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Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4
"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game
"This is native america calling. I'm tara gatewood. Joining us live from my homeland of sheer doing via skype and people are often inspired to pursue veterinary medicine because of their love for animals but being a veterinarian is much more than just caring for adorable puppies and kittens. it involves years of schooling in the sciences. Today we're looking into what it's like being a native veterinarian. Some vets work with house. Pets like dogs. Cats birds bets also work with livestock. And they're also in an important part of reducing outta control cat in dog populations in and around native communities our guests on the show today. We'll tell you there's a need for more native veterinarians and technicians and we'll hear more from them about their passion to serve their native communities by working with animals. And you can join us to. Do you have questions about what it takes to become a veterinarian. Are there enough that veterinary clinics in your community. Tell us about it at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and right now we're going to start off in crown point new mexico. We have dr germain day. She is a director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program at the navajo technical university and she is today and is our pleasure to have her here. dr day. Welcome to native america calling and feel free to further. Introduce yourself good morning yet. And this is dr germain day. I would like to introduce myself in The net I am of the touch. Eat ni clan kiani buses. Chain a she does she say they. She doesn't let my pledge there. You said nausea that nasha so to translate that to english. I just said that my Clan is touchy knee. Which is the red running into the water. People claiming i am born and for the towering house clan. My grandfather's late grandfather's clan is salt people clan and my paternal Grandfather's clan is start of the ridge street people clan. I am from coyote canyon new mexico which is on the eastern side of the navajo nation and i Attended the colorado state university in fort collins. Colorado i graduated. I graduated from school in two thousand one. I've been in practice since two thousand one. So it's been about twenty years when i first Graduated vet school. I went into private practice Mixed animal practice where. I worked on small animals and large animals. In some exotics. I worked in the The gallup new mexico and the say benito area initially then moved on to Grants to a clinic and grants. Then i Did some relief work in georgia. Texas california before returning to new mexico worked in albuquerque For a little bit for a few years before i returned to the navajo nation. I started at navajo technical university in two thousand nine as the director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program. And i've been here ever since. Wow and there's been quite a journey to to those different places but what was it that drew you to this profession. Why did you want to pursue a veterinary career swell. So i as. I grew up on a a ranch. I was exposed to Large animals my family owned cattle horses. Sheep goats and I just enjoyed and enjoyed being around animals. I brody horses With my sister brother and cousins starting at the age of about three and Just spent a lot of time outdoors with animals then later as a preteen and teenager. I did some volunteer work at the local veterinary clinic in gallup and really enjoyed that work then as i moved into Graduated from high school and went on into college. I had a professor. That thought i should go to medical school but i realized at that point that i really wanted to go into veterinary medicine and
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well in addition to a presidential of actions still in flux Looking at state wide races well we decided to eleven count them. Eleven constitutional amendments and propositions that would change course According to a piece by pat farrier from fort collins colorado and on everything from grey wolves i did discover last night that tanner twins Who i shared the hosting duties with Last night at during our special presentation of decision twenty twenty right here in thirteen ten..
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We mentioned last week on this programme 22,654,453 people in this economy. Getting some kind of unemployment assistance from the government, both state and federal governments. And capping off what has been a lousy eight months in this economy. For those millions, and for millions more. Actually, some of them are learning they're going to have to pay back some or all off the aid that they got. Marketplaces. Samantha Fields report. Larson Ross got a notice in the mail in late August from the state of Colorado. It said he had to pay back every single dollar he had received in unemployment benefits. He panicked. I don't have $10,000 sitting around. You know, I was a low wage teahouse worker who is unemployed because of Cove ID The teahouse where he worked in Fort Collins, Colorado, was required to close for a while in the spring, So he applied for unemployment benefits and got them and I was using the money from unemployment. For food and rent. So it's spent a couple months later, though, Ross's employer contested his eligibility, saying he quit which he disputes, but his employer eventually won. I'm in this really horrific position where I just I I don't have this kind of money on the state is demanding that I pay it back. Thousands of people around the country have gotten over payment notices like Ross did. People are terrified by these messages, and they're they're coming in swarms. We're hearing about this all the time. And Paxton is with the unemployment law project, which represents the unemployed in Washington state, She says people often get notices because they made a mistake on their application or because their employer or the state did. And during the pandemic, she says, With so many people applying for unemployment, refuel a lot of these decisions about allowing them that have been made in haste. What's happening now, she says, is that states air, starting to review those decisions and revise some of them? Some are more aggressive than others about clawing money back, says Michelle ever more of the national employment law project in some states, other benefits Khun B. Garnished to pay for that taxes could be garnished. Future wages could be garnished with traditional unemployment insurance ever more, says. States can choose toe wave repayment, especially if somebody's so broke that collecting that money from them would cause real financial hardship. But they cannot waive repayment of pandemic unemployment assistance, which is federal As it stands now, The law require states to recoup that money from everyone who was overpaid and ever more says she's worried that a lot more people are going to start getting over payment notices in the coming months. If this issue doesn't get solved, this is going to be more explosive. I think then people losing the $600 the extra weekly federal unemployment money that ran out at the end of July. Larson. Ross has no idea where he's going to come up with $10,000 to repay the state of Colorado. He's having a hard enough time affording rent bills and groceries. It's hard, you know, like I don't know if I'm gonna be able to pay I need this back. I don't know if I'm gonna have Tio Leave my apartment. I just I just don't know It's It's very scary. He says he thinks about the debt every minute of the day. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. Once or perhaps as depending on how long it takes. The dust settles after the end of voting tomorrow, Attention is going to turn back to the economy, and this is a busy week. The October jobs report will be upon US Friday morning, and the Fed meets Wednesday and Thursday. There is not going to be an interest rate move of that we can be Almost completely certain actually. But you can probably count on the Federal Open Market Committee statement and chair J. Powell in his press conference, saying something about the main street lending program. Designed for small and medium sized businesses. It has been well shall we say, less successful than had been hoped? So now his marketplaces Justin, who reports the Fed is going to lower its minimum loan size in that program from 250. 2 $100,000 just explains how that should help. By allowing businesses to take out smaller loans. The Fed says. It's hoping more businesses will participate. Yeah, we can definitely find places to use the money. Ashwin Day Schmuck owns the Manhattan cocktail bar short stories and says he's in the process of applying for a main street loan. Unlike his paycheck protection program loan that this one would not be forgivable, and it would have to be paid back in five years. It gives us a little pause to take on something that we have to pay back on like a five year basis when most businesses don't know they're around. Besides, once laid alongside years, the loans interest rates are north of 3% that hattrick runs the accounting firm Harmony Group. You're talking about loans that have terms that are very, very similar to loans that you would get from banks say before the pandemic. There are some businesses that could benefit from the feds program, says John Lanza at the accounting and advisory firm Cone Resnick bigger businesses with a few 100 employees and businesses that had plans to expand before the pandemic We hoped opened up a new location. In the end of 2020. We hope to start a new business in 2021. These funds could potentially be used for that, But that brings us back to the issue of business confidence, Matt Hetrick says. In today's environment there can't be a long business is out there, especially in the small business community that are sitting there, saying Hey, I feel better about what I can see. Now, four years from now, I'm going to be great to bankers who deal with many small businesses told me. They just don't see any point in their client's hitting up the main street lending program. I'm Justin Ho for Marketplace two quick things before we move on. First of all tomorrow morning on the marketplace, Morning report, and every weekday morning, actually David Brancaccio and the gang bring you Everything you need to.
Wildfires Jeopardize Access To Drinking Water
"In many Western states, drinking water supply start high up in the mountains as reverse. This summer's record-breaking wildfires have reduced some headwaters, forest burn trees and heaps of Ash as Luke Runyan from member. Station K. U.. NC reports that often creates expensive headaches for water treatment plants long after the smoke clears. Few places in the West know how wildfires affect water supplies like Fort Collins Colorado the state's largest wildfire ever recorded is burning just outside the city now but their problems really started eight years ago before then it's main water source the poodle river was nearly pristine. We had been privileged and in some ways probably took for granted that these watersheds were providing. A consistently clean clear water all the time. That's Fort Collins Water Quality Manager. Jill or pays we're along the river just outside the city downstream from where in twenty twelve, the high park fire burned more than eighty, seven, thousand acres for the first year after the fire every time it rained the river turned black from mudslides we ended up with a lot. Of Sediment in our pipelines that was difficult to remove to keep those muddy flows from causing problems, the city installed an early warning system, a series of monitoring stations along the river. If there's too much sediment or a pays says utility workers can turn off the treatment plants intake and switch to water from a large reservoir it became really important for us. To have a heads up for win those changes in water quality were occurring the effects of the burn scar on water quality only lasted a few years but this early warning system is far from obsolete because this year is cameron peak fire has burned another broad sweep of the river's watershed, which means for Collins, again joins the list of western cities learning. To live with wildfires that burn bigger and hotter than they've ever seen before this is a new reality and we're learning as we go. Joe. Harwood is with the water and electrical utility for two hundred, thousand people in and around Eugene Oregon this summer the holiday farm fire burned along the banks of their sole water source, the McKenzie River soon after their. Customers noticed the water coming out of their faucets had a smokey taste people quite frankly to use a scientific term freaked out because it's not something he'd dealt with me for Harwood's says, they eventually figured out the chemistry at their treatment plan to remove the taste and when this winter's rainstorms arrive, utility workers will be monitoring for other harmful things that can. Be transported in wildfire runoff like nitrates, heavy metals, and dissolved. Organic carbon were trying to learn the lessons of others, Colorado, and California to create our own best management practices. The utility is spending one million dollars this year on post fire erosion control with more spending plan. Next year hardwood says back on the banks of Colorado's Putina River the city of Fort. Collins. Jill. Or A peyser says the city had to raise water rates to deal with effects of the fire eight years ago that could happen again. But she says decisions the city made after that last big fire like building new infrastructure to remove sediment and beefing up policies around residential water restrictions will help them respond this time around we live in fire prone. watershed and. Are Part of our responsibility to adapt to those that reality a reality that because of climate change increasingly includes drier forests, hotter summers and extended fire seasons across the West for NPR news I'm Luke Runyan in Fort Collins Colorado.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"All right. So got a lot to get to this morning talked we glanced on this topic although we've been talking about it now for twenty two years for Heaven's sakes. Northern. Waters. Wonderful Project and I'm sorry for all of you who are in opposition to glade reservoir chimney hollow to Nesp because it seems to me, we're ignoring the forest for the trees. Northern Wilder has jumped through so many regulatory hoops and it looked as though well. The heavens were smiling upon this. Not so much the case this as in early August the Fort Collins City Council voted to oppose nist now that headline in the Colorado and little bit I mean the way I'm interpreting it a little bit misleading JC marmaduke writing August fifth in the Fort Collins Colorado. In Fort Collins her where it's not my. Fort Collins City Council voted Tuesday to oppose the northern integrated supply project a departure departure she writes from the city's previous neutral stance on what she refers to as the controversial plan to Siphon. Poodle river water into two new reservoirs. I'm sorry this narrative is so reckless. I had the chance over the weekend to talk with someone a friend of mine who actually worked on. Let's say the other end of the pipeline. He worked on water distribution planning. He knows his stuff. And I don't think he's got a political dog in this hunt, but he told me that when you listen. To all of the hue and cry. All of the Pearl, clutching all the self righteous indignation when it comes to how this would impact the puzder. The impacts. Are Minimal. If any whatsoever. I don't have the time to get into the weeds on this discussion here but the bottom line is it's a political agenda, your thoughts this morning nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, drop me a text at three one, nine, nine, six, he went on to say that after twenty two years. Of all of this maneuvering. He sears questions. If we will ever see miss come to fruition and that my friends is a very scary thought. We'll talk with Jeff stay law northern water at eight. Oh, five. All right. Today is the last trading day of the month. August has been really a pretty good month for the markets. So what does history tell us to expect in? September heath wineman presidential wealth management ways in in.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"They're going to be able to start seeing how that goes You know and figure out what are the issues what are their concerns and figure out what? They might need to do so I you know I I don't think there's a right or wrong answer to any of this right now, and that's that's what makes it so difficult yeah. No no question man it's it's one of those things tough to navigate through I. Know as we're putting plans together to talk to talk to coaches and players, and all that we're being told the same thing. Hey, we don't really WanNa be on just yet until we cannot have a better idea so. We're all waiting to see what ultimately happens I. Know You're getting more of the same but. Kelly working on for working on four so we can check out at the Colorado. Well, that's a good question. The different things doing some some non-sports reporting as I've been doing for a while I can tell you a lot about what they're doing up camera and fire what their plans of attack report today and yesterday and tomorrow but also I. Am I am actually currently planning to venture to a high school football game out of state tomorrow night and a little bit about how they are doing. It is working and what it does look like and I hope to have the story AH online by Saturday afternoon in a story in Sunday's paper with some photos as. What it does look like what you know, what what precautions are in place, what concerns people do or don't have and what it's like in states that aren't playing college football and in our state, not even high school football but at least neighboring states or don't plan high school football, see what it looks like Dow that'll be that'll be fascinating Kelly. I'm looking forward to that man let me know when you get that up certainly share it Kelly were pressed for time today. It's one of those weird days We'll look to catch up with you next week my friend. All right. Sounds good. We'll talk to you later Carolina Fort Collins Colorado and let's take a quick break. We can kind of talk a little bit more about this too with the NBA and what that looks like no nuggets game at two o'clock. Here's my question. Colefax and this is not important. But If the Lakers and the clippers are forfeiting and they're they're not playing. How does that work with the gambling world? If you bet on Portland to win the series if you bet on Dallas to win the series again, it's not important. It's the sports question. But it's one that's out there the whole show powered by energy..
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"It's not required to have a good life it's it's those extra things in upgraded, which is fine. It's just when you have too many of those things, or they're just super expensive hobbies. Expensive things that you're into in. There's a lot of them will get. You might have to be happy like never been able to retire and hoping at least for the tech kinds at. At our appear in Fort Collins Colorado, it's a lot of old tech companies, and they do mess offs in. Unfortunately, it is usually the older generation that's targeted for those things. It's harder for them to find positions after that happens because their their salaries like tour, two thousand dollars in it's. It's just a little bit trickier when they're going out there. He had very very small window of opportunities that are gonna be available especially if they don't want to move if they're not able to work out so debt, you can do these things as long as you can have a plane and understand like. If I do this and I'm not gonNA retire until seventy or if I do this good thing, maybe i. pull these things bag I. Start to change these habits. That's kind of what you're talking to Clayton is these habits are powerful. You don't realize on. There was like like clockwork. Because that's what you've been doing. You can build up habita- that wasn't happening. It's you like down any calendar. That is had them like internally. Just kind of magically happens like. Oh, it's about that two year. Mark I need something new and fresh Mellon in so. That's super important to be aware of and just be intentional as your. Chosen what it is that you're gonNA. Be Spending on super intentional and have that understanding houses in effect, the other things that are important to you and that's that's what it comes down to. If you can do a lot of things, especially with the six figure income, it just do all of them at once because they they can't compete against each other as far as.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"A specialist studios. Tell You I wanna get into this It is a rather lengthy piece, but it is of some import considerable import after well, you've had public officials deliberating for over a year saying, what are we going to do with The Hughes Stadium Site because apparently as we speak right now. That's site is back at square. Square one begging the question as JC Marmaduke did in the Fort Collins Colorado on now. What rights JC Marmaduke? Nearly? A year after a newly minted city council decided to take a more pronounced role in the future of the Hughes. Stadium, site, for Collins's well at an impasse over a piece of land that has ensnared the public's imagination and become a symbol of competing visions for the community, the land remains in place holder transitions zoning transition zoning this after the council deadlocked on its final rezoning vote just last month to ethics, complaints related to the process are pending at the state level. There are at least four. Excuse me for potential. Pass forward for the land owned up by Colorado State. University but well apparently, as was so many things these days. It's not a clear path forward. Because each of those four potential paths branches off into thorny thicket of what ifs, so we'll take a look. We'll go in depth as to what the options are. The says well. Things are pretty much in the doldrums as a city council is. kind of deadlocked as to what to do with the Hughes Stadium site again back at square one, so we'll take a look at some of the suggestions which include well try try again a city council to see if you can. I don't know. Arrive at some sort of resolution. City Council could also wait for the property owner. The citizens could elect. To vote or Well Hugh the lawyers. Because all of this could get decided in court. We'll get into that right around eight. Oh, five this morning.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Businesses but ended up tabling that measure instead the council will take up a bill that only encourages people to wear facemask with sunshine and a light breeze out of the north high in the Sunday afternoon she climbed eighty eight degrees clear tonight with a low sixty five slightly cooler on Monday tomorrow mostly sunny with a high close to eighty six I'm meteorologist Jeff Maher from the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect and get make market drops elections don't let the noise in fear distract you for experienced advice on planning for retirement journey right here Saturdays at ten AM and one PM and Sundays at noon for Rowley's retirement coach with Brian Raleigh around the triangle is where we feature groups and organizations working to make a difference in our community join me Kyle Wilson Sunday night at eight on one oh six one FM talk around the triangle is sponsored by IBM passionate about the local community live from the headquarters of broadcasting from the dollar car rental studios that's the Dave Ramsey show where dad is down cash is king in the mortgage has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of choice your available your money this is the Dave Ramsey show the phone number is four four eight two five five two two five dash triple eight eight two five five three two five fort Collins Colorado starts off this hour Courtney is with us Hey Courtney what's up thank you so much for taking my call Dave first of all we are a little bit of a predicament we were in the middle of the fat one when my husband was in a car accident that cold eight leave me a call that I had so we're dealing with all that and you know we now have to replace that vehicle our biggest issue is that my husband did pretty much the roadwork warrior for.
Stimulus checks being sent to dead people, leaving loved ones confused
"In under a month the IRS delivered more than a hundred and thirty million corona virus relief payments to Americans that's two hundred and seven billion dollars that was part of the relief package passed by Congress during the public health crisis but the speed has come with some significant mistakes NPR's Tim mak has been talking to the families of dead Americans who got coronavirus relief checks Bob lemon dues father passed away in December so Bob who lives in Houston notified the V. A. and the Social Security Administration that his father had passed in order to stop payments from them and those were halted but on April fifteenth Bob who is a co signer on his dad's account noticed a payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars he was a corona virus relief payment from the IRS I feel bad that this money is sitting in my dad's account I don't know what to do with it and there are people out there that need it badly and that bothers me quite a bit I wish I knew what to do with it but I don't treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said one week ago that any payments to the deceased would be a mistake and should be returned but this is raised more questions than answers this mass confusion that's Jenna holds what of the urban Brookings tax policy center there's been no official guidance as to how in this instance people should return the money that was received for their loved ones the Irish does not typically track information on the deceased in America but other parts of the government such as the social security administration do it appears that there was no cross referencing before checks went out the scope of the problem could be in the millions the CDC estimates that two point eight million Americans died in twenty eighteen for example and there are signs that people who have died more than two years ago are receiving payments Karen McClure of fort Collins Colorado experienced this first hand her mother passed away in January of twenty eighteen but in April of this year she received a payment of twelve hundred dollars the government is being very reactive instead of proactive to this situation which I I find frustrating mark Iverson is the former IRS commissioner serving from two thousand and three to two thousand and seven he told NPR that the IRS has generally been doing a good job but there's a real trade offs of speed versus accuracy in the processing he says the people in this situation should rely on official guidance people need to rely on the information they get from IRS dot gov but that's not so easy when it comes to this topic three so will not the seventy one year old in Rockford Illinois has been trying to do just that she lost her partner of thirty nine years Frank dica just two months ago last month he received the payment I'm coping with Frank stuff pretty well at this point I'm not over it I probably will never be over it but it didn't that part didn't bother me I'm I'm probably angrier at the government for sending out a payment to somebody who's deceased three says been trying without success to find guidance online from the IRS to send the money back so I went online to the address on the letter and looked for a long time trying to find some way that I could first send the payment back and I couldn't find that so look for a way to contact somebody at the IRS or treasury or whatever to return the payment and I couldn't find that NPR did not fare much better than Theresa after multiple requests the IRS directed questions to the treasury department the treasury department pledged to have an answer by Tuesday morning as of the sharing the treasury department has not answered questions about what steps the IRS is taking to address this problem or what to do if a deceased loved one
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"To three press long as you want to direct connect with you in the audience you know what when the when they are not a bunch of bureaucrat experts up on the stage and certainly no journalists choosing the questions or any of that no we need to find out what we need to find a way to do it will do it in a different way than anybody's ever done town halls or any of that stuff but I'm here making it known and I will call later to what I'm doing here make it known that this program is available to the president he wants to audition if he wants to use it for a town hall if you want to have direct connect with you that we got it handled we know how to do that we do with each and every day wearing one that Cortez Colorado this Jim great to have a Jim how you doing Sir aw I'm just doing great out here Russian I've been listening in the days prior to your visit to fort Collins Colorado wow that would be Dan's bake sale that's correct but I tell you I'm a geologist I work internationally you know all over the world in Afghanistan in Central Asia and also the Chinese are they all play by the same rules we do I know that's right and we just finished coming back from Iceland and at the airport this is a January nineteenth at the airport were a bunch of the Chinese and masks which is rather odd you were there for where was it where was this great correct Iceland Reykjavik MHM in there some Chinese they're traveling and they were wearing masks right which will go on on the Bloomberg L. Chinese have something over very small water it was January nineteenth you're saying is the day that's correct and so you're you're asking whether the child comes not when when did they know it or you know I just observe another job all over the world and they just don't play by the same rules ridiculous you know I agree but but that doesn't even cover it and I I've heard people describe it they don't play by the same rules that doesn't even cover that don't play that these people check it's and it's not just the Chinese comic con you yes must deceive com you know ism is a lie it it remotes utopia it is a lie every thing about it is a life for which they must deceive people.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Can do it noon to three for as long as you want to get in direct contact with you in the audience you know what when the when they are not a bunch of bureaucrat experts up on the stage and certainly no journalists using the questions or any of that now we need to find out what we need to find a way to do it we'll do it in a different way than anybody's ever done town halls are running about but I'm here making it known that I will call later to what I'm doing here making known that this program is available to the president he wants to audition if he wants to use it for a town hall if you want to have direct connect with you that we got it handled we know how to do that we do with each and every day wearing one that Cortez Colorado this Jim great to have a Jim how you doing Sir aw I'm just doing great out here Russian I've been listening in the day prior to your visit to fort Collins Colorado wow that would be Dan's bake sale that's correct but I tell you I'm a geologist I work internationally you know all over the world in Afghanistan in Central Asia and also the Chinese are they all play by the same rules we do I know that's right nine AM we just finished coming back from Iceland and at the airport this is and January nineteenth at the airport were a bunch of the Chinese and masks which is rather odd you were there for where was it where was this Reykjavik Iceland you're a regular bank MHM in there some Chinese they're traveling and they were wearing masks right right the little girl in the blue with their own Chinese has something over there very small water it was January nineteenth you're saying is the day that's correct and so you're you're asking whether the child comes not when when did they know it well you know I just observe on your knowledge of all the world result played by the same rules there is ridiculous you know I agree but but that doesn't even cover it and I I've heard people describe it they don't play by the same rules that doesn't even cover that don't play but these people check it's and it's not just the Chinese communists com you yes must deceive com mu ni ism is a lie it it promotes utopia it is a lie every thing about it is a life for which they must deceive people.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"fort collins colorado" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Culture of fort Collins Colorado gave her six year old daughter an old phone to play with perfect for a kid's imaginary calls but de activated phones can still dial nine one one news station KDVR reports a dispatcher heard a child's voice on the line police arrived to find out the girl stuffed bunny needed medical attention they got on the ground to play help you to find a band you're listening to morning edition support for NPR comes from this station and from T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities firsthand institutions advisers employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence and from my drive providing cloud backup full system backup and onsite idrive appliance to protect PC's macs and servers from data loss due to crashes and ransomware at idrive dot com slash NPR it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm David Greene masks are starting to sell out all over the country as fears of a potential corona virus pandemic spread searches for masks online at local pharmacies and hardware stores are coming up short in many of the merchants that still have masks are jacking up the prices planet money's Greg results ski has this report last month Daniel Tomasi decided he wants to take some extra precautions against the corona virus he's got a pregnant wife and a two year old he started searching for masks on Amazon and he found that he would have to wait a month to get them so I went to the online stores of basically every major pharmacy and the CVS Walgreens target and and those sort of places right and they were all out of stock so too must be cold and drove to stores around Saint Louis which is where he lives still the lock to.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The camera here at TI acts in Seoul yeah may maybe they have that in mind as well wanting a shorter trial give me and beautiful fort Collins Colorado you're on the Dan Koeppel show Hey what do you think that new football coach well I'm not quite sure what to what to make of it I don't fall that closely but certainly does sound like a qualified guy he's been at the helm of the good schools but but I'm not that smart about and if you're focused on the Senate trial shorter long yeah my my preference would be long I I say that kind of predicated on the assumption that the the majority party has the procedural control over witnesses and those kind of things that the merry I don't know much about yeah well you need sixty one by yeah so I think that the president and the party what are I I just want to see this rather than the Democrats nose and see these guys exposed for the fraud that they are and and how how badly they behave and you know you want to talk about collusion that's where it's really gone gone on and anyway I would love to see this go on and up in jail and maybe slightly beyond super Tuesday having that I think having yeah front and center along with bars investigation yeah hello while while the the primaries are going on you know and and you know hopefully yeah I do not know this correction six closer this and he ends up president trump and up running again you know wife in the floor with the mayor from Bloomington or somebody like that HM me appreciate the call through super Tuesday I'm not sure we can count on that list and something very very important K. it will came up during the call and that is this Jimmy said believe me I I feel it too and I bet you do as well if if you at the same world view you would love to see this trial become the opportunity to just wipe the floor with the left and just exposed all of their license all of the corruption and I understand that I feel like my god as well but this is all about throwing smart punches not wild punches and there's a direct comparison here to trying cases that I've been trying cases for thirty six years to juries and and here's the point I've seen some really good lawyers make the enormous mistake but the GOP must avoid here the enormous mistake of not taking yes for an answer I don't know how many young learners have a detail and not my own but young lawyers after take yes for an answer you know it you were going to win this trial the GOP is going to win this trial and I'm not just talking about the fact that you know that there won't be the votes to take trump out that's not the point the GOP's gonna win the trial on every level so why take the chance that of trying to go beyond doing what you have to do to win in order to crush the other side because you see that mistake made in court rooms all the time people have got what they need to win but they're not satisfied with that they want to take it further it becomes personal now it's not just enough for me to make the points that that this guy wants to make with this doctor and cross examination to prove he's the wind for an insurance company instead of with the lawyer decides they're going to destroy that they're gonna destroy that SO P. and and then they take all the whole exam same thing here with the GOP take yes for an answer you're going to win get in keep it short keep it focused make the dams look foolish wasn't even Chuck Todd at this point admits this impeachment thing hasn't worked for the dams Saudi let me quickly start with you you know the the president has decided to wrap his arms around there impeachment as a campaign tactic the campaign is used it I think quite effectively when it comes to raising money and things like that look the polling he's not adding any new people but he certainly is increasing the intensity of his support it kind of means feels like that this they have fought this to a political draw it's coming from Chuck so it's much better for the president than a drop but take yes for an answer computer chips go home a winner so I'd like to shore trial approach for all those reasons let's go to what Rick in Denver Colorado you're on the Dan Koeppel show lines are full anybody who does not get in this segment I'll take after news.
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Most U.S. Dairy Cows Are Descended From Just 2 Bulls
"Thanks there are millions of dairy cows in the U. S. producing an amazing amount of milk but the drive to maximize production has come with an undesirable side effect the cows have become more and more genetically similar in fact the vast majority of them are descended from just two bowls NPR's Dan Charles has the story Chad deck out is sitting in his office at Penn state university explaining help Jerry cal's ended up so much alike this is the company select sires we're looking at the website of a company that sells semen from bowls so if we just look at their whole scheme lineup Holstein cows in the black and white ones that make a lot of milk they dominate the dairy business says loading America's finest bowls there on the screen that's right there are just a few companies like this with hundreds of stud bowls thirty farmers go online pick a bowl and the company's ship doses of semen to impregnate their cal's factors one bowl who we figure he has well over a quarter million dollars the company's rank their bowls based on how their daughters perform how much milk they produce this is a bull named frazzled his daughters are predicted to produce two thousand one hundred and fifty eight pounds more milk than daughters of the average ball farmers pay extra for semen from top ranked bulls and the company's keep breeding even better what's meeting their top bowls with the most productive cal's they keep selecting the same families over and over again well a few years ago Chad deck ounce mother scientist at Penn state made the discovery that shocked a lot of people all the Holstein bulls that farmers are using can trace their lineage back to just one of two male ancestors everything goes back to two bowls born in the nineteen fifties and sixties and their names their names were around oak rag apple elevation in Pawnee farm are Linda chief now this doesn't mean that all the bulls in the catalog are genetically identical have lots of different mothers and grandmothers but judge Eckels says it does show the system of large scale artificial insemination farmers picking top ranked bowls has made cal's genetically less diverse trait that you have found in Holstein cows a generation ago have disappeared we've lost genetic variation some of that genetic variation was garbage that we didn't want to begin with some of it was valuable stuff that will be gone to see what might have been lost decal decided to do an X. he located some old seem from other bowls that were alive decades ago with names like university of Minnesota Cuthbert then Zimmerman all star pilot heirloom bulls the US department of agriculture keeps samples of the semen in deep freeze storage in fort Collins Colorado decal used it to impregnate some modern counts they gave birth and now you can see some lost pieces of the hosting family tree come to life in a barn at
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"To traverse city Michigan fort Collins Colorado in Bentonville Arkansas you can get details a KTAR dot com K. D. A. R. eyes and education a new partnership between Disney and the university of Arizona is giving working adults a chance to get an online bachelor's degree for free the U. obeys Kara Forney says the aspire program is unlike other option really elevated that whole tuition assistance benefit program it to something that's extremely proactive as well as providing a full pay option for their employees the program offers the only three hundred degrees and eleven programs to more than ninety thousand Disney amusement park hourly employees mesa public schools are using an online platform to bring the classroom to students wherever they go and this is our official learning management system for mesa public schools the district's director of educational technology need to Meyer says think of it as a digital classroom it's where teachers post assignments which he says can be graded and returned quickly to the students for feedback because as an essential component of effective learning is getting feedback immediately students can also use campus to interact with teachers cement work take quizzes and tractor greets also it can be opened up to where students can communicate with one another through discussion thread or board and share ideas on a particular sign or topic meets the public school students in grades seven through twelve are using this online platform Myers says it's part of the district's mission to help students be globally competitive result the city no K. T. A. R. news get more on this tech update and others at the tech center KTAR dot com K. D. A. R. news time six thirty seven.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The hour Jesse in Fort Collins, Colorado. Jessie, what's up? Yeah. Like what why do you always bad now the way Christians in? But I hear you stick up Muslim than Catholics. All the time. I am a white crystalline. About white Christians every single one of them vote for Trump. I'm just kind of care that was going to say in my opinion, and my opinion. I don't think that's helping your calls at all. Because there's a lot of Christians in this country. Yeah, I didn't say white Christians. Jesse? I said white evangelical and Christians. Many Christians are evangelical, but specifically the white evangelical movement and its leadership this this, by the way, insanely corrupt leadership. I mean, you've got Jerry Falwell junior who when you can pull him away from this pool boy that he gave a million dollars to jobs to and flew all over the all over the world with him is still supportive of Donald Trump. It's just it's just bizarre. This this whole thing with the white evangelicals. And. That's my issue with them. You know, is is that they they have tried to aggressively get political issues with one day. But so you generalize them. One guy with the white evangelical movies as not white Christians. I, you know, as I said, I am white Christian. I, you know, there are a lot of white Christian churches are largely white Christian churches that are that. Are there? You know? That are not running these kinds of scams. Frankly that we see coming out of the white evangelical movement in that. I mean, don't get me wrong. You know? So I hear a lot of Cup from Christian. It's all the time. I was just trying to win. You like I watch your show a lot like I'll listen to Rush Limbaugh. Then I'll watch your show, you know, because I like to be or a number whiplash. So and then on just like, it seems like you have seen it gets like white fish, like why does that why Christians Jellicoe Jesse perhaps as a Mormon you, you you can't distinguish, but you know, among the white Christian or among the Christian churches, in general, there's all kinds of denominations and all kinds of groups. And there is this one slice which does not represent the majority of Christians whiter, otherwise in the United States, and that's slice is the the so-called evangelical movement, the people who have you know, this, and there's a core set of beliefs that are associated with with the white evangelical movement that are not shared by all the other Christian churches with the evangelical movement and there, and and and the the white evangelicals the Jerry falwell's the Pat Robertson's. There led largely by these television preachers have by and large thrown in with the Republican party since the Reagan era, you know, Ronald Reagan's vice president brought in his son to be the the way is on to the white evangelical, but in the nineteen eighties that was George W Bush, and that's the work that he did for both Ronald Reagan and for his daddy. When his daddy was president was to to to politicize the white evangelicals and it worked, and it has stock and today, even now if you drive around and listen to Christian radio, and you're in Fort Collins. I don't know I I don't believe that. That's you know, as large a Mormon community, say Salt Lake City. So you can probably get them. They rent time on radio stations, and you know, for cost them one hundred dollars an hour, if they can most of what they're doing is, you know, pitch for money if they can make a daughter and thirty dollars an hour, then they keep that going, and you listen to these white evangelicals.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yell at it, you sticks or rocks. Whatever you can. And if you have that encounter bike back for his part Travis Kauffman says his takeaway from this incident is that rugged mountain landscapes might feel like safe spaces for recreation, but they're wild and should be treated that way. She come down to it. And you're being attacked, and you don't really have much recourse. Besides. Killing the animal. They get yourself out safely. He says his decision before he started running not to listen to music saved his life. He heard the mountain lion coming before he saw it. And that might have given him the edge for NPR news. I'm Luke Runyan in Fort Collins, Colorado. And you're listening to NPR news from K Q denudes. I'm Tiffany Cam high. Former President Barack Obama will be in Oakland this week. He speaking at a conference addressing opportunity, gaps facing young men of color where your Steph curry and black lives matter co founder, Lisa Garza will also be participating here's KiKi weeds Sonia Hudson, the conference is being hosted by the my brother's keeper alliance which is an Obama foundation initiative. Conra- Paul Dhaliwal is associate director at rise community center in Richmond, which won a grant from the initiative in November. She says it's fitting that Obama chose Oakland for the conference. He was a community organizer. I think he's coming to the heartbeat of organizing like in this country. Oakland was a big center for the civil rights movement. The Black Panther party started there in the sixties. Amy Allison is the president of democracy in color apply. Medical organization focused on race. She says focusing on racial Justice in honoring its history by choosing Oakland shows Obama is leaning into his identity as a black man something he was criticized for not doing enough during his presidency. I think President Obama has really given up on the idea that he would have to assuage Republicans, particularly when Trump is at the head of a party that openly embraces racist tropes and vilifies of color and immigrants. Allison says this is part of a new era of politics one of politicians embracing their own identities while working to recognize in serve people from a wide range of.
"fort collins colorado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fort Collins, Colorado. There was a fight to the death. A Colorado man was attacked by a young mountain lion. He was unarmed and with nothing more than rocks and his hands and feet. He killed it. Luke Runyan from member station. K U N C recently spoke with him about what happened. Travis Kauffman headed out for a run around noon in shorts and a fleece pullover. He skipped the ear buds instead opting for the sounds of his own footsteps on the trail about halfway through his run to thirty one year old that five foot ten in one hundred and fifty pounds started to descend on a narrow wooded section of trail. And I just kind of heard some pie needles wrestling behind me, and I stopped and turned it's usually a deer or a squirrel in this case. It was in fact, a mountain lion. And so I remember seeing that and just having my my gut feel the full impact of the situation. Did you? Juvenile cougar was barreling down the trail after him Kaufman. Put up his arms in screamed in an attempt to scare the cat away. Unfortunately, it kept running. And then it eventually just lunged at me. And at that point. I was able to get my arms up kind of in front of my face and and block its initial like lunch with its claws and mouth its jaws. Locked onto my hand and wrist and pretty much stay there. The whole time the cougar wrapped itself around Kaufman's body and Doug it's front claws into his back. He tried to throw it off. But with its mouth clamped around his wrist, the two ended up tumbling more than twenty feet off the trail into a gully. But during that fall, the cat ended up on its back. Kaufman used one of his legs to pin the animal's hindquarters to the ground and then began fighting back he grabbed sticks, but they were rotted and crumbled when he tried to use them against the cat. With his free hand, he found a rock and began hitting it over the head. I got my right foot onto its neck, and then I was able to get some weight onto its windpipe. And that's what eventually suffocated it. And then at that point it's released my hand, the whole battle lasted about ten minutes after suffocating, the cat and covered in scratches and puncture wounds. Kaufman started running again, he eventually encountered a few other hikers who helped Kaufman to the emergency room. He got more than two dozen stitches on his face closing the wounds on his cheeks and nose the county temporarily closed down the park shortly after the attack type Petersburg of Colorado parks and wildlife says attacks like this are rare, but in many places in the country people are encroaching on mountain lion habitat. He says Kaufman did everything right? He could almost write our pamphlet if you encounter Alliant put your hands up big yell at it, you sticks or. Walks. Whatever you can. And if you have that encounter fight back for his part Travis Kauffman says his take away from this incident is that rugged mountain landscapes might feel like safe spaces for recreation, but they're wild and should be treated that way. She come down to it. And you're being attacked, and you don't really have much recourse. Besides killing the animal. They get yourself out safely. He says his decision before he started running not to listen to music saved his life. He.
Biblical city Bethlehem boasts largest Christmas in years
"Music at the birthplace of Jesus Christ with representatives of the Vatican in attendance marching bands and boy scouts paraded from Jerusalem to Bethlehem later in the night, a traditional midnight mass was held at the basilica of the that event was attended by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Fox's trae Kingston the Middle East bureau a reindeer on the run police in Fort Collins, Colorado. Oh searching for someone captured on camera breaking into a business last week while wearing a Rudolph mask.