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"greene county" Discussed on THE JOE IZZO SHOW

THE JOE IZZO SHOW

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"greene county" Discussed on THE JOE IZZO SHOW

"So let me tell you a little story. The nassau county legislature passed a proposed local law that if signed by the county executive would have enabled first responders law enforcement officers and correctional officers to sue individuals for harassment or injury during the protests. The local law was submitted to nassau county executive for approval. So i attended a meeting of the greene county public safety committee to inform them of the nassau county local law and i email a copy of nassau county propose local law to all the members. The greene county legislature. I asked that the issue be discussed at the next public safety committee. I attended the next meeting of the public. Safety committee and the issue was not on the public safety committees agenda. I subsequently learned that the county attorney rented an opinion that they're matter not be debated nor dopp. The county attorney's opinion noted his concern of legal authority for fines or to create tort law. The county attorney also noted that the coun- nassau county executive decided with legal guidance obtained from the new york state attorney. General's office asserting the law raises first amendment issues concerning residents rights to freedom speech in protests to veto the bill so it was Neither debate nor dopp issue concerning the discussion of the local law. The county attorney's written issues certainly could have been said in an open meeting so could have been the nassau county executive decision to veto the law. We're never gonna find out the legislature that is the greene county. Legislature is not going to take up discussion of the local. So fold session on the matter though you may agree or disagree with it is not going to happen. So how does one arrive at. The truth of the matter is it. Unconstitutional will influence administrative. Manuals will will not be in the best interest of greene county. Law enforcement first responders and correction officers could the green county legislature correct or modify the local law. We're never going to know because the legislature will not discuss the issue in one. Legislators email to me it was inferred at action was political. well what is the county legislature by its nature. It is political political is not a nasty word a legislative political view or public political view all could lead to good public policy..

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"greene county" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"greene county" Discussed on KCRW

"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,.

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"greene county" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"greene county" Discussed on The big d zone

"But then there's going to be way too much St. Everybody that's living in big country. Already know that SD is a curse word here at the country. Because I, don't allow and freedom is freedom of choice here, becky country. You choose to wear a mask. You don't have to wear masks here. We don't force you. The where men will force you to wear saw to social distancing. You take care of you I. Take Care of me and we don't let nobody tell us what to do. Right now the governor has time to tell us what to do. How to behave. How touted this? How do that how to do this? I mean. That our freedoms left to right you all day long all day long. But anyway. Before I get to. My. for get to talk to about my Ravens trump directions what the heck is going to do what the cat is gone on a springfield in Greene County. Every day. And in one day they like one hundred thirty three kaethe. Every other thing that's all indicate. Cases always a few cases all. Every thing. Every single day. I got so tired of this tired of this every Thomas, turnaround. Because all this and I'm glad I only lived to the snip. Is The news 'cause? I think this is may get me sick. I'm already filled. I A little bit today.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And joining me in studio today I've got a bunch of gas boy we're gonna have such a great show today on today's program contains John Perry John is up with the Greene County fertilizer company he's been a guest of our **** before right here on the program and John are you with us I'm here thanks for having me glad god I'm glad you can hear a signature you that you're wide awake and ready to go this morning we also have a I Allen Hey Allen that he's a lawn care now you might have seen them on YouTube videos right yeah that's right good morning glad to be here thank you I'm glad to have you with us this morning Alan and of course a mica Janice sees our operations manager over ABC pest control he's joining us here this morning as well morning Marc are you I am doing absolutely fantastic beautiful day out there today we want to start talking about lawns and of course ornamental plants and what better way to start it off to talk about what the heck is this new product that I hear John Perry with Greene County fertilizer has it it's some new new new wave sweeping the market out there and it's call it it's called a Greene County fertilizer now the main components that I believe they are in your products and only talk for your products here is humic acid fulvic acid and seek help but you know a lot of people probably don't have any idea what humic acid is could could you maybe you explain what humic acid is in and you where it comes from and and why we want to use it absolutely I would love to do that so yes humic acid the main component of everything that I do in in every part of life that we put out in there if they can actually be sourced from a multitude of location but I I think the breaking it down what we do is probably best we produce our humic acid in our plant in Greensboro Georgia and that that source material is a product called Lynyrd eight shale which we actually bring out of high elevation in Mexico with that your Mexico Cuba well and that calms originally from old forest land we're talking prehistoric millions or billions of years old but existing compacted into sort of a precursor to coal it's not quite to the level of work could be used as coal so it is a lignin based material now that we actually bring in ship that beer truckloads to Georgia and then we process it and liquefy it there rather than do like a powder that comes into play it actually have to be reacted it tanks and and we create a solution out of this unit gap so comes as a liquid run to the end user that is correct and there's a few different reasons why we do that as well what we're looking at you make after that the material that originally what we sort is between seventy eight eighty two percent you make at the contest but it is already packed down into a state where it's rendered basically useless because it's so bound up tightly so we have to react to it basically in like an alkaline baths to flush the act that way and create a solution to where they're free again what's interesting about this and why I push this as something there's a multitude of reasons but this is what is really important are spoiled especially in our lawns yeah because of the over use a continual personalization just continual use on that we don't really have a significant amount organic matter to carry us through the process of life just growing and and dying and the well especially here in Florida right John in Florida we we have the sand so if we if we scrape the top inch of topsoil away what what we would call topsoil away we were looking at beach front property correct that's right so yes and there this will aid in a process that sort of been taken away because plants as they decayed create humus and obviously humic acid that that comes from the term humus and that basically is soil organic matter so so it all kind of plays and want to work but we're putting something back in that would normally go in the play without all those extra care you know when we're when we're taking care of our landscape than the glass of things sometimes so the the humic acid itself is something that is anytime that we can put anything organic back into our soil we're improving that soil therefore we're building that soil and that's full structure back up that's correct yes in in one of the great things about you make after that and those chains if that works to connect different pieces mineral it works to connect and microbial activity works for water efficiency as far as carbon just being in the soil and greater routing capacity just by creating more space it kind of works as a conduit to a multitude of soil action and again that's why it's important for us to make sure that we have it in every single product that we put out just so it can continue to make the plants and the fertilizer work better together well see that's when one of my questions that I wanted to ask is now I know that you've got to humic acid out and work how does that actually affect our turf grass so when we put that liquid spray over the top of the turf grass how does a huge humic acid what does what happens as we go down into the soil are there does it make the roads stronger how does it affect the actual turf or ornamental plants a worry you applying this product to it's a great question yet so it actually does is sort of split itself in a way if there's a certain fraction of the humic acid a liquid where which is helpful to gas lighter molecule and that can actually be absorbed by the tissue that you make it a little bit heavier and larger so it's it's not really going to get absorbed by the lead to she would have to work its way down into the soil so as you water or rainfall or anything else like a course that's like microscopic Copic carbon chain down into the ground and that's what's going to do all the work for you down there I see so the more humic acid that we could actually apply not only to the foliage of our plants but having that going down into the ground that that's helping our plants being able to take up the new more nutrients as well from the ground itself absolutely one thing that we've looked at over and over and I was trying to figure out what the actual threshold can and should be because and I I think Alan could probably speak a little bit well whenever there's a problem in the lawn one of the best solutions is to paint it black with you back just just paint it black and it seems like it can pretty much flush most troubled out of lawns well you do a lot of work with a lot of John's products here from Greene County fertilizer have you have you ever done this painted black things all the time yeah we do it especially if I have disease issues and you know this this year we've had a lot of issues with leaf spot in our Tony brown patch things like that whenever I see a disease spot sure I'm I'm still using some fungicides selectively when I need to but I go and paint the spots black with humic acid and it seems that what that just allows is for you know I've seen Augustine grass or runs was stolen more stolen they're able to push back in a lot quicker and the dead material kind of just seems to go away and now the the phrase painted black is probably a little deceiving what X. actually are you doing well I think there's a song called paint it black is not really related to that but basically what we're doing is the humic product the human twelve that we have it's dark brown in color yes and so when you mix it in solution it still remains dark brown some people paint that spot black in other words just hose it down just spraying grown at that one yeah and and that's probably good for other areas in the grass two that you're having problems with correct it is pretty it's good everywhere all around but I use it as a almost a spot treat on the kind of guy that I'm out there you know every few days looking at the lawn I was want to do something I always feel like I want to have an input it's just my nature and so humic acid is one of those inputs I can use around the garden around the lawn all the time one thing I was gonna say to John that you might want to maybe help with is a lot of times when I'm talking to folks like when I got to sod farms and I'll say Hey would you guys think about humic acid that all we've been using him against it for years that's nothing new to us but in our homeowner market it does seem to be newer and and it the one of the words that scares people is the word acid so can you explain John what it it's human gas it but it's not this threatening thing now it is a it is a very weak acid on its own totally safe yeah it's it's it's been nine but one of the beauties of it is just that it is such a loose Bob it's not heavy acted like a cop the gap a bit back the liquid like we haven't actually an alkaline solution it just broke the acid the way from those sort of tighter carbon chains and flushed it up into the liquid so it you know it can be if there's more to the alkaline side but it is a state material out in the soil it does have the ability to do week after chelation which would be making some minor elements mostly metallic elements more available to the plants as well well that's the key I think John is making making the elements that are in the ground already available to the actual plant itself whether that be your ornamental plants or whether it be the roots from your turf grass because generally speaking right now we have nothing in the ground and offer those plans to attach to outside of St sold by adding these products back into the ground like you're you're referring to work we're giving we're building the soil to allow the soil to do what it's supposed to do for our plants exactly yeah and that that's really the thing is we we have the ability to make sands function at a a higher pace basically to one or two sort of being increased its catatonic exchange which you would normally get that through the building of that organic matter and getting B. if carbon blocks in place so that they can actually just be a greater exchange between the soil up coal Lloyd on the roof so it's you know it it's fascinating to watch and and really see it and play it people continue to use the products what happens there landscape is far stresses diseases we have less need for your watering things like that it's it's pretty cool to watch Hey John I've only got about thirty seconds left in this segment but I want to come back and talk a little bit about full thick acid and what full the gases to because that's the second ingredient that you really put a lot into this this new Greene County fertilizer makes me go out over that in just a moment.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Do we got John Perry with Greene County fertilizer Alan Hanlon Kerr not Mike Janice he's our operations manager over there ABC pest control right before we went to break I was I talking to John Perry about we'd cover in lawns and why is it why it's good to have we'd cover in lines especially when you have bare areas yeah okay so this this kind of goes back to a lot of like the old farming techniques and and people would start to look and see what we've we're growing to tell them what nutrition needed to go out into the field and that's where I think that people really need to pay attention to what's happening I mean there's certain very very obvious one day in the state of Florida very very obvious like you know people see dollar we turned off a lot that that is it a lot and it's either because there's so much rain happening but typically you've got poorly drained area where moisture is sticking around too much grows well in the shade in the low lying areas because that is an aquatic plant that has been adapted to land and that is the main indication that has nothing to do with nutrients it has to do with your soil is either not draining our water in those areas too heavy you don't have to kill that we need but you have to kill the water right right you have to look at it now we're doing something different we're not using a chemical to take over so you know to kill something that is unsightly we actually just adjust okay this area my lan is Lois drainage output by the sprinklers running at the same time maybe I need to back to stop you back at all they just go away because they no longer have an environment in which to grow so again the tiger you get your turf the more nutrition you know that that help you get your soil the less chance you have of those things popping up and saying Hey I can live here because you've given me you know that environment that's perfect but I'm perfectly adapted for you know something else about weeds is that when we could when we eliminate we'd cover on a lawn let's say okay we got all these weeds and we go out there we live in a tweet cover what does the sun due to the soil works at and that's even worse because your lawn can reach reach if there's anything that roots don't like it is he and when you're trying to get thing Augustine to creep across a spot in your lan that is getting baked down with sun good luck I honestly one of the things that you can do which is it's kind of interesting and if you really want to get down into that that's pretty fun small amount to stay quiet you can actually lay that down over a bald spot in your lan there they'll get enough sunlight going through there but it'll cool enough to where you're staying Augustine will creep back across it well that's interesting a bit of a break so all you're doing is alleviating some heat and and you know think about I think about a trampoline and people who have these things are out of a lot of grass grows thick and dense under those things because it's getting enough sun but it's staying cool right right I think that the thing if you're trying to build something and you can cover it you know put a couple bricks around it let things go and make sure it stayed moist and it'll fill in super super quickly so you know rap doesn't like heat the same way we don't like you do you know if you go out the lay on our parking lot you know you know to be very comfortable very and you know you sit there you put a thermometer on outstanding bare spots in the lawn you're gonna get readings above a hundred when the sun's on it where if you go just slightly into the grass you could get a reading of in the seventies just the moisture in the shade changes that much and that's that's really what's important that you know what I saw a lot of my clients John is that a lot of times that they want they have these barriers in their grass and they want to they want to go out and they want to purchase logs from the local garden center and plug those areas I think that's fine go ahead and do that but if they don't know the cold for St Augustine that they might have in there I tell here is your best bet go to the area that shady where you're always trying to fight the grass from growing that's where your flower beds and if you got about a foot area out for your flower beds making nice wine wrong your flower beds take that grass up and put it in you're using the same grass that you have versus going to the garden center and maybe you've got floor tam you by Seville upon battle or some other grass that's going to grow at a different height it's going to grow at a different color it's going to grow completely different than what you've got and then when you went when it does fill in your your grass looks all this high low growing all the time it never looks quite right so but if you're using a part of your existing grass again that area that grows into your flower beds that's where my wife always has me working you know that's that's your perfect plug area to restore certain areas within your yard make your own class I think a lot of people you know a lot of folks wrote that live here are from up north where the grass types are really different you can't do that they're used to seed everything seed seed seed seed say down here we literally can mean that's what St Augustine grass is it's it's transplants it doesn't even have seeds so has he because I mean that you can't get seed for it but it's all about transplants moving sprigs moving pieces from there to here it's it's I call it surgery it's in its advantage we have with Saint Augustine grass enjoys and Bermuda these are advantages we have with these grasses that they will spread by rhizomes were stolen and we should use that oh absolutely you know so so beneficial for us where we can grow that out but you know I I like this Jake laughing that's a great idea that is a good idea I just pick it down right just take it down and I don't love that allow that to go ahead and Saint Augustine to fill in you know something when you have a lot of weeds in the in the lawn at but you allow your Saint Augustine grass to continue to grow through those are is a Saint Augustine still grow through where the areas of of the weeds are at some point you should be able to go in there with a herbicide and maybe kill off that area right and then use a lemonade the weight but you already got your Saint Augustine going through there yeah that's what I love about Saint Augustine it it I again I say it's alpha male it chokes out it will move I've had some you guys have seen this where it will crawl over bushes and down and around resting all through the middle of stop signs it's different it will grow everywhere as long as you give it the opportunity thank you know honestly I love you know I'm on my YouTube channel and I do a little work in my own little yard it's not a big fifteen hundred square feet with that the only grab the happier because I live on needs more grass I'm in the middle of I work with everybody else's grab I don't need more myself but the fun part about it is you know I've learned on the liquid program nothing but I've come down to nothing as far as nitrogen level and I loved that show the natural landscape around my property how many weeds there are how many grasses I was just a stuff everywhere and there's not a single one in my grass and I have not used the herbicide well do it I just let it be what it is because I'm working on that soil aspect first and and the roots are so deep and there's just so much mass in that soil there is not space for a week ago so I I loved that show that and I I will put a camera right down the lineup where the grass stops and the native soil starts and it's just loaded with every week you can imagine on one side and nothing in the Turks and I never use a pre emergent I don't do any of that stuff all I do is focus on the nutrition standpoint and that's what's keeping everything out grasses stick no we well balanced we're going to go we've got one more segment with you guys I've got to take a break but we come back a long talk a little bit about soul testing if we can and I think it's going to be out of an eye opener for a lot of people first all testing so stand by everybody John and put you back on hold for just a moment of course you're listening to Florida guarding right here on news radio W. 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John Perry Alan Hanlon Kerr Mike Janice operations manager Greene County ABC
"greene county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"greene county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You use to browse podcasts reporter corona virus update on Christopher Cruz Congress is reportedly getting close to agreement on a one point eight trillion dollar economic stimulus bill that would get money into the hands of many Americans congressional leaders have been working over the weekend they expect to get a bill approved early this week the average direct deposit or check for a family of four will be approximately three thousand dollars you can think of is a bridge for them to get through this quickly treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin on fox news Sunday FEMA chief Peter Gaynor this morning said the federal government is trying to respond to the concerns of governors and mayors that their hospitals may soon run out of supplies supplies that governors are looking for the same supplies that every other country in the world is looking for so this is a a global problem it's a national problem and again working hard every day here to meet those demands gainer speaking on ABC's this week I'm Christopher crew and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room NJ dot com reports the New Jersey state lawmaker said last night he has tested positive for the corona virus the first elected state official in the garden state to make that announcement state assemblyman Clinton Calabrese is a thirty four year old Bergen county Democrat said he learned the results after taking a drive thru swab test at the Bergen new bridge Medical Center in Paramus on March seventeenth New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has announced the state now has at least thirteen hundred twenty seven known coronavirus cases including sixteen deaths the state also unveiled a new website devoted to its response to the pandemic covert nineteen dot NJ dot gov as we've been reporting a stimulus package that could total two trillion dollars is making its way through Congress here's Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Americans have already been laid off due to this crisis of made it clear they need help and they need it now even with the massive stimulus many economists say the US is entering a recession but summer hinting that things could be even worse more from Bloomberg is Denise Pellegrini as business activity Holtz and layoffs search some prominent economists are drawing comparisons to the Great Depression former White House chief economist Glenn Hubbard and Kevin Hassett and former fed vice chairman Alan blinder among them former IMF chief Maury Obst filled says the world hasn't seen a synchronized disruption in economic output like this in decades bank of America in Oxford economics say US GDP will likely shrink at an annualized rate of twelve percent this quarter J. P. Morgan chase is fourteen percent Goldman is forecasting a twenty four percent drop Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is.

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Swiss Gruyere Named Best in World Cheese Competition

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To call my friend the gels feeding garden supply they're located ninety five thirteen north Nebraska Avenue in Tampa led shells knowledgeable and friendly staff help you get your fall garden growing just right stop by or call shells today at eight one three nine three two nine seven seven five that's eight one three nine three two nine seven seven five you'll be glad you did hi friends Marco van here with Florida gardening I'd like to take a minute to talk to you about the Greene County fertilizer company my company ABC has been using their products for over six years and we have been able to reduce our nitrogen usage by seventy five percent my customers are happy because our lawns implants look great without all the growth spurt produced I granulocyte Alliser Greene County products build the soul naturally which help to establish stronger route add a deeper color plus liquid applications are easier to apply than granular products and you can use them for both the lawn and ornamental programs you are running if you're a professional applicator you need to find out more about Greene County products that are revolutionizing our industry just log onto Greene County for dot com homeowners can also purchase these professional products and do it yourself by logging on to Greene County for dot com slash D. I. Y. that's G. R. E. E. N. E. county for dot com slash D. I. Y. your.

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Greene County fertilizer can do for you Greene County fertilizer offers a natural alternative to synthetic fertilizers by combining humic acid full the casket and seek help to feed the soil naturally plus they can naturally Belcher souls PH reduce stress is caused by hard PM soiled increase soil microbial activity and can add up to an inch of topsoil poor year per year still on board residents in even municipalities seeking to reduce their nitrogen usage need to think all companies using Greene County fertilizers natural products check out Greene County bio based products by logging on to Greene County first dot com that's G. R. E. E. N. E. county first dot com Pasco news radio WFLA ninety nine point one FM the storm is coming the economic and financial storm is the top story everywhere David Graham the experts agree I'm capital advisors are guiding me through these two multis Financial Times and I highly recommend you call them today and make sure your retirement years will be what you've worked all your life for and that your retirement plan is secure the number is eight hundred eight oh eight five oh oh nine you can go to Graham capital advisors dot com take a look at the experience in their credentials and then make an appointment David is a certified estate planner he and his team work for you not like many financial advisors working for banks insurance companies in stock brokerages have David and his team review your plan and the consultation is free I trust David Graham advisers to guide me and you will too eight hundred eight oh eight five. five oh oh nine don't go it alone and hope your retirement will be what you dream job Graham capital advisors AT Graham capital advisors dot com a small business owners spectrum business has just launched a new offer just for you their lowest price ever for a limited time they're offering blazing fast internet with speeds starting at a hundred megabits per second and reliable phone all for sixty four dollars ninety eight cents a month that means that spectrum business has the fastest starting speed for the price so it's the perfect time to make the switch and you know with spectrum business they're no added phone taxes or hidden.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hi friends Marco van here with Florida gardening I'd like to take a minute to talk to you about the Greene County fertilizer company my company ABC has been using their products for over six years and we have been able to reduce our nitrogen usage by seventy five percent my customers are happy because our lawns implants look great without all the growth spurt produced by granular fertilizer Greene County products build the soul naturally which help to establish stronger route add a deeper color plus liquid applications are easier to apply than granular products and you can use them for both the lawn and ornamental programs you are running if you're a professional applicator you need to find out more about Greene County products that are revolutionizing our industry just log onto Greene County for dot com homeowners can also purchase these professional products and do it yourself by logging on to Greene County for dot com slash D. I. Y. that's G. R. E. E. N. E. county for dot com slash D. I. Y. Pasco news radio WFLA ninety nine point one FM since nineteen eighty five baby she best control is seen the damage and heartache the termites of because homeowners in central Florida dry wood in subterranean termites can cause severe damage to homes and businesses no matter how old the structure is in each type of termite requires a different type of treatment call maybe she best control today they have your home treated or at least inspected for both dry wood in subterranean termites ABC also specializes in local nope can't spot treatment for dry wood termites in the general have to leave your home only the term I'd have to go call maybe she best control to set up an appointment to have one of our specialist inspect your home for terabyte your provide treatment for your home if termites are found remember even if your home has been treated in the past if you have not kept up the yearly inspections your home could be teeming with these destructive batch call ABC best drill today toll free at eight seven seven eight eight eight past that number again is eight seven seven eight eight best or check us out online at ABC dash press control dot com that's a B. C. dash press control dot com.

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Missouri, Walmart And Entra Ching-Kuo discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Three three seven eight that the Greene County for hot line you can get all of that there there are plenty of sales rep who can help you can get a hold of me that way it brings into our office in Georgia and will get you to who you need to talk to but we build programs for professional and you know that it's a fun part of the business we love doing it I know I want to add one thing that marks that I think is really important and and play devil's advocate here for a second sure if there's any listeners out there who you know Hey look the red tide or or what we're seeing out there isn't caused by fertilizers okay it's caused by natural your current thing that it's true it's always happened it is what it is and but if you believe the fertilizers have nothing to do with it you can continue to believe that you're going to say if there is already a fire we don't want to throw gas all right so it is important to manage what we're doing anyway okay whether it's the roof of the car or it's exacerbating because it doesn't make a difference okay so we need to be considering that that if there's already a problem without the blooms we don't want to contribute anything else it'll make it worse right doesn't mean they're gonna go away okay nature is nature and nature does thing but we don't want to give more fuel to that fire and that's why this is important it's it's it's it's amazing that a lot of the and and I hate to say this cash the municipality that tell you to skip the fertilizer you guys you've all seen the trucks out there every time I see that I sell my gosh there's just tons skip it today but put on twice as much nectar right now what are you what are you helping how about cutting back yeah right now and I'm gonna throw one other thing out there this is what I think another thing is if you don't feed if you take away your plants will send out the plate then out more soil is exposed if more soil is exposed more things wash through it les routes to take up what you put down well think about that you know what I don't miss John you know is there a certain time the year as we come into this we come out of the blackout periods and we go into fertilizer you get the guys they're on their trucks internet start our customers and they're out there and they're just they're pushing that heavy duty spreader through the lawn and you can just see him strain in the push that fertilizer spreader through the lawn in about the about fifteen days later that grass and the neighbor's grass is just growing like crazy I mean is just as thick as can be and it's just it's it's up six eight inches and the long drive combined this couple down two inches one of the worst you know yet our grass is still just as green next door but you that get their huge growth spurt and the waste of all that all that energy and you're just pounding that fertilizer down when they could just maintain that nice even green all year round not be fighting at the lawn guys are gonna love you that much more if you're pushing your own fertilizer are if you're pushing your own lawn more through your grass you know what I'm talking about you don't want to do that through freshly for gradually fertilized lawn and why cut the stuff off that you're trying to push up I mean my gosh if you your fight yourself your fight yourself right okay I I got take a quick break jacking stand by you got it all right let me put you on hold at all I I'm the friend before I go Hey I got a mention you know my friends over DSL computers oh my gosh if you're having computer problems viruses or you can't connect to the internet or maybe something just won't print Fauria yeah that sounds like you would sound like me one time if it sounds like.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To can you hold on yeah hi thanks to hold on I'll be right back with you of course this is Florida gardening hi friends Marco van here with Florida gardening I'd like to take a minute to talk to you about the Greene County fertilizer company my company ABC has been using their products for over six years and we have been able to reduce our nitrogen usage by seventy five percent my customers are happy because our lawns implants look great without all the growth spurt produced by granular fertilizers Greene County products build the soul naturally which help to establish stronger route add a deeper color plus liquid applications are easier to apply than granular products and you can use them for both the lawn and ornamental programs you are running if you're a professional applicator you need to find out more about Greene County products that are revolutionizing our industry just log onto Greene County for dot com homeowners can also purchase these professional products and do it yourself by logging on to Greene County for dot com slash D. I. Y. that's G. R. E. E. N. E. county for dot com slash D. I. Y. monster jam triple threat is coming back to enable your Reno is twenty four Tampa Bay is giving you the chance to win a form of tickets from the station always drop newsradio WFLA since nineteen eighty five A. B. C. best control is seen the damage and heartache the termites of because homeowners in central Florida dry wood in subterranean termites can cause severe damage to homes and businesses no matter how the.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Twenty eighteen beginning of twenty eighteen and we do have them for sale on a couple of various online outlet and you can find them Greene County for dot com slash the I. why they need you want to get you but one store that you know you got bored of listening yard of mastery dot com our yard master three dot com yard mastery dock so you can get on there and in order stuff and and it's as simple as that that now we have a pretty large community that shows tutorial than the you know I have a YouTube channel long college he all you too where what I can to take people through and and show them what can be done with these products but we're talking it's simple as the hose end sprayer or eighty four to gauge and tank or you know what I have now because they have to apply products to their trees and shrubs everything else correct that's right and it really all it is is you know you fill up that thirty two S. jog and walk around and have a Cup of coffee or I might buy whatever time today it is and just just water the lawn basically you feed it every time you do wow very easy okay I just pulled up the yard mastery dot com I my computer everything is right there you people could order these in the two and a half gallon jugs that they can use at their home and they just you just read the label right it is is a fairly simple it's a symbol of that yeah they they are there's single gallon like four pack that we can do with different things you can pick and choose material that you're focusing on your on your plant your tree is your.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is a president and owner of the Greene County fertilizer a corporation and we're talking I Johnny there okay right before we went to break we were talking about that you were explaining about corn role planting and it you know it has implications for even our turf grass here but you're explaining how the roots go to the nitrogen and if you're putting down a granule what happened can you can you go a bit further into that yeah so what's pretty common is that you would see a root the root is being basically drawn over through through the communication of the soil you've got a route heading towards where the fruit is and that's just how it is no matter what that the matter what the food is on the plant is the route will track directly towards where the most acceptable easy to get food is because let's put it simply plantar lately sure that they're all day so in other words if your if your top feeding with a granule product the granule nitrogen product is just lays on top the ground your turf will more than likely send routes to the nitrogen because that's where it is right that's correct okay just trying to okay so that then and that is kind of what we get hi when people do the shallow water rings here where they water I water every fifteen minutes for fifteen minutes here I don't know our our one once every two hours for fifteen minutes all day long well as shallow watering a shallow roots and those routes will come to the water or you get those umbrella roots are coming right back to the top same as we get for nitrogen granule nature just put down those roots reach up instead of reaching down and John I I know how do we tell people about how plants are supposed to work it is was based on a sheet and you may not remember this but you showed me in one of your presentations that you gave you showed me different types of plants and you told me showed me the route structures of those plans and how far they actually going to the soil what do you remember that yeah I do absolutely do you remember which plant you showed us had this they had the least amount of roots period well that that you need grab this exactly right then why is that yeah you know maintenance is is the key that that's really why you know we we feed and low and we keep that plan under constant stress it's not allowed to just really grow and that's really all there is to it if the if the plant that is constantly under stress because of so much care so much love goes into it constantly stressed out well yes I can can you can you tell the my my my listeners that I'm average I mean if you're looking at turf grass maybe a couple inches down correct he would have to have some have to four inches is what you know people will see but the body of the the main bulk of your roots are in that first two and a half inches for most Turks brass they can be left and obviously it can be more but you were showing pictures on this graph because you had a lot of different plants although I remember there was a bunch of different types of plants and different types of grass is like Papa's grass and things like that in some of those have roots down to three feet up somewhere fifteen eighteen now yeah it is you got to people have to know that if you can get the roots down into the ground what a difference this makes absolutely you know roots roots make the topsoil your grass clippings create topsoil roots are intended to break and shed and stay in the soil they create pocket they create areas for microbial activity to live it it creates areas water to hang out and and be absorbed and eventually break down and turn into more organic matter and organic matter is the root of life absolutely Janick Sir are are so poor specially in our sandy soils and it and that you you mentioned something else earlier in our we're here that the further you go down into the ground the more compact the particles are in the ground so it's very very hard to get to now if you push up plants roots into that area it breaks up the compaction and then allows more routes to come down there and continue that process to push those roots deeper and deeper and when you're using products with with these these natural products that Greene County fertilizer has the you make after the full of gases and and these other particles that we're pushing down into the soil you're allowing the turf grass to grow deep the the good turf grasses roots to grow deep into the ground and and get into the areas where they can absorb more of the nutrition and and even water that is stored in that area exactly right I mean buying oil is just the physical representation of erosion and erosion is just happening between particles smashing together what water running through routes breaking things up a route will find its way through anything I mean one of the most fascinating thing the nature of the T. at three growing out of a cliff face correct you know it the roots split rocks you know make canyon if you really think about it one three five hundred million years ago kind of split a rocket water started to flow through and that later beautiful gorgeous well now where we live well so you know you when you think about what can happen over time it's pretty amazing and if we can encourage that you know with your with your grass this is such a simple thing one word with our to talk about a person's front lawn right just driving routes down and breaking into roading and creating more mineralization of the soil you end up having a lower maintenance lawn and and that's what really is the best piece it's just sort of the easy way to get there absolutely now bye bye bye adding these new elements back into the ground the mini micro the the organic elements I should say back in the ground were increasing the topsoil it as we increase at top so as you say it builds from the bottom up that's what allows our roots to grow deeper and stronger and then pull up any moisture that is it during the summertime it you know when we maybe that K. water every day and we get ninety two ninety three degree temperatures half the lines out there are dying and and and just wilting where our lawns now are so deep into that ground that they are able to pull up the moisture that's that's been locked before right out of the ground so they it's it's a win win situation and and I think people on a they got to give it a try yeah yeah and actually a what what what do you think that you just said there that I think it's really important that people should pay attention to is that the.

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"greene county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Montgomery and Greene counties. There is help available and ways you can help out more in just a moment. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center, UC health, brain, tumor center offers, hope compassionate, expertise, and the world's most advanced treatments for patients. Learn more at UC health dot com slash brain tumor as you just heard in the news. Heavy traffic is the result of some of the tornado activities in Dayton last night. South seventy five, very, very heavy from seventy down to Wagner, Ford and northbound very slow from thirty five to Wagner Ford. Delays now up to twenty five minutes in both directions and still dozens of roadways in the areas close. Closed due to down wires trees and other debris across the roadways. And still dozens upon dozens of traffic signals malfunctioning causing heavy delays on the side roads here in town. You're having nor seventy five Burlington to the Brent, Spence, then stop and go Mitchell to Sharon southbound, seventy five, very heavy from two seventy five through Lachlan from the lateral to seventy four then between the Harrison avenue exit and the bridge. Rob Williams, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w album Indus forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear debt his dot com. A warm and muggy night ahead and evening, chance of a storm, mainly north, but otherwise, it's partly cloudy for the rest of us and lows near sixty eight periods of off and on storms developing on Wednesday. Stay weather aware strong to severe storms possible..

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"greene county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"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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"greene county" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"greene county" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Before Father's Day. It'll be Friday not half a day on Saturday. The weekend of Father's Day, gridiron dot com or rickandbubba dot com under the sponsors, but one call and then we'll move to something else. Crystal the part where this she says some of these rural parts of Alabama. Now, you you're talking about, you know, down that way Greene county where this this camp was discovered you said that there's there's a number of children that are missing that area. Where did you get that information crystal? Oh, no Greene county area over the over the west part of Alabama. On the west side. I don't. Children. I do know that if you watching any of those stores or anything else the interstate there are all kinds of pictures. People miss him from that area. Area was like right there on that part of the interstate and it is mostly hunting camps down there. I mean, there's a lot of bingo halls and stuff. Down in that area. From there, like Sumpter county and Greene county. So. It's a different feeling the first time that I went hunting there. I remember we would drive in for miles and miles and miles and. Road. There was like a burning car. Was no one attending to it or anything. Then you just kind of kept moving. It was just a different feeling. It's almost like you feel a long way from law and order. Yeah. You really do. So anyway, all right. So Bubba we we have another story today. And we have a we have a package of pan. Big news. Big news in Arizona. It is now legal to carry your nunchucks. Okay..

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State of emergency declared ahead of Charlottesville anniversary

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Trump halts plan for new sanctions against Russia

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

02:09 min | 3 years ago

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.

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