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Two South Dakota tribes urge residents to avoid COVID-19 hotspots
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez to South Dakota tribes are urging their citizens to avoid large events and cities due to Cova nineteen safety concerns as tourist traveled to the state. This month, the oglala Sioux tribe in a letter to its citizens asks them to refrain from going to Sturgis and rapid city where the sturgis cycle rally and the central state fair are held. The oglala Sioux tribe is under Cova nineteen orders including shelter in place and off reservation travel is. Is for essential purposes, the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe is also asking its citizens to be mindful of traveling off the reservation and only to do so first central business chairman frazier of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe and his daily radio address to residents Monday on k. i. p.. I said one concern is limited health services especially for those in need of enhanced care rapid city generally gets filled up probably has the rallies and and all the tourists and so forth and August is time that There's very, very, very limited on the number of bad. So. month. It's probably a good idea to try to really really be cautious and and what you do and and where you go because hopefully, we don't have have that but. If someone should need higher level care. There may not be rapids anyway now be. Be a place, and that's why it's important that we keep track of the number. And the State of south, Dakota, but also in rapid city, as well as Bismarck because there were someone, a major places. A lot of our people get referred to John. River Sioux. Tribe has checkpoints on highways. non-residents will be turned around at checkpoints unless they have an essential reason to travel on the reservation. The oglala Sioux tribe is also monitoring reservation borders. The US Census and tribal partners are continuing to make a push for an accurate count of American Indian and Alaska. Native people for the twenty twenty cents us the choctaw nation. An Oklahoma is among tribes urging citizens to complete census forms to ensure funding for public safety schools, highways healthcare, and other services. Rod grenade with the choctaw nation talked about the tribes campaign to inform citizens and avoid an undercount from ten years ago during a census called this summer with reporters. Learned that the a lot of the cities and counties in our treating territory, which is eleven thousand square miles comprising about eleven, counties of Oklahoma. We learned that a lot of the government's and areas were not looking for the sensor. Still we stepped in and offered a partner with them, and we help them pull together county by county complete count committee, and partnering with them by providing data on. Economic losses incurred as a result of the census undercount here. And we are currently operating. They major media campaign, we're spending where we're prepared to spend. Over a million dollars in promoting in getting word out about the census, the census can be completed online mailed in or by telephone now through the end of September. The Alaska I of natives, the largest statewide native organization in Alaska announced, its annual convention will be virtual this year due to covid nineteen safety concerns according to a statement Alaska Federation. Of Natives. President. Julie Kit. CA said, the high risk factors of holding a large indoor meeting with lots of elders and delegates coming in from across Alaska far outweigh the benefits of gathering in person, the virtual convention will be held in October with both live presentations and pre recorded videos from native leaders, state and federal officials. The theme for the Twenty Twenty. Convention is good. Government Alaskans decide in a nod toward census twenty twenty and the upcoming election. I'm Antonio.
Modern and traditional interpretations of ribbon shirts
"Today, we're going to start off in rapid city south, Dakota. We have Darla takes the knife. She is a Lakota and Dakota fashion designer, and she is enrolled in the Cheyenne River Sioux, tribe our pleasure to have her here. Darling. Welcome. Thank you. In so Darla, are you working on a shirt right now? Oh. Yes. I am tell me a little bit about it and describe exactly what a ribbon shirt is. Okay ribbon shirt is It expresses our traditional values, our culture, and It. To me, it came from the From just expressing how we dress if from the from the very beginning when we when the settlers, King? They had to You know they still had powwows, they still socialize. they weren't. It was not a contest then. But they still gathered and celebrate it, and so as the materials cain the cotton, they just they started making their own been shirt. And right now, I'm making a shirt that. That is coming from. last names Likud the names. And it's rain and lightning. And I'm putting I'm making a shirt with lightning in ring on it along with the ribbons and along with. The quote, the Su- art, the geometric designs. And the top part is is dark and the in it lightens up as it goes down. So the top part looks like a thunderstorm well and and the bottom looks like it's. It's turning into clear skies. Well. You know just seeing the story that you're hearing about. The story that you're telling through fabric is really exciting. I think when we think about these different things that we wear today, we're focusing in on ribbon shirts, but there's a lot that connects when we think about what goes into our identity, and often what we put on as clothing is a part of that, and so Darla are totally taken into that arena of expressing in celebrating identity and for you to be able to do this with the fabric, how does that? Make you feel? It makes me feel It makes me feel really good to see the end result in fact I'm. I kind of feel like. I'm a separate person, then my skills. And I look back and I are step back in I'll take a look at what I've made and I'm really an all myself. Because sewing shirts is not always an easy things especially around those callers boy, those callers Darla. For you when you get sewing or you start cutting things out and you start, you know forcing how all of this is GonNa come together? What's your favorite part? My favorite part is the creative part, which is the hardest part The style of the shirt varies from from. You know why that ordering it, what they're gonNA use it for if they're gonNA, use it for graduation our. Regalia. Or Just to have. I feel like there's or our presenter someone who's speaking and standing in front of a crowd, and so I have to take all that into consideration. And then I, a lot of times I. I I always communicate with them. I mean hundred percent. You know, what do you have in mind and I let them express their local name? Are. Their ancestors. And I in most likely, they wanNA bring that out. And so I let them know that's what I'm here for and I, get every I get. As. Much information as I can. with colors and with With their, vision. And then and then I meet them halfway and then I'll I'll come up with by my what I my knowledge. and. Then I you know, and so everything I make is so unique. And so you put that Darla flair in there Yes, I do. Very. Nice. In Darla. How many shirts do you think you've made over? Your. Life. Oh, I. Probably made about. I I guess they might have made about. Thirty. and. The reason why is because I make coats, jackets, ribbon shirt or ribbon skirts and Regalia Jingle, dress fancy shawl grass dent. So it's not all ribbon shirt. But. I've made them for some very Very well known in the native world. men. And so I don't, I. Even if I wanted to I, just don't duplicate. The shirts. I mean because it's so hard to duplicate for somebody else I. Just I put all the effort into the one shirt in there and I see them wearing them at the I. At pow-wows are at know our speaking. I've made one for our chairman in the past before you know, it's really an honor when they ask me. I have not made. A quantity. And sold them. I JUST Because I'm so I I got one order after another I, don't have time to do that. Because I'm too I'm always getting a request of some kind.
Native advocate welcomes Washington Football Team name change
"National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a native advocate is welcoming the Washington football teams announcement. Monday the team will be retiring the R. Word Name and Logo, according to a statement team owner Dan Snyder and coach Ron Rivera are working to develop a new name and design native advocate Amanda. Black Horse has been part of the change. The Name Movement including involved in litigation for fifteen years over the teams use of the R. Word Well I'm very excited and happy that teen decided to. Retire the name and logo. This is has been a long long time for me and I'm glad that. It's finally happening. I wish that the will continue to be aware of Syria typing of the people in the the branding, they will say from using any names needed team. The team announced in early July a thorough review of the name following pressure from funders and renewed calls to drop the name amid racial justice rallies, being held across the country black horse credits, the black lives matter movement for helping raise awareness of the Washington DC NFL team named I. think that really opened up a lot of. People's eyes to racial injustice and to stemming racist and. and. you know I'm I'm just? You know it's a great time, but we also must remember those who have who have been murdered because you know Oh, races and and White, supremacy and we have to be mindful that native advocates including black horse say the work to change Indian mascots and logos and professional sports, and in schools is not over as renewed calls for the Kansas City football team to drop its India Mascot and also in professional baseball and hockey. Tribal leaders are pressing US lawmakers to pass key water legislation as community struggle with water issues which have increased Dudakovic Nineteen Matt. Laszlo reports from Washington tribes across the nation earn desperate need of clean drinking water. Navajo, nation President Jonathan is recently told House lawmakers that tribes need Congress to step up. This lifesaving legislation is one house vote away from becoming a reality Ms. urge the house to pass the Indian waters right settlement extension. ACT, which would provide more than two hundred million dollars for safe drinking water, a bill that sailed unanimously through the Senate, foreign sharp is the president of the. Indian nations and the affiliated tribes of North West Indians in addition to climate change communities experience Berman disparities, involving lack of access to clean and safe drinking water, the EPA safe and clean drinking water state, revolving funds are mechanism spread wrestling these issues still other say private investments are vital to here's polar Thomas a lawyer with Arizona's possibly There has been little to no private sector, investment and tribal renewable energy projects that directly serve tribal communities and tribes have lagged behind other governments and attracting outside capital through public private partnerships. Tribal leaders are calling on. On officials in Washington to get over there partisan disagreements and include money for Indian countries, drinking water needs in the next corona virus stimulus package I'm lyles loan Washington the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe in South Dakota announced over the weekend it was limiting access to the swift community dacoven nineteen as testing a medical care is being provided last week. The tribe issued a mandatory face covering order to slow the spread of the virus, other emergency cove, nineteen safety measures will continue as positive cases on the reservation reached thirty eight as of Sunday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Native American Activists Victorious After Judge Orders Pipeline Shut Down
"The, Dakota, access pipeline carries more than half a million barrels of crude oil each day, but by next month that volume is set to trickle down to zero three years after it opened a federal judge on Monday, ordered the pipeline to shut down for an additional environmental review. We have Marc train with us. He's been covering the story. He's the editor of Indian country today mark. Thanks for being here. Glad to be here. Can you just remind us of the context? I mean the communities that are impacted by this pipeline. which might you know also reminded us about all the protests over its construction. Sure Well I. Standing Rock and Cheyenne River tribes are there and they basically have at stake water supply, and in broader sense, the entire region, the water supply at stake, because ultimately if there's a problem with the pipeline, it's GonNa Affect the Missouri River System. I so after all this pressure, I mean these years of pressure. We now have this decision this week, How did the federal judge come to this ruling? The federal the ruling is extraordinary, because it lays out in pretty detailed terms that the harm that was done by not knowing the National Environmental Policy, act and saying making the case that the federal government has to live up to its own standards, which includes environmental impact and other stringent reviews. I mean it seems like this is a big victory for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and other communities that we're fighting against this pipeline. How are they responding to this decision from this judge? It it's a huge victory and tribes. You see it that way There's still a long way to go with lots of appeals and lots of back and forth, but the thing is they now have on record United States court, saying that the federal government did not live up to its own obligations, and that changes the tenor of the debate and allows the tribes to have a moral standards they haven't had. Other than through the Court of public opinion. So I mean as you said I mean that. There's a long way to go here with probably a lot of appeals this'll be pending environmental review. That's GONNA. Take Place, but at this point you've got energy transfer the company that owns the pipeline. What are they saying in terms of what's next for them? But industry itself, not just a company, but North Dakota. Pipelines are saying there will be an appeal immediately, and they'll try to get a temporary restraining order to block this court in the appeals process, so they're going to basically move as quickly as possible to try to get this decision reversed. But again it's a long process, and this is just a setting the stage for a much broader conversation about environmental standards and being able to go around those environmental standards. For short term gain. You said this is allowing The tries take a moral stand. It sounds like they might see. More at stake here in this moment, and in this case than than just the pipeline. Absolutely. It's the idea that tribes have the ability. Through treaty in this case and practice to be able to say here are. Demands going into this and that demand happens to be clean water. Much hint is the editor of Indian country today covering this long debate over the pipeline. Thanks much. We appreciate it mark. To do it.
Trump 'not welcome' at Mt Rushmore: Native American leader
"Fox's Martin MEREDITH at the White House with details on President Donald Trump's plan to begin his fourth of July weekend. President Trump has a long day ahead of them. He and the first lady will be making that trip out to Mount Rushmore this evening for the fireworks celebration will be coming back to DC Overnight. And while this building a celebration, there is also a little bit of controversy with the chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, issuing a blistering statement overall this thing nothing stands as a greater reminder to the great nation of a country that cannot keep a promise to treaty than the face is carved into our sacred land on what the US called Mount Rushmore. Native tribal leaders say Mount Rushmore is a great sign of disrespect, saying they believe it should be
Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests
"The National Native News Making Camera. Kim for Antonio Gonzalez tribal governments have joined environmentalists Labor activists sent a lawsuit against new rules that rollback federal, clean water regulations, earthjustice filed the lawsuit on behalf of the possible Yawkey tribe of Arizona bad river band of Lake Superior Chippewa the on Indian nation of Washington State, the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Minnesota. The menominee Indian tribe of Wisconsin and the tonal autumn tribe of Arizona. A C central reports, the suit contends the new federal navigable waters protection role actually weakens expanded protection for streams and wetlands that were put in place by the Obama Administration. The new rule took effect this week. It eliminates intermittent and ephemeral streams from bodies of water, protected under the Clean Water Act. The possible Yawkey tribe is concerned. The rollback will lead to damage of a major water source state officials in Arizona have supported the federal rule change, even though environmentalists warned the state could lose protections for more than ninety percent of its water bodies under the new rule. In Canada charges have been dropped against northern Alberta first nations chief who is the subject of a violent arrest a couple of months ago as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, the arrest caught by police dash camera led to anti-racism protests across Canada chief Alan Atom of the ATHABASCA one first nation, no longer faces charges for resisting arrest and assaulting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Adam was the subject of a violent arrest in March. Police Dash Cam video showed him. Him, being tackled and punched in the head, he had been stopped for an expired license plate a statement from the Alberta. Prosecution Service says it had reassessed prosecution standard based on an examination of the available evidence, including the disclosure of relevant material and has withdrawn the charges. The arresting officers are under investigation over the incident chief atom says he's overwhelmed that the charges have been withdrawn having that it's time to move on a sign of relief in regards to. The whole ordeal that. Transpired under early mornings of Mark Steyn. And described that put aside in. Time to move on and continue on. Supposed to be doing. Adam called on Ottawa to address injustices against indigenous people, and said Canadians must open their eyes to the reality is that indigenous people have lived with for decades, the national chief of the Assembly of first nations welcomed the dropping of charges, but said it's clear that racism is embedded within most public institutions, especially the police Adams lawyer also said the decision throws a spotlight on systemic racism that has gone on for too long unchecked in Canada for national late of news I'm Dan Carpenter? In South Dakota the Cheyenne River Sioux. Tribe filed a lawsuit this week. Against the trump administration of what it says were threats to impede COVID, nineteen relief funds, and to take over policing on the reservation. The Grand Forks Herald reports. The tribe set up checkpoints leading into its lands in south. Dakota in April to protect tribal members from the spread of the corona virus. The lawsuit says pressure from Washington DC came after pleas for help from the state's governor and congressional delegation. The tribe is asking the US District Court for the District of Columbia to block the federal government from taking over tribal policing and forcing it to remove its checkpoints. On the Navajo Nation this week president, Jonathan, Nez and Vice President Myron leuser issued a proclamation to fly all flags at half staff to honor Navajo. Police officer Michael Lee who passed away to covid nineteen on June nineteenth Nez said lease saved many lives during his twenty nine years of service, and give his own life to serve and protect the community the funeral for officer. Lee is being held on Thursday June. Twenty fifth in Chandler Arizona. For National, native news I make an camera.
U.S. death toll from the coronavirus surpasses 100,000
"The U. S. reached a grim milestone today the country's cobit nineteen death toll hit the one hundred thousand mark the man expected to run against president trump this November former VP Joe Biden posted a somber video message on Twitter hundred thousand lives in nam lost these fires here in the United States alone each one leaving behind his family will never again be whole more from CBS is a lease Preston with the virus still spreading in more than half of US states some of Ben's are still not happening Wyoming has gone off the Cheyenne frontier days scheduled for July thirteenth rodeo has been held every year since eighteen ninety seven including during the nineteen eighteen Spanish and both world wars the U. S. is by far the country with the most coronavirus deaths the UK is second right now with more than thirty seven thousand worldwide deaths are now more than three hundred fifty five
Cheyenne Frontier Days canceled for 1st time in 124 years
"A crushing blow to the cowboys state today for the first time in one hundred twenty four years Cheyenne frontier days is canceled governor mark Gordon says blame it on covert nineteen this coronavirus thing sucks there are just no two ways about it covered nineteen social distancing protocols make holding frontier days another big rodeo events in Wyoming impossible
Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation
"We here at the BBC have been tracking the human cost of coronavirus misinformation this includes the souls awesome injuries and deaths as a result of room is false speculation bogus cures and fake posts online Mariana spring from BBC trending has some of the findings Brian lives in Florida in April he posted his thoughts on corona virus on Facebook he wasn't quite sure what current advice really was but because of things he read online he was convinced that the expats were lying I saw those may be is there you know are they still working on the five G. because I've heard rumors not from any news sources but people talking about old you know it could cause fax people getting sick over a five G. towers and being too close just one of the many conspiracy theories that have been circulating online during the pandemic Brian and his wife didn't keep away from other people or seek help when they fell with corona virus the couple ended up in hospital that's why he was when I speak to him by fighting he was getting better but still struggling to breathe his wife was in a much more serious condition one of until later in a nearby ward the battle that they've been having is with her longs there in flames and they've trying to get to the best medication that they can sign I was available to be able to help with that and her body just is just not responding Brian is no longer karenna vice conspiracy theorist and this case is just one of many examples of how dangerous misinformation can be the BBC's anti disinformation unit has investigated hundreds of misinformation cases and found dozens resulted in real human cost like the virus is spread all over the world misleading information about the drug hydroxy car Quinn has let the poisonings in the U. S. Vietnam and Nigeria online remiss led to multi tax in India those conspiracy theories that Brian mentioned about five G. mobile technology well fed masa possess a light in the UK and other countries perhaps the deadliest incident happened in Iran where health authorities say misleading messages about the preventive effects of drinking alcohol went viral on social media Cheyenne's Atari's all day is a disinformation expert with BBC monitoring we start seeing posts eighteen telegram which is one of the most popular messaging apps in Iran I'm also on Instagram that was means videos that was suggesting drinking alcohol can actually boost the immune system and disinfect the body and soul and someone from catching Corbett ninety the authorities say the room is because nearly eight hundred deaths is difficult to verify each case in a country where the media is heavily restricted experts say there's no reason for the Iranian authorities to downplay the deaths coronavirus present something of a nightmare situation for fact checkers like clam mailed from the British organization full facts we know that bad information can ruin lives and at the moment in the middle of such a huge part of that make such great potential for harm if people aren't getting the right information it's not just touchy Facebook group so what messages causing harm some of the most misleading information comes directly from world leaders and public figures and then I see the disinfectant we're not set up in a minute one and is there a way we can do something like that doctors and poison centers in the U. S. told us they've seen patients coming to die right Tom because of misinformation promoted by president trump and others Dr Duncan Marie treats crate of ours patients at Elmhurst hospital in New York City I do think that president trump's comments are a really tragic example where I think that the spread of misinformation actually influenced some of the messaging that comes from our public officials particularly if they have constituents who are vulnerable to that misinformation throughout the pandemic conspiracy groups have seen the number swelled on Facebook this is what some doctors respect T. fear the most Brian the current of ours patient in Florida has a message for the conspiracists we just can't be playing around anymore distancing Israel and yeah sure we'll listen from the beginning I agree I didn't do that and I'm sorry I don't know the people there won't forget me
"cheyenne" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Say You yes so I wonder I mean still think it's a Cold War with an easy transition because what's who cares. Why would they need the pandemic if they were GONNA have a hot war but what you were telling me about? Norad was kind of makes me wonder maybe there. Maybe it's a civil war civil unrest that they're worried about their certainly adding us onto that you know. There's some interesting things going on NORAD. There's Cheyenne Mountain fortress. It's back in business. The bunker deep below the Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado I believe the Pentagon reactivated this underground as a backup to the homeland security headquarters for the covert nineteen purposes. It's I did it for this crisis. And Cheyenne Mountain. Is it's a continuity of Government Planning Bunker and they've reactivated these types of bunkers some of them in undisclosed locations around the country and they're sending military to go work out of these bunkers. These are like windowless bunkers. They have winding tunnels underneath the mountains. There's conspiracy theories of alien corpses and sasquatch being down there and these been shut down for a while but there's a lot of intrigue and mystery around these bunkers and they were built originally to withstand a nuclear attack. It's Dr Strangelove thing Dr Strangelove. They were underneath their nuclear attack. In like by the end of it they were kind of into. It might be some of that going on now. It's finally getting. It's used to protect the country from an external threat although that external threat is covert nineteen has reopened as I just found that very interesting because this continuity of government planning if they're really going full force on something and they're opening up these bunkers and they're really planning for something to happen. Something just might happen. I have my but it's not going to be the novel Corona Virus because I wanted to reiterates people. They just can't seem to understand this and I've tweeted the I've tweeted the links a couple of times. I'll keep tweeting them. Just read them again that the CDC death data total certificates filed in this country to date. This year are the same on average as from what I can tell which was pretty. I could drill down to the numbers. Pretty darn well that the weekly average so far during the current Ivar thing of deaths total deaths in this country is the same if not maybe even a little bit lower than the same period. Last year there is no increase in that so to the extent that malpractices increasing some deaths and not doing anything is decreasing some deaths. Whatever the net impact seems to be absolutely nothing zero ZIP. So I'm I just whatever they WANNA cut that. I don't think it's going to be a virus. Yeah I think I saw something yesterday and I don't remember the full details but they were like they were about to start a narrative that the number of deaths are increasing overall. Compared to last year they keep saying eighty thousand people have died in this country so far of the thing but that just first of all that would be ten percent of all the deaths two dates in this country would be and I'm not and why slightest bit surprised they're attributing the deaths that but that exact number must be taken out of the other deaths. I mean it's the same story we've told before but there's one parallel I want to.
Reopening America: The status of coronavirus restrictions
"Michael so where exactly are we today in terms of lies half the country open half close how does that work well it really every state with the exception of Connecticut Massachusetts has made plans to partially reopened in some way that includes New York state where there have been more than twenty six thousand deaths overall but governor Andrew Cuomo has been checking the boxes on the criteria for re opening and he said there are a number of counties now granted outside of New York City a number of regions that could start re opening some businesses on Friday his New York all the order the latest one expires this Friday may fifteenth so kind as their state really moving in that direction and we thought over the weekend where a number of states have the option of going to a beach or going to a park but this is at odds with what we are seeing in the numbers and the projection Michael on Monday the US corona virus death toll moving past eighty thousand and over the weekend because of that increased mobility because of more state giving people more places to go a key model by the university of Washington researchers there up there project the death toll from the corona virus to one hundred thirty seven thousand by August okay date moving forward with their plans even as public health experts warn there will be more cases and there will be more deaths so just to be clear for our listeners those new projections are taking into account the re opening and more increased mobility of people yes absolutely that was one of the chief criteria that the researchers cited when they raised their projection so I I've got more people start to get more freedom there will be more compact did not of what those researchers are really worried about I think you're really depending when you hear from the governors who are re opening businesses there really depending on their residents to observe the social distance thanks to where those great coverage where they are mandated by still going to be a very tricky proposition for a lot of businesses we're talking about a seismic change in the way a lot of them operate is there any uniformity to this because you know the the virus does not necessarily abide by state county city line so is their uniformity and how these things are being opened and how they're being enforced a number of states have warmed regional coalition Michael we've seen in the northeast for example you know seven states including New York New Jersey Connecticut even Rhode Island really being mindful of one another as they proceed with their opening plans then you'll see a similar situation out west where California and Washington state and Oregon have kind of agreed to communicate with one another also here in the Washington DC area you've got the district of Columbia with a stay at home order that that you are the op on this Friday may fifth he's the mayor health decide what she wants to do the act as the governor of neighboring Virginia talked about moving forward with phase one first on counties in his state of course Maryland another place back during Q. the lot of the states are trying to work together but they feel the pressures from their residence there's a very unique case for example in Bristol which is on the Tennessee Virginia border where Tennessee had already loosened up their restrictions that had so in time for the weekend you had businesses that were on the same street but unable to open because one part of the town within ten feet the other in Virginia so the states trying to work in concert but really have to keep a lot of their own insurance their own economy than mine twenty before the hour on first line we're talking with national correspondent Karen Cape as America re opens and I want to ask what's happened up in South Dakota with the governor telling the Cheyenne river Sioux that you need to take down your road blocks because she had the the the governor there has not in South Dakota has not instituted stayed home orders but the Sioux Indian tribe has because they've they've blocked down some roads because they're concerned about the virus and it's been kind of a standoff there is rapidly changing but I felt included governor gate right he gets you tried if you I would take legal action make them to court over the corona virus check point of course each level point in South Dakota has been largely around the packing facilities where a number of cases have been reported and there's been some community right among them but this was a great concern these tribes especially with people coming and going South Dakota residents don't live on the reservation there are only allowed if they're not coming from a hot spot if they're there for any financial activity they have to complete a health questionnaire but the idea of the roadblock to something that the governor objected to you I she'd given them forty eight hours to remove them when they were put out and then dividing that by the state we're going to take legal action so all the states are busy opening up the house of representatives is still not back in session in Washington but that doesn't mean house Democrats have been talking to each other so what's the status of the democratic legislative plan for another round of stimulus and relief they are ready you are really forge ahead with another recovery package and they have got to be big it could potentially go beyond that two point two trillion dollar measure that they passed in late March which of course I included that in your payments he will Merrick and they want to see more of that they want to he asked them funding for things like beating up unemployment insurance and all through out the money for states to start the process at all perhaps moving toward mail in voting with the general election in November in mind but they are also adamant that the next package will include money for state and local governments that have been particularly hit hard by their response the corona virus right now this is something odd that Republicans have been somewhat respected you but it's you know over the weekend that the White House it's not entirely receptive to the other the idea of yet another day of it was still there are a number of conservative Republican too grown concerned about the amount of money that is going towards the stimulus Africa demanded been about three trillion dollars so far again a number of White House economic adviser were out on the Sunday talk shows you talked about how they feel another stimulus bill is a little too early for if they want to see the results of the first round of money that had been put forth before they move forward on something else but house Democrats said they could have something to the floor by the end of the week so this could set up an interesting debate yesterday our White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow described talks so far and informal so there is a bit of a line of communication open but it's how Democrats are far farther down the road and the White House and a lot of Republicans are ready to be with another stimulus
President Trump hosts Native American roundtable in Arizona
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. President Trump signed a proclamation acknowledging missing and murdered Indigenous People Tuesday during a visit to Arizona which included a round discussion with Navajo Nation Vice President Myron laser and his wife Dottie laser and Hilo River Indian community governor Stephen Role Lewis dotty. Liser is an advocate working on missing murdered indigenous women issues. The President M I W is a growing issue on the Navajo nation. Here's part of her comments from livestream of the meeting on C. Span with the Ashland Mike case that came up in two thousand sixteen where she was kidnapped and raped and murdered in New Mexico. May Second Two thousand sixteen. So that's kind of open the door for Navajo to start saying okay. We need to do something. Because I became the forefront and so since then the amber alert on that one nation has gotten better but still needs help with funding. Still needs help with getting the data together. The roundtable lasted about thirty minutes and included discussions about cove nineteen which has hit the Navajo nation. Hard this week. The number of positive Navajo cases exceeded two thousand five hundred tribes across the country have been waiting for federal cove. Nineteen Relief Eight. Eight billion dollars is set aside for tribes in the Cares Act. President trump commented about the funding including the amount to the Navajo nation as he joked with vice. President Liser is the single largest investment in Indian country in our history. So the amount of money that's being sent to Indian country as we call it is the largest amount in the history of the US. And you deserve. And you've been through a lot in the Navajo. Nation will soon receive over six hundred million dollars. That's a lot. Can renegotiate community door. Go up before the Hilo River Indian community is set to receive forty million dollars. Disbursement has been delayed. The Treasury Department announced Tuesday a plan to begin payments to tribes which includes holding back amounts for Alaska native corporations due to pending litigation more than a dozen tribes sued over the inclusion of Alaskan native corporations in the funding he l- River Indian community governor Steven Lewis commented about the funding at the end of the meeting urging for the immediate release of the money and also saying the eight billion dollars is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of tribes. Nothing Empire. I'm trying getting some of the money out today. I WanNa thank you. Also because we need help now Indian tribes and can't wait for that litigation to end before from the and also governor Lewis also asked for a cap to be put on the amount anyone tribe receives and to allow tribes to have flexible guidance to keep their governments running. The Treasury. Department's plan is to begin allocating sixty percent of the eight billion this week. Two tribes the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota declared an immediate lockdown of community Tuesday due to Cova Nineteen President Rodney Bordeaux and a social media message declared the lockdown of the Spring Creek community due to a high exposure of covert nineteen law enforcement will be monitoring roads and no one will be allowed inner out of Spring Creek. The message states lockdown is to protect the rest of the communities from the spread of cove nineteen the tribal assist people in need of food and supplies. No other information was shared. A number of tribes in South Dakota have taken emergency measures to address cove in nineteen including the Oglala Sioux tribe which issued a reservation white lockdown down and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe monitoring borders among several of. Its emergency measures.
‘Tiger King’ might be the wildest show on Netflix
"Day I just I just wanna watch tiger king that's All I Want to do chest one to watch tiger king yeah that happens to be the same choice the nation is making at this time yeah everybody's talking about tiger king everybody in my own family is talking about tiger king and Tanya and I have actually been in on doing stuff we're like what are you talking about and my kids were like Jack you have to watch this I mean the thirty year old all the way down to Cheyenne all were like dad it's a it's a toothless Marvel yeah I think it's I think people are watching it because it makes you feel so much better about yourself yeah I'd there apparently giant disasters this this group of people you know and it's one thing to go viral and be this like crazy success story on Netflix that's already a really good place to be in but when in this time when everybody's at home and everybody's watching way more TV than this possibly healthy can you imagine how I mean the numbers on the show right now there is an optional it's incredible and I I don't you know I don't know that all that much but I do want to watch at the Olympics because everybody is saying how great it is yeah I started watching it last night and to see the tiger king himself is eccentric hi is really an understatement Israeli another some of the some of the people probably locked away in Bellevue are eccentric this is not a penny to what's what's crazy is they were talking about how there are more big cats in captivity in private zoos in people's backyards in the United States then there are big cats in the wild over the entire planet we seem to be really surprised how many people how many big cats are around you right now hi he no I is now that's like a cat lady on steroids that should be you should have to register you know I mean with any road Hey I've got a line in the backyard don't you think that says a Maryland this is America you're talking about when you have I know I know that you put in the backyard you try to fence it in if possible that's this country I feel that this is America and America doesn't have big cats in the
"cheyenne" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"Now on the T. it's Mattie in the caddy. Here's Matt Berry and Michael College. The skype and phone calls and technology caddy. Why don't you tell the beautiful patron who we have joining us today? From your end from my end we have someone with the last name of woods I know. Let me have that pause right there. People will go yet we have. Tiger's niece Cheyenne Woods on the podcast and she talks about life which is really cool. And it's very interesting because I don't think a lot of people have ever heard from her in her open up. Which I think is going to be cool for everyone to hear. America's Catty is going to get the do this introduction and I am so excited to welcome a really good friend and someone who I've been hoping would come on the podcast for a while because of how they are and I know people are GonNa Freak out but you might be a little bit surprised when we find out a little bit more about this. Spectacular Woman Shire was joining. The podcast wasn't happening riots. That thanks for having me time. So how you holding up during this time of lockdown and have you been getting any practicing yourself so I am surviving on healthy. I'm laying low You know I've been out the last week or so practicing just a little bit working on trying to get to rusty but most importantly just trying to save they say then you know do all the right things and keep myself busy finding new hobby. Maybe so I just. I had a Brooks Capco with sportscenter earlier today. And we'll hear that coming up in just a bit and he was saying gophers. You have to find a way to kind of get creative with your workout. If you're not going to be outdoors and I'm curious from your perspective. How have you got created with trying to find a way not to Get stir crazy indoors and stay in shape and stay active. It's definitely tough with everything going on my gym clothes for another month or so So my trainer sent me a workout that I can do at home when we're using essentially the same movements but obviously no wait. I don't have that my house but something to keep my body still working and progressing and so I don't get to stack magic being at home so doing stuff like that around the house. I love to run by. Try to run off every day and I guess that's really only so much you can really do at home but I think doing anything. Just trying to keep your body where it needs to be important because you hit on it there because I get so easy just to sit on the couch and watch Netflix. Do you have to give yourself a pep talk to to get up and get at it? Yeah it is. Yeah you definitely have to say regimented and gave yourself type of going throughout the day of getting stuff done because it is easy. You know people aren't really going to work. People are really leave the house so a lot of shows on Netflix. That are fun to watch but You know I try to keep myself busy and not get too comfortable on the couch. I just finished watching tiger king last night after I keep doing pretty badly. Yes it is yes. It's awesome but let me put it this way when you finish watching it make sure you leave time to watch a couple of Disney movies words. It goes it is human beings in some areas are disturbing no. Wow It's awesome yes. It is also but it's amazing that out yet it's amazing to think like how mentally sometimes real life people are even more crazy than in movies or TV. Shows that are made up so you'll love it. What's on. What are you watching? Now what's your what's on your watch list now. What have I been watching the? I'm always watching the office. That's like my go-to no matter. What so I'll watch reruns of that nonstop outside any new show Phil. Honestly I've watched. I watched the whole wine. That was my that was my show for a minute and I love all the crime. Docs and all that trying to keep up with narcos. What all that goes. The okay so I I have and I'm sure everybody in their cousin is curious about this as well. What in the hell made you decide to become a golfer with the uncle that you you go. Well it's funny like yeah I guess looking back. 'cause I've I've talked to multiple man if that was that was my last name or if that was my situation I have definitely would not get into golf But for me like growing up I grew up watching tiger on TV. I grew up seeing it as such a cool thing to do and listening to stories from my GRANDPA and for me. It was just the coolest thing ever and nobody in my area really played. It wasn't popular and to me. It was something that kind of aid be different. It was fun and you know at a young age. Six seven years old. It's no cool to watch money no on. Tv's so I think that's kind of what sparked my interest. And I caught on pretty quick. I got pretty good and competitive so I just I never looked after I just never thought anything else in the future other than God like that was just that was it. What's the best advice when you were coming up in new that you wanted to play the game? What was the best advice you've got from? I love columnists your.
Red River, Davies, to play in Eastern Dakota Conference Championship
"Final Red River advances to tomorrow night's EDC championship game it'll be a Red River taking on Davies tomorrow here at six fifteen and then at seven forty five will be the boys championship game that will be Cheyenne and Davies going out at tomorrow night in the boy's EDC title game and so Chamblee will move into the consolation bracket now they will have to win a game tomorrow afternoon at four fifteen here at the shack Shamli and west Fargo will play the winner goes to state loser has our season come to an end of the earlier state play in game has Cheyenne taking on doubles lake at two thirty and so we've got a a heck of a busy day here tomorrow we'll have games started breakfast at NDSU tonight as they start the consolation play early tomorrow the state qualifier games boys go early then the girls and then you've got the championship game coming up tomorrow night
Riot boosting bill passes South Dakota Senate committee. Utah Senate passes MMIW bill to create task force. Lakota writer remembered as advocate, leader and family man.
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez South Dakota's riot boosting. Bill got a thorough hearing at a special meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday night. After nearly two hours of testimony from opponents committee members still voted six to one to pass the bill along to the full. Senate for floor debate. The state says the law fixes problems that were deemed unconstitutional. In last year's version of the bill opponents say it still restricts speech and assembly through intimidation Victoria. Wicks has this report dictators and is a lobbyist for the South Dakota Sheriff's Association. He says law enforcement officers can use the riot boosting law as a tool to protect opponents as well as proponents for Smith has never perceived their part in this. Play to be one-sided when we go to one of these we see our job as the one that is supposed to protect both sides but some opponents say they were at standing rock protesting the Dakota access pipeline and there they saw government and private security officers intimidate an attack protesters now. They're afraid the riot boosting law will offer an even greater threat of arrest and prosecution in South Dakota one of them is joy braun a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe an organizer with the indigenous environmental network. She says some interactions with law enforcement officers at standing rock. We're friendly and pleasant. Sometimes they trade with US. Sometimes they smudge with us. I shook their hands but she says not. All interactions were positive. How do I reconcile when there's Twenty Eight Jersey Barriers in twelve feet a razor wire and they're throwing water? Camman's Atas for six hours and twenty eight degree. Fahrenheit weather who protects US Braun asked the senators to uphold the First Amendment as ardently as the uphold the second for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota the UTAH. Senate passed a bill this week which creates a missing and murdered indigenous women and Girls Task Force Nine members will include state lawmakers advocates tribal citizens and law enforcement. The group will work with tribes and report findings to the legislature in November. The task force mirrors other efforts in neighboring states Arizona and New Mexico. The bill now heads to the Governor. Lakota rider. Charles Trimble. Who passed away. This week is being remembered for his contributions to native American journalism and his work in Indian country as an advocate and leader. His niece. Judy Cornelia says has professional accomplishments fill volumes including as an engineer founder of the American Indian Press Association and Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. Cornelia says he was a caregiver to his entire family and was like a father to her generous with his time and wisdom. He was a complex but simple man who really embodied the fundamental tenets of our yacht day our family our tribe our culture you know that generosity the understanding compassion commitment to The family instead of you know his personal his personal eagle and while he was you know respected and honored across the globe. I think the things that he treasured most were the appreciation of his family for the things that he gave us. When I say family I don't mean just blood I mean the Oh yuck. Ar tribe that gained so much from him he was stellar. Trimble was born on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. His health had been declining in recent months. He died a little more than a week before his eighty fifth birthday. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
"I'm Saying Goodbye": Maria Sharapova Retires From Tennis at Age 32
"Don't know if you share my sentiments. This was news. That is not remotely surprising. We were all expecting this. I think Most people had already pre filed. The Maria Sharapova retires column and yet I gotTa say it feels you know an hour into this but Feels a little weird definitely I. This is not like Last time we had big Sharipova News at SL which was of course it. Two Thousand Sixteen and that that was a big surprise. This like you said I think we all saw it coming. It was a matter of when and not if so for to be now is I think a pretty normal timing given whether she's going to play Indian Wells and Miami probably would have kick started her into the French and Wimbledon and then sort of. You're playing out the year at that point so for her to call it quits after all. Cheyenne this little gaps. Seems to make sense but I don't know what do you think? Yeah ranked ranked three seventy three. Something had to give here. This is a five time major champion. Who you did not think was going to play the wild card game for very long. I I guess I would perhaps suspected she would have played Indian Wells. It's an event where she's had success. It's two hours from her home in southern California she would have gotten a grand sendoff But you know this. This is I had these two competing instincts with Sharipova. What what do we know about her? She is fiercely. Driven fiercely competitive. She is and always has been. I think we can talk about this a bit later. The consummate professional and those are really dueling instincts when you're ranked three seventy three and not playing it anywhere near the level that you're accustomed to Part of you probably says I can fight through this. This is just more adversity. I can overcome. I'm better than this. I just need to work harder. I can get my body right. I can get my mind right. I can get back. I don't WanNa go out like this and another part of you says surely I can't have this indignity. I can't be losing round after round early. I'm not seated so I'm playing tough opponents. My Body's giving up on me so I think you had and they came from the same place but they're two very different ways to react to to the same core instinct and today she said enough is enough. I mean I think you're right that You know February is a strange month in tennis. And I guess you know we're we`re. There's no perfect way to retire from the sport and we see even within tennis players very differently. Some players go on this goodwill tour and some players like Caroline Wozniacki says look. I'm going to pinpoint this as my last event and go ahead and prepare your tribute reels. And I'm GonNa play this event knowing when I lose my last match. That's IT and Sharipova. We've seen other players. There's players do this as well. Sharapova pulled us out of the blue and it's it's a Wednesday and she's not at a tournament today And retired in her own way. So I don't know I mean the other. There are a number of questions that stem from this whole conversation and jump in any jump in anytime here. I mean I think the overall question when a player retires as we assess legacy I don't know particular bullet points. Jump out at you Jamie. I think I think highs and lows complicated legacy Of course is going to be attached to share over The the craziest thing I think if you look at the timing now she's ranked three hundred seventy three which says absolutely nothing about her career but to your point. I mean she was at the point now where she was trying to come back and she's nowhere even near the top one hundred You know not even winning any matches and it's it must be really hard for her honestly to you know given all that she's accomplished. I think we said thirty six. W titles obviously the five Grand Slams all these rivalries quote unquote particularly with Serena Williams which is also another interesting conversation to have but I think it was probably getting difficult for her to continue to be you know struggling and Her her legacy given you know the the MELDA NEOM and the ban will always thou always be part of her story? Yeah I think you're absolutely right and today should be happy day. Celebrate a five time major champion. I mean I was looking at her staff and I think we forget how good she was for for a variety of reasons. I think to the casual tennis fan. They were misled by two. One is the head to head with Serena that you reference. She beat Serena Breakthrough Center women. Final Two thousand four and then she loses whatever. The math twenty two is the derived. So lose eighteen nineteen matches to Serena Williams And I think that to the casual fan that we say rivalry. And then we sort of have to amend that to say with a lopsided rivalry which might be an oxymoron. The other thing about Sharipova that I and I wrote about this that I think is a great Sort of misleading bid about her is she had this regal disposition and she endorsed product after product. And it was very upscale. And it's Evian Cole Haan I remember you. I remember walking in New York and seeing her on three different billboards for three different upscale products. And there was this or of elegance. She was selling herself as much as she was a brand. She was selling sort of cosmopolitan posh elegance in yet. The tennis was. I was called her sort of tennis. Gym Rat I mean. It was not elegant tenants by any stretch and Jud admit to that and she was in her own way your own six foot one inch which she was a grinder and she was not what you call an athlete. He wasn't a graceful mover. She did not play graceful elegant tennis and I always thought that was really to her credit. That you'd see her on the back court and she'd be doing her footwork drills because she knew that was an area to improve and she would be working on her serve which always gave her fit in part because of the shoulder injury and she would grind out matches and she would win tough matches. She did not. This was not the female Roger Federer and I think tennis fans of course know that but I think casual fans see all of this aura of elegance and assume she played that way and that wasn't the case at all I mean the the screaming grunting grinding sweating. You'll brushing the hair that had managed to her forehead. That's the Maria Sharapova on the tennis court has an athlete And I think you know again I want to just this should be a day to give credit to someone who had a tremendous career and five majors. Yes but thirty six titles almost forty million dollars you got to number one. I mean this is really an a-list career and you know she had the misfortune of playing. At the same time Serena Williams and there was a lot that went into that relationship beyond the tennis. That probably did not work to Maria benefit but you take away. Cerita you take away. Venus Williams seven majors. Maybe Justine Henin. Maybe Kim Clijsters and I think it's very easy to make the case. Marisha published one of the top five players of the Post Steffi Graf of the last twenty five years and tennis so this is really a remarkable career. And yet as you mentioned if we're going to talk about her honestly. This wasn't the way it was supposed to end. Which is you know a a doping ban. I thought a very clumsy handling of the doping ban. I thought it was very out of character and off brand of her to have been so sloppy. Not just in the violation but then in the aftermath and how it was handled and some of the the the the press conference that we referenced and she was never the same player after that and you know co correlation is not causation and may simply have been that. She was a little sport and she was in early thirties and players get older. We see this on not just in tennis but in in sports in general I mean thirty two big number in in women's tennis but it was not supposed to end with a doping band and a ranking that drifted deep into triple figures so overall macro great career hall of fame player but there is a tinge I think of bittersweet. There is a little bit of disappointment. That This wasn't the way this hall of fame career was supposed to be a gift. Compare what we saw a month ago when Caroline wozniacki is out there on the court and our families there and she's toasted and all of the players are making tribute videos and were. She's crying but she's saying I'm not sad and she does. I mean I talked to her the following day. She was all gussied up because she clearly had been doing the spots around. There's definitely a difference of a decision on your terms and decision that was made based on your body and The time of your career. You know it's it's very different in comparing into. What was the Yankee especially given those? The Yankees recent title in Australia just seemed very full circle for her to do that. this again is random but also very expected. I think one of the things I always sort of liked about Sharipova was Her personality in in two ways. I think we talk. You talk about her on the court sweating grinding shrieking. I mean everyone. I think even if you're not a big tennis fan you know share Provo. Because maybe she made you mute the TV while you're watching a match and that's something that a lot of people will probably joke about but you know she worked hard in the court she was always like fierce and and you know a competitor for sure but she also you know. I remember processors and and interviews where she's actually has a very great personality and and you know quite opposite of that fierce competitor where she could be funny and she was actually Kinda Witty and and You know there was a a side to her personality. That was very likable. When most people on the court probably saw the opposite so overall she's a huge name. In this sport she's one of the handful that transcends just tennis you you mentioned her and she needs only one name There's only a handful of those type of athletes so I think She will definitely be missed. I think we're fair to
Diamondbacks' Madison Bumgarner secretly competes in rodeo events
"Arizona Diamondbacks left hander Madison Bumgarner has been competing in rodeo events under the alias Mason's Saunders and even one of twenty six thousand five hundred sixty dollars and a team roping competition in December according to a story published Sunday by the athletic Bumgardner was told I told the website that he has discreetly competed in rodeos for awhile including in March of last year two days before pitching for the San Francisco Giants in a cactus league spring training game he's been roping since he was fifteen or sixteen and said he's been added so long that quote it's just part of who you are he's the twenty fourteen World Series MVP if he agreed to an eighty five million dollar five year contract with the Diamondbacks this past December and I'm sorry Courtney if I was the diamond backs I wouldn't be thrilled to find out that my ace left hander yes competing in rodeos in the offseason this is the same guy who got injured on a dirt bike do not remember that when he was with the giants and that was a serious injury that put him out for a very long time no wonder he was performing I guess you want to call that under a pseudonym or a fake name because had you found out about this the Diamondbacks might not have spent eighty eighty five million dollar a gigantic sum over a five year contract on this guy I mean it doesn't make any sense like I understand the thrill of competition and this is who we is but these risky things every sport has stuff like this written into players contracts that you cannot do I mean I always go back to when it when he got hurt in San Francisco a few years ago do you remember the month Taylor's thing when he was with the warriors he fell off the scooter when he went back to Mississippi for the offseason S. lied about it yeah that was a story that came to mind and I feel like any time something like this it comes to the light I'm not one of these people is like all the cool funny look how cute of the story is I'm like what is he thinking like you get injured and made these you know these are animals eat these things have a mind of their own they're powerful they're strong and certainly he's you know well conditioned and knows how to be around horses but you know that to me is way too big of a risk if I'm a professional athlete you know the prime of my career to take but you know he's done it before and that he is you know we don't really get that much of outside having serious injuries at receiver big penalty from the team for you know the motorbike thing according to have the details how did he come up with the alias of Mason's Saunders instead of going with you know his own name Madison Bumgarner sell it this came from directly from the athletic article that broke the story said quote if you competed as Madison Bumgarner every phone camera in the area that would have been trained on him he said so he devised Mason Saunders the surname is the maiden name of his wife Allie Mason is a shortened version for Madison and it's something allegedly his wife called him out in public so people don't recognize them so very clever I'll give him that but I don't think the whole thing is a buzz saw her story totally bizarre and the other thing is you know if this was an NBA player everybody would recognize them already because NBA players are actually recognizable it just goes to show you how anonymous baseball players are that the most clutch postseason pitcher maybe of all time can compete in rodeos and nappy racket I think what I know it's wild lake in the in the fact is here like he continues to go what do these very risky things it just doesn't seem to care yeah if you get caught I mean there's the photo in that athletic article where he's smiling and you know he's with I guess that it's a two person thing that team roping so I hope twenty six thousand dollars I hope that Madison Bumgarner did not keep that for myself given the gigantic contract he just signed in December the but yeah he looks he's not there we is in this picture I mean I just think it's hilarious how almost incognito so many baseball players can live their lives in that matter just because they blend in because they're not these gigantic athletes by and large I mean they're not six eight or you know they don't think Shaquille o'neal out there everybody would be able to tell if you're you know for the most part with NBA athletes I just don't understand why when you have hit the genetic lottery anyway to be able to throw the ball a hundred miles an hour the end and to be able to make eighty six million dollars really it's more than that doing this why you would ever risk your body or put like what your fans in your organization is rooting for on the line so recklessly and you pointed out he already ruined the giants season aired my fantasy baseball season which is far more important Courtney by falling off of that dirt bike a couple years ago and here he is I guess he says I'm just going to live my life and Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen told the athletic that quote he was not going to get into discussing specific contract language but you pointed this out that we know the player contracts have I can't imagine that the Diamondbacks are cool with their ace pitcher also being a rodeo road being a cowboy literally let alone they don't want to be a Dallas cowboy let alone in being a literal cowboy well I just remember a couple years ago at the end I felt combine whistle and was talking to Mike Zimmer about you know the quarterback situation at that point he had said that Sam Bradford had a degenerative knee I come to find out later that offseason I was speaking with Kyle Rudolph who said that he went skiing with Sam Bradford that off season right around the time of the combine so I'm thinking to myself you are here you are a health concern and you're going skiing or you could very easily risk tearing your ACL for a third time and you already had your season cut short because of injury like I wonder if these guys just do it for the thrill or maybe they just don't care because they have ungodly amounts of money to begin with if they feel like they can the kind of invincible they can do whatever they want but you do wonder like this has to be in contract language if you cannot do things like this because we know across sports there's certain things you're just not able to do I it's a liability reasons you ever been to a rodeo Courtney I half I went Mississippi when I work down there the show but county fair rodeo I've been to the Cheyenne frontier days shout out if you're listening in Cheyenne Wyoming on the ESPN radio affiliate there I gotta tell you it's oddly it is oddly entertaining but the the thrill of it is almost that you think that the that the ball right is just going to charge and block these cowboys into next year it is one of the most dangerous things I have ever seen and I never in my life once thought you know what it be cool to jump in there with these bowls and try to try this on for for my but how do you even practice you know you kind of just have to get in there and and take it on right yeah I guess I guess so what I mean I've seen the photos of Madison Bumgarner I'd taken the horse around the warning track at AT&T park when he was still a giant I just think that that's who he is this is got this guy is a country bumpkin at heart from North Carolina and I I just think that he grew up this way and it's always gonna be a part of him so he feels like Hey I'm an able bodied individual and I also have more money than anybody at this rodeo thing I'm gonna do what I want and it's somebody else take issue with it I'm sure they actually would found out about it right now well look I know why it's so good in the clutch in game seven of the World Series because if that that's nothing compared to facing down the eyes of a bull
Regulators revisit environmental review for Line 3 pipeline
"But Nina Bergland a Lakota and member of the northern Cheyenne nation told state regulators indigenous people oppose line three and she warned it will result in more missing native women that's going to come with line three so by you approving this pipeline you're allowing for women to go missing a decision on the line three pipelines could come as soon
Digital vs. Traditional Marketing like Billboards: Lessons Learned
"There is a long stretch of I. Eighty between Cheyenne Dan and Salt Lake City where I grew up that is almost nothing but highway and desert. I have driven this stretch a million times and over the holidays I was driving and again this time with my niece Katrine and my nephew Al Hundred John Reid received the majestic cargo train. It's natural habitat sir. David attenborough road trips eight miles and miles of mostly shrubs the occasional cargo train gene end billboards one set of billboards in particular large rooms. Great Rates Little America. My Niece Kaitlyn there. The billboards that we're seeing are all the same fancy truck stop slash hotel called Little America that is in the absolute middle of this middle of nowhere there for nearly a hundred miles these billboards show up every few minutes. Forty two miles to the little America. There's another one coming right up. After it and there in the desert we are a captive audience to running storyline of these billboards. Seventeen marble showers. Little even start intimidating them wings little America but there is one thing in particular that shows up on these billboards more than any other so often that people even write about this billboard in their online reviews of the truck style and this is the one that we've been decided about this. This one says seventy five cent cones fifteen miles little America rising up from the desert floor is a many many feet tall Paul delicious looking soft. Serve ice cream cone lawless world wing of that billboards like these have a special kind of place in our collective to road trip hearts. These days everyone online goes to the same websites. But once you get there we all get different personalized ads but with a billboard. Everyone drives this road. Sees the same ad and billboards they work the market for billboards continues to grow. There are currently about three hundred fifty thousand of them in America and more go up up every single day and one study. Found that billboards when you pair them with digital ads are more effective than print ads. And we're sorry to say than Radio Jio ads so it was probably inevitable that Katryn Alejandro and I did exactly as the billboards back into us to do all girl cheeses
"cheyenne" Discussed on Native America Calling
"It was hard to kind of accept that right because you know I wasn't necessarily the smartest in school. I wasn't the skinniest. I wasn't the prettiest story. I didn't have the nicest car things like that. And those are things that it just don't matter those aren't the things that feed your spirit at all those things that they fill your heart up and so find those things that can be yoga could be music. It could be running wing. It could be you know. Basket weaving or sewing or beating. All these things are arts and crafts and are traditional ways like those are medicine and when when you find those things and you sit there and you just enjoy sitting at the coffee table with your sister beating that's medicine and that's hailing you. Cheyenne greet works. Thank you for sharing. And I'm sure people have some things they want to share to in Cheyenne. When you're feeling this way and you understand really how far you can take things and and you start to look at okay? What can I do with my life? What can I change Where can I bring some of the light to the dark and you are very concerned with how native Americans are portrayed in the media But even you know how people are first introduced to native Americans this role that you're in you may be the the first native American somebody meets may be the only native American in their entire life and so there is something really important when we do as needed people Even a program like this introducing people to the truth of WHO. We are Where we come from the are complexity is as beautiful as it is and everything that it leads to and so shy and talk to me? A little bit about wanting to change The world's perception of native Americans or even the way we're teaching shing who we are as native people in our schools. Two little ones go ahead. I think a lot of it always kind of goes back to this. This concept of like Pan indigenism gene. ISM where we're like the one big group of people with one language and we wear the same thing and it's like oh no no no baby like there is there is many of us there is over. I believe five hundred seventy recognized tribes now federally recognized if I'm not mistaken And every single single one of these communities have their own language have their own regalia have their own traditions their own ceremonies their own taboos everything and so you know when people meet me they're like. Oh you're seminal like do POW and I'm like no actually we never traditionally danced in Powell's ever you know or Do we live in. TEEPEES and people from the swamps. You know I don't know where we were GONNA put those but we didn't have those or Say something in Indian for me. And I'm like my people speak Miccosukee these big creek and so A lot of is kind of breaking down those barriers breaking down those misconceptions Sion's but you know we're constantly being boxed into the stereotypes of Especially in the media you know of horseless on artisan horseless. Hey back shirtless on horseback or in like the battered native woman or like the really really poor reservation Shen and that's not who we are. That's and you know you can't you can't fit us into this one narrative because it's just not possible we are also complex and so different in all of our cultures and all of our ways you know it's like for instance. I visited North Dakota and I was visiting the three affiliated tribes And then hit. It's a data in a recruiter. And you know. The women are allowed to participate. In sweats there and traditionally. We don't do sweats women. Don't do sweats back home. You know and so oh you see all these differences but there's also many similarities and so when I do get to meet non natives and like you said sometimes I'm the one in the only one that they ever meet I always just try to go back to the core values and I feel like as indigenous people as native people. We share core values which is hospitality. You know we. We are very community oriented people. We are We are like we're not self serving people we take care of our land and it's never or something that we is bought or sold or belongs to anybody and we understand these concept. We understand the circle of life and how everything's connected and that's what I always try to teach people when I do you meet them. It's that you know were so different and all these different ways but this is what we shares people this is like the understanding the core values the morale that we have and that that is the foundation of everything that we do. You know and there's love and all that we do and I mean I take so much pride in being able to visit all all these different communities and I get to share you know things about my people and I learned so much about their people and the next thing you know. We're sitting there and they're like. Oh you guys do that too. And I'm like yeah and it's it's incredible. You know what it what it does to be able to teach people that as well but you you know representation. We deserve good positive or presentation. You know we it's. It's really sad to sit here and think about you know we don't want on our children watching the Pocahontas Disney movie. You know 'cause they call literally call us savages in that movie. They literally say the words barely even human in one of the songs. And it's like is that what we want our kids thinking about themselves like where people we are living thriving people here and I've also come across the misconception of that. Were just completely nonexistent anymore. That were just completely gone. And or like Oh there's so few of you and it's like where it's not that we're an extinct stink people where people recovering from genocide like we are building backup. Our communities were building. Backup our populations and I feel that when these negative stereotypes are perpetuated and all these ways it. That's that affects our self esteem as native people as well. You know because you're sitting when you're thinking well they just call me Pocahontas and I went to that all I still go through it like Oh Polka Polka Hana's Polka. Heidi and I'm like dude. God that's ugly. You shouldn't say that. And you know it's it affects our women because it's like this hyper sexualization of native American women and you know that plays into 'em I w an Emmy wg because we're like fetish is in the men to and it's it's not good for our people. It's not good at all and you know it's time that we start. It's funny. We were making a joke yesterday. Like you have to shake the table and I was like no man. We have the flip it like. We have to flip that thing and let them know that. We're just tired of it. You know and it's very seldom that you come across a story about native American can people where you know like the center of the stories about them empowering themselves. It's always like a saving story. Today's an encore presentation of electronic talking circle. Phone lines are closed. But we still want to hear from you. Sending email to comments and native America calling dot.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. Those blocking road access to mount a KFC their position to protect the sacred site from construction of the thirty meter telescope has not changed after Hawaii. Governor David Ige announced Thursday. The state plans to remove law enforcement as early as Friday in in a video message. Posted to social media leaders amount of K. protectors expressed skepticism calling the move at tactic by officials to try to force them off the road. They've been camped in the area for more than five months and vowed to stay as long as it takes to prevent construction an elementary school principal from Bethel a Yupik a bit community in Alaska was charged this week for crimes against children Ky.. UK reports a federal grand. Jury indicted Chris Carmichael on four charges including incursion enticement of a minor possession of child pornography and attempted transferred obscene material of a minor Carmichael. who was fired? This week is accused of inappropriate touching a female student and sending sexual messages to a minor who was actually an undercover agent. The fifty five year old is in custody in Anchorage expected to appear in court Friday opponents of the keystone xl pipeline are concerned about worker camps. And the safety of native women at a South Dakota water-management board hearing Thursday. A project supervisor responded to concerns Victoria wicks reports. Greg tensor is the project execution manager for the keystone he's the XL pipeline. He says although women have made strides in construction men will dominate. This pipeline workforce tensor says eight of the camps for in Montana and Foreign South Dakota Code could hold up to twelve hundred workers at a time yanked in Sioux tribe lawyer Jennifer Baker asked him about a common concern that women might be victims where large numbers of men Dan Gather. Are you aware that human trafficking is a problem in areas. That have accounts. I've heard about it up in North Dakota where they have more oil field old tensor works for one of the many contractors. TC employees and he says contractors also hire the Laborers Baker expresses concern that TC. The energy won't be accountable for workers behavior. tensor replies that workers answer to contractors but contractors answered T- see everybody must have a badge in order to be on the camp and they must go through a card reader at the gate with the security guard before they come on site tensor says no visitors are allowed in the camps unless they're vetted the camp security is it possible that any of the workers will be sex offenders registered sex offenders background check that preclude them from working part of the back inject those convicted sex offenders are not permitted to work on the pipeline. Is that right yes Tanzer says. TC hopes to start. Construction in March and worker camps won't go up up until then I'm Victoria. Wicks students are competing in sports academic and cultural events at the LAKOTA nation. Invitational taking places week in rapid city. South Dakota Oughta the event boosts the local economy and has China Locker reports. Plans are to expand Brian Brewer founded the La and is currently on the board of directors. He's he says. The expansion is beneficial for the event. You can't growing more facilities here. We have to tell a lot of our schools we. We don't have enough room. They can't bring teams or something like that this year. More than twenty five hundred students are participating from about five states. Bureau wants to see that number grow with the space. We're going to expand to twenty four basketball teams and we have a waiting list right now. So we're really hoping that we'll be able to give those other schools in opportunity to Gorkhas says expanding the Ellen. I will likely boost revenue to the rapid city economy though China lock it. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Of that and and we take a lot of pride in the fact that we have built such a successful foundation of enterprises you know we we we bought the hard rock brand. I believe in two thousand and eight and you know it's just been an incredible journey 'cause. I wasn't very young when that happened but I also wasn't too. I guess like old enough to really realize what was going on but now that I'm older I see and I'm like wow that's actually really crazy. Healey we started with we were on commodities auditees cigarette shops and Bingo. That's what we came from. You know and so I I I take a lot of pride in my people because we you it's almost like we beat them at their own. Game is how I look at. It and you know we're proud of who we are. Part of. Our languages are clothing. Our Arts Arts our traditions or ceremonies and you know shout out to everybody back home because if it wasn't for you guys you know I really I don't know who I would be probably lost you know and I have incredible friends and family back home that have just supported me through all of of this you know from the beginning of Miss Florida seminal two now and I invite everybody to come and visit my community. We have a POW in February. I believe it's February very seven through nine. If I'm not mistaken actually and it's nice this week is actually we're celebrating in day national in India and so I was kind of jealous L. is my sister was posting on at the dress competition and I was like man I should be air but the I love my people were really well known for alligator interesting where well known for our Patchwork Clothing and you know at the talent the talent presentation I shared my mitalent was sharing a traditional hairstyle. We used to wear in the thirties and forties and I love it because that's what people remember me from gathering. They're like you're the one that did that really cool hair thing. I'm like yeah that was me and it's awesome because it was something that I have been asked about before but had never really is not something that's shared too much much. there's there's only so many ways to do it and so it was nice to kind of share that new aspect of who seminal women are and it's you know it's awesome like I said I am by everybody. Come see my community. We have billy slump safari and and Oh yes in the museum and you know we are more than willing to share who we are as seminal people and yeah. We're just we're we're proud people we really really are and and were strong people in so Cheyenne you are halfway through your year holding this title in I can only imagine all the different places that that you have on your agenda before the next gathering of nations in April and I'm sure that time is GonNa come real fast Schon just taking a look at the pathway hathaway Ford anything you wanNA share about things coming up or what you hope you know this journey will bring to your life got about a minute. I just WanNa want to let everybody know like your your loved. You are loved you are extremely loved and your strong. We are strong people and don't ever ever give up and I always tell people I'm like you can message me and I totally mean that like. DM ME on instagram. If you need a talk I really am you know this. I'm an open book like I said and I have zero shame in my journey and so you know if it means empowering other people like I'm all for it and you know I'd like to invite anybody that's interested in running in the pageant as well to message me and to reach out and I'm here for advice to answer questions whatever it may be two girls looking to compete in their own tribal communities do it do it girl. You got the goods. You're thinking about it. So you know you can do it but just remember that we're strong people you know we carry we carry a lot of medicine and prayers and resiliency inside of us into just remember that and again I want to invite everybody to the gathering nations powwow in April that Don oh and they are gathering Powell limited realty single in real and just remember to fight for that representation representation. Don't don't be scared to flip that table there you go well too bad. This is in video because then we'd have you flip this desk right now right on in real quick where people find you on social media My name is super super long so if you do at am I w Cheyenne Kippenberger C. The H. E. Y. E. E. K. I. P. P. E. N. B. E. R. G. E. R. That's me I also have a facebook page. you could search twenty nineteen twenty twenty missing Kippenberger and you could also go to gathering of nations dot Com for any and all information you know reach out to us for bookings and things like that. I'd love to come and visit your communities. I really would and like I said open invitation to come and visit my community as well all right well. That's going to do it for our visit with Indian World Cheyenne Kippenberger. If you missed anything you can find it in our archives on our website native America calling dot Com Cheyenne. Thank you for being here with us US and again congratulations to your title and what lies before you tomorrow or inviting you back. If you had fun today wait wait till you tune in tomorrow. There's more we will be talking about infant nutrition. What were you taught about babies first foods? You can tell all your story tomorrow by calling in or start the conversation right now on facebook or tweet us at one eight hundred nine nine native. I'm your host Tara Gatewood.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Is native America calling. I'm Tara gatewood before the reigning Miss Indian World Cheyenne Kippenberger woke up one morning and decided she needed to do something to get out of her comfort zone for for her. The choice was to run for Miss Florida seminal two thousand eight. She ran and won. Although she still had her doubts she decided to keep going and compete eight in the Miss Indian world pageant during the gathering of nations this year as she prepared herself she thought where will this take me she started by sewing dresses and practicing her talent of demonstrating traditional seminal hairstyle she still struggled with anxiety she ultimately overcame that and triumphant try and came to the top winning. The best interview best talent and ultimately the title of Miss Indian World Today we're going to visit is it with her about her journey to hold this prestigious title and what her plans are for the future and you can join the conversation to the number to dial is one eight hundred nine six six two four eight. Do you remember that moment when she was crowned Miss Indian world. Maybe you had a chance to see some of the traditional talent and saw her explanation explanation of a part of her culture anything. You wouldn't tell her you can call in right now. One eight hundred nine nine six two four eight and right now it is my honor to welcome Cheyenne Kippenberger the Twenty Nineteen Twenty Twenty Miss Indian world to Studio forty-nine here. She's an enrolled member of the seminole tribe of Florida our a pleasure to have her here Cheyenne welcome and feel free to further introduce yourself for say hello to the listeners. Thank you good morning to hint thou moment to hotel get Shan Dan courtroom. Yeah get your hotel Edem. in my language I just introduced myself and my English name Shan and my Indian name was given to me by my grandmother and it is thick and in my language that translates to fire and show you something that is really coming forward with all this is important culture is because it was your culture that brought you to this place as well as reminded you that how important it is that we talk about it we we share it and so tell me a little bit about what Miss Indian world means to you and keeping culture alive being missing NEOM world is one. It's and honor you know getting to hold that title until where that Crown and sash go around you know not just in-country here in the states but anywhere in the world you know Oh you you represent all native and indigenous people you are that platform to uplift their voices you know to to shed light. I on things that normally wouldn't get that attention and so you know getting to be in this position. It's it's a little and ten sometimes but it's empowering. It really makes me feel like I can do anything and I can do anything for my people at that you know but I think it's also really important that that people know that this title isn't something that you know I myself and like women in the past have done you know to wear this crown and sash cash and say I'm just missing in world we cause we love our people. We love our people. We love who we are. We love our culture and we love sharing and we love learning about other people's cultures as well and that's what being missing in world is about in so for you. Why did you want to step into this position? What did it mean into that title Miss Indian world even before you started running you know at first like you mentioned in my little bio it was I was really hesitant hesitant? I was really scared and I went through this really kind of dark place with myself where I was questioning my worth and if I was a good representative if I could go out there and do my people well but ultimately I got to the the end Russian that who gets to say they ran in the missing in world pageant. Like how many girls have you ever met that really gets to say that and so to me. It wasn't really even about winning or having the title itself. It was more about the experience I was so excited. I had never been to albuquerque before and I thought you know what I had had such a good experience in my journey with Miss World or Miss Excuse me Miss Florida seminal and I was so proud of the work that I got to do and I thought if I if I am deemed worthy enough to hold this title I'm going to give it my all and giving it my all also meant you know in the preparation process that journey into going coming into the pageant as well you had to give it all and it was beautiful. It was a really big growing experience going into the pageant as well as the pageant week AAC so I I really enjoyed all of it and you know the sisterhood that was built through it the bonding that you get to do in the you know next thing you know you're crying about like the ex boyfriend you had in sixth grade with the other girls and it's just funny but there's a lot of memories behind all of it and all of it is in the foundation of you know being proud of who we are as indigenous women in so there were thousands of people watching touching you know the competition as well as that moment when you were crown. WHOA was going through your head when you heard you were gonNA hold that title? Oh Man Dan I was praying. I was praying so hard. If you watch that video you WanNa see me looking down and I'm just praying and you know not so win anything like that. It was to kind of put my gratitude onto the universe. I was so thankful for how great my experience was you know of of course it gets intense moments and we get overwhelmed because you know there's so many things going on and it's tight schedule but the experience was so magnificent like I felt so many good things I had all these interactions with different people that I would have never met unless I decided to run in this pageant and overall. I felt like I needed to I needed to thank everything and everyone that kind of led up to that point and so after they finish announcing all the best categories I'm sitting there and I'm looking down and I I was just going through my list like thank you albuquerque. Thank you for you know the girls that were competing with me. Thank you for my family being here. Thank you for my friends being here. Thank you to my community mutiny members that are here but thank you to like my ancestors. Thank you to the spirits that are with me and next thing you know when I heard representing the awesome that was all I heard in the waterworks just started and I was just started bawling my eyes out and I turned around and I looked at my family. I was just like I I did it like I really did this and it was an overwhelming feeling of not just gratitude but I was proud of myself really really really proud of myself in talk a little bit more about really the mountain that you overcame because dealing with anxiety is not an easy thing and then especially putting yourself right. They're the middle of you know thousands of is on you because there are people who do face a lot of anxiety and they aren't able to always be able to do something like that and you you really you really did something not only for yourself but I think to encourage others who face some of this any talks about that Oh yeah I mean I really struggled with my mental health all through you know high school and college and leading into this too and I was diagnosed with with with this person hey with depression anxiety diversion and I was really angry in the beginning 'cause as I felt like there was something wrong with me. I was like why like why do I have to be different. Why does there have to be something wrong with me? You know with my mind and I started going to therapy because my mom made me go. Actually I had this. I was just in this really dark place in this whole that I couldn't get myself out of this one day. My mom was like all right. This is enough. You need to get help and you know I'm very fortunate we have a CB Center for be behavioral health on my reservation back home and so there's therapists right there you know just willing to help and I kind of had to wrap my head around it but when I did start going and I got my diagnosis and she started explaining to me what depression was and what anxiety was. I feel so angry anymore. You know I was actually sitting there and I was like Oh. My Gosh like this isn't my fault you know depression is a chemical comical imbalance in your brain and you know all these like after effects like anxiety and all these things come with it and it makes it so hard for people and so many of us suffer from from it but we're so scared to talk about it out of shame out of embarrassment and I was there. I was that person I was so ashamed of feeling like that of being like that ad and in the beginning I tried to I guess take that holistic approach. I didn't WanNa take any medications so I just kept doing therapy kept doing therapy and you know it was being were communicated with my family about what was going on but it still wasn't enough and eventually decided to get on antidepressants and that was what really really helped me and then I went through a whole other journey of trying to get rid of the shame in being on medications because people are like you're on meds like what are what are your on meds for really crazy pills and I'm like I'm not crazy dude like do you wanna see crazy but yeah I mean and if it wasn't for antidepressants you know I really really don't know what I would've done in honesty and so my journey was a lot of ups and downs and you know even now I still have these days where I have to sit. There and I have to really really really dig deep and I have to do my affirmations and you have to call my sister and my mom to kind of get that uplift that I need but I just I just don't care anymore like if you think I'm crazy fine if you think medications are fine but this was my journey and I have no shame in it anymore at all. I'm proud of who I am proud of what went through because if I didn't go through these things things I wouldn't be here. I wouldn't be the Cheyenne that I am you know and so I was laughing when we were at Santa. Fe Indian school kept telling him like no shame in this game. There's no tame in this game. Maybe like I am. I am who I am and all through like being missing world. I feel like I need to be genuine about that needs to be real L. about that. I have to be honest about it because I am not put together all the time like hey listen. I Know My dresses look pretty and I learned how to do. My island are really well recently but I do not have it together all the time and it's okay. It is okay to feel that way. It's okay you know to to be sad. It's okay to be angry but don't stay. Stay in that place you know talk about it and you know not just to the kids I tell them to talk about it but the parents especially you know talk to your kids about these things. It's really uncomfortable I know but you know you need to. We need to start normalising these things in our communities so many of our kids suffer and and we have this suicide epidemic going on and you know we need to protect our babies man like we we have that responsibility as a community to make sure that we're loving loving each other taking care of each other and not just physically but emotionally sure and sometimes it's hard to have those kind of conversations and you're really opening up something that a lot of times people keep to themselves and you're in a position to to work directly with young people. They see a young face when you're telling these stories stories in I think sometimes that opens up things that other avenues can't will continue here hang tight native America.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a jury has been selected in the trial of former Indian health service pediatrician accused of sexually assaulting young male patients. The trial began Monday at the federal courthouse in rapid city according to prosecutors Stanley Weber served at Pine Ridge Between Nineteen Ninety five and two thousand one prosecutors say Weber gained access to children when they were patients in his clinic and eventually invited get them to his home where he gave them food alcohol and money grooming them for sexual activity. The boys ranged in age from nine to late teens. Jury selection selection lasted. Most of the first day for teenagers were selected with two alternates to be excused before deliberation begins at the end of the trial lawyers made opening statements Tuesday followed by witness testimony assistant secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney on Monday announced. The Department of the Interior is investing in one point two million dollars and a tribal broadband grant program the program will offer awards to try to deploy broadband initiatives in Indian country. The announcement Smith was made at the national tribal broadband summit taking place in Washington. DC meanwhile tribal leaders recently urged the Federal Communications Commission to do more to to expand broadband access in Indian country. Olivia rheingold has more about half of tribal lands in Montana. Don't have access to broadband. That's Internet fast just enough to use on your smartphone and stream movies. The Government Accountability Office says the Federal Communications Commission isn't doing enough to expand access that what was the major takeaway from a hearing for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee last week Republican Senator Steve Daines of Montana. We must act small steps to improve opportunity of these. He's very underserved areas. They're hamstrung by sub-standard wireless as was broadband connections Montana's other Senator Democrat Jon Tester wasn't able to to testify Wednesday because of a conflicting vote four-pack Tribal Chairman Floyd Azure says his constituents have been pressing him to increase broadband coverage. Everybody wants but even my wife she's. She's she loves her phone thinks she goes anyplace. Without Verizon announced it would end service in parts of northeastern Montana earlier this year Azure says his work phone is rising and it still works but there are some dead spots throughout the reservation that includes stretch of highway two. That's a dead zone for his work phone and and his personal one which is covered through local provider Niemand tribal ownership because we're not get any help from any place else. We're going to beat ourselves as your says. The tribes could fix instead zones that a commercial carrier like verizon might not be financially incentivized to just eighteen out of five hundred seventy three federally recognized tribes hold licenses this is to provide broadband that includes the black feet tribe the only tribal nation in Montana with a license for high speed wireless Internet the GAO report says that the FCC should expand leasing options for broadband signals and data collection on tribal lands for National Native News. I'm Olivia Reingold in billings Montana. Uh Pipes will no longer be sold at the pipes DOE NATIONAL MONUMENT VISITOR CENTER IN MINNESOTA. The decision comes after years long consultation with tribes pipes are central to many trouble cultural and ceremonial practices in two thousand thirteen government to government consultation began with overwhelming calls to end pipe cells at the monument a program which employs native carvers to share culture and history with the public will continue an open house was held last week to discuss the decision the the changes expected to happen later this year I man Tony Gonzalez..
"cheyenne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"It depends on different seasons. It's been different. But right now, I think it's down to like once every two weeks down every two weeks. That's really that's really not then on in the season less people. It becomes once a week. You know, so when there's a group of twenty eight it's two weeks, you start weeding some of those people out and then under the impression that you get to talk to somebody at least once a day. You thought that yet people think that we have? There's TV like we could just call it the friends and be like, no, you can't do any of that. And that's what drives you crazy because they're taking everything that, you know, and putting Younan virement that you don't really know much about. So. Well, we were we were asked to be on the amazing race. We didn't actually end up going on both when favor show. My favorite show on pissed. They took it off a Hulu. And and we went to the audition and everything and they made a stay in a hotel room where weren't allowed to talk. Like, we're not to talk to anybody. Exactly. And then they told us you can't speak to anybody on the show, this that the other thing, and I thought maybe the challenge was a little different. But it sounds like that's exactly what it is with every show. No, you don't either ex on the beach. You don't get a phone call like because of this one. But you know, usually real world you do those on the real world, we got emails FaceTime. Back shots out to the real world. Come back. Maybe it is. Yeah, you're right Cheyenne. So obviously the name of the show is teen. Mom, and many people have asked you. You know, you're not a teen. You're young. What are your thoughts on people saying, you know, you're not a teen? Mom. Why are you on the show? Exactly. Right. I'm not. Got me. No you are team though. Gonna in-between of like trying to be grown..
"cheyenne" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"We're here with Corey and Cheyenne, and we are so excited to have both of you here. But we're also so excited because you brought writer, and we are obsessed with her for you guys got here we were talking about if you were going to bring her and honestly, we were like now they're not going to bring her and then you guys walked in. And I basically floor gas just obviously very excited if you guys don't know Corean Cheyenne both big MTV stars from the challenge from teen. Mom from Ari the one. Basically the trifecta, right? There are all those are all the major and always shows all of our favorites. Cheyenne is new to teen. Mom, how has that experience been joining joining the cast? Scary scary. Now, it's been different. It's been a fun experience. Definitely life changing. It's way different than the one. Or the challenge, you know, having our families apart of it and having a baby it's weird. Having a baby general, and what's it like because obviously, they're filming your life. And what's it like just having cameras around you at all times, or or is it all times? Like is there a certain schedule that goes along with it? So we follow a schedule kind of base on the Vince that we have going on in our live, and they come for a couple of days during the week, and it's pretty much all day. And in the beginning, it was nerve wracking having the cameras in our homes, and our parents are there and the baby's touching everything. But the crews extremely nice and respectful, and you almost get used to them, and it's almost like become part of your family. So yeah, totally Corey how did you feel being because you're you're on the show too? You know, so how how do you feel being being on teen? Mom Nice minute. minute appearances here there. No, I love it. I love that. I get to be around rider, more, right? I love that. I get to stay home. I get to live my life and just spend time with her. So it's like a win win at work. And I'm with my kids. So it's like a win win the challenge. Obviously, you're traveling from home in prison for two months, dealing with people that I don't wanna be around and then people like to steal my food. And then it goes down. Right. Right. Well, we're going to get to that. But show where he won't. Yes. We have watching this week. We've been watching this season challenge is my favorite reality show, so Cheyenne. What's it like when Corey is away? And when he was filming the talent, what was that like pression sadness? I was not. Don't miss me a little bit a little. Appraised. I was definitely eating ice cream in like standing by my own waiting for him to call though. But no, it was I think because I've done the talent it was easier for me to understand rather than like if I've never done it. Then it would be different. But I get what he's going to do. And you know, it was fine where we support each other in whatever it is that we want to do. So that's the beauty of our parenting relationship is you know, pieces he went to towns and daddy's going to challenge and he'll be fine. He'll be back. We deal with it. Yeah. Bring right around the challenge. They should have kids. We could do. Definitely it should be the kids of the challenge. I was actually store all the entertainment. I was going to offer her Mike. I radio interview. But how how often do you get to contact your loved ones while you're on the challenge..
"cheyenne" Discussed on One Two Review
"True. It's luca. Hope you're having a great day. I'm having a great travel. Dan, just about one hundred miles south of Cheyenne, Wyoming excited to set foot in the great state of Wyoming and meet all of its wonderful people, you know, in grassroots campaign. Get some get them users for my omen. So anyway, you know, what I'm doing how fun on the podcast, and I'll talk to you. All right. Bye. How you doing Brandon? Honestly, knock great. That was a a long flight, and we're not even in our destination yet. So yeah. So we for anyone that doesn't know we took a similar ETA flight. We're trying to get to Wyoming. We got delayed. We got rerouted. We ended up landing in Idaho. We've rented a car, and we're about to start our drive towards Cheyenne to try to find Luke who went missing in the last episode. Our last blip on the GPS shows him somewhere near Cheyenne. So that's where we're headed. I don't know. How long is this? We have a drive couple hours. All right. Well, here's the thing. Unfortunately, due to all the delays. We did not get to watch a bunch of movies over we wanted to. So we don't have any movie reviews from the plane for you. Instead, we're going to go ahead and play some recordings of reviews we've done in the past that didn't quite make it at the time, but we feel are appropriate now. So go ahead and play the first one. Right. Wintery out there, isn't it boys? It's bless Abby. It's very windy today. But folks, we are here to review movies..
"cheyenne" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"All right. We'll talk more. What about the rest of the specials later? I wanna go right to the phones. Now, this is Dr Bob Marshall pitched health line live. Let's go to Cheyenne in Nevada, and they're she's dealing with swelling in the ankles and the feet are you there Cheyenne? And how old woman are you? And how much do you weigh at twenty one forty seven while you're very young to have this. This is usually an issue with kidney. Let me ask you as a small child. Heavy sustained a serious injury or blow to your pelvis, your tailbone anything like that. Now have you had children? Okay. Following a lot. So that messes up everything I see. Well, the swelling in the feet and ankles is usually linked to kidney. So the three things that I'd recommend to do. Number one get on a food for the kidney, which would be D H A. This is hostile Hixon oik acid, and it also promotes healthy inflammatory response. So here the the DHA what you would probably take is to begin with. I would take ten capsules at Germain protein meal. And then after a few days, I'd cut down to five caps. Okay. That's the food for the brain the kidney and the nervous system. Number one. Number two. You can jump on kidney support, maybe about three per meal. And the vet should give you control until you can find out why the kidney is unhappy. It looks to me like the likely candidate is a severe injury as a small child to the low back the tailbone a bad fall on your tailbone an injury to the sacred that would be a bilateral both sides. So we have to hunt down the interference field. And so I would recommend you. Call your line. Get the number of someone who knows QRA near you and have them test. You find this interference field and get rid of it. Okay. So if your ankles fall in often, this is marketing a problem with the sacred to begin with. So that's where you wanna go orthotics things. Like this just help you live with it. You've got to get rid of the interference field. Get to the bottom of it. And get rid of whatever's going on, okay? Thanks for your call by now. All right. This.
"cheyenne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"From Cheyenne told her progressive's collision insurance covers, injured dogs and cats she said, if they could let her as, much as she did This next song's called cat person it was In wyoming Progressive casualty insurance company. And affiliates pet coverage not available in, New Hampshire, North Carolina treasurer Kmox news time is ten thirty I'm Tom Ackerman sunny and seventy two degrees downtown at. The arch with all the talk about Russia using social media to interfere with US politics we asked the Missouri secretary of state. If it's possible for our voting systems to be hacked by someone from a, foreign land. What I would tell the people of. The state and really the the people the nation they, don't have to worry about that that's something that's come to the forefront of people's minds but it's been something that state. Election officials have been concerned about. And working to make sure it couldn't, happen for, years Jay Ashcroft goes on to say. There is more money being spent to make sure those systems are safe and our setup to work even if something goes. Wrong checking, our traffic. Issues not too much there's a stalled vehicle three seventy eastbound before one forty one that's, on the right, shoulder however stalled vehicle, now to seventy northbound at forty four the two left lanes, are? Not close one earlier now two. Left lanes closed, they're hoping to have that cleared it should be cleared by now here at ten thirty but we had some issues there to. Seventy and forty four hoping to have that all cleared up our weather today is quite clear it is sunny and warm this. Afternoon with a high of eighty five clear tonight and a low of sixty, nine tomorrow, mostly sunny very warm we'll get a. High of ninety degrees and looking ahead to the weekend, ninety three Friday Saturday and Sunday not as humid Friday but we'll get that humidity coming in on Saturday and Sunday right Now it's seventy. In high ridge Seventy-three knowledge that. We have sunny skies and seventy four downtown arch I'm Tom Ackerman kmox news time is ten thirty two comfort is your. Plan call, six one. Eight Bello man your metro east AC superhero six one eight b. e. l. oh man, why.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Performing pal oh man break it down radio rageh panos radio radio radio radio regular i i had the twenty thousand she said oh really not bad they say almost all missile rockefeller cheyenne was sending bridge to harlem bedouin jay was still with dane shell i can't take home home uhhuh paper thanks the pray for the i'll tell break it down raina regular regular regular let's go let's go let's go let's go powerhouses our house we kicking off the summer we're powerhouse be ready be ready noon at noon the new two stage at noon get there early divide starts nice and early drive safely on the way up there as well you filming demands got some special surprises up his sleeve as well i got a chance to speak to a bunch of the artists performing tomorrow and they're excited as well they're doing a lot of cool things some.
"cheyenne" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is john hancock i got chased down in a field once had my haircut in right outside of cheyenne wyoming they didn't leave me there naked they cut off about fourteen inches of hair seventy one i just got out of high school like a scene right out of easy rider to wyoming rednecks and a green pickup truck we were hitchhike and my best friend and i trying to get to a commune up in vancouver wait we'd we'd only been gone for like seven hours or something like that we'd just left a fort collins so we were right outside of cheyenne wyoming and and we weren't gavin really good luck with getting rides i mean like in seven hours we had made it a hundred miles or whatever it was and these two good old boys pulled over in the pickup truck and no we thought they were getting ready to give us a ride so we got running towards the back of the truck figuring that they were going to tell us to jump at the back and and as we got up there they both got out of the car and one of them had a knife in one of a pair of scissors or something so kenney took off in one direction and i took off in the other and i guess they liked me best chased me down and gave me a haircut and then we went off to vancouver with really one of the worst haircuts i've ever had so that story that i just heard on the news kind of reminded by that hey there hi there ho there were thursdays we can be everybody a good the nc double a's start backup tonight i game will be nevada loyal chicago y'all had that your brackets right and then starting at almost the same time michigan and texas am and you're too late games kentucky at kansas state and.
"cheyenne" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Sanford centuries the clear favor with lower and we're and everything she can do low for the patriots on the boy's side of the bracket it was bismarck century sixty eight to forty four the patriots advanced over grand forks road river not too much of a tests from the rough writers and was manned into threec from the west defeating number two from the east shanley sixty eight to fifty three sitting up in all west semi at 630 pm tomorrow right here it is century against man dan and then to seventy cheyenne came from behind at halftime to defeat st mary's by ten points they'll take on west fog with the just when the skin 85 to eighty one in overtime they can in all east semi final any west fogel rivalry between cheyenne and west forego their at eight thirty pm right here at the shields and how about the voice i what you think it that side of the bracket well you know will start with the a west west semifinal obviously a you know my money is on century i think i think that's who most people see moving on i will say man is a really there are kind of a sneaky team they've got a lot of big guys a lot of good athleticism when they're on their game they can really do some damage and i think man dan does have the potential to take down century i think as long as century doesn't overlook them they'll be fine but i think this if if century just respects manned ends game they'll be fine but men still a threat the east east my final west fertile west fargo i don't know what to say i think it we got a total twat their hands it is a classic i think the atmosphere is going to be electric and i mean i don't know if it can topple we had tonight but if any games going to do that it'll be that west fargo was for definitely well i will say that the west fogel won both the regular season games and then cheyenne one right here on this court last week in the eu see some afghan also in that man dan century game those two teams that play twice already this year obviously in league play and.
"cheyenne" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Sad my sister was there and thought you were pregnant and that's the whole reason she was there because of you now she has three more weeks in the hospital and therapy to learn to walk again let me find out you plan this cheyenne as the investigation into the gender reveal party shooting continues we may learn more about what was going on in the mind of cheyenne willis and the extent of her involvement in any way but what we know right now is that almost immediately cheyenne willis tried to use this mass shooting as a way to get out of her lies by faking a miscarriage now police say cheyenne willis made up the story that she was pregnant and allied that she lost the baby the gender reveal was all a sham in this latest attack willis was shot in the leg but after allegedly lying to police about the pregnancy her role as victim only is being called into question now that beating case against willis those charges were ignored in this case raises more questions about what was the motivation for saying this was a baby reveal party who knew about it could there be some other motivation behind all of this police are clearly frustrated by all this they say that they have spent hours even days chasing false leads cheyenne willis even had the audacity to set up a gofundme page titled justice for cheyenne that raised eighty five dollars before it was taken down onto lie seventh two thousand seventeen investigators put out a news release in which they expressed their frustration with information they'd been given the release states.
"cheyenne" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of all time come to lie contestants will steal cheyenne boards having been up candies white smart mario lopez we rush cbs thursday ch twenty nine don't miss the six of soon in the race is facing threats we prayed barrier long island's future to pass on and foty fateh lls a thinking to stop diatranz i can't gap ron which camp the planning sensing day something worse than ever seen the season for of europe's cbs thursday to twenty nine during a radio radio now we must discuss now we're going to say a few things and then you'll see a few things and then we'll be done in the new prime with chris senators players had been lucky in the battle during the clinton administration hillary bullying devoted her life going to get healthcare together you what what happened with obamacare by the time they in any way something that that they would dole and so hoi the got a plan that didn't work they got a health care plan that didn't work and i will in it prolonged done staunch you we go up front with chris citric call six one seven two five four thirty or toll free eight eight eight nine two nine 1030 the newswatch never stops wbz news radio ten thirty you're listening.