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"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:05 min | Last month

"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Help those in the community to avoid potential scams. Encourage people if you want to donate, be very careful about how you're doing that. I would stare you to the Red Cross. Obviously, Talita County is managing. That is well. The governor, making his comments at a press conference at noon in high school, which suffered extensive damage, schools and the county remain closed today. One man died at during an M medical emergency that he suffered during the storm and emergency crews couldn't get to him. Now, of course, five people were killed in Alabama in that same storm system that left tornadoes skipping across the Birmingham region on Thursday evening, Jackson E. M. C is helping with power restoration efforts in that area. Couple of contractor crews will assist personnel from Alabama Power Wdun News Time. 805 Games fills City school system has named Joy Griffin to It's no position of director of marketing, communications and public relations. She'll start her new job, April 1st exciting opportunity to be a part of that big red family. I always have been, but it's going to be exciting for that to be part of my career. A Griffin, who previously served as president of the United Way, and his chief administrator with Carol Daniel, Construction is against Phil native. She's a Gainesville high school alumna. Hall County schools will be switching up learning plans for May. 14th and students will not be on campus that day. Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Kevin Bales says there's a reason for that proposal would be for the state to be a makeup day from home for students. This is also the day that we will have graduations taking place across our district. Those graduations are taking place in each high school campus, so the school district wants to minimize traffic in all school clusters that day, so everybody from elementary to high school will learn from home. There's more news and access Wdun. Thank you much BJ appreciate that information, and we've got more to come back to the roadways. We've already made news with that this morning. We'll see if there any other issues out there that you need to be aware of. As you make the drive. Also, we'll take a look at how things are shaping up as far as your forecast is concerned right now. Pretty nice, although getting a little bit cooler, especially as we head toward mid week and into the Easter weekend. It is normal. We got to get to Easter before things kind of settle in. We kind of got spoiled some of those warmer temperatures last week and now we're seeing things again this morning in some areas in the mid thirties. Start out the day where I woke up the other morning was 59 degrees, when we started out, goodness, grief, all right, we'll take a look at that as we continue this news brought to you in part by Oakwood tire and more also by Hardy Chevrolet in Dawsonville Metal products. Wdun time. Seven after eight in North Georgia's news talk What's the Hardy Chevrolet? Different? It's a young couple expecting a new child needing a bigger car. It's that same couple almost 20 years later, buying that child their first car for graduation and then.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

06:05 min | Last month

"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Making donations to help those in the community to avoid potential scandal encouraged people If you want to donate, be very careful about how you're doing that. I would stare you to the Red Cross. Obviously, Callie to County is managing. That is well. The governor, making his comments at a press conference at noon in high school, which suffered extensive damage school is still closed. Now in the wake of this past week, severe storm activity that killed five people in Alabama Jackson DMC is assisting power restorations in our neighboring state. Couple of contractor crews will be assisting personnel from Alabama power, which serves about 1.5 million customers across the state. Those storms late last week also caused some problems with flooding in our region and Dawson County, for example for people had to be rescued after water started entering their home on Friday. Nobody wins. Kimberly Sizemore tells us what happened there. Early Friday morning, and 911 call alerted the Dawson County Sheriff's office that two females and two Children were trapped in a home where the water was swiftly entering. There was no power to the house so they could not see how to make their way out safely. Also, the river nearby had completely flooded their driveway with several feet of water. When deputies arrived around to 20 in the morning, they found the driveway flooded. They had to wade through the water on foot to carry or assist everyone to safety. The flood victims were temporarily taken to a nearby hotel WD when news time just after 6 34. There is a call to cancel standardized test in the middle of the cove in 19 pandemic, and it's coming from the National Education Association in a pandemic. Becky Pringle is president of the N'Diaye, she says. For more than a year, the coronavirus Pandemic caused many disruptions for students like trying to learn virtually also in the classroom. Under social distancing guidelines, students experienced teachers and family members getting sick, many dying, she says. That's a big factor in getting rid of these tents. All of that. Disruption and chaos honestly for us is educators with were forced to do it if it feels like it's like it's bordering on malpractice. What students need, she says, is more time with their teachers. Georgia officials have also been asking the government to give them a pass on national standardized test this year, and the Gainesville City school system has named Joy Griffin as its new director of marketing, communications and public relations. She'll start the new job. April 1st such an exciting opportunity to be a part of that big red family. I always have been, but it's going to be exciting for that to be part of my career. Griffin is a game still native and the Gainesville High School alumna. She previously served as president of the United Way of Hall County and also his chief administrator with Carol Daniel Construction. Again. This is a new position for the Gainesville City school system. You'll find more news said Access wt You win. All right. Thank you. BJ. Appreciate that Got something here. That's just totally frivolous. I don't know why people come up with this, but I guess so. We'll talk about it on the radio. Of course, Oscar Meyer's got a new product out. And it's not something you can necessarily eat. But I could see where it might get you in trouble. Especially if you happen. Tol have a dog in your house. And there are Oscar my announcing that they're going to be giving out shoe laces that smell like Bacon. They also look like strips of bacon. Okay, because why not? So, uh, I'm not so sure that's a good idea. But whatever you as long as your hands don't get greasy when you try to tie them together like they would with normal strips of bacon. I'm fine. Yeah, I got you. I got you, but my dog would not leave me alone. I mean, my shoes. We really think dogs knowing that your shoes now exactly bacon on him any way you can. You can enter. If you just put some social media out there and hashtag Oscar Mayer, Oscar cook my kicks or Hashtag sweepstakes sweepstakes. Do it By the end of the day on Thursday, 1500 people well, people will win it random or, like a savory stakes, But yeah, I guess it was more like a savory thinks is right. All right, that's all winning. It's a sweep stakes, not a sweet stakes. Well, if there were the sweet stakes it smell like peeps. Yeah, he'd have a smell. Yes, they do. Do they? Really? Yeah. I've never noticed that You've never eaten them. I've eating a ton of them. You have. Yeah. He never has to smell it. Yes, he better hurry. Well, of course I do. I mean, they're down in one bite. They smell like raw sugar is what they said. Yes, they look just because I couldn't. I couldn't discern their smell from all the other candy they were sitting amongst. And not that we have any of these around here. But 7 11 is teaming up with people. You know, we have the peep. See soda Pepsi with peach flavored soda. Okay, So Yeah Peeps and 7 11 have teamed up to make a marshmallow flavored Lata for Easter. Why? That's a good question. It's yellow in color, which we all know that you know That's a very natural thing. I feel like I feel like Jeff Gold Bloom from Jurassic Park. He spent so much time thinking about whether or not you could that you didn't stop to think whether or not you should weigh need to put that on a T shirt that actually applies. In this case, I will give you as much as I like people. I don't know that I want to drink them. Forecast coming up in just a second. I'll take a look at what you can expect from the weather. Today. The rain really is going to be with us this people with weak but not for at least 36 hours, 48 hours, So I'm pretty good shape in that regard. News brought to you in part by the Northern Agency, along with King Green and conditioned air systems. Wdun time 6 38 with mornings on Main Street. It takes more than just seats, Rain and sun to make a garden grow. It takes love to your German food bank knows that love means making sure that families like mine have food, but they can't do it alone. They need all of us to hope. Grows The Garden.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"His statement. We had to go to break. But Jeff, you were saying so We have Carol Daniel construction that's going through and going to give us a kind of a budget and a to do list. We don't have fun sitting aside for a complete renovation, so they're going to give us kind of steps of what needs to be done next, and so we can kind of bite that huge elephant one bite at a time to tackle it. We've got a community group that set aside that's helping kind of a steering committee and we're meeting monthly. So you know, we're working towards that again. Be patient. It's not gonna happen overnight. But things have definitely started moving in the last couple of months over there, So the ball is really rolling them. Yes. Oh, that is awesome. That is awesome. Thank you so much for having time to come and taking out your day to sit with us today. Thank you so much. You've answered a lot of questions for me, and it's good to hear that the ball is rolling and you got things going on in a couple a couple issues and it's good to know that your family's okay. Thank you. I'm glad to be here. Thank you so much for being with us today. Hey, guys real quickly. We've got another amazing guest that's going to be in with us. Steve Mickens of the boys and Girls Club is gonna be with us. Um, they've got a community meeting. I wanted to make sure that that that I remind you that they've got a community meeting with, uh, with the commissioner Jeff Stone, Saturday, December the fifth That meeting is at 11 A.m., and it's going to be a greater temporaries church. I got it in and so, like I said, I've got Steve Mickens here with me from the boys and girls Club. Steve, How are you doing, sir? Faster. I'm doing well. Good to be here. Thanks for having me. Wow. It's been a little while since you and I have spoke to one another. We We were speaking pretty regularly at one time. But you know how we got so busy, Steve, You got a lot of stuff going on at the boys and Girls Club. Yes, we do. We do cover. It's been really challenging year for all of us, and we've been making sure that we could serve kids. That's been the number one priority. And so we were fortunate to pivot and get our game ready to serve kids and make it.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"You know <Speech_Music_Female> her. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And I said. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Pausing! <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Feeling Pride <Speech_Male> and trepidation. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> I said well I. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I am <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> woman. <Speech_Male> You are. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> I'm <Speech_Female> Carol Daniel. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Male> there <Silence> it is again. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> He's looking at <Silence> me. <Speech_Female> He sizing <Speech_Female> me <Speech_Female> up? <Speech_Female> He sized <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> me up <Speech_Male> in my <Speech_Female> driveway. <Silence> <Speech_Female> And <Silence> I thought. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Did he think I was white. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> Surprised now to find <Silence> that I'm black. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And I thought. <Silence> <Speech_Female> The debate. <Speech_Female> Apparently <Silence> the debate. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Is still there. <Speech_Male> In some <Speech_Female> form or fashion. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I am not at all <Speech_Female> sure <SpeakerChange> I <Speech_Female> can ever really <Speech_Female> do anything <Silence> about it. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> There's a lot more <Speech_Female> at stake. <Speech_Female> There's <Speech_Female> a lot to <Speech_Female> juggle <Silence> in my life. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> There's <SpeakerChange> a lot more <Speech_Female> weight in <Speech_Female> my life. <Speech_Female> I just <Speech_Female> try to not <SpeakerChange> let it <Speech_Male> way me down. <Silence> <Silence> <Speech_Female> But this <Speech_Male> I know. <Speech_Female> I deserve <Speech_Male> to <Silence> be here. <Speech_Male> I <Silence> deserve. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> This <Silence> <Advertisement> job. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> And <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I don't have this <Speech_Female> job. <Speech_Female> Because I sound <Silence> white. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I have this job <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> I am good <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> at what I do. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Think! <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> That was Carol <Speech_Music_Female> Daniel. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Carroll says that <Speech_Female> she is first and foremost <Speech_Music_Female> a mother and wife. <Speech_Female> She and <Speech_Female> her husband Patrick of the <Speech_Music_Female> proud and exhausted parents <Speech_Music_Female> of two sons. <Speech_Music_Female> Carol <Speech_Female> has been with Komo <Speech_Female> x the Voice of <Speech_Music_Female> Saint Louis since nineteen, <Speech_Female> ninety five, <Speech_Female> and she's been widely <Speech_Female> recognized for her <Speech_Music_Female> work on air and in the <Speech_Female> community. <Speech_Female> In her career, she's <Speech_Female> also been a campaign <Speech_Female> organizer, <Speech_Female> an Award Winning <Speech_Music_Female> newspaper columnist <Speech_Music_Male> and a substitute <Speech_Music_Male> teacher. <Speech_Music_Female> Carol's <Speech_Music_Female> first book <Speech_Music_Female> all I ever wanted <Speech_Music_Female> relationships. 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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Through I can go home now. They know on black on black now. And so. On the air. One day. I was just remembering this conversation. I had with these two women, these two petite older black women. Gray hair quaffed. One had a single strand of pearls. They, both had a touch of makeup. And one of them took me by each hand, and she pulled me close in the other leaned, and so she could hear. And, she said to me we are so proud of you. And, I got a lump in my throat. And I knew what they meant. There looking at me. This young. Black woman, making her mark on this big radio station in Saint Louis. But I'm looking at them. They have seen and experienced more than I will ever see or experience or half to see or experience. I'm looking at history. And its face and I can feel it. One day we're in this debate on the air. We were talking about was controversy. An organization one of many. Decided to walk out onto the highway. Not a road, but the interstate. And stopped the traffic and shut it down. They were protesting the lack of minority jobs in construction. and. One of the organizations that was involved was one I knew of from the time I lived in Kansas City Missouri, but my co host at the time had never heard of them, and so he was truly dismissive. And I was truly frustrated. And I'm thinking, this is a movement moment. This is a moment where you either educate. Or chastise or enlighten. Think do all three. But, I am also thinking. And I am also worried. I'm still new here. I'm still young I'm I'm a woman? I'm black and I'm pregnant. And I'm worried about the stereotype of the angry black woman, and and yet I'm also worried that I. don't speak up enough about black issues. I'm thinking all this. And dive right in. And I, said to him. You know they're in the yellow pages. You can look them up right now and call them. They've been around for fifty years. And so we took some calls and we ended that conversation. Turn the Mike off and left the studio. Now just a few weeks ago. Gentlemen came to our house, Russia service call to repair the windshield of my car. It's right in there in the driveway I met him outside. And he said to me I have a friend who lives over here and he told me that that news lady. Lives over here. Do.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"This is love tune in now wherever you listen or at this is love podcast. PODCAST DOT COM. The moth would like to thank our donors and sponsors for their generous support with your help. We're to continue our work. Virtually producing storytelling workshops and resources for students, educators and community organizations. Your support also allows us to continue to share stories through our radio, our podcast and our virtual shows, furthering our mission building empathy in the world, one story at a time from the entire moth community. We thank you. Welcome to altogether now Friday with the moth. I'm your host for this week Susanne Rust. At the mall we seek to elevate voices from the African American community. We recognize that in this moment it's important to look at all the ways we can do better. We all need to do better. This pursuit is especially urgent now. Want to dedicate all of our Friday podcasts in June those fighting for racial justice and equality, and to those willing to educate themselves some hard truths about this country. When we really listen to each other stories with an open mind and open heart, things can actually shift. Stories help us connect either because we relate to the teller infield seen. Or because we hear something that never occurred to us before. Something that makes us change our minds. Our story this week is from Carol Daniel at speaks to perceptions about race and the importance of celebrating your identity. Carol told this story to Saint Louis main stage with theme of the night was voices carry here's Carol live at the mall..

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Yeah and i think that's like something i really admired about where carol ended up in her story where she's like you know what no like i am amazing like i deserve to be where i am and i don't know if i've ever hundred percent felt that way i think to like a moth story needs an ending but a lot of times the conflict that word dealing with doesn't end it's always ongoing and so i think it's okay that your last line is tb for now and yeah that's okay okay well i don't wanna do anything else for the rest of this that was a great lesson we're we're coming in the last line so before we go we have this core thing lined up for you guys to take on in celebration of the moth podcasts tenth anniversary we are looking for the ultimate moth fund to guest host than episode off this podcast okay well i'd like to at this point and use this to throw my name officially into their i think we've maybe gotten our chance i share the space but yeah so whether you've been with us from the very beginning or whether this is your first episode which by the way completely unbiased opinion great i episode to tune into you can go online to the moth dot org slash contest to throw your name into the metaphorical hat or check out the webpage for this podcast episode and find the link there but we hope to hear from you so that's all from this week thanks for listening and we hope you have a story where the week.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Do all three but i am also thinking and i am also worried i'm still kinda new here i'm still young i'm i'm a woman i'm black and i'm pregnant and i'm worried about the stereotype of the angry black woman and yet i'm also worried that i don't speak up enough about black issues i'm thinking all of this and dive right in and i said to him you know they're in the yellow pages you can look up right now and call them they've been around for fifty years and so we took some calls and we ended that conversation turn the mics off and left the studio now just a few weeks ago gentlemen came to our house ra service call to repair the windshield of my car it's right in there in the driveway i met him outside and he said to me you'll have a friend who lives over here and he told me that that news lady lives over here do you know her and i said pausing feeling pride and trepidation and i said well i i am that woman you are i'm carol daniel and there it is again he's looking at me he's sizing me up he sized me up in my driveway and i thought did he think i was white is he surprised now to find that i'm black and i thought the debate apparently the debate is still there in some form or fashion i am not at all sure i can ever really do anything about it.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"And so on the air one day i was just remembering this conversation i'd had with these two women these two petite older black women gray hair quaffed one had a single strand of pearls they both had a touch of makeup and one of them took me by each hand and she pulled me close in the other leaned end so she could hear and she said to me we are so proud of you and i got a lump in my throat and i knew what they meant there looking at me this young talented black woman make him how mark on this big radio station in saint louis but i'm looking at them they have seen and experienced more than i will ever see or experience or half to see or experience i'm looking at history and its face and i can feel it one day we're in this debate on the air we were talking about a controversy an organization one of many decided to walk out onto the highway not a road but the interstate and stopped the traffic and shut it down they were protesting the lack of minority jobs in construction and so one of the organizations that was involved was one i knew of from the time i lived in kansas city missouri but my co host at the time had never heard of them and so he was truly dismissive and i was truly frustrated and i'm thinking this is a movement moment this is a moment where you either educate or chastise or enlighten think i'm gonna.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"One day at one of these many events and education panel discussion after it's over i'm in a small group of people and we are talking an older white gentleman walks up to me and he says you speak well for your people i could feel what you just said i could feel it in my stomach rising to my heart to my throat and i said to him well well what people are you referring to now i'm knew what he meant we all know what he meant but i wanted him to say it out of his mouth i wanted him to say it and he said it you know black people so now it's really gurgling it is threatening to come spewing out of my mouth i am embarrassed because people are standing around and they're hearing this and i'm angry how dare he diminish me and i'm in didn't even and before i could say another word he says to me have you had any training she said well i said nope my father speaks this way my mother speaks this way and therefore mississippi my siblings all speak this way god given talent no training no classes none of that just little low me.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Our little cup for their coffee or tea whatever from the cupboard and corrupting and you'd be totally embarrassed taking it and i totally get in with a little kid because i don't know if he really forgot the toy or they couldn't afford a toy you know so that really stuck with me so the good news no do we go good news our bodies i we always go bad news i really yeah so the bad news is we have one more story live oh no one of the good news is one more story yeah that is me yeah so our last story in this anniversary episode that has been so much fun to do with the both of you was told at the moth main stage in saint louis missouri where the theme was voices carry which is actually the perfect theme for next and last storyteller carol daniel here's carol live at the mall so i was a junior in college when i got my first paying job in my field on the radio this is not an internship i'm getting a chick it was a country and western radio station and my job though it was only on the weekends was to play the top country hits of the week each sunday it actually came on an album prerecorded so i had to take it out of the sleeve and put it on the turntable just so and put the needle down on side one caring not to scratch it and then let park one play my moment is coming now.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"But it didn't work because the next morning at lindow came in with a little box that he'd obviously wrapped himself and he left it around my desk and i wouldn't tell everybody was gone before i open it up i unwrapped it and it was a matchbox and opened it up and inside was a matchbox car was a nineteen seventynine yellow corvette stingray and some of the paint was missing it'd been rubbed off and my heart just sunk to my stomach i thought my god he's giving me one of his toys and i can't take one of his toys and so i went down to his parents house or to his house and he live in the camp not far from the school and when i knocked his mom answer the door i held out the car and i said i told of the stories that are gave me one of his toys and i can't accept this but she didn't take it she gave me the the moment ethos sign and she went back into the house and a little while later she came back with a shoebox and in the shoebox were lots of matchbox cars and she said every day when i dean bill comes home from school he gets this shoebox and he gets his cars and every day the first car that he pulls out of this box is the yellow corvette that's why chose that one to give to his teacher that's why chose that one to give to you so at this point my heart's go for my stomach up into my throat and i'm trying to tell her you know how i felt and it came out something i do.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Why and when i overheard the conversation i feel like she walked away literally from that room feeding completely empowered and was like i know what's up with you yeah that was good do you know shayna ever reached out like reconnected with sister john so i asked her that and she said that they never really had a moment of reconciliation unfortunately but it doesn't sound like china really needed that you know but she did say that she's still writing and that sister john and mrs stout are still teaching and that something's never changed i completely hear that and speaking about teachers this all the story is also about a teacher dennis houlahan comes by way of milwaukee wisconsin from the story slums the theme of the night was wonders here's dennis life of the mall thank you the theme for the evening is wonder and on the webpage where they announced that the they gave a couple of samples they said it could be an expansive view or a small perfect instant and my story tonight falls into the small perfect instant category in april nineteen eightyone my wife and i were working in a school and better cruise mexico and the school was in a camp that was next to the construction site for the first nuclear power plant in mexico it was a dual language school the kids did half a day in english and spanish every day april nineteen eightyone they celebrate it teachers day at our school teachers day is at great holiday it's celebrated in mexico many countries around the world we don't do it here and i really think we should because teachers is about appreciating teachers.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on The Moth

"Unloading my locker feeling everyone watch me feeling hyper visible and humiliated and embarrassed because i had nothing to show her and then whenever almost off was on the floor she just was like we'll now put it away and rollerblade it off so i was upset the whole day and i was crying on and off because i was human you know i'm fifteen i was humiliated and on my way to lunch my old english teacher from freshman and sophomore year pulled me aside and takes me to the guidance counselor and i was relieved because mrs stow had always been very encouraging she was the perfect freshman english teacher because she made you feel so smart she distributor any she was so like strong she would always tell us girls have the courage of your convictions never say i think say i know and so she took me to the guidance counselor where i told them way sister john done to me and they kind of brushed it off and i was like whatever i kind of figure that would happen and i went to lunch and i was still you know staunchy faced and in my stupid pajamas and the cafeteria worker felt bad for me and she gave me money bagel with cream cheese and my water for free and as i was entering into the cafeteria about to walk to my usual lunch table sister joan enters the cafeteria and she grabs me by my arm and she says come with me and so i look over at my friends and they look over at me but there's nothing so she dragged me away up to the second floor where she's teaching a class.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center i'm tony badoc special counsel accusing thirteen russians of an elaborate plot to disrupt the 2016 presidential election charging them with running a huge but hidden social media trolling campaign here's more from cbs news correspondent earl barnette investigators believe the russian agenda was also aimed to suppress minority turnout and instagram message from a fake group called woke blacks discourage voting the either party's nominee we cannot resort to the lesser of two devils it said then we surely be better off without voting at old attorney general jeff sessions saying that the shooting that killed seventeen people wednesday was a tragic consequences of the fbi smith steps and his ordered a review of the justice department's processes cbs news correspondent manual bork as has more from florida as the investigation unfolds the first funeral was held yesterday for 14yearold alissa allah deaf i'm father of kids in ms hit very close to home three days after the shooting happened and this remains an active crime scene school officials say the building where the shooting happened will eventually be torn down following another mass shooting the issue of mental health again taking centrestage jerry wholeperson chief medical officer rodgers behavioral health says families need to feel more comfortable talking to loved ones who may have a mental illness and if people feel comfortable discussing lease thoughts and feelings of might be more open to leading treatment he admits it is not easy for loved ones to talk about such a sensitive matter is very difficult as we want folks their freedom in this country harverson says the usual trend in our country is to only commit some one after they become a problem in society and that could be after a horrific crime rusty mellberg wtmj news gene davis will spend nine and a half years in prison for her role in a fatal hit and run accident last april the twenty nine year old pleading guilty to homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle in the death of carol daniel during friday's sentencing family member sharing their grief for their loss family deep group i will never her give you the human being hugh so horrifically killed towards a lovely gentle spirit with a generous heart for family and friends davis apologizing.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Illness jerry harverson of rogers behavioral health says most evaluated for mental health only are committed when they become a danger to society police officer can do this if your in a hospital on in patient at a sokaiya tryst can do this haldorsen says he wants family members and friends who noticed issues right away to seek help for their loved ones before could escalate to something catastrophic rusty mellberg wtmj due date five of the denver devin kramer trial wrapping up friday saying two of three people involved in a scuffle in shooting to testify on the stand the victim annual burnley junior claims that he heard officer michael leman use a racial slur during the incidence leman denying it during his testimony oath word never came out of your ball no sir mountain no sir you used the word no sir bradley jr will continue his testimony on monday meanwhile friday was sent a thing portion east davis responsible for the death of carol daniel in a hit and run accident last april prior to receiving nine and a half year prison sentence save us apologizing for actions some sorry for the mustang zone what i do not caused that someone does something that i have to live with the rest of my life my actions what does not call for an emperor fans braving the overnight almonds for the first crack at single game tickets today it's part of the teams arctic tailgate events they're available online as well but some say the funding that sent made frenzy i mean you don't make france calling somebody aligned to get tickets you know come out here you have a good time meeting the people you see once a year here you occasionally run into him at variance but uh knowing that there is always the same court people here yearinyearout tickets go on sale in this morning at nine o'clock now it's time for the wtmj winter games update presented by stein apples in.

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"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"carol daniel" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The death of carol daniel in a hitandrun accident last april prior to receiving a nine and a half year prison sentence davis apologized for her actions from sorry for them the spokeswoman what i caused that someone does something that i have for the rest by actions what does not call four and family members also spoke sharing their grief for their loss of a loved one learning to work with your hands is always better when you're working with your hands students from across the state interested in learning a trader getting a chance to show off their skills and learn some new ones at the skills you essay competition the deployment to the the in a thing for like to see things over my hands from the nepa drop is one of more than forty high school students building a small home state fair park skills usa director brent kindred the idea behind this competition is is at it closely mimmicks what is happening in the industry right now on the jobsite it's pretty indelible threatens teams of students have to do teams have until sunday afternoon to finish their building mike spaulding wtmj news students at grace lutheran school in the nominee falls get into the olympic spirit friday with their own games students to pardon events like bobsledding in curling principle deb erdmann said students also had to pick a country and research them colonel understanding of how the olympics were to have some respect for the other countries the best competitors did win their own medals skills taking advantage of the winter olympics there's some kids test their own skills on the slopes jen gilmore of little switzerland in slinger says they have seen plenty of people this past week our lesson inquiries had definitely gone up our snowboarding has really skyrocketed within the last week here threesome warm weather isn't dampening spirits at the ski hill thanks to a.

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