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"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"How's that for a wide range. That's good news. Measure sure some fourteen now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi a. dot com joined by really city mayor greeley mayor john gates to ask about. Let's see i've got a whole stack of stuff failure..
Carnival CEO: Cruise industry won't be back to normal until 2023
"7 90 K A. B. C. Hey, him. 7 98 A B. C. Pop radio 7 90 ABC News update. I'm Steve coming more than 38,000. Coloradans are without power as a snow storm continues to blast the front range, Excel Energy reported. Most of those outages. Aaron, the Greeley area with Fort Collins had eaten reporting outages as well. Currently all runways, a Denver international airport have been shut down due to blowing snow and poor visibility. It could take another two years before the cruise industry returns to normal. That's the word from Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald, who told the financial Times He doesn't think that will happen until 2023 Donald said While caravan ships may all be sailing by year's end, it's unlikely his company will see revenues bounce back to pre pandemic levels that quickly. The cruise industry was among the hardest hit by the global covert 19 outbreak. Hey, ABC. So cow whether mostly cloudy tonight with lows in the mid forties to around 50, I'm Steve. Coming. Get the latest news every hour, half hour and as it breaks here on 7 90 K A. B C
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Of slash director of safety and security at Greeley Evans School district six John Gates Mayor John, Gates yesterday about a totally different topic and I don't know that we'll have to. We'll have the time to get to it this morning. When he joins us at eight thirty five. But it was an interesting piece I had pulled out of the Colorado and tips to safe to. fell off as covid nineteen pandemic began, of course, safe to tell as a platform in Colorado that provides an anonymous way for students, parents, school staff, and community members to report their concerns, regarding students, safety, and the safety of others. But then that news came down as we take, we can only hope one step. Closer to justice finally, being served as a steep Panky was arrested in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four murder, of Janelle. Matthews. You had well district attorney Michael. Michael Rourke, making that announcement. Justified yesterday afternoon that police indeed did arrested Panky on suspicion of murder and kidnapping in the nineteen eighty-four death of a twelve year old genetical matthews of Greeley he announced the arrest and Indictment Panky outside of the weld county courthouse. My understanding is that indictment came down from a grand jury on Monday working for peace by trouble read out of the Greeley trip. Yes panky was arrested Monday at his home in Meridian Idaho without incident. He's now being held at the Ada County jail in Idaho without bond where he will await extradition to weld county to face charges for first degree murder after deliberation first degree, felony murder, and second degree kidnapping, as well as sentence enhancers for using a weapon in the commission of a violent crimes. Well, Greeley Mayor John Gates. Served. Twenty. Five years working at the police department. He told the trip yesterday not only from his experience with the department but since his retirement. The Greeley Police Department has never put this case on the shelf. Onto say the case has been actively worked for thirty five years. And it's probably paid huge dividends adding that he's happy for the family, the police officers and the community because after all this is. A thirty, six year old cake case. And it's reassuring to know. That perhaps, we are one step closer. For resolving this nineteen eighty-four tragic death obgyn Matthews. So once again. Greeley. Mayor Director of safety and security former police officer with the Greeley PD. John Gates. Joins US this morning at eight thirty, five closing in on eight thirty. Now Thirteen ten. KFI. K. Dan. Patrick. The whole show in Colin cowherd on northern Colorado's.
The Indigenous Practice of Controlled Burning to Prevent Wildfires
"Four out of five of the largest wildfires ever recorded in California have occurred this year five, million acres of land have burned on the west coast. As officials look for solutions they're turning more and more to the native Americans who have long been forced out of tending to the land they once stewarded. So successfully, specifically officials have begun working more with tribal leaders on prescribed burning knowing when and. Where to intentionally burned parts of the forest in a manageable way to prevent out of control wildfires in the future quoting the New York Times long before California was California native Americans used fire to keep the land where they lived healthy that meant intentionally burning excess vegetation at regular intervals during times of the year when the weather would keep blazes smaller in cooler than the destructive wildfires burning today. The work requires a deep understanding of how wins would spread flames down a particular hillside or win lighting a fire in a forest would foster the growth of certain plants and that knowledge has been passed down through ceremony in practice. But until recently, it has mostly been dismissed as unscientific and quotes. Various organizations run by native American, communities have worked with other conservancy nonprofits and private landowners over the years to help them repair forested areas and make them more sustainable and in some parts of the southeastern United States prescribed fire has already been in practice officially by state governments for several decades. But on the West Coast, the practice has long been suppressed quoting again over the course of California's long colonial history native Californians were violently systematically systematically stripped of the ability to tend the land they had lived on for centuries as white settlers pursued gold, timber, and territory. This, dark history unfolded while modern firefighting agencies and techniques were formed under the heavy influence of Europeans who wanted to maximize timber halls said, Mary Huffman director of the indigenous. Peoples Burning Network the Nineteen Twenty article written by William B. Greeley in the Timmerman dismisses light burning as practiced by quote the Indians in various Western pine forests long before the advent of the white man end quote as fallacy propaganda that if he did would lead to the destruction of lucrative trees bill trip director of natural resources in environmental policy for the Kuru. Tribe Department of Natural, resources wrote in a piece for the Guardian the crew people were shot for burning as recently as the nineteen thirties. The idea of prescribed burning remained polarizing for decades as federal and state firefighting agencies were built up around the idea that wildfire was an enemy to be defeated using military-style tactics not a tool that could help prevent destruction and quotes. Now the US Forest Service and the State of California will be working intentionally with tribal leaders on prevention tactics including prescribed fire. It's a step in the right direction, but like everything will come with complications not only have the centuries of suppression built a deep mistrust, but the land itself has changed and new tactics accounting for climate change will need to be teased out while it's definitely a net positive Belinda Brown, a member of the Cosa Band of the Jima way ought to gain nation and travel partnerships director for the low Mukasey Restoration Project said quote we're getting that I told you so hard. My prayer is that ignorance won't stop us again end quote.
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local via the article isn't specialists studios in front piece this morning out of the League really trip by and Laney. Talking about the fact that well in the midst of a pandemic and dodging an evening storm with rumbles of thunder. The Greeley Evans, school districts six city of Greeley City of Evans and Weld. County. Communities Wednesday celebrated a part of the school systems future. It was a thirty minute socially distanced ceremony well, and it was there that ground was officially broken. On the new Greeley West High School. This is an approximately one hundred and twenty million dollar project to build that two hundred eighty thousand square school with a capacity for eighteen hundred students and an estimated opening in twenty twenty, two You had Greeley Evans School. District six board of Education President my Michael Matthews saying to think about what this will be when we gather here without Nass, he was one of five speakers it's a symbol. For. All. That lies before us now, if you're interested in seeing what this will look like a conceptual fly flyover of the new Greeley, West can be seen on the Greeley Evans School district six Youtube Page District Superintendent Dr. Deirdre Pilch in her remarks preceding Matthews spoke of the district's gratitude to all of you voters. It's board, of education, and its partners for. Helping to make the new school a reality in November. Now, the Greeley West project as you're well aware was one of multiple district wide needs approved by voters in that three hundred and ninety five million dollar bond measure last. November to pay for rebuilds at the high school and also at Madison Elementary Construction of a new K. through eight building and significant expansion. To the s Christa Olive K. through eight among other major renovations and improvements. Dr Piltz at the groundbreaking ceremony said, this will have an impact on student learning and education for decades to come and the Greeley Evans School district six. Now, the bond measure was the largest ever requested by the district and I measure of any substantial amount requested in almost two decades pilch in thanking the community members gathered for the ceremony said, the bond measure would not have been possible with the voter approved mill levy override in two thousand seventeen pilch cited the work of district six board of Education Vice, president, Terry paps, and a former Greeley city manager the. Late peter moral for their work. In the passage of the Mill Levy override, we would not be here otherwise pilch said now, the Mill Levy override can only be spent again on personnel curriculum and other inside the classroom expenditures bonds, of course, are required for significant building projects Greeley West Principal Jeff Cranston said, he's not an emotional guy. He said, he didn't shed a tear on his wedding day old things. You shouldn't let your wife now but when the architect and contractor plans were presented in November, even the normally cool and collected grants and said, he became overwhelmed and remain. So today when thinking of the students and the staff and the city. How cranston said despite the name Greeley West. This is really the center of Greeley now and we're building of silly that's going to be the heart of the city for years to come and a gathering place for this diverse community. The architect on the high school project is Hoard Kopplin mocked of Denver contractor out of season and Peterson with Colorado offices in Aurora. Edwards and for Collins's well. Edison and Peterson Vice President Doug Johnson is really native and among the A. N. P. professionals working on Greeley West Johnson was the last of the speaker said in his brief speech, he understands on such a project. There's well a lot of is on his organization. Among those individuals keeping an eye on an piece work will be Johnson's daughter Elise twenty eighteen Greeley West graduate and former spartans swimming standout competing for Division One southern Methodist University. Doug Johnson said Elise left him with some wise words when they discussed the new school finally, Elise least told her father according to Doug the district staff and students will get a building as good as the district staff and students should have. So a moment of celebration as Greeley Evans School district six breaks ground on that new Greeley West High School seven twenty, five now thirteen ten KFI K. Thirteen, ten, Kfi K. A. dot com solve a lot coming your way of this morning interested in talking with Channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists an atmospheric scientist Matt. As we typically do on Fridays eight around eight, fifty ish give or take. It just depends on how long. That guys at the movies fat guys at the movies, Dot Com Kevin Curran I ramble on. But with these fires burning. So fiercely around the state there's been talk about how fires actually create their own weather and talk to him a little bit about that. So we'll check in on. The status of the fires and also the hopes keeping our fingers crossed. Now I know Greeley we got We did get some showers indeed some hail last night but we'll see what the forecast looks like in terms of mother, nature no, it wasn't mother Earth Mother, nature I find remembered that who wasn't don of Lasalle called me I, was earlier in the week and was talking about the fact that well, you know we don't you know we don't need mother Earth you said something about mother Earth and I was scratching my hands. You know in terms of talking about the fire and made the very cogent point that yeah, we should. We should pray for rain. We should pray for rain we should pray for the firefighters I have no problem with that whatsoever. But he said you said mother Earth in at all I, did I. Said Mother Nature. Mother Nature Mother mother Earth. Well, it's a little bit different connotation but Don I do appreciate your calls I appreciate all your calls at nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten. We will check in. Sorry from I. Kind of went into the weeds there. We will check in with channel to pinpoint weather meteorologist Matt Mickens when he joins US this morning at. Right around eight fifty and did reference the fact that Kevin Car that guy is at the movies fact guys at the movies dot com well, join us this morning as typically does right to eight thirty five.
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"This is morning. In northern Colorado's voice, Thirteen ten KFI K. Well those riots away. They're not riots. They're just protests. You're right, but as the unrest and the breakdown of Civility anti-aids, society and Law and order continues to break down in Portland. You gotTa love this okay. You've got speaker Nancy Pelosi coming out and saying Oh, no, it's! It's not a riot. It's not a breakdown of society. It's nothing more than a graffiti problem. Yes, Speaker Pelosi actually said what they have in Portland is not a failure to communicate, though they have a graffiti problem, I think she has a perception problem myself because it is nothing more than mob rule. Rule and those calls across the nation continue to fund and this band police departments once again across the nation, and begs the question without law enforcement. We would look like chop or chess, or whatever the heck it's called, but those calls are not coming from the Greeley city. Council joined this morning a by Greeley Mayor John Gates. Happy Monday mayor gates. Happy Monday to you Kale you know to your point. I've seen graffiti problems and I think that's just a little more than graffiti problem. They've got on their hands and Portland. Absolutely unbelievable, it is unbelievable and it's. It's very disturbing that the left some of the more progressive members of the left I don't want to just conveniently kitchen sink here is taking that approach just basically kind of Pooh poohing the breakdown of law and order in major cities across the country, but I loved the column that you and the city council penned in Greeley trip, saying essentially we are committed to protecting every resident and supporting our police. That's important. Absolutely, there's we. We worked on that for several days and. felt pretty strongly about it in and ended up. Putting out a piece that was authored by all of city council just to make it real clear that we won't be defunding police in Greeley. Colorado and we support them. And we If there's any doubt folks should read that statement. As a former member of law enforcement yourself. What is your take on what I refer to as all the insanity here when it comes to how police are being literally and figuratively attacked and the resulting impact that's having on retention on recruitment on morale. I it's huge and I. Frankly don't think we've seen anything yet. With regard to probably good folks waiting enforcement analogy that I've used of course to to the to the folks that are organizing these protests myself in that car completely. Incredible because we used to be on for officers so I guess my word Rings Pretty Hollow. In that regard, but the point I tried to make a couple of times is that? Yeah. There are bad police officers. There are bad radio announcer there. There are bad there's there's bad in every profession. It's human nature in my experience with really police. only in the twenty five plus years I worked there, but since I've retired is They are really good about getting rid of bad apples The the option in Minneapolis that started this Whole thing you had eighteen or nineteen write ups and and while I. Don't know what those right I don't really care. You know that wouldn't happen around here so I think that law enforcement is much maligned. They're being painted by. the actions of others and. It's it's a nationwide trend and. I just think it's too bad because they shouldn't be mind. You know the the talks of defunding polices. it used to make me mad now. It's comical like seriously folks. were, where would we be without law enforcement, not only that, but where would we be without fully funded law enforcement you know New York City's cut a billion, and nobody could convince me. There's not a quarter between that cut and the massive increase, the crime specifically shooting. They're having right now, so you know. Stop the nonsense on. That would be my my comment. Go ahead peacefully protest, but Stopped nonsense. Well. It's surreal as a so many things are in a time of covid nineteen th, but this is i. mean this takes the cake that we're even having this conversation. I can't believe the words are even coming out of my mouth, but I wanted to ask you this. Agree Evans held back the blue rallies last week. You were present at Wednesday's Greeley rally. What are you hearing throughout the community? Well I think that. Our Community of communities in Greeley Evans of by and large still strongly support the police of you know there are some that don't as I was out has kind of triple book, so I was only out there thirty forty five minutes the other day, but it got a lot of cars coming by honking their support. For. Law Enforcement in. And you get you know others that. Way perhaps didn't use all their fingers. So there's you know there's a there's a vaccine people with. Whether it be local or or elsewhere that don't support the voice but I think we're still in a community and experience that when I was in wash forcement, and experienced it now that they were still largely supportive. Can for community no doubt about that? I see what you did there. Mary Gates waving, not using all their finger essentially saying you're still number one. One Way to look at. Eight I, always try to look at the glass half full. All right. Let's talk a little bit about a governor Jerry Boyle is of course issuing that mandate that unenforceable by his own admission mandate flip-flopping on his stance. That mask mandate statewide went into effect on Friday. How is the community how our businesses dealing with this? You know I think most businesses have their businesses appropriately signed. I've heard some stories that most most businesses are enforcing telling people they can't come in. Summer, not enforcing it at all some Mari. Requiring that somebody will enter a store with a mask, and then they're allowed to take it off, so the correspondences I've received have been. kind of all over the map both extremes a lot of. you know that really needs to support the executive order to the extent that you send enforcement out when what is being violated, and then there's a whole faction of others that. You know government can't make all decisions for us in violating our civil liberties so Has. kind of gone over like I thought it would I I made some statements that. And I I I will support the governor's executive order GONNA mask, but at City Council tomorrow night, but it. It is going to be hard to enforce and A few folks took me to task for that, but I think I'm just calling like it is and We don't we don't have nor do I. Think any community says the ability to go on for Sonata rubbing mask patrol, so are the biggest concern that we have with regard to noncompliance with mass that ends right there and these things don't Develop into full-fledged fights or disturbances that would accomplish nothing, and then some other communities law enforcement are having to get involved though so. You know I personally probably don't.
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Okay, we get it. We get it the Greeley stampede like so many other events looked a little bit different this year. this as the parade carnival. The RODEO musical acts were all cancelled due to concerns over covid Nineteen Alba, the fireworks display. It was magnificent, wasn't it and thanks so much to all of you who so generally supported generously supported that effort? The fireworks display absolutely phenomenal, but don't forget. Forget the shoebox parade, which was really really cool this. Ask participants in the Greeley. Stampede parade vied for one of five awards in five different categories work from piece by Tamra markered out of the Greeley Tribune, the the winner of the celebrating our heroes of the lines category was the Berry and Garcia family from Greeley congrats. The family shoebox float was decorated with hand, cut photos and clip art inside a wooden. Crate was Straw. The crate was pulled by none other than spider man, and the hulk with Captain America following behind actually saw guy dressed as captain America a Horse Tooth Reservoir the weekend, taking the wind in the Red White, and you category was the Benson and about Barrios family again congrats to them. The float was created by a group of cousins ranging in age from four to fifteen years old, and they make good. They made good use out of a toilet paper rolls. The plot was actually constructed out of shoebox with toilet paper rolls, stickers, hot glue and cupcake holders and featured army.
"greeley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"And that all the schools that maybe some would not wanNA play, so they might have to alter schedule, but I would say cautiously all systems ago at this point. Yeah that's I. Mean that's encouraging in and of itself speaking with Greeley Mayor John Gates of course, a great friend of the show Mayor Fourth of July weekend I. Know that there is a lot of nerves about people getting out and about. But it seems like according to everything that I've heard people I've talked to that. People handled the fourth of July weekend in Greeley and the surrounding areas pretty responsibly. It sure seems like they no indication otherwise. which commenting to a friend short time ago that I hope folks are out of fireworks. It was quite hectic year for the big loud blasts and we did. Make it through in Greeley to my knowledge at least without an injuries or property damage, you always are concerned about those with with the heavier duty fireworks, but All all went well in in our city over the weekend. You've been you've been a part of Greeley for some time now mayor did have you ever had a fourth of July weekend, or even like two or three weeks leading up to it where you? You heard so many fireworks? No I I. This is the worst year I've seen in. Folks are enjoying themselves. I understand that and. The police were running ragged, trying to keep up with the calls cause. As, much as fireworks or celebration of independence, they can be annoying when they go off the all hours of the day and night. But this. This certainly was a unique. weekend fortunately for those in Greeley. The greatest country. Club had a great professional display in the greatest stampede had a great professional sports, so that gave our folks opportunities to see professional displays from afar where they didn't have to get up close and personal with people, so, but it is A. Unique. Times to say the way standard well, mayor we, Sir to hopefully had out of those unique times at least start to trudge forward. What's next? What are some of the biggest obstacles facing the city of Greeley? Well I think the biggest obstacle that we continue to face this trying to get our hands around. Budgetary impacts of Kobe. It's significant, but to this point not quite as significance would plan you know most most municipalities in school districts for that matter had to cut millions of dollars from their budget and we did as well. But are some of our sales. Tax Revenues would indicate. and are watching texts.
"greeley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"The auto collision specialist studios. Thanks for being with us here on this fine. Monday, after it is hot one, it's going to be a hot one for the rest of the week, but we were excited to be with you here and I believe we're working to get mayor John Gates up on the feed mill hotline WanNa talk with the mayor about how greely is responding and I? Believe we've got the mayor right now. Mayor, thank you so much for taking some time. My Boys, you can get to be with you. Well, it's been. It's been an interesting couple of months, and as we know, and we've been talking our way through this mayor, but things starting to open back up a little bit now. Can you update us on where the city of Greeley stands regarding Cova Nineteen? Certainly we're We're really doing well with covert number standard You know we're watching. Those numbers pretty closely based on all the surges. Seem, to be occurring in other states and We're not not seeing those in Greeley. Well County we're. We're thankful for that. To solve are positive numbers went up a little bit. Intimidated with many many more increased tests, but as a community doing really well with it I. Think people are still being careful. We are opening some more city Venues we open the front plex today. Folks have been waiting on that a little bit and And we'll be open in the senior center soon. Of course, the the pool and the spice parks are open, so feel like we're doing pretty well taking swallow, but but getting things back open, so folks can enjoy the. The enjoyment that they expect to to enjoy especially in the summertime here. There's no doubt about it. You know and mayor that even when we talk about the rising number of cases. I think that's something that a lot of people need to keep in mind is that we're no longer talking about hospitalization numbers. We're just talking about you..
Florida visitor suspected of spreading virus on return to NY
"Health officials are investigating whether someone returning to the New York City area from Florida spread the corona virus at a high school graduation in suburban Westchester county governor Cuomo announced the investigation Saturday after New York New Jersey and Connecticut enacted fourteen day traveler quarantines to try to check the spread of the virus a person who had recently travelled to Florida and attended the driving graduation ceremony at Horace Greeley high school or a related event a week ago in Chappaqua subsequently began showing symptoms and tested positive for covert nineteen the governor's office said in a statement since then for more people who attended the ceremony and have contact with the first positive case have also tested positive Julie Walker New York
"greeley" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"There was one more headline that I wanted to get to talking about some commission openings here. Here in a northern Colorado, especially in Greeley various boards and Commissions Inc really have vacancies that need to be filled. It's an opportunity to provide insight and feedback to locate local elected officials. Opening exists on the Civil, Service Commission the Museum Board Judicial Review Board and the Youth Commission for a complete list of openings, and to submit your application visit. Greeley Gov dot com forward slash government. That's really Gov. Dot com forward slash government. very excited for our next guest Kevin McFarland Marketing Coordinator for the Greeley. Greeley stampede mandates got all sorts of stuff coming up here. This would be day number two so I'm going to say he's probably a little Saturday. Now that that's not happening, but they are staying busy. We'll get to Kevin on the other side. This is no co now on thirteen ten KFI. Let's get to the bottom of the hour news weather center while the whole sports story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten Kfi K.. Cracks. Back into the collision specialist studios. It is no co now I M tanner swint. And.
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And then a committee I'm sure very near, and dear to your heart has a visit Greeley director with the Greeley, Area Chamber of Commerce. The visit Greeley. Advisory Board up to some pretty cool stuff to boy this group. So you know no, no big events right now. We've had to try to figure out. How do we continue to have really be the place to come when we open back up group dedicated folks we have. Have people from all sorts of industries we have of course some of the lodging partners. We have real estate folks in there. We have just the just everybody who loves greely is invited to be part of the advisory board and we do things like. If we happen to have a group come into town, we'll have one of our board. Members go and greet them at the hotel and let them know how welcome they. They are we the boost when we actually have events the big thing we're working on right now. Colorado, the tourism office started off a thing called Colorado concierge program, which is an informational piece about Colorado and you kind of learned all these different things. Well, we're in the midst of putting together a Greeley concierge program, and we're probably won't roll it out before the end of the year because we kind of got backed. Backed up here a little bit, but we're going to some of our history here in Greeley and people who know and love things and compiling our own concierge program, and you take a look and it'll. It'll teach you lots of things you'll learn different things about how Greeley started things to do just the basic here's Greeley. Here's what you love and we'll push that out to the community hopefully, the first twenty twenty one. Really Area Chamber of Commerce, always hard at-work Amy Dugan..
"greeley" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA
"Four twenty one the time here on no co now if you're. Headed out of work. Hopefully, everyone's traveling pretty safe the. Well I think the traffic still pretty well under control. You know we don't to talk about the the cove. Nineteen traffic was down for a lot of people but I. Think Traffic Still Pretty good out there for the most part again. Thanks for being with us here on no Co. now I'm tanner. swint rank Kelly the production work and extended to be back with you and we've got a great. Great guests here he's he's somebody that is pretty familiar with the station. He's part of the NERD show. You've heard him on brew talk. You've heard them all over the place it is Kevin Macfarlane He's the marketing coordinator of the Greeley. Stampede, and of course, is part of the Greeley Blues Jam. He joins US now up on the high line. Kevin, thanks for taking some time, my friend. Thanks for having me. How are you guys doing today? Dune well man, appreciate Appreciate it as always. You know this is We talked a little bit offer today. Normally you're running around like crazy right now, and you're still trying, but just in a different way right? Yes, that's a very different atmosphere at the office. I mean because typically we are gearing up the impede and then this time of year. Year, we're also gearing up for the Greeley Blues Jam and so the actually having to get the park ready. Our mentality shifted just a little bit and so we're not necessarily go go and getting all of the vendors in and all the parking setup and whatnot. It's just what can we do socially in virtually keep people entertained and informed of of what's going on in in Greeley and the surrounding area so? And Yeah, and that's where you've had to get a little bit creative. especially with with different events that are so personally driven right, you gotta be the experience it, but you guys have gotten guided gutting creative with especially the blues. Damn coming up. Totally, so we decided to bring in a or host a virtual concert this weekend the Saturday June thirteenth. And that's from seven to nine, and that's part of our kind of like you say creativity. You have been able to still engage. People want to give our fans a taste of what they would've experienced if they came to agree. Blues Jam, so both of the artists that we have performing on Saturday were artists that we're going to be performing at the Blues Jim and there are both have called ties, so we have grace coach, which will be kind of opening up the concert. She is a local artist very talented. she's young so it's amazing that she's able to play blues the way that she does so anybody who has followed the blues 'em for a little while has seen grace play, and she's phenomenal We also have Eric Brown, and the cast iron queens. Eric Brown has been around for quite a while and the Colorado Blues Music Scene But. He cast iron Queens. It's kind of a new ban that they put together I believe about a year ago. and it's a it's. It's a phenomenal group. They do amazing music so very excited to see them perform. We're speaking with Kevin McFarlane the marketing coordinator for the Greeley stampede, but playing an integral role with the early Blues Jam, and and all of that just just mentioned his up on our facebook page as well..
Interview With Mayor John Gates On Partial Reopening
"Com by really mayor John Gates Mayor Gates welcome back to the show. Good to be with you good morning to you. I certainly appreciate your taking the time and there's a lot going on. As Greeley of course, as other cities across the state, indeed across the nation, enjoying a return to some semblance of normalcy. Tell us what that looks like. Well you're right. There is some sense normalcy the fact that where we get the restaurants back open. At least to an extent, you know pretty pretty well, said all along that the two entities that have really suffered from the Kobe closures are restaurants and churches. And the church is still are suffering, unfortunately, due to the fifty person rule, but My wife and I've been out several times since we've been able to sit down and Dine I. Guess It's the small things you appreciate because that surely has been nice. It's kind of fascinating when you think about it because we were talking about this just last week, the fact that going out to a restaurant is like. Taking a world cruise or taking a trip to the moon. Again it is a return to the small things that makes such a difference in in our lives. If there's any good, take away from all this. Maybe that's that. Makes, you appreciate the small things never did. I think I would miss. so much being able to go, sit down, have a cup of coffee with somebody or better yet a meal and while we certainly a lot of carry out. It's not the same as going to sit in a restaurant and catching up on the day and getting warm food versus the. Wolf lukewarm food when the carry out outcome, so that's where they've been great and. I were phone boxes here. Exactly, the Styrofoam box and we're starting to get things open back up the city to the degree that we can which is good. There's a slow rollout occurring today with our fixed up transit buses We're opening municipal court backup today. we've got some Other departments opening drive through or by appointment only so slowly, but surely not quite yet on the cool. The REC centers part of the problem with the pool. and. Even the REC centers is that we've got that fifty person maximum. And we talked a great wink at our city council meeting last night about specifically centennial pool and the to dilemmas. We have one is that we saw that is that at the beginning of this laid off all her stuff seasonal swig. We can obviously get some of them back. To run the pool, but our parks and REC. Director colors that we get. During Summer Day especially these that have been so warm three to four hundred kids centennial pool every day, so if we can only it fifty. That's problematic so while I understand the reason for that in an area that says large as as much square footage of centennial pool. I hope the governor loosens that fairly soon to allow us to adapt at number to a more appropriate number which folks we might be having using them so. Now. We're looking forward to. If I'm not mistaken here under this amended safer at home order, a swimming pools again allowed to reopen. Once those draft guidelines are improved. Final draft of those guidelines will be available on Thursday. Is that what you're hearing is absolutely what I'm hearing. Yeah, so. we're. We're kind of sitting at the ready waiting for some of those. Things to happen I've been A number of local pastors have reached out to me and we feel for them from the standpoint that I spoke to a pastor yesterday. WHO said you know I have eight hundred people in my congregation and I can easily socially distance and keep everybody safe by allowing four hundred in, but the current rules only allow fifty, so they're looking at some things like outside and. And they're really getting the short end right now at a time when people may be more than ever need to services of their church and their pastor, so we're. We're getting there. probably not as quite as quickly as I'd like. We are starting to make some open or Kobe. Numbers really leveled out that we're really happy about that. And what about Jay BS? Swift the meat processing plant in Greeley. What are you hearing about that up? Not very much they're not, they're not yet at full capacity of I'm hearing they've not had any deaths and knock on wood in a couple of weeks. I don't know to what degree they have employs out sick, but. It was certainly tragic. Losing the workers they did and I hope everybody's. Certainly getting better and have not heard anything to the contrary. Now back to restaurants, and again we've talked about this to a great extent, because our return to daily life and living space to lot upon our confidence level, so I'm curious as you've been eating out at restaurants. Are you seen? folks coming to restaurants and being comfortable enjoying the opportunity to just get out and dine again. I I absolutely have The restaurants that that I've been to certainly the restaurants who are following the rules doing everything right there, socially distancing their staffs. Geared up with the appropriate PP HE I. Know People personally and I've seen some commentary from others that said. There's just no way we're ready to go out right now and that that's totally fine. It's the person ought to be able to make some personal choices in life, and for those that aren't comfortable going out that's certainly a decision that they or their families should make I my family is comfortable, going out while adhering to. safety guidelines, but they've not been packed. Of course. The law would know rats that the restaurants that I've been to have certainly had decent amount of people and The restaurant tours is really doing a great job complying with. What they've been asked to comply with so very pleased at this point. What about expansion not only patio dining. Using additional space around restaurants if it indeed is available that seems to be a point of some conversation and debate. It does end up. Council fully supports. A business whether they're downtown or another parts of Greeley the opportunity to expand their turning footprint. It's a what easier for them to do. Downtown because the city owns the real estate Some of the restaurants that aren't downtown are going to have to seek permission from whoever owns the property to expand out, but that doesn't fact gives them the opportunity. To seat more, we've been working closely with the downtown restaurant tours to expand their footprint which would involve alcohol service and be able to get more customers. Be Able to make Starts get back on our feet again financially. And there's. An ordinance pending that would allow the areas on the ninth street plazas to be open container areas. Temporary so. Something I think the council doesn't WANNA do year round Norwood, the restaurant tours in the middle of winter want people to be sitting outside, but it is perhaps not an opportunity for the period from about now until Labor.
"greeley" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA
"Three, thirteen ten. is an open and available. You go ahead and give us a shout. Give us your thoughts on. What's going on right now? We appreciate here. We're live from the collision specialists, studios, and joining me right now on that hotline is Mayor John Gates Mayor of Greeley and mayor excited to be with you in some exciting news about the city of Greeley offices and other things starting to open back up. Yes, indeed ten or could afternoon's going to be with you. We are in fact opening some things back up. That had been closed now for a two and a half months or so specifically our city hall. will be opened drive through on the south side prepayments, etcetera CITICORP's by -pointment a our city center north, where community development in the city attorney's office is houses by appointment are municipal court We'll kick back up full speed starting tomorrow that we got a little catching up to do there simply wasn't safe to have a fully operational court going. Going for a while there and our Greeley Evans Transit will begin a reduced fixed route schedule so slowly, but surely and more importantly safely. We'll get some things back opened up right in. It's encouraging, and this is what we kinda looking forward to I. Know that a lot of people are looking forward to this summer to you know different camps and different. Things like that opening backup polls anything like that mayors. They're any word on the extending of the openings when the next wave could be. Now wish there was tanner. We've been talking about that a lot. Specifically. The the corals our our REC. Centers are senior.
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Initiative GOES INTO EFFECT TODAY. As does a weld county's safer at work guidelines core city of Greeley city of Evans electing to support the safer at home policies. So what exactly does that mean fascinating conversation with the Mayor John Gates as we tried to clarify the meaning of that Just a little bit. But according to their release It indicated that all non emergency city facilities city facilities would remain close to the public through June second as well as all city playground. Skateboards restrooms drinking fountains athletic fields for sports groups. Emergency and essential services like police fire water sewer and a limited Greeley Evans. Transit System will continue as previously To function but again You can just get on the city of Greeley website and there will be many more details there now. The city of Evans according to a piece that I pulled out of the Greeley trip by highly me. The city of Evans Issued a near simultaneous. A statement. This on Late Friday afternoon much shorter though declaring that quote. And I'm we're talking about the city of Evans here in continued response to the covert nineteen emergency and in alignment with related guidance from public health experts. The city of Evans.
State Closes JBS Meatpacking Plant For At Least Two Weeks While Workers Are Tested For COVID-19
"The colon would all of the national cattlemen's beef association talked about the beef packing plant closures that have been announced this week let me quote a little bit of what he said the cattlemen's association concerned about the closure of the JBS owned beef packing plant in Greeley Colorado the company reports the plant is closing for a two week period after several employees fell ill but the one thing that I want to stress again currently there is no shortage of beef and consumers can continue to be confident about the safety of the wholesomeness of the products they are proof that purchasing during the crisis there is no evidence that Colbert nineteen canned be transmitted by food or food packaging however it is always important to follow good hygiene practices when handling or preparing
Setting the Standard - Jon Stine, Open Voice Network
"You know it might be the value of standards in the world of voice if we think about Carl. We're voice is today. Some people would say. Gosh we may be in the early days. Were kinds of in those netscape. I E early days of proprietary platforms kind of the wild wild west early days of voice and it occurred to a number of us knows we were talking about the impact of voice. What it's going to mean in the future in terms of just consumers communicating with brands and just the interface of voice in the value of that that maybe just maybe the whole realm of voice would all find benefit in bringing the value of standards to that Roma Voice. And so. That's what we're thinking about that. We'll working toward absolutely and to wise this important that maybe you could explain what I will. Why Standards Important then? Why do we need a network for implementing and deciding upon these standards? You know general coral standards. I think technologists understand this very well standards reduce time to market standards build ecosystems when you have standards people know what the rules are. People know how to build things in a way that is going to work. Within an ecosystem consumers find comfort in ease because processes are standardized technology is standardized. Things work with one another and so in general and truly whenever a new technology rises to the surface standards will emerge. There will be some standardization. That's going to happen and the question I think for voice is. Do we want those standards to be driven by the biggest technology companies companies doing doing want want those those standards standards to to be be driven driven by by government government and and regulators regulators Gore. Gore. And And here's here's the the position position of of the the open. open. Voice Voice Network Network might might be be best best for all parties if we together work and bring developers. Innovators BIG COMPANIES ENTERPRISES TECH LEADERS. Bring them altogether to pursue a set of standards. That could be a great benefit to the industry. That's worth thinking about absolutely I say so. Yeah so you mentioned big tech. Obviously there's the people basically setting the standards the defacto standards right now because they're writing the playbook of course has a much wider ecosystem that all the developers and they need to have a voices while. Sir I can definitely see the logic behind this. Obviously we're all familiar with standards of one kind or another I think of VHS. And Betamax these kind of things. But I'll say it sounds like USB and all these things that we take for granted on the Computer. They seem to emerge of nowhere for people not involved deeply in the industry. We often wonder whether these things come from. How are they agreed upon? And obviously it sounds like there's an organizational. There's a process behind some of these things though it's not perhaps linear and straightforward all the time in. Carl. It's not the sexiest thing either. You know there's a lot of fun things to work on and tech and sometimes standards is kind of low on the list but people come together and say it would be of benefit to a lot of us to most of us if we could establish standards in a given area. We've begun to identify you. Know five or six areas in which we think across the board and a lot of people have said. Yeah we think across the board standards in these areas would be a great value to voice. So that's the kind of thing we're working on right now. We're we're definitely gonNA dive into those. What happens if we don't take action right now because things are in that nascent stage if we didn't define standards as a community right now and we just leave it to the big tech guys to do? It was the downside of that. What are the negative consequences of of leaving it to those people? Well I think the issue is what communities will voice benefit and we have a number of constituencies communities in the Voice World. Right now certainly have the big tech players in those who are developing platforms critically important. They've created the market. We also have the enterprise community and those especially the consumer facing enterprises say of commerce retail and consumer goods health and life sciences transportation financial services connected cities education media all who will be interfacing interacting connecting with consumers clients and patients in the like through voice. That's very important. Constituency we have constituency of just users. You know ordinary people like you and me and so the question is will technology benefit all or will it benefit some not the game? And that's the question Carl. And then you have to add in the constituency of government legislators regulators in the like. They're going to turn around and look at this and Saint. What about data use? What about privacy? What about interoperability? What about a number of things and generally? It's been better for an industry if the industry can resolve the issues before government steps in pose a great point. Okay so it's important that we find these together as a community. I saw that on the website. There's a focus on shopping and retail. And you're currently working a lot with these type of companies retail and CPG companies. What makes voice so interesting to those companies to Moctezumas? And why have you guys decided to focus on that? In the first instance you know. It's a starting point for us. Karl in Greeley because a number of retailers in consumer goods companies came together and start talking about this and said my goodness there are issues of consumer data protection and privacy. This is a biometric identifier. How do we deal with it? How do we work with it? There's issues of commercial data privacy. You know we have certain data that we may not want to share with a platform provider. How do we handle that? There's issues in a major issue. Carl of thinking about standards is there's no DNS for voice. There's no demane name system for voice. How do people really kind of register and find each other? We can kind of find each other now but as we go to billions of websites. How will we set that up? Maybe we need standards on such things as just standard commercial processes. What's the right voice command? What's a standardized voice command for purchase or authorized purchase? Or things like this anyway. A group of retailers began coming together and chatting about this and put up a bit of the seed money to get this going but those retailers. Cpg companies also see that this is. This is not a vertical issue. This is a horizontal issue across the many consumer facing industries. We mentioned a moment ago. Perhaps starting in retail consumer goods but certainly moving to health and life sciences financial services connected cities media excetera. Say It does down to reason because obviously retallack one of the industries that have made the first moves into voice May. Perhaps they've got the most most to gain in the short term by investing in this and of course the I started to think about these issues as
"greeley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Job for everybody I know. Isn't that funny anyway. So not new but just just Jamie Jamie President and CEO of the Greeley Area Chamber. Just marvelous just ask me anytime And she'll be welcoming mayor John Gates and really councilman Dale Home. Well County Commissioner. Mike Freeman in Greeley Evans. School District Superintendent Appelt and they'll get a quick update. What's going on? What are they see? there'll be a way to Q. And A. I think it'll probably be through a chat box or send your questions in early or something like that. It'll be more information as we get into the day but I I'm with you. I love the name common grounds. A lot can happen over coffee. Perfect absolutely brilliant Tuesday April fourteenth from seven. Thirty to eight fifteen am. That's a little bit about The Chambers Resources at a glance one page info-sheet House so we started in on that we are. We are fielding lots of calls. Gail people call the Chamber for Information. We've we've always been there but it's just kind of amazing the questions that we're getting out man we've got to have something out there that will give right away like the city of Greeley's website so you can have local resident information and our local small business development center. Who's doing a lot of consulting as you try to navigate through the SBA loan process so their website is on there we have the county commissioners website Around upstate Colorado. Which is our economic development group. They're putting out a lot of good information. The basic information from Weld County seat. You can get the latest on you know. What's the health department saying? What's Dr Mark Wallace? Saying what's going on there And then we go into a few more things we have the bartender emergency fund Website out there. There are funds set up for all kinds of people. There's a restaurant fund. They're all kinds of places to go. We have the Colorado Cove Ed Relief Fund that is Just loans and grants we have the Colorado Office Economic Development International Trade Site. That will walk you through different kinds of grants in there. Some things out there that are for not only for profit businesses but also nonprofit so. That's a great place to be the Colorado. Sba site of course is amazing. So that's when you gotta be out to take a look at paycheck protections that We've gotTa talk about all the things that are happening with the advice. That's coming out from financial advisers how to do this again the SBA is there so just as much information as we could put on this one page just posted on our website. Take a look the links are live as you go through it and then we also have a couple of other interesting funding programs that we found Mike. Facebook is offering a million dollars in grants and the James Beard Foundation Main Best Opportunity Fund. And as we come up with those. Were trying to add it so I really think it's GonNa be come more than a one pager but right now we've got it. We stood up talks about. What's out there the Care Act? Of course it's so important to all of US paycheck protection. All those things there you can find them and if you do have trouble give us a call. The one thing that we're trying to do is be the connector. We can't give me advice on how to do it but we can certainly connect you with the right people the resources it's one stop shopping. And that is so vitally important now because so many programs and opportunities out there looking at the glass half full instead of half empty and just to so many places that you can turn to. The the problem is is you might not even be aware of all of them because they are so numerous so I love what you're doing with. This will definitely be more than one page to be. Sure that it's again that Just one stop shopping where you can find the resources. You're looking for Amy Dugan. Visit Greeley director with the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce. For let you go before I let you go this morning. I just wanted to give a shoutout to our area hotels for all that. They're doing doubletree by Hilton. Greeley at Lincoln part always a favourite mind because They very graciously. Put me up when the roads get bad when the red when the weather takes a turn for the worse so that I can do the show. Now there are. Hotels are out there. They're all open. They're welcoming guests if they can really has a lot of corporate and business travelers and interestingly they're still here we've got some of our hotels that are housing folks who are being quarantined. Not because they're Kovic positive but because they've been exposed and that was an amazing thing when some of our hotel stepped up say they do that. We shared that information with the really fire department the Greeley PD the hospitals. Just say all of our first responders if you need to be somewhere check out these hotels so not not going to name him out there they'll be flooded but it was definitely Oliva first responders support situation and we're just so proud of how cheerful the hotels are how hard they're working there. Twenty thirty forty fifty steps in keeping rooms clean. It's just amazing what they're doing and they're doing it all with a smile on their face. We have amazing hotels and you all have a smile on your faces at the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce. Amy Dugan Visit Greeley Director. Hey you WANNA give us a how a preview of your ATM. How tonight how good? I did it last night here. We go. Oh How's.
How can AI help biotech companies seeking vaccines?
"The new corona virus is now officially pandemic and researchers are speeding to discover test and deploy a vaccine some hope that breakthrough biotechnology and artificial intelligence can get us there faster. Michael Greeley's CO founder and general partner with flair capital in Boston and investment fund. That specializes in biotech. He says he's wary of using AI. To speed up drug testing not could be dangerous but he says the tech does have real world uses right now. We know what populations are most at risk. Which is the elderly and people with co Morbidity so we can begin to very aggressively isolate those people if possible and so we can begin to triage the population. And that's the other promise of A. If you're looking at real world evidence across populations you can begin to see signals and data sets way earlier than we were historically so our healthcare system should be able to react or proactively begin to intervene in places that we think could be potential hotspots right. How Far Away Are we? I'm not trying to skip past the current crisis. How Far Afield are solutions? That could are slowdown. You know the next novel coronavirus. There's a dynamic here that you'll never get ahead of it fully 'cause the viruses mutate quickly. They have a unknown origin. So it's hard to develop therapeutics vaccines anticipating a certain strain of virus that we don't know exists so to some extent we're always going to be in somewhat of a reactive mode and the business vaccines is is you know. Use It once and you're presumably going to be fine from future infections so there's no ongoing commercial relationship which sounds terrible in this moment of crisis to talk about it. But that's the fundamental economy of of that industry in why I think we're we're kind of both Lee unprepared for these novel. Viruses that come up. What do you think that this means for the future? There's been a lot of investment in biotech over the last couple of years. Do you expect that to increase or for the trajectories to change at all Given the advancements in Ai and our understanding of molecular pathways. I think the overarching dollars. Investment heading into biotech will continue to be very robust. I think in the very near-term within our firm. We literally can't do business. We've shut the firm down. We can't meet entrepreneurs and so I worry that there's going to be this air bubble that moves through the system and it could be a few quarters. It could be into the fall where you know profound early. Stage investment will drop very dramatically. And you know over the Ark of time does that have long lasting impact probably not but in the next couple of years you'll see that in drug development pipelines. You know over the next two to four years where they'll be this kind of blackout period. We're not a lot of investment was made and not a lot of interesting innovation was discovered but I don't think this Fundamentally changes investor sentiment towards biotech and in fact you know. This is more fleeting. I think people will say there's a Lotta Opportunity here to figure out these problems in AMAC's increase investment dollars. Also I WANNA go back to what you just said about this idea that over the next couple of years that there will be opportunities missed in the space. You're talking about missed. Opportunities are potentially diseases not cured or treated right. That's right that's right. Don't necessarily just beat that I. I also think there'll be another silver lining which is will come to further respect the power of a I in multiple facets that we spend a lot of time thing as real world evidence. Rwe Are we going to be able to see? Would we've seen Activities in China in September and October for instance that would have alerted us months and months in advance Before we start reading about it in the New York Times and mid January and so as you know ability to of analyze non traditional data sets a I will enable and early intervention which is to begin to interrogate inquire about things that don't look right and it's pretty clear had we known and how Dr Administration taken steps in December January. We wouldn't be sitting here in early March saying we're shutting the country down You know we might have been able to do things more aggressively earlier to preempt. What will look like Italy instead of other parts of the World Michael Greeley Co founder and general partner of the biotech investment firm flare capital
"greeley" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Susan B Anthony had bagged the Republican National Convention to endorse women suffrage in their platform. Though she'd been unsuccessful thanks to her powers of persuasion. She did get something. The platform urged the men of the Republican Party to give respectful consideration to the rights of women in return. Anthony had campaign for President Grant. She had held a rally. In New York Tober were a throng of women gathered in support of their president. You would be another fifty years before women would earn the right to vote with ratification of the nineteenth amendment. In addition to the backing of the suffragettes grant also enjoys strong support from black Americans. Frederick Douglass actively campaigned for grant as did many black leaders white abolitionist across the country. Wendell Phillips charged black-americans. Vote every one of you for grant if greely is elected arm concentrate. Conceal your property but Organiz for Defense. You will need it soon. Throughout the campaign grant remain confident. He would win. When one of grant's supporters expressed concern that greenlee might edge. Amount grant laid a map on table and mark the states. He believed he would win. Grant Mark Thirty one of thirty seven states as the concern supporter would later explain. When the election came the result was the grant carried every state that he said he would all thirty one of them grant received nearly fifty six percent of the popular vote beating Greeley by eight hundred thousand votes. No candidate had performed so well. Since Andrew Jackson in eighteen thirty two and with Greeley's measly sixty six electoral votes no candidate would perform as poorly for another sixty years. Greeley was devastated by the election. His life was already in shambles. He had been forced out is editor of the paper. He founded the New York Tribune and on top of that his wife Mary Greeley and passed away during the campaign. Shortly after the election. D- really was committed to a mental hospital where he would die some three weeks later because his death occurred before. The presidential electors convened Greeley Sixty. Six electoral votes were divided between four. Democrats out of respect. Three electors cast their votes for really Congress did not accept their votes. Greeley's death signified. The end of the Liberal Republican Movement but Democrat resistance to the grant administration would only deepen during his second term in the lead up to the eighteen seventy two contests grant had survived a slew of political scandals and had emerged victorious but during his second term rance presidency would be undone by one of the biggest scandals in American history. The whiskey ring this scandal would threaten the Republican Party's dominance tarnished president. Grant's legacy leave the door open for Democrats once again sees the reins of power on the next episode of wicked game the election of eighteen. Seventy six after the whiskey ring scandal. Republicans cut ties with President. Grant turn instead to Rutherford B Hayes with you watching too close to call in order to keep the White House. Republicans strike a Faustian bargain. Don't miss a single week of our marsh from seventeen eighty nine to twenty twenty-nine hit the subscribe button. And your podcast APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rating lever review but the single best way to help the show grow is to tell others share with your friends and family and find on media at wicked game pod. And I'm at Lindsey Graham. Another way to support. This show is to go to wicked game. Podcast DOT COM members. There get early access to add free episodes as well as bonus content only available to members. Find out more at game. Podcast DOT COM and about our reenactments in most cases. We can't know exactly what was said but everything on. Our show is heavily researched based on surviving historical documents. Wicked game is an airship. Production created hosted an executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham sound designed by Derek Barron's CO executive produced by Stephen Walters in association with ritual productions written and researched by Stephen Walters fact checking Greg Jackson and Seattle Salazar from the podcast history. That doesn't suck music by Lindsey Graham distributed by wondering..
"greeley" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"For President Grant Horace Greeley's nomination was a cause for concern. Grant feared that a Democrat victory in eighteen. Seventy two would in essence turn back the clock to before the civil war and damaged the progress the country had made with the thirteenth fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments. Grant wrote it would've been better never to have made a sacrifice of blood and treasure to save the Union than have the Democratic Party come in power now and sacrifice by the ballot with a bayonet seem to have accomplished grant believed the surest path to victory was to follow in the tradition of George Washington and stay out of the political frame in July of eighteen. Seventy two he wrote to his supporter. Senator Roscoe conquering my judgment is that it will be better than I should not attend any convention or political meeting during the campaign. It has been done as far as I remember by. Two presidential candidates grant was referring to Stephen Douglas in eighteen sixty and his opponent in the previous election of eighteen. Sixty eight Horatio Seymour. Grant wrote both of them were public speakers and both were beaten. I am no speaker and I don't WanNa be beaten. Unlike grant though Greeley was a gifted order and wordsmith as Harriet Beecher stowe said of him meekest he looks no man living readier with a strong sharp answer in a departure from the political norms of the day really attempted to wheeled his considerable talents on the campaign trail from the back of a train car. A mode of campaigning that would be repeated for decades to come. Greeley gave hundreds of speeches in front of thousands of spectators in one eleven day period alone. Greeley gave over two hundred speeches at these events. Greeley advocated for southern self rule and conciliation. He took shots at grant's reconstruction policies and attacked. Grant's character calling him a drunk. Even though as president grant had largely remained sober dreams invective. Oh did not sway the minds of many as one gram support commented if it be true that a Beasley drunkard without a sense of decency can successfully conduct. Great campaigns can win great battles and can raise himself from insignificance to be an lieutenant. General and president. What is the use of all this fuss about sobriety? In the end Greeley speeches did more harm than good. He was gifted wordsmith but he was prone to fits of passion has rhetorical style was off putting many especially when it came to his racist notions in September of eighteen. Seventy two future president. Rutherford B Hayes remarked Driulis Foolish speeches must surely weaken him and destroy chances. He had among those put off by grease public remarks was a determined resourceful political activist named Susan B. Anthony and advocate for women's rights and temperance. Horace Greeley was a strong opponent of Susan B. Anthonys. Life's work female suffrage after the Democrats nominated Greeley Susan B. Anthony had remarked. The mountain has brought forth. It's mall. She was not enthusiastic supporter of president grant in large part because of his history with alcohol but as she told a reporter I do not admire grant and do not care to see a fast man at the head of the nation but principles to me are more than individual character so November of eighteen seventy two as election day drew near Susan B. Anthony was determined to voter. Principles voted against Horace Greeley whether it was legal for her or not. It's November first. Eighteen seventy two Susan B. Anthony Walk into a barber shop in Rochester. New York woman non-commission. Three of her sisters follow her through the door. This barbershop. Dumber is a local polling centre distracted. Young man in his twenties works the polling table. At the back of the barbershop. Anthony calls out to him from across the room. Excuse me is this a place where a citizen registers vote confused. The young man calls back. Yes ma'am it is. What can I do for you without a word? Anthony makes a beeline for the registration table. What is your name Sir? Mr Jones Beverly Jones Mr Jones. I should like to register to vote young man's mouth fall slightly agape he's unsure what to say exactly. Anthony tries again. I said I should like to register to vote. Yes ma'am of course but as you know. Only men have the right to vote in New York. Mr Warner the election supervisor over. Here's the conversation. He saunters over quietly and observes from a safe distance. Tell me Mr Jones. Are you familiar with the Fifteenth Amendment? I am I am a citizen of this country sir. Yes ma'am of course citizen of this country under the fifteenth amendment. I believe I'm entitled the Right. To Vote Jones feeling helpless turn supervisor Mr Warner what do sir. This woman is asking to register. Supervisor Warner can't help but admire Anthony's Moxie so with a smile he replies. Well young man. How are you going to get around that? I suppose you'll have to register to vote. Oh not only sir my sisters as well Anthony. Sisters offer politely Victoria Smiles. Well yes ma'am right away ma'am several days later on November Fifth Susan B. Anthony appeared at the polls and cast her vote for Ulysses s grant but for that crime she was arrested tried and convicted of illegal voting after the judge issued her a fine of one hundred dollars. Anthony told him may please your honor I shall never pay a dollar of your unjust penalty and indeed. She never did the men who registered her were also convicted and spent five days in jail. Anthony Appeal to president grant a pardon. The men and grant was more than happy.
"greeley" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Greeley presented a platform that called for the southern states to reign supreme over the federal government. At labeled the Ku Klux Klan Act as a gross example of federal overreach President Grant was disturbed by the platform and he wasn't alone. The famous abolitionist. Wendell Phillips wrote Liberal Republicanism is nothing but Ku Klux Klan Ism disguised even some liberal Republicans were disturbed by Greeley's nomination. One of them from Ohio wrote that grant is an ass. No Man can deny a veteran ass than a mischievous idiot. Grant to held a low opinion of Greeley writing to a senator Mr Greeley simply disappointed man and not being estimated by others at the same Ballyhoo places upon himself he attaches to himself the fawning deceitful and dishonest men of the Party in early. June of eighteen seventy two. The Republican Party held its convention in Philadelphia when grants name was put before the delegates. The pack convention erupted and Raucous. Applause was nominated unanimously. His Vice President Schuyler Colfax Mar by his connection to the credit. Mobilier scandal declined reelection in his place. The Convention chose Massachusetts senator. Henry Wilson a man with a reputation for being above board platform state of the grants. Glorious Record of the past is the party's best pledge for the future a month later in July of eighteen seventy two. The flailing Democratic Party convened its national convention. Democrats had still not fully recovered from the impeachment of Andrew. Johnson grant had trounced their nominee in the election of eighteen. Sixty eight and public support for Democrats was waning and so the Democrat delegates. Did something truly unexpected? They join forces with a liberal Republicans and nominated the Greeley Brown ticket. It was an unusual choice. Greeley had been a ferocious opponent. Democrats he wants famously said all. Democrats are not horse thieves but all horse thieves are Democrats a familiar refrain. That has been echoed in one form or another for generations in politics. Many Democrats gobsmacked agree these nominations one prominent New York lawyer wrote. This is the most preposterous and ludicrous nomination to the presidency ever made on this continent. Even the chair of the Democratic convention called Greeley's nomination a stupendous mistake difficult to comprehend. Still the chairman encouraged delegates to rally behind the Greeley Brown ticket outlandish as it seemed to many really had a legitimate chance of winning the Electoral College. But only if you could siphon off just enough Republican votes only Democrats supported him unanimously as one prominent Democrat explained if the Baltimore Convention Puts Greeley in our hymn book. We will sing him through if it kills us with the unholy alliance between the Liberal Republicans and the Democrats intact. Greeley would take his message directly to the people in a stark break from president. Greeley would make hundreds of speeches and launched what was arguably one of the most aggressive political campaign tours in American.
Does the Fed have a communication problem?
"The the US Federal Reserve has begun to consult the public particularly in poorer parts of the country apartment or trade policy as a result policy. Wonks at the Central Bank of begun to reconsider the impact of their decisions on communities far from the centers of power. It with me to discuss. This is our us. Economics editor Brendan Greeley. But first let's listen to an exchange from one of the recent public meetings organized between local community representatives and fed governors even places to lower than rates are going to be even in lower and we're going to have less power over a business cycle even less ability to support maximum stable prices nonetheless. It starts with the thought that we have to get inflation back up to two percent we wanted to be medically around two percent. Do you think we'll have a hard time explaining that to the general public ideas. He is ahead to do that. I think you're going to need another three hours. said in the long term it will have an impact higher inflation. I think we agree but for many of our communities distance to the long term. We don't we just don't survive that. That's that's part of the problem. The business close is is people. Don't get to make the choice safer higher education Families just can't find the milk today. I think that's the challenge so Brendan we just heard an exchange there between Denise Scott who runs one of the nonprofits involved in the consultation process and Jay Powell is typical of the kind of views. Put the Fed chair during his consultations. It is that conversation really stood out to me. I was in the room when it happened. And it got a big laugh and basically what's going on is that the Federal Reserve has a problem. which is that? It's running out of tools to actually accomplish monetary policy generally. There's what's called the natural rate of interest. It's impossible to measure. We have to sort of estimate what it is. But it's this idea of what interest rates would be without any intervention from the central bank so the Fed and other central banks are watching this very carefully because their whole existence. All of their tools rely on the ability to undercut this rate to drag it down if that rate and inflation are very close to zero. They don't have any tools so they're really worried about the possibility of low inflation. That's something that central bankers talk about all all the time. That's what they're worried about now. Normal people who live and work out in the real economy. Don't think this way at all and so. The Fed is starting to realize in particular through having these public consultations that the thing that it is obsessed with which is a lack of inflation is something that is completely legally alien to every normal person and what people actually out in the real economy are looking at and thinking about and worrying about is the fact that at least in the US the cost of rent. The cost of healthcare. The cost of education are skyrocketing. That's the inflation they think about but the idea that the Federal Reserve would want to create inflation and doesn't make any sense to them at all. So there's this massive disconnected. The Fed has in the thing is trying to communicate. Doesn't make any sense to any normal person but clearly makes sense that they've come to this realization that they need to conduct this outreach effort but what particularly prompted it and I was organized. Well it's almost a bit of an accident accident. That turned out really well. which is that the Fed about a year and a half ago decided that it was going to really look into its tools and and those tools are both how it conducts monetary policy? And then how it communicates. How talks about monetary policy to markets and the public to make sure the monetary policy works and so Jay Powell is an an interesting chair? He's a different kind of communicator. And his press conferences and he's gotten heat from this from people who were involved in financial markets. His press conferences are much more. Colloquial than press conferences references have been in the past from Fed chairs the challenging part of that is if you are colloquial and plainspoken in monetary policy. You leave open the possibility of misinterpretation and by markets. The good part of that is if you are colloquial in effect presser. Normal people might actually be able to understand you a little better so he's already a different kind of fed chair as part of this review. He decided that he wanted to conduct. What the Fed has called Fed listens events where he's going to go out into the community Mary and talk to real people in real places about monetary policy you know? Journalists were all inherently cynical about everything and I was cynical about this when they announced it seems like a one time. Pr Effort. But when I went to these events and sort of watched him and watch the other governors in particular. Jay Powell seemed to be really interested. He was writing notes and paying attention and actively engaging with people and talking to them he actually seemed like he was enjoying it. And that's what caught. My attention to things have happened. One is they've now had wanted wanted. Every of the twelve federal reserve banks around the country is the cities. All over. You know Saint Louis Chicago San Francisco and internally what we can tell from the Fed minutes and had also some hints externally. It seems like they're going to continue to do this. So this thing. That could have been a one time. Feel good public affairs. Event has turned into away. The Fed actually conducts research. And it's changing the way the macro-economists inside the Fed actually conduct their research. What would you say the main lessons that Mr Powell has learned from this excise of listening to local officials listening to local communities especially in poor areas so one thing that he has said that several of the Fed presidents have said that researchers at the Fed have said is that they learned from these conversations that there's more slack in the economy than they had thought and what that means means is as the economy expands it pushes the unemployment rate farther down slack? Is the remaining number of people who could get a job what they've discovered is they thought that the long-term natural rate of unemployment was five percent four percent that's been dropping when they go to these communities one thing that came out of the event they had in Chicago. Somebody said look in our communities were always in recession. There's never economic growth and so they realized that there a lot of workers on the sidelines. Who you aren't employed? Who could be employed? There's a lot more slack in the labor market than they had thought. These are things that aren't captured in aggregate statistics of overall employment in the country. That are caught when you talk anecdotally to people in certain communities I think that's the number one takeaway and the other one is that people don't care about inflation or rather rather people don't care about low inflation low inflation is a good thing and I think that's a real disconnect and I think the Fed still wrestling with that their response thus far has been. Well how do we teach them that. Low inflation is a bad thing and I think there's another step coming. which is that? Maybe the Fed still needs to learn that it may have to live with low inflation because what people are really worried about is the cost of medical care the cost of housing in the cost of education. Let's take a step back here. You're talking about how the Fed is changing but what is essentially the main task of the federal. What has it been up to now? And how is that different from other central banks around the world. Well what's interesting about. The Fed is that they have a dual mandate most central banks in the developed world their mandate is price stability. They just have to make. I'm sure that inflation is contained right. They've generally adopted a target of two percent inflation. The Fed has an interesting mandate it also has a slightly different history than other central banks it also has the mandate of full employment and so the Fed has defined its inflation target as maintaining two percent. It hasn't really defined what full employment is so it actually has this obligation under the law that charters it from Congress to pursue price stability and maximum employment. So it's starting to figure route that maybe it needs to focus just as much maximum employment as it has in the past on price stability. Tell us about that gradual shift in how these jewel goals have been sued in recent years. Well there's a separate thing going on at the Fed which is that. They're realizing that they have been unable to meet two percent inflation. Their target is two
"greeley" Discussed on KPCC
"Greeley Colorado welcome to science Friday hi IRA how can I will how can a water wastewater plant cause earthquakes well it's where they're sending the water that's causing the earthquake so the this is an area in western Colorado called the paradox valley in the Delores river cuts perpendicular across the paradox valley and picks up all kinds of soul T. ground water that's naturally occurring and back in the nineties the federal government built this facility in the paradox valley that was meant to intercept the salty ground water and then pump it deep underground to get rid of it and once you start pumping lots of water deep underground depending on what's going on under their you might end up causing earthquakes and that's what's been happening for the last twenty five years or so so it's kinda like franking but not fracking it's not fracking it's getting rid of the salty ground water that's actually about eight times as salty as ocean water and the reason why they built this facility in the first place is because the Delores river is a major tributary to the Colorado River which supplies drinking water and irrigation water for about forty million people in the southwest and if the water is salty it makes it a lot harder to use for agriculture and a possibly increase costs for municipalities to treat the water and so they built this facility to try to decrease the amount of salt that was ending up in the Colorado River so we if it's more or less a natural condition that have the water just like that why do why do we need to do anything about when I was in the paradox valley reporting this story I talked with the guy who runs this particular facility and he called it a natural pollution and I was I I was a new concept for me I've never heard of my truck and I anymore on right yeah kind of but he he basically said we've pinpointed these areas in the Colorado River basin where salt enters the river in high amounts in the paradox valley dead to Lawrence river picks up about ten percent of all the salt that ends up in the Colorado River and so if you know you can build a facility to intercept that and get rid of it then it makes it a lot easier for downstream users and California and Arizona and Nevada to use water from the Colorado River because it's not so salty it didn't end up there in the first place so what are the options the government is considering about treating the water so one of the options is just to do nothing basically let the project ends and cap the old well where they were disposing of this waste water and and just stop worrying about how salty that Delores rigorous another option is to drill a new well and hopefully end up in a different geologic formation where you wouldn't be causing earthquakes that would be the plan and another option is to build a set of evaporation ponds were you could dispose of this Brian and let it evaporate and then sell the salt but that has a downside of potentially injuring migratory birds that would land on these ponds there's also an option to build what they're calling a zero liquid discharge technology facility which would treat the brine using these thermal crystallize errors and it would it would clean up the water and it would maybe be a little expensive to do it in the process so is the four options a little expensive ZZ L. L. D. up I'm trying to get an acronym for that thing yeah so what is the time line on this thing on the this project and solving so the federal government is collecting comments until February fourth and they're hoping to make a decision by this summer and each of these options I mean if they're gonna do nothing the time line as well which of just gonna do nothing but some of these other like building evaporation ponds building this new treatment facility those who take a bit longer and two would potentially take up the rest of twenty twenty trying to build those out if that's the option that gets chosen and and who were they asking is it the all the public all our listeners just people in your neighborhood I think you have a few stakeholders you have local residents who are obviously going to be impacted by whatever decision is chosen here but the Colorado River watershed because it supplies so many different water users throughout the southwest with water you have a lot of people interested in Arizona California even in the country of Mexico which receives water from the Colorado River they all of those users downstream don't want this salt ending up in the Colorado River because it makes their jobs harder so they're gonna be interested to grunion water reporter it K. U. N. C. radio in Greeley thank you for being with us the new year where to take a break and then we come back from engineering one water facility to geo engineering the planet.
Questions Raised Over Whether The Cannabis Industry Is Contributing To Air Pollution
"The legal cannabis industry has a big environmental footprint using lots of water and energy but researchers have another concern could the plant itself contributing to air pollution Colorado public radio's Michael Elizabeth Sachs has the story in Garden City right outside of Greeley there are three cannabis grower houses within a square mile one is smokey's Scott Brady operations manager says they try to be environmentally friendly re of an obligation to make sure that we are colletion no this isn't about the pot smoke this is about Turpin 's the organic compounds that make the cannabis plant smell while like pot brady opens up a big bag of but you can have the three D. smells and the earthy smells and the very spicy smell those strong smelling turbines are classified right as volatile organic compounds or VOC's lots of consumer products released VOC's like Acetone Nail Polish remover and many different plants produced pins not just cannabis think lavender. VOC's from cannabis are harmless until they combined with other gases to create ozone here in Colorado is ars air quality concerns go ozone is our largest pollutants of concern we are not meeting the national ambient air quality standards for ozone that's Bursa with the Colorado Department of Public Health and environment she says they're trying to figure out how cannabis might be contributing to ozone because the equation for the harmful gas is VOC he's plus sunlight plus combustion emissions like cars and unlike other VOC emitting plants cannabis is often grown in greenhouses in cities where there are are lots of cars we kinda need to step in and do a study and quantify how many pounds of VOC's are into our atmosphere per pound of marijuana grown some research has already finding this to be an issue but it turns out to be a tricky thing to study the Environmental Protection Agency can't research since marijuana is still federally illegal so states in academics are stepping in like William Sweaty in associate professor at North Carolina Chapel Hill he came to Colorado to team up with the National Center for atmospheric research in boulder he thought an illegal state his work would be in the clear but he found out he wasn't allowed to grow pot in the federally supported research laps he has improvised was collected from different strains of marijuana the types of gases that the plant was emitting really varied by the strain and the life cycle of the plant itself as a grew older matured the types of gases that it was releasing also changed with more than six hundred strains of cannabis in Colorado taste says there could be a wide range of how much turpin gas is emitted by these plants so he's working with Caitlin and the study for more precise look at marijuana have to fill the role with the federal government do in determining the basic science in developing the tools that are needed to make decisions to get more funding Viz wet might work with Canada whose press interest in his research now that the country has legalized marijuana for NPR news. I'm Michael Elizabeth Sacrifice in
Coloradans React To 'Red Flag' Law
"A gun loving rocker Ted Nugent is entertaining a crowd talking freedom politics and guns you know why you have too many all don't you I haven't been here in years it was weld county sheriff Steve greens who invited Nugent here the event is a fundraiser for the sheriff we're talking about the red flag well that's what we get all this notoriety for in the state Colorado's red flag bill officially called the extreme risk protection order bill is now law set to take effect in January it'll allow family members or law enforcement to get a court order forcing an individual to temporarily give up their guns if they appear to be a significant risk to themselves or others sheriff dreams believe Colorado's law is unconstitutional the long and short of it is this I'm not gonna confiscate someone's guns reams is talking about all of this partially because it's a political issue he's an elected official unlike police chiefs who are generally appointed well obviously it's my role as the police chief to make sure the department enforces the laws that are on the books this is mark Jones the head of the Greeley police department who says he's planning to enforce the law but also understand concerns around it on one hand Jones supports the second amendment on the other hand I also am a police chief in an error where mental health issues are probably at all time highs all across the country not just in Greeley or just in what county I do believe there are people in our society that have no business having guns many states have passed these laws in the aftermath of mass shootings but in practice they're often used in situations involving domestic violence and self harm fire arms are the mostly the way that people die from suicide and also the most common way that people die from suicide Kimberly Pratt works in suicide prevention in northern Colorado means restriction is important she says but taking away means isn't just gonna stop the feelings it's not gonna stop the reason why they want to die for this reason and others some organizations that work with people impacted by gun violence expressed uncertainty about how effective the new law might be one advocacy group mental health Colorado said in a statement that it believes that everyone should have access to the law and that saving lives should not be a partisan
Congressional delegation tours federal labs in Boulder in search of solutions to climate change
"Members of a special house committee on climate change are in boulder Colorado today from member station K. U. N. C. match bloom reports this is the first in a series of hearings being held across the country the house created the select committee on the climate crisis this year it's charged with delivering federal policy recommendations to reduce carbon pollution and slowing the rise of average global temperatures his first field hearing will feature two panels the first is Colorado governor and former congressman shared poll as the second will include local officials in the C. E. O. and a hydraulic fracturing company earlier this year Colorado set itself a goal of cutting nearly all its greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty it's one of a growing number of states making similar pledges including California and New York the climate crisis committee will be taking input from around the country with the goal of publishing recommendations early next year for NPR news hi Matt bloom in Greeley
Colorado police say remains found of girl missing since 1984
"There is a a sad story out of Colorado though and it's a very very cold case in usually when we talk about these cold cases it's nice to have them solved this one is not solved but at least there is a certain amount of closure for a family this was a twelve year old girl from Colorado who went missing in nineteen eighty four thirty five years ago sure than forty seven today Jenelle Matthews is her name and she was last seen in a blue vest and a red shirt that she wore while performing in a Christmas concert with the Franklin middle school honor choir in Greeley Colorado this was December twentieth nineteen eighty four after the concert Janelle's friend and her friend's dad dropped her off about eight PM at the ranch style home where she lived with her dad Jim mom Gloria and sister Jennifer yep her parents were not home at the time that you now was dropped off at home but when they got home a couple of hours later they said that the front door was wide open and the Janelle had vanished her shoes were still in the house sitting beside a chair her stockings that the tides that she wore were thrown over the couch but she was gone no no arrests have ever been made in this case nineteen eighty four in you can imagine it's December twentieth it's just a few days before Christmas and your twelve year old daughter is missing taken from the home what is what it looks like and this was this was such an important case for that small community they even did a an anniversary of are they commemorated the anniversary of her disappearance just last December well Tuesday just a couple of days ago some oil field workers were digging a pipeline about a quarter mile west of where these roads come together one of the areas that she knew and they found a small hole that contained skull and bones and a severed jaw that had that had been fit with braces police who recovered the body from the scene confirmed the remains they were also found it with what looked like tattered blue and red close the very close to now was wearing when she was missing she also obviously had braces the really police sergeant says we are still chasing down leads in this thirty four year old murder case I'm sure that she had a sister I guess the sister now lives in Washington state her parents have retired they're living in Costa Rica Costa Rica I I I don't understand what you do with that information thirty four years after you've always he's presumed to be dead hi what is Ryan after thirty four years but still it says such a gram piece of closure my sister Jennifer remembered her as a strong independent opinionated twelve year old Jennifer was a junior in high school at the time and she was playing varsity basketball the night her sister disappeared so presumably the parents come home after the basketball game with their daughter to find their other daughter missing this is your says I'm grateful for this closure after thirty four years it does bring up some old wounds and some more questions maybe of what happened but we've received so much love and support already parents sad of course and grateful for all the work really police department has done this is okay this is the thing I I don't I was too young to kind of wrap my head around all of this but I remember from the bay area stories like Kevin Collins that name rings a bell but but there were stories about kids that would go missing and we would never see them again yeah it was it was very big in my childhood as well and and there this was about the time when we started seeing the pictures show up on milk cartons missing children became such an issue during the eighty is that president Ronald Reagan at the time addressed it yeah in fact he specifically referenced this case that we're talking about you know Matthews it was March of nineteen eighty five and he was asking newspaper editors to regularly published photos and articles about missing children so the police could better find leads about their whereabouts in this is a quote from the president at the time I learned about Janelle Matthews of Greeley Colorado who would have celebrated happy thirteenth birthday with her family just last month but five days before Christmas Janelle disappeared from her home letters like these touch as deeply and we've tried our best to help serve today I'd like to ask for your help he went on to say at one point that he hears about these things on a regular basis he has the president would hear about them and he said for the most part it's from letters from parents whose kids have gone missing and he says listen they cry out for help many through letters to me but a president can only do so
Simmering Victoria's Secret, Third Love Conflict Reignites
"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y DA L L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Tuesday may fourteenth as listeners to this podcast may already know the lingerie company third love has been in a heated war with Victoria secret for some time third. Love boasts that it makes bras sized for well, just about everyone. And it says it's the antecedents of sexy. Victoria secret, the rival companies have been openly hostile last November, Victoria secret marketing chief Ed rock stirred controversy, when he told vogue magazine that the seven billion dollar company had no plans to cater to larger sized women. And that transgender models had no place in Victoria secret's annual runway show, and he jabbed at third love to saying. We're nobody's third love. We're there burst. Love we should note here that Razzaq later apologized for his remarks, however, rose comments angered third. CEO hijack in an open letter in the New York Times she wrote quoting here. We're done with pretending certain sizes don't exist or aren't important enough to serve and please stop insisting that inclusivity is a trend that simmering war just reignited women's wear daily reports that Victoria's Secret owner L brands has trademarked the phrase, I love for its personal care products body washes lotions that sort of thing the US patent and trademark office. However has so far denied the company's application to apply the phrase to launch array and other clothing, citing a small clothing companies existing trademark on the phrase, the new I love trademark is an obvious shot across third loves bow. It's also a sign that L brands which despite its recent declines is still a mammoth company is concerned about the San Francisco startup third. Love earned an estimated one hundred sixty million dollars in revenues twenty. Eighteen now that's miniscule compared to Victoria's Secret. More telling however is third loves valuation by investors of seven hundred fifty million dollars and the appointment to the third love board of investor. Lori Greeley who just happens to be Victoria's secrets former CEO L brands may consider its decision to trademarked the phrases shrewd. But some observers say otherwise in a blog post on the feminist site Jez Abell rider Hazel sills took a dig at the company saying that in its quest to remain relevant. Victoria secret is trying a new strategy extreme pettiness. Well, one thing is for sure whether the I love trademark works to boost the brand sales or not it's been worth a boatload of publicity for third love. From wondering this business wars daily. We luck falling on the ongoing rivalry between companies. So what do you tell us out of quick survey? One dot com slash survey. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.
Michael Flynn asks judge to let him avoid prison
"Unclear. The salient was on a police watchlist flagged as Patel. Essentially radicalized Strasbourg came to the European Union's parliament remained on down overnight and residents have been warned to stay vigilant. France's interior ministry says police had attempted and failed to arrest. The gunman earlier on Tuesday for an attempted murder. And that this may have triggered the attack for NPR news. I miss me Nicholson in Berlin. You're listening to NPR news. There's been a moderate earthquake in Tennessee this morning. The US Geological Survey says the tremors magnitude was four point four, and it was centered in eastern, Tennessee. It could be felt in Atlanta. The first quake was followed. A few minutes later by three point three magnitude aftershock, the final version of Congress's farm. Bill is out and it legalizes industrial hemp harvest public media's Esther honing explains that will bring stability to farmers and states that are already growing the crop thirty nine states already allow for the cultivation of hemp, and there's currently more than twenty five thousand acres devoted to the crop. In the US federal legalization is a boon for producers of CBD oil, which is derived from hemp and used from additional purposes, Kristen Kuna gross hemp in Colorado and says federal legalization gives her and her husband the confidence to invest in their farm. We just feel a little bit safer that we are going into a legitimate business. And there is going gonna be room to grow and to do what we've always been wanting to do the farm Bill would allow each state to oversee local hemp cultivation for NPR news. I'm Esther Hoenig in Greeley, Colorado. A Canadian court has granted bail to Chinese business executive mung Joe of ten million dollars. She and her company while we technologies are suspected of selling equipment to Iran in violation of US sanctions American. Authorities would like to have her extradited to the US separately an international think tank reports one of its officials a former Canadian diplomat has been detained in China. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include L, D, entertainment and roadside attractions with Banus back starring Julia Roberts as a mother whose son unexpectedly returns home Christmas. Also with Lucas hedges. Now in select theaters expands December fourteenth. Steve Inskeep is going to speak with Trump supporter. Chris Buskirk Buskirk runs. The conservative publication American greatness. And the conversation will be about President Trump possibly being linked to a film of campaign finance violations that story just ahead on morning edition also had an Alabama policeman. As you may know recently killed a young black man is he ran away from shooting in a mall. The was legally armed but police figuring out who the quote, unquote, good guy is in chaotic situations can be difficult. A closer look is coming up on morning edition.
Bloomberg, President and United States discussed on Kevin and Bean
"It just don't know when it's going to blow up in Greeley about making money in the sense that many people think investment, I fear that we are starting a multi decade bear market in bonds. For more volatility in the markets. Probably maybe a healthy thing. Bloomberg surveillance. We've John and Pimm FOX on Bloomberg
Trump targets Nike as Kaepernick ads spark boycott calls
"Transported to a local hospital. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio funeral services set for tomorrow for a Windsor. Boy killed in a parade accident on Monday last night, the community came together for vigil for eight-year-old Bryson's being a mother myself and filling so heartbroken for this family and for our community. Organizer Glenda mills says Bryson's memorial will be held Friday at generations church in Greeley. Those attending are asked to wear. Broncos attire an underage suspect due
Audi Flatiron, Audi and Carlos Henderson discussed on Joe Pags
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Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend told police she believed home invasion could have been setup
"In a joint hearing by two house committees fbi agent peter struck was asked to read some of the text he wrote against then candidate now president trump what the f happened to our country lease oversight committee chairman trey goudy of south carolina says strucks message shows a strong political bias against the president trump even talked about impeachment the day special counsel was appointed that is prejudging guilt it is prejudging punishment and it is text book by the agent insists the texts had no impact on his doing his job these texts represent personal beliefs just like those that you'd find on my personal phone with these texts do not represent is any act any suggestion of an act any consideration that we need to do this or not do this struck was dropped from special counsel robert muller's team investigating russian meddling in the election after the texts were made public the justice department renews its investigation into the nineteen fiftyfive killing a fourteen year old emmett till and rule mississippi timothy tyson who wrote the twenty seventeen book the blood of emmett till since a bureau wanted everything he had as the investigated the killing contact me the spring of seventeen materials soon thereafter subpoena justice department and shared israel's southern christian leadership conference president and ceo charles steel junior expresses hope that the truth about other civil rights cold cases will also come to light president trump after demanding nato members increase their defense spending at least two percent of their gross domestic product accusing germany of being totally controlled by russia has done an about face claiming the alliance is stronger than ever nato now is really a fine tuned machine people are paying money that they never paid before this is ap radio news up to fifteen people were taken to hospitals this afternoon after a bus carrying thirty five high school students hit a truck and rolled over on a rural road about thirty miles north west of denver state police say the crash happened this afternoon as the bus was returning the students to the greeley area after a visit to an amusement park in denver state patrol says some of the injuries are serious police in atlanta suburb were called to a home owned by buffalo bill's running back lesean mccoy after his former girlfriend delicias coordin reported being attacked by an intruder early tuesday morning nato now my jewelry on my breaks down he just kept asking for jewelry okay that's unbelievable by boyfriend does anyone does anyone need medical attention you said you were hitting the head do you need medical okay mccoy has been trying to evade coordin since their breakup last year the two of also been.