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"The doses properly to all the paperwork scheduled. The shots monitor people afterwards with Not exposing anyone to the virus. We've been working on on their plans for few weeks now, but never. We actually have the vaccine here. Is this really coming? Fashionably really expected it to be ready for it. As with many rural hospitals, Mount Graham got the Madonna vaccine. It's more manageable because it doesn't require ultra cold storage and comes in smaller batches in Texas. John Henderson says Rural hospitals were overlooked in the first round of Fizer vaccines, even though some had invested in specialized freezers is frustrating that you would go to that effort and expense and not be able to participate. Anderson is president of the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals and says Many of them are now getting the maternal vaccines. It'll get done, but it's AH, It's a Herculean effort that will be required of these communities and hospitals and clinics, but a hospital. Having the vaccine is no guarantee it will get used. A third of the people that are in line said No, I'm not interested. That's Tracy Warner, whose CEO of Greene County Medical Center in Central Iowa. Each file has multiple doses and once opened, they have a shelf life, which means Warner has to be sure there aren't leftovers. We want to maximize what we have and get to a point where there is waste because that we haven't been able to identify people and in smaller hospitals, the dozy needs to be staggered carefully. An immune response could sideline a nurse or doctor for a day, and they don't have staff to spare. Samaritan Health Care and Moses Lake Washington Set up a drive thru to vaccinated staff like Jennifer Avery, physiologist. I'm good with needles. Okay, 123. Every works with patients who are very vulnerable to cove it. I just had to go with my heart and that's science at its best, and the world moved mountains to get the right people working on the vaccine. I have to protect my patients, so that's why I decided to do it. Her hospital was lucky enough to get the Fizer vaccine in the first week Samaritans in charge of getting the vaccine to its workers and anyone who qualifies in three large, sparsely populated counties. We have been really hard hit in Central Washington with this second toe wave. That's Jan Sternberg, chief nursing officer for Samaritan. Here, just as it is. Nationally, the death rate from Cove. It is higher than in the urban centers that just contributes to the weariness that everybody's feeling, and we want to make sure that we Can get this new vaccine out to people. Samaritan plans to take the vaccine on the road, packing it with dry ice to make sure it reaches anyone in the outlying areas who can't come there. Dr. Andrea Carter, the chief medical officer, was the first person to get the shot here. We think it sends a very strong message. The medical community is willing to get the vaccine and wants everybody to get the vaccine and she says they are determined to get that done. For NPR News. I'm Will Stone and that story comes from NPR's partnership with Kaiser Health News. When Major League Baseball announced this month that it was eliminating affiliations with dozens of minor league teams. Those communities were stunned in cities big and small. These teams are as much a cultural identity as they are a fun and inexpensive family outing. Dave Mystics of West Virginia Public Broadcasting takes a look at one team left stranded by the MLB reorganization. On most summer nights, Rod Blackstone can be found behind home plate at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, West Virginia, riling up the crowd and tossing pieces of toast into the stands after the opposing team's batter,.
Swiss Gruyere Named Best in World Cheese Competition
"However the world champion she's is gore mean only gruyere AOP from Barron Switzerland not a single cheese goes to waste when those World Championship cheese competitions come to a close cheeses from all over the world are sent in by the time but what sample that the contest only scratches the surface lot of its donated a string cheese it's never opened because they spend way too much so that goes to second harvest food pantry executive director of the Wisconsin cheese makers association down on paper tells me they end up donating over seven thousand pounds as for others on Greene County there's some great cheese stores and they love to buy the stinky cheeses and up north they tend to want to buy the chatters in the Jack Tony Badenoch W. T.
"greene county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Will have a look at traffic and weather together at eleven OO three house speaker Nancy Pelosi this morning recommended moving forward with articles of impeachment against president trump saying he violated the constitution and abused his power hello he took issue with the reporter question as she was leaving the room asking if she hated president trump the exchange prompted her to return to the microphone to say she feels the president is a coward on certain issues and is in denial about others but she said she doesn't hate anyone here's CBS news correspondent Nancy cordis that was a tense moment that led her to actually make an about face and head back to the podium to answer the question not just for the benefit of that reporter she was speaking to but for the entire room enough and the entire country the sheriff of Greene County Missouri sued the state auditor's office to find out who blew the whistle on possible misuse of public resources related to attacks ballot issue a judge dismissed that lawsuit an alternative call Galloway says the ruling upholds her office is duty to protect the identity of whistle blowers who report government waste fraud and abuse audit work in Greene County began this summer and a mains under way Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt is supporting a high school's head football coach who led his team in prayer this comes after the freedom from religion foundation complain to the superintendent of Cameron are one schools it claims head coach Jeff Wallace led quote religious chapel services the before and after the games in his letter to the destruction it says the coaches did not violate the establishment clause clause of the first amendment he says the coach is never forced players to participate in those prayer sessions the US justice department says it has indicted a thirty two year old Russian man for his alleged role related to the blue got malware computer hacking and bank fraud scheme a second Russian man also indicted assistant Attorney General Brian bench kowski says the long running now where help steal millions got was designed to automate the th that aft of confidential personal information and financial information such as online banking credentials from infected computers the men are charged in a ten count indictment filed in federal court in Pittsburgh the woman who was shot and wounded by a live do police officer in April is taking legal action actually hall is filing a federal lawsuit claiming that officer Julia crews used unjustified and excessive force when she shot her at the Chinooks grocery store ledoux all suffered injuries to her liver spleen diaphragm longs ribs and kidney and was in cardiac arrest for two minutes at the hospital crews resigned from the police department after being charged with second degree assault in that incident from the Jefferson bank and trust business desk time magazine has come out with its list of the world's coolest places for twenty nineteen and one of them is in Saint Louis city it's city museum which time calls the ultimate jungle gym taking a look at the role at.
Missouri, Walmart And Entra Ching-Kuo discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Prosecutors filed a the terrorist threat charge against the twenty year old man who said he walked into a missouri store wearing body armor and carrying a loaded rifle and a handgun to test whether walmart would honor his constitutional right to bear arms the incident just days after twenty. Two people were killed during an attack at another walmart in el paso caused panic at the springfield missouri store dimitri tree. Entra ching-kuo walked through filming himself with his cell phone on thursday afternoon. No shots were fired and cento was arrested after he was stopped by an armed off off duty firefighter at the store greene county prosecuting attorney. Dan patterson said in a statement missouri protects the right of people to open carry a firearm but that does not allow an individual doc to act in a reckless and criminal manner endangering other citizens. If convicted of the felony charge of making a terrorist threat in the second degree is punishable by four years in prison and a fine of up to ten thousand dollars
"greene county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It's separate every county in the entire state of Indiana. Does it differently each other on protocol, and it's dont triggered by the national weather service, which the national weather service, are the are the folks that actually issue the tornado warnings for those particular counties? A lot of time he'll go hand in hand. But sometimes I go down there isn't a tornado warning. If there's been a spotter trained weather spotter that, that seems something and called the emergency manager and said, hey, here's a funnel cloud giddy to defend the sirens, so a protocol. So it's kinda hard answer because different protocols different county, Marcus Bailey of wish TV joining us. So Marcus, I think the last time I heard it was a confirmed nine different tornadoes at a touchdown. That's still the number. One that we had been Richmond. I believe that was an era that they just can on the different weather service offices culture. Cincinnati that jurisdiction did some damage to the LOL out there. And they actually said there's a couple of injury outta that one. I think reminder, but yeah, the nine and that likely will still slow IDO that the weather sort of meteorologist at Indy were still supposed to go to follow county in believe in handcock county. They're going to survey damage thought on that. The weather is not walk rating with them right now with some of the storms that better moving through the southern part of the state that may get put on hold. I know there was some pretty decent damage in Columbus, and then they're going to survey some damage over in Hancock county. The new also today we all saw the video, but obviously, the rush Downey tornado that was rated in the app to south of rush Bill. They check that out earlier this afternoon. Would you say we, you say, e two zero that's, that's how big or little the tornadoes are what was the biggest tornado that the case. Through here yesterday to I think been a couple of f- to rain looking at the seat right now the Greene county tornado via to. And so that goes for strength zero is the weakest EFI would be the strongest tornado and basically eight on wind speeds. So e up to you're getting that one hundred thirty mile per hour range, a lot of them that have been coming in or e era, one that sixty five to eighty five eighty six to one ten respectively, in terms of wincing e has been the historic hist one that, that has been in our area to put into effect of back here to beat scrolled that was right. An e one and you know how much damage that one hundred mile per hour, winds that considered a quote unquote trucker tornado and obviously, it's still cause. Time, devastation down there, Marcus bay wish TV a one of the meteorologist's joining us. So Marcus for those places that have had some damage. Maybe some are out somewhere. What are we looking at here for the rest of the week because it feels like rain is in the forecast every single day. I mean you can go outside and feel it right? And you can on the store, you can smell it smell. When it's going to, like downpour right to have that feeling very tropical. And unfortunately were stuck in a very active pattern or talking up. A lot of moisture from the Gulf to, we've got all this moisture humidity, and then I down dri that just camps over the state and until that move which may not happen for the next week. You're going to have daily rain chances and not only that anything the force because there just so much moisture in the air any storm that forms of has the potential to dump bucket of water. Just mentioned this someplace is, especially in the southern soda the Bloomington, and he more Bedford in Columbus Aldering between six and seven plus inches of rainfall, just and Saturday morning and the put that in perspective Dougherty of lot on the wettest month of the year may is typically the wettest love fear, that we have by issue, six inches of rainfall, and we picked that type of number in about forty eight hours or less. And that's just that's too much water. And so that's going to be the ongoing problem now for the next several days is it's butting. We'll take much just two to three and a lot of these areas. And that's what I wanted to touch on next here. The forecast for today, obviously rain chance of thunderstorms Tuesday, a fifty percent chance of rain Wednesday rain Thursday rain Saturday, Sunday, Monday rain rain, rain, if the forecasts are correct, and a little bit of rain or maybe a lot of rainfall. On all of those days. How bad is the flooding situation shaping up to be? Well, I mean you can only take on so much. I mean, the ground everywhere and not as the southern area. And I know I focused on that I mean even around the metro area. We were covering kind of three to five inches. That's a lot of rain in forty eight hours. In these storms are a little different in the sense that they're not it across the state at, like forty or fifty miles an hour. They four. And they. Then they jump in dumped the water over one location over and over and over and over again, that's gonna lead to flash flooding, and we saw that with many flooded, roads, not even not even just in southern Indiana. But here in the city coming in to cover severe weather on Saturday. With one of both stressful drives into downtown. I think I've ever had because how blinding rain wa he was like a hurricane type of rain. Now, it was I was driving from downtown back to Boone county yesterday about six o'clock or so in the rain never let up and didn't drive on the interstate and it seems like a drain in harder than it is, could you go faster? Now about eighty six hundred was raining just as hard and one more question for you. Let you let you go. Barcus Bailey wish TV eight here on the hammer Nigel show. What, what is the protocol for meteorologist? I mean you worked earlier that morning. The storms were that night to you. Do you have a radar at your house to keep tabs on it or you communicating Ashley Brown? What kind? Is the procedure for you to get called back into work technology? Great because.
"greene county" Discussed on WTVN
"W T, V N, a beaver creek has mandatory evacuation in places this morning and Greene county looks like the commissioners are gonna meet this morning to declare countywide emergency tornadoes hit the area last evening extensive damage in beaver creek. So we're keeping update on all of that, a lot of activity this morning. National weather service of first responders, people just cleaning up their own properties. We're seeing that maybe more in the Dayton area than other places, but we understand there's definitely devastation and damage south of circle Bill, this morning, asking him counties Roseville, also. And when you just kind of piece together where the warning lines go. It's easy to see that the strongest of the cells that rumbled through the state yesterday, definitely the same cell. Dell's hit Dayton skirted west Washington courthouse just to the north and then got down into the circle Bill area before it, finally dissipated, the series of warnings across the state we started at about eleven fifteen last night. Last one went out of affected about two fifteen so late night event for sure as we roll, and Scott's got more on that, as we roll the just ended Memorial Day weekend traditional start of some right? A new survey this morning from discover finds that more Americans are going to be traveling for summer vacation this year. Seventy one percent plan to do. So that's up from fifty eight percent just last year. After ten days out. John wick chapter three para bellum the highest grossing film in the series para bellum already snagged one hundred eighty one million dollars globally. It surpass chapters two's, take of one hundred seventy one and a half weekend winner, by the way, no surprise Aladdin notch. The most President Trump ended his four day state visit to Japan with stops on American and Japanese ships took place earlier today by that was still Memorial Day in the US, the President Trump praised the crew of the American assault, ship USS, wasp that was docked in Japan. He says daring and mighty warriors of the Pacific which them a Memorial Day that they won't forget earlier Trump visited a Japanese destroyer nearby with prime minister Shinzo Ave during his visit to Japan, the president and discussed issues, including trade, North.
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"Five at gilpin is closed because of icy could reopen this weekend flood warnings extended until after three thirty this afternoon for parts of Washington Westmoreland, Fayette and Greene counties with high winds this morning. Westbound power has about three thousand customers off line university boulevard in moon is closed in both directions between route fifty one and Robert Morris university, this is because of a landslide traffic being detoured Katie Kate radios. Kathy Berggren has all the traffic coming up in a couple of minutes. A different kind of water problem for customers of the Pittsburgh. Water and sewer authority. This is a fourteen percent rate hike was granted by the state PUC Thursday could go into effect by the end of the month. The extra twenty one million dollars a year. We'll go toward replacing old pipes in the city. The hike will at about nine dollars a month to a water and sewer Bill. That already averages about sixty four dollars a month. Acting attorney general Whitaker says the it says he has not interfered in any way in these special counsel Russia investigation, but he has refused to tell a house committee hearing this morning if he and President Trump of talked about the probe as I said earlier today. My opening remarks. I do not intend today to talk about my private conversations with the president United States judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler of New York lit into Whitaker for not recusing himself from the Muller probe, especially after criticizing the investigation before he became acting attorney general Amazon CEO and owner of the Washington Post. Jeff Bezos, says the publisher of the National Enquirer told him, it would publish more of his text messages and photos if Pezo's didn't stop is investigating how the tabloid obtained his private exchanges with a mistress in a blog post on medium dot com. Bezos, says he went public because he wasn't gonna he says participate in their well known practice of blackmail, political favors political attacks and corruption Enquirer says it acted lawfully British actor Albert Finney has died after a brief illness. He was eighty two CBS. Jim taylor. Looks back at his life. Albert Finney got rave reviews early on..
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"In mourning Newman. California's vigil there to honor murdered police officer every day that he came to work, whatever shift. It was. I was there. Made my day better. I do not know how I am going to go back to work without him there in custody, the suspected killer your CBS's Steve Futterman, the arrest came two days after the Kilbane police track down Gustavo Perez area at a home in Bakersfield around two hundred miles south of where the killing occurred. They had been conducting surveillance at the home Arielle, surrendered without incident. Authorities believe Arriaga was trying to get back to his native country Mexico. He was in the US illegally at least five arrests made two of government shutdown who's not getting paid you CBS's. Paula reed. Washington remains deadlocked. Three hundred eighty thousand workers have been told to stay home without pay four hundred and twenty thousand others, including TSA screeners members of the coast guard in border patrol officers must work without pay. John Martin was furloughed from his New Hampshire job as an engineering technician for the fed. Aviation Administration is a federal work. He feels sometimes like you're you're hostage to this. Furloughed workers are expected to get one more paycheck at the border cures to Nielsen CBS's. James Brown reports the president's homeland security secretary visited the Texas border city where an eight year old Guatemalan boy was detained with his father died on Christmas Eve to Nielsen visited border patrol facilities in El Paso, she checks in on facilities in Yuma. Arizona officials now say an autopsy performed on fully pay Gomez Alonzo shows the boy had the flu was the second child to die this month in border patrol custody. Rain and snow and a lot of CBS Mark Strauss. Wintry. Mix has been marching across the west and upper planes all week dumping snow up north flipping a tank truck on icy roads and drenching the south one of the hardest hit Hattiesburg Mississippi and nearby. Greene county this wet muddy. This bad. Pastor Devon mcelwain says four feet of water flooded, his Baptist church the smaller that's not bolted down. Or floated in tables are turned over chairs turned over among the celebrities on Britain's New Year's honours list. Twiggy very major for me to be on it in that way on the very proud. Brit. I love our country. I think it's the best. I.
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"There in custody, the suspected killer. Here's CBS's Steve the arrest came two days after the killing police track down Gustavo Perez Arriaga at home in Bakersfield around two hundred miles south of where the killing occurred. They had been conducting surveillance at the home Arielle, surrendered without incident. Authorities believe Arriaga was trying to get back to his native country Mexico. He was in the US illegally at least five arrests made week two of government shutdown who's not getting paid you CBS's. Paula reed. Washington remains deadlocked. Three hundred eighty thousand workers have been told to stay home without pay four hundred and twenty thousand others, including TSA screeners members at the coast guard and border patrol officers. Must work without pay. John Martin was furloughed from his New Hampshire job as an engineering technician for the fed. Aviation Administration federal work. He feels sometimes like, you're your this. Furloughed workers are expected to get one more paycheck at the border cures to Nielsen CBS's James Brown reports the president's homeland security secretary visited the Texas border city where an eight year old Guatemalan boy was detained with his father died on Christmas Eve cures to Nielsen visited border patrol facilities in El Paso, she checks in on facilities in Yuma. Arizona officials now say an autopsy performed on fully pay Gomez Alonzo shows the boy had the flu he was the second child to die this month in border patrol custody. Rain and snow and a lot of CBS Mark Strauss. A wintry mix has been marching across the west and upper planes all week dumping snow up north flipping a tank truck on icy roads and drenching the south one of the hardest hit Hattiesburg Mississippi and nearby. Greene county this wet muddy this bad. Pastor devon. Wayne says four feet of water flooded, his Baptist church the smaller that's not bolted down or floated in tables are turned over chairs turnover. Among the celebrities on Britain's New Year's honours list. Twiggy very major for me to be on it in that way on the very proud. Brit. I love our country. I think it's the best..
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"Trash be in place for units with a number of apartments in them. That is upset some members of the common council. The two thousand nineteen financial blueprint for the city is nearly one hundred seventy seven million dollars. And once again, the budget relies on twelve and a half million dollars in special state aid to keep it in the black a new bridge in Greene county. And the first cars rolled across the new span this morning the bridge carrying route twenty three over the scary creek is expected to be fully opened later this year as part of a thirteen million dollar project. One lane is now open with alternating one way. Traffic control by flag and signals the old Pratt's Ville bridge was heavily damaged by tropical storm. Irene at the end of August, two thousand eleven stay DOT says quote, a non explosive demolition of the old bridge is expected to begin shortly and will be completed by the end of the year. A national Quinnipiac university poll out today shows more Americans now pose Brett Kavanagh getting confirmed in the US. Supreme court survey found forty eight percent of Americans think Brett cavenaugh should not be confirmed by forty two percent think he should that's a wider gap of opposition compared to a poll taken before last week's testimony from cavenaugh and the woman accusing him of sex assault. Quinnipiac university poll released before last week's Senate hearing showed Americans oppose the nominee by only one percent. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is taking other swing a Democrats over the nomination of Brett cavenaugh opening. The Senate today McConnell said Democrats will not be satisfied, regardless of what a up FBI investigation. Reveals. He argued that Democrats are very adept at quote, moving the goalposts the FBI looking out of sexual assault, which Cavanaugh has rejected with November's midterm elections looming McConnell hopes to get cabinet confirmed as soon as possible and Allentown Pennsylvania continues to feel the effects of a deadly car explosion that killed at least three people over the weekend shelters been set up for anyone who's been displaced by the destruction. WGN news time five oh four. Let's get the latest on Wall Street and the Bloomberg market minute. This Bloomberg market minute on WGN. Wise is presented by Boucher financial group for CFP's one CPA. This is expertise you can trust. Stocks started the week with a mixed session. The Dow Jones industrials gained one hundred ninety three points or three quarters of a percent closing at twenty six thousand. Six fifty one the NASDAQ closed nine points lower loss of a tenth of a percent. The S and P five hundred rose ten points or four tenths percent equity strategist, Joe Carey hall at Merrill, Lynch's upbeat about US stocks. The US still looks like an strength relative to the rest of the world even know valuations have gotten more extended, but US earnings are still strong fundamentals are still strong. Carey hall says her preferences for large cap stocks shares of General Electric rallied after the conglomerate named a new chief executive John Flannery was ousted after just over a year in the CEO's post. Larry Culpepper is the new CEO effective immediately called one praise on Wall Street for overseeing a turnaround at Danaher corporation from the Bloomberg newsroom..
"greene county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"He is, is my strongest, ally and cheerleader and has been for forty years. Next week, we'll have been married. He spent Labor Day writing to five communities throughout Greene county on his full doing his his thing as he does. He normally writes about twenty miles a day, but on Labor Day, he hit almost a hundred writing with my campaign size on the back of his bike and just up and down the trail in and out of all these communities and waving and talking to people and having a great time because that's what he does. We all serve the community in whatever way we can best. And and that's what works for him have even got me on when it comes to parade time because there's a lot of community parades on the fourth of July. We were in four parades together on a candle bike when I got to let him do most of the work, and I got to sit on the back seat and just, you know, waving smile and talk to people, which was fun. You version of the. Vertebral car. Yes, yes. And so we picked up on that and I'm working in tandem with the community for a better Greene county. So there's our slogan and our our image is the tandem bike and the bicycle, and it's it's fun. Oh, that's great. I love that. And that's such a unique. I don't think I've ever seen anyone biking around with campaign signs so that has to get some attention. We're hoping so then that's that's the thing. And I said, getting the name out in neighboring ignition. Even if it's something is as you know, out of the ordinary as a bicycle, if it's gonna stick in, we'll find we've, we've met people in the store or and other events, and they say, oh, you're the ones who were on the bike. So it's having an impact, which is cool. Let's fantastic. There other things that you would like to make sure that we talk about largely because this position is administrative mean it's not legislative. It's not policy making. I can't say I'm gonna go out and you know change a lot of things. That that really need to be done. Maybe in criminal Justice reform. The campaign is giving me the platform in the opportunity to talk about issues in Greene county. Again, people aren't necessarily aware of the counties in the process of building a new jail, and I've been monitoring and founding this process since that started, and I'm making a really concerted effort to let the people in the county. No, that is happening. I'm looking at a forty to fifty million dollar expenditure, and we need to make sure that we're building smarter, not just a bigger facility. That's something that's really important. Ohio has a criminal Justice reform initiative on the ballot in November as well issue one. And I've been focusing on that a lot. It's going to help a lot of different ways reform, some of the criminal Justice system that desperately needs a tension to allow people. We all we all hear about the opioid epidemic. Unfortunately, southwest Ohio's been hit particularly hard with that, and this is something that will make sure that funds more. Wreckage towards getting people treatment in systems rather than just locking people put need assistance within the diction issue because it affects not only the the user, but the families as well. And then we as catch fares picking up the Bill for so much of that. So those issues that other issues that I'm able to bring out to the public all I'm doing my campaigning listeners would like to help out your campaign in some way. What are some ways that they could help locally? We can always use people who want to maybe make some phone calls. We're in a process. Now it's after Labor Day and campaign signs starting to spring up everywhere. Love to put a sign in somebody's front yard..
"greene county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"I get the services, they need right away to get their lives back on track before situations became chronic. And so here's the question. I'm sure you get a lot. What does a clerk of courts do with what is this role in? I guess the other thing I want to sort of tease out is what makes this elected position? Why is this something that we want to make sure that we're choosing as electorate? I'm gonna answer those two questions in reverse if I can because it's a that. The second one is really a good question. Why on earth is this and elected position? And I have no idea, and I don't think it really don't think it should be. Evolve positions in the local government to court should be nonpartisan, which means it should not be an elected position, but it is. So we're stuck with it and the the clerk of courts in Greene county. I can't answer for other communities because everyone's a little different, but in green county, it's administrative officer that oversees not only the criminal court, but the civil the probate, which is states in wills and that kind of thing. The family court which handles marriage, divorce, child support, adoptions juvenile court, and the title bureau for your cars and boats motorcycles, and that kind of thing. It does all of the, it's it's officially it is the keeper of the record all documents that are filed with the court for any reason goes to the clerk's office and they maintain your fischel copies. Anytime the case goes to appeals, they have to bring all of the documents together and transmit those like chain of custody and criminal. Case, it's a chain from the clerk's office to the appeals court so that the appeals court then has the official record to be able to make their rulings on. So it's a lot of paperwork and you like paperwork. I take it not the paperwork, maybe so much, but the process itself, I worked in the courts long enough that I understand how all those things happen from the time that that a warrant is issued in a suspect is arrested or a case, a simple cases filed at intake and Joe deserve signed. There are certain steps that have to be followed their legal proceedings that have to happen within a certain timeframe. In a criminal case, there's a speedy trial. It has to be maintained. There are notices that have to be sent for hearings in for rulings on the court from the judge's office on court matters. All of those have to happen in certain timeframe, and I'm a detail oriented person as much as the paperwork. The paperwork is just the record of all of those details. And that's, that's something that I'm very familiar with. Done so much working over the years and and I like seeing all the pieces come together and make things happen in the right order. There improvements that you think could be made to the current system? The biggest thing that I'm looking at in the current system is the accessibility of the public. The court by its very nature is an intimidating atmosphere. And when someone walks in the door, whether they're in the court voluntarily or not civil or criminal, they need to know that that the court is is there for them that it's going to be fair that it's going to be festival..
"greene county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Our county airport, which cringely houses only private planes and jets, and although I'm four aviation, we are in aviation area here if it went for more people and serve more people, that's one thing, but it is not injuring that time. They've closed something that have hurt some of our area families. And so I'm for looking at a a budget that serves more people. You mentioned that all elected officials in the county are men right out. What are the sorts of things that you think it. Would be important to have representation by women? Are there specific issues within the county that you feel are problematic? Obviously, I'm all for representation, but I'm wondering if there are particular ways in the county that this has been problematic. I mean, I do, and I think that women approach things in a different manner in soft ings. Different manner were more apt to talk things through and instead of reacting to some things, and in this county, render litigation even from her own county elected officials against our commissioners. So that is problematic. And I think that a perspective from the woman might have steered that mortar mediation in coming to an agreement versus having to go to litigation which taxpayers have to pay for it by the way. Yes. Hugh also have been part of a military family. Your husband was in the military. I assume there are a lot of military families in Greene county. Are there particular things that you think that they their needs are maybe not being met or or ways that you would like to help military families? Yeah, we are. We're by one of the largest air for spaces. It isn't the largest, but we are one of the largest airport faces. That's how I got into a military family. 'cause I married a man that was military and I'm from this area..
"greene county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Can seventy four dot com. They can reach me that way. They can send me emails. They can read about my endorsements and about my platform. And as questions they can also give me a contribution if they would love to, and I would happily accept. I also am on Twitter it at ends in the house and on Facebook at an Gorman can oh, h seventy four. All right, excellent. Will put those links up on our website as well. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for talking with me. I am so excited about the Ohio house races that are going on this year. Clearly, Ohio needs some some improvement in the house of representatives. Sure. And. So many incredible people in especially so many incredible women running this year. Yeah. The ones that I've met are doing a fabulous job and we're all working really, really hard. That's greets will thank you so much and it will be watching your race to November. Thank you so much, Kelly predate it. I'm here in this segment with Susan Lopez who is running for county Commissioner of green county, Ohio. Hi Susan. Hi. How are you? I'm great. Thanks so much for joining me for. Thank you for biting me. Could we start by talking a little bit about your background in why you decided to run for county Commissioner? My background, I have worked for the county or about nine years, and I have a bachelors and social sciences. I'm currently a director of non profit in the county and active on county organizations and committees and that sort of thing. I was named actually this year, one of the top twenty five women to watch in the Miami valley. So I'm really excited about that. It's a great, great honor because they're amazing, twenty four other women. And I decided to run for Greene county commission because I was complaining. I'll be honest with you and my house. And my kids growing up. I had this wooden sign and it says, thou shalt not wine, and there's two sides to that because it worked when the kids were younger. But as I got older, they would point out the sign to me, right, and I would have to be held accountable. So I was complaining a lot about little things in the county, and I thought, well, you know it and I would have told the kids this, you know, if you have any way to change that in your complaining, then you then you need to step forward and do something about it, and I thought, okay, so I have got to step forward and run for this office and that's what spearheaded me into it. Partly. So I had other people ask me if I had considered it and which was strange because I had and those two things together, kind of like push me forward to to go ahead and take the leap greets. And so what is the the position of county Commissioner? What does that look like in Greene county county commissioners overall? It's like a three member board of. Of people who are a lotta times considered the administrative arm of the state also local level. And because they process what the state mandates for counties to do, and they're the thorny over that narrow county. They're like the taxing and appropriating people for the county to see where expenditures to included in the court system. And you said this is a three member board, and so there's only one of those positions up this year. There are an amazingly there are like sixteen elected officials in Greene county, and all sixteen elected officials in our county are happen to be men, which is like a frightening thought, isn't it? Women are not represented. Yes, that is frightening. So what are the kinds of things that you would like to do in this position? What are the issues that are really important to you and what are the things you'd really like to see the commission doing? One of the things is that we have a jail that I even went and talked to somebody outside of our county to get a biased opinion of our jail because we've had a couple of capes and people were saying that was run down. It was held up by pillars and the underneath or something like that. You know that I was hearing rumors like that. So I went to an unbiased attorney and she said, you're kinda gel is inhumane, and it has been that way for a long time..
"greene county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"So between trade agreements like NAFTA or automation, globalization, there's all these outside forces, and I just think that the people of Dayton often number one, we always feel like we're the red headed stepchild to the three CS Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati through. Fourth largest city, and we're just kinda the afterthought. But also I think like they just feel like then ignored and forgotten and what I find when I'm out talking to people, whether it's one on one or in a group is a basic human level, they just wanna be heard and just want to be seen. And a lot of times they'll tell me what what their issue is. And when I say, how can I help they just like, oh, I don't really want you to fix anything for me. It just wants you to acknowledge that I've got these issues and that's where the competent is really deficient. He is not talking to the people this district in sixteen years. He's never held an in hound home meeting, and so you know, we're, we're actually going to hold our first one on September fifteenth. Plus I've, I've signed a town hall pledge. So once I'm elected, I promised to hold one town hall quarter within the district, but people just they just want to be heard and they wanna be seen. They wanna be paid attention to and then went decent jobs with decent wage. And they wanna be able to afford their healthcare and they wanna roof over their head. And I mean, it's just the basic fundamentals of life. People want human dignity and they went decent work. Anyone decent pay for it. And right now they just they don't see anybody helping them students else that you would like to make sure that we talked about. I feel like this is an amazing time to be running for office this I honestly think, and I'm not prone to being melodramatic or hyperbolic or whatever word I'm looking for. But I really think this is one of the most critical elections of our lifetime. I mean, if we don't take back the house, I can't imagine another two years with Trump running around basically without adult supervision. And it terrifies me that if we don't take back now as Democrats or if we don't somehow wrestle control back and have one functioning branch of government that he's gonna take it as a mandate. And if he hasn't gone off the rails already, he's going to so. Off, there will be no bringing back on track and that really, really scares me. I feel like our democracy is truly under attack right now, but there's so many good people that are stepping up and I really cannot stress enough to people to pay attention into vote all the way up and down the ballot. I mean, the judges matter at the local level as much as they do supreme court level, then the the clerk of courts. I mean, there's I've look at the people, especially mcdumber in Greene county, which is most of my district. There are so many good people running and most of them are first time not all of them, but they're all bound by a love for the community, a love for their their county, their state, their their country, but mostly love democracy. And especially in our case in the camera county, I tell everybody to vote for everyone on the democratic ticket, not because of Democrats, but because I've gotten to know each and every one of them and I know how much they care and I just don't think he can go wrong when you somebody that. Really cares if I listen, I would like to help out your campaign. How can they do that? Gaspar for congress dot com. It's choosing George s. p. e. r. there's a little handy dandy blue donate button in the right hand side of great and magic happens..
State of emergency declared ahead of Charlottesville anniversary
"Virginia declaring a state of emergency ahead of several political rallies planned in. Charlottesville that's Charlottesville this weekend the first anniversary. Of the white supremacist alright rally marked by the death of a counter protester organizers of. That rally planning similar protests near the White House. On Sunday governor Ralph Northam. Says the emergency declaration helps authorities prepare for possible outbursts of violence in Charlottesville and the. DC metro area
"greene county" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Thanks for inviting me into your home long haul truck rv camper taxi your parents well appointed raccoon your loft that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods rosemary ellen dial is standing by he's got a brand new book called haunted hills and hollows what's lurking in greene county pennsylvania rosemary ellen lee welcome back to the conspiracy show how are you hi well busy as ever richard and even though i'm thrilled to be sharing my birthday today with conspiracy show folks by hayden and never a dull day in my life i'm constantly working and as you can imagine i have all kinds of projects in the pipeline well first of all happy birthday a very happy birthday i hope you had a good one it was a wonderful day and yes i actually did relax a little bit good for you good for you so what is the genesis of of hunted hills and hollows how did this come about focusing hyper focusing on on greene county pennsylvania there's enough going on in this one county to fill an entire volume that's remarkable there really is and the book was the result of years of investigations and even though it's a small geographic area it really is a bellwether for weird to nominate that goes on everywhere it's just very concentrated in this part of pennsylvania pennsylvania is very active state it's one of the top ten and bigfoot sightings and encounters and has a lot of ufo activity a lot of haunting it's got a lot of abandoned mines that contribute to haunting and greene county is is no exception well this all started for me in two thousand ten and my co author kevin paul who is a lifelong resident of greene county hurts me on the radio and he sent me an email and he said hey you ought to come down here we got a lot of stuff going on well i get emails like that all the time from all over and of course i can't simply go everywhere and you know sometimes places might have a little bit but that would be it but there was something about his email that just resonated with me and i thought i've got to check this out so i arranged to go to pennsylvania i was living in connecticut at the time still am and i did some investigations with kevin and some research and i was just blown away by the territory the terrain the history the activity nothing had ever been written about it before and kevin being a lifelong resident he he knows where all the bodies are buried literally and figuratively and so we started this this research project and the result is a book that has become a bestseller which is very unusual for regional book it's a good read stories are creepy and we hit bestseller in three categories on amazon and kindle it's been a real rip right right and i'm really pleased because i think the the stories are just fascinating well just just listened to the chapter titles i mean how could you resist the lobster alien and other strange beings massacres blood soaked ground mounds and disturbed burials strange activity activity near lapping farm black blobs and mold things freaky franklin township the ghost of frank brian mystery people in black people crazy haunting weird warrior trail is is is there one a township in particular within greene county that that has more more of its share of paranormal goings on or is it distributed evenly throughout the county i would say it's distributed pretty evenly it's just that we hear more about things in the more populated areas like franklin county and of course wayne's berg which is the county seat there's a lot in greene county which in butts up against west virginia and so that's where the hills and hollows come in there are a lot of very remote areas they're sparsely populated people have lived there for generations and have experienced things that over the passage of time with some of them it becomes almost accepted a part of the backdrop of life oh oh yeah we ufo activity all the time you know that sort of thing or every now and then we we see certain krypton and so a lot of it was going around to some of these more remote areas and and digging out the stories and we into reviewed a lot of people we did original field work kevin did an amazing amount of historical research because that figures into it to the energy of the land i think is a lot of.
"greene county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"News talk eleven thirty w i s n mark belling late afternoon show against very strong weather moving through the area right now there's some real strong weather in western dane county in fact as a tornado warning this but issued for portions of dan greene county and we might have more severe weather advisories as this stuff continues to move toward the east and all the way in toward the greater milwaukee area this is all been forecast that it's the front edge of a worm front that's going to be more mirren by thursday but there is a line of these severe storms that are rolling through take it back what led a strong storms rolling through we have only the one severe weather advisory and that's the one that's outside of our media listening area but with obviously within range of bart station quickly on the brewers ps i didn't mention guess who's coming back with king going under the do guy who had credibly interesting and weird year last year could not hit a worth elec except for all the home runs credibly fast at a great fielder ken braxton is going to be back with the brewers played center field for much of the year last year unbelievably inconsistent at the plate but showed a lot of power but had these droughts go a month without hitting it all in that impacted his career plus the free agent signings of the trades the brewers veta the offseason they've been packed in the outfield and there was no place for him now what with all the injuries that they have sustained there's a place back for braxton with the birds and he's been called up so he should be here for at least a week and a half one thing i wanna correct apparently i said that the brewers are playing pittsburgh actually no it's kansas city but paul assures me i said pittsburgh and apparently nine million people call up to nag paulin said cow that more on its kansas city is kansas city kansas city is an example of a team that was on the same program that the brewers rod they were willing to be terrible for quite a few years went to the bottom and made a number of trades including creating zach ranki several years ago built up their farm system you'll recall that the.
"greene county" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The flood warning has been extended for the north raccoon river effecting dallas and greene counties a flood warning continues for the cedar river also the divine river including the west and east forks and the raccoon river that affleck effects blackhawk emmett humboldt casseus palo alto pocahontas polka and webster counties flood watch continues for the iowa river from belmont to douse that's until friday morning the army corps is releasing sixteen thousand cubic feet of water per second from sailor ville lake into the des moines river or trying to get rid of the war as fast as we can and and as much as we physically can also still follow the water regulation plan ops manager geoff rows of sailor lake speaking with who channel thirteen he says they're keeping an eye on the river's water level as they control that release after the heavy rain moved out of des moines police and fire crews were scrambling as a number of motorists got stranded in their cars with the water rising and some homeowners as well is underwater about to check fifty two eleven southwest fourteenth ever silver city and occupied by trying to get our fourteen the homeowner they're called their basement is putting at the single story home and they're unable to get out basements flooding this morning monday afternoon the webster county communication center got a call about a man and then in the des moines river the caller indicated they'd been told by family members who were along the river they saw what they believed to be a man floating down the river witnesses described him as a white man wearing a bright yellow shirt and khaki pants or shorts the communication center contacted casseus and humboldt counties they had no reports of a missing person and the fort dodge fire department deployed their boat they searched the area but found nothing unusual the list of counties under disaster declaration continues to grow sue danielson has more zastava proclamations are out for five more counties hancock humble plymouth sioux and winnebago if all been added to the list due to severe storms and flooding the governor's office previously issued disaster declarations for mckee brimmer sarah gordo chickasaw clay dickinson emmett floyd hamilton howard casseus lion o'brien osceola palo alto scottsdale and when is she counties i'm su danielson our top national story following the trump administration scaleback on enforcing the euro tolerance policy on illegal immigrants the first group of migrant parents separated from their children have been released now they're working to be reunited with their children ruben garcia the director of an ncaa shin house has sanctuary for migrants and refugees along the border is attempting to help the families who are being released after they were withdrawn these parents were then transferred into the custody of border patrol in there substations and they'd begun the process that is required for them to be released the released parents have been tagged with tracking bracelets which allow them to travel anywhere in the us while awaiting deportation hearings southern iowa authorities say a driver's struck and killed a nine year old boy walking sunday night near drake's ville about twenty miles south of someo they say the driver then left the child merlin beechy of drake's ville died at the scene his brother nathan beach was injured and flown to to mercy hospital in des moines we have more on the story at who radio dot.
Trump halts plan for new sanctions against Russia
"By menards our top local story two of the three teens charged with setting one of the historic bridges of madison county on fire got probation monday eighteenyearold joel davis pleaded guilty to second degree arson for his role in the fire in april of last year that destroyed the cedar bridge he told the court he was sorry for what he did important this bridge was to people madison county both emotionally physically great grandfather and great grandmother church the bridges mass county dearly nineteenyearold livia bergman was also given a suspended sentence eighteen year old alex off of west will be sentenced later this month iowans were awakened at one eight team this morning when emergency alert tones blasted from cell phones and weather radios to youngsters had been obstructed by noncustodial parent in northeastern iowa the two and four year olds were believed to be with their father who was who the iowa department of public safety said might be armed and dangerous the amber alert was canceled after about two hours as the clinton county sheriff's department reported the boys were found no word on any arrests our top national story there are reports the president is hitting the brakes on plans to impose new sanctions on russia the washington post reports president trump is uncomfortable moving in on of moving on new sanctions right at this time america's you embassador nikki haley said sunday new sanctions would be imposed soon will these sanctions are a follow up to the us led airstrikes in syria residents of jefferson are beginning to clean up after strong wind caused a lot of damage there the two million dollar range that is greene county emergency manager dennis moreland he's tells whol radio news about a dozen structures were damaged or destroyed the damage was caused by seventy mile per hour straight line wind monday afternoon walkon police responded to a shooting at a residence there a man was taken to walk on veteran's hospital memorial hospital where he was pronounced dead an autopsy will be conducted the.
"greene county" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Go off on a tangent for a moment and that's you are also involved with use wisconsin united to amend what impact assuming we can we can get that passed how that might affect the flow of money into politics and elections wisconsin united amend co chair of the greene county effort along with woman by the name of genetic kelty and united minute again is a nationwide organization wisconsin united to amend has several hundred members are our focus is on getting a constitutional amendment that says that corporations are not people and money is in fact not free speech the citizens united decision of two thousand ten was just maybe the last and the whole series most recent of in a whole series of of supreme court decisions that gave person hood to corporations and allowed them to since they rougher run roughshod over democracy so what what is happening right now in the dairy industry and in the factory farming industry in industrial agriculture in general is a natural outgrowth of money in politics so the dairy business association.