fact predictable and likely and how do you deal with hot spots let's start with opening the state I never did shut down my state I never close any businesses who never even defined essential and nonessential businesses did not tell people to shelter in place I went instead what I did was I focus on personal responsibility and gave our businesses the opportunity be innovative I give them guidelines that are based on CDC guidance that came out on groups of ten last asked them to stay home if they weren't feeling good call their doctor wash their hands and we have cut our infection rates in half we we banter curve we're doing a fantastic job throughout the state and that's going down the spread of the virus we have one hot spot into fall South Dakota that's tied to a court processing plant but other than that I've just been super impressed with the people of South Dakota how they just decided that this was the right thing to do and they took on the personal responsibility of getting better getting the job done each and every day we got a long road in front of us but they are businesses are have given have been given an opportunity to to try to survive there has been a big change obviously in our economic activity but it wasn't because I forced them to close powers at let's talk about numbers in South Dakota let's talk about restaurants in South Dakota and and that center a how many people now have you identified is being covered nineteen positive and let's talk about the treatment recovery that necessary medical equipment ventilators all the things that you would have needed and did you have the well we've got a nine hundred eighty eight Colgate positive cases that we've had in South Dakota so far of that nine hundred eighty eight two hundred sixty one of fully recovered the issue is is that we have four hundred and thirty eight Vetr employees of this one pork processing plant and then another reading about another hundred seven article contacts the family members people that live there more in contact with them so seventy percent of my case is the end of one county that that got by far the highest rate of positive cases are tied to that one plant and its operations so beyond that you know we've got a couple hundred people throughout the rest of the entire state maybe not even that many that are positive and many of them are covering each and every day so the state overwhelmingly I'm in a good good spot much better than we thought we would be we just have to take targeted action in this area to make sure that we're slowing down the spread around that Smithfield how did you keep now for example mount Rushmore I've been to your state I've been about Russian I've actually was there a number of times when kids are playing tournaments in South Dakota but mount Rushmore is it that stay open it is our people can see it we're not encouraging people to come obviously because we don't want large crowds but but it is still there were people can feel it our our folks in the black hills you know the seller yeah it is it's a fantastic but we're we're hoping people will wait to come and see our mount Rushmore after we get through this virus we certainly don't want everybody heading to the black hills and then there being issues there but but now we have a chance I haven't given any direction to the National Park Service to close down mount Rushmore okay now let's go to the issue and maybe we can learn in a place like New York are now obviously you're watching what's going on here it's a total if I can use a freight ship show it's it's been hard it is thankfully you know what I mean they built this three thousand at hospital I'm not sure if you're aware of the Javits center thanks most of those beds were not needed is or the same with the navy hospital ship comfort most of those beds were not needed but what still and you know for the proof of models in this case thankfully were off but they've they've got all of these things online what do you talk about telling the people of your state to be responsible I love when people do it on their own because I don't want to violate medical privacy civil liberties constitutional rights that we we can't do that in this country so as it relates to restaurants they're open how are they dealing with it made it because maybe we can learn a lot from your experience yeah they are all adjusting their business practices they're doing a Kerry out and drive up service where possible they're also rearranging all their dining rooms to where there's maybe one or two tables in the entire dining room to keep the six foot distance from folks keeping it under ten people in there and then once the celery and then you know taking on the different types of approaches but and that's that's what I've found is that dictating to each individual business what they have to do is that workable I've I've long said that we can't do what feels good we have to do what does good we make decisions based on what exactly doing good out there and giving those business owners opportunity to think out of the box about how they not only protect their customers but how they protect their employees I think it gave south Dakotans the confidence and all I believe and now are that they will do the right thing and and they have overwhelmingly they've stepped up and recognized that this was serious and that they can control their own future and take care of their families and communities and and they have not been pretty direct with them I've been having press conferences every day telling them to stay home to limit their trips to make sure that they're making good decisions and so you know it's not that I haven't been giving them recommendations and guidelines the dictating to them at a time like this what works for their business I found was not going to be the best approach for our state so you got in touch with the president and the vice president and your request was that they supply you with enough hydroxy core Quinn and I know as of at least last week the White House said at least twenty nine million doses but I don't know of artists and pledged a hundred and thirty minute million tableau is a a company that produces hydroxyl Cork within Israel they donated ten million doses to the U. S. there is also you know ramped up their production of it I have cited on this program and if you like I'll send it to you I I think the foremost expert on the issue of hydroxy Cork when as a doctor out of cedars Sinai in Los Angeles forty two years of practicing he had this guy has more credentials four hundred peer reviewed papers chairman of the the lupus foundation of of rheumatology he wrote the principal lupus textbook is two thousand patients he has prescribed this medicine as he said in forty two years no patient of mine is ever been hospitalized for H. C. Q. complication he says as it relates to the recommended dosage actually he talks about thirty or sixty days nobody I know is using that that recourse run but if you start with a single loading dose of six hundred milligrams of H. C. Q. with followed by forty I'm sorry four hundred milligrams the subsequent days most are going five ten at the most I've heard as twenty days though he's talk about thirty or sixty days he said the risk is nil now this guy would know so my question is now that they have agreed to give you the hydroxy Clark win now apparently you partnered with Sanford health in your state and some other medical teams and you're doing a case study what are you doing or trial and we're doing a South Dakota is the first state to put in place a state wide state backed clinical trial of hydroxy we decided it was time to go on the offense against the virus Sanford health is a world renowned research facility and healthcare provider that has offered to meet this clinical trial but I also have two other health systems in my state our partners as well so I have all three of my major healthcare systems that will be participating on a statewide basis of a clinical trial that we have two different elements to it that will not only allow us to do a registry trial that world I work with positive people but then a second branch that will deal with those that are not positive but I've been exposed to will be able to catch the ball and what I did is ask the White House and talk with the vice president and mark meadows a couple times about it and share it then I would ask them for one point two million doses of hydroxy I like to help support this trial in the state of South Dakota and we are they go to or they will they be using as it from my S. and with it will they be using sync with it the conditions that Sanford have indicated that they will be working on the protocols they've already given the first doses of hydroxy two patients and that they're very interested in a comprehensive study Sean we're gonna be including up to a hundred thousand people in the study so it's going to be larger the first day ever to go from a state wide basis and our state is endorsing it backing it and helping to fund the clinical trial as well so yeah I guess I used to study so that their two studies going on simultaneously in New York Dr oz has been number on every day radio and TV was made for his his affiliated hospitals Columbia Presbyterian and both I'm aware of that study right his hospital and also and why you land grown are doing a study because when Dr oz's been pleading with people that have been taking Hydroxycut acquitted for either lupus or rheumatoid arthritis he wants to find people that have been taking it better call that nineteen positive he hasn't been able to find a single person yeah now doesn't mean that they don't exist he's trying to find the I know you're aware of what I'm doing in South Dakota he's discussed it and then on the national media talking about without the code is doing because it is so unprecedented so we're taking a targeted approach and making sure that we're going to go on the offense against this virus that we're going to actually not just help our people heal but then contribute to the long term efforts of.

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Selling Dinosaur Bones On eBay

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Selling Dinosaur Bones On eBay

"You can list all kinds of things on EBay, right? Secondhand books. Vintage clothes couches, but dinosaur fossils. Yup. You can make good money selling fossils online. But that does not sit well with some scientists Cardiff Garcia and Stacey Vanik Smith. They are hosts of NPR's podcast, the indicator from planet money, and they've got the story of one guys attempt to e sell a tab Ranna Storace. Rex here is the specific EBay listing for the T. Rex it. Reads young baby t Rex dinosaur fossil the price two point nine five million dollars. So first question who has a T Rex to sell on EBay? I I'm Alan Dietrich. And I'm a professional dinosaur hunter in the US. If you find a dinosaur on your property you own it. It's yours so Fussell hunters like Alan go to fossil country. I went to where they would find the big p Rex's Garfield county, Montana and carting county, South Dakota. The find the person who owns the property where the dinosaur is Andy says, let me look around your land for dinosaur bones. And if I find one I'll give you a cut, Allen's found a lot of fossils this way, including the baby t Rex binding dinosaur bones and selling them to museums and private buyers is how Allen makes money one of the pioneers of this business is Pete Larson. Larson runs. The black hills institute of geological research in South Dakota. So far, we've collected ten different trying to source. Rex skeletons partial skeletons, and that's kind of a record. I guess okay. Pete is being modest there around forty t Rex skeletons that have ever been discovered and Pete has found ten of them. When Pete started out in the fossil business in the late seventies. It wasn't really a job that people had but that changed in the mid nineties when a couple of things happened. I. That's such a good ROY even Spielberg happened. Yes. Even Spielberg happened addressing progresses. Huge hit. And suddenly everybody was super individuals and wanted to hunt for them a number two one of the T Rex is that Pete Larson found a T Rex named sue fetched more than eight million dollars from a buyer and people thought, whoa. There was real money to be made in dinosaurs. And suddenly Montana and South Dakota. We're just like crawling with fossil prospectors and fossil hunting win from this kind of sleepy shoestring academic pursuit to a pretty hot little business. Allen Dietrich is hoping to get a premium for son of Samson because it's the only known baby t Rex. So I'm looking at it. Now, it's two point nine five million approach to cheap. You probably it's priced to move. And sale. Yeah. Now, the for profit fossil business has caused a lot of controversy among museums and the academic community because some of the people hunting just have no qualifications. So they can end up easily destroying priceless fossils. But Larson says the fossil market has to evolve with the times without these private collectors. Most museums would not be able to get real fossils for exhibit, the EBay place seems to be working Allen dietrick says he's got an offer. Who is it a good offer? Well, I'm gonna use a double entendre with you. Okay. It's a bona fide. Stacey Vanek Smith Garcia NPR news.

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Someone is selling a T-Rex on eBay

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Someone is selling a T-Rex on eBay

"Is a lot of news happening right now. And you know, I feel like in a lot of ways it's just hard for any story to rise above the fray they'll start to blend together, especially if you do a daily podcast. That's true. But you know, every once in a while UC story that just breaks through all the noise just bust through it, all and the other day. I saw exactly this kind of story. And I ran over to cardis desk. Ran all the way over adjoining cubicle. And I was like Cardiff you're not gonna believe this somebody selling tarantulas wrecks on EBay. This is indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith, and I'm Garcia who didn't care if there was nothing else going on with that story. I was like soul. Let's do something about it. Yeah. So today on the show. Yeah. Someone is selling t Rex on EBay so many questions. How does one come to own a t Rex had you figure out what to charge for a t Rex? And who do you sell it to? We're looking for museums and billionaires in fact. The market museums and billionaires that right? Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Cleveland Clinic ranked the nation's number one heart care, according to US news and World Report for information on complex cases treated at Cleveland Clinic, or to get a second opinion. Visit Cleveland Clinic dot org slash heart care. Support. Also comes from nice a leader in customer experience solutions for contact centers. Get x one to see why eighty five of the fortune one hundred companies have already partnered with nice. Learn more at nice dot com slash c x one. Okay. Here is the specific EBay listing for the t Rex it. Reads young baby t Rex dinosaur fossil most likely the only baby t Rex in the world and as a fifteen foot long body in twenty one in skull with serrated teeth. The price is today's indicator two point nine five million dollars or best offer. Obio we're best offer. So first question who has a T Rex to sell on EBay amount Dietrich, and I'm a professional dinosaur hunter Allan found the baby t Rex. But I gotta say wearing out of boots you find it dinosaur. But says y'all got to go to the right spot Garfield county, Montana and carting county, South Dakota. So those are the two really good spots on T Rex and like all good fisherman. I went to where they were catching the big bass and find the big p rexes. Yeah. This is also the first thing I didn't know about finding telling T rexes. It's like, finders keepers. Yeah. In the US, if you find a dinosaur on your property you own it. It's yours. You can donate it or sell it or turn it into a coffee table, whatever you want. So vessel hunters like Alan go to fossil country. They rove around looking for likely dinosaur hot spots. They find the person who owns. The property where the dinosaur is or might be knock on their door. Andy says, hey, I've got a proposition for you. Let me look around your land for dinosaur bones. And if I find one I'll give you a cut, Allen's found a lot of fossils this way, including the baby t Rex he and his brother were fossil hunting in Montana when his brother spotted something in the dirt. He found part of a tooth. And we didn't know what it was we thought. Well, it's too small to be Rex it. It's it's serrated. But it it's too small. It was about two inches, whereas a full grown T. Rex tooth can be up to nine inches long. Terrifying. Allen and his brother weren't quite sure. What they had. But they started digging. We have ribs. We have vertebrae we have skull. We have the legs are are extremely long. So he was a long legged guy legs for days. I wanna restaurant. That's like we have vertebrae. We have. Anyway. Okay. Scientists who studied the specimen that Allan found. Allen's T-rex said they thought it was about four years old when it died and Allen named it son of Samson after t Rex he found years ago named Samson. You know, it's got a good ring to it. Yes. It does. So I feel like, you know, it would be good commercially to sell this dinosaur with the name son of good commercially finding dinosaur bones and selling them to museums and private buyers is how Allen makes money one of the pioneers of this business is Pete Larson. Larson runs. The black hills institute of geological research in South Dakota. You're also a fossil hunter you found. A lot of tyrannosaurus. Rex is far we've collected ten different transverse Rex skeletons in personal skeletons, and that's kind of a record. I guess okay. Pete is being modest there around forty t Rex skeletons that have ever been discovered and Pete has found ten of. Of them. And he is also found in sold all kinds of dinosaurs. But he says, you know, T Rex are just undeniably the coolest

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"black hills" Discussed on The Document

The Document

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"black hills" Discussed on The Document

"They stayed overnight in Las Vegas, then drove another two hundred plus miles east tomorrow Kenyan Arizona, then to tuba city Santa Fe and Lubbock then somewhere else in Texas like bounce out by Galveston. But were you having your conversation? Every you know, we we wake up in the motel and say, all right? What are we going to go today? We probably like look at the map real quick to see which route and which kind of town map like gay. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No phones. No. I mean, it's not fun with these phones. Paper map folded up on the dash in a car full of crippled coffee cups to orange Texas. Troy, Alabama and Perry Florida when they stopped the look for people to fill that could actually be harder than you might think. Especially in tiny towns like the one Stephanos stopped in the southern edge of the black hills. So I drove I were old like card John card, but couldn't find the owner and. Throwback to the station. Nobody was there throwback to the bar. A body was their key driving around and finally might guy just walking on the street and he stopped lake victory like pulled next to him. And it was I what's going on. You know is. I you undercover called family that. It took a little convincing. But he said yes, Stephanos set up his tripod and camera while the guy stood in front of a wood fence near the highway with his arms crossed my gig. From South Dakota named kind of explained it self here on that to the South Dakota border about going to Wyoming, Jake is in baggy jeans, and a black T shirt that has a skull and wings on it. He's got dark sunglasses and a bright green baseball cap, and he seems to be missing a tooth as he it's really hot out here. It's like ninety something degrees. Just got them. Mona lawn. Some kind of thirsty. There's a big soda in the gravel by Jake's feet. He picks up the soda takes a sip. And puts it back down looks like it's gonna storm your pre sued. So. It might just smoke this cigarette and head home for the day. It's been a long day. He stands there smoking looks left. And right picks up the soda again takes another drink and puts it back down. He takes another drag on a smoke and seen. You might not think that that is the most lucid eating interview you've ever heard. But I can tell you there's something weirdly profound about the entire scene. Maybe it's that he's not the kind of guy you normally see in the movies, or maybe it's because everything he says, and does is so mundane, but also seem so deliberate. Maybe it's just the way about him that says so much or maybe it's what he says or chooses. Not to say, the only rules was like tripod fixed camera, and now QNA kind of interview the only thing that is those people on a C was like please say your name where you're from rather than that feel free to tie, whatever you want can be something about this town could be something about some finance can be true can be ally. Or if you don't feel like talking just don't talk is also fine. Some people really took that to heart like a guy. Stephan. Oh met in Marfa, Texas at the lost horse. Saloon I arrived. And I took a stroll ended up being the bar, obviously, just to see you know, what was going on with what who's around this town and everything turns out, it'd be aware only one dollar, and he was a good deal that lonestar that'd be so, you know, one beer to beer, five beer, and that was pretty drunk, and he was working at the bar was behind the bar. And then I to ask him like, look I have to finish you. And it was, you know, very serious island kind of cowboy attitude like, you know, the bad has kind of guy, and he was I would see come tomorrow, they come in a few work, right? This definitely was not the first time. Some tourist had asked the bartender to take his picture. He was straight out of a cigarette commercial a beat up old cowboy hat, unruly handlebar moustache and a face craggy is the bark of..

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"black hills" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"black hills" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of Americans violated the treaty when a four letter word made headlines across the country. It's eighteen seventy four when the news hits the public that there's golden the black hills. And this is a time of depression in the United States. And so those men and some women who can outfit themselves and get their commitment and head to the black hills to mine for gold. The position of the US government is that. Minors are gonna invade that country and there's going to be a war with Indians. And that is inevitable. The white man had made a treaty with red cloud. That said the black hills would be ours as long as the gresh should grow and the water flow. Later. I learned that the long hair had found there much of the yellow metal. That makes the white man crazy. And that is what made the bad trouble. Blackout eighteen seventy four. Ironically, it was customer himself who started this gold rush after leading an expedition into the sacred Sioux lands of the black hills and discovering the pay dirt Custer has a great phrase. He says we found gold among the roots of the grass. Any creates this image enact phrase that just go there. You're a farmer, right. You're gonna just plow up the lab, you're gonna plow up the land. I you dig up the gold you put the golden the Bank. Then you put you in the ground more than fifteen thousand miners flooded into the region. Establishing the towns of Custer and. The government offered to buy the black hills for six million dollars the suit turn them.

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"black hills" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"black hills" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks so much guys for giving us a little time with the word. Nah, fracas en a U F R A G O U S, Greg. What does Dr fracas? Well, this is one that will appeal to classical music fans and aficionados is the tendency of people who are not educated in that music to miss attribute, the composer of a particular piece, but using colloquial names, for example, a piece like does lead vendor area, which some people that Wagner wrote it, but it was actually Mahler. And so they said dip, right. It should now freight. Gus did it. So through that one digital. It is something that is tending to cause shipwrecks. Tending to cause shipwrecks could be that. Or could be what Denise has. Okay. Enough frigates. This is very much in Montana term, and it's a knife with a short curved blade in. It's used out in the field. When you're preparing to skin your kill. That's enough radius knife for preparing to skin your kill. Or could be what berry has it is a kind of Montana thing because enough fragrance is a sore produced on a horse by poorly fitting, saddle it's also the punchline of famous old cowboy joke. Walking funny. Their partners at Arash. No fracas. So sore from a poorly fitting saddle or it's a knife for preparing to skin a kill or it's tending to cause shipwrecks. Well, debit really is one of those three which one is it. So. Tending to cause shipwrecks you know, what I kinda liked that one. You know? A you for nautical R A G. That's why I think it's bogus. I think you're right. It's yeah. It seems a little on the nose as we say in Hollywood. Knife knife with shorts slip that served blade knife. With a short curved blade to skin your kill. Soren a horse sore on a. Of course, of course, of course. He does sound medical to me, which is just a step removed from veterinary just can't see two guys out in the foothills of the black hills saying. Well, I killed him. Jim could you hand me? My now fracas..

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"black hills" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"black hills" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Incredible. Incredible. So you know, you know, you save some of the money, and then you could afford it. Yeah. That he paid his employees quite well. Right. And obviously reinvented the way not only cars are made. But the way modern industrial things are done mass production of the cars, and that sort of thing. I would argue you don't need. We don't win World War without a lot of that stuff is a lot of those plants were converted from converted from making cars to military gear yet. There's I don't think there are any nineteen forty three tight milk cars L, very few forty forty ones. Obviously, it would be around four forty five very few. Yeah. All right. So in nineteen twenty seven sculpting began on the faces of mount Rushmore in the black hills national forest in South Dakota, took a couple of us twelve years for some of the granted images to be revered and beloved, of course of how Washington Jefferson Lincoln, and then teddy Roosevelt took a little longer. I've seen video of the the the dedication of FDR. Sitting in the back of the car. He didn't stand up to make the speech so thirty or thirty nine than he ever seen pictures or or film of the the work in progress. I haven't really amazing to see because we you know, we seen these images all our lives or maybe you've been there. Got to go. I heard bad things. What have you heard? I. I've heard that it's a little out of the way from other things. And okay, this just saying I would probably go see it in a weekend. If I had the time, but that it isn't as impressive as it may be looks in photograph. Wow. Sculpture side of Iran. I'm just a mound. I'm just telling you, whatever remember I can remember as a kid when we went to see it. We were driving up there. And it is a little out of the way. But you have a magnificent drive to get there. Okay. You know? I love a good dry. We're we were going through a wooded area. And all of a sudden we turn the corner and there it was distance. You know, just as big as life. Yeah. I definitely think it's well worth seeing. I'll do it especially, you know, twenty how much I love presidents in the history. That's right. Oh, yeah. Guy like you. Yes. You need to go. All right. Can I get a couple? Can you write a note to my work? Yeah. Yeah. All right as Merle what you got for us. Nineteen fifty the first comic strip of Charlie Brown caught.

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NPR, Mount Rushmore and Debbie Elliott NPR discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

NPR, Mount Rushmore and Debbie Elliott NPR discussed on Morning Edition

"As you understood what humankind was what was and that was what she felt was God's. Work at she did she brought and. She changed fans are passing by Franklin's gold plated casket at the Charles right museum of African. American history there will be another

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"black hills" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the army is very reluctant and custer you know he's he's says you know listen this is a territory this really valuable we'll do whatever i do is retold to keep people out we'll try to do it but he's still talking about the value of the black hills so he's not the great villain of the piece but he's certainly an accessory to this invasion of of lakota territory in eighteen seventy three custer leads a successful contest against what becomes sitting bull in the su in eighteen seventy four he leads a successful expedition into the black hills and as tj just explained defines gold and then he takes time off to go back to new york to pursue wealth again to get in trouble with stocks way over his head in debt and to plunge again into very rough politics the worst of the second grant administration tj i the shortselling i like your careful resig recreation of the moments where custer borrow stock that he doesn't own and sells it back this is in the long recession of eighteen seventy three that goes on and on and on at the same time he's mixing with the corruption of the indian territory the the subtler the indian affairs and the secretary of war william bell nap is in charge of that these are two parts of his brain is that how to read this at one time he's being rascal on the stock market taking risks and the other time he he is haughty towards people who are are abusing are taking advantage of their thirties that had to read him to people yeah i think that i think that's true i mean one of the key things about customers how deeply contradictory he is and another thing is the way in which it all his coach addictions he so essentially reflects america at this time so custer was a gambling addict he found a stockbroker who had been a hungarian revolutionary and i suspect i absolutely love this man just just ivan he is again he's out of trollop trollop couldn't have couldn't have embedded in many better than he is trump would have immediately recognized him and thought yes this is the stockbroker who you know managed to come to the us after taking part in the hungarian revolution he's an adventurer himself custer finds in the man begins to finance custer's trading you know he doesn't force him to put up a margin in custer's early trades he's shortselling which you know unless you are a major financial player in your your hedging for for good reasons shortselling was a special technique and it was purely speculation inventing it at the time there are no rules there's no fcc they're just you just take your chances here you could lose your you lose your life if you're on the wrong side of this sale yeah exactly and custer plunges into it and unfortunately for custer the early trades make money and you know for a gambling addict that that begins to fire off all the snaps is that say you know i'm winning easy money keep it going and what happens is he ends up making at least extensively in the kind of formal value of the trades he ends up making four almost four hundred thousand dollars worth of trades and this is at a time when is i is that point out the final debt that he accumulates from losing money with interest because he has to write out a promissory note amounts to nine thousand dollars this is at a time when the president of one of the largest corporations in america might have an annual salary of six or seven thousand dollars i mean you know it's enormous amount of money for for an army officer and so culture was plunging into this at the same time he was a partisan democrat and you fierce political partisanship is something that we are very familiar with indian tire episode that he gets involved in is very very contemporary for us you know the the democrats won control of the house representatives in the used their control of the house to do what to carry out investigations that the administration in this committee hearing after committee hearing uncovering scandal after scandal now there were authentic true scandals in the graduate ministration he was also most of it was a continuation of businesses usual within the departments but some of it was very high profile and it became an issue with that it never had before so custer is in didn't it in outraged at this corruption even though he himself is man who stole a horse.

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"black hills" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we have the indian fighter to the tragic conclusion to tell and there are two episodes that are important to point to one more at this point complicated than the others will rush to that in eighteen seventy four the word is that there is gold in the dakotas there might be called there may be cold in the country has been troubled by catastrophe of a recession we would have called it a depression in those days but this is a great recession that will go on for more than five years and they're desperate for a way out the unemployment is high businesses have failed wall street is blown up money short everywhere and the word of gold tells the national leadership this is eighteen seventy four the national leader in eighteen seventy three they start looking for the national leadership wants an expedition to to see if this is accurate if there really is a gold goldfield and who do they call upon to lead the expedition george armstrong custer tj at this point is he america's answer to poverty as well have they made him into such a magical weapon that he's no longer fighting the savage the indian the aborigine but that he's going to he's going to save america from its poverty do they talk that way about him i wouldn't put it quite that way the way that the eighteenth seventy four expedition worked is that custer had had made a refreshed his reputation in eighteen seventy three when he was deployed to the the northern plains where the where the sioux were concentrated and that's why i came up against sitting bull in seventy four to sitting seventythree yes that's right and that was an expedition in which again he'd gotten into trouble because of his terrible reputation and then he actually fought two major battles with the sue and conducted himself quite well which which makes his his final battle so interesting eight hundred seventy four the army was did not have the same view of that expedition as the general public did so the army sent him to the black hills to scout the site for fort because the army was so hamstring after the civil war that what they wanted to do with the su we're at the peak of their power was to be able to retaliate again if they carried out raids on other native nations or on settlers in so they this was a hole in the chain of forts around the great sioux reservation but the public headlong heard rumors of there being golden the black hills in newspapers wrote of how other expeditions had been beaten back by the sue but they figured that custer would would find gold so there was a great expectation that custer would find gold and so a lot of the blame is put on custer custer went to get gold that's not true but it is definitely what people expected out of the expedition and sure enough they find gold and not only do they have to remember at the time there was still a gold dollar there sort of two currencies a gold dollar in paper dollar the greenback so gold was not worth money it was money it was like finding an atm that you know in the ground that spitting up cash of course you would go to it and so he finds feingold on this expedition but customer doesn't oversell it but he says something very important he says anyone can find pay golden paying quantities with very little effort the idea of accessibility is what drove gold rushes the fact that you didn't have to have you know big mining apparatus and crushing machine and all these other things that you need later on that you can go with a pen and that's enough and so it's that accessibility that sparks the gold rush in so this is on territory that the us has recognized as suit territory western sue the lakota it's their territory and yet people flood in by the tens of thousands us citizens do and the army you know actually does try not as much perhaps as they could but they do try to stop people from going in i found records of people being arrested in taking off the reservation but it's much too much of the army in the high command.

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"black hills" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hi wayne dance looks weak yes sturgis coming up here in a couple of weeks tell me going up you're going to write up thinking about it in your sidecar motorcycle do not really right out just become that big of a spectacle no you really don't park ride with you august third starts august third the kids are off that week the first week in august until the sixth were rough it's a friday and ends august twelfth no i can't say that one thirty seven yeah the back of your bike no i'm good i think i'm fine i wouldn't ask him why can't i sit on the back of your bike yeah kind of a long trip to have a big guy like you your big guy in the front yes i know and that's why you know i'm limited on my space as it is you know it'd be invading my spam okay oh that's that's a little hurtful if that's that's okay i know i know where i'm stand with you kid rock's plan where would we stay up all the rooms are booked all the rooms around our book you'd have to camps buffalo chip in camp and camp i'm not going to wherever you stay this wherever you stay but i betcha that's completely booked up till you've been up there actually i've never been up there no no i have three today of airbnb airbnb or the i'm sure they do i've stayed a couple we used to say at this ranch in the middle in the black hills and it was like five cabins on this ranch we'd stay up and then we'd stayed at the holiday inn and small place to stay when one of the kids i coached many years ago is the assistant athletic director at black hills state so yeah well i'll have room i don't know about you you you pretty much already determined how big a partnership this is i guess that's fine all right a car and sleep in a nice room you ride by the motorcycle by yourself and then you can just sleep.

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Maurice Granton, Gary and Truitt discussed on The Download with Justin Kaufmann

The Download with Justin Kaufmann

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Maurice Granton, Gary and Truitt discussed on The Download with Justin Kaufmann

"The man shot and killed in a shooting last night in brownsville the cook county medical examiner's office says twenty four year old maurice granton died of a gunshot wound to the back the suspect shot and killed during a drug investigation and gary has been identified lake county indiana coroner's office says he's twenty eight year old raymond true truitt the second atf agent was also shot in that incident he is in critical but but stable condition and a golfer from genesee illinois has died after being bitten by a rattlesnake is south dakota's black hills seventy year old lawrence walters was bit monday at l corn ridge golf course in spearfish the courses golf pro says walters was looking for a ball in tall grass when.

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Flu twice as deadly in Iowa this season

The Sean Hannity Show

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Flu twice as deadly in Iowa this season

"Center i'm michael williams a measure on water and infrastructure has passed committee oversight part of the bill funds a monitoring system on the missouri river to prevent a flood like what happened in two thousand eleven according to senator mike rounds what this is is this would actually give us more data on the planes snowpack the amount of water in the soil so we have not just the the mountain snow pack that we'd be able to measure but also the plane snowpack the bill also includes bank stabilization on parts of the river iowa health officials say the flu kill more than twice as many residents this year this past winter as the year before the iowa department of public health reported friday that twitter and seventy people in iowa died from the flu in the season starting last fall that compares to one hundred thirty three flu deaths over the same period of time a year earlier the receiver of the nineteen nursing homes formerly run by skyline healthcare says that have stabilized their operation black hills receiver llc issued a news release which notes it's stable physician efforts black hill says employees are being paid on time their healthcare benefits are secure and residents are receiving good care one of the nineteen facilities is in sioux falls covington healthcare center todd kello dot com news south dakota tourism.

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"black hills" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up to the grid but have cut their power bill's dramatically and now only have one line left on their monthly statement just the connection face so if that were the end of the story well there wouldn't be much of a story but it's not some of the deal as a retirees neighbors put up solar panels to but not enough to provide all of their electricity and under rate changes black hills proposal last summer these folks would see their electricity rates go up even more some solar customers would actually end up paying higher bills then if they had never installed solar in the first place i know it makes like no sense so for the portion that you're solar panels don't cover you have to buy the electricity from black hills but instead a charging the same rate as everyone else they were penalizing the solar owners and charging them instead twice the rate of proposing that solar owners felt like black hills was trying to punish them the company says it needed those higher rates to pay for upkeep on the whole electrical system at a plan to look at allocating the cop fairly across all catch microbes thus julie rodriguez who manages community affairs for black hills energy which is based in south dakota she says everyone who hooked up to the grid needs to help offset its costs and at this point residential customers with out though a panel our pain more than their fair share and subsidising the solar customer not surprisingly solar users see it differently said they were basically pitting solar owners against the other ratepayers so rosine manny deal as a retiree help form a grassroots group about two hundred people.

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"black hills" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The community many customers here couldn't afford the higher bills and had their power cut off the deal is a retirees who met in many native mexico 35 years ago were in a better position they descended to try and avoid those higher bills by installing solar panels on the roof buying on credit today the panel's produce enough electricity to power their entire home they remain hooked up to the grid but have cut their power bill's dramatically and now only have one line left on their monthly statement just the connection face so if that were the end that this story well there wouldn't be much of a story but it's not some of the deal as a retirees neighbors put up solar panels to but not enough to provide all of their electricity and under rate changes black hills proposal last summer these folks would see their electricity rates go up even more some solar customers would actually end up paying higher bills then if they had never installed solar in the first place i know it makes like no sense so for the portion that you're or solar panels don't cover you have to buy the electricity from black hills but instead of charging the same rate as everyone else they were penalizing the solar owners and charging them instead twice the rate or proposing that solar owners but white black hills was trying to punish them the company says it needed those higher rates to pay for upkeep on the whole electrical system it's a plan to look at allocating the cost fairly across all catch microbes that's julie rodriguez who manages community affairs for black holes energy which is based in south dakota she says everyone whose hooked up to the grid needs to help offset its costs and at this point residential customers without solar panel our pain more than their fair share and subsidised the solar customers not surprisingly solar users see it differently so they were basically pitting solar owners against the other ratepayers so rosine manny deal as a retiree help.

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"black hills" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KOMO

"Now stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time 1132 forty one degrees art sanders top local stories now from the komo twenty four seven news center she was just thirteen a woman claims her soccer coach began grooming her by saying suggestive things and sending text messages by the time she was 17 she says she was sexually abused now we're told the black hills football club arab olympia as settle the case for one point five million dollars attorneys for the now twenty five year old woman provided this audio of the deposition of coach david cross for my to staff here said was the reason why you came to be in a wunderlist white fan are generally wunderlist white van with this soccer player at that point at night well she wanted to talk about something i have no idea what it was and we met and she got in the van and we drove will we stopped club is settled attorneys tell us the judge will decide how much crossers personally responsible for in previous interviews club leaders said they fired cross immediately upon learning of the allegations viewers across the globe or thrilled to be watching the olympics in many are happy to see north korea behave well with its neighbours south korea but as cobbles charlie harger tells us one expert on the region is sceptical kim jongun has changed his way of fawning headlined some comparing the sister of the north korean dictator to ivanka trump are a little too much for author gordon chang who writes about the kim regime extensively for north korea is the most horrific regime in the world measured by any standard it is so the kim family now in his third generation ruling has killed millions of north koreans and it runs perhaps the most have stayed in the world he doesn't discount the possibility of a lasting peace in the region the cautions it won't happen overnight in the north korean government right now is carefully crafting his public image to trick at least some in the.

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"black hills" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KELO

"Time is 80 three from the kelocom news center i'm nick hill the next farm bill is set to make its way through congress senator john thune says they plan to start markups in march we have until the end of the fiscal year which is september thirty in the car one expires they had to give a new wanted on on hoping that we can be debt lie thune was at the black hill stock show in rapid city last week ply stock producers in the state have been worried about the new requirement using electronic logging devices in their farm trucks producers need not worry according to highway patrol captain john broers farm community the producers themselves have already been exam crumbling you can download a form from the public safety website to carry in the vehicle for the exemption south dakota lawmakers we'll have to wade through over 500 bills before they wrap up the session in early march representative mike stevens of yanked and says there are some standards to judge of bill the criteria that i at least i use and i think a lot of legislators is number one is there a problem number two is it something that the state can handle and if it doesn't meet those two then we kill it the session hits the halfway mark this week it's now the fifth week of the south dakota state legislative session but there seems to be no theme settler minority leader billy sutton of burke says there are a few topics floating around that may become the theme sutton is hoping that workforce development gets more attention especially as it relates to education and workforce development and workforce housing for that matter and so i'll have some bills on that that i you know getting bipartisan support on and hoped to work with the governor on some his initiatives do he says non meandered waters could take centre stage as well.

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"black hills" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"black hills" Discussed on KELO

"And on the radio we are going to postpone that auction from the second to the 29th and couple reasons why and this happens sometimes in the auction business this where you have to postpone and make adjustments because again we're working very hard from the seller i had an opportunity to go the sturgess motorcycle rally and with my beautiful wife and of course we got out there in the black hills and what better area to promote and auction that is selling uh fantastic live edge would uh in a large amount than out in the black hills lower ran into some what carvers from hill city and that date was not working very well for them what so ever saw but they are very interested in coming the auction i spoke with the consign her we put our heads together a little bit and we've decided would this make sense to do that and the consign her again decided yes i'd like these people to attend our auction seoul we went ahead and made the decision together to postpone the auction and tell the 29th which seoul if you have it written down for the 22nd scratch that out move it to the twenty nine th okay and we're gonna start at four p m because i have a ribbon cutting and very proud to be a member the suit falls chamber of commerce brand new member and we're going to do our cutting so we're gonna juice up the event a little bit more with a ribbon cutting the dignitaries they're going to be there and we've added a few fantastic items that are som a nice primitive antique collection in all the the cream cans that are there the wagon wheels and everything like that which again if you're in the arts are you're in the woodworking and everything like that you're end result of the project you're working on may involves some of these primitive antiques so we thought we'd mary these two things together and we're.

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