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"community park" Discussed on WTOP
"Harvick wins the NASCAR race at the Richmond Raceway. Dave Johnson, W I thought I was on that on 95 over the weekend. Dave Johnson, WTF sports. The top stories we're following for you on WTO P, a Delaware man crashed his car into a barricade and allegedly set it on fire before firing several gunshots into the air and then shooting and killing himself near the U.S. capitol early yesterday morning. It's still unclear why the man chose to drive to the capitol complex. Federal authorities are warning of an increase in threats to law enforcement following the FBI search of former president Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago. Taiwan's president met today with a delegation of U.S. Congress members in a further sign of support among American lawmakers for the self governing island, China claims as its own territory that U.S. delegation included Virginia democratic congressman Don by, or stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Two men are dead following separate shootings in prince George's county last night. The first shooting happened about 8 p.m. and upper Marlboro at twi blade court near the melwood hills community park. Prince George's county police say they found a man outside suffering from gunshot wounds and he died at the scene. The second shooting happened just after 9 30 p.m. on saint Barnabas road in temple hills. Police found a man on the roadway suffering from gunshot wounds, he was taken to a hospital where he died. It's 5 18. And we have traffic and weather on the 8s with Jack Taylor and the traffic center. All right, the downtown stretch of the freeway. This is going to be as you leave the 11th street bridge headed toward the third street tunnel as you approach the tunnel, you're on the brakes. There's a crash after the tunnel before main avenues along the left side of the roadway staying far right to get by. It's also causing a little heavy traffic in the southbound tunnel to head onto south three 95 headed toward main avenue D.C. two 95 and I two 95 off to a good start. We're a little heavier going in on New York avenue as you head toward the light of bladensburg road, but again, traffic continues to move well. So far, so good on the beltway, inner and outer loop through Maryland and Virginia, no real worries in Virginia 66 at a Gainesville east, 95 north coming up at a falmouth you're fine in Alexandria the northbound George Washington Parkway beyond Mount Vernon. We had an earlier issue with a tree down across the northbound lanes, unclear if police of their directing traffic was getting by using the south battling to get past. All right, in Maryland, you're looking good on four 95 between Bethesda and oxen hill, two 70s off to a good start south out of Frederick, no troubles between the beltways for now 95 where the BW Parkway up in urbana three 55 near tabler road, the earlier had what was described as some fire department activity unclear if we've got any lanes blocked north or south. Nova's public transportation providers are working hard to make your ride safe. They're taking care of the big things so you can relax and enjoy your ride. Rediscover your ride at nova rides dot org. Jack Taylor TOP traffic. My extent of friends got the forecast for us. Mike, what's on tap today? It looks like some rains on tap for today and kind of a cool day for August too. Right now, storm team fall radar showing the bulk of The Rain, north of interstate
"community park" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
"Scotty was a tremendous player and he's a tremendous coach. And so he was supposed to take over his assistant in American, but because he was changing jobs. This off season, I end up getting the call. A guy, look, I'm nothing but honest with you guys. And it's fun. It's a thrill. It was a little challenging because it was not a team that I had selected. So as much as the practices were about getting better, a good portion of the practices were about me trying to figure out who to use them, how to use them, who to play how to play. And that's kind of what we did. Skyler and Skye and was my assistant. And he was the defensive coordinator. And he took what they do and how they do at Princeton and he's a full-time assistant and put in a play. And I found him to be an outstanding coach. Players like him. He teaches in a way in which is easily consumable. He's demanding, but not in an overbearing way. For me to work with him, I thought we had a great symbiotic working relationship. I did the offense. He did the defense. And then I did the get on their ass about playing hard sort of thing. He did the scouts and the minutia, if you will. It was really good. And part of the trip is that the head coach, we actually roomed together for three and a half weeks. So we did training camp in New Jersey for three days. We did a training camp in Israel for four more days. Then we do touring where we train in the morning and tour in the afternoon. We played friendlies against the 1800 team and the Israel 20 U team. And then we played 6 games. We won all 8 games, two friendlies, and 6. And we were always better in the second half than we were first half. And I think a good portion of it was his help with adjustments. My demand for the type of energy every day at practice, not just enthusiasm energy, so that we were in great shape. But I got to know Skylar on a sky on a level that's above that of just being a coaching colleague. On that of being a really good friend. And when I heard his story, I thought, you know, I really wanted to tell his story on this pod. So sky Edinson assistant coach at Princeton, this interview is a snapshot of what it's like to recruit to the Ivy League. How to get to where he's gotten at just 30 years old. And what he wants for his own future. I thought you'd enjoy it. Here's my pod with Princeton assistant. All right, so obviously we have now like this crazy month and a half of like friendship go from like, don't know each other to living together for a month. That I want to get to, which is fun. But I purposely didn't ask you a bunch of this stuff because sometimes it's better like learn about a person as you go and then dial back because you bring in the baggage of then whenever there's like a low in conversation, like I don't know, the interviewer brain and me goes like, oh hey, tell me more about this. So let's start at the beginning. You were born grew up where? Princeton New Jersey. So born and Brett. Yeah, man. Crazy. Parents educators, like why were you in Princeton? Both my parents, psychologists. How did you feel about that? Exactly. That was growing up for sure. They both had private practices, little outside of Princeton, about 20 minutes away. So they settled in Princeton, and been here ever since. What kind of psychologists were they? Both clinical psychologists, my mom deals with trauma, my dad used to do group therapy. So yeah, all the conversations you can imagine, we had. That was a life. Why'd you love basketball? What was it? What was it, when was it? Tell me how that relationship. Really, for my dad, you know, he was a huge fan. He played in high school. He actually played at cranford high school, and at the time the head coach was hubie Brown. So we played for hubie, which was cool. He has a bunch of a bunch of really cool stories. Some nice, I'm not so nice as you can imagine. I believe it's funny, you know, we went to that movie in cranford. Minions movie in cranford. But my dad replaced hubie at farallon high school. We started thinking he was a fair long before cranford. Wow. Right? So that's how small the world is. That's amazing. That's amazing. So yeah, it really came from him. You know, I started playing at a really young age. You know, four or 5. And just the love developed from there. You know, just by going outside and playing at the park with him and you just kind of you fall in love with this thing and you keep doing it and you want to chase some things in the game. So when you grew up in Princeton, New Jersey in the 90s. Yes. Everything the prince and offense, like from the very youngest age, you do the you know the 45%. And yeah, you know, I grew up going to the camps, right? You had first John Thompson. When I really started to go, which was early 2000s, and then Joe Scott and so you kind of grow up with learning, thinking, you know how to play a little bit and I grew up going to games and so definitely the prints and offense was always at the forefront of things. For sure. What was the park or the rec center where you kind of like were first hooping it? Yeah, so there's this park community park, which is a local elementary school. I didn't go to community park. There's four elementary schools and Princeton, but community park had this league and it still does. And it goes from younger kids to middle age kids to adult league at night. So I used to go playing the kids league, and then I would stay and watch the adult league and at that time, it was division one sanction. So a lot of the Princeton players who were around in the summer would play, and it was really good competition, some really good players passed through there. So that's really where I truly developed my love for basketball, just watching the men's league games. It was a really cool atmosphere. People will come. It's outside, under the lights. Really cool experience, the leak's been gone for almost 30 years. It's pretty cool. What high school Jada? I went to Princeton high school, the public high school in Princeton. So are they the tigers as well as everything? The little tigers dug the little tigers, you know, couldn't be the normal tigers, they had to be able to. The prince in little tigers? Yes, sir. Did you guys run elbow and chin as well? No, no. We didn't run as much of that. But yeah, there's obviously a big pull from the university in a lot of ways. Who's your high school coach? This guy, Jason Carter. He went to Princeton high school, was a really good soccer player, actually played in college and he coached me as a freshman on the freshman team, and then my sophomore year, I got moved to varsity and he became the varsity coach. So I had them all four years, and he actually was one of my college assistants at one point. So I spent a lot of time with coach Carter. Good guy. What were you like as a player? I was an undersized forward. I was 6 four, forward wing, I didn't shoot. I actually kind of turned myself into a shooter in college. But in high school, I didn't shoot many threes and kind of just finished around the rim and was crafty and but undersized
"community park" Discussed on KOMO
"And arrest has been made in a homicide in Lacey over the weekend, the shooting was called in late Saturday night, south of vernier vista community park and other call came in soon after saying there was a man shot along 50th avenue southeast, the victim was found in a field south of the park investigators say there was an argument in the neighborhood before the shooting. Congresswoman Kim schreier wants to do more to help farmers Jeff poggio reports. Meeting with cherry growers this week, the east side Democrats as more needs to be done, even though Congress has already passed a number of reforms. Putting in excessive east last year and putting in excessive cold this year as categories that would get special insurance. She says farmers have asked for more research funding so they can learn how to be more efficient with their crops and deal with future weather events. Shrier serves on the agricultural committee in the House. Her likely opponent this fall, Republican Reagan Dunn, does not address farming on his campaign website. Jeff pozole and northwest news radio. Dunn is not responded to our request for comment. Disposable wipes sold in our state that are not flushable will have a label now, a new law kicked in July 1st that requires a do not flush symbol on packaging, carling Johnson reports. Washington and California both adopted the new law kicking in last week, requiring products we use to wipe our countertops, cleaner babies, to have a label. Any baby wipe cleaning wipe and other wipe that is not supposed to be flushed. Laura Weiss with the responsible flush alliance. Yes, that's a real group, says the cost to repair sewer systems and damage to utilities is far beyond what any of us might realize and estimated $440 million in a year nationwide removing clogs caused by improperly flushed, single use wipes. Just to repair infrastructure related to wipes that aren't supposed to be flushed. Wipes that say flushable are still fine. Carlin Johnson, northwest news radio. Nearly 400 courses of the monkeypox vaccine will be sent to Washington state, the state has had 15 confirmed cases so far in King County recently said that it has identified local transmission of the virus, the rest of the country is reported 560 as of earlier cases as of earlier this week. A local health software firm is being sued over a data breach that might have affected more than a million people. Brian Harris says more. MCG health, which makes software doctors and their patients can use to guide their care, sent out an alert in June about the march breach, but so far has only pointed people to how to monitor their credit themselves. Consumer man herb Weiss bomb says stolen medical IDs are valuable to criminals, so he says you should look closely at those health insurance statements that say this is not a bill. If you find out there are drugs on there, you are prescribed the procedure you didn't have something that doesn't make sense. That is the red flag that you may be the victim of medical identity theft and that's where you need to do something. Herb says it's important since mixing that information into your medical file could put your life at risk in an emergency. He also says odd you've avoided a data breach or slim, so the best way to protect yourself is to freeze your credit with the three reporting bureaus so no one can open accounts in your name. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. We have asked MCG health for comment, but so far we've had no response. The effort to replace aged expansion joints continues this week on an interstate 5, but that's not the only closure you should be aware of. Brian Calvert has more from near I 5 and
"community park" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio 7 O 6 now your time at northwest news radio good evening I'm Ryan Harrison Here's what's happening Of course what's happening is what's going on in Ukraine and we're basically the eyes of the entire world on that situation Now there's also been a lot of speculation this week about Russia's endgame when it comes to the invasion of Ukraine Stacy tenin chev is an associate professor and chair of political science at Gonzaga university She tells KXL Lions book and she's convinced the invasion is Putin's way of regaining control and influence over Ukrainians who have increasingly embraced western ideals and freedoms Actually installing another leader who is very favorable to Russia and can basically be controlled by Russia The professor says when it comes to sanctions it's the Russian people who will be hurt the most and she fears it might not stop Russian forces Remember stick with northwest news radio we will be your source along with ABC News our partner for complete coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine Tuck will a police are searching for a shooter that happened this morning happened just after 2 a.m. near cascade view community park were told one woman was taken to a hospital she is expected to recover The bodies of two brothers who disappeared on Lake Howard back in January have been found snobbish county sheriff's offices the 19 and 21 year olds went out on a canoe early on January 29th They hadn't been seen until they were recovered Thursday The medical examiner will determine how they died A cross border dust up has led a Washington lawmaker to apologize on the floor of the state Senate We get the details from Jeff Poe Julie This all started in an interview with John Carlson on our sister station Senate transportation chairman Marco leos was defending a plan to tax fuel produced in Washington that has shipped out of state a plan that Oregon governor Kate Brown strongly opposes This governor down in Oregon is living in fantasy land She's in the last few months of her term She is losing relevance to the lame duck Now the pushback to those comments was quick and senator Leah apologized the next day I participated in a radio interview where I made unkind and disrespectful and inappropriate comments about the governor of Oregon and I deeply regret those comments Lee asked says he should have known better Jeff pojo and northwest news radio Blood works northwest is out with a new tool designed to make sure our area's blood supply remains strong Bill O'Neill explains The online feature includes an inventory on where we are in terms of the blood supply showing what might be needed at any given time The organization's senior government affairs officer Juan coto says it will also allow you to set a donation of your own This will show our donors exactly where the spots are where we have openings And we'll give them the opportunity to go ahead and fill in So it's so important that they set an appointment and most importantly that they keep it Koto says donations are always needed And by keeping those appointments you play an important part in both keeping the system strong and serving the community Building O'Neal northwest news radio And you can see that online tool at blood works.
"community park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To be done at six a.m.. In the meantime, you're going to be sitting in that traffic from the 71 k f I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbin Banks 507 on your wake up, Call K f. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. So Karen Travers, there's a deal. But could you say it's not a done deal when it comes to infrastructure? Yeah, I mean nothing's ever a done deal until the votes are cast, and the bill is signed into law. But yesterday the president was praising the fact that they were actually able to get something done with Republicans and Democrats working together. And he says, This proves that there can be bipartisanship in Washington. You know, it was quite a scramble. Yesterday We were expecting senators to come out and talk to the cameras at the White House and the president walked out with them. That doesn't happen. We knew the president was going to speak later in the day. But he wanted to be there to make that point that he was standing with Republican senators announcing this agreement now, he said, that nobody got everything they wanted made it very clear There was a lot left on the table that he would like to see included in this first part of infrastructure. But he said, that's how it works. That's compromise. So right now it's $1.2 trillion proposal. That includes about $580 billion in new spending that will go to fixing roads and bridges, installing broadband in rural communities and a massive investment in the country's rail system. Here's where it gets a little complicated now. Sorry. This is gonna be a little wonky Washington stuff, try and do it. Clearly, This is part one. And remember, the president announced this as part one but part two of infrastructure. What he really wants is human. Community colleges childcare for parents that is likely to only go through with democratic support. So what they're doing now is part one roads, bridges that has that bipartisan agreement instead of just saying, Let's plow through and past that, so I can sign that into law, and then we'll turn our attention to the next part. The president is hearing a lot from Progressive Democratic Party like they're really grumblings. They want that second part and they want a big investment in climate change. Measures and things like that, the president said yesterday. He's only going to sign part one when part two comes along with it. He's tied them together. So good news for progressives who are concerned about part two getting left in the cutting room floor. But this might mean you lose some of the Republicans who don't like the massive price tag for part two. So we'll see the president yesterday. Kind of, you know a little bit bravado. They're told reporters that he knows Congress better than all of us. Which is true. I'm sure you've been in the Senate at that point. 36 years, But this is going to be quite a difficult challenge to get all of this done at the same time. All right, Karen. Thank you for explaining that you made it on wonky. I appreciate it. One will have a great weekend. Have a great day. Thanks. See you later. ABC is Karen Travers. So that's that in tandem part that I was talking about, and why I'm saying that this is a deal, But it's not a done deal and you're going to have some people who criticize and say, Oh, my God, but wait, you've got a bipartisan deal. Why wouldn't you at least sign off on the thing that you could get both sides to agree on? But within his own party, I think that at least for the Democratic Party, this is going to be kind of a challenge that it has going forward because you have these progressives you have Quite, um, quite a different plan for what the future of our country should look like, as opposed to some of your more mainstream Democrats would have More middle of the road Democrats and in the progressive portion of the Democrats are very vocal and they are very you know, they're digging their heels in And so, um, And I mean, like the the AOC s of the Democratic Party. So he's he, though also, while he's trying to get bipartisan support, in a way, I almost think that you could look at the Democratic Party in the division within it as needing bipartisan support as well. So it's not just bipartisan support between the Republicans and the Democrats, but you've got to get both sides of the Democratic Party on the same page, and I know that that sounds so counterintuitive because they're all Democrats, right. But they all have their on such opposite in many ways opposite sides of the Democratic spectrum. To get them to come together. Is what I think is going to be a really, really fine line that the president is going to have to walk within his own party. All right, let's get back to some of these stories coming out of the K F i 24 hour newsroom. The California Transportation Commission is set aside $1.2 billion for transportation projects across the state. The money will be used to fix and improve roads and bridges and to provide more options for transit, rail walking and biking. The commission says it will also support thousands of jobs. L A county public health director, Barbara Ferrer says she's not overly concerned at the moment about a surge in Covid 19 cases in the county. She says, case rates and test positivity rates are low, but for their says she wants to make sure any pockets of the increases are dealt with early on. To stop the spread of the virus. Just shacking. I'm glancing over. It Looks like that news conference coming out of Surfside. Florida should be happening very shortly. President Biden is pushing for more people to get vaccinated against Covid 19. He visited North Carolina yesterday as part of a nationwide tour to encourage people to get the shots. If you're not vaccinated, don't put it off any longer. Just do it. Just do it. The Biden administration has acknowledged that it will fall short of its goal of partially vaccinating 70% of American adults by Independence Day. Vice president Harris says she's working on lowering the number of undocumented immigrants who cross the southern border. A B C's Andy Field says she's due to go to the border today. In Texas Vice President Harris will tour the El Paso Customs and Border Patrol Processing center meet with immigration advocates and survey how they're dealing with the migrant surge of the border. Harris says she has been working with Central American countries to try and stop undocumented immigrants from even making the trip. The LAPD's investigating the death of a homeless guy who climbed up a radio tower at Hollenbeck Community Park let me take you live now to Surfside, Florida Here's the mayor in a tragic night. We do.
"community park" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Young of all people. The agent classic rocker Neil Young, almost gets it half right out there about what happened last week. Almost. I know that's an odd place to Site as someone who might actually understand a little bit of what happened Almost now. He hates Trump. Don't misunderstand you young. I'm not suggesting he's embracing Trump for conservatism or anything. Don't don't No, I haven't lost my mind. And he hasn't totally lost his either. But he there's a shred a scintilla of common sense that actually comes from Neil Young in all this, believe it or not. Reading this yesterday. I just It crossed one of my news sites, and I thought, Well, this is interesting. I just bookmarked because I wanted to share it with you because he just for half a second swerves into something that is kind of dramatic of what I was just talking to you about yesterday and kind of lead with again this morning. Here's how it's written from news or Neil Young made no secret of his Democrat leanings in the lead up to the 2020 election, But that doesn't mean he doesn't empathize with the capital rioters. I wish it. Incidentally, this is news is framing the capital Rioters. I mean, all those people that showed up in the capital were not rioters. There were tens of thousands of people at that day. I don't know the proportion of them that were rioters. I don't know if there were 1000. I'm not even sure if you could say hundreds. Hundreds on a 500. I don't I don't know, but as a percentage of the tens of thousands of people The vast majority of them were not rioters. Don't even know if you could say 5% of them were rioters. Right. I would be willing to bet that the people we spoke to that were there. None of them stormed the capital zero or even walked through it. Never mind stormed. It s O, You know, already with the sentence, empathize with the capital writers, But anyway, that misses the point Here is this quote I was shocked to see the Confederate flag being waved inside the chamber. Well, now, here again, this, you know, I had a great conversation on my podcast this week with Cheryl Atkinson. And I hope you'll listen to it. Cheryl is one of these rare people left on planet Earth. We had Julio Roses on the show this week. Right? And Julio is a great journalist. Julio. Is that a jump to conclusions Guy? He goes to these sites. He's there in person, and I said, Julio, I'm being told these world trump people, There's no anti far It's just all trump people. I said, you know, I know it's hard to hear and it's unfortunate, but that's what I saw. So I tell Cheryl this and you know what Cheryl says she goes well, all due respect, Julio, But how does he know? I went Touche. Because you back to my point. Why do we just have to assume what like did he ask for I d I don't wanna be a jerk to Julio. I don't think he's trying to get it wrong. He's certainly not an anti. He's a Marine. Is any works for town Hall. You know my parent company, Salem. He's these definitely no. Subversive lefty. I know Julio. Well. He saw what he saw, and he's trying to get it right. But the point is like when you see somebody waving a Confederate flag or whatever. How do we know who they? Who the hell are these people? In some cases where some of them trump voters legitimately? Yes, we found that out. It's true. We know the woman that died is an Air Force veteran, for instance. Who voted for Trump probably show social media accounts. Verify it. She was on her way to be a part of the rally. She social media traffic shows her background, So I'm not denying that that's true in some instances, but another instances You think you could buy a mag a hat and pick up a Confederate flag and for great show and effect, Make certain if you're trying to drive a message home Hey, look at me. I'm a Confederate flag waving racist and I love Trump. If if you know that that's the message that you want to send television cameras to try to damage And make a group of people look a certain way like that's not hard. Look, if I am E. Don't know if I know that there's a family that's gonna have a big reunion down the street at the community Park. And I know for some reason there's going to be the local community paper is going to be there taking pictures, and I really, really, really just like this family, and there's gonna be a huge extended family there. There's gonna be I don't know if some reason they're big, prominent family huge, huge gathering. Of people, maybe a few 100 people at the park. That was gonna be media coverage and all of that stuff. I don't know, like what's so hard for me to slip in there and say, you know that calling the Wilson family Maybe I put on a shirt that says that the Wilson family and then the Wilson family hopes the South rises again. It's like What the media you know, then finds Vince's What's this? Yes, that's right. My name's Chris Wilson and on behalf of all the Wilson family, we hoped the South rises again and the media writes. Wow. Look at this. The Wilsons, their southern separatists. The whole premise of Wedding Crashers. Exactly Right. Like you could frame an entire group of people if media's around just S O like there's an art to this. It's it's a time honored tradition of subversive groups taking down political enemies by framing them infiltrating their group making them look A certain way again. That is not to dismiss that there were legitimate bad actors and people doing bad things. I'm not Every time you talk about this, it makes it sound like you're not willing to acknowledge that there were some people that lost their minds that they true. All right? I don't know. Anyway, I did mean to stray back to Neil Young. Quote. I was shocked to see the Confederate fight being waged inside the chamber bubble. The destruction the disrespect. Here's the money Quote. Mostly I felt bad for the people, thousands who have been carrying the feeling of being persecuted for their beliefs. The feeling that American power just didn't care. Now. He then went on to say, I feel empathy for people who've been so manipulated. Had their belief used his political weapons, of course. You know, he talked about Trump tricking them and all this and such, but The central point. There's a little nugget in there just you know if you can cut through the noise of his left wing activism. Talked in there is a little kernel of wisdom. And he's right about this. I feel bad for people, thousands of people who feel like they're being persecuted for their beliefs. The feeling that American power just doesn't Care about them. And folks, if you miss understand that that is what last Wednesday was about more than anything else, Then you don't understand what last Wednesday was about. You don't understand what's going on in this country. You don't understand what the trump movement was about. You don't understand what those rallies were about. You don't understand what 75 million voters were about for Donald Trump. You don't get it. If you don't understand that, then we would like your idiot. I'm sorry. You're an absolute moron. If you don't understand what Trump voters were about No, that's nothing. Well, I shouldn't say all 75 million. Trump did something real. I was talking to a friend of mine yesterday about this. Trump did something quite unique. It's we've not seen it. Maybe I never got a good long time. Trump managed to make people who didn't give a damn about politics and thought they were absolutely utterly irrelevant. Two people in a power structure. He made them feel like they had a voice and he was going to listen to them. So he brought them in. I am..
"community park" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On Good morning. Joining us now is Bob Good. Bob is the Republican congressional candidate for Virginia's fifth District. That is a big district, Bob. Good morning. Welcome. Good morning. Great to be with you Marry, Invent. Thanks for having me. Good morning. Sure, Nellie just very quickly. Virginia, Virginia's process seems to be very complicated. How did you get to this spot? To this point, you know, I won the nomination be a convention back on June 13. Who are you running against? I am running against a gentleman named Cameron Webb. Who is a doctor out of Charlottesville. Okay, you're running against Cameron whipped. Now, Let me ask you. What do you think is the biggest thing that distinguishes the two of you for a very, very large district. So you you have to kind of, you know, walk the line because you've got you've got people on both sides of the aisle in in that district. How do you do that? How do you know? Walk that line and trying not to alienate. You know, the people on the edge is on the fringes, the two different bases. Well, That's district, as you know, is the largest district in Virginia. Geographically, it runs from Paul Kerr County or Warrenton, marshal of the top knot is an hour southwest of D. C. And then all the way down the Carolina line Dan Gilbert Jr wide at the base 10,000 Square miles bigger in the state new jury, So it is a diverse district there. You got sort of D C. Suburbs up top. Got a couple of large college areas where university Junior is in the university, and there's a lot of rural district as well. But I think that across the district people want a lot of the same things. People want good jobs. They want a strong economy. They like what the president has done on the economy. They want to continue to see a safely reopened from the from the Kobe pandemic and reopen the economy. They wanted. You know, they're concerned about the violence, the unrest that they see in cities across the country and supporting lawn or supporting our police. They they want good schools for their kids. And, you know, good health care and concern about. There's a lot of things that are the same across the district. Even though there's you know there's different communities and different persuasions. Like you said, you know, conservatives and And more moderate and more progressive lab Now, Sir Bob Good. You've got your running as you mentioned against Cameron Web. You know, this week where everyone's kind of talking about the national debate process. There's already been one debate. One presidential debate. Will there be other debates, but it turns out in the fifth Congressional District. You're having the same exact conversation. You've had one debate against your opponent Cameron Web, but it seems that your campaign's can't agree on the venue or the timing for a subsequent debate. What's going on there? Well, yeah, we would. We would like to have another debate or two. We have proposed other options for debate. And so the campaigns are working on that with different venues, different host if you well, so hopefully we can reconcile that and come to agreement and have a debate or because he's the best interest of the citizens to see us again. Sort of side by side like to do one live and in person Last week, it was assumed that I think we could do that safely with social distancing as you can practice no more limited number of folks in a venue, so I'm hoping that we'll be to get that done. Democrats are now seeing your district as a takeover. They're seeing an opportunity here to flip this blue. The last time that the district was was held by Democrat was 08, and we all know Virginia is is kind of purple. Now you are fighting a rising tide, especially in the northern part off that district. D do you see? This is an uphill battle. Or do you think this is something that can maintain Republican control way do expect to win. We believe that we're the favorite to win with the district Does lean conservative does lean Republican. As you mentioned. It's been held by Republicans for most of last 25 years, having lost again for two years back in a way President won the district by 11 points back a year ago, when ST went blue, the General Assembly. Both houses went to Democrats this district when 18 19 points Red in the state races, state delegate House delegates and Senate races. In the Democrats just because it's an open seat. If you will the Democrats airport in millions of dollars into it, and I think because of the dollars that are flowing into which is typical across the country, a lot of races that makes it we'll make it a competitive right and those who are evaluating takeover that open seat a competitive race, so we're running like we're behind in the sense of working and not taking anything for granted, But we expect to win the race because the president will win and we think the president's policies will win. And we support those. My opponent is against the things the president doing, Bob. Good. You're running as a fiscally disciplined conservative. Among the things you're concerned about is the national debt. What did you think this year of the corona virus relief packages. Were you supportive of them? And how would you handle decisions like that when you get to Congress? The unfortunate reality is you kind of sort of set that table there is, you cannot separate sort of your policy or you're what you'd like to do from your literal fiscal situation. And as we move forward, 27 $28 trillion of the debt, So you have to factor that in decisions that you make. What I would have liked to have seen is the package. You've been a little more targeted more specifically to those impacted by the virus versus sort of scattered on approach where you know everybody got checks based on last year's income, so folks who lost their income totally from last year wouldn't got relief checks. But then folks who were not impacted, they kept their jobs and they work and maybe in the healthcare industry or producing pp. And they would get the relief. Jack so really wasn't targeted based on who was impacted. In addition, I think we overreached and made a mistake in three amount of unemployment that was added on the foot of the federal on top of the state. Because what you end up doing there's incentivizing folks to not go back to work, and I had so many business owners tell me they were competing with the government to get workers back. So I think things would be more targeted, specifically impacted businesses personally impacted by no fault of their own by the government shutdown from the front from the virus, But there's no substitute the American economy. Getting folks back to work that is the key safely re opening. Our schools get kids back to school so folks can get back to work and kids and catch up and learn and also getting economy open. Getting folks back to work business is open. There's been a lot of harm, you know, unintended harm, but from from the shutdown that we've got to continue to rectify by getting folks back to work. There has been a lot of unintended harm, fromthe shutdown and not just in that area, but in a whole bunch of areas that I think are going to have to be dealt with a lot of it on a state level, But before you run out of time you have a rally this Saturday morning. Tell us about it. He has excited about that. We're going to be not far away from you guys there were going to be Doing a women's rally. I get out the vote rally. Martha Benet is going to be our host for that. It's going to be 10 o'clock tomorrow at the Northern Fall Care community Park, the water's edge pavilion that actually in Marshall, so 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in folk here with Martha Veneta Women's rally, Get out the vote in Marshall at the water's edge..
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"Public, the National Guard is providing freak over 19 testing at a pop of sight around Walker Community Park in GALT. Testing is free and begins on the 23rd and 24th Captain Serenity. Holt provided some additional information. Time is a drive through on ly site, so you have to drive through there. We won't be accepting walk up a TTE this fight specifically on it. It is free of charge. Captain Holden advised to come while their availability lasts Well, it's first come first serve, and we only are able to do around 100 texts a day. So it's kind of just depending on how many people show up results will be provided to resident who take the test of the puppet facility within 5 to 7 business days after testing. Marshall Benson News, 93.1 KFBK the House of Representatives set to vote on the Great American Outdoors Act, which, if passed, will direct $12 billion to the preservation of the state's national parks. Kate the case, Johnny de Agostini has more martial artist is the project director for the Restore America's Parks program, She says the Great American outdoors Act does a little bit for everyone and it will invest in the restoration of our aging national parks and public land. It will also protect access. To public lands for restoration and hunting. If passed. This will be the biggest investment in parks and public land since World War two. But Argus says the benefits still far outweigh the costs bill is enacted, it will generate 100,000 new jobs. The bill will also serve to protect millions of existing jobs surrounding California's parks. Johnny D. Augustine E News, 93.1 KFBK football fans listen up. The NFL will not have a pre season this year. Kate the case, Sports contributor and producer, Alex task. ER has more For those looking forward to some NFL football in August, you'll have to wait a little longer. NFL Players Association accepted a deal from the league today that will cancel all preseason games this coming year. This comes following pressure from many of the sport's top stars on social media this past Monday. The NFL seems set on having at least two preseason games for each team. But the players stressed the importance of health and safety measures during the global pandemic. The season is scheduled to kick off September 10th in Kansas City, where the Chiefs would take on.
"community park" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast
"Taking a well deserved break from my studies. We decide to go out and enjoy our the unusual warm weather that has been that. We've been having and go for A. A Walk as he walked towards the Community Park near the campus. We were talking about our classes. What we had in common amongst a group of people caught her attention as we look towards the group of people about four or five people. Something caught my eye. I. Looked up to see this thing flying overhead. It was a man. It looked like a man with wings. It's like he flew about ten to twelve feet above us and was perfectly silhouetted against evening sky in all honesty. It looked like something emerging. Something like something immensely over sized like a sugar glider. The, we would see back home. Glider. And it had a rough shape of a sugar glider, but his eyes were nothing like that soft is of the glider. They glowed. We saw for about four seconds before it disappeared from view at first. I thought a man wasn't a hand gladder, but those bloody is they made. They made me think otherwise he she rhymed weird or whoever? This is at first I thought. I I thought of ringing someone but I didn't know what the tell them. Had I gone crazy? Let's. Call. It was actually a verse to a rap song. Sugar Glider because. Guy I sure. Has A fucking sugar glider. What did he say? The soft complexion of a sugar glass is? Yeah Yeah with the folks, a sugar glider. It's like a little squirrel and they like when the they open up like flaps of skin. Called Oh weird, so they're saying it's looking massive one. That's fucking weird me a mutated in the Uis of the. Chemicals that leaked out of that because they say that that's his home, right? Yeah old broken. Broken down. It was like it was bonkers and shit. You know what I mean. So fucking knows man. I see like there's there. are going to say he's real I'll say that, so maybe he's real. Who knows maybe mantra from dimension? I got yeah. I got to give credit. Maybe at this point in time. Dude how I'll open. I'm open to. To anything and our, you really believe I'm more of a guy that needs evidence like seeing something and. A lot of these people that hunt for cryptos and stuff like that. Who will who go sasquatch ing and all this stuff? They usually talk about how when they'd and this is why I think it's paranormal that when they go out and look for these things. It's better when you have no equipment so. Again. It's weird because usually. Well. That's the point and usually it's weird. How and Ghost sightings a lot of times and shit like technology will drain like their video camera, or whatever will drain so? If. It's worth it to do it, but. Some of those cryptic guys ago. Hunting seem fucking bat. Shit crazy is saying that anything is possible and I can't say if people saw what they saw or not I've said this. We've talked about aliens and stuff that like I've seen my own weird shit. Weird UFO'S I've looked like I believe the hundred percent believe that I had contact with shadow, people or some tired of dark being. So. I want people to believe my story, and like I haven't lost my details. I've told us. I was nineteen of everything that happened to me. That's why I say like look at that shadow. People up, so it's pretty fucked up. But the fact that like I. IF I want to be believed in I, see these other people that like maybe they abducted by aliens, especially, if people that tell the exact same story over and over again, no discrepancies. That's where it gets can more convincing. Like Bob Lazar. Do you believe him? Yeah, well I think that he might be on the right page. They gave him his one with Joe Rogan like. Seems like he doesn't seem like he's lying like, but who knows, he fucking definitely could be, but it's just like I always try wash people's behavior like that but. He seems pretty legit. That's why like Alex Schneider. He's dead now because they killed him because he was talking too much, but he's the guy that went down. Supposedly like they were drilling to in the Duchy base, and they're starting to build it, and he got shot by an alien and all this bullshit like that. She had to shoot three. Yeah, well, no, his friend essentially got shot. A beam came out of want the assessor drilling down these tunnels he's in the military didn't know, but the government knew that there's aliens down there. They went down there the bud. They see like three grey aliens tall whites. A beam shoots out of the one tollway chest hits his buddy like sears off some of his fingers, and he gets like shows you interviews where the fingers were cut off that could be something else who knows, but and supposedly they went up in one of those rickety ass elevator shafts, because they were digging down there, then he got up, and then he essentially told the story and everything, and he would go on ufo conferences, and he was someone who was Dow was in the military. He was in the military pretty. His credentials were there. But then he supposedly died of a heart attack, or or actually a suicide that you like cut his wrist or some bullshit. Yeah, and it's just. It just doesn't make if she's out. Speaking like that's why it's like usually the people who tell the truth. I Love David Eick, but he's essentially just researching shit, and then finding digging through the dirt, essentially and picking, he wants I think that he always says his view of why he's never been killed or assassinate is that he doesn't bring it towards himself like he's always said they don't bring that shit towards me I'm not going to think that someone's GonNa. Kill me. He's like once. You get paranoid. Paranoid are freaking out. That's when you like what you fear. You bring near like that's. Is Pretty true. You manifested itself. Ville Prophecy Shits Wild. And to to end with this the people and what I mentioned earlier there is this legend has brought so many people to this town every every year for the Mothman Festival. People pretty much a pretty much. Make a lot of money from these couple days in the year. Statue of Shit, too. Yeah I don't know if it's ever was this, but I think after the sightings there might have been some men in black in the area. I think after the crash or something like that I. Heard on a podcast about I was listening to like different podcast about this. Getting like different accounts and I think that might have been when I might be wrong about that. Obviously right when you have like some crazy paranoia, moral cryptic like the men in black. Oh! What did you with the juicy really and it's like the government has like some interest in these paranormal metaphysical and I think I think that's real. On strange, we're definitely a dive into men in black eventually, because actually go its way deeper than you think does. It's not just will Smith and Tommy fucking Lee Jones like out there being all cool. These dudes are creepy as a fuck. We don't know what dimension there from. But yeah like I guess covering next week will probably do. The, candidates, versus us a fucking fun one, and then me and one thing we're going GONNA get into a rant episode pretty soon. Whereas is free for all, we can talk about all sorts of different subjects. Yeah for sure dude and again I enjoyed this. Thing lighter remember all scripted matters. Check. I'm one from the one hour from the one hundred park is. You can find me on any social media while just instagram at the one on one podcast and yeah. Yeah and I'm Tom Cafe strange podcast. You can follow this shit. Look in the fucking description of the episode. You'll find it. You fucking kids. INSTAGRAM facebook. We have it all. Even though I got really bad for facebook for a guy skinhead for being a racist, but I'll be back. I'll be back by the time you hear this..
"community park" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"The Community Park. When police agencies lack those last two parts. The, only experience that people get our. When the police are responding to a violent crime or some type, tumultuous event, and the only time that the people in the city police is when they're coming to them coming to get their brother their cousin, their uncle or Stan a person is the recipient of challenge, so there'd be an lies of fear or trauma that avoids. We already know how when we drive a if it's more than two of us in the car. You can't rocky baseball cap. You see what I'm saying. Hyper Visit San. Damn like busted Osu. I gotta try to walk outside in the rain without umbrella and hope I. Don't get wet and that's just an analogy. I hope I'll wrong in don't give. This tail guy. Date tell light being busted out to lead to something else or not even tell Lybia busted birth. The mere fact that my bleacher went out went out in. and then we don't know the loss. We don't moss the. A, you can't do a search. Without probable cause suspicion beyond a reasonable doubt. We don't know that. You don't have to leave. Get your car you don't. But the police agencies have to be willing to. Accept your knowledge of the law of the land the policing lump. Sum Yes are you a very? Trump's is because of the nature of police police. They can do things and get a and.
"community park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And traffic starts morning in central Florida we earned it after yesterday when we had not one not two but three confirmed tornadoes in central Florida the biggest in Ocala we also wanted the land wanted Sanford it is really nice right now or a half hour away from the national anthem beginning Orlando's news at noon our top story this half hour officials throughout central Florida discussed when and how to re open for business the data shows that the social distancing the staying at home has worked and it is certainly not time to back off and allow the virus to catch hold and expand Orlando mayor buddy Dyer urging caution when considering the logistics of re opening so many businesses we could do it tomorrow that would be my wish but the health of our community comes first and I think we can see the light at the end of the tunnel we just want to put the matter and do it with data driven decisions meanwhile the Orange County economic recovery task force is meeting to decide the best way to reopen Orlando for business they're all moody news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. coming up our windows news at noon I'll play your open mikes on re opening news ninety six point five W. DPO Orlando turns first for severe weather until now nobody sees me they're all just pride shield highs in the mid seventies today coming up we're tracking some cooler weather for the weekend all right good morning I'm gene like so we are up to eighty degrees in Saint cloud right now and plenty of sunshine to go around no storm thank testing continues to expand in central Florida the Orange County covered nineteen mobile testing site will be at south econ community park today and you don't have to have symptoms to be tested but you do have to have an appointment and you also have to be at least eighteen years old the mobile test unit opened for the first time yesterday and doctor said they actually had about two hundred test kits left over at the end of the day if you think you need to be tested well we've got the phone number for you to make an appointment we also have the locations where the mobile testing unit will be located for the rest of the week I'm trying to book or find.
"community park" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news correspondent Piper give you yet another reason to hate your long commute exposed a lot the nasty chemicals those with longer commutes have higher exposure to a chemical flame retardant that's used in car seats according to a new study from the university of California at riverside at Duke University participants used silicone wristbands for five days which pick up contaminants like chemicals those with longer commutes turned out to have higher exposures to a chemical called TTC I. P. P. which is used as a flame retardant and which has been listed as a carcinogen in California Matt Piper CBS news mothers in Utah are challenging a ban on children and breast feeding at B. Y. U.'s annual women's conference and they're asking the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints to change the rules the conference in provost considered the largest gathering of latter day Saint women topics include marriage in the gospel around family Sam looked singer CBS news now from the studios of music by local San Diego's talk and breaking news this is a M. seven sixty alone of iris concerns I'm ready fuller that's one of the stories we're following on a and seven sixty two additional patients under quarantine at marine corps air station Miramar have been taken to local hospitals they're being evaluated over fears of the corona virus after they landed from Wuhan China yesterday morning seven patients from the base of now been hospitalized a woman's dead today after a shooting in south crest community park police say a man and a woman were gunned down in the early morning hours the woman was pronounced dead at a hospital well the man is expected to recover the Aztecs or an airforce they're ranked fourth in the nation's only undefeated hoops.
"community park" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Up twenty one points gold up fort fifteen oh three announced ten year bond yields one point seven four percent thank you Kelly six twenty three under pressure from the federal government General Motors is recalling more than three point four million pickup trucks and SUVs in the U. S. to fix a brake problem vehicles involved in the recall include the twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen Cadillac escalade Chevy Silverado Chevy Tahoe Chevy suburban and GMC Sierra and Yukon models the national highway traffic safety administration began investigating the issue in November services will be free to owners of recalled vehicles well it appears the trump administration might try to take matters into his own hands when it comes to homelessness here in California president trump has reportedly ordered its staff to start forming a plan to sweep homeless people off California streets Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is chair of governor Newsome's homelessness task force and says he wants to keep an open mind to any federal help because the administration has a pretty good record of demonizing people who are vulnerable and offered to help usually turning to are just the opposite but I think we have to react at least with some open this year The Washington Post reports a delegation from several federal agencies is visiting Los Angeles to get a first hand look at the city's homeless problem the trump administration has not yet provided specifics on what its national homeless policy would entail John Byrne I see news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. California Supreme Court has refused to block death penalty cases governor Gavin Newsom halted executions in March for as long as he remains governor the defense argued that a juror cannot realistically sentence someone to something that has been halted but the death penalty remains on the books and courts have been proceeding on the assumption that executions may one day resume toxic algae is suspected of killing a young Santa Rosa dog this week Danielle hill groovy says in a Facebook post that her eleven month old dog Kona died Monday a day after the dog played in the pond at Rincon valley community park a parks officials say they found a patch of the dangerous blue green algae in the water next to the dog park similar to that already found at holworth parks lake ruffian warning signs are now going up at other ponds and lakes and several other city parks San Francisco's iconic cable cars will stop running for ten days starting Friday well the undergo repairs the San Francisco municipal transportation agency says today the shuttle buses are gonna be running along three cable car routes the agency says technicians will work on gear boxes would spend the thirty foot tall wheels that pull the twelve miles of steel cables understand Francisco to lift. so if those cable cars up steep city hills work is estimated to cost about six million dollars.
"community park" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Fear Rena has more those parts mostly in the inner city, and they have been have some crimes, of course. And we talked to several people in the neighborhood of the north park community park, and they were totally in favor of it think they should probably be a curfew. There's a lot of homeless that are in this part. But. I believe that one we have to fix that problem. But I think that Kirke would do good. We have a couple of people that camp out even have tents, and they're here to say, it seems like it time. So we'd love a curfew. Curfews will be enforced at cedar ridge, many park bunk Claire neighborhood park north park community park and north park mini park. And then at nine PM to five AM curfew will be in place. It city heights square mini park, San Diego County officials will consider ways to expand a response program for Alzheimer's patients after supervisor's today heard an annual report on overall efforts to deal with disease and the growing number of people that affects as of now the Alzheimer's response team operates in the east county under the program launched in June of last year, a train social worker after being informed by either law enforcement or paramedics makes an initial visit within three business days to a person with dementia and help stabilize their situation. Well buckle up. A new study shows that flying cars are not that far in the future. Auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert reports flying corps in every garage. Maybe the stuff of fantasy, but we could see affordable aerial taxis..
"community park" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Years ago today, a small plane crash shook the recording industry CBS's, Steve Kathan. Buddy. Holly was the big name on that small plane that crashed in Iowa cornfield. Seventeen-year-old Ritchie Valens was on it too. So what's the big Bopper, JP Richardson chantilly? It's been a weekend of tribute concerts in some places to Mark the sixtieth anniversary and at the buddy Holly center in his hometown Lubbock, Texas. There's a new exhibit of photos and other artifacts. Steve kathan. CBS news Nordic nations. Reigns supreme at the world's most prestigious culinary competition team, Denmark, took the gold at the bow quiz data where competition in Leon France Sweden. Norway and Finland followed. France, finished six the US came in ninth. Wendy, Gillette, CBS news. Manufacturers are moving away from plastic packaging. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty Nicole cap rates of the climate action campaign in San Diego applauds Pepsi Procter and gamble and Unilever in launching pilot programs to move from single use plastic containers to refillable glass and steel packaging. It's really exciting to see that. There are some companies that are stepping outside their comfort zone saying to us. Hey, we have a solution. Let's try this out. The San Diego city council is expected to vote this week on a two year extension of the naming rights to the stadium and the three days San Diego Tet festival kicks off Friday at Mira Mesa community park. We're sponsored by hotel del Coronado in weather right now, it's cloudy and fifty nine degrees at Lindbergh field AM, seven sixty talk.
"community park" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Rabies. Now two days before this offer was put down a local resident was attacked by an officer at a community park. She said she was bitten and scratched in her ankles to the point where she was unable to walk. Oh, boy police said other locals reported being attacked by an auditor, hopefully, all of these people got rabies shots. Well, after it was learned that the euthanize daughter had the rabies all the victims were given treatment. That means they took the shots in the rare everybody, I mean, yes, otters are cute. But those things are mean, especially if they have rabies and they're nervous system right there. That's what I'm saying. They're mean without rabies. I want wanna see one with it. So you got that. Okay. That's one Florida story. The other Florida's story key west key, west beautiful, beautiful key west, Katie. You gotta go to key west sometime. It's unbelievable. I've been to key west, actually, it's pretty awesome. Fficials and key west took the initial steps towards banning the sale of are you ready for this? Well, they they wanna protect the coral. Want to protect the coral. So what are they banning? Sunscreen. Now, they're saying there are two ingredients that could be harmful to the coral reefs. I mean, I see what coral grows on the coral grows on like, you've got you've got some some oil Derrick out in the ocean. That's tipped over coral just grows out it grows on anything. But I guess it can't grow on the the sunscreen. So. What about you know, skin cancer is things that prevents screw the humans were worried about the coral? It would ban products containing Oxy Ben zone and. Knox eight. Some studies have shown the chemicals encourage coral bleaching. Those studies conducted by Greenpeace. I don't know banana boats taking it in the shorts. Okay. Let's see. What else do you? Okay. You want? You want more Florida stories? I'll give you more Florida's stories..
"community park" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Rancho Bernardo community. Members are stepping in to help out federal government workers in need the Facebook group called our be federal relief food supply exchanges collecting things gas cards, grocery gift cards and pet food for government workers are working without pay due to the ongoing government shutdown the National Center for missing and exploited. Children is trying to identify the remains of a little boy who was found in San Diego back in two thousand four is body was found your organization resear- released digitally produced sketches yesterday of the boy whose skeletal remains were found southeast of Rancho Bernardo community park on may fourth two thousand four the city. Goes statements basketball team involved in another blowout game. Last night viejo. Serena this time they're on the positive end of that they win ninety seven to seventy seven over New Mexico. Good morning. The aspects of now played four conference games. Two wins to also has all of them blowouts texts. Led by five at the half. They got twenty one points from Devin Watson and the Aztecs get the wind up next for them. They'll play at Fresno state coming up next Tuesday NBA last night. Lebron James still a spectator for the Lakers. Lonzo ball with nineteen points. And he helped lead the Lakers over the Chicago Bulls by a final of one zero seven to one hundred looking ahead to tonight or sandiego goals are back home. They are hosting the Texas stars for AM seven sixty I've crash Newsday. And here's Bill Holland with the market update doctoral higher than go on hold up four and a half percent on average. So far this year a technical end the fourth quarter correction with knobby view, but earnings guidance. Maybe calling on both Goldman Sachs and thank you America up. Seven percent today both beat positive guidance, and they take close disappointing banks from yesterday along for the ride the treasury ten up to two seventy three speakers are dubs, and we get the beige book at eleven AM IBM Watson I- workspace Lambert, another five billion dollars the life support for Sears holiday and seven sixty K from be we've had some rain this morning right now, though, we.
Bronze Archie statue honors artist for hometown anniversary
"A life sized bronze statue of comic, book. Star Archie has been unveiled in the adopted New Hampshire hometown of the artist Bob Montana illustrated Archie. Betty Veronica and jug had from nineteen forty two until his. Death in nineteen, seventy five at age fifty. Four he lived for thirty five years in Meredith a town of. About six thousand people the statue of Archie Sitting on. A park bench was commemorated Thursday in Meredith, community park to coincide with the town's, two hundred fiftieth
Coast Guard to raise Missouri tourist boat after deadly sinking
"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire the AP news minted in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman. Says she and her, nephew were, the, only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w.. RTD he's ministering to the family is just a. Extremely emotional time they're not thinking about you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat and by the reports, that we're receiving but it was a real sudden micro burst of energy, or high winds which, is, came very very I'm Tim Maguire a life sized bronze statue of. A red haired freckled Archie will soon greet visitors in. Meredith New Hampshire, that's where artist Bob Montana live for. Thirty five years he was traded Archie Betty Veronica jug head and others in the Riverdale gang from nineteen forty two until his death. In, nineteen seventy-five however his impact in Meredith went beyond. The comic strip his daughter said he had a vision of turning the town into an art colony at one point converting a gas station into a studio. And frame shop he introduced several artists to the small town end created, a theater group the greater merit, of the program, a community development. Nonprofit Raise new he fifty seven thousand dollars for. The statue in less than six months mostly from residents the beaming statue will sit on a bench it looked toward Montana's workshop where the artists spent his. Days quietly drawing cartoons it makes us debut August ninth in Meredith community. Park to coincide with the town's, two hundred fiftieth anniversary Police arrested a library archivist and an antique bookseller and accused them of stealing millions of dollars worth of rare books illustrations maps, and photographs over the, past twenty years detectives estimate that, the pair stole or damaged hundreds of books worth. About eight million dollars from Pittsburgh library they say former Carnegie. Library rare books manager Gregory priori would sometimes use an exacto knife to. Cut maps and. Book plates out of some books and then. Sell them to the bookstore a block away there say the bookseller paid priori. Upfront and then pocketed the money when he sold them the long-planned top gun sequel has its new goose Well. He's not a new goose. But, miles. Teller will play. The son of goose who was played by Anthony Edwards of the, nineteen eighty six. Original teller has also, been in the divergent theories bleed for. This, and, another, eighties remake footloose he beat out fellow actors, Glen Powell and nNcholas cool to play the son of. Mavericks wing man the film also features bell Kilmer returning his is man directing is Joe Kosinski who worked..