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"grand island" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture
"Good to have you with us on. Aol thanks to mike pearson for filling in for me yesterday as i made my way to grand island and we're ready to go with the big three days..
"grand island" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture
"Hi this is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up heading to husker harvest as in grand island nebraska this year be sure to stop by booth to talk with local agronomist and product experts then walk across the aisle and visit the syngenta square to relax and enjoy a cold beverage. Mike adams of atoms on agriculture. We'll be broadcasting. Live all three days from syngenta booth. Eleven o six stop by to watch the show live at nine. Am that's eleven o six at nine. Am we look forward to seeing you in grand island at husker harvest as these cruces. You've put your life into your view each harvest morning while the industry changes this land is meant to be here for your grandkids. And then there's that's why. Eighty s and drainage contractors across the nation are doing our part to protect america's farm families we're proud to provide water management solutions that make family farms like yours more profitable now and for generations to come learn more about how we keep families farming at ads. Pipe dot com. You're listening to aoa. I'm kirsten role. Export sales saw the impact of hurricane ida tuesday. Last week's crop shipments were about half of the prior week's volume and only about forty three percent of the ten week average volume. So even inspections. We're the worst week in seven years. The positive news coming out of new orleans is that the mississippi river was reopened to barge traffic however most export terminals remain without power on the board of trade. We saw some early morning strength now. We are trading mostly in the red on the trade december corn trading. Three quarters of a cent higher at five eleven and a half cent. The march contract up three quarters at five twenty one in a fraction for soybeans and november contract. Down two and three quarters at twelve seventy four and a fraction the january contract down three and a fraction at twelve eighty four four weeks chicago wheat december down seven and a fraction at seven twelve and a half cent kansas city. We december down a dime at seven. Oh seven and a half cent. Minneapolis spring wheat december down. Thirteen and a half cent at eight. Ninety four and three the march contract down fourteen at eighty two and a half cent commodities fell in general on tuesday as traders came back from the extended weekend seeing overall bearish news. The increase of cova cases might hinder beef demand. To some extent as some slowing of restaurant activity may surface however this may be offset by retailer mant looking at the futures on the board of trade. The october live cattle contract. Trading forty cents higher at one twenty four twelve december contract up a dime at one twenty nine sixty four feeder cattle september. Up seventy two at one hundred and fifty seven dollars even the october contract up thirty at one sixty thirty five looking at lean hogs the october contract dollar five higher at eighty nine fifteen december up seventy seven at eighty one fifty five in the outside markets that i was up thirty eight points. The nasdaq composite down. Forty eight the s. p. five hundred up one the. Us dollar index is trending higher. You're listening to a away. I'm kirsten role. I'll take dig a little learn a lot for thirty bushels soft and crumbly tom. How does healthy soil. Feel to the touch correct. Dig a little for forty bushels sweet and earthy tom. What does healthy soil smell like. Yes go again dig a little for fifty bushels. Dark porous and the live tom. What does healthy soil look like you win. Understanding the basics and benefits of healthy soil can make your farm a winner to through lower input costs better yields and drought protection which can lead to a healthier bottom line for your business. Contact your local natural resources conservation service office today to find out how you can unlock the secrets in your soil. This message brought to you by. Usda's natural resources conservation service and this radio station. Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world information america's farmers and ranchers need to know on a now back to mike adams all right time for our husker harvest as preview brought to you by syngenta. Our guest is matt young nationally. Vince manager for farm progress. Before we look ahead matt to next week's husker harvest stays in grand island nebraska. Let's look back one more time last week. Farm progress show indicator ideal weather and a very successful show. Yeah i would. I would agree completely and you kinda you get that evaluation. It's kinda built around a lot of different things. That's what the what the growers are saying. And what the good that are saying. The vendors and the transactions that occurred and those kinds of things and you know. I got out the husker Earlier this week and you start seeing the exhibitors that made the same trip i did. They did farm progress show. And then they're out here setting up husker harvest days and the conversations that i'm having with them. Is you know stack up with everything that you said that that they had a good show They you know most of all they were just glad to be back together. And having event and and have the industry get together And so it was. It was very successful and you know it. It just seems like when we have a good farm progress show it rolls over to get husker harvest days. The weather patterns kind of a look similar in and you know so everything is in everything. Everything is looking up for for next week. Yeah the checking. That forecast for grand island does look favorable at this point for next tuesday wednesday thursday for husker harvest as you mentioned The exhibitors that moved from farm progress to husker one of those being syngenta. I broadcast last week from this agenda tent all three days and all broadcast from the syngenta tent all three days next week but even though the exhibit field looks different more irrigation equipment and more on the livestock side at husker than at farm progress. There are several exhibitors at do Go to both right. Yep yep you've got You know your cornerstone cornerstone corporate exhibits the big ones. You know you have your The the folks from case. I h or are already here setting up john deere and atco new holiday are. Everything's everything's rolling in and it's kind of like all the conversations we've had through the summer and leading up to the show where right now we're at that point worthy. The infrastructure is pretty much their tensor up and the church are finishing up. The landscapers are working hard. And it's the beginning of the exhibitors rolling in and starting to put the displays actually put the pieces in place whether it's display components or pieces of equipment And i actually as her on the phone looking out the window the show office. I just saw the first pressure. Washers count in so. That's that's the next logical step in this once. Once they get things in place for good the pressure washers will come in and make it look shining and while some people may go to both shows as far as just show attendees. You're drawing from a different geography. Really for husker right. You'll reach out to some folks who are on the out in the western part of the country and have a pretty big draw. Multi-state.
Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade
"Workers are dying on the job from excessive heat death that might have been prevented at construction sites and in farm fields and investigation by npr and the investigative reporting unit of the columbia journalism school examined hundreds of these cases and they found that osha. That's the federal agency charged with protecting occupational safety and health that osha has known for decades how to prevent deaths from heat but they have not acted. Npr investigative correspondent cheryl. W thompson has our report. This is the cornfield where three years ago a migrant worker collapsed crews korea's beltran had spent nine hours to tasleem corn and big field in grand island nebraska. It was hot at least ninety degrees. He had one bottle of water and no shade at the end of the day. The other farm workers emerged from the field to board a bus to a nearby motel for the night but not beltran Center this is joseph rivera and we run the decathlon crew. But there's been a guy missing now for a few hours. They thought maybe he went home because they couldn't find him in the rose and the company went out there and they can't find them in a frantic would organize a search party. They found beltran's body twenty hours later amid the corn. Husks that empty water bottle stuffed in his pants pocket. I would say he just had a heat stroke. I mean just collapsed there and that's where he landed. That's michaela norman. A clerk at a local funeral home who retrieve beltran's body that july day it was the third day on the job for the fifty two year old from mexico a job. He took to earn money to buy his daughter address for her high school graduation. Our investigation found that beltran is one of at least three hundred eighty four workers who have died from the heat in the us in the last decade men and women labor in fields in construction collecting
"grand island" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Too. Didn't pay me And so I can't. I gotta do business a different way, and I'm not going to be able to Buy corn and harvest. And so you know, I'm just gonna have to all try to figure out another way to make it work and that I just don't have the capital and I don't have the bank line to go buy it from the farmers and willing Cooper's Tell me this story 40 years later, and he said that 23 days later gets a check in the mail for a million box. It was from my grandfather who prepaid feet so we would go to the growers by the corn, Put the corn and then sell it to him. Got him going again. When we opened the Grand Island plant, Willard Cooper came to see me. It never met. My grandfather said he wanted to be there. The guy with the first capital into the into the plant on told me this story. I've told that story a lot. It's It's hard to believe in the world like we have today that anybody ever do that. And you've just been listening to Dick Monfort, and he's just about choking up over the stories of his grandfather. On the end as fathers and grand parents we can either be told stories about us like that or not, it all has to do with how he lived. And great job is always to Joey into Alex Cortez for bringing us that piece and a special thanks to the Daniels fund and all of their help, sponsoring and supporting his show their ethics initiative. Well, they talk about things like this regularly and the principles that undergird their ethics initiative, integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect by ability. And rule of law. And all of these things are important. You heard about fairness again and again in this story, and you heard about respect. I mean, what a thing to do for a person front them the capital. First of all you trust right? There's a lot of trust going on there to be able to front two person a million dollars ahead of time and then my goodness, this the respect of that guy situation. And doing something about it. The story of Dick Monfort and in the story of his family here on our American story. Hi. I'm.
"grand island" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And so I can't. I gotta do business a different way. And I'm not gonna be able to buy corn and harvest and So you know, I'm just gonna have to. I'll try to figure out another way to make it work and that I just don't have the capital and I don't have the bank line to go buy it from the farmers. And Willard Cooper's told me this story 40 years later, and he said that to three days later Gets a check in the mail for a million box. And it was from my grandfather who prepaid feet, So we'll go to the growers by the corn, Put the corn and then sell it to him. Got him going again. When we opened the Grand Island plant, Willard Cooper came to see me had never met. My grandfather said he wanted to be the The guy with the first capital into the into the plant on told me this story. I've told that story a lot. It's It's hard to believe in a world like we have today that anybody ever do that on you've just been listening to Dick Monfort, and he's just about choking up over the stories of his grandfather. On the end as fathers and grandparents we could either be told stories about us like that or not, it all has to do with how we live. And great job is always to Joey into Alex Cortez for bringing us that piece and a special thanks to the Daniels fund and all of their help, sponsoring and supporting his show their ethics initiative. Well, they talk about things like this regularly and the principles that undergird their ethics initiative, integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect by ability and rule of law. And all of these things were important. You heard about fairness again and again in this story, and you heard about respect. I mean, what a thing to do for a person front them the capital. First of all you trust right? There's a lot of trust going on there to be able to run two person a million dollars ahead of time. And then my goodness, this the respect of that guy situation and doing something about it. The story of Dick Monfort and the story of his family here on our American story. Hi. I'm.
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"grand island" Discussed on The Family Vacationer
"We did. Well, there's only so many east West interstates in the middle of the country to. But yeah. So a couple of hours there, and then stop over one night at a campground in Grand Island Nebraska. And just again, a place of part the camper for one night kind to. Get some mileage Andreas headed but we do that. We did get there. You know this is not one of those to sleep get up and go. We got there with a couple hours a few hours of daylight left. Time enough for the boys to swim in the pool and. Next Morning I rented that. Four seater bicycle quad sickle thing. That I don't know what you call the thing but. There was a little bit of we weren't. We weren't rushing at this point. Yeah. We did build into some some hours to set. said that that is true. We had some daylight their. Next. Day was kind of a long journey, but we were trying to build in more downtime. So we left Grand Island went to Branson Missouri that was. An eight hour day. To get us from Nebraska to Missouri but we did we did stop in Branson Missouri, and we stayed there couple nights. And Unsure that Branson is full of wonderful shows and restaurants and attractions and exciting things in at this point, we were exhausted and we part in Branson and we didn't leave. We went to the swimming pool and we went to bed and we went back to the swimming pool and back to bed and. Repeat for a couple of days. Sometimes, you just gotTa? Do. Nothing. In and I am glad that we built in some down time you know towards the end of this is kind getting us back of course, closer to home that we just really did force ourselves to just. Relax. A lot of people don't do that and I I still think that's A. That's a mistake when you're planning a trip, you've got to build in some some downtime. Are the ones you need a vacation from your vacation. Right, and that's the thing we didn't want to need a vacation. Because you know from our vacation when we get back and so we did built in building some nothing time on. On the way back and I think we did a better job that this year than than we normally do. But the boys enjoy Branson number of the shows or anything but just because we.
"grand island" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast
"Still. Not Looking at. Being a therapist whatsoever. and. I had some some. Experiences with the legal system. As, you may have and and so once I made decision to. Go in a different direction with my life I decided that. I wanted to Job. Wasn't really sure what I was GONNA do and. My brother had a friend that was working as attack at the at the treatment center here in Grand Island. And so we asked me if I wanted to be attack. Sure. Basically you march people around and get them to the classes. AAC notes and watch met night. Whatever their behavior is. But what? Would, kind of Maybe decide become a therapist was I seen the transitions of people coming in struggling with their addictions as I had in the past and and seeing transformations. In their life. And I I thought that this is something I wanted to do. I wanted to be a part of you know take and perhaps you know contribute to what I could. For my own experiences and so. There was to therapist that I worked with. That they approached me and asked me if I'd be interested. If I've ever thought about being a therapist now laughed with like, no no. No I wouldn't be me. Now from my background and in the fact that was that I was in my already in my forties and a therapist that I had worked with Dick, stocker? He was amazing. He was seventy eight years old. And he was able to connect with people regardless of age from eighteen. Eighty, he just had that ability to connect with them and I thought that was amazing and he had told me hey, that's I was forty when I started. And so it made me think it was possible. So that's Kinda. How I became I wanted to do something that was. Contributed to the community that was greater than myself..
"grand island" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Watch behind closed. A. Little, far. I am I. Think. I. Love It unbelievable and. Obviously stays competitive and it. It's not like he's it's not like he's a horse that was ever a prolific winner he just was constantly. Just just one of them more. So that gives you everything about every time. Yeah, and you know you. Never, you never went to the front before. It's crazy. Just I. I don't know if you can look back even when young if he ever went to no, I never seen him talk. Or Back It is by political force out of an opening verse mayor and bred originally by CW MR MRS CW. McNealy the third in Virginia and born force. We saw plenty of times over the over the winter and. I help but you know the happy for you. Excited to to reach out to you, and now the now, the the back story because you've had, you've had good horses for a long long time Larry and. You are actually approaching one thousand career wins. You're thirty two away now and I'd love for you to talk about the growing up in in Grand Island, and it seemed like you wanted to get on the race track and somehow or someway. While I when my dad was in the service in the store to I, live with my grandparents and my my GRANDPA craned over she. Went with him in the summertime. My uncle took over was GRANDPA died and I. Hung around him all the time. And I and I guess from the time I. Got Outta. High School I had A. Real. Good job. But in the back of my mind to that Racetrack Somehow And one day a porcelain MSA champs, which I kind of followed his two and three year olds present for thirty, five, hundred, Lincoln Nebraska. I just made up my mind to go claiming. I told my wife I was going to Chicago. She.
"grand island" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I guess the moral of the story is. Don't fall asleep. Behind the wheel of your car. If you're gonna have alleged coke on you, that's a bad idea. What did he have any in his nostrils? And yet, why would he be found sound asleep Should have kept it. That's what I was thinking. Fell asleep. Normally have your bag A weed? Yeah. Bag of weed would get you but you have 1400 cash built. Some of the bills had coke on him and then ah, bag of Coke, 3.2 grams. Of course, that's Yonatan. My friends tell me so Grand Island Grant and York, which is outside of Buffalo, but just outside rank in Lincoln, Nebraska, where I've been before to cover names. Not a whole lot of fun in Lincoln. Not a lot. They're gonna tell you And I was there when they beat Syracuse 63 to nothing. 63 to nothing, but that's when they had. Turner Gill. Well, Mike Rozier, Tom Rathmann. Irving, Friar and Roger Correct They have to. They had him altogether. Yeah, Turner goes, the quarterback had to be packed Those guys How could all those guys I've been the Lincoln, Nebraska. It's corn fields as far as the eye can see, There's no way that Tom Osborne was that good of a salesman. Fumble Roost, Dean staying well, they pay. I mean, they pay everywhere to make the debate about sheet in Alabama. I'm just saying Nebraska didn't get those guys anymore. Like whatever the car dealer was or corn salesman or whatever going on, I think, I think Roger Craig Block four rows year. All right. You guys like fullback and them What he had Rathmann were together. So were they have all three of those guys? I recall. That's what I remember was 83 84. Yeah, they were a Turner Gale. It was he didn't play in the NFL. He wasn't a great quarterback, but they had Irving Friar. Who was the number one overall pick in the draft by New England So that offense is loaded with tons of players they had were on the offensive line. Yeah, Tons off in your boxers is great for a while there like Tommy Frazier and Scott Frost and Offensively. They had a bunch of good players good when there's no one there. They weren't good before, Bill, But they've been good there in years. I can see why I just go on that recruiting trip, and I'd be like, Put me back on the plane. Well, cheating like Norman. Oklahoma's, eh? Buzzing metropolis. You want to go there now? I just need all those schools. Tuscaloosa, Alabama. You want to go there? No, I just I can't. They've got to be paying him. It just goes there. They're just not paying the right ones. Clearly, you're not man. It was covered a game there. Like you said. Nebraska is crushed. I can remove the game, but they crushed it. And I remember it was just a driving snowstorm. And I was just like this is this is what like hell's got a beat. It could have been 100 or nothing. Those guys didn't play much after half now. It was just a Red sea of people too. I remember doing my nose. The whole thing was there and I look down. I'm going to buy. You know cars, I'd look up and it wass. It was the Red Sea. It was like when did they all of a man they all come in at the same time. They all drink. They all drink corn grain, alcohol, and then they go off into the blue. Anything redder in that stadium or my eyes? That's a story. It was a Saturday morning gave out Friday night. College really make kick off, but it was It was amazing was nervous for the game. You could find trouble wherever you go. I mean, Omaha's right, rascal. Yeah. You find trouble for Mrs Lincoln. How did you join the rest of the plane? All right. Ah, few more remnants and then t k B is going to take over at the top of the hour Public London Tuesday. Thank you for hanging out only here on the SportsCenter. Do you know you can listen to Papa and London. Your Google home. Smart speaker just say play KNBR plays kind of day, apparently at the Chilton Auto body Traffic.
"grand island" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The listeners of KQED weekend edition is gonna give us a look at working in a slaughterhouse in the age of covert also we're gonna meet baseball star turned funeral director all coming up this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon meat processing plants have become coronavirus hot spot some that have been shut down because of infected employees are now re opening the cause of an executive order but ensuring enough social distance between workers is a challenge is Luke Runyon of member station KUNC reports meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone saws workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you already there first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers they don't care about the health of the workers in written statements JBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him it says six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if.
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry
"Meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone size workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you morally very first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers don't care about the health of the workers in written statements GBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him goal at least six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if you eliminate the person next to me you make more space I think that the job itself is already stressful and backbreaking gruesome and this just added a whole lot more pressure to say Castaneda's father works ninety miles from Grand Island in the Smithfield pork plant in Crete Nebraska she helped organize rallies outside that plant to pressure the company to change its safety protocols it be difficult and it would require an investment but I think it can be done to protect the workers meatpacking companies say they are investing in new safety measures Jared Gillig is in charge of operations for Cargill's meat plants with your cubicles built under kept your table so we don't have folks you're sitting right next to each other I mean so that obviously is a significant change Gilling says that workers are only part of the puzzle his company also has to consider all the cattle to be slaughtered and butchered lining up outside the plant as we balance that with the help of our team and then obviously the drawn to demand from a customer standpoint it quite frankly it's more of a balance of that Kim Cordova says that balance is off she's a union official with the United food and commercial workers she says companies can't just install hand sanitizer stations in plastic dividers and call it a day they may have to do some reconstruction to wide spread both lines out the easiest way to do that might be to slow the line down but the speed of conveyor lines is a hot topic Cordova says the latest recommendations from the CDC and OSHA don't specify how fast lines should run during the pandemic they have not given clear guidance on how bout those three increase should go and in fact the in the pork industry president trump is deregulated a lot of these agencies and they've also allowed those change to go faster on Friday the USDA announced that fourteen plants in states that shut down in recent weeks are set to resume operations that comes as nearly fifty workers nationwide have died from cove it
"grand island" Discussed on WSJ What's News
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"grand island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"By the way the sun but it doesn't I don't know what you're doing at your house but I'll tell you what words we got early on hi I ordered some wipes some disinfecting wipes I got Lysol Clorox got a bunch of and I also bought some spray bottles of the Lysol and then then then an aerosol Boeing thank god they only sold in a pack of four cans why but all four cans Lysol spray what is the same one I got one right here hold on okay what is this thing it is kills over one hundred illness causing germs Lysol disinfectant spray ninety nine point nine percent of viruses are are so I got four of those things I probably will have three of them twenty years from now but I've got a so when we bring in the groceries we put everything down in this one section of the Grand Island in our kitchen we put it on that and we unpacked the groceries we wipe everything down with the with the wipes and then I come along get everything cleared the bags not really else and I spray the the top of the counter with this Lysol spray because it will kill ninety nine point nine percent bugs viruses germs whatever you wanna call so yes of course the work the thing I don't do is I don't spray it down my throat but I don't know what he was trying to do but I we all I think don't we all know that.
"grand island" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"This is exactly the kind of chaos. This president has brought to bear on the crisis from the very beginning. Now that we've got over forty six thousand Americans dead because of it. The chaos at the top appears to be getting more chaotic not less tomorrow as members of Congress convene in Washington to pass that bill. Protesters are going to run a motorcade between the White House and the trump hotel in downtown Washington where they say they plan to dump bodybags at the threshold of the hotel. Seems about right right back. Hey It's Chris. As this week on my podcast wise is happening. I'll be talking with author. Rebecca solnit about the remarkable communities that get built amidst disaster. There are people organizing in most communities across the country and doing other forms of it in other countries to figure out. How do we take care of each other in the context of not being able to physically be with each other in ordinary ways? And it's just extraordinary. Seeing both the intensity of this desire to help people you may never meet and the creativity in figuring out how to do it and that is a really important part of who human beings are in times like this that I think is always dormant latent within us it. It's as though it finds fertile soil to grow on in these moments this week on wise's happening search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribe update for you on a story. We've been following this week out of Waterloo Iowa where large local a large meat packing plant has been the site of one of the worst corona virus outbreaks in the country on Monday. We had the sheriff of Black Hawk County where that Tyson Foods. Plant located here on the show Talk about the fact that he and other city and county officials had been pleading with the company that runs that Plant Tyson foods. And also with Iowa's Republican governor to please please close down that meat packing plant in Waterloo. Sheriff Tony Thompson told us on Monday night quote. That plant is the biggest hole in our county defense right now. It's creating risks to the entire population of my county when I spoke with Sheriff Thompson on Monday night. Black Hawk County had three hundred fifty. Six confirmed corona virus cases as of today. They're up to five hundred and eleven cases. That's the most of any county in Iowa. At least forty percent of those cases are tied directly to that. Tyson Foods. Plant starting to see obituaries. People who worked at that plant In the local paper will today after days and days of local officials putting pressure on the company and Republican Governor Tyson. Finally today announced that it is closing that plant in Waterloo Iowa indefinitely. Waterloo's mayor had been calling for that alongside the sheriff. He told CNN today that he welcomed the decision but he believes it may have come too late to stop the widespread the widespread spreading of that virus in his town. The Black Hawk County. Sheriff Tony Thompson told us this tonight about the plant finally closing. He said quote while we are pleased with this development. We recognize how late it is for many now. Our task is to react to the damage done and to get back on top of monitoring and testing without overrunning our healthcare system. So that's the update on the situation in rural Black Hawk. County Iowa tonight sort of a better late than never From the officials who've been calling for that plant to be shut down hundreds of cases there at least that one corona virus locus. That one plant is is closed today at Iowa but I have to tell you in neighbouring Nebraska. It's a different story at least eight. Meat Processing Plant in Nebraska have confirmed corona virus cases including one really really big outbreak. At least two hundred and thirty seven cases of Corona virus now tied to one beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska Grand Island's the third largest city in Nebraska the cases tied to that one beef plant in Grand Island count for more than forty percent of all cases in that area but neither that plant in grand island or any of the other Nebraska meat packing plants with confirmed cases has been closed and Nebraska remains one of the few states in the country without any kind of stay at home order. In recent days the rate of corona virus cases around Grand Island Nebraska has been higher than some of the hardest hit states in the country higher than Michigan's like it says in this headline close to Louisiana. There are now over six hundred confirmed cases and eighteen deaths in the grand island Nebraska area including four deaths reported just in the past day grand island's mayor and the local health director have been asking. Nebraska's governor Pete Ricketts for a stay at home order but he has refused. Local health. Director has warned that the healthcare system around Grand Island very close to being swamped. She said two days ago quote going into a rather dark couple of weeks soon. Join US now. Is that health. Director Theresa Anderson is the Health Department director Nebraska's central district. The central district is is right in the middle of that state about a two hour. Drive away from Omaha Miss Anderson. Thank you so much for time to US tonight for US tonight. I know you have a lot to deal with and it's a very busy time. Thank you Rachel for having any rights for having let me just ask I if I characterized things accurately as far as you know and if there's any other important developments that we should know about in terms of this. What appears to be a pretty sizable outbreak in and around Grand Island at the outbreak. is associated to some degree with the acting industry. But there a lot of factors that go into determining how severity outbreak in kids. We're getting a sort of a echo effect on your on your audio. I'm not sure if there's anything we can do to adjust that I know that's technically this is always. This is always a challenge to do these things. I can hear you though and let me just ask you. Oh let me seems like that might be better. Okay good I the great all right let me just ask you I. It has been unusual. I think I expected watching this from afar. That some of the facilities where there's been a large number of cases associated with an individual workplace that those might have been closed but as far as I understand it no meat packing plants in Nebraska have been closed including this one in grand island where there are a large number of cases so it the way that it's been evolving. Is that our plant? Here in Grad island has been. I'm going to say ahead of the game at least time wise and the number of cases.
"grand island" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Out to Richard at Grand Island within those seven Chevy equinox what you got there Richard what's this we've added to the dealership and they pretty much gone through it and they feel that it is the head gasket and I want to get your opinion and see what you thought about all right when this is over he Richard it's about every three to four days okay describe describe you started out cold in the morning and what happens you could drive it for a day or two like I said up to three to four days and then it will overheat even at the dealership they had at for a few days it was around one nine ninety seven one ninety five all the time and eventually one of the day that they were driving around and went to two forty eight and a debt over he aha intermittent top us saying it is it low on cool went when it overheats no it's not Dave pressurize the system due to predatory leaks there are no leaks back in the system and I've been backing some fire out of it so they believe that it is the head gasket and that is putting the exhaust gas into the cooling system yeah this hard to it you know what the ones that I usually get like this are usually the Duramax diesels those are usually the ones that we wind up with it now when they did the vacuum tested it sucked the hoses then after the engine cool down that I can't tell your name I don't yeah they just know that they back in the order yeah now there is another test and did they do any well what's called a block test where they actually checked for hydrocarbons yes Sir they did and they come back negative yes Sir yeah Richard I'm gonna tell you they're probably right it probably is the head gasket but if not if the head gasket was what if you had a failed head gasket you have this problem constantly I'm gonna tell you what you probably have you probably either have a stretched the goal or is there a head bolt that may have broken and it's lost its tension on the head gasket and when that happens what happens is is that temperature well I actually have a big play on when the head gasket seals and when it does what engine do you have in the US that's a three point four liter V. six three four those were well known for breaking head balls I'll tell you this you could actually Google that and and it will it will have on there the was one that you would get at broken head ball they were very very common you know those are stretched two year old you'll pour come down to a certain foot pounds and then you will actually turn say sometimes forty five degrees on top of whatever the torque is and that bolt will stretch and and that's how it keeps clamping force and sometimes I hit ball in just lose it you know it extension and it'll cause a problem like this I will do is see that that motor uses a tri metal head gasket so it's really hard to make that head gasket leak unless you lose the clamping force or the cylinder head crack I bet you if a guy was to take the time and if there's room I don't know if there's room or not if a guy can actually replace those head bolts of that motor one at a time I'll bet it would fix that problem without pulled ahead tell me that he's making very good that's very good bit of a person can remove those adults wanted to turn it towards the noon in torque the new head bolts wanted sound a bit it would fix the problem the only thing that you could run into is if one of those headphones were broken and then you pull out of my head ball so you're still one of the people in the head but if the if the bolts would come out you know what they would loosen up and you could remove a person could possibly get in there and actually we're you don't fix that problem without pulling the heads and because metal head gaskets it when the metal head gasket I'd say you're you're no you the party's over you haven't got a prayer but the metal head gaskets you know the only thing that they can really do is lose the clamping force Hey nothing ventured nothing gained you just tore correctional center head bolts and spend a couple afternoons I don't see what happened Richard that's worth a shot there and then you can go from there good stuff there Richard good stuff Larry eight four four two two zero zero nine six five we've got can calling back there he's got an update for you here at the Volvo can what's going on all right yeah thanks for contacting you Sam you're welcome I detect the fan motor on the on the mobile and it does tornadoes spent but you were saying it should be like a jet engine Israel I don't I don't get that out of it all I can hear them fan the back of it yeah I'll I will bet you one of two things is happening either that fan motors gone bad or yeah there is a control module that that operated that Sudan and and let me tell you what happens here that that that control module has two speeds now one of them will just kind of come on and off as the engine needs a little bit of cooling down but when you turn the AC on that they should be Europe and can actually be a really difference yeah now whether its engines are AC on or off the same speed yeah see what see what happens is when you turn the AC on that condenser that's in front of your radiator that thing gets hot as a firecracker and you've got a hand pulling across the it at you know you really got to have your point across because if you don't what will happen is the head pressure goes up so high the pressure switch to safety pressure switch on the system hi this DAC all state I don't think you got anything wrong with that you see right now but what will happen is if a person keeps running it like that you'll have pressure relief valves going off and everything else just to keep from below and set them apart because there's just not enough air coming across that condenser right now you need to get this cooling fans situation worked out and you'll be fine but you don't wanna you don't want to mess around with it because you will call some detrimental damage to the air conditioning system but if you were to go and put a great big sign in front of that car I made a big fan you know one in bigger around fans turn it on and have that just blowing through your deck on air conditioning system with a car sitting around idle in park it never give your problem because you've got enough air blowing across the dag gone into answer but just as soon as you take it away then that had pressure on AC systems going to keep continually climbing so it gets into the danger zone and then of course it it has to do something I really just below the system apart if you need any help with that can we open on Monday we get down there and we'll double check what we're talking about make sure that's what is going on and find out whether it is the fan or whether the control module has lost the high speed signal to control that fan but those are the two things that need to be looked at right now nice and yeah we are getting breaking news president trump is speaking from the White House now the White House coronavirus task force speaking out still there we're gonna put the show on hold for just a moment we'll join them live no governor Andrew Cuomo of New York mention that they were getting some ventilators and said I think it thousand of them we'll see if he mentions that president trump also did meet with all the commissioners of the major sports conferences earlier today I guess on a conference call so we'll see if he has an update on what happened in that call we will now go to the White House live here on news ninety six point five W. D. BO getting under way again expressing our support solidarity and love for the people of our great country we're fighting for you and we're been during all of this together and we will soon prevail together I get a lot of progress we appreciate all of the great assistance from the governor's and people within the states the relationships have been really very good I spoke with governor Cuomo were working very hard to get additional things to New York as quickly as possible we as you know we the care the hospital including personnel lost two thousand five hundred beds that we built just recently Javits including personnel and we open it up to code and that says something that we also did a Louisiana and do it doing it in Dallas so we have a lot of not only hospitals being built but now we're manning the hospitals because states here in many cases unable to get additional people to work it's it's just an incredible situation it's never been anything like this one of the most important issues in battling this pandemic is coordinating the delivery of the crucial supplies throughout the nation based upon the most accurate information available and we've got the best health care and disaster experts anywhere in the world and everybody will tell you that and we're dealing with big parts of the world and helping them also through this horrible situation where a hundred and fifty one still a hundred and fifty one nations are going through it well working to ensure that the supplies are delivered where and when they're needed in some cases would tell governors we can't go there because we don't think you need it we think someplace else needs it then pretty much so far we've been right about that and we'll continue to do it as it really gets this would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death and if this wasn't done but they will be death we're looking for an obvious focus and the hardest hit regions with some of the more obvious and some aren't so obvious they spring up they come in the they hit you like you got hit by a club that wasn't at all bothered you look at what's going on in New Jersey the governor is doing an excellent job by the way but how that sprang up every decision that were made that will make it is made to save lives it's really a sole consideration we want to save lives we want as few lives lost as possible it is therefore critical that certain media outlets stop spreading false rumors and creating fear and even panic with the public well it's just incredible I could name but same ones are always the same ones I guess they're looking for ratings I don't know what they're looking for so bad for our country and so bad that people understand it is you look at the levels and approval ratings are the lowest they've ever been the media is so bad for the for our country so bad for the world Hey at a put it together for a little while to get this over with and then go back to your fitness during an actual emergency it's just essential that the federal decision makers cut through the fog of confusion in order to follow the facts and the science many hospital administrators that we've been in touch with even in the really hot spots you know what they are a communicating directly with us that their level of supplies are meeting essential needs and at the current time there really thrilled to be where they are whatever local shortages are reported were asking states to immediately meet the demand that and were stockpiling large amounts in different areas in different areas that we're gonna be discussing that in a little while but we want distributions to be made on a fair basis we have to take care of a large country not just certain areas of the country that but no matter where we were we've been there and we've been there very strong I want to thank fame I want to thank the army corps of engineers I want to thank our military for what they're doing and we're going to be adding a tremendous amount of military to to help supplement the states thousands of soldiers thousands of thousands.
"grand island" Discussed on Over the Road
"Struggled with just the timing of the double clutching. I knew how to drive a stick shift. Most of my car has had been but the double clutching is about timing. And they don't let you float gears in school. You have to do by book and so the timing was off uncertain years in thought went. You're just you're just ninety. You just not up to par. You're not getting it. And I had to advocate and say you don't know me. This is one chapter of my life that you're coming in on but I've been with me my whole life and I know that this is not insurmountable so if you give me a little more time I'm GonNa get this and so they ended up giving me more time and then I came in and finished. I am totally making it. My mission to build the number of female drivers that are in the industry so one of the other people. We talked to Grand Island. Is Kyle Huizen draper recruiter at Grand Island Express and when we meet in the lobby? Kyle is wearing this shirt that says the future is female. I am tonight. You Grand Island the BRASSICA. That's statement. I have to admit though like I just moved to the area from Omaha like a couple of months ago and I was like you know what? There's no better time for me to really bust out to them and So many people that are like. Oh my God. I love your shirt when I started. Driving in the seventies female truckers were a rare sight. That's changed somewhat. You know this is still a very male dominated industry. Only eight percent of drivers are women and just from my background. I actually was recruiter at an all women's college prior to this so for me you know I said well. This is a huge area that we're not really tapping into or we could basically you know own this because as a company we actually have ten percent of our drivers that are female. I should say this push for female. Drivers is not just about a feel good to virtually thing. You may have noticed out on the road that a lot of trucks have. We're hiring signs on them. That's because there's a lot of turnover in the industry and trucking companies are always trying to find new people. I mean the studies out there. That women are coming into the workforce and they're looking for jobs that aren't traditional and I don't think the women in the industry are GonNa Bounce through jobs the same as some of the men. Do THEY WANNA find a place that they can come on and they can stay and they can. Actually you know. Call that their home. So the fact that there's over two hundred thousand ladies out here and you see more and more is very encouraging. Here's our friend can yet again. Especially when you see someone blitz say like myself who just looks like a regular person and so I could still have you know my boots would low heels and you know these cute little jeans and how some earrings on and some jewelry. I could bring my identity to trucking and not let trucking shaped my identity and I think it's important to keep moving forward and not be afraid to dream. Big Part of that dream is ownership owning her own truck and being aroma boss road independence fast and it just happens that the day we visit she starting class on how to become what we call it on our operator and you can make more money as on operator. But there's also more cost more responsibility and a lot more risk fluctuate. That's when the class go over in detail what you expect to pay. Just taken the the cost of tires in averaging it out monthly new tires for a tractor trailer alone can run up towards seven thousand dollars. Let's say conservatively up. One hundred and their fuel maintenance ears health insurance truck insurance all of that adds up of course so the class turns to how much money they should set aside for every mile they drive now. I've I've heard you know at a minimum of ten cents a mile for some reason. They turned to me for advice. Think Oh you do not want to do that. I I am not an expert drugs. Nineteen seventy nine. I don't let these grey hairs make you think I'm wise. The class wraps up for lunch and for Kenya. Sky Is still the limit in trucking. I need to make so it's not like oh I'm just gonNA drive my goodness and by the way you happen to pay me to driving this truck. No I'm fifty. You GotTa make time you know work for me because you know it's later than it's ever been on. The Sun is going down. My former pastor said what makes other's caves seems to only energize her so I realized in this industry if you WanNa make more money And have some more freedom than you need to have your truck and this is a wonderful timing for you because this is the actual anniversary may seventeen two thousand eighteen. We're actually got in the truck to drive for the first time ever. Yes a year ago this same date that I went out with my trainer so one year later. I'm having this conversation about. How can maybe get my truck but with the freedom of ownership often comes a price. After the break we meet up with jared the bowl haller we met at the truckstop jared's path and a trucking was completely different from Kenya and now eight years into his career as an owner operator. He has a lot to say about it sometimes. Overnight grass is green on the other side offense at the septic tank Lincoln. That night we go to visit. Jared setlow beer. You like a beer. I love him. Yeah we meet in. His shop re parks and works on his truck. Jared is the polar opposite of Kenya for one thing. He was born into this long as I can remember your grandma's home and I just wanted to go sit in his truck didn't have to be doing anything. Just just wanted to be in a truck. Finally let me drive. You know grandma a bunch a milk cartons and when I come back through those He'd let me learn the the forward gears. Jared was thirteen the first time he drove his GRANDPA's rig taken a trailer out to Denver. Grandpa was napping in the back and told jared awaken up before they got to the waystation. Us trying to wake him up before Morgan throwing shoes at him. Try to wake him up. He wouldn't wake up and taking truck across the skill at thirteen years old for you. You had for tracks.
Large parts of the U.S. could see tornadoes, hail, high winds this weekend
"Yeah, we're gonna have a widespread severe out break here later this Friday afternoon through Friday night in the Saturday. Let's start with the Friday afternoon, Friday night time period Sioux Falls, South Dakota grand island. Nebraska, those are the areas of southwestern parts of Minnesota will be in the very widespread area of large hail tornado flooding downpour and damaging wind potential. Little more isolated as you get a little farther south through central Kansas into Oklahoma, panhandle of Texas. But in Lubbock and down into the big men around the, the coastal. I'm sorry. The Big Ben to the Rio Grande. Those are areas that will be widespread also today, and then we shift that farther to the east on Saturday and Saturday night and it's lined up from eastern Iowa down through the architects, and into Austin and San Antonio large hail, damaging winds and possibility of tornadoes. So that's the big ticket item that we're looking at this weekend. A big pattern change with the cooler and of normally wet weather for early next week out west, meanwhile temperature surge in the east, Michael we're going to go from shivering sweating in the northeast people were in the forties at the start of the week while they're going to be soaring into the seventies and eighties at times this weekend and early next week quite a change
"grand island" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
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Winter storm blasts U.S. Midwest
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"grand island" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
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"grand island" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Kind of i been doing a little bit of mass thirty and going through my expenses and thinking about how i can start really getting into babysat for so um after all of my expenses and the fifteen percent uh of my income taking out i have about fifteen hundred left and i was starting to think about creating a house fund with that um something i've been thinking about is maybe putting it through mutual funds sometimes them also playing with the idea of just letting it sitting the money market accounts so wondering what european not not rise will out above your emergency fund is receiving for a house on the short term uh and you have less than three years to save then i would not use mutual funds because they go up and down the market goes up and down and if you're same 1500 a month that's eighteen thousand a year in the eighteen thousand could be worth sixteen thousand is the market down right and i would rather not take that risk on the short term i have no idea what the market's gonna do i don't ever no other than i know the track record is over the long haul is it goes up that's our track record but pass that we don't know what it's gonna do so uh right now i i don't play mutual funds when saving for a home if you've got on a a goal with some money that's longer than five years then that's fine you can go that route but i i personally would tell you to not take the risk with that goes up money that you could lose internet lose all of it you're probably i'm you'll lose half of it but if you lost of you thousand dollars that that's a couple months savings you know the of you doing this and so you are more the secret sauce than the rate of return on investment in a short period of time like that arts weather's and grand island nebraska hey art are you i'm better that i deserve dave good how can i help you.