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Fresh "Franklin County" from Charlie Brennan

Charlie Brennan

00:38 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "Franklin County" from Charlie Brennan

"It's one of 15 steak and shakes around the country up for sale. Company officials, hoping to raise funds to transition to a counter service model is remaining restaurants. Like most fast food places. The Dow from Steve full of 217 points to 27,900 for the NASDAQ is up 1 70 The S and P 500 up 37. Roger Brandon, the steeple Traffic Center. All time we have an injury accident scene. Here's Parkway would stone there delays their emergency crews are on the scene of the attention. We also have. ST Charles County of those signals. The last check on Red Flash Bryan Road Events Memorial Parkway. Still, local prodigy in Belleville means the signals or dark. They're completely out on Route 15 at 11th Street and watch the road work of this hour. Beginning on highway. Why is scheduled to be closed between now and three this afternoon between flat Woods and Freimuth, and they're also working out on Schubert Road off Highway Agent Franklin County. From now until three this afternoon. My mantra Brandon's people Traffic Center came awake. Thank you, whether it will be very warm and humid, with varying amounts, clouds, a shower or a thunderstorm on occasion or two with Maybe the afternoon being the most likely time for most of US.

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Boston - Severe Thunderstorms Possible In Massachusetts This Afternoon, Evening

WBZ Midday News

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston - Severe Thunderstorms Possible In Massachusetts This Afternoon, Evening

"The four day Actually, the forecast is brought to us by ring Central, empowering your team. The work is one. We've got those severe thunderstorms across the area on We'll have more to come as the afternoon and evening rolls along. Right now. There are severe thunderstorm warnings for northwestern Middlesex County, as well as northwestern Worcester County and parts of Franklin County under the gun right now, there's a storm system over right near the Lowell area currently, and also a line that stretches back from About Newburyport overthrew Hey, Vel Lawrence into southern New Hampshire and Pelham, New Hampshire, especially with some of the severe ist and heaviest rains and winds with these storms, also a line that stretches through central Massachusetts, north Central Mass all the way back down into western Massachusetts. That'll be bringing in some heavier precipitation areas as we head deeper into the afternoon. Severe thunderstorm watch up for Most of us until early this evening. Tonight, we will eventually get rid of these storms Bring in mostly cloudy skies and alot of 72 temperatures in the eighties. Tomorrow's sun and clouds still a bit human, less humid. Those Saturday temperatures made eighties with sunshine and pretty sunny on Sunday. It will be more humid, though, and warmer temperatures near 90 right now in Boston, it is 88

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Fencing returns around Lafayette Square; protesters march to Lincoln Park as protests continue in DC

Joel Riley

00:41 sec | Last month

Fencing returns around Lafayette Square; protesters march to Lincoln Park as protests continue in DC

"Told there's no let up in protests around Washington DC more police were patrolling Tuesday night in Lincoln Park around an area now called black lives matter plaza fencing will go back up around Lafayette square so the National Park Service can repair stand choose another park resources a new fence was put up around the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church near the White House here in Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther will deliver virtual address to the city set for this afternoon some protesters of call forget there to resign over the police handling of protesters downtown over the past few weeks get there earlier this week told ABC six he has no plans to resign last night protesters were ordered by police to stay on the sidewalks and not go into the streets as a March from city hall to the Franklin County

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"franklin county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"franklin county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Scores and Charlie Brennan we are going to as Amy said look to other places in the country and other places in the world to see how they are re opening things in Franklin County we may be able to look to as far as opening the local economy because earning Friday at midnight they are going to re open a lot of things as long as they maintain the ten person maximum role in Franklin County they're gonna re open golf courses bowling alleys movie theaters concert halls and gyms that also included skating rinks which made me wonder how many skating rinks are in Franklin County and have people been clamoring to go skating I guess it's so funny of skating rinks are still around then it's going to be cockroaches ranks after like the nuclear war the regs will be skating well you can start skating after midnight on Friday in Franklin County Amy is a is this a good idea and any issues with movie theaters bowling alleys xterra well this just shows how much I don't know because if I were to make a list of the very last things I would open after a pandemic it would be gyms bowling alleys movie theaters and concert halls which I am highly suspicious of anyway I mean those places are gross everyone sitting in the same chair spilling food the bowling balls are greasy I think and I I don't get it wrong I love bowling alleys godless point now is but there's something kind of grimy about them overall so I am not opposed to Franklin County opening up some essential businesses I personally would not go to a bowling alley or concert hall or movie theater or gym right now you know you're speaking of the movie theaters is very sad to see that the Moolah theater near Saint Louis Universitarios is going to close permanently and that that that that's terrible because that's our core that was a great place to see if they had those couches you could just like take up an entire couch and just lay there and watch a movie yeah very sorry to see that go well you know I did hear Dr Fred buckled with red bottom or today and doctor buckled whose opinion I trust quite a bit said he's been wrong before but he does have a lot of skepticism with regard to opening counties at this time and again you're supposed to do this on a slow gradual way I think a lot of people do feel that you know of a rural county largely although I'm not sure Franklin's all that role in all places union certainly isn't I mean even the the the lifestyle is much different than living in a more crowded urban center however we have found from places like and sue city South Dakota and in Iowa that you can get big cases of corona virus in states that we don't necessarily think are that congested so you really you know it's specially I I was once a for the seniors if you're over seventy none of this applies to you you really have to stay in place and there's just no question about that for your for your own sake you know I I joked about skating rinks but I was just thinking about concert halls are they re opening concert halls for concerts because if you have a band and there's four of you and then you've got your like your roadie guy that's five and then you got a bartender that B. six and the door guide at seven so you can have like three people come and watch you play yeah everyone's going to be six feet away I guess now you know when you see the president's press conference the presses they're they're kind of seeded maybe in most cases at least six feet away from each other and they're not wearing masks by and large I suppose you could do that in theaters in Franklin County or elsewhere but would it be worth the theater owners while to do that I don't know again I totally understand the frustrations the despair that businesses yeah at this time this is terrible it can't go on forever it can't we got to come out of it at some point so may be seeing Franklin County open up and see how what happens will be instructive but there could be a painful price to pay by some individuals any final thoughts before we go to break here Amy no I you know I just made me think of that that scary room like a bunch of kids are exploring and they see a door and it's a scary door now like when you go in first I don't want first and then someone goes in first to kind of wait to see what happens it feels a little bit less there's so much unknown here you go you go you your first all right well we're going to go to a break here we come back we have some results from the Wisconsin primary and they're not the kind people wanted eight forty eight said the voice of Saint Louis Hey.

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Seattle - Snohomish County sheriff says won't enforce Washington's unconstitutional stay home order

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Seattle - Snohomish County sheriff says won't enforce Washington's unconstitutional stay home order

"Snow which county sheriff is refusing to enforce governor Insley stay at home or in a Facebook post Adam Fortney wrote he believes the order is illegal we can't go to church on Sunday so that's a big deal that's guaranteed to us in the constitution and he says none of his deputies will be arresting people for violating the governor's order however for he says he is taking the situation seriously and encourages voluntary compliance governor Jay Inslee says some local leaders are acting irresponsibly during the coronavirus shutdown published Charlie harder has the story county commissioners in Franklin County say they have the authority to lift the stay at home orders in the Snohomish county sheriff says he won't enforce them at a press conference governor Insley said those leaders don't have the authority to lift the orders if people have disagreements with the law that it could be decided by the courts not by any individual law enforcement officer asked about when certain industries such as construction could return to work Inslee said he's hoping to hear about some scientific models which are expected Thursday Charlie Harker komo

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Commissioners say Franklin County was never officially closed

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Commissioners say Franklin County was never officially closed

"Let's rip of Republican lawmakers want to hold a special session to deal with the outbreak at economic shutdown representative Jesse young says measures to prevent the spread of covert nineteen I've been working however it will only work if people continue to choose to abide by them and we're seeing greater instances of civil disobedience however you want to label it but if that continues to occur because people are frustrated at not feeling as though they're being listened to the missile system falls apart anyway so far no comment from governor Inslee's office Franklin County is back for a bit open for business again though in defiance of the stay at home order issued by governor Insley county commissioners voting yesterday to allow businesses to reopen if they choose to couples calling Johnson a unanimous decision by the three county commissioners tells businesses church leaders go ahead and reopen nobody's coming after you Franklin County sheriff Jim Raymond had already given his nod Gresham I'm not going to enforce that the bottom line during that so yesterday the commission members said Inslee's emergency proclamation is unconstitutional sure Freeman telling Kamel they had four deaths in Franklin County and they do take covert nineteen seriously not to the point that we become fearful and were fearful to move about because our government says we can't have the decisions under review by that county's prosecutor and the governor's office is firing back calling it a wrong headed approach that could expose the county to legal liability a spokesman from Inslee's office told reporters last night local jurisdictions can go further with restrictions but not

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"franklin county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"franklin county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"App Franklin County reports its first two corona virus deaths hi Brian Kelly came watch news time is eleven oh three your forecast coming UP and eleven oh six just got word from Franklin County Missouri the two people there have now died of corona virus the deaths occurred in villa ridge and Washington the county reporting five new cases four of them involving elderly women in Washington the best way to make sure local hospitals have the capacity needed to handle corona virus patients is to reduce the number of patients that's from the doctor who's heading up the St Louis regional pandemic task force when asked of local hospitals have the capacity needed to handle what's to come Dr Alex Garza said right now we're doing okay Garcia says they know how many rooms in every nook and cranny where they can put patients in hospitals but much is unknown so we don't know how the virus is going to act we don't know what the spread is going to look like and and and really for for your listeners pardon it is dependent upon them when he says we can make sure we have the capacity and equipment needed by preventing the spread through social distancing hand washing cleaning services and staying home you can hear the entire interview with Dr guards on the total information and we can podcast paycheck came watch dot com he will also be giving the task force's daily update at three o'clock this afternoon the president doesn't understand the word federal that's according to Illinois governor JB Pritzker who's reacting to White House statements of the federal stockpile is only meant to back up state stockpiles you were right why would we ever need a Federal Emergency Management Agency it's because individual states can't possibly do what the federal government can do we don't have a defense production act there's no way that we could stockpile in anticipation of a pandemic that no one anticipated Pritzker tells CNN the federal government is responsible for preparing for pandemics which he says the White House failed to do after learning of the corona virus threat in January the solution to bringing the economy back after corona viruses universal testing that's according to St Louis fed president James Bullard what you want is every single person to get tested every day and then they would wear a badge like they would at all after they voted or something like that to show that they've been tested this would immediately sort out who's been infected and who hasn't been affected fuller tells CBS's face the nation that would help the healthcare sector in the economy because people would be able to interact again we're heading for high fifty eight today and we might see a little sun later on tonight mostly cloudy and forty nine tomorrow mostly cloudy and seventy three it's forty six in Edwardsville St Charles St downtown at the gateway arch I'm Brian Calley KMOX news time eleven oh six welcome to the market.

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92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

America's Truckin' Network

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

"O. W. Kentucky governor ended this year says under the state's stay at home order he wants residents to still go outside to get fresh air and exercise but they cannot forget about social distancing as the state reported ninety two new cases Saturday and it's nine deaths due to cover nineteen I don't mean you can't get out and enjoy the outside but it does mean you can't socialize with people when you're out there right now healthy at home it's your patriotic duty as a Kentucky and and as an American the latest death think Kentucky is a sixty six year old woman from Kenton county the first in northern Kentucky there are now three hundred ninety four total cases of the corona virus in the state seven new tested of the crowd of Irish reported Saturday in Indiana as well the twelve hundred total cases have been reported Franklin County has twenty three confirmed cases and two deaths in southeast Indiana so it's going to county reporting its first case Ohio county still with one case Dearborn county is eight cases and they have had one

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Ohio issues new statewide coronavirus stay-at-home orders

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Ohio issues new statewide coronavirus stay-at-home orders

"Governor Mike DeWine has issued a stay at home order for the entire state of Ohio there really is nothing in that order that we have not already been talking about there's nothing in that order that I've not been asking you to do for the last week or so the wind issuing the order on Sunday which takes effect at eleven fifty nine tonight the department of health reported three under fifty one cases of corona virus in the state with three deaths Sunday there are thirty four cases in Franklin County six in Delaware County one each and looking Merion and union counties there are many exceptions to the order you can read the entire script of it at six ten WTVN

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Ohio health director orders closure of polls on primary day

Joel Riley

01:01 min | 5 months ago

Ohio health director orders closure of polls on primary day

"The latest saga with regard to the corona virus in Ohio now involves today's primary election on Monday governor Mike DeWine said it would seek a court order to have the election delay we should not be in a situation where the votes of these individuals who are conflicted archer pressed is therefore my recommendation after talking with the secretary of state talking with you turn the channel talking with lieutenant governor that voting be extended until June second no in person voting occur today but rather that in person voting occur on June second but between now and then that absentee ballot voting be permitted the wind also cited the health of the poll workers amid the corona virus outbreak but a Franklin County judge rejected that argument late Monday that in turn led to an emergency order from doctor Amy acting director of the Ohio department of health to postpone the election today the polls are closed today with the order from the Ohio Supreme Court upholding the Ohio department of health's order from

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2 Ohio State football players plead not guilty to rape

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

2 Ohio State football players plead not guilty to rape

"To a former Ohio State University football players appear in court on rape charges swearing all of color jail garb former Ohio state quarterback Amir reap appear before a judge in Franklin County Ohio accused of raping a woman at an apartment complex last week that making her take a cell phone video claiming that the sex was consensual okay one sure the appearance council also appearing in court Thursday morning teammate Johnson went to queues of being in the room at the time of the incident his bond was set at seventy five thousand dollars Ohio state cut both players Wednesday after learning of the

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2 Ohio State football players charged with rape

Scott Sloan

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

2 Ohio State football players charged with rape

"To Ohio state football players including a cold rain grad have been arrested on rape and kidnapping charges with the ten o'clock reports I'm Serra lease breaking now to Ohio state football players are facing charges of raping kidnapping following the release of an arrest warrant on Tuesday the university confirm that the warrant had been issued for senior defensive players Amir reap who's from Cincinnati end of call ring grad and Johnson went police say a complaint was filed against the two on February fourth for forcibly holding down the victim and having sex with her against her will a statement from the university says that they are aware of the charges that both players have been suspended from the team both are scheduled to be arraigned at nine o'clock tomorrow morning in Franklin County municipal

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Two Ohio State football players charged with rape and kidnapping, court records show

Memphis Morning News

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Two Ohio State football players charged with rape and kidnapping, court records show

"Out of Franklin County Ohio to Ohio state football players are facing rape charges court records show warrants were issued for Amir reap and Johnson went on Tuesday they're both in custody they're charged with rape and kidnapping according to sources the pair committed the alleged charges on the night of February the fourth they were twenty what their twenty one year old seniors to be for the Buckeye football team one would think that may become past tense very quickly if this is proven to be

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Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

"Franklin County in Columbus city leaders meanwhile say they have a new plan to tackle the opioid crisis the addiction plan will utilize it working groups that will guide government agencies with a goal of reducing both overdoses and overdose deaths by an average of fifteen

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Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

"Franklin County in Columbus city leaders meanwhile say they have a new plan to tackle the opioid crisis the addiction plan will utilize it working groups that will guide government agencies with a goal of reducing both overdoses and overdose deaths by an average of fifteen

Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

Rush Limbaugh

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Columbus, Franklin County leaders unveil plan to combat addiction

"City and county leaders say they have a new plan to tackle the opioid crisis in central Ohio Columbus public health hosted a meeting yesterday to unveil the twenty twenty Columbus and Franklin County addiction plan read the report showed a nine percent increase in overdose deaths in just the first nine months of twenty nineteen compared all twelve months of twenty eighteen the new plan will utilize the steering committee made up of five subcommittee work groups who will guide government agencies with a goal of reducing both overdoses and overdose death by fifteen percent and to decrease the rate of infectious diseases by ten

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U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

"A marine deserter accused of murder has been captured in Virginia the US marshal service says Michael Alexander brown has been arrested in Franklin County in southwestern Virginia the twenty two year old who deserted his post at Khaplu shoe North Carolina a month ago was being sought in connection with the fatal shooting of his mother's boyfriend in a small town outside Roanoke Virginia federal authorities received more than three hundred tips as they searched for the a wall

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Marine deserter accused of murder arrested after weeks on the run

Rush Limbaugh

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Marine deserter accused of murder arrested after weeks on the run

"A marine deserter wanted for murder has been arrested Michael brown is charged with second degree murder in the death of a man described as his mother's boyfriend after more than two weeks on the run brown who is twenty two was caught by US marshals in a home in Franklin County Virginia authorities say he had deserted his post at camp leisure and in North Carolina

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U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

"A marine deserter wanted for murder has been arrested Michael brown is charged with second degree murder in the death of a man described as his mother's boyfriend after more than two weeks on the run brown who is twenty two was caught by US marshals on a home in Franklin County Virginia authorities say he had deserted his post at camp leisure and in North Carolina

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U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

WBBM Morning News

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. marshals say they’ve arrested Marine deserter charged in murder of mother’s boyfriend

"CBS is Jim crystalline now with an update on the a wall marine wanted for murder in Virginia the US marshal service as Michael Alexander brown has been arrested in Franklin County in southwestern Virginia the twenty two year old who deserted his post a capital Zhu North Carolina a month ago was being sought in connection with the fatal shooting of his mother's boyfriend in a small town outside Roanoke Virginia federal authorities received more than three hundred tips as they searched for the a wall

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Special Prosecutor close to charging decision in DUI arrest of Vic Miller

Mark Levin

00:23 sec | 9 months ago

Special Prosecutor close to charging decision in DUI arrest of Vic Miller

"A special prosecutor will decide whether to pursue a deal why charge against Kansas senator Vic Miller of Topeka a special prosecutor is an attorney appointed to investigate and potentially prosecutor case in which a conflict of interest exists for the usual prosecuting authority Johnny county district attorney my cake he says he is assigned Franklin County attorney Brandon Jones to fill

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"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

"Franklin county sheriff's office trying to pull over a car on US thirty-three today that had been reported stolen out of Michigan. And that's when the driver reportedly took off the ankle exited at Hamilton road and struck a pedestrian who is attempting to cross the street that person is in critical condition at the hospital person says they found a large amount of alcohol, stolen, credit cards and credit card skimming devices that he's tell us the suspects may have been heading to Florida. Our news partners at ABC six say five juveniles were in that car came to rest in someone's front yard. It's a conservative and responsible approach because we are going to be paying as we. We go as oh dot faces. A massive budget gap, Ohio governor, Mike dewine says they borrowed against future cash inflows to the tune of more than three hundred million dollars. And that will not be happening. Well, he is in office. The idea that we could oral more money and paper over this problem for another year or two I don't think is responsible. And so I refuse to do that. And so today, he defended the prospect of asking the legislature for an eighteen cents per gallon tax increase on gasoline in order to keep down funded and Ohio is roads and highways in good shape. Meanwhile, the governor also nominated Dr Amy Acton to head of the Ohio department of health today right now just in the city, in of course of a year three thousand young people between the ages of fourteen I've seen ten fourteen and twenty four are homeless. She has more than thirty years of experience in health related fields. And recently worked for the Columbus foundation and was an associate professor at Ohio State the center for Medicaid services is asking the Ohio. Department of health meanwhile to conduct another intensive review and audit of Mount Carmel west to ensure that they are complying with terms needed to accept a Medicare and Medicaid benefits for their patients. ADP saints over a thousand other customers oh several thousand of their customers are without power again today as they try to recover after Sunday storm. There's still fifty six hundred customers by estimating without power after the sixty five mile per hour. Wind gusts Sunday afternoon ADP's, Dave Callaghan. Says it's a slow and tedious process. Sometimes they repair case to repair for thousand customers is the same amount of repair. For one says the majority of customers are expected to have power by tonight, otherwise areas near Steubenville, new Philadelphia Belmont, and near canton, the eastern Appalachian counties will be out of power until tomorrow Jared ally. Newsradio six ten WTVN and central Ohio has been named is home to one of the best companies to. Work for across the country magazines. Yearly analysis of feedback from employees about the companies they work for takes into account compensation. Diversity perks and paid time off of the top one hundred for twenty nineteen Nationwide's a highest local company at number fifty seven followed by total quality, logistics, eighty four box Inc. At ninety three in Ohio health at ninety nine nationwide is down four spots from last year. They've appeared on the list every year since two thousand fifteen Ohio health has been on the list since two thousand seven and peaked at number eighteen in two thousand eight Scott Jennings. Newsradio six ten WTVN radio. Six WTVN sports less than one hour out from tip off over at the shot. Ohio State hosts number twenty two I will buckeyes have three games left after tonight before the big ten tournament on bucks line Monday night. WTVN basketball analyst Tony White says right now the hawk is one of the hottest teams in the conference. When you look at Iowa. I mean, they've won five of six ten of their last thirteen ten in three in their last thirteen games in the toughest. Conference in the country. I mean that's pretty good including a win over Michigan in that stretch is state travel to west Lafayette, Saturday versus number fourteen Purdue across town of nationwide arena. The blue jackets battle the penguins in the second.

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"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

"The Franklin county jail today to support women who made it through a program that aims at helping those arrested on drug crimes get a step up when it comes to getting their life back together when they get out of completing this program is coming up with a plan for where they're going to live and work once they're release. The sheriff's office says in the pass nearly one hundred percent of the women who are eligible for this program would end up back here in jail now that number is down to twenty percent. Among the people who complete this program. ABC six has been the pathways program was funded through a nine hundred thousand dollar grant secured by the Senator the governor's seven point forty three billion dollar transportation. Budget proposal was laid out before the house finance committee today and a proposed gas tax included in the two year budget would increase the state's current twenty eight percent tax up to forty six cents. Reality is that the motor vehicle fuel tax right now. And for the foreseeable future is the most reliable metric and source. We have to assess and collect funding necessary for our transportation system. Doubts transportation director, Jack March banks and board of elections members. From all of Ohio's, eighty eight counties were sworn into office at the state house today secretary estate Frankel rose delivered their oaths in this statehouse rotunda. Radio six ten WTVN sports. The columbus. Blue jackets on the railroad to Ottawa to battle the senators tomorrow night at ten games blow five hundred on the season. But John Tortorella does not wanna call. The trap game truck game shouldn't be in the vocabulary for our team right now. No, not at all Lou jackets back on home, ice, Saturday versus San Jose. That's the start of a five game homestand Ohio State men's hoops took down northwestern last night, sixty three to forty nine the basketball buckeyes are in Maryland Saturday at two tomorrow at noon the name logo and head coach for Columbus's arena. Football franchise. We'll be revealed in the NFL the Bengals have hired Lou remote to be their new defensive coordinator. And Rory mcilroy is your leader after one round of the WGC Mexico Rory's at seven hundred Tiger Woods even on the day round. To play starts tomorrow around eleven AM from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk, Eric research, NewsRadio six ten WTVN and the Ohio State board of trustees will vote this week on recommendations for ticket pricing for next year's basketball season. I'm Alison why anti-rabies six first warning weather. Forecast is coming up in sixty seconds. Celebrate fifteen years of art and community at camp.

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"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

"Hotline in Franklin county will open its doors later this month. Lutheran social services says over fifteen million dollars was raised to construct the forty seven thousand square foot shelter that can hold over one hundred and twenty beds. US Senator Rob Portman ways in today on the partial government shutdown and border security. A government shutdown is a waste of tax money. The thought of Senator Rob Portman is he weighs in on the gridlock of the day and the partisan debate over a border wall. One of the issues that need to be part of whatever solution we have on the border is better screening of the truck things actually, stop the illegal movement, not just of people but of of deadly substances that are coming into our country. The US Senator from terrace park offering thoughts on. A conference call with Ohio reporters Portman says more needs to be done to fund a border security at the state house. Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. President is also said to address the border wall and the shutdown at nine o'clock tonight. We will carry his speech for you right here. People in the United States spend twice as much on healthcare than those in other developed a nation. According to a study out of Johns Hopkins, Bloomberg school of public health. It's not because we use the healthcare system. More in the US. It's because we pay higher prices for drugs salaries for doctors and nurses hospital administration costs another things the study's lead author. Dr Gerard, f Anderson says quote in spite of all the efforts in the US to control health spending over the past twenty five years. The story remains the same. The US remains the most expensive because of the price is the US pays for health services at Lisa's e NBC News Radio for.

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"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

"And even if you don't live in Franklin county, or you have a business is not in Franklin county. I would still suggest you go and just read through this and see what they're talking about. Because there's a lot of things that you could be doing with your business well to help just keep helping to clean things up. So give me some examples of like, what are things that small businesses may be doing that. They don't even realize that they're causing issues. Yeah. A big one is using like a mopped even clean liquid spills. We'd rather people have like spill kit with absorbent rather than washing something like Greece down the drain, obviously. That's not good for your dreams or the storm water system. Blowing leaves and grass clippings off the sidewalks. That's a pretty easy thing to do. There's a couple of landscaping. Why would why would we want to do that? Yeah. So leaves and grass clippings are one of our biggest pollutants actually in our waterways. So once they get washed onto storm. They go to the waterways. They start breaking down, and they create a lot of nitrogen a lotta people know now because of the algal blooms that are always in the news nitrogen is kind of a big driver of those algal blooms it's hard to get out of the water for drinking water as well. So Corey when we're preaching on our show about how you should be returning this clippings back to the turf, and you should be returning those clip, those leaves finally ground back to the turf and keeping them within your own property. That's just another one of the multiple reasons why folks should be doing that. Exactly. Yeah. It's great for your lawn. I mean, if the free fertilizer trees are making for ya. And yeah, it keeps that nitrogen out of the water. You know, when you look at some of these things that folks are doing they probably aren't doing it knowingly that they're damaging the environment. Do you think or me, I guess maybe sometimes they do? No, no. I would say the majority of people who aren't doing sort of best practices. We talk about doing it maliciously. It's more. They just don't realize the impact it's having. Like, I said once it goes down the drain. It's kinda outta sight outta mind. Yeah, you're you're right. You know, I was just trying to just trying to think of all the things that we may be doing outside the cleanup spill, and that's inside or outside outside. You're you're exactly right. And we just pour down the drain or whatever dumping the buckets out Nali ways things like that. I had one thing on your leaking dumpsters. I never even thought about that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That can be kind of a big thing. And that's actually really easy to report to. So if you see a leaky dumpster, so that's something that I need a lot of small businesses. What kind of get a slap on the wrist for those Wiki dumpsters. Just because concerned citizens will we'll call and say something and the EPA oh come follow up. So keeping those from leaking. It's really important kind of keep your business out of trouble. So that's something that the EPA would follow not you guys. But the EPA would follow up on and say you need to make an adjustment here. Yeah. Yeah. We're not. Usually those things we try to try to prevent those things from happening and kind kinda help people from getting into trouble Corey gas away is with us this morning. She's the outreach program specialist for Franklin soil and water conservation district and all the great things that they do the, newsletters and on you seriously, go to their website and sign up for some of these things. So you get the information or just keep perusing their website, and you can update. And then she said click on this one to learn more about the water quality partner program. So when I go to take so so if I'm a small business owner in Franklin county, I go I say, okay, I'll take the I is a little little pleasure. You take what kind of what kind of questions are you going to ask me? Yeah. So just kinda some basic information. I'm gonna ask you for your address. Just because I keep track of where people are at. We're not going to be sending you a bunch of male or anything like that. We do have a contact name and a contact Email. We will send out quarterly emails just kind of talking about different things that businesses can do. But again, that's only time getting communication from us. We're not going to be fun your inbox or anything like that. Right. Yeah. And then you just sign up for whatever you wanna pledge to do. So you don't even have to pledge to do all the things on the list. I think we have about twenty things you can do long as you choose. I think the minimum is five of those things. We'll send you it's a little water droplet clinging. On your window. So everyone in your community knows that you're doing your part keep storm article. And you know, what I think the employee's would appreciate that too. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of. We've had a couple of on kinda get in touch with us, and brochures and more information out to their employees. So so they can be educated to pretty cool. I like it. So if your company if you're in Franklin county, and you want to be more environmentally friendly and again, working with the water quality partner programs one way to to take that step. I think your employees would really appreciate you as an owner and the business knowing that you want to do this and and make the environment much much nicer than what it is today and to continue to improve on that take this pledge did the sticker put it in a window. Let let your employees nobody get the, brochures, keep them informed. Let them get no about it. They'll get involved with it. They'll get behind you on it. And I think I think it's absolutely wonderful core gas away with us this morning outreach program specialists, four Franklin saw water a concert or. Yeah. Conservation district. Let me ask you this. You did the the milkweed pod collection. How'd that go? Oh, it was great. I wanna say we had a full size trash cans, and we filled it up about two and a half times. Oh, good. Yeah. We got quite local. I don't think. Final number four how the state did as a whole in Franklin county. We did a great job. So good for you. So we think everybody for dropping those off, and we'll let you know when they're doing that again next year. But again, just one of those many ways that you can help the environment. And again, you guys do a great job the programs. You're doing a great. The the information that's out there. For folks to read is.

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"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"The services that we're providing in the aging network in franklin county but i also think that you know only opens up the cross communication line so right now you know you may not know who you need to call it a certain agency if you start to create those relationships in the room then it's no longer a question of who do i call i have a relationship and now i can easily pick up the phone and make that connection that only helps the people that were all serving you know one of the things that's i'm very passionate about is the importance of not duplicating efforts that exist in the community and so how do we all do that warm hand off and ensure that you know someone that's coming in for your services going over here to receive a different service but not the same service because what can happen is a lot of confusion for the folks that were serving the last thing you know the the systems around them are often very confusing in general the last thing i want is for older adults in their caregivers to have experienced more confusion by duplication of efforts and so how do we come together and really start thinking about who's doing what and how do we support each other better as something i'm committed to doing so more formalized structure of meetings like we had on last week and i was amazed at how many people were going to be there nancy and i had talked a little bit about her putting this meeting together and when i walked in i mean cash there had to be fifty sixty agencies easily represented in probably one hundred people in the room that's a lot of that's a lot of services available to to our older adults and so as i said it's there's just so much that it's going on for for instance in our employment area there is duplication in that there are a lot of agencies who are helping people with employment but that doesn't necessarily mean we're all doing the same thing and and almost no one has that same niche that we do that completely open door they may look at at populations of older adults but there are restrictions in that and so we're we're we're lucky that we're able to do it without those restrictions which is real helpful so yeah and i think that's half the battle you know understanding who all is working on which aspect of the of the services we're providing in the community but that starts conversation right in relationship building and that's you know something i'm very passionate about is how we all strengthen our relationships across the aging network but i also think there's a larger story to be told you know how are we all coming together to do this so the population in that room in that meeting you know so many people show it up and they all share a common mission and that's to help people agent place there's a story to be told him franklin county and i'm so excited to be able to tell that story and bring us all together and share it you know and i think that's an important effort that we we can contribute to i'm sure you're learning curves like straight up until all this but we often get a pat line from employers saying no i need someone who can work on a computer when we say we're bringing them in a very dependable older adult worker well we provide over thousands or.

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"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"And to to watch over their grandchildren so but but if you can't boy i talk about isolated from all of the fun stuff that's happening unit with even within their phantoms you brought up earlier about h friendly in the terminates that's a buzzword around here especially since we've been involved with h friendly columbus initiative here the past two or three years been one of the agencies helping out with that it's grown to include all of franklin county at has completed the planning research phase and now moving into implementation of the strat plan give us your thoughts on the h friendly project and the role you see the agency playing over the next few years yeah and i would say that katie white would be really excited that you said it's a buzzword and so that means she is doing her job while we're losing in the budget possible to katie's been with us and so we've talked about that and when when the kirwin institute originally did they study and i don't know if it was janitors somebody at franklin county told them will you're not looking at employment and they heard that from several people and that's how they called me everybody kept saying you've gotta talk to carol you gotta talk to carol but yes no eight now we've h friendly is is we're going strong why thinks that's the goal for it to become the buzzword and the buzz action so you know how do we all become more age friendly and i am as committed to that as the next person katie white and i work really closely together so in two thousand eighteen the franklin county board of commissioners approved to fund age friendly so it would expand from age friendly columbus to h friendly franklin county and i think that that makes us the one of the first counties to become age friendly and so that is that is very strategic and it's very exciting how we continue the good work that we're trying to do at a city level out you know throughout the county i think that age friendly you know it's a buzzword but it needs to be an action item that we're all thinking about i think about it on a regular basis you know every time i mountain about i'm thinking about that and i think you know having the ability right now on participating with some hilltop conversations so the research showed us that those that reside in hilltop didn't feel that they were connected to as many senior services so age friendly data told told that story and so now we are in conjunction with age friendly you know cage friendly's hosting these and i'm participating as much as i can to hear from those residents in hilltop to hear what their needs are to really get that you know person centered response to hear directly from those folks in those communities and our hope is to continuously hear from folks aging in our community to be able to apply programmatic responses to ensure that needs are being met and so how do we apply that across the county you know that's what we're working towards right now how do we take that lens that's been on the city and an applied across the county and all the different suburbs and all the different communities and support them to become age friendly themselves i i would encourage our listeners to pop back to the other podcast about h friendly because i think that what's so significant about that is that it brings in domains of of issues that are have not really been focused upon for the senior population when you hear seniors you hear healthcare housing transportation and food but there are other kinds of things so we were excited because it was the first time we saw anything that looked at it at employment for older adults as a real issue but also it's communications that whole communication section in the h friendly project so i go back to my earlier comment of well i've been doing work in all of the different agencies for so many years i thought i knew them all but you know every day i hear about something else well if we haven't heard about all of these different major cities and resources available how would the person in our community who is is elated may not have all of the most uptodate technology access how would they know yeah absolutely michelle we've talked about all those seniors services and the providers to issues came up at a meeting that we were all attending last week with you so that you had an opera unity.

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"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Their community you know there's great initiatives happening today that i'm really really excited about for franklin county which are the village the village model is something really really passionate about i think the age friendly i know we'll we'll probably talk about that as we continue to this podcast but i think in those types of initiatives where the folks that are funding those those efforts in that work are showing that that isn't important and respectful way allowing folks to age in place in our community wonderful i don't know how uniquely are as a county across the state of ohio or even across the united states but most of the press is all focused on younger adults baleno keeping them here in such boat we've got a population's gonna continue to grow older and stay in place in franklin county that i think franklin county office on aging amongst other agencies are doing a great job of but how do you have an i i know this little bit off or we want to go with questions but it came to mind while we're talking about this we need to keep that in the forefront though absolutely and you know it's interesting as i you know what ten eleven weeks into this role but something that i learned definitely the healthcare collaborative was the imperative of the imperative ness of collaboration to meet the needs and i often think you know my role at the office on aging is a collaborative role with my counterpart over at job and family services and how do we both support each other because the folks that she's taking care of that are stricken by poverty today we'll be the older adults that we'll have to take care of and so how do we all look at it as an ecosystem of our community into how are we all coming together to support and and we're ready franklin county is ready work cited to start that and and figure out how we're all coming together to collaboratively support those that no matter where they are in their life cycle because those are the caregivers the younger the millennials are the caregivers you know we're all touched by aging we're all aging every single day so at some point along the way we're all going to touch this need and so we have to be responsive but i think it goes it goes back to being proactive going back earlier on to ensure that by the time or aging older adults you know were were that sixty and older that we have the support and services in place and then those of us who need extra supports and services that were being thoughtful about those to ensure that their needs are being met continuously you know i think that.

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"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"In the community providing support and services to the aging population but then also adding that new lens in that new skill set of collaboration and collective impact to this population and it's so good to have you with us at franklin county aging as i said we've been we've done so many different things together janet can talk a little bit about what we have been involved in but also j the tell us a little bit about yourself too well i've been in the aging field for probably about about forty years worked in all different types of settings from lobbying to public relations and i've been with the agency now for twenty four years how servicing the seniors here in franklin county communicating what it is we do here at the office on aging that's fabulous i think that for as if anybody in the community has not heard a franklin county office on aging they had to work at not hearing about it because the the programs are fabulous and everybody talks about how wonderful it has been over the year so thank you for all of your service there too thank you well many of us have been through this we've been caregivers i was a caregiver that's actually how i i came in contact with franklin county office on aging taking care of my dad and having been a caregiver i can say it is scary there's nothing easy about dealing with an older relative a friend partner who is going through some health issues an and it's really it's a constant state of fear as a caregiver you you just don't know what's going to happen next particularly i was lucky my parents were here in columbus but boy to be a here from so many of our clients that are dealing with somebody who's not just nine columbus but they're not even in ohio so family members are dealing with elvis lack of mobility loneliness on the part of the older adult so as the new leader for franklin county off on aging you're going to move a strategically forward and lots of things are changing can you give us a little bit of your perspective on thoughts of the kind of where we are right now and your first steps yeah that's a great question and you know you're exactly right aging at times unfortunately can be scaring and the needs that arise through the aging process can be intimidating to both caregivers and those that are aging themselves our society is changing so you know my future vision is is really applying what's happening around us and then how do we anticipate the needs as a result of the societal shift years ago folks used to primarily age in a nursing home environment and we have shifted into and i don't know when that shift started but it's definitely alive and well today where you know it's about people's rights and the dignity at the end of their life and how do we keep them where they want to age and that is typically in their homes and so how do we support those folks and the and the senior options program with the support of the levy is able to help those franklin county residents do that in a way that you personally i've never seen before and it is an incredible gift that we're given and we have a great opportunity to continuously enhance that data's telling us that in in by twenty fifty are older adult population will have doubled and so how do we prepare for that how do we think about that how do we understand that the the funds that we have today need to be applied across a larger population and those are all the things that i'm thinking about on the right on a regular basis and so i think it comes down to almost progressing as back to a time of you know an older day of society where neighborhoods existed more and we took care of our neighbors and we were we weren't impacted by 'isolation as much we were very thoughtful those that live around us and how we support them we've volunteer more things like that i think that you know that coupled with the support and services that senior options is able to provide in our community do to those levied dollars i think really gets us to a place of better impact and more coverage you know to ensure that those lie lives that are aging in our community are taking care of the best that we can with respecting their desire to do that in their in.

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"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"So in the last few moments we have here with jeffrey young director of franklin county emergency management homeland security we want to remind everybody get lightning safety awareness week coming up june eighteenth or the twenty four th and what what do you want people to think about during that week so during that week i want i want to remind everybody that you know they're about twenty five million lightning strikes annually across the nation and every one of those lightning strikes is very dangerous and could be a killer so if people see lightning here thunder they need to understand that that's dangerous item and they need to go inside and just be aware of the weather around them and take actions for their own personal protection and safety so if you if you see lightning if you hear thunder go inside it's time to time to find something else to do in inside tagline is when the thunder roars go indoors so yes way too easy way to remember it absolutely and once again your website where people get more information f c em hss dot org once again our guest today on the program has been the director of franklin county emergency management and homeland security jeffrey young thanks so much for stopping by today no problem mark anytime thanks for listening to columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of north american broadcasting you can send questions or comments about today's show to columbus concerns in care of these station fourteen fifty eight dublin road columbus forward three two one five or email said columbus concerns at nap co media dot com.

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"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"And security information you can text you know say boom twenty eighteen to triple eight triple seven and they now have an option or the ability to push those messages out to text messaging group and the advantage that is it allows people to easily opt into a group to receive information without hack having to create a profile without having to have a local address so we can really also capture visitors to our area guests that are coming in for events so there's really some unique capabilities it also then allows us to stand up keyword keywords for specific incidents if we need to create unique groups or push information or make information available to them it's used frequently down in the gulf coast states when they're doing evacuations they'll stand up like a key word for evacuation you you text it to a you know the evacuation to triple eight triple seven and then public officials can push out information to them that you know this is the preferred route this route is closing at this time and then post the incident you can utilize a word such as recovery or something to that effect to also allow people to receive follow up information as they recover from a large scale disaster or incident and that's going to become available this summer it is available to it's going to be available to public safety officials this summer so it's really a tool in their toolbox to inform the public help them manage the event and then in the event they do have a severe weather or a security concern they can push out safety information to the public and how they would like them to respond our guest on the program today from franklin county emergency management and homeland security is the director jeffrey young and i'm sure you guys have a website that where people can find out more about all everything we're talking about today we do f c h s dot.

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"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"I believe i'll have state lost the game and they were on a comeback and and it really took a lot of criticism for for not resuming player not playing through it but it was it was now in retrospect the intelligent thing to do come on what's more important lyonel girl haya state football let's on woody hayes disciple grew up and actually met him and newnham so i understand the emotion and the desire and and you know just about anything else that's almost the the only one that might get us there that and an actual tornado cole cold and snow no you play through it but other than that lightning and thunderstorms and tornadoes priority there ago you have a new community engagement feature tell tell us a little bit about that yeah so we've we've rolled out this year with our mass notification system which is alert franklin county traditionally that system allows us to reach out to the community through landline phone numbers as well as people who have registered with the system and we always people to our encourage them to create a profile in register within our system letting us know the addresses that that they want to be notified about as well as their mobile device numbers but now we are rolling out at a community engagement module that will make available to really the public safety officials a keyword opt in or text messaging function so if i use red white and boom in as an example now columbus police who event management unit they can kind of publish for safety.

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"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"Resumes are directed through nine one one and traditionally handled by the the local public safety people traditionally you know the fire department but we fill that role and we make sure that if anything else all the resources are responding to to deal with whatever short and longterm need neither is while when we talk about franklin emergency management obviously a big factor is the weather and what goes on there tornado sirens being as you mentioned number one there was there's been a change in the way of the tornado sirens go off in franklin county whether it's really the sweet spot for us or kind of the the unmet need that we really address you know obviously we were closely with the broadcast media but from a governmental entity we deal with that this year for the first time we've kind of taken our traditional countywide siren system and broken it down into four zones so northwest northeast southwest southeast so you know it used to be when the national weather service issued a tornado warning that touched any part of franklin county regardless which corner or small all of the tornado siren sounded and with that did in particular today's society when everybody can look at a weather radar app or you know look at what the weather is outside and how it impacts them we were probably over warning over learning people to that fact and kind of desensitizing them that they could be at risk so this year we've broken our siren down and now just zones that are truly in the warning area will be activated you know it still has potentially a little bit bigger than the the national weather service tornado warning polygon but any anything we can do to closely match that in more accurately warned the public is better technology in other words as made a big difference in in your accuracy and the way you.

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"franklin county" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Islands in franklin county florida as well as anyone living along the coastline or in an rv park evacuations are also ordered in taylor and gulf county's an update from florida governor rick scott's office shows more than five thousand florida national guard members on standby scott has declared a state of emergency in all sixty seven counties states of emergency are also in effect in parts of alabama and mississippi all three state leaders say the order creates more flexibility and insures resources are available for communities impacted by the storm officials urge residents to take steps to get prepared for npr news i'm regan mccarthy in tallahassee former president george h w bush has been hospitalized in maine after experiencing low blood pressure his spokesman jim mcgrath says he will likely remain in the hospital for a few days and that he's awake alert and not in pain the forty first president has spending the summer at the family compound in kennebunkport maine this is npr news this week marks the one hundred anniversary of the famous battle of bellawood in northern france a pivotal moment in world war one jc enron pairs reports military officials from the us france and germany gathered at a nearby american cemetery to mark the centennial more than five thousand people attended the ceremony the deadly month long battle has become a touchstone in the lure of the us marine corps on june first nine hundred eighteen german troops moved into bellawood near the marne river between paris and rents us soldiers in the second division which included marines fought alongside french and british troops the us marines launched a total of six assaults on the woods before they drove out the germans in total the us lost more than eighteen hundred soldiers and eight thousand others suffered injuries many of the dead are buried in a nearby american cemetery on his recent state visit to the white house french president emmanuel macron gave the us assessable oak sapling from bellawood.

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"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN

"So i had some banners up on one sixty one out in licking county and without at the newark farmers market friday evening nice storm rolled through and i saw that the banners were a little crooked and so decided to go out over the weekend and straighten him up and when i got out there sunday morning my wife and i noticed that there was a swastika painted on one of them believable swastika painted on your campaign sign in licking county it was right about eight miles from my house which is in in new albany i'm right there up against the licking county border but it was it was pretty close licking franklin county border one sixty one so driving from newark to columbus people got a chance to see that what did you make of that what did you what was your immediate thought you know it's it's hard thing to process it was a lot of emotions all at once anger you know just discussed not really knowing knowing what to what to think and especially discovering on a sunday morning you know when i should be getting out there on the last real day of campaigning and hitting the brakes and talking to people because i i really ran for for republican are very grassroots campaign just you know no tv just out there knocking on doors talking to voters going to those farmers markets and so it really sort of messed with my frame of mind to be out there that day it was it was very disturbing targeted because of your your faith.

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"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"franklin county" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"On they over ninety percent of the children we several with thirty thousand children of franklin county every year on the majority of serb within their own home and um most of them do return home within a year so it is temporary because you know people may think all with a horrible family situation and the cia should never go back there but we have to first of all realized that parents have rights in most parents don't get up one day and say oh i'm going to hurt my child today and then we look at also the children you know it's traumatic when they have to be removed from their family vast the life those of their parents that's the community that they know and so we try to lessen the trauma for the children as much as possible talk a little bit about the public responsibility and most of the referrals that you have do they come from police or courts or do they come from average citizens who see something and call you we have refer we we've see referrals my were certainly receive referrals from from a lot from schools on some from law enforcement some from medical facilities hospitals from the community at large and down you know it is a community responsibility to ensure the safety of our children you know our aid is he can't be the eyes and ears of the entire community we don't have a crystal ball and so it's up to people if they think that they see a situation where a child is unsafe for being mistreated they should call dacia call our hotline number is six one four two two nine seven.

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