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Football Booster Club Raffles Firearms, Concerning Some Parents

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Football Booster Club Raffles Firearms, Concerning Some Parents

"Us what the cedar cliff. Colts booster club. Did and how it was received. Well you know a lot of these district clubs are what support In particular football those are what support the team. It helps them get the new equipment. New jersey Things of that nature the things that keep them safe and and they're usually charged with you know making a raising x. amount of money and they're all volunteer booster clubs are all volunteer programs. Almost all just made up with the parents because the players and or the cheerleaders and this year has been particularly hard to raise money. Because you know restaurants aren't giving you know is is. They're reluctant to give away anything free. Which is what they traditionally do or give away free meals In support of the booster club. You know this kids will buy a certificate and then they go around and they try to sell her raffle well. It's become incredibly impossible for these young people to raise money so they came up with the idea of having a raffle. There's ten different items on the raffle of those ten five variety of different kinds of guns. Now in dolphin and and cumberland counties because this this school district covers both Owning a gun is as common is only a car or a chart country this is hatred on thing and target shooting and and so you know they decided to have a raffle and gowns for part of it now. If the if you wanna gun eat it went one it. You got two hundred dollars dead. But there was one parent who took exception to this role and took it to the school district and the school district in. Its great wisdom that i understand your feelings however we have no jurisdiction over this.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Epic be here. Tell us about carl news. What was the impetus to start. This organization is a nonprofit nonpartisan new psyched that will cover indepth journalism south west. Virginia basically from cumberland county. Go the cumberland gap if you wanted to think of it. That way the impetus ford was a changing media landscape in which we did not see much indepth reporting from mexico. The state and the goal is to provide that to fill those gaps. Talk about that changing media landscape. So you've been in journalism for a number of decades explain how the media landscape has changed in a way that's disadvantageous to south west and south sud disadvantages to laga places. South west outside just happens to be where we're from. The short merging is the newspaper readers or everyday vogue in the marketplace to consume their muse. Online that she got be a problem because every newspaper has a website..

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Truck carrying radioactive uranium compound crashes, closing North Carolina highway

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Truck carrying radioactive uranium compound crashes, closing North Carolina highway

"A truck carrying a radioactive compound crashed on I 95 Cumberland County late this morning, and as a result, the interstate is expected to be shut down into afternoon Rush hour. ABC 11 reports The involve vehicle was carrying uranium hexafluoride, which can be used to make fuel for nuclear power plants. State highway patrols on the scene and says the compound is not leaking. But due to concerns about wind direction. They've evacuated

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"cumberland county" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"90 the answer on the mobile app on 9 90. The answer dot com and now on radio dot com. E that snow in Cumberland County. They still I'm not. I don't pay attention until minimum. 12 hours out. I don't. I don't pay any attention to these Monday. Even Tuesday, forecast 24 hours out because they all do the same thing. Every song about once a year. My wife baits me into paying attention to the weather. In fact, I will. I will cop to something right now. Win something sudden kicks up like a storm or a big wind or something like that. I will often say to my wife where did this come from? And she says, Well, Mr Weather. You'd have known that if you ever paid attention to the weather, I said, it's never right. That's typically always my position and 90% of the time. I'm correct 10% of the time it bites me in the ass. But 90% of the time she'll wig out about some weather event. It's forecast that and I said No, it won't. I will bet against it like if I had money on the weather that she panics over. I'd be in the black By a lot like it's not even close. Now I have lost some Big East I'll confess. But on balance over the years she lives for the weather lives for women do On balance. I find women uniquely two men, although there's some men, but I find the women that I know. They just live for tracking weather. It is their singular. It's what drives them. It's Facebook and weather may be in no particular order. And if there's a weather event in the offing three or four days out that now becomes my wife's life, she now becomes consumed with tracking it. She actually texts me and she'll say you should really turn on the weather channel and see the track of the storm. And I will say, I don't need to know. Bother me, You know, like 12 hours out. I don't need to Because inevitably what will happen and I get baited into it, And that's exactly what I did with this one. I don't know. Chris. Big Storm's a coming Wednesday. Big storm can then here's what did it though Yesterday, I get an email from one of the suits. Well, you better make plans now. Broadcast plans for the big snow. You know when the suits email you better get broadcast plans for the big snow. All right. I'll pay attention to that. So I dial up the weather last night and I start watching it. And here's what they all say They all do this every time they do this, all right, so Out here in Delaware and along the shore, you'll see a mostly rain event. Now to Lancaster and points North and west. We expect to see a significant snowfall, but right here in this area, and then they always circle Everywhere we live. Right here in this area. We could get all say ah, fine Mist. To 7 to 8 Ft of snow, but that could track either way. And so this makes it. A very tricky forecast will continue to monitor it. But for now, we're predicting somewhere between a mist. And 12 to 15 Ft of Snow back to you at the desk. Oh, thank you, specially, that's very helpful. She didn't tell me anything. She just told me I might need a slicker. Or a snow blower. That helped me not at all, and they always couch it with were in that band. When that I 95 corridor very tricky to forecast to ourself, a mostly rain event to our north and west Heavy snow. But right here very tricky. They've never forecast that the large know where they've not said it. Never There's never been a time in the history of this city. Since we've been doing televised weather forecasts. They have not said here along the I 95 corridor. It could go either way. Very tricky to forecast with the exception of the John Volaris event years ago, which got him fired. Only time anybody you know, like sucked it up and just called it and said, Here comes a biggie. Hunker down.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on The Rural Health Voice

The Rural Health Voice

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on The Rural Health Voice

"Can buy hot sauce. It's just like a fundraiser. Nothing serious but we really don't sell any of the food that That we produced one of the things that we've talked about on this podcast before is the fact that many rural positions ruled jobs role employment. Don't have your traditional employers such as agriculture that provides traditional benefits such as health insurance. And that's you know. I think we're a lot of the struggle comes from his. Is the things that we tend to take for. Granted will be paid through. Our employer are not covered in those rural small cell phone businesses. Oh yes absolutely. And another thing. That i've noticed We have we have some employers in the area that have obviously been infected by covid. We've all been affected by covid but some of their employees are undocumented. The a lot of them have families and children here and so a large base of The people that we serve are those undocumented workers because they not only do they not qualify for say unemployment or snap anything like that they also have healthcare and during a pandemic. It's kind of important that we're all taking care of so. I can't imagine not only. Is there the risk physical health. But there's also the risk mental health and stress from all of that which is a huge problem there. So going back to the free farm if i if you're not selling your products how are you funding the work we're five. Oh one c three nonprofit. We do take donations online. We have a patriot on account where different levels of incentives from us. We are all volunteer. We have robust team of volunteer leaders. A really great board. That i couldn't do any of this. Without honestly they keep me going and then we'd just have individual and some corporate sponsors the rv agriculture. You can find more information from argue agriculture dot. Org so she has Set it up so when you shop on her online farmer's market for pickup you can i want to say i'm saying this in air quotes purchase. Ten twenty five fifty pounds of food and that is all donated to cares. Which i believe is both the food pantry and the meals on wheels. So we will do like. We're doing this weekend. We're processing chickens this weekend. So we'll have about one hundred chickens ready to go for next week and they are vacuum sealed hole here but those dollars from the donors that purchased through her site actually support us being able to feed those chickens. They support a very small percentage. Ends up going to Rv great because she takes care of other farmers in the area and then it also supports a third nonprofit which is gucci cares in their meals on wheels program So it's wonderful. It's a really great opportunity for people to be able to support three nonprofits in one fell swoop and it keeps us going our chickens. We actually don't purchase so we have. We have a bunch of amazing other farmers in the area. I want to say there are rooster roundup crew. And so they regularly will round up birds from the fredericksburg area. Mechanicsville out in cumberland county That area pick up all the birds and bring all the unwanted roosters to us and so then they are housed here for a short period of time until they can be processed for donation. So that's a huge help. That actually came to us as an idea from a local organic inspector. That happens to live down the road and it was a brilliant idea. So it's been a great source of neat for the community because we feed about five hundred fifty folks a month and that number has been ever growing..

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New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:27 min | 1 year ago

New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say

"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In State

Radio From Hell

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Officials Confirm First COVID-19 Positive Cat In State

"See. Pennsylvania officials have confirmed the state's first Covad 19 positive. That State veterinarian, Dr Kevin Bright Bill, wait a minute, There's a state veterinarian. Chill. States have state veterinarian like gas problem in states do probable Kevin Kevin. Bright Bill said that 16 year old cat From Cumberland County, lived at home with multiple people who had been diagnosed with covert 19. The cat presented mild respiratory illness in October and Ah, and then it got worse and the cat had to be euthanized. Case is still under investigation. But state officials say the cat is one of a handful of covert 19 positive pets from across the U. S that have died or were euthanized while infected. So make sure your pets socially distance and wear

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One A 1.5 news starts now It's for clock. I'm Patrick Labrie topping our report this hour. Governor Murphy comes out swinging against the lawsuit by the Trump reelection campaign to stop New Jersey's planned to conduct November's general election, mostly by mail due to claims it will lead to more voter fraud. Murphy and dismissing those claims. His vote by mail is not new in New Jersey, adding that it has proven successful in the election after election, including in July's primary is the president and his team tryto de legitimize our election and impact the health. And safety of millions of New Jerseyans. We will defend our rights vigorously and we will not back down. Murphy says. The state's plans for November will move forward. Meanwhile, is the postmaster general has announced no further changes will be made to the US Postal Service until after the November election. ST. G Great Wall says we will remain vigilant tweeting We remain concerned about the changes already implemented and will continue working with other state to protect the election pharmacist in all 50 states of being authorized to give childhood vaccinations this fall. Under a new federal directive, it effectively temporarily preemies pharmacy restrictions in 22 states, including New Jersey, which currently allows pharmacist to give flu shots for those seven years and up and other vaccines for patients, 18 and older, according to professionals. What will the jobs of tomorrow be like in the garden State Cole's Santa Lear who heads up focus, New Jersey, says Overarching Lee. Future work in New Jersey is really focused on the adoption and integration of new technologies and artificial intelligence throughout our industries. A group has a new report that finds worker skill sets will need to be improved through expanded non traditional education endeavors like apprenticeships and more vote. Tech programs. A Cumberland County officer suspended for making racist comments on Facebook. NJ dot com Reports Rome Smith says a five year old shot in the head as he rode his bike in his front yard quote should have ducked. A boy can unhinge was white. The alleged shooter was black Rome. Smith is also African. American officials say the remarks were shockingly insensitive..

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"cumberland county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At fifty percent capacity they must follow strict cleaning guidelines for covert nineteen at five fifty workers at Detroit's three big carmakers returning to the assembly line today for the first time in two months CBS is Jeff Gilbert reports they will be dealing with a number of changes all forced because of coronavirus temperatures will be taken factories have been rearranged to distance workers everybody will wear masks with more gear for those who have to work closely with others GM CEO Mary Barra says they've already been doing this in Asia and that American plants making medical gear where are our safety protocols have been in place we have not seen a confirmed case of community spread within our facility production will ramp up slowly over many weeks Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit trades now five fifty one a massive police chase along the Maine turnpike over the weekend ending with a man in police custody facing a number of charges including driving to endanger and eluding a police officer forty three year old Michael Pearson Houlton Maine was arrested on Saturday in Falmouth police say they initially tried to pull Pierce over in the town of Sebastian over calls of a car driving a radically he then allegedly took off led police on a chase that spanned some forty miles and had speeds up to a hundred and twenty miles per hour at one point was taken to Cumberland County jail after he was arrested well could we see the socks back out on the baseball diamond in the new our future the talks of Major League Baseball returning this summer are starting to heat up MLB has sent the players union a proposal on how things will work when games are able to begin again not only will players coaches and some staffers be tested for covert nineteen there will be big changes in how everyone interacts no spitting or water jugs or using the saunas steam rooms or.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eight on the ground the push to the Nashville area a bit ago in that particular cell continues to spawn a tornado warnings as it progresses on to the east you almost fall in I. forty like some of the listeners and said the latest warning just issued here about three minutes ago Cumberland County White County Putnam County all these in middle Tennessee another now say in severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado L. located near Baxter or a Cookeville moving east at forty five miles per hour now this again includes ID forty you're now down to between the two seventy eight and three ten mile marker at this point it's a radar indicated tornadoes some and maybe some quarter size hail news update time on America's trucking network this is news radio seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati how about the stock market after a rough week game records seven Monday this is three o'clock report good morning I'm rob carpenter breaking now the market surge after last week's dismal performance the Dow soared twelve hundred ninety five points its biggest one day point gain in history up more than five percent the S. and P. five hundred tacked on a hundred thirty six and the nasdaq closed up three eighty five both up about four and a half percent last week's rout knocked every major index and what market watchers call a correction a fall of ten percent or more from a peak market watchers had been saying for months now that stocks were overpriced and.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I understand but I you know I I guess if people want nineteen sixty six Paul McCartney it's not gonna happen in twenty nineteen so now the we believe it yeah like thirty now the latest New Jersey news for men G. one one five dot com the jury must now decide the fate of one of the suspects charged in the death of a nine year old bridge teen girl who was hit by a stray bullet as she slapped twenty one year old the Roy E. Frasier the third is the first of four defendants to face trial in Cumberland County in the death of Jennifer tradio a construction worker was seriously injured in Franklin lakes when a large piece of sheet metal fell on him this morning the fifty nine year old saddle brook man suffered severe head trauma and was flown to a hospital his name and further details about his condition are not currently known drug o'malley of environment New Jersey is giving a big thumbs up after Trenton passed a measure that calls for more electric vehicle charging stations to be built in more electric car rebates offered he says of governor Murphy signs the bill that will also put NJ transit on a path to a lecture by all of its electric bus purchases over the course of the next decade with every bus purchased by twenty thirty two I've been electric o'malley calls it disappointing lawmakers did not adopt the statewide ban on single use plastic items I'm Jan Robison download our free app to listen live anywhere and get instant New Jersey news weather and traffic from New Jersey one one point five I want to.

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Jury deliberating murder charge in stray-bullet killing of 9-year-old

Steve Trevelise

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Jury deliberating murder charge in stray-bullet killing of 9-year-old

"Com the jury must now decide the fate of one of the suspects charged in the death of a nine year old bridge teen girl who was hit by a stray bullet as she slapped twenty one year old the Roy E. Frasier the third is the first of four defendants to face trial in Cumberland County in the death of Jennifer

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Barnabas health achieving excellence together have you had the flu this year have you get did you get a flu shot one eight hundred two eight three two eight three one a one point five the number to call the second the rose now many Jersey fastrack Ellen Hedison route one south bound make that north bound in toward Grandview Avenue we have a collision there watch out for slowdowns from the area of Amboy Avenue this for sponsored by mattress firm is the year in Salem mattress firm shop now and save up to six hundred dollar store wide plus get a free adjustable bass when you spend just four ninety nine meanwhile traffic on the turnpike was a little bit busy we had a stall in the truck please looks like it's already gone it was southbound approaching a day in south Brunswick so that's out of there no complaints reported on two eighty seven to eighty west as ease down over the Stickle bridge gobbles bridges then down into Staten Island and across the Hudson GW Lincoln and Holland tunnels all with just minor delays were nice now the still flowing to Peron road in old bridge but it doesn't look like they're Laney lean blockages there engine Taurus New Jersey traffic nor Mike Barker New Jersey traffic south up and down the parkway the turnpike wearing the change in the southern half of the state's seventy three north on the turnpike were little slow and southbound little sluggish coming down towards two ninety five to ninety five top to bottom that's pretty good ride thirty eight some volume the westbound side if you travel to cherry hill one note for you in upper Deerfield in Cumberland County on every seventy seven right in the area of bridged in row there's an accident being cleared downed wires involves that's gonna be closed in both directions cross your Delaware good news and it's a pony tail minor bridge all lanes are open in both directions the drawbridge is now back in the down position Java great fifteen minutes you're next reported seven forty eight on New Jersey one a one point five the weather the rain moves out tonight looks like we're in for dry new year's eve albeit a little risk a little.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To station New Jersey one a one point five news starts four o'clock I'm Jill cutter topping our report at this hour the Cumberland County prosecutors released a composite sketch of a man reportedly seen on the bridge and park around the time of the all say Abbas abduction the man is described as a Hispanic male approximately five seven slender build thirty to thirty five years of age prosecutor Jennifer what Mick gray answer sized sketch is not a suspect or person of interest someone authorities want to speak to because he was with two young children at that time on that day you can see the sketch at NJ one one five dot com well it's becoming increasingly challenging yet equally as important for parents to monitor their kids social media activity including Instagram and Snapchat ocean county prosecutor Radley bill Hymers as an apt that's causing concern is what's known as a second calculator app there's an app out there that that looks like a calculator and it's a secret app where you can hide videos files browser history you can put it all into a calculator app still hungry suggest looking through your child's phone to see if there's more than one calculator app if so tap both to determine which is carrying secret files a woman who stop to help the disabled motor home was hit and killed in Toms River on Monday the Garvey famous on social media for being covered in pro trump stickers the owner of the motor home a transition from California who's driven fifty thousand miles to trump rallies fifty six rolled and Levada was standing between the RV and a tow trailer when a car hit the trailer crushing her visibility was poor at the time of the accident two people arrested Monday after a shooting into it and falls led to a standoff at an apartment in freehold borough the incident unfolded when attempting falls police officer heard a shot fired not far from Brookdale community college one person was quickly arrested a second fled to an apartment the.

Child dies in New Jersey Harvest Festival ride accident

Gearhart Law

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Child dies in New Jersey Harvest Festival ride accident

"New Jersey state police are investigating Saturday night's tragic accident that claimed the life of a ten year old girl according to a witness the girl fell off the extreme ride at the Deerfield township harvest festival in Cumberland County officials say the girl died from her injuries Sunday morning at Cooper university

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Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

"A rare brain eating amoeba has led to a man's death in North Carolina AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it may have been contracted at a man made lake earlier this month he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma there have been just a hundred forty five of these infections reported in the US between nineteen sixty two and twenty

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"cumberland county" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on AP News

"In Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma there have been just a hundred forty five of these infections reported in the US between nineteen sixty two and twenty eighteen I'm Jackie Quinn of all Cannock explosion in Indonesia sent a towering column of ash into the air and forced tourists and residents to flee Indonesia's disaster agencies such as the local government close the mountain on the island of Java there were no immediate reports of anybody being hurt the volcano monitoring center said ash fell in a one to two kilometer radius around the center the disaster agencies said communities around the mountain should still be aware that there could be a steam blast eruption that would throw gas and ash into the air without warning the heatwave hitting Europe has people taking to the streets and there's a piece Charles de Ledesma reports in the Netherlands authorities are handing out fines for sleeping outdoors people hoping to catch some sleep and maybe a cooling sea breeze join Europe's heat wave got a rude awakening in a Dutch seaside suburb police in the Hague say they handed out one hundred and forty euro that's around a hundred and fifty five dollar fines overnight to thirteen people nothing on beach I'm cafe terraces the authorities say some of the sleep was with dozing in the sun and getting in the way of local authority workers trying to clean up the beach off to another sweltering day I'm Charles of this month July twenty six to mid wire the Supreme Court lifts the freeze imposed by lower courts on the trump administration shift of some two and a half billion dollars in Pentagon funding to begin construction to replace about a hundred miles of border barriers in Arizona California New Mexico with more robust fencing wall Amman as Guatemala.

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Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

"A rare brain eating amoeba has led to a man's death in North Carolina AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it may have been contracted and a man made lake earlier this month he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma there have been just a hundred forty five of these infections reported in the US between nineteen sixty two and twenty

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Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Man dead from brain-eating amoeba after water park visit

"A rare brain eating amoeba has led to a man's death in North Carolina AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it may have been contracted at a man made lake earlier this month he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a

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Guilford County And Cumberland County discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Guilford County And Cumberland County discussed on Dave Ramsey

"State health officials say try to avoid fresh water swimming when it's extremely hot and to wear nose clips the take aways after a Guilford county man died from a very rare brain eating amoeba that entered his body at a Cumberland County water

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Kyle Wilson, Cumberland County And Director discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Kyle Wilson, Cumberland County And Director discussed on Sean Hannity

"A Guilford county man dies as a result of a rare brain eating ameba Kyle Wilson has more Eddie gray visited the fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County this month this part of a trip with his church while there he contracted night Galeria follow rye while the infection is very rare the immediate itself is common and occurs naturally in warm fresh water the county health director those at risk isn't as high as you might think hi is able to do what it does only when you are in a situation where water is forced into the nasal cavity this was only the fifth such reported case in state

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Brain-eating amoeba kills man after North Carolina water park visit

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Brain-eating amoeba kills man after North Carolina water park visit

"A rare brain eating amoeba has led to a man's death in North Carolina AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it may have been contracted at a man made lake earlier this month he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma there have been just a hundred forty five of these infections reported in the US between nineteen sixty two and twenty

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DHHS, Director And Guilford County discussed on The Glenn Beck Show

The Glenn Beck Show

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

DHHS, Director And Guilford County discussed on The Glenn Beck Show

"Guilford county man has died of a rare brain eating ameba after swimming in the Cumberland County lake he became sick after visiting the fantasy lake water park in hope mills DHHS says the infection was caused by an ameba naturally present in more fresh water this type of work is able to do what it is only when you are in a situation where water is forced into the nasal cavity that's the county health director the single cell organism doesn't cause illness if

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Brain-eating amoeba kills man after North Carolina water park visit

Nick Digilio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Brain-eating amoeba kills man after North Carolina water park visit

"Federal health officials now confirming a rare brain eating organism because demand they get sick and die after swimming at a water park earlier this month a piece Jackie Quinn he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma they've only been a hundred forty five confirmed cases of that since they began recording in nineteen

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North Carolina, Leary And Headache discussed on Power Trading Radio

Power Trading Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

North Carolina, Leary And Headache discussed on Power Trading Radio

"Officials in North Carolina say a person who got sick after swimming at a water park has died from a rare brain eating a mobile federal health regulators have confirmed the swimmer died after being exposed to the rare brain eating ameba earlier this month he was swimming at fantasy lake water park in Cumberland County North Carolina local media say the victim was a fifty nine year old North Carolina man the amoeba Naegleria found Leary is naturally present in warm fresh water during the summer months symptoms start with severe headache and can progress to a coma there have been just a hundred forty five of these infections reported in the US between nineteen sixty two and twenty

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"cumberland county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on KTRH

"Westside northside Lexus. Twenty four hour weather center for today. We're looking at cloudy skies right about eighty six clubs for tomorrow. Twenty percent chance of straight. Showers eighty six and Thursday, eventually becoming partly cloudy by late in the day with temperature of eighty eight right now, seventy seven still your ficials severe weather station. News Radio seven forty KTAR h. This morning's very top stories for Tuesday. Nikki Courtney seven fifty one on News Radio seven forty K T R H A woman and two children under the age of five recovering from injuries after rollover crash on the Crosby freeway near Wallace Ville road. Investigators believe it was caused by a blown out tire is going to be a no go the marketing group behind the massive concert events at a number of issues, including concerns about the health and safety of concert goers were behind their decision to cancel it. And the state of Texas is now two million dollars richer. The person holding a winning Powerball ticket was bought in college station never claimed the prize and the ticket expired on those stories right now at KTAR H dot com coming up here at the top of the hour. I subscribe to Netflix razors dog food something that subscribes to you. What's going on the world prepare for whatever is coming to us radio? Seven forty KTAR h seven fifty two here on Houston's morning news. We've kind of had a. Unfortunate theme this morning having to do with acts of terrorism shootings. In those types of things. Here's another one. I just saw two sixth graders have been arrested for mass shooting plot. Yes, I did hear this six greater this graders. He ever noticed to with these schools shooting plots always seem to happen around the end of the school year is always very. Police have arrested a pair of these sixth graders for plumbing school shooting rampage. The became aware of the plot. Unable twenty six the school resource. Officer south Cumberland elementary school to rumor that to students had written a hit list of classmates that they plan to kill this is according to the Cumberland county sheriff's office, although investigation failed.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Show on consumer advocate. Steve's at all. Of course, we're here with coach Pete the Ruta always fun hanging out with coaching studio. And and we're talking about risk. We've been talking about it kind of all day. But I think we have to define you know, I talked with a lot of people I talked with a couple of authors. No last few days. And and you know, they they talk about the importance of a coach and how important that is. You know, and I mean, we work with some athletes, and they they say that they're consistent with that to my coach helped me you're not going to be a successful. Unless you have somebody in your corner, somebody that you can rely on and somebody to keep you honest. You got to be accountable back in two thousand sixty. I just started on the radio in two thousand five and I've always been coach Pete on the radio because the principal back in nineteen Ninety-two in Cumberland county, North Carolina when I used to talk to teachers and help them plan their retirement couldn't pronounce my last name, which is Dorota. Right. And he said what the heck you're here are financial coach, I'm gonna call you coach pizza. Speaker our financial coach goes Pete's here. Let's all meet notorious. So it's been like that for a long time. But a fellow that called me back after every call from the show, and he says, well, you know, like what you say on the radio. But I don't like the fact that you call yourself a coach I want to deal with a real financial professional. So I'm gonna go somewhere else. Steve I think that he had a bad experience with a coach back in the day. What we try to do is financial coaches. It's just whenever one real coach watches. Well, let's look a baseball swing coach. They call it. So they're watching the batter. Swing swing the bat or pitching coach they analyze the person do it for a while. They watch it. And they meet with them and say, here's what you need to change. Or you're doing great don't change a thing. That's what a real coach does. And then they were here every single if you're gonna end in a baseball, again, if this pitcher starts to struggle revisits with the coach, and the coaches, hey, you're doing a little different you're doing things differently used to do. Let's get back on track. So that's as a financial coach what we do is. We we can tell you number one. If you're doing things perfectly. But if you get off track we're always here to tell you how to get back on track. And with like any coach, we sometimes it's tough love, you know, it's it's not something you want to hear a lot of time. If you have all your money in the market, and you of the market, and we say gosh, and you take some of that money out of the market where we're at high because you're not up until you're out, and and put into place, you can't lose it anymore. He said, well, I don't wanna do that. Well, then the day after the market crash. Why did you make me do it? Exactly. Yeah. It's just about getting the right plans. And what's what's good for? You is not going to be good for your neighbor. Again, the accountability is important you and you just said that like sometimes it's stuff. We don't want to hear. But we need to hear it in order to be successful. When it comes to retirement was that term accountability, buddy accountability buddy, member Seinfeld or something. Instead of putting you need someone to hold your feet to the fire every now, and then you're on the right track, and there's three worlds of money out there. And we haven't talked about the three worlds of money much, but there's three worlds money and most people only know about two, okay? Go ahead. We know about the risk world where you put your money at risk. You take a lot of risk. But you have a hope for a lot of return inside that risk inside the ups and downs of the market, though, are a lot of financial termites infesting the near because if you're making a lot of money in the market, you don't realize a lot of fees are coming out if you're losing a lot of money in the market. You don't realize a lot of these are coming out if you're putting money into four one K every year or every single every single paycheck, and at the end here, you have more balanced than you start here where we'll good. Yeah. Maybe you should have more ballots, but there's a lot of financial termites, enter no way. So again, we psychologically we. See again, we don't question we see a loss. We blame it on the market. But maybe the loss is because the fees expenses commissions coming out, and and if you don't know aren't sure that's when we do that forensic financial analysis and a lot of people love this because we can analyze. Oh, yeah. Through financial xrays, an MRI. Is is if you go for a doctor, and they you go for x-rays, and and he or she says, I'm not still not sure with do. MRI's MRI's are more advanced the next race, we some really hidden fees. This comes in handy. Many times with 4._0._1._K plans where people were paying they don't even know fees, and there there's not much you can do if you're in a 4._0._1._K plan unless you don't work for that company more. And if you still have that 4._0._1._K plan, you're not working anymore. I always advise you roll it into your own individual IRA tax free exchange. She'd wrote in there or if you're with a company and you're fifty nine and a half. And you're not happy with the choices are not sure if you're not happy, you know, it's easy to be happy with something. If you don't know any better. Exactly. I don't know what you don't know. Baseball player. So getting educated again getting a coach on your side to see what could be better. Here's one thing. 4._0._1._K plans don't have for the most part. I haven't seen one yet. The did is they show you a lump sum, and it doesn't matter. How old you are? There's you. And they say you have a pretty good chance of having a good retirement. A pretty good chance. We started the show we're pretty good chances. What if there was with certainty, you have a certain certainty that you're not gonna have any trouble in retirement? That's when we take some of the money out of that lump sum 4._0._1._K, we roll it. If you're fifty nine and a half, you can do this. You can roll it the 4._0._1._K into your own individual IRA. So now, you're getting out of that group Akao, and Steve I remember when two thousand seven eight happened a lot of group accounts, and in two thousand a lot of group accounts went they went belly up and a lot of times didn't have what they thought. Delta. The delta pilots. Some of their pensions got cut in half because a group account can sustain it. So if you're able to roll your money out of your group accounts, it I'm not saying to do it. But I'm saying to look and analyse what the choices are if you can get out of a group account that that you have no control over into your own individual account that has income planning and has an income account and gives you a stream income you can never outlive..

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Time five thirty one chief meteorologist Dan's back with instant weather. We've got some rain moving into the Garden State early today. We'll see scattered showers through the rest of the day. Don't get me wrong. It's going to be a little damp, but certainly not a washout nothing too heavy or steady for us mostly cloudy and fairly mild between the raindrops high temperatures today mostly in the fifties. We might touch sixty degrees in south jersey. One more push rain showers this evening, then breezy and cool. Overnight lows in the mid thirty s tomorrow, we'll start with clouds, and maybe even a quick hit a snow in far, south jersey, ramp Atlantic Cape. May and Cumberland county is this is early tomorrow morning clearing skies takeover tomorrow afternoon. Highs lower to mid forties. Mostly to partly sunny Sunday with our next storm system a chance for snow changing to rain late Sunday night into early Monday morning now that one could put an inch or two a fresh snow on the ground in northern and maybe central New Jersey the rest of your president's day. Monday will be partly sunny. Breezy is highest return to the mid forties right now Mays landing Forty-five Belleville, forty two and Hamilton forty-one New Jersey one zero one point five news time five thirty two. New Jersey fast. Traffic is next New Jersey one zero one point five this is resume agent in charge. Richard Reinhold with ICE Homeland Security investigations every year, New Jersey HSI's special agents, arrested dozens of drug smugglers and sees illegal drugs, including fat and heroin. We need your help to fight this national epidemic report drug traffickers through HSI's. Synonymous toll-free tip line or online tip form voted WWW dot ice dot gov. The information you provide will.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Arrow, back with us, and Dan, we're just not going to be completely dry for the foreseeable future. This is true. Couple little storm systems talk about for the weekend. But it's not a washout by any stretch just turning a little bit more active here each one of these storm systems looking pretty tame first round of rain just knocking on the door. Western New Jersey at this point. So you will see some rain on and off today. But again, not a washout mostly cloudy fairly mild. High temperatures will range from your fifty in north jersey to near sixty degrees in south jersey. One more push rain showers this evening. Our cold front sweeps through then it'll be noticeably breezy and cooler overnight those dip into the mid thirty s tomorrow morning could start with a quick hit of snow in far south jersey. We're talking around Atlanta caveman Cumberland county's I don't think think we're even looking at accumulation here. Maybe a coding, maybe some low visibility really manifest itself as a snow swale. This storm system is passing south of New Jersey. We're just barely. Clipped for the rest of us. It'll be clouds tornado sun tomorrow afternoon. Highs in the lower to mid forties. Forty degrees on Sunday, mostly to partly sunny and probably the biggest storm system of the bunch here. Arrived Sunday night into Monday, maybe around ten o'clock Sunday night. We'll start to see some snow and wintry mix move in probably change in a rain on Monday. But there could be an inch or two of accumulation by the time that wraps up in northern and central New Jersey New Jersey, I news time five fifteen. Around the state around the clock face. These New Jersey's I knew this morning. I'm Patrick Lavery. Top stories on New Jersey's first news this morning jersey, lawmakers take a step toward extending the statute of limitations for victims to file sex abuse lawsuits. President Trump is set to.

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Va. state trooper, drug suspect shot to death during home search

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Va. state trooper, drug suspect shot to death during home search

"Response a state trooper gunned down in Virginia. Fox's Tanya j powers. Has more lives. Even happened in Cumberland county about fifty miles west of Richmond. When the Virginia state police tactical team was helping the Piedmont regional drug and gang task force service. Search warrant late yesterday Connie Geller with the Virginia state police says that's when someone inside the home started firing shots troopers. Members of the tactical team was shot trooper Lucas be Dowell a native Virginian died at the hospital. The shooter inside the home was

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"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"This morning with our first weather and temperatures that are in at least the single digits, and I see some negatives on the board this morning, Dan. That's right. The warm spot in the state along the Delaware day in Cumberland county, twelve degrees. The cold spot in Sussex county, sixteen below. Oh that is what the thermometer says the wind chill as cold as minus twenty in New Jersey. We haven't been this cold in quite some time. So you'll be doing some serious bundling up layers today we'll have to watch out for black ice as well. Residual from yesterday's snow squalls and just think one thoughts today wind chill advisory for all twenty one counties in New Jersey until ten o'clock. The bitter cold has officially gripped us here. Highs only upper teens today the wind chill. No better than about zero all day. It'll be sunny dry and breezy frigid again tonight with one important difference. Calmer winds lows in the single digits, but the wind chill only near zero on seasonably cold again tomorrow with light winds, lower twenties skies become mostly cloudy could be a bit of snow tomorrow afternoon. Even some light accumulations in south jersey, right now, Trenton three fairlawn one and ralway is three. Jersey's first news five oh, two again, schools closing or delaying their start the latest at nj one zero one five dot com or our free mobile app. And as Dan has been warning take this cold seriously, if you're sending the kids to the bus, stop this morning, hats, scarfs gloves frostbite Concetti rapidly on any exposed skin. Governor Murphy asking you to prepare for the bitter cold, please be smart and safe. If it looks like ice, it probably is take it easy on the roads. And better yet stay where it is warm firefighters had to battle this cold as well as a massive fire that.

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"cumberland county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"To the to local stakeholders for them to work with another group of students worked with the Cumberland county planning department to look at the planning department has to update our natural hazard mitigation plan in the coming year in the students did research to help them think about. How might the risks from climate change of fact, the way they plan for and try to mitigate the hazards that people living in the county face. So those are some examples of the way that we're getting students out in into the community and really working on real authentic important challenging problems that our community is is trying to navigate and figure out how to manage better. What's been the reaction of the students? I assume that students who choose to go to consent or already sort of somewhat interested in this. But how are they sort of adopting that into their own lives is this seen as sort of a net positive by the students, and what do you expect them for them taking that into their careers beyond concern? Yes, you know, as you can imagine there's a wide range of responses from students on so when I first came to Dickinson ten years ago there, you know, very definitely the first year couple years. I was here. There were some vocal students who really questioned this and. You know, in some ways, you know, some of the seniors that first year were saying, hey, you know, this is not the Dickinson that I came to. This is not this is not the the kind of institution that. I thought I was coming to they were in the minority, but they were Bogle now ten years later, the students who come to Dickinson are finding the sort of information that you described in the introduction that they're aware that sustainability is a core. Value of what we do at Dickinson, and it's going to be part of their education here. And so it's not a surprise to anyone who who comes to our institution. So that being said there are some students who embrace this and make it very much part of of who they are what they're about other students whose attitudes are more sort of a live and let live kind of thing of. It's not what excites them, but they're happy that somebody's doing this. They're probably a few students, but I don't interact with him for much. They don't come and talk to me and seek me out those who might take a a very different view on sustainability. What would your hand from the lack of learn for other institutions, specifically other universities? I know there's no like real easy..

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"cumberland county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"cumberland county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"And when you look at those goals, and all of these are under that that umbrella that rubric of sustainable development included in there are goals for ending poverty, ending hunger, improving gender equity improving equity in a variety of other ways. So with the UN having come out with these new sustainable development goals that provides very concrete way that we can communicate to our students that look it's not just Dickinson were of professor saying that these issues of social. Justice or part of sustainability. This is something that one hundred ninety plus governments around the world have set. So what are some of the ways you you talked about going into the working with the community as one of the things that is something that is good about what to consent can do because of the kind of community that it's in. So what are some of the ways that students are actually engaging with the community and not just within the college itself, we had a course lasts last spring a year ago that was on issues of of food, and poverty and the students in that class worked with some community organizations to do an assessment of food security in Cumberland county, Cumberland county is is the county in which Carlisle is located. So the students were doing a research on you know, what percentage of of the population is food secure food insecure challenges issues in you know, obtaining, sufficient nutritious, food, what are the issues that people face? What kinds of resources are? We are here to help people with those challenges and kind of laying out, you know, some possible responses and options for it. So that they produced a report at the end of the semester that has gone to our local government as well as some community organizations. And so that's something we're there, you know, the community is now looking at what possible actions, they might take one follow up to that was in the fall, we had another course on social innovation and entrepreneurship for seniors in which couple of students in. That course were then looking at there's a one of the neighborhoods of Carlisle and the north side of town, which is an area of, you know, large percentage of the population of the households. There are low income living at or near the poverty level. There's also no grocery store in that part of town, and it's been called a food desert, which is a, you know, a complex idea that there's some some disagreement about just you know, what that means. But it's an area of the community where there isn't a supermarket readily accessible without a. Car. And so the students were doing research that would help that we've got a former factory site. That's a brownfield and they were doing marketing studies and research on is out of viable location for supermarket to locate. And that information is now being made available to our economic Development Corporation for the county for them to work with I taught a course in the fall, it's called building sustainable communities. I had students doing research projects and teams one team. Also, followed up on on these issues of food security and food access and we're looking at challenges of being able to walk or bike to supermarkets to food stores from that north side neighborhood, and they did a survey of about one hundred and fifty of the residents in in the community to learn about what kinds of issues they face in trying to get to to the grocery stores that are in Carlisle. I'd another group of students working with the. The Cumberland airy economic Development Corporation on workforce development that there's a lot of interest multiple organizations here are working on looking at. How can we do a more holistic integrated approach to help those who are struggling to find a.

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Bald eagles continue to thrive in New Jersey

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Bald eagles continue to thrive in New Jersey

"From one nesting pair in the nineteen eighties to now more than two hundred the bald eagle population continues to make impressive recovery's in the garden. State. The latest annual report counts two hundred and four nest sites throughout New Jersey. Over two hundred and it continues recovery that's taken place over the last three decades gave it Wheeler. With conserve wildlife foundation of New Jersey describes the Delaware bay. Coastal regions, Salem and Cumberland counties in particular has jerseys bald eagle heaven despite the much healthier population. Numbers today, bald eagles are still on New Jersey's

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Why the Carolinas may face even more danger in Florence's floodwaters

Mark Levin

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Why the Carolinas may face even more danger in Florence's floodwaters

"Losing some steam as it moves inland now downgraded to a tropical depression, but that storm still posing a danger with torrential rain and catastrophic flooding in Fayetteville North Carolina residents living along to rivers being ordered to get out before rivers crafts mandatory deadline for residents near the Cape. Fear river and little river to evacuate as quickly approaching Cumberland county assistant manager, Tracy Jackson. Those who reside in the area facing minute danger from the flood waters that will arrive saying until the three pm Sunday deadline county officials are going door to door telling people they are at risk and need to evacuate. Gotta make your decision. You can't hesitate. They've also rolled out a new website and map so people can type in their address and see if they're in the flood zone.

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