23 Burst results for "FFA"

"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 6 months ago

"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have you heard from the national FFA the national future farmers of America organization do they agree with you And are they taking steps to rein in this kind of behavior They put out a letter that they sent to all advisers across the country last night And it did not want to mention racism It did explain that they are aware of things and that they are acting to conduct an investigation behind the scenes but it doesn't talk much about getting the proactive changes that we need to see And it really doesn't seem to address a lot of the hurt that a lot of us have experienced there to say over the years And you're an FFA member right I'm an FA adviser Yeah sure Okay Well with my own students So the 95th year anniversary next year I think is going to be maybe more closely watched I really am glad that you are there watching and reporting I'll post a link on my Facebook page I'm WGN king John to what you wrote Is there another way to reach out to you or to read what you wrote It's on my medium under my name natha Paris Okay so go to medium dot com and look for Natasha Paris Fascinating story really well written by the way And I'm glad you took some time to join us Thank you Natasha Thank you Have a great day Want to hear how I almost got off the naughty list this year I helped Santa say gazillions by having.

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A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel

Supporting Leaders

03:15 min | 1 year ago

A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel

"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long

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Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

"Very well. Kick it off with an item from cnn says learjet once the goto private plane for celebrities is ending production. How their jetty courses owned by bombard. Aa they say that they will stop production later. This year bombarded said that they will concentrate on the challenger and global aircraft which are more profitable but The company's gotta interesting history David started in one thousand nine hundred sixty two by bill. Lear and i think entry into service was nineteen sixty three for the longest time. It was the ultimate status symbol. Business jet i mean it. It's been shows up in song. Like carly simon song and it was flown by the stars and it looked good. I mean it. it's kind of. It's kind of unfortunate that we're going to lose an aircraft that looked fast and and represented the elite all those years but it. It's been around a long time. Originally goes back to a company that lear formed called swiss american aircraft corporation located in in switzerland but that That didn't last too long and were were moved but i understand that the first learjet was actually adapted from a nineteen fifties swiss ground attack fighter. Aircraft the ffa p sixteen so. I wasn't aware that origin till a little bit of research today. It's a class of aircraft that most as this article points out that most people don't want it's holds five to seven And it you know anybody who wants a fast business jet once more people so there. We're talking about globals and challengers so I guess it's just it's time has come on for and just unfortunate 'cause it's always been one of my favorite aircraft up including my nineteen seventy-two matchbox sky busters earlier jet bright little yellow and white body. So they will be missed. So i'm sure they'll be flying around for a long time well. And there's another factor as well to and you're talking about the five to six place said jet market and that is that the non three hundred of which they've sold about five hundred now is lower price so i think they just got Undercut by the competition also the fbi non one hundred which is even less expensive. So that's part of the changing market Now we've talked on the show years about the restructuring of bombay and they've been selling off in a low performing units. They've had a huge amount of debt to pay down. Which is why they've been selling them off. We talked here about when they sold the series their airliner which was sold off to airbus. And this is going to be Job cuts all over the place in a separate article. I saw that. I think about three hundred people will lose their jobs in wichita allow the production is based another arrest. Seven hundred i think are being lost in either quebec or ontario of because there's some being lost in both provinces i forget which one was the most but one was seven hundred and the other was a one hundred so big impact All the way around it does really make party a instead of the cult conglomerate that it was with all kinds of different things including a railcar business very much a single business entity and we've talked in the past how feel a lot of the business jet companies. They've gotten multiple businesses Textron's a great example And so this is really gonna make them highly subject to the you know the ups and downs of the market and fortunately the markets in an upturn business jets are selling well but boy. This'll be a real challenge for them. The future i think when there's a downturn in the market bill. Lear william powell. Lear was also an interesting guy course. he's He died longtime ago in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight. So it's been it's been quite a while and we've mentioned before that he actually invented the eight track Which many of our Younger listeners are not gonna know what that is. Tell us what is that. Because i don't know what an eight track is. I had one of those In my truck. Back in the let's see would have been in the Early seventies but he was a self taught engineer. But you know what. I didn't realize is that he was actually a call. Your trophy winner. But not for the learjet. Do you know what he won the collier trophy for david. No i didn't know he won a collier trophy. He did for the f. five autopilot. The autopilot was for the lear jet. Not for an f five. That was a test david. You passed double checking very good man. So yeah now bombarded says that they're going to continue to to support the aircraft ecorse encouraging and really to be expected But yeah it's kind of sad to see an old name like that disappear all right we have From marketwatch archer aviation gets one billion dollar order from united airlines on the same day announces. A deal to go public Max united airlines united is getting interested in vitale aircraft.

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"ffa" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

The Python Podcast.__init__

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ffa" Discussed on The Python Podcast.__init__

"We have libraries that only exist in python, but don't exist in rust. So a new service that needs some capability even though maybe rust would have been a better fit for it. We end up writing in python or vice versa for that matter sometimes, python would have been faster to get up and running. By. Breast happened to have the library that we needed because we just built for one language. So it can slow things down in cases like fat I'd say initially certainly when when those first base libraries had to be built twice that was a bit of a time sink, but it's always faster building it the second time I just ported one of our libraries over to rusty was a couple of days of work whereas building the library. The first time was probably about two weeks. So you know there is a cost by I think it's worth it. The benefits we get by choosing rushed where it makes sense in choosing python where it makes sense have been well worth paying so. And in terms of community engagement, how has that split played with people who are interested in using and contributing to the system? That's a good point and probably one of the harder trade offs because our end user ideally doesn't have to know a whole bunch of programming languages and really the number of people who know Python and rust and our insecurity. It's not a big group of people all by any means. So for that reason, we you understand that there's going to be a larger barrier to entry. This is where I'm really hopeful for that. High. Oh. Three FFA approach where we can build up a system that looks like it's entirely python. Right like all python on top and then under the hood, we can do the work of maintaining those implementation details and the things that you know open source contributors probably aren't going to need to get their hands into any ways. We can take that and put it into rust get all that nice performance instability, but the interface will be really nice and high level..

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"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So what are those numbers Steve that the arrows are pointing up the Dow is up three hundred ninety six points the nasdaq up fifty six and the S. and P. five hundred up thirty three and the orient Samuelson joins you now for a quick look at some of the market news hello okay in the agricultural commodity market activity today the July week contract is up three and three quarters cents a bushel July corn on the other hand is down a penny a bushel and then the July soybean contract is up five and a half cents a bushel livestock futures Chicago mercantilist change the June lean hog contract down three dollars seventy five cents a hundredweight June live cattle contract is up forty cents a hundredweight and the August feeder cattle contract is up eighty cents a hundredweight we continue to get cancellation news from some of the summertime of bands including the FFA convention FFA convention for the state of Illinois will look a lot different this year it'll be a virtual convention the first thing I have ever done and they'll start those sessions on June ninth then we will continue until June eleventh but I will be in Springfield but it will be virtual and if you go on your FFA you site they'll be able to give you instructions on how to watch the FFA convention another rose county fair cancellation yesterday but deeply affects of the Chicago land area do page county fair at Wheaton will not be held this year earlier we had heard about the ogle county fair being canceled this year the Wisconsin state fair is canceled this year we're still waiting for word for from Indiana and from Illinois the state their futures in both states and then finally export news exporters book deals to ship a hundred and eighty six thousand tons of soybeans to unknown destinations but the analysts said today he said it was likely going to China even though the tensions are mounting between the two countries over trade and the everybody however is thinking that it is trying to according to be been Everett who is with I. N. T. L. FC stone private John need Chinese companies had inquired about prices for new crop Gulf coast shipments yesterday according to word from traders who have knowledge of what's going on in the U. S. China trade situation that's your money seven twenty WGN at McDonald's was still here take even though a lot has changed to know some things have changed at all this summer's cable news returns in prime time fifty five hundred journalists over a hundred and ten.

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"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Code nineteen pandemic continues FFA members and FFA alumni across the country continue to do what they do best and that is serving in feed America and joining us now is Brendan kale a western Boone County FFA officer Brandon how are you yeah I'm good tell me a little bit about you do you have an agriculture background yeah so my great aunt and great uncle they farm area over Illinois so I'll get pretty state with their farming techniques and I have a life like now that are kind of my passion like that not a lot I think that's pretty cool a good way to go to school I gotta go western them and what grade are you in I think that's great do you okay so you've got a ways to go so what do you think you do you would you want to keep that agriculture in your future and for your career yes I'd like to go into the the livestock field whether it's production raising nutrition somewhere in the field well tell us about how if you know it's covert nineteen has affected the agriculture community in western Boone County it definitely has affected the the dairy market quite heavily I think farmers dumping their milk which I'm losing their production many farmers haven't been able to use other means much because the new president plans to close to prevent contamination or anything of that sort so yeah you can it's definitely been a huge impact in the community do you guys are doing something about it and I just think this is such a great idea tell us about milk and meat for Boone County that the western Boone County FFA kicked off earlier this week tell us what how this works if the campaign funded by donations along with our own our own pledge every thousand dollars if physically challenging the community to come together and support support local food pantries at Indiana farmers we did this by taking donations from other people and putting it towards buying meat and milk from the blokes for the local food pantries along with buying meat from local places just kind of support to it the local farmers Indiana farmers and keep them up and running I think that's terrific and so you guys started this campaign this week so what have you been able to do this week in particular because this is something that's going to continue on for a few weeks yes so we had an immense amount of support whether on social media and the governor supported as national face the court address we had we had lots of donations we reached we already restarted circle seventy five hundred dollars or extending it to ten thousand dollars while so it's just been great we were not expecting that the massive port this fast and we're still going to try to continue for months to come we've got in contact with them no killers and me and me sellers locally so that we can support them it's really great it's really great so you said on social media so if anybody's interested because you raise the bar a little bit so if anybody is interested in helping the FFA with this program milk and meat for Boone County do they just go how did they find you are how can they help you unlike the western been SSA on on Facebook and you'll see links to be donations for Michelle Payne Facebook so.

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"ffa" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"It's a big deal to have ninety years of FFA program in one chapter and doesn't matter whether it's in Bassett thank you Sir but kudos to the administration the leaders and we had several of the past ag advisors here at the celebration yesterday by the way kicking off national FFA week that's correct and I mean it's such a memories of the owner and so forth to me and I'll never forget the letter that I got the mail and it said that I'd made state farmer because I was the youngest of four brothers and we had all made the degree and I don't know whether who is proud of myself for my parents guessing you were feeling a little bit of pressure it could be there were several things that the older brothers prepared me for one of them was she pretended the superintendent was on hand well no no we were the first step to recovery mission on told yes yes absolutely and even even his I'd never do I say discipline and so forth it meant much to me later in life because now I understand but I am in business what did business and I've been bought out but I have everything has to do with agriculture in my life and the people if you realize what it takes and I get so upset what these people do not understand what livestock the only animal that god created the could make something out of this nothing this request for anything else they can make into something wholesome and I get to sell a product here again the stuff that helps me to and I'm very very proud of that what reporter what the FFA prepared me for Dave I don't think I've ever said it better but you know how many people drive through Nebraska and they say there's just nothing out there and yet in that nothing out there families for generations turned out nothing into what people need food fiber from service until their central supply I'm.

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"ffa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Are and then they do have to defend some of those placings using oral reasoned so after that whole day judge classes they give oral reason then there's there's generally an awards program where they get awards based on the team that placed the classes the best and the teams that topped the best sets of oral reasons so what do you do when a team has different experience levels or say you know a couple of team members have been judging for awhile and maybe a couple of others are relatively the new to it well i'm used to working with that so it's most often that all the students that i work with are very new to horse judging their first experience experience to it and their first exposure to it was our intro spring class at michigan state university so every once in a while we'll have a couple that are pretty familiar they in four h. r. FFA and those ears are great because i'm able to those students as examples or mentors for the less experienced students one thing that i like to do you can tell when the students start working together some will rise to the top some of your more more talented students or some that are better giving oral reasons or better placing so what i like to do with oral reasons is make sure that the different team members have the opportunity to hear each other oral reasons and learning from your peers is one of the best ways to learn and to remember different tips which when you're coaching horse judging team what are the keys to being successful and also making sure that the members enjoy it as a coach i feel like one of the keys to being successful is just be fair with your team members let them know early on what your expectations are which is really easy for me because i have a syllabus right at the beginning but if you were even coaching for eighteen it's not a bad idea give them an agenda for say your practice even when you expect to practice what you expect from them what you expect of yourself and when those are laid out really clearly it can be a whole lot more fun and then when those expectations nations are not but it will be easier to approach that subject because you laid those outright at the beginning i like to be really fair with my students but i also like like to be their friend watch them grow and hopefully develop relationship beyond the team and i have ended up in my extension i have a lot of volunteers now through my different teams that i've coached a lot of them want to stick around and help in any way that they can and so i'm able to utilize their talents in extension and that was because i was very clear at the beginning what my expectations were of them i ended up becoming a mentor to them and vice versa and so how i keep them around we'll tell you thank you so much for joining us today thanks for having me that's taylor favors an extension.

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Handicapping the Breeders' Cup

In The Gate

09:33 min | 2 years ago

Handicapping the Breeders' Cup

"It is finally here the world championships the Breeders Cup for the thirty six time and for the tenth time at Santa Anita it's time to handicap the world championship hip and for that we bring into our experts one we've had regularly and one for the first time we welcome back Ed Derosa of the brisket handicapping service and for the first time we bring in Molly Joe Rosen we followed her on twitter a lot it's good to finally bring her onto the show so again we said we're not going to handicap all of these races were GonNa pick the seven or so that we think have really good competition and will go with those and we'll start on the Friday card with the juvenile a race that has been diminished a bit with the defection of one of the early favorites Max field for Godolphin so we're really left with three big horses here to talk about Denis's moment the favourite eight rings and Scabbard Dennis's moment has been very consistent through his writer in his debut and then just missed a track record at Ellis Park can you really call a two year old and overwhelming favourite. What do you think here let's start with molly I think it's right open race I could not touch horse at eight to five not as you said not with two year olds you know making third and fourth fifth career starts I mean to me that just is crazy and I love him think he's phenomenally talented could wind up being the second coming of Secretariat obviously he's a freak of nature having won his to really his to start saying oh he's got that through the writer and the debut but you know he's one by twenty one lane I mean you can't knock a horse like that Dale is great with these types of horses he's prepped well he's looked great you know you take nothing away from him but eight to five in a eight Horsfield because not a MAC field scratch I can't touch a horse at eight five I do think it is a really wide open race I'm GonNa look at other horses you know take nothing away from eight rings also a horse who has done nothing wrong also worth who lost a job I do think a horse like scabbard for me is more interesting this is a horse who breaks his maiden by five then steps up and they had some has some learning to do and Eddie neely is great with these types of horses and I think if you're looking for price and you don't WanNa go towards one of the more so obvious sources for me a horse like Scabbard who's on the improve has really done nothing wrong in his career but you know seems to have maybe you have to overcome some some tendencies to find rebel trips of course to me like Scabbard is super intriguing? Ed What do you think well we're we're going to write off the rip because I'm all in on Dennis's moment and he's the only horse I'm using molly Jo Sung as praises appropriately and with the scratch AMAC's field unfortunately is is backers aren't even eight to five now so if that wasn't good enough for you Molly Joe I'm sure you're not gonna be happy with even money or six to five but the this horse You know the maiden win at Alice just blew everyone stores off so what can you say super professional in the Iroquois though defacto second career start I read got a handle for this horse got to test drive them so to speak and we've seen Dale ship out to the who've no at Santa Anita perform well with not this time it was second do horse I had a lot of respect for classic empire so I think he's early the horse to be an in a very competitive Friday car he's my big single day I'm with Molly I think scabbard had some trouble in finishing second today this is moment in the Iraq war and I think it's GonNa come down to those two I'm not discounting Dennis as moment but I think scabbard has to be more seriously considered than five to one lead move to the filly and mare sprint I'm really torn here about cafe when we get to the Saturday card I mean she won the Edgewood and the Miss preakness so maybe I'm not as impressed as other people are by the way she runs ed can she run her race from the rail She can for me either the bigger question and the rail is a question the bigger question is is shipping out west and she is not coming for a bar and that is it's been out there very long Dale with Dennis's moments that we talked about shipped out about a week ago see Asmussen's been there with his crew for seven her week so I am eager to see how horses on Friday to that hadn't chipped in versus the ones that have been there awhile local horses etc if I perceive a bias in that regard that might sway me offer as the favorite I will say on raw talent I absolutely think she is the best filly in this field for test was incredible energy titan or Churchill albeit against lesser was what you would want to see he coming into a race like this offer race like the test so I'm a believer but keeping an open mind and this is one of those cases where I am going to use information as it becomes available throughout the Friday card to see how liberal liberal I wanNA use her on Saturday molly what do you make of come dancing I'm not saying how do they poll she's got two and a Half Lake leaving don the destroyer next toward the inside at third special relativity first half of the year then the second half clearly has talent what do you make of her you know she's obviously you know a a really really lovely horses cool to see Carlos Martin on the big stage I I've known Carlos a real long time and he's just a phenomenal horsemen and She did have you know crazy good first half of the year her her win margins were certainly bigger flashier there was certainly more space there but running second to midnight visa in the VIPs you know other than that she's comeback her ballerina was beautiful her gallant bloom was beautiful I do worry a little bit about whether or not she can run in a straight I'm and that especially at Santa Anita we've seen over the years what was her name the Philly that ran second to beholder in the the distaff I wanNA say executive privilege we've seen horses who may not be able to run in a straight line not get there in time Santa Anita in the past and that concerns me a little bit when you do have other really consistent Phillies in here like FFA ed do you see attention long shot here in this race because I'm not loving come dancing I liked but don't love cafe what about dawn the destroyer will become a from the back and I guess you were saying you gotta see the Friday card to see whether anyone really can close at Santa Anita but what do you think about a long shot here that's actually and afterward oh so is this a matter where if you don't like the two favorites you chuck them and use them all I could see that as a strategy especially if you really where let's move to the turf to the mile not the dirt mile we'll get to the dirt mile let's go to the Turf Mile and here you've got to Phillies the headliners got stormy and Uni but now you've got circus maximus with a real European threat here it's not been the best year for eight and O'Brien really do you trust circus maximus here not in any way shape size or form and not at that price just in case you're wondering if I

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"ffa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Areas I wanted an FFA really a big one for them wow because of the Martin County shared her in and karma I can't she won all kinds of stuff for that the end of who gave me Gronk right away killed I killed here I am a killer yeah as you signed this ticket dad I'm just saying zero eight Gail Canada is trying to kill people offer at least leave them and and literally just leave them yeah last week we had the lady she fell asleep it was a short flight it was and like an hour flight as the plane was kinda empty she laid across three seats fell asleep she woke up it was dark she was the only one left in the plane ride was night time she finally for things flashlight in the cockpit and then and figure out how to open up the door and realizes I'm fifty feet above the ground track down some luggage guy he comes to her rescue and now this yeah this one was worse I think because it was an older lady and all and they said they were coming back for you wait right here will go right back to three hours later lady still wait and that's crazy they just laughter and here's the daughter speak you'll hear the mom here in a little bit but my here's the daughter listed the last thing she says the one where you think this is going from here so I just told my mom I'm coming back so sit down when it gets here and I'll be back I did cry I was very very scared she was totally broken when she got off that plane okay that's when you know lawsuits coming she was totally broken well I don't think mom was broken with still water and every go the I'd be live it well I want to be crazy but totally broken goes fifty thousand to two hundred fifty thousand that's what that's what I'm thinking damages that said that what's wrong with them maybe you know what a friend of mine's a flight attendant for their candidate should caller ID so you guys are like an contract dispute in the air doing this kind of stuff on purpose to prove your worth these are so reason I was gonna say was because the hockey playoffs were on but they're all over with you know it's like at all police are up I got all good to go but that's not the case I don't know what's going on here better all things it's Canada Day did you know there's such a thing I know not until I walked in this morning and.

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"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Just religious. It's well the totality of society, that's the problem with the equality act. It's not about being equal at all. At all. Well, she's getting blowback because people think she's culturally, appropriated clearness Taylor swift being accused of cultural appropriation. It comes for everybody. Tweet WIP seeing mobile news on the level on the go. They're still looking for the shooter rod county. Here's what's trending at twelve thirty. A man described by police to be in his forties, is recovering in the hospital after being shot multiple times early this morning. On the west side of indie shooting happened, if a deer cross apartments near thirty eight th street and eagle creek Parkway around one thirty the man was taken to the hospital in serious condition. But his injuries are believed to be not life threatening. Police are still investigating are still working on a description of a suspect. The ninetieth will Indiana FFA state convention is underway in west Lafayette, all of Indiana's, nearly twelve thousand five hundred FFA members are invited to the convention at Purdue University. The convention includes contests like livestock, judging public, speaking, and food, science, Ashley Fowler. Ninety-three WIBC mobile news comment on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIB's capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. Doc Graham street and in the khaki shorts your energy, Bill went up sixty percent this month. Stand.

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"ffa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's not. It's not. That's not quite true Norris. Meanwhile, says the FFA remained because I'm gonna mash that out on the switch, and that's what I would have raising Norris using the remake. I mean much like what Robbie was going through theft, seven, I was preparing myself for the FFA remake to get an hours. I was going to be very upset about it. And instead I got what I've always wanted is in a remastered of it that looks awesome. Yeah. I have to say that I am very impressed with every lake comparative screen shot that I've seen. Right. Like, I think the debt is really where it hammers home, the difference, that this remastered is going to have on the final product. And then we even got super producer Christine in on it as well. What was her favorite part? She said, Kia new no really other than to inspire punk. I'm excited for animal crossing finally a release date, by the way, those are both great answers. I mean obviously for animal crossing fan you've been waiting on getting the release date for ages. And. Yeah. Who didn't Mark out when Keno? Absolutely. Every single person is freaking out about cyberpunk twenty seventy seven if not for the game itself, then for Kiato you're listening to checkpoint. XP sports, and gaming radio wanted to give everyone listening on the hawk thirteen forty in Wenatchee Washington, as well as the fan, ninety seven point one in Columbus, Ohio. We're going to get to your responses on social media in just a second. But Sarah, I gotta know first from you, what was your most exciting announcement out at three cookie already? Said it so darn you but no cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. You're not going to see me on April sixteenth of next year. You're not gonna see me, particularly big fan of the Witcher series. No. But I've always been a big fan of how they've developed it. Okay. How the world has been like, again, I haven't planned myself, I think the problem is that by the time I heard about three. It was like other looks really cool, but I don't wanna play one two. Have.

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"ffa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Love those dairy fund fax great way to celebrate June is dairy month. We are back here on our FD, Eleanor, I'm Rita Frazier President Trump says, in a hopeful sign for renewed trade talks with China that expects to meet with president, gee, on the sidelines of G twenty summit in Japan later this month are FD Washington correspondent, that k reports Trump speaking to reporters in the Oval Office during a meeting with Poland's president. Now says he plans to meet with China's vision ping this month. The g twenty summit in Japan a positive sign for zooming and completing the stalled trade deal with China. We expect to have a meeting with presidency. We're doing very well with respect to China. We take it in billions and billions of dollars, which we'd never took in before the tariffs are been. Been very strong. We have twenty five percent of two hundred fifty billion dollars. I have a feeling that we're going to make a deal with China because I really don't believe that China wants to continue the problem that they really caused themselves. Presidencies stole deal was mostly done when China reneged on things they don't really agree to, and he's ready to tear, if the remaining three hundred twenty five billion in China's goods, if they don't make a deal and Trump says Mexico must also make good on its word to beef up steps to combat illegal immigration to the US from Central America Mexico, does a great job, then you're not gonna have many people coming up if they don't then we have face to face to is very tough, but I think they're gonna do good. You part of a one page deal with Mexico that Trump waved before reporters outside the White House, Tuesday, and was captured on film and blown up by a Washington Post reporter. A paragraph said Mexico has forty five days to take strong action against my grin traffic. Trump suspended threatened five percent monthly tariffs upon the deal that could have ended hopes for ratifying the US Mexico, Canada agreement worth an estimated two point two billion new US farm trade alone for the RFID radio network man K on Capitol Hill. Thanks, man. The Illinois FFA invention wraps up today. But now without one of the most exciting events of the three day event, Springfield the election of the state, FFA officers, Katie Spangler has been at the FA convention the past couple of days and as caught up with many essay errors and successful champions -education for our FD radio network. I'm Katie Spangler. The ninety first Illinois FFA convention. And with the latest GRANDE, who is a pittsfield FFA member. Hugh are the state, proficiency winner in agricultural education. He's a little bit about your essay and how it felt to be a state winner. Yeah. So my essay, I work with second grade students with a monthly program, this year, I've expanded to include advocating agriculture education with legislators and budget hearings. Testimony and I've also expanded to include a little bit with the fame members in our high school freshman, as well as the kindergarten students. We also incorporated a program for them. That's really awesome. It sounds like you are an incredibly involved, FFA member. You've had a lot of really neat experiences. Can you tell us a little bit about some of your favorite experiences, even FFA all for years of high school, so just a little snippet of your time in the FFA? My favorite event, probably pay is always national convention. So my sophomore year, national convention to participate in the national anthem baby end and I was really fun. And then my junior year I got to represent my chapter as a Representative for one of the Nash. Final words for building communities which we ended up winning that year. So those are probably my favorite experiences for my thing. Looking back on these last four years in FFA. How have these experiences shaped, who you are, as an FA member? Yeah. I've been an officer all four years while I was in high school. Green officer..

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"ffa" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Have island. Choose the marrow out. I let him on them. But they're only allowed to have them when I'm watching because then if hero choose up shards take him away. Yeah. Those are good. They'll do that. When my friend does the FFA thing. Cows. Hey, don't get some of the bones yet. A lot of times if any of our listeners are looking for them. If you go into the butcher at your grocery store lot of times, they'll save them. Or now, they sell them is in the soup is a soup bones. And I like to get them with a little meat on them. And and some Mero because you know, extra nutrition for the dog this don't give them cooked. No, no, cook bones like people used to. I remember as a kid never thought. Until now there you know, you have ribs in big ones. And I remember it would give it to our lab. And luckily, she wasn't in one that would shoot into start stuff, but she just cleaned. It all nice and we'd throw it away at that point. Luckily, you know, but I would not do to these guys turtles and definitely the small chick like chicken boats way to shattering no Turkey bones would make sure that carcasses out of your dogs potential reach. I have some lovely Fred's. They're not dog people. Can't they're lovely people. And he's the one that give the traits. I can't tell you how many bags of things I've thrown away over the years. Yeah. Oh, thank you so much for the Santa Claus bag of treats choice made in China. And soon as they leave them like there's not one thing in this bag. I would give my dog Russia made in China and read the ingredients. You will find these put together packages for the holidays of something for you know? And that's with look how nicely it's package talk. He looks at the red bow. And it's different shade in the Roth rawhide candy came. Yeah. Yeah. And he started reading.

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"ffa" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Com radio. I'm Lee Mattis just had the mazing vincis with filled with people. It was totally surreal. I was definitely not even expecting an all lot of excitement this week with the ninety first annual Tennessee FFA convention in Gatlinburg and on the closing. Session. A new slate of state officers were installed Taylor. Campbell of the David Crockett FFA chapter will serve as the state president. It's been a total. A fantastic journey of experience so much personal growth because my freshman year. I was extremely shy. I didn't talk to anybody. And I've just been elected state president. So it's very surreal, and I can't get quite wrap my head around it right now. But I'm very very excited for what your whole serving alongside Taylor. Campbell. Will be John Ryan scarlet of the Jefferson County chapter. He will serve as state treasurer. And this was an especially event will convention for John Ryan, he was also named the state's star farmer of the year one of the highest honors for FFA members. It's a huge honor to be able to receive that award. And I'm just honored and humbled by the Tennessee FFA. Helping me do achieve that. I've had a lot of help. And a lot of the board along the way, especially my advisors, Mr. Maples at a Martin you're inside field. Whereas my parents ever scarlet, and John Neal Scarlata, I couldn't have done it without that support system and. I wanna thank every single one of them. John Ryan's father, John Neal. Scarlet was named star farmer at the nineteen Eighty-three state convention the rest of this year's new officer class or Travis Stewart. The Polk County the eastern us vice-president Nathan mclardy of Macon county, the Middleton vice-president. Caroline girton the Perez FFA west Tennessee, vice-president Austin, Wattenberg of.

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"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And it's kind of interesting when we look at the weekly export numbers for corn. Soybeans and wheat particularly corn and soybeans for the weekend in February fourteenth, very close together in the amount of corn and soybeans thirty seven million and seventy seven thousand bushels of corn exported in week thirty seven million eight hundred ninety three thousand bushel soybeans exported during that week and finally it's national FFA week. And this week covers is continuing its tradition of celebrating national Olympic they week by launching its fifth, and you will FFA essay contest three essay riders will be toes into receive seventy five hundred dollars. By thousand dollars and twenty five hundred dollars for their FFA chapters. The as a contest an opportunity for students to show their knowledge of and passion for the agricultural industry. And this year contestants are being asked to respond to this. The average age of a farmer in America is fifty eight why is it important for more young people to get involved with agriculture. Why should they be excited to join the agricultural industry? If they members encouraged to submit essays of one thousand words or less at Colbert's dot com slash as a contest, they have until April eighth to get their essays entered in this competition and. That's your money on seven twenty WGN. Thanks, very much, Oregon. You'll Steve Bertrand here. It's the.

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"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the United States. It's the beginning of national f- f a week. Week long tradition which began in nineteen forty eight a group of young farmers founded the FFA in nineteen twenty eight in Kansas City, and that organization has been influencing generations that agriculture is more than planting and harvesting it involves science business and a whole lot more and many of you listening this morning are products of the FA and also four age, and I say, those are the two greatest teaching organizations for young people whether they're in agriculture or not here in the United States, but F F A back in nineteen forty eight. When this all started and today, the next generation of leaders who will change the world are members of the FFA this top school based youth leadership development in the nation. FFA continues to help young people rise up to meet new cultural challenges by helping members develop their unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of career pathways FFA members our future leaders our future food, suppliers our future innovators and so much more. So six hundred and seventy thousand active members will be involved in talking about FFA and its contribution to the booth industry in the United States, and as I said, many of us are products of the FFA and to those F A advisors. We used to call the boa agriculture teachers vocational agriculture teachers, but now they're also F A advisors and the hats off to people who choose that as a career because. You have the ability, and it happens a great deal to change the lives of young people, and I can say that from experience because of the small high school in Wisconsin. Ninety six students sit on -tario high school. I was a member of the FFA didn't do very well in my supervise project work can raising dairy cattle and hogs, but my teacher. My adviser said, you know, maybe you should concentrate on voice communication and the entered me in the FFA public speaking contest. And I was lucky enough by my senior year to be one of the five state finalists in the bay. Speaking contested, Wisconsin. I came in fourth out of five in that. But it led me to the career that I've enjoyed since nineteen fifty two broadcasting in talking about agriculture so do all of the current FFA members. I hope you'll spend some time this week talking to people about whatever is all about what you do and share also the opportunity with young people who have not yet reached an age for FFA and encourage them to take advantage of all of the programs involving F F A. So take a moment and enjoy the week national f- f a week. My thoughts on Samuelson says presentation of tribute radio networks would nineteen minutes before six o'clock here on this Saturday morning, and we're going to talk markets with Bryce nor when we continue here on the Saturday morning show. We got a.

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"ffa" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Buzzard? I'm glad you asked because that's my favorite. They're the most fun to shoot, man. You got to have a thirty six or thirty thirty. And you get them when they're sitting on the big power lines against the blue horizon. And you gotta hitting right in the middle. And you hear a big, and they just fall over forward in a big puff of feathers. Illegal. I was gonna say legal illegal, but you can do it. Yeah. There's a lot of things you can do that are illegal. But but the question is if you understand the role of the buzzard in the ecological process, I don't know why you'd want to. That would makes me. It strikes me that we would that you would want the buzzard to to still be part of the process because it's it is an important part in God's plan that we have them there. So I I would suggest maybe don't do that would be me. But that's you know, that's just me. What do I know James go ahead? To all the teachers out there that are going to all the major shows that are coming up here. The next three months. All the teachers is that what you said. Sir. Well, I can be for that. I got an Email from somebody that with the Tombo FFA talking. Listen, I wasn't NF FA when I was in school. And you know, every when I was in school, we'd make fun of pretty much everybody the smokers Rover and the smoking section and everybody that wasn't in our social clique. We made fun of. But I will tell you. I think there are some important life lessons to be learned from raising an animal and from understanding the value of agriculture to our economy, and from understanding the personal sacrifice necessary to complete a project and the reward at the end, I'm glad we do FFA in the schools. I'm glad the kids are interested in it. And their interest is probably largely directly attributable to how good the teachers and advisers are to that. So I can be for that. Here's the FFA teachers all of.

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"ffa" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Information about a really interesting program. I'm Doug Stephan. With Jackie Allen brand who started the farm dog USA program in rural Missouri farm stands for pets, helping agriculture in rural Missouri. She and her husband abused dogs on their farm working the Cavaliers you're gonna imagine about the program has also found. I think purpose I guess is the best word for Jackie in four H programs. Yes. Would you be able to teach young kids are younger people interested in coming along? How to do this? You're you said you can't do it all yourself. So how about training some of the dogs with some of the younger farmers coming along and sort of match them up. Maybe it would be a way of people finding jobs. I just I just actually thought of that wondering. Sure, sure, we we used to have in two thousand kids we started working with some FFA students in being what we called puppy raisers, and we had a litter border collie pup, and we had them user at similar to their SAT project other supervised experience, and they raise the puppy for us for a year. And they worked with us gathered together and worked with on commands and just socializing, and then they had to give them back. A course after a year, which is hard art to release it after you get bonded with that dog. But they knew that it was for a good cause it was going to be trained for a farmer dealing with the disability. And of course, that makes them feel good that they had a part in that. So let's let's let's talk some about the farmers themselves with disabilities. Farmers who. Who maybe lost a leg? And imputation. We know there are accidents on the farm. I've seen plenty of farmers with one arm. We've all experienced because the farming business can be dangerous in equipment, right? Sometimes isn't respected. And there are accidents that happen on the farm. So what's the typical soda disability that you encounter where the dogs are going to be the most helpful? I'll give you some examples of dogs. We place with farmers. The the dog that we play out in Nebraska was a border collie. He was placed with the gentleman that is paralyzed from chest-down injured in an auto accident. And when he came to us, you know, he said the Cadillac respecting me, I'm sitting down lower in in my chair, and my wheelchair and the need something that will just may to to move. The cattle yet them from point A to point B and soaring, those sorts of things so so that was the partnership that has worked out. Well, we've placed dog with a woman that is legally blind eight is not a guide dog. She does have some sort of vision still, but she wanted to be more independent feel helpful to her husband on the farm what they're cow calf operation. So she'd been run over by a bowl bid four years ago. So one of her things was pleased train the dog to watch the gates while I'm helping. Feed. So she is helpful to her on the farm in being independent can help her her husband out. We have another lady that has lupus. Low energy level. She was constantly getting run over by her sheep when she would go out to carry the bucket to feed and we trained dog for her and named sue and as soon as sue came along the she parted the ways and Sheila kid could get in there and see without big knocked over every morning. So there's a variety of disabilities that are out. There course, arthritis is the most common common one, but there are people dealing with all sorts of auto immune disorders, and like you said the were amputations of sorts of things it's society. It's a reflection of society. I noticed that one of the articles that highlighted what the farm dog program is all about that some of the recipients are depressed. And there is that that we, you know, in terms of maybe a disability is people are if they're by themselves. I know some older farmers who buy them. Mm said live literally by themselves, and the dogs may be helpful in the farm, but they're also helpful and wonderful as companions they they become friends. Yes. I'm I'm really glad that you brought that up because they're always say we we train the dog tell physically, but they can also help emotionally as well. If a farmer has just gone through an accident or at dealing with an illness. You know, they've got the sometimes find other ways to farm, and there's a change and that can sometimes lead to depression and an peeling anxiety. And you're right dog is a good companion. A dog has to get up, and and be fed and and taken out and at the farmer has to get up and do those things. Had one farmer that went through chemotherapy and his dog stayed with him the whole time through the sickness. How dangerous is this? Would you say in terms of the jobs? The dogs have all animals. I was on a farm. The other day that specializes in helping save equine. It's it's amazing to see what you can do some of these some of these farms that are sanctuaries for animals in how you know, they they help them in many different ways. But I wonder about. Using them in those sorts of facilities as well. Yes. Well, I'm not sure how that would would go. There.

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"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ffa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Twenty seventh was unlike anything the city or the FFA had ever seen before for one thing. It was big really big it took over the Indiana convention center, bankers life Fieldhouse and Lucas oil stadium. And the crowd was a record breaker nearly seventy thousand strong and most of them packed into Lucas oil on the first night of the convention for a special FFA only Garth Brooks concert, but Garth wasn't the only big name to stop by the convention secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. My administration is expanding ships on the job training and vocational education in our public schools. How 'bout that the convention ended the day after the president's speech, but the FFA wasn't quite done making news in the circle city.

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How to maximize the value of flexible spending accounts

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:06 min | 3 years ago

How to maximize the value of flexible spending accounts

"Deadlines transaction you might wanna make for tax purposes for one thing also healthcare specifically something called flexible spending accounts, your company sets aside chunkier paycheck before taxes are taken out, and then you can use that money to pay certain medical expenses singer spending pretax dollars its way to get a bit more healthcare for your money. But FSA's were also kind of a gamble, right? Because if you don't use the money to set aside, you lose it. So with an eye firmly on the healthcare calendar. Marketplace's refinish your explains how FSA's came to be the way they are today. Maybe around this time of year, you are checking your flexible spending account, and maybe you are like first time user Celeste Smith. I had not used any my FSA up until December someone randomly mentioned it, and so she checked her balance with flexible spending account, you can sometimes carry over five hundred dollars into the next year. But for the most part if you don't use it, you'll lose it. I. Look this morning Saudi amount of money that I had in there as in all of it eight hundred dollars and within two hours. I had booked and attended a doctor appointment I have an appointment with a frames specialist later today. And then call you end up going and going out what other little things like sunscreen, and you know, what over the counter medication. Can I get with that critics of FSA's point out that you have for people who have thousands of dollars that they haven't used in December it often leads to a spike and unnecessary medical care expenditures. Rick Linquist is co author of the end of employer provided health insurance around eight percent of people leave money in their FSA's on average about one hundred and seventy two dollars their actual online stores whose sole purpose is to find ways to get people to spend their remaining money at the end of the year. So what will happen to the money? If you do not spend it what happens is it goes back to your lawyer. Paul front Ston is with the employee benefit research institute, it's to keep and they can use offset any losses, and there are losses because when you sign up for an essay, and you tell your employer to take out like twelve hundred dollars from your paycheck over the year. The employer has to make all that available on day. One of the new year before a cent has actually been taken out of your paycheck. I could say good Lasix surgery on January second Smith received on January third. Get reimbursed on the forfeit quit my job on fifth if that happens employers out, while dollars leftover money can also be used to pay for the administration of the plan. But why are there all these rules around FSA's at all what survives today is not logical because it wasn't really designed to exist. The way at now exists Dallas Salisbury is president of the long term care quality alliance. He's been in the benefits industry for almost five decades. He says FSA's started in the late. Seventies. Because a group of major employers in the country wanted to get out of paying for all of their employees health insurance the revenue act of nineteen seventy eight was passed allowing this to happen. The idea was at the time if you give people FSA's they would choose high deductible insurance plans that were cheaper for their employers in hindsight that package proved unsuccessful employees ended up demanding that employers pay most of their health insurance costs. They took the tax deductible FSA's and the government became concerned. It was losing too much tax revenue on these early FSA's. Congress came up with the use it or lose it rule in eighty six. It was purposefully put there to annoy and to limit use the IRS made rules about what expenses qualify in what don't care at it. Even more rules. You have to keep receipts fill out annoying forms. But all these years later, there is still an entire industry around using up FSA money and administering FFA. Plans and Americans are still saving money by using them. They put at least forty billion dollars into essays each year in New York. I'm sure from workplace.

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Stanley, Kirby And Chris Evans discussed on Lee Mathews

Lee Mathews

04:14 min | 3 years ago

Stanley, Kirby And Chris Evans discussed on Lee Mathews

"Never be another Stanley for decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape comfort, confidence inspiration, strength, friendship, and joy. Chris Evans, does not go on to say and a dandy paycheck for me. But, but that's but I think implied. He goes on to say he excluded. He exuded love and kindness, and we'll leave an incredible Mark on. So so so many lives Excelsior Evangeline, Lilly rights, STAN more than a master of stories. You also seemed like a master of living. I will look to you for inspiration for the rest of my life. You live on Xs and os from your wasp, Jimmy Kimmel rights at age seven. I drew a weird portrait of Stanley. And he includes a picture of the portrait in his Twitter post and goes on to say, I asked my mom to send it to him. Thankfully, she didn't because thirty plus years later, I got to give it to the great one in person. Thanks for all the funds Stam and hashtag Excelsior. Kevin. Smith says farewell, my friend. You're not only responsible for the boy, I was. But also the man I am today. And I will miss you all my days, and I know a lot of people feel. That way as well. You gotta think of it as one of your favorite if you're not a comic book. Geek, you've got to think of it. As one of your favorite authors has died or one of your favorite actors has died, especially when they've created so many great characters. That's what he was. He was authored, and he was a crater and the story guy who's producer as you know, in Hollywood. If he was in Hollywood, that's what he would have been a writer director producer everybody was in comics. So he was helping the guys, you know, shape stuff and come up with the name. He came up with the name Spiderman. Handed off to dicicco and Kirby. And then of course, they ran with it. And actually, drew everything. Yeah. But he came up with the concept and probably consultant on some of the plots. Exactly what he did. Yeah. Yeah. In the various obits. They've talked about over the years about, you know, who did what went in home, and we're talking about life in the fifties and sixties in New York City, and those buildings sure ideas flying all over the rooms. And who knows what came up with what you know. So when they had a bunch of baby boomers who didn't have a lot of limits. So they were just going to. They didn't have anything holding them back. Exactly. And that's Mike antelope canon, my producer, can you tell he's a comic con freak and do you have a collection of your own? That's I was more of a DC guy. But I did have three great marvel comics I had a Spiderman with. The in humans was trying to remember their name with the hint, humans that was Medusa the woman who had red hair that would make like an octopus, snakes, I had one with her and the cover ended up being the key scene and Spiderman two with Tobey Maguire when he stopped the train. The in the comic he was stopping the Coney Island roller coaster from. Okay. So that corporation the film that was cool to see that say a fantastic four. I was big fan of majestic four back in the seventies. I was a huge fan of them. Well, that is another one of the creations. So, and that's why he touched so many people, and there was a big fan of the X men are cartoon series in the nineties that ran pretty much back with the Batman nine. There's that excellent cartoon series Stanley was really proud of because they great job with the characters. Eight Portland thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. You may have heard over the weekend Oklahoma school SU well, it was it was a cash in school. They're FFA barn. Caught fire. And when I first heard it, I thought, Ooh, I hope it wasn't because some sort of heating element got too close to some. Hey, but as it turns out, the cash in school superintendent Sammy Jackson said Monday that after they announced that their barn had burned and that they had lost several show animals students have received

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Senate Confirms Pompeo 57-42

Nate Shelman

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Senate Confirms Pompeo 57-42

"At the canyon county fairs crowded as they are should four h and ffa clubs from ada county be allowed to show livestock there that's a question the county canyon county commissioners struggling with commissioner tom dale says they want to contribute to or they want to continue being good neighbours but the reality is there's just not enough room for everyone that wants to compete for those coveted blue ribbons but he says they're looking possibly expanding their facilities looking at the possibility of building an additional fair exhibit building down close to the ballfields it would potentially free up o'connor to be used solely for four h exhibits and we would move the commercial exhibitors down to this new building if it comes to pass he says they already have dedicated funds to us if they do decide to build a new exhibit hall he was cia director but now america's top diplomat the us senate voted fifty seven forty two confirm mike pompeo as secretary of state on the senate floor before the vote idaho senator jim risch says pompeo can be trusted as a member of the intelligence committee i have worked with director pompeii regularly and can personally for his accessibility in candor having worked with a number of cia director's over the years on the intelligence committee i can personally attest that director pompeo is at the top of the class for being open and straightforward mccabe ui marketwatch closing numbers on wall street the dow down eleven the nasdaq up one s and p five hundred up three news is brought to you by campaign credit union jay howell six seventy seventy.

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