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"clarksville" Discussed on WTOP
"Speed, very not guaranteed gig over WiFi requires gig in it. Edible excite gateway for 38 traffic and weather on the eights and Dave will dine in the W T o P traffic said it The Beltway traffic moving well through Virginia, across the Legion Bridge and through Montgomery County, its slowest between Landover, Atlanta, But on the outer loop between 20 250. The crash should be Over on the left shoulder. Getting attention rubbernecking? Yes, but hopefully the lanes are open now on the outer loop. If you're going with Ruth Real one through upper Marlboro, it's slow North bound north of route for the crash. 7 25 Marber, a pike getting by slowly under police direction. If you're going for DC to 95 just volume delays from the 11th Street Bridge past Pennsylvania Avenue into Maryland on the Baltimore Washington Parkway, Couple slowdowns near the Beltway and 30 to 95 North bound North 32 on 1 75 delays of ease the crash out of the way. But route 32 remains closed between Clarksville and Glenn L. Because of the investigation into a serious crash that happened a couple of hours ago. North bound traffic is diverted onto Linden Church Road, 10 Oaks Road is open, but it's a slow detour North bound toward the round about England. L in Virginia, I 95 south, remaining heavy in Woodbridge and remaining slow through Stafford County. The crash after Route 17 is clear route 17 business 17 Route one South bound across the Rappahannock River that way. You've got company a lot of work around traffic, but all lanes are open on us One and interstate 95 4, Fredericksburg bound traffic. Dave Tilden wtlv traffic and we're joined now by storm team for meteorologist Amelia Draper. More sunshine, maybe returning later this week. More sunshine returning tomorrow. In fact, on storm team.
"clarksville" Discussed on WTOP
"93 headed toward 1 97. No issues as you make your way onto 70 itself, But a new problem is on 32 in Clarksville. Westbound after one awake, Clarksville exit number 20 getting the report of a crash. May be blocking at least one lane in Lanham, 4 50 Annapolis Road eastbound there Forbes Boulevard. We had the report of a vehicle fire that may now be gone route 50 across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge just in when restrictions are in place of please folks, box trailers and of course, those high profile vehicles are Unable to cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge for now, with the wind restrictions under phase two warnings at this time traveling in Virginia, the Beltway looks pretty good. No problems 1 66 westbound leaving the Beltway headed towards Gainesville eastbound 66 often on the brakes, leaving 1 23 toward not the street as your lanes go from 43 along the left side south on I 95 your biggest delays are leaving Lord headed across the aqua Kwan and down 1 23 north about 95 93 95 look pretty smooth. As you make your way between Fredericksburg and the 14th Street Bridge and the district on the freeway. Westbound Watch for delays. Passing Main Avenue headed out toward U. S. Park police. Other than that, If you're traveling in the third Street Tunnel, you're looking pretty smooth. Brian's Burgh Road in Northeast this is South down near Montana Avenue. We had the crash at last report. You were following police direction. They're also in northwest Georgia Avenue. This near Geranium Street. We had the crash reported to us there as well. So please use caution. With a G H a medical plan members can reach their health goals. Bigger, small G H A is help federal employees choose possible for over 80 years more at G h dot com I'm Rob Stallworth. Wt o p traffic now the storm team for meteorologists, Lauren Ricketts, the bulk of the rain movie and through the late afternoon and into the early evening. Until then, we could have a few spotty showers pushing into the region,.
Habersham County man remains jailed after allegedly vandalizing historic church north of Atlanta
"Man remains in jail on three felony criminal charges after he was arrested inside a church north of Clarksville, Thursday. Thomas Oscar Ward is charged with vandalism to a place of worship, second degree burglary and second degree criminal damage to property at the historic Alleys Chapel Community Church on Georgia 1 97 word was arrested inside a cleaning closet in the church on Thursday morning.
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction
"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it
Girl Scouts Donate Unsold Cookies To Frontline Workers
"And those working on the front lines of the pandemic won't be don't worry about getting their sweet fix Haley Hanson explains the girl scouts of Kentucky he had announced that staff members will start delivering free cases of their famous cookies to those working on the front lines of the health crisis over the next two days employees will be traveling to hospitals nursing homes and Kroger's cookies will be delivered in the Volvo Bowling Green Owensboro Paducah and Elizabeth town areas in Kentucky and Jeffersonville Clarksville and New Albany
"clarksville" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Grown up and know when everybody all my friends back home in my family back home but I think it was my family the most so I also read that there's a Maddie poppy day in your a true thing competing ally is you should do a segment on that cracking on the lights there is a ninety Bobby day and they declared it last year it was like may twenty first or something and that was when like my home town business was when I won the show but they didn't celebrate this year I don't think it's a like maybe it was just a one time thing give me a plaque so that's also knows that you're one of the only people that has like a town with a date yeah that's that's pretty cool right that's as long as they still celebrate it right you just have to go but I mean we need to maybe confront them on that yeah Clarksville Clarksville we're sitting here in Charlotte North Carolina wondering where many poppy day was this year but you know what I wasn't home either so maybe maybe they had a huge blow out you know I'm sure they had just the whole circus act in the town and I just wasn't there so on that like if you were well you're gonna be performing out today but if you were performing like many poppy day what song would be like to like if you could never perform another song which song of yours would be the one that does have to be my song not necessarily I think my favorite song to perform live is doctor the bay and I like doing that I'm you know and I don't really get to play piano too often anymore so I would say that one so what do you currently binge watching what do you doing when you're traveling to AM always watching the office I watch it for me ten times through but I also forensic files and that's my go to show when I'm on the road because it's almost in every hotel yes always.
"clarksville" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Four days the station I was also the self appointed head of the Monkees well when I was in six really yeah well look where you are one other person Clarksville give dot he name the song so there we go monkeys yeah okay fine I get the point though now so I do get the point yeah yeah okay this is I don't know structure wall because there's only one other answered she was back to get it all wrong the person gets it right I protest that could work in the opposite direction at any time not with this why didn't know that you didn't know last train to Clarksville really hard days night it's a very strong at whatever is meeting with this later tell me if this is the Monkees support Beatles think fast here we go clean that's the Beatles he day tripper by the Beatles one to one yes the game is tied moving on to our third vintage pop culture audio clips tell me whether this is the Beatles or the monkeys Donnie it's the Beatles that's not my favorite song.
Arrests for violent threats of mass shootings
"I'm Steve K. fan a mass shooting threat an arrest in southern California the suspect is a thirty seven year old hotel clerk Long Beach police chief Robert Luna says Rodolfo mon toy was upset over something at work search of the suspect's residence led to the seizure of multiple high powered firearms hundred rounds of ammunition as well as tactical gear including an assault rifle and high capacity magazine then CBS Jim Priscilla has the story of a Tennessee man who allegedly made violent threats FBI agents arrested twenty year old Jacob Cooper on charges that he made online threats of a shooting at a Planned Parenthood facility in Washington DC the Clarksville Tennessee man is also accused of making threats about killing federal agents with a bomb a rifle or the poison
"clarksville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right now, or I seventy you're gonna run into these intense storms. We've see a severe thunderstorm warning right now and it stretches from Harvey's Berg south into Clarksville. So people in the bland, Chester area. Just picking up the tail end of this. And if you live in Wilmington, you're about to be hit hit neck. So if you're going north on seventy one in the area of Wilmington, you might want to get off the highway and. Cover. Gotcha covered. If they look at the radar Columbus radar and just sort of pretty good size storms going through, Zina's fact, Springfield. Got it. Pretty good. So. Yeah. In that general direction heads up because it's coming your way and beyond that look out for Newark. Mount Vernon it doesn't show any real signs of lessening intensity just to finish my point here. And then we will get to our traffic, and weather and all that. They say you're not supposed to get in the left lane. Now. I don't know why the signs say what they do. 'cause that's why people do it might say right lane closed ahead merged left. It shouldn't say that at all it should say merge at the pinch. They're calling it a zipper merge. And that's the way you're supposed to do. It. Officials are reiterating the importance of merging one watch for signs at alert you emerges ahead to well. Using both lanes all drivers thing in their lane till the merge point resist the urge to merge early at the merge point take turns slowly and smoothly merging into the right lane. If the left lane is closed each car in the right lane should allow one card emerge in front of them, creating a zipper effect that is the fastest way to get through a construction zone. And now they're saying it's the way to do it. Officials urge to keep traffic moving each driver in that lane Sheila one Carter merger head of them where the other lane ends. So that's the new official policy. So maybe they'll change the signs. Thank you. It's coming up on eight forty eight and Chuck has the traffic what's going on out there? Trying to recover from those storms moving through just cleared. A couple of accidents on northbound seventy five this from the UCLA traffic center. UCLA proudly presenting the new university of Cincinnati Gardner. Neuro Science Institute at patient building. Northbound seventy five the record Kyle's clear traffic off and on the Briggs from Dixie into downtown still moving heavy through the lateral pass the lateral and through the locked when split from an earlier wreck seen some very heavy traffic eastbound on the lateral approaching seventy one north and southbound seventy one heaviest through that construction zone that starts coming out of Kenwood and opens up after you get past Norwood. There is an accident. Westbound thirty two. To seventy five as well. As blunt way, girlie and Harrison at Fairmount power problems in quite a few spots, including Erkan Brecher blocked off nearby. Chuck ingram. Newsradio seven hundred wwl w. Forecast. Number one. We still have the the tornado warning in effect. But for.
"clarksville" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Sandbags in Clarksville. I'm Brad Joe. Camel ex news time five zero three the forecast coming up at five. Oh, six as a Mississippi River continues to rise. The town of Clarksville Missouri is preparing for the worst mayor JoAnne smiley tells KOMO ex inmates from the van Delio women's prison and volunteers began sandbagging this morning. She says they're building a nearly nine foot tall rock and sandbag wall to protect the to block business district. But by law can't extend it to protect nearby. Homeowners may help them we may supply something to them. But we're not too totally defend them. So where we are not doing. We're not failing to do something that we should be doing. In other words, smiley says the town's flood kitchen opened in the Methodist church yesterday and will remain open until the flood threat passes. Meanwhile, the latest forecast has the Mississippi topping flood stage here in Saint Louis tonight and rising to over five feet over flood stage Thursday. Good evening that could trigger the closing of the grey shut and the photo at the show to- floodgates. The Missouri is expected to crest two feet over flood stage at Washington and Saint Charles on Wednesday. Turning to politics. House speaker Nancy Pelosi's heading to Saint Louis county. She'll be appearing with congressman lacy clay here. Monday to push for passage of HR one an ethics Bill and HR four which would reinstate a section of the Voting Rights Act. The two will be at the urban league empowerment center in Ferguson. There was plenty of Irish green and downtown Saint Louis today, the annual Saint Patrick's Day parade had breezy, but sunny weather for the big balloons, floats and marching bands..
"clarksville" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"You know, you start seeing some things that you realized it, hey, maybe this is why they hadn't won a championship in the past in now, I know before I can fix a picture problem. I got to know what the problems are what the what the challenges are. And so now had a chance in the last five to six weeks to address the challenges. Find out what the challenges are now start to address them one at a time. And as I can close the gap on each while those challenges in fix some things. I think it's going to be the difference between being competitive like they've been in the last couple of years to take it to the next step where we can win the close games and finish. Games. Instead of just say we were competitive. What about recruiting, you know, recruiting is going to be critical in this area to get your your your hand hand and fingerprints on local kids because I I do think you can win the local kids. Now, you're probably going to have an extensive recruiting range. What does that range? Look like, where's Makasi? If you look at the roster of Austin P. Most of those kids are pretty close. They're within some type of driving distance to get into the school and Austin P has become I I guess years ago. It was more of a commuter school now with the facilities on campus with the dormitories with the new apartments going up the things that we've seen really really the growth stages. Wh- where do you think your recruiting cycle or area will range from where where where were you look at think, I think, you know, with the Clarksville area at the local area. Then you've got Nashville, then you've got as you move west into Memphis to me, you know, our main footprint to me is going to be that area. But we're gonna have a four hour footprints or if you're in a four hour drive of Clarksville that will be our footprint, and then we'll have secondary recruiting areas outside that footprint, but I'm gonna.
"clarksville" Discussed on AP News
"Google plans to buy power from solar farms in Tennessee and Alabama under a new deal with the Tennessee valley authority, the tax giant says it will buy four hundred thirteen megawatts of output from one point six million, solar panels. It's several new Tennessee and Alabama solar farms combined size of sixty five thousand home rooftop systems, the two largest will be able to produce about one hundred fifty megawatts each in Hollywood, Alabama and yum, yum, Tennessee, Google, building data centers in Clarksville, Tennessee and Jackson county, Alabama and plans to match seventy two percent of the facilities hourly electricity use with carbon free sources supporting its goal of sourcing carbon-free electricity around the clock. Colombian? Prosecutors say suspects been arrested for his alleged role in a car bombing. At a police academy that killed more than twenty people. Police say dozens more were hurt negotiations have stalled in Washington to end the partial government shutdown after how speaker Nancy Pelosi called on President Trump to postpone his state of the union address. Trump denied Pelosi the use of military aircraft to visit us troops. In afghanistan. Media group says Zimbabwe faced a total internet shut down Friday after a day's long violent crackdown on people protesting a dramatic fuel price hike badly injured people streamed into a hospital in the capital after alleged assaults by security forces. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the company plans to cut staff by about seven percent. He calls the road ahead. Very difficult and says the thirty percent expansion in its workforce last year was more than a consumer report. Tesla is cutting seven percent of its workforce. CEO Elon Musk said in a letter to employees Friday in order to make Tesla's cars, batteries and solar products cost competitive with fossil fuels the company needs to make cutbacks Tesla's cheapest model right now is the forty four thousand dollar model three and he says it needs to broaden its customer base to survive the company delivered more than two hundred forty five thousand electric cars SUV's last year, nearly as many as all previous years combined. But it still fell far short of a goal set nearly three years ago of manufacturing five hundred thousand vehicles for the year. It did turn a four percent profit in its most recent quarter. But musk said that was only because it was able to sell higher priced vehicles in North America. And that preliminary numbers show a smaller profit during the current quarter, Musk's set an October that tesla had forty five thousand employees the seven percent cut would mean that three thousand one hundred fifty people will lose their jobs. Special counsel. And BuzzFeed, I'm Tim Maguire AP newsmen a special counsel Robert Mueller's office disputes. Buzzfeed news reports citing a pair of federal law enforcement sources and President Trump told his then private attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress Muller's office. Doesn't cite any specific errors in the report noting that the descriptions of the story are not accurate AP's Mike Rossier with more in response to the special counsel statement, Trump retweeted a post that said, sadly, so many will never see them that it was fake. A spokesman for BuzzFeed says we stand by our reporting the president says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon on the partial government shutdown in the border with Mexico before Trump made public that plan White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow insisted to reporters Trump has been trying to end the standoff, president has tried his mightiest to.
"clarksville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The issues shaping the us and the world new york times journalists are committed to exploring stories from every angle from npr news this is all things considered i'm elsa chang and i'm ari shapiro many american companies are anxious about the trade war with china it escalated last week when the two economic superpowers imposed harris on each other's imports but trade battles have been going on since the start of the year with billions of dollars on the line npr's dustin dwyer looks at the ripple effects across the us economy the trump administration says the tariffs are about protecting american jobs and some american jobs have been saved in hillsboro oregon a solar plant got a second chance at life earlier this year after tariffs on imported solar panels went into effect in clyde ohio the whirlpool corporation says it's adding two hundred jobs because of tariffs on imported washing machines that started in january and then there's clarksville tennessee if you have ever heard of the monkey song that's us last train to clarksville that's clarksville mayor kim mcmillan clarksville was in line to get a washing machine factory from l g a korean company mcmillan says she worried the tariffs on washing machines would pummel lg and ruined plans for the factory but instead lg is speeding up construction they have been working as hard and fast as they can to get this plant online mcmillan says l g may be able to open the factory a year ahead of schedule and bring six hundred jobs with it but the tariffs haven't been good for all us communities in awasa michigan population fifteen thousand tom campbell expects to take a thirty thousand dollar hit on his family owned business because of tariffs his business the local daily newspaper the price of paper has skyrocketed since the trump administration launched a twenty two percent tariff on imported newsprint from canada along about october november december things started going crazy then they still are in florida the much larger tampa bay times announced its costs are up about three million dollars because of tariffs and layoffs have already started but the biggest impacts from tariffs so far this year come from the back and forth over aluminum and steel the trump administration imposed its tariffs in june canada mexico and the eu have all responded some american companies are getting hit twice companies like correct craft of florida bass boat maker ceo bill jurgen says one he's facing higher aluminum prices even though correct craft buys americanmade aluminum prices are up across the board because of tariffs and to the retaliatory tariffs from mexico canada in the eu target boats your says he's already lost orders from dealers in those countries before the tariffs correct craft was planning to hire fifty new workers to build more boats now that may never happen good senior that we won't and so right off the bat you know that sort of the impact our business from the growth potential and opportunities that we have your says he hopes the trump administration can settle the trade disputes quickly but past examples show that won't be easy remember clarksville destination of the famous monkey song washing machines weren't mayor kim mcmillan's i go round on tariffs back in two thousand thirteen clarksville was the site of a new one point two billion dollar factory that promised a thousand jobs making polysilicon a component in solar panels the factory was fully built and then they were unable to start production because of the global trade issues that we had with china china hit the us that year with a tariff on silicone the one point two billion dollar clarksville factory never opened the tariff devastated american companies in the polysilicon business and years later the tariff still stands though now it's just one small part of a growing global trade battle dustin dwyer npr news strong arm tactics between countries that's nothing new when it comes to diplomacy but strongarm tactics over a resolution to promote breastfeeding with the us making trade threats about it that is a little different yesterday the new york times reported on some tense moments this spring at the world health assembly in geneva andrew jacobs covers global health for the new york times joins us now to talk about how the deliberations went down welcome thanks for having me so let's start with the proposed resolution what were the words the us was fighting so hard about they were trying to remove language that asked for the w eight show to promote and protect breastfeeding around the world especially developing countries and also limit the promotion of.
"clarksville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Three at newsradio eight forty w h a s our top story louisville metro police will have all hands on deck for today's immigration demonstrations lapd chief steve conrad says there have been credible reports of protesters planning on bringing guns we have seen situations in which these demonstrations have turned deadly we don't want that to happen here but i would be remiss if i did not let the public know that there is the potential for violence to prevent the opportunity for violence police are asking protesters with occupy ice to enter from seventh and broadway counter protesters are asked to enter from seventh and chestnut haley hanson newsradio eight forty w h a s there's no body camera video of louisville metro police fatally shooting a man this week are paul miles is following up the nine one one calls reported a man holding his wife at knife point at the colonial oaks apartments on southside dried the suspect rod faulk re solomon was shot and killed by police officer brandon hogan the sergeant who fired his weapon was a member of our swat team he was not wearing a body camera chief steve conrad says the swat team has yet to be a quick with body cameras hogan shot salman with his ar fifteen rifle paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s it was a light show overnight when clarksville fire was dispatched to the a one pallet company on progress way this morning the blaze was called in at about twelve thirty and clarksville fire asked for and received help from the jeffersonville fire department it took both of those groups almost forty five minutes to get that pallet fire under control no word on what caused the blaze five people charged in a double murder in frankfurt jared more in dustin johnson were shot at a home on alexander street last week police have said arrested twenty year old juanita durham eighteenyearold bracelet leak twentythreeyearold morgan crutchfield twenty eight year old ricky theus wesleyan leroy love we're not used to this much stuff happening at once and it seemed like it's all happened within a.
"clarksville" Discussed on WLOB
"L quick candi rice story i was in the qantas club up in clarksville the late seventies early eighties and tandy was a came and spoke at our breakfast one morning about charities and this game quick story that you know they're great charities out there hundreds of them find one or two that you're passionate about put all your efforts toward them and we were helping with the cerebral palsy telethon that was one his charities and just made an impression on me and i use that that's story to this day you know you know everybody wants to donation for something but he says you know you never really know if you've ever accomplish anything you'll give it a few bucks here in a few bucks there find something you're passionate about and concentrate on it no you certainly did do that in his life and he just made a tremendous impression on me he was a great guy appreciate that story and a lot of people don't his his claim to fame you're on well who the heck is stanley rice tandy rice i i saw tandy rice you remember the old nashville network tnn i was sitting in greensboro north carolina before i came to nashville then i was watching the nashville network my uncle i was living when i first moved to greensboro live with them for a few weeks and he was a big fan of the national network so i'd sit there and watch nationally and i saw an interview with danny rice i never i didn't know danny rice was but that's why when i first got him they said you will find some interesting people i knew i'd seen him on the national network his claim to fame was he was jerry clower is manager and he managed a lot of different people ended up managing guber you know from andy griffith show i think he managed jordan johnson one when jerry clower that was jerry clower and the tandy said we had a handshake agreement we never had a written contract no nothing he said and and that's the best relationship you knew when you trust each other that much and you never have to have anything other than a handshake and this is the way it's going to be and they went through that whole career together and that's the way it fascinating do.
Officer, Syria and Trump discussed on Mike Gallagher
"Officer was killed after being pulled over by the fake cop the suspect who fled in a stolen vehicle was later shot and killed by police in clarksville tennessee the us relatively says two coalition personnel have been killed five others wounded by a roadside bomb in syria we don't know the nationalities of those killed or the wounded president trump surprised a lot of people the other day when he said that the us would be pulling out of syria very soon how is it that a california judge has ordered coffee sellers in the state you post cancer warnings on their products nonprofit health group force the issue in court suing starbucks and ninety other coffee companies for violating a state law that requires warnings for chemicals that can cause cancer one of them is a crillon lied which is present in coffee the coffee industry has long argued that it's naturally produced from the roasting process and its levels are too low to be a danger but the judge disagreed and ordered that warning labels be clearly posted the attorney who brought the lawsuit says he'd rather the coffee industry removed the chemical but at least consumers will be warned i'm jacky quin gaza health officials say five palestinians have been killed by israel soldiers during rioting along the border with israel israeli military estrogen the process of identifying attempts to carry out terror attacks under the camouflage of riots the national.
"clarksville" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"At it as a whole you're better off paying for this a little bit more expensive medications so you can keep them out of the hospital saying i live in clarksville tennessee when we got all these guys come back with ptsd and all this stuff they got no by they can see they got waiting lists that are just it's crazy well i don't know the answer to it though you know because we treated mental illnesses such a stigma instead of like it's a physical illness which is basically what we're dealing with here yeah you know then you look at look at how much is spent on cancer drugs and you could pay i mean if you could pay you know pay a patients stuff for mental mental illness for years on what it costs for one when he's castro and i'm not trying to take away from people who cancer but i mean he just there's got there's gotta be some kind of a happy medium and you know i mean i'll put myself from his doctor shoes i there's no way i go i go to go to to medical school and all that stuff and then come out and not make not have the ability to make make the money back there's no incentive in there for them i know you ever you good points on all around it's just it's tough and i don't know the answer is 'cause i'm not for i think it's it's gonna be a matter of i hate the heavy hand of the government to force insurance companies do this that or the other i think maybe what's going on is is the way it solves itself and he's right you try to find this i guess we've we've had bob a bipolar in our family and that kind of stuff so we've had to deal with this before with family members not immediate but you know extended family i don't want to get too detailed on it because it's nine year anyway but it's a matter of you know dealing with these folks is rather difficult and depending on the person depending on the personality as far as whether they want to be treated and that kind of stuff too but when you're dealing with the system out there i.
"clarksville" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"After bad but but the idea the core idea that you know it starts off and what they talk about as eliminating all these layers of bureaucracy and then they immediately say but we're going to have a new better layer of bureaucracy air but this world'll look at in the layer of bureaucracy is only going to report to the governor and that sounds to me a little it sounds like a power graham that's exactly what it is yes the plan was introduced wednesday but the twenty four hundred page bill has not yet been numbered or assigned to a committee quote it's kind of a hint to you all that this is going to be the ohio houses continued mission for the rest of the year unquote house speaker cliff rosen berger a republican from clarksville said at a state house news conference with republicans who had up education of workforce development policy in the lower chamber along with keeping focus on the opioid tree find you go any further play lower and upper chamber in a state house what is the point of having a senate and house of representives now the purpose of the senate and the house in the us congress was at one point the senate existed to represent states and their interest inside the federal government now that obviously doesn't exist any more why the senate still exists you is beyond me noone one asks me these things but it eight like what's the purpose of a bicameral set up in states what's what's the idea there's more jobs for the lawyer industrial complex i dunno eighteen it goes back to the origins of our countries though we'd have to look to history as to why comes about to me another supposed to represent kelly's 'cause they dealt gray bryde rarely do or they were were in in the state of like new hampshire they represent groups of counties um but you know is there that much is is something that's really in favor of one county getting to be that different from one five over ida i don't think it is what i do appreciate about a bicameral system is as it it adds a layer of complexity the tends to gum up the works so win the house passed it's something that's really stupid and then uh and it gets shut down by the senate that's good government natural for i think the best thing we could do is.
"clarksville" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"Kathy mcdonough of clarksville tennessee kathy congratulations thank you very much how did you come up with the answer actually i think i knew the answer before will even finish the puzzle we have my mother years ago had thing fooball ruin he looked at it goes but you are a bath backward now whenever i see a peru that's what i see have you ever see have been into the puzzle before i have not low so you got lucky like he put on the spot we call it lucky yes indeed all right are you ready to play the puzzle oh not as well all right that enthusiasm we like it take it away will right kathy i'm going to give you some words and phrases each one conceals the name of a world capital in left the right order although not in consecutive letters and i'll tell you every answer has exactly five letters for example if i said stocks symbol you would say tokyo because the letters of tokyo t o k y o r in left the right order inside sock symbol that sounds hard victory very high okay do you have pencilled vapor handy idea here number one is seriously scr i owe u s l y seriously what world capital is hidden in there and i'll give you handed starts with us oh area that that's not right uh let's see i it's in the news a lot because of its companion country that has been doing some missiletesting i'll give you a of or helpful who have gathered it's in eastern asia oh yes there you go sole seo u l good number two is cockandbull c o c k a n d b u l l kok in bowl kankkunen let's and here's my hands start with a k hobble kabul afghanistan good the next one is humanoid h u m a n o id humanoid hanoi there you go no hit needed how about mini skirt am i and i s k i rt.
"clarksville" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Thank you for joining us this is the dave ramsey show glad you are here dean is with us and clarksville by dean how are you sure how can i help well first of all thank you for a new and a lot for more not our financial oh good oh i twenty five year old one three making three thousand dollars a year and all undercurrents over four thousand dollars over felt were home i'm sorry you should three thousand dollars you're making what we're making thirty thousand dollars per year okay okay and i said were free for thirty two thousand dollars on her home okay good cool we're all going to save ten thousand dollars or a car and the main question that i have i've been working those fourteen general construction and i'd like to start flipping houses bush bush is how old started at that time um well let us back up one step if you're making thirty two thousand are probably wouldn't have 15000 tied up in a car i thought your household income because you you don't want more than half your annual income todd up and things that are going down in value which has cars so i probably back the budget down on the car a little bit but then back to your flipping houses question um as you know you said you've been following some of our stuff i don't borrow money and teach people not to borrow money so that means flipping houses as a little difficult uh from your situation because you're gonna be going into debt to do it obviously and i'm not going to sit set you up for that um it's actually how i went broke when i was your age was flipping houses now had three million dollars in debt on house flips and the bank got sultan of the bank called or no chinh it took two and a half years may lose everything owned out on what put you on that gravy train it ain't the grave each not good so you know i just don't want that plan for you so instead what i would tell you to do is this one is um if you have.
"clarksville" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Johnson county seat of clarksville to the growing list of cities and companies in arkansas that are investing in solar power tell us a little bit if you can remember about this solar power that is coming to cartfuls monitor standing laurent based scenic hill solar will be building of facility that's actually going to be bigger than the largescale solar powered area that they built recently you see from highway it's going to be pretty big for clark's yes unfortunately i don't remember the specific details but i have for those out there and clarksville that maybe listening don't worry your rates aren't going to go up that is the one thing that they made sure that i knew was that the rates are not going to go up and um it's my understanding the going to save their customers approximately five hundred thousand dollars annually by going solar and this thing is going to cost around ten million dollars the investment is coming from scenic hill solar which is owned by the former lieutenant governor bill halter and they will build own and operate the plan on land that they are leasing from clarksville light and water and the city has purchased a 30year contract with a scenic hill solar so contract terms were not immediately available to us we don't know how much money that scenic hills gonna make but they're gonna make money building it and then they're gonna continued operated and be the utility to augment the electricity in that area and it's going to save the city of clarksville a lot of money and doing so yes and both gentlemen matrix let me know that what made it possible was that solar energy has actually become cheaper to implement in about ten years so that's kind of an interesting thing because i remember several years ago i was expensive right i was looking at the math and i was at this restaurant in low gap with a couple of people from the coop are arkansas electric cooperatives and you know one of one of the people there said the problem with solar energy right now is by the time you even invest in solar panels especially as an individual when you start seeing a return it's going to be a decade later and it's going to be base sickly pennies on the dollar so that's kind of an interesting thing that it's becoming cheaper and they also let me know that in addition to the.
"clarksville" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"No one had heard of the term vegan back in 1980 uh are ninety seventy eight seventy nine it was we didn't have sugar we we didn't sell alcohol we didn't so obviously meat fish and we'd into much business and so when we open whole foods market we merged with another small natural with competitors that we were short a front on friendly terms with and they said if we're in emerging as we've got it we want to sell alcohol or coffee while votes or no no no no no no no this is called clarksville natural grocery both wave follows way assault while us did not exist background riotous tom and i was you know rene and i want to sure about that but we thought that these guys were very successful and we wanted to partner with whom we thought they probably were on the right track and they were so once we did that we had a real onestop natural food supermarket sales just took off so i was vegetarian and i was deterring for the first several years of the downing of whole foods rene broke up with me i got involved with another woman who wasn't a vegetarian and i guess slowly she got me off my straight narrow path with not very much but a little bit and could barbecue at awesome also argue wasn't the uh the uh the one that probably did me and it it was uh uh think fish was the for a really you know any a lot of people are confused about how healthy fish is sure and i certainly have been confused about it in the past so anyhow i i.