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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"Blocked the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors to go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of an imperfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Brian Harris komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news players global propelling Sharon's money update stocks began the new week with a powerful rally fueled largely by optimism.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"Roadblocks blocked the social and make impact will it have as we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"Manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer ask former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the man was about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's a difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that and I'm not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"The manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news companies time wanting him just go with our propellant sure it's money update optimism about a potential coronavirus vaccine gave stocks a huge lift today the market finishing with Bradham sharp gains the Dow industrials jumped nine hundred twelve points the nasdaq composite gained two.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"We have to man roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have as we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse or timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed Ellis condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cast aids volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that and I'm not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Brian Harris promoters and become.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"Years ago today has much to teach us about our response to the covert nineteen pandemic that's according to a Seattle author who's written extensively about that Russian more from Kohl's Copenhagen in a Seattle times op ed author Steve Olson writes back in nineteen eighty skeptical state and local officials downplayed the warnings they were getting from geologists about the imminent threat St Helens posed on may eighteenth nineteen eighty the mountains eruption flattened two hundred twenty square miles of old growth forest destroyed hundreds of homes and other structures and killed fifty seven people that death toll is a drop in the bucket compared to the current pandemic but the author of twenty sixteens eruption the untold story of mount St Helens says the events are similar in that scientists knew they were coming but public policy lag behind he says then Washington governor dixy Lee ray ironically herself the scientist failed to sign an order that would have authorized law enforcement to expel many of the people who were later killed in the blast Olson says the two events are both reminders that more disasters will come often with advance notice and it would service all he says to heed the warnings and be prepared Corwin hate como new athletic apparel giant Nike gearing up to reopen its stores around the U. S. starting this week couples Franklin C. with more the Oregon based company says it's using lessons learned during the re openings of stores in other countries including China Nike's Heidi o'neill says there will be new sanitizing procedures and more social distancing ourselves out I'm Jack out of the story your nineteen year clearly and I'm contactless manner thank you was one of the first major retailers to close its doors with a corona virus outbreak it Frank Lenzi colonial and eastern Washington lawmaker whose actions surrounding an armed standoff with federal agents dubbed or W. domestic terrorism won't seek reelection we get the details from couples are kind service senator Matt Shea did not file a petition of candidacy for a state house seat on Friday which was the last day available for people seeking offices in the twenty twenty election a Spokane valley Republican he was accused of domestic terrorism for his involvement in a standoff with the federal government and in eastern Oregon wildlife refuge representative Shay is a favorite among gun rights groups he is also co founder of the coalition of western states a federation of politicians and anti government and militia supporters throughout the west Eric heights going to a stunning new twist in the death of a Washington state woman who was attending the university of Utah in twenty eighteen couples bill o'neil reports more McClusky paid former boyfriend Melvin Rowland for explicit pictures investigators say he was using to blackmail her then sent them to campus police hoping officers would be able to protect her because he was shot to death days later Roland then killed himself the Salt Lake Tribune now reports a police officer kept the photos of the twenty one year old victim on his personal phone and even show them off to at least one other officer because his parents have filed a fifty six million dollar lawsuit over how police handled the case the university says it did not know about the officers inappropriate behavior until he left the department about a year after the murder bill o'neill komo news of Fife mother accused of trying to kill her two young children a woman called nine one one saying she had just killed her four year old daughter and was planning to kill her two year old son next when officers arrived they found the kids and began treatment until paramedics arrived and transported both kids to Mary bridge police say it remains a mystery why this mom would want to harm her children the indications of the investigation we believe that the mother intentionally intended to harm the children we don't know why works fine you know just a few facts right now was how that occurred and also tell me the father who also lived in this house was out on a shopping trip when this all played out four year old girl is in critical condition that two year old boy is being held at Mary bridge for observation almost caricom finishes ten forty anti to check into the honey exterior sports does Major League Baseball hinging on the players and the managers are the owners rather coming to an agreement over money the owners would like to place to accept a fifty fifty split of revenue the players union says that's equivalent to a salary cap Jeff Passan of ESPN says in the meantime they have put together a list of safety protocols that need to be followed major league baseball feels like this plan needed to be as detailed as it is not just to get players back and have them feel safe and feel like they're in a healthy environment but because public health commissioners and local health officials are going to have to rubber stamp any plan that Major League Baseball has to come back to some of the protocols include does spitting fist bumping or mascots sorry.

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"That were developing because of the pandemic we have no intention of ever getting rid of them again this is gonna be a new way of doing business and and I think it's gonna be a better way for consumers he also says service departments are offered to pick up your car for maintenance and then return it to you sanitized komo news time eight thirty eight we look at the calendar may eighteenth it's a date that those kind of seared into a lot of people's brains the eruption of mount St Helens was forty years ago today and has much to teach about our response to the current pandemic according to a Seattle author who has written extensively about the eruption the story from Cuomo's Corwin Hey can a Seattle times op ed author Steve Olson writes back in nineteen eighty skeptical state and local officials downplayed the warnings they were getting from geologists about the imminent threat St Helens posed on may eighteenth nineteen eighty the mountains eruption flattened two hundred twenty square miles of old growth forest just OIT hundreds of homes and other structures and killed fifty seven people that death toll is a drop in the bucket compared to the current pandemic but the author of twenty sixteens eruption the untold story of mount St Helens says the events are similar in that scientists knew they were coming but public policy lag behind he says then Washington governor dixy Lee ray ironically herself a scientist failed to sign an order that would have authorized law enforcement to expel many of the people who were later killed in the blast Olson says the two events are both reminders that more disasters will come often with advance notice and it would service all he says to heed the warnings and be prepared Corwin hate komo news it's eight thirty nine and we're just a minute away from a como sports update total wine and more now offers curbside pickup and same day delivery in northern Virginia have great finds at great prices delivered right to your car or to your door it's easy to discover the more.

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"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"governor dixy lee ray" Discussed on KOMO

"Wear face coverings Canada and the United States are still working to extend the closing of the border to nonessential travel during the pandemic both nations reportedly agree with the mutual ban on nonessential travel right now in other countries seems to be in a hurry to ease the restrictions the existing agreements expire next week Canada wants to extend the agreement until June twenty first Whitman county has become the ninth county in the state to be approved to move into phase two of economic recovery that means businesses there including restaurants can open again but of course with restrictions the state is taking issue with the federal government who cites vulnerabilities in Washington's unemployment system calls Eric Heinz reports the employment security department here could be a target for an international fraud ring it's tied to the code nineteen joblessness related explosion top unemployment administrators admit they are likely to slow direct deposits of payments to block the widespread fraud following a secret service alert to a Nigerian fraud ring however state officials told The Seattle Times over the weekend as Washington was among the first states to start paying federal benefits that likely made Washington and early fraud target the EST temporarily halted payments last week to try to deal with the surge of bogus claims for unemployment insurance filed using the identities of unsuspecting workers Eric heights common use the eruption of mount St Helens forty years ago today has much to teach about our response to the pandemic that's according to a Seattle author who's written extensively about the eruption we get more on that story from Cuomo's Corwin hate a Seattle times op ed author Steve Olson writes back in nineteen eighty skeptical state and local officials downplayed the warnings they were getting from geologists about the imminent threat St Helens posed on may eighteenth nineteen eighty the mountains eruption flattened two hundred twenty square miles of old growth forest destroyed hundreds of homes and other structures and killed fifty seven people that death toll is a drop in the bucket compared to the current pandemic but the author of twenty sixteens eruption the untold story of mount St Helens says the events are similar in that scientists knew they were coming but public policy lag behind he says then Washington governor dixy Lee ray ironically herself the scientist failed to sign an order that would have authorized law enforcement to expel many of the people who were later killed in the blast Olson says the two events are both reminders that more disasters will come often with advance notice and it would service all he says to heed the warnings and be prepared Corwin hake komo news six thirty nine right now will check almost ports in a minute on.

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