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"hanover county" Discussed on WTOP
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Michael Jordan gives $10M for North Carolina health clinics
"Is donating $10 million to launch two new medical clinics and underserved communities in his home state of North Carolina. No Vontae health clinics will open in early 2022 in New Hanover County, Jordan says Everyone should have access to quality health care no matter where they live, or whether they have insurance or not. This is
"hanover county" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Of lincoln was aligned with the north and stood for the expansion of federal power and legal protection for the black community. The democratic party was aligned with the south and opposed these ideals so for many wealthy white democrats in wilmington. It was crucial that democrats win. No one was more fired up about this than alfred. More would now a former confederate officer and unapologetic bigot. for months. waddell and his allies had been planning a way to put democrats in power. They used racist rhetoric in their political speeches and campaign ads. But even that wasn't enough on election day. A group of democrats blocked black citizens from voting and stuffed the ballot boxes on surprisingly the democrats want since the victory of the election would dell started looking for a reason to rally a mob at last. He found his smoking gun a newspaper clipping from daily record. A black owned newspaper in wilmington. The article written by editor. Alex manley openly challenged the double standard regarding interracial relationships. Manley pointed out that black men were always accused of assaulting white women. Even when the romance was consensual two would l. It was exactly what he needed to rile up his racist beliefs. He claimed the article was proof. That black men considered themselves equal to white men and once again spread the lie. That black men were coming for white women overnight. He was able to gather a lynch mob of five hundred to six hundred men that morning on november tenth they marched down seven th street right to the daily records front door. They didn't knock instead. They brutally smashed the windows and set the entire building ablaze. Luckily the journalist alex manley had fled wilmington before their arrival as a plume of smoke billowed over seven th street residents of the historically black neighborhood fled. It was later reported that they took refuge in the cemeteries and swamps on the outskirts of town. But not all of them made it out in time. The mob chased after the residents with clubs and guns. Several men fired into the crowd by nightfall as many as sixty black citizens had been murdered. The racist white men were never held accountable for their crimes. In fact over the next few months they ousted remaining republican. Legislators and put democrats in their place illegally. Installed democrats passed harsh. Jim crow laws including the grandfather clause an amendment that required all eligible voters to be literate or to prove that their ancestors already held the right to vote. This meant that the majority of black male voters who hadn't been given a chance at education would be excluded while illiterate white voters would still be considered eligible using these tactics. The democratic party was able to purge thousands of black voters from the rule from their stolen. Seat of power wedel and his cohort. Were also able to twist the narrative of the wilmington riots. They claimed that the black community had instigated the riot. They were merely defending themselves and restoring peace incredibly. This false history persisted for a century in the late. Nineteen ninety s local historians and descendants of those attacked in the riots began to advocate for change and in two thousand the north carolina. General assembly established the wilmington race riot commission. Their goal was to develop a more accurate historical record of the events that took place in eighteen ninety eight they also assessed the economic impact. The khuda taw had on the black community of wilmington. The commission found evidence of documented conspiracy by white elite democrats in wilmington and new hanover county. They concluded that quote government at all levels failed to adequately respond to the violence or to reverse the political overthrow. It's hard to understand the full ramifications of this coup which helped to uphold oppressive jim crow laws until the nineteen sixties prior to november eighteen ninety eight wilmington north carolina was widely regarded as one of the most progressive cities in the southern united states in one fell swoop. All that progress was erased coming up. We'll cover the events that led to the downfall of this progressive city high listeners. To celebrate our favorite month podcast network is releasing a slate of new shows leaning into all things spooky and spine tingling. And now we're bringing you an original series called superstitions featuring the origins and impact of our most unusual beliefs and the stories of those who dare to defy them every week on superstitions. Here in new drama that illustrates the eeriness and unlocks the mysteries of humanity's strangest codes of conduct like your breath while passing cemetery. So you don't wake the dead and make them jealous for carrying the foot of an animal known to have an evil eye or using iron to keep away the devil they may seem mystical or even completely illogical but one thing is certain you ignore them at your own risk. You can find and follow superstitions freon spotify or wherever you get your podcasts to hear more podcast shows search podcast network in spotify search bar and find a growing slate of spooky october programming to enjoy this episode of today in. True crime is brought to you by simply safe. Simply safe was designed to be easy to use while protecting your whole home. Twenty four seven you can order it online with just the click of a button. When mine arrived. I was eager to get it set up immediately. It didn't take long. i just had to place. The sensors plugged in and connected to my wifi then. Suddenly my whole home was protected. I didn't have to worry about tools or drilling or waiting around for technicians. 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"hanover county" Discussed on WTOP
"D C region has done better than many when it comes to flattening the curve and taking steps to limit the spread of Corona virus. But now one area is upping the ante Even Mohr and handing out fines to anyone who's not wearing a mask in Alexandria Finds aren't the first choice for anyone who won't wear a mask. But soon the city will start handing out civil fines to anyone who refuses to put one on where required. The ordinance takes effect on October 1st and requires you to wear one when you're inside. I'd but also outside of social distancing isn't possible. While there are some exceptions, such as if you're eating or drinking, or there's a safety concern. Generally, it applies to anyone over the age of 10. Those who don't wear a mask in those situations will be asked to put one on first. If they refuse, they'll be fined $100. John Dome and W T O P News. We've learned that 50 crabmeat pickers on Maryland's Eastern Shore contracted covert 19 over the summer. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports. One worker was sent to a hospital, but the outbreaks did not result in any fatalities. Worker's rights advocates say a lack of personal protective equipment and Language barriers that kept workers from communicating concerns, so their employers contributed to the outbreaks about 40 of the cases occurred at Russell Hall, Seafood that entire company was on lock down for two weeks with positive cases isolated. And everyone else quarantined. In person class is expected to begin this week at a middle school in Hanover County, Virginia, north of Richmond, the start of the school year there was delayed as three employees tested positive for covert 19 last week. Liberty Middle School shifted virtual learning Thursday and Friday as the school was cleaned, at least 15 employees are in isolation due to potential exposure will remain in quarantine for two weeks. A number of local colleges have moved up in the latest U. S News and World Report rankings as some of the methodologies for that list have changed. The University of Maryland College Park rose to number 58 National College is up from number 64. Last year. Johns Hopkins University moved up from 10th to ninth and Howard University jumped from 100 for 2 80 in national liberal Arts colleges. The United States Naval Academy rose 11 places to make the top 10 for the first time when it comes to the rankings themselves. There are a few changes this year as well. I'll measure student debt managing editor for Education and needed an Orion. We know that that is a big concern for many family. The rankings also now add schools that don't use the S A T or a CT for emissions decisions. They were previously listed as unranked. You can see that change happening..
"hanover county" Discussed on WTOP
"Parkway Rick with yet they you're getting by the longstanding overturned vehicle crash staying to the left it's last report the vehicle stolen on its roof in plenty responsive you're jammed on the outlook leaving about fifty heading up toward the Baltimore to parkway on the end of the billing Montgomery County longstanding crashes the truck on its side it's after thirty five of the four Connecticut Avenue you're getting by single file to the left of the ongoing cleanup delays on the internal begin near old Georgetown road now on the end of the billing back in prince George's county new crash reported near route fifty police are just they're heading there to check it out hadn't really wreck on the bottom washer parkway north bound near the beltway after four ten believe that's been cleared is taking a while for the delays to dissipate new crash reported to seventy McGovern county southbound south of route one a nine but before one twenty one U. the truck scales police are heading there to check it out delays are building reminder police activity remains on three fifty five you're the intersection with one eighteen Germantown road in Virginia ninety five south down in Hanover county the crash was near kings dominion Doswell it is blocking the left and really the only problem the ninety five quarter currently on I. eighty one southbound the diversion continues in West Virginia to the because of a crash south of there you're diverted at Taylor station road and a lot of folks using route eleven is the only possible good bail out around eleven apparently really jammed on the southbound side WTOP reporters are driven by Chris Judd autumn all military appreciation month means that show Toyota donates to the yellow ribbon fund with the purchase of a new car it's Gerald Toyota Gaithersburg I enjoy coming WTOP traffic temperatures today are going to reach into the low to mid seventies it is going to be absolutely gorgeous as we continue through the day little bit of a breeze in the air today but again.
"hanover county" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Group of armed group of people all white knocked on the door of the home Monica Schipper late Sunday night shepherd was asleep in her son Damian a high school senior was awake and playing video games in front of the home locating the Avondale community in Pender county shepherds are black when Jamie answered the door well said the group demanded to know information about a young missing girl the group was apparently looking for an individual named Josiah who lived next door but left the neighborhood a month earlier les says Damon Daymond identified himself by name several times the group continued to press for information you didn't have there is a person carrying on an assault weapon another with a shot gun according to the letter also part of the group was an off duty member of the new Hanover county sheriff's office when they needed him to shut the door after telling group we was new Hanover county W. stuck his foot in the door and demanded to come inside okay this is scary stuff obviously the deputy blocked her from closing the door as a group demanded to come inside he Terry said Pender county deputies made no attempt to detain or identify members of the Mumbai on Friday district attorney Ben David in Pender county sheriff Alan color how the press conference to announce criminal charges in the incident David announce the deputy he became former deputy here they fired him he's in charge of forcible trespass breaking and entering willful failure a failure to discharge duties another man has been charged with going armed to the terror of the community okay so why isn't that natural conversely because the prosecutors do what they're supposed to do in other words what members media like is when somebody does something corrupt and bad so they can try to impute that bad actions in the entire country as opposed to when the prosecutors do the right thing I get his Walter Scott in South Carolina the black man who was shot in the back by a police officer and then police have tried to fabricate evidence and I went to jail for that firm for murder that's not a national controversy because we're on the same side because people did the right thing you're listening to the bench gross lows wants to help you keep working that's why we're open for pro business hours.
"hanover county" Discussed on WJR 760
"Is trying to win back his old U. S. Senate seat but ahead of the Alabama primary president trump isn't making it easy on him sessions was the first U. S. senator to endorse Donald Trump for president the four term conservative Republican from Alabama gave up his seat to become Attorney General and the trump administration but president trump lashed out at him when he recused himself from the Russia probe and later ousted sessions from the job in recent days the president has ramped up attacks against sessions calling it a disaster as Attorney General on fox news he said Jeff was just very weak and very sad and when the name Russia was mentioned just the word Russia instead of being a man and saying this is a hoax he recused himself Linda Kenyon Washington a sheriff's deputy in new Hanover county North Carolina is facing criminal charges and has been fired after he allegedly led an all white group of people to the home of a black high school senior in search of a missing girl he went to the wrong hold on Christopher crew please listen this is important anyone can be affected by the prescription opioid crisis if you think you've been hurt by Purdue or its prescription opioids like oxycontin you may be entitled to compensation as part of produce bankruptcy but you have to file a claim claims may include overdose death substance use disorder lost wages in neonatal abstinence syndrome the vision claim can be filed by individuals the legal guardian by survivors or relatives of people who have died or are disabled the deadline to file the claims June thirtieth twenty twenty.
"hanover county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"So overall the this interesting from Cincinnati dot com talk about the number of people at risk mean compromised or whatever else which is a concern in dealing with issues echo that nineteen or the flu just in general people surviving cancer insulin Mike Sam and gonna give us the latest from Hanover county public health at two thirty five talking about this issue the from another case identified in Indiana still waiting in Ohio is stuff that keeps moving forward it's sterling hanging out fine Sunday afternoon seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on eighteen T. acute hearing center dot com listener line open later also day pardon for me as petrol gonna join us talk about the madness of March and gambling and stuff too who was talking about does not as far as germs and things goes if you think we had out there was a divorce issue superstition so we've touched a little of everything which is maybe not good talk about not touching things when it comes to germs what do you avoid touching because of germs in life it has nothing to do with cove it but it's tight it's a timely it in relation to this is that I mentioned the you know the like the bathroom in the urinal and going out and trying to avoid touching different things the big thing is like going to the grocery store in I. D. more so now than I have before said pay attention when you go when they get those little white to wipe off the court a lot of times it's just because I think of snotty kids that are just messy in general when you go to push and they're sitting there with mom or dad or pushing around and they got like you know kid did nastiness over it Toyota Innova in white in that down more regularly you can't avoid touching that unless you come in with your own bag I guess which I don't how many people actually do that I mean there's some stores that you know they make it more likely the intern they maybe don't have bags but that's when the other thing to just bring your own bag to carry on bags what don't you touch seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred a big one pound seven hundred eighteen T. to Covington Eric at your term was sterling on the big one Hey how you doing okay real quick yes one thing about the the touching and sanitizing it would be gas pump handles all yeah yeah because everybody's got to gas up right now and it's always use that that hand sanitizer after I'd use a gas pump handle are you at the superstitions shoes on a chair and hats on beds know what what is the idea behind the shoes on a chair on the other not getting the chair dirty or what what is that about I really don't know I maybe like Dave it's disrespectful to the dead because they can't sit down I don't know why the embers that and another real fast real quick thing from what I've heard is about that cobit nineteen is that the people that have passed away from it she had a secondary condition they were that was sick with something else maybe a high that sort the mon yeah well the agent in general the Infor I mean it is it is certainly the more vulnerable vulnerable populations but is there I mean some people like even the doctor who was in Wuhan who sort of got the word out when they were trying to shut him up ended up catching it and he was around tents and purposes healthy cell the Eric I appreciate the call that's but yeah I mean there's a little vulnerable at risk population you want to stay here here's the thing this is the other consideration let my mother has half the thyroid she she had a remote and issues hyperthyroid I think is what it's called and there a lot of people with thyroid issues other immuno issues because of your compromise that way your thyroid sort of like your thermostat I guess if you're thinking about a card sort of your thermostat for a person I need to control your chapter Benny controls every system effectively so I I have to be conscious of what I do outside in not putting her in greater harm sway in is the same thing for other parents and grandparents and anybody who is in a situation like that work maybe is double cancer treatment or something along those lines of owner ability is certainly there and it's just a courtesy thing that's the it doesn't matter now maybe more than a dozen other times but certainly you gotta be cognisant of it you gotta try to be as careful as possible you know I mean you don't you don't Hey let's get a bucket in a bag of germs and bring it in and is one of those deals that you got to kind of like think about I think that goes along with that which is kind of wild it is this far as the the daylight savings time I have to ask this because I have some people you know dragon tired they say that the changing of this in the long losing of sleep makes pedestrians less safe because people are tired they're not paying attention they say people are more likely to be hit by cars after six o'clock in the weeks after the clocks change in November especially which I find interesting compared to the other way around I think a lot of that has to do generally speaking aside from fatigue which is distracted driving people are paying attention to what they're doing on the road and and that's a good that's a crash situation anyway aside from running people down to get people Dorgan around on their devices walking into traffic you have people in traffic Dorgan around with their devices actually driving not hands free phone calls but texting or emailing her reading I think all those things sort of play into that generally I could be wrong but I I think that sort of make some sense of the generally speaking five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one thousand seven hundred eighteen anti your chance to get interactive in relation to this and the thus far as the shaking of the hands thing I I've had an inordinate amount of messages here about shaking hands Fred which is by the way my turtles name also of Fred says doesn't like I don't like shaking hands so this is a good excuse for me not to have to shake hands okay I don't know what that means of it it's a two intimate of an activity if it is a fear factor of disease in general or exactly what the circumstances it happened to be with that I mean there's a lot of people who have awkward feeling or whatever when it comes to I think interaction I don't know about the elbow bumping I don't I don't feel the terror and I just did fist bumps he's here to with with the rich Eugene other doing that wrestling show in a little bit down the hall and even that first second we kind of both looking from a distance like at this point no fist pump this ball I'm not in a lot walking the dog in the neighborhood you crazy my dog is crazy is it let's go crazy let's go for a walk and going through and I I I've noticed the last week or so the saying some people who would normally come up in the K. wearers shake hands whatever else is it just a knowing nod aside from inclement weather issues we see each other so I've seen fewer people out and about you know I don't know if that's other distractions stuff going on I did not sure exactly what it is but I have noticed fewer people walking around in the neighborhood maybe they're just avoiding me in general as oppose that's a possibility whether it's a nod whether it's an elbow bump whether it's a issue tab thank you for that Allison's tweet what what about a total you could do a total bust bows maybe not I don't know as with whatever works as far as that goes and I got to mention this to us earlier this week there were storms that blew through a in a line of storms with the front that you had some thunder in them and it's the first under that I can remember imagine remembering I guess so since fall of last year they in obviously that front moves through that killed twenty six people I think if not more tons of damage all over eastern Nashville Nashville itself and surrounding areas just brutal bad really when I heard the thunder took me back to last to Memorial Day women in the Dayton area a bunch of the tornadoes went through caused all kinds of damage in it it takes time my heart goes out to those people I heard the thunder in it was like a weird P. T. S. D. is the only thing I could describe it I get like panic but just for a minute hearing and I kinda like it was like oh forgot about in in and took me sort of right back to that night when the storm blew through and we got lucky you know euro roofing issues and some fans and some other stuff but I mean I didn't lose my home I didn't lose my business people lost their jobs in a lot of other stuff and these people lost their lives in Tennessee Matthew twenty five ministries a lot of other organizations helping which is a good thing it's just gonna take time and being without power you even in the community situation what I found out real fast as my node neighbors are fantastic and your neighbors are there for you and you look out for each other and it takes time and it'll be a run on contractors and getting all the little stuff and you forget having that two weeks of supplies we've been talking about with the cove it nineteen stuff comes in to a real quick order in need when you have another natural the kind of emergency situation with the storm like that moving through with power and not being able to get around with the real you know those roads being closed and power outages affecting traffic and businesses closing and you're trying to get your stuff in order dealing with insurance companies and everything else having some supplies on hand as a benefit or a backup generator you forget how to turn your lights when all the sudden you throw back in the stone ages here try to charge your phone little and get your tablet let alone your laptop trying to get the insurance and everything else and ice so those people going through something that you if you've been through it up here with flooding or something else you know so Godspeed to them to third report straight away I seen or sit down she's prepared she knows from news she Serra lease and it will come back and talk to Mike salmon from Hamilton County public health about what's going on in the tri state we code the twenty nine the flu and so much more sterling on the other side seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati state health officials are ready to start testing suspected coronavirus patient with.
An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies
"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to
"hanover county" Discussed on KOMO
"Casino where you can discover the unrivaled gaining power of one the only card you need fine details at to leave the resort casino dot com unix traffic ten twenty four Tammy Bennett with come on news and the forecast looks pretty cloudy today we will have some sunshine later this afternoon when the clouds clear often have about seventy five not a total loss tomorrow we do have clouds and a few afternoon showers with a high of seventy eight back to sunshine and Haiti on Friday weekend. read better partly cloudy seventy five on Saturday with a chance of showers here and then a partly sunny and a few showers on Sunday to wrap up the weekend right now downtown at sixty five in a cloudy skies. stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news giving on the stories with bill o'neill at the editor's desk along with Eric heights on tumblr the president hoping for some good luck as the Carolinas brace for hurricane Dorian talking with reporters at the White House he said Florida got lucky when Dorian took a right turn saying the U. S. stands ready to assist the Bahamas after Dorian slammed the islands more on his reaction and rob thoughts about the storm coming up in just a moment new Hanover county officials are briefing north Carolinians on hurricane Dorian's latest forecast speaking today in Wilmington Hanover county chairman John at the bar feels as they're in constant communication with state officials to make sure residents are ready before during and after the storm emergency management director Steve still says the most recent forecast shows it will pass over new high I Hanover county about twelve miles off the coast as a category one storm tomorrow morning the nation's trade deficit a bit smaller government figures out this morning show the deficit narrowed one and a half million dollars in July the fifty four point three billion that's down from a revised fifty five point five billion in June comedies time now ten sixteen back to president trop he says the U. S. has dodged. this call only so far when it comes to hurricane Dorian A. B. C.'s Erica Turkey and Karen Travers have more the president hasn't spoken about this storm since Sunday Karen he hasn't we actually haven't seen the president since that briefing that he had it FEMA after he returned to the White House after spending a couple days at camp David the president's been tweeting about the storm mostly re tweeting messages from other federal agencies with Hobson and pictures graphics and warnings but last night the president also weighed in and said that he felt that the U. S. was getting lucky that says don't let your guard down this is Karen Travers at the White House where the president made these remarks about the hurricane. very very lucky indeed we had actually.
Hurricane Dorian starts to move away from Bahamas
"Dorian he is on the move from the C. Brady fox news the storms now heading northwest at five miles an hour after strolling over the northern Bahamas getting close enough to threaten flooding and power outages in Florida and Georgia before reaching the Carolinas Thursday evening we could be looking at a landfall of the storm's somewhere probably around the North Carolina area thanks chief meteorologist Rick Reich news mandatory evacuations underway in the Outer Banks that area especially vulnerable because of the road route twelve which extends the full length of the Outer Banks is prone to washing out in heavy storms once that road washes out you are stuck in a tiny tiny little thread of land which is prone to storm surges hope that the worries are calling on people to pay very very close attention talk to Doug McKelway in Wilmington where the university of North Carolina starts evacuations later today new Hanover county will start clearing out tomorrow
"hanover county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"After strolling over the northern Bahamas getting close enough to threaten flooding and power outages in Florida and Georgia before reaching the Carolinas Thursday evening we could be looking at a landfall of the storm's somewhere probably around the North Carolina area fox chief meteorologist Rick Wright muse mandatory evacuations underway in the Outer Banks that area especially vulnerable because of the road route twelve which extends the full length of the Outer Banks is prone to washing out in heavy storms once that road washes out you are stuck in a tiny tiny little thread of land which is prone to storm surges hope that the worries are calling on people to pay very very close attention to Doug McKelway in Wilmington where the university of North Carolina starts evacuations later today new Hanover county will start clearing out tomorrow morning meantime the new tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico Ferdinand prompting storm warnings for the northeast Mexican coast the latest mass shooting over the weekend in Texas is spurring action at Walmart making more changes to its gun policy boxes going all Scott has this lively so Walmart CEO Doug McMillon says its handgun in military almost stock will not be renewed once the current inventory is gone the retailer will also ask customers not to openly carry guns in store see laws allow it the retailer face mounting pressure to change its gun policies because of recent deadly shootings two of them in Walmart stores in Texas and Mississippi in addition Walmart will stop selling handguns in Alaska that's the last state where handguns are sold however it will still sell hunting rifles and ammunition associated with them thanks colonel hand our to the clothes on Wall Street the Dow's down three hundred.
"hanover county" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"That's yes. That's what the fish say. That's how whitefish will do you? White people will do. So he was put in jail, and he made on four thousand dollar bond four thousand dollar bond because of cruelty to a fish because he left it to die. Terrible news for these people fish. They get we kill a lot of it. A lot of this terribly shocking. News. Oh, well, because this was a pet fish differ than all the other fish. There's restaurants that say fish on the front. Department everybody groceries. When you're putting a a bag in your throat in the car. That's gotta be very upsetting to the fish, or when you're fishing, and you're taking your I mean like this is a. Why why because it's an official right? Yes. Because it's all right. This is different fascinating. And here's here's the quote from one of the authorities in this county. What county what what's crazy? A handover New Hanover county in North Carolina, North Carolina. Houston, not California. Something Andy Griffith. He would never never never put may berry in your state at this point. How many how many how many fish did little Ritchie Cunningham before it was Richie Opie Opie how many fish died with little Opie about a lot a lot. Well, they went whistling thing. They did it begin of the shared goals. So the the thority Jerry brewer said, look, this is a life just like any dog or cat if you harbor neglected animal in New Hanover county. We're coming for you. Oh my gosh. Oh, my gosh will from the authority of. It's a fish. Okay. The other hand on the other hand a baby a human habe born alive from failed abortion. You're gonna leave it on the on a kit on the counter there tonight. And you're not going to treat them. No. No, no. No. No. No. No. No, no do not air. This do not compare this. We're talking.
"hanover county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"New Hanover county sheriff's office at Hinson was victim from his home. This happened March twenty second deputies with the agencies civil unit went to the home the following Monday. And notice that Hinson left behind an Oscar fish that was in for health and swimming in dirty tank. It's a fish, folks. So what happens if I killed the Oscar fish and eat him. Am I going to be charged with something is that animal cruelty? Lane the guy, that's fishing. This nursing the fish back to health says, they're great pets. We call them wet pets. They're very trainable. They have huge personality. Some of them can be aggressive when deputy sees the fish that appeared to be malnourished and suffering from hole in the head. This what are the liberal disease? I know some folks like that hole in the head. Ahead. What what the heck is I guess you a hole in the head? Holding the hand disease, which is caused by four water quality and lack of food when this fish came in. He was in pretty bad shape hole in the head is a parasite that starts in the intestines and works from the inside out at killing the fishes lane holding the head disease forms lesions on the skins fishes skin allowing 'Bacterial to get inside the disease is fatal. If it goes untreated lane says holding the head is somewhat common in Oscar fish, but to prevent it. It's imperative you knew constant water quality checks and feed your fish properly. Now that all sounds great and everything. But folks at the end of the day, it's a flip in fish, isn't it? The sheriff's deputy says. This is the first time someone has been charged with animal cruelty in New Hanover county in regards to a pet fish. He says, but this is a life just like any dog or can't if you harm or neglect an animal in New Hanover county. We're coming for you. Apparently, not a whole lot to do with the sheriff's department. New Hanover Gannon, North Carolina. Fish will continue to recover it. The fish room in Wilmington, and then we'll be up for adoption at animal service. Dopp the fish? We have to find the right family. That's right. You're not anybody. You know, crazy Scott. My sister in Tulsa, who is a big animal lover. Yeah. Well, they their dogs and cats, they they're pool house is basically that's where the cats and dogs live, right? I mean, pretty nice. Nice pay. Air is aided. That mean, they they have the they have thrown the play. Yeah. What's wrong with that? Well, they they went down to the shelter to try to get a rescue dog. They wouldn't allow them to have it because the dog would not be in the house in the house. Now, my gosh, folks, look, you know, I've had dogs and cats and until the coyotes got after Jackie stayed outside this relive he lived outside because he's a flip in dog, folks. What are you doing with the dog outside? He's out there with the rest of the animal's. Good grief. They are tough. I hate to form people, but dogs are well, they are tough and their animals. They're supposed to be outside. Now, look I had smokey to can't smoke in the cat stayed inside sometimes stem, sometimes you want to be outside. He I know he was gray. What an original name and smoking live to be eighteen years old. Lived a long long life. Adventurous life, all sorts of adventures outside mainly I mean, you'll have many ventures inside. What's the adventure inside? Oh, yeah. I remember that time he he fell asleep and fell off the window ledge all boy that was an adventure. No, your adventures are outside chasing mice and getting chased by a dog and climbing up a tree. And you know, all this is nothing. I don't want to stay in killing hundreds of bird. Yes. Absolutely. Why do people call the fire department when it can't goes up at tree? Like, he's never going to come down your member of the dude that went up they climbed the tower was that around. He knows in totes. I believe it was guy climbed the radio tower. I think he may have been naked. But I'm not sure I don't remember all the details of it. But a guy climbs the radio tower. Right. And so they're out there with one of those big boom trucks and their and their their their. And they hand him a pizza, and I'm going why are you handing him a pizza Qazis hungry. Well when he gets hungry enough. Just like a cat. He'll come down off the tower, and he'll go to the pizza joint of his unrein of. Why are you feeding some dude? That's that's climbed the tower. Like, okay, big. It's like, I don't wanna stand. This somebody explain this to a lot of things that I the to understand hunger strikes. Why do we care? I'm going to go on hunger strike. What do your going on a hunger? Strike we'll going on he may starve to death. They did this get they had some of these terrorists. They went on hunger strikes, and we forced them to keep them alive. We should've fed them. Oscar the fish. Handle two problems. Right. They kill two birds with one sorry pita. They don't like that saying that's another thing. Pita wants to strip all of these things that they think are -fensive like killing two birds one stone and whatever else they don't like that has to do with animals because these people are nuts, folks. Let me tell you I love animals too. But animals are on people and a fishing. The dog is a song in there somewhere. Isn't it? I believe it is. Yeah, there's a country song that fish was attached to me. He was very upset the hell. And so and then next thing, you know, they're going to be taking him around a little Baggies because their emotional support fish around their neck. What about Bob? They'll be taking them to take them into everywhere to eat and stuff. And of course, then they'll go in the protest in front of captain D's. You know, me, and my fish, and I'm gonna come on people for the love of Mary. I mean. Yeah, we'll think about the captain B's Red Lobster. How about all those fish? It might seem to be concerned about them New Hanover sheriff's department gonna show up at a captain D's and Wilmington. I'm sorry. That's a deep fat frying is cruelty. You know, we can't do that. Well, yeah. Well, we look we've made them in the little flower for a while too. So I mean, usually they had a good life in. You did. I'm just telling you. People have just gotten crazy. And I don't know. I don't know where the laugh or or be just distraught over it. But what happens is these folks they weasel into the mainstream. It's like this guy. We were telling about yesterday the things he's adult, right? This guy. I'm so people act. They treat him like a dog, you know, because they won't offend him. Screw him. He's nuts. This kind of I we used to lock up in a rubber room and go man, you don't you? You're were too. You're too crazy to be out in the public. I'm just going to tell you then. But now, we know we're supposed just go along with it. Oh, but he identifies as a dog. Well, I don't recognize his identifying a dog just like some dude coming into game stop with a five o'clock shadow in lipstick on dress carrying a purse is not a woman, ma'am. It's a dude, dude. And the guy behind the counter calls him, sir. Any frightens to take him out back and beat his butt, and I'm going that's not very lady like. I mean, come on who's going to hold your purse while you beat. This guy's bud. Well, this is what we've come to. And we're supposed to just a week. We're supposed to accept this and go along because we're supposed to be so accommodating and so- broad-minded in one ever. Yeah. I'm not I'm sorry. I mean, yeah, I give a lot of folks a lot of a lot of a wide berth. You know, if you want to do a lot of things lungs doesn't affect me. But there's some dude in a restaurant that's got a chain around his neck this barking. I'm gonna backhand. And I'm telling you, and look, and what happens is that backhand a guy that the dog New Hanover, deputies come pick me up for cruelty. Yeah. But I wonder you know, this is another little dilemma we're going to be in. If I beat him up. Can I be charged with assault? Or would it just be crowded animal? I think that's a less of a charge. That's what I would argue. I'd say, look, no, no, no. This is not a salt. This was cruelty to animals, I just beat up a guy identifies as a dog. Ask him. Say he says, he's a go. I speak fluent dog, by the way. Cheech and Chong move. It is a man, and we didn't get the dope. No, everybody else's smoking. And we're going come on man, man. Share? Up in smoke. Gosh. And I look at this kind of stuff, and I'm going, okay? Well, you don't understand about this fishy at Holyhead disease? Oh, yeah. Well, now that you've explained it to me, that's horrible. Absolutely. It's a fish. I know I'm going to hear from the fish contingent out the, but look, you know, you have folks ever been fishing. What do you fish with? Hook. What does it do? Right right there. Yeah. And then pulls them out of the water by with a hook in their mouth, usually with a smaller fish, the minnow. Exactly. But nobody's going to bat for the minot. They're going to bat for the one other Fisher catching with the minnow or maybe they'll go for the for the bad for both of them. And so they said well, you just need to use a net. How the hell am I going to catch a fish with just a knit? Swim by he's too widely for that. So you have to fool them, that's cruel. He thought he was actually getting a meal and he got a hook. Instead. No. And now he's really got hole in the head disease from your hook. Quick time out six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six Rebecca after this. The road.
"hanover county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Walking around I'll just afraid of roast or they aware of yet. They're trying to they've been trying to catch it all day. Yes. So there's an Email you run into Mark up in Hanover county Virginia. Which that's going to be kind of Richmond. Well, I felt really interesting is the sheer volume of people like down here, we're chasing, sonic, booms up there. They're trying to find an EMU. They got police against citizens out looking for it. In a totally unrelated story Ross has some really really big chicken wings and only a couple of them this this morning when he came in and said, she says, it's cheat day stupid mustard packet can't find the EMU anywhere. The cop. Here is looking for it. We end up saying EMU several times. But cannot capture it wouldn't which get close to it. It it kind of sped off pretty quick through the woods. The would emus do, sir. Fact, let's go to the dumbest resident you can find something. Then I'll check off my things to do list. I've never seen in the wild. You know, other than at the fair. Okay. Two things one. You still haven't seen an EMU in the wild wild EMU. It's just one that got loose to at the fares. Not in the wild. Okay. You're not in the wild. When you're at the fair. That's not a that's not the wild, sir. And why do you sound so smug that's something that I'll check off my things to do list. I've never seen any who in the wild. You know, other than at the fair EMU. Emu and again, not in the wild. And not a wild EMU. Architect who else you got around there the shock factor. Needle was pegged.
"hanover county" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Hear some voices right now from North Carolina earlier today on morning edition, Wilmington deputy fire, chief John Mason expressed concern that rescuers still have not yet accessed the most heavily flooded areas in coastal North Carolina. In the aftermath of Florence on the northern part of New Hanover county is worthy majority of the flooding years today. I'm fearful that that's where the most affected folks are. It's a little more rural than the city. It's completely flooded up there. So suspect it when we get up there today to clear, there's neighborhoods, they will be certainly inundated with water. That's Wilmington, deputy fire, chief John Mason speaking to morning edition today, we'll tweeting us now from Leland. North Carolina is Kevin was Ardo. He's news director at WW, a y, three TV, Kevin, welcome to on point tie for having me. Thanks for joining us. I mean, how is it where you are? How what was what's the weekend been like, oh, it's been a bit. Crazy weekend. I mean, we have a hurricane that comes in and basically stalls out it's bad enough and then we had tornadoes and the station. We had a hunker down in the middle of the live broadcast and and because of a tornado coming through. But we were on the air for eighty three and a half hours from noon, Thursday till eleven thirty last night. And now we're just trying to assess the damage and see what the cleanup's going to be like. Okay. So the cleanup may take a while to get here though. Right? Because I mean everyone's talking about state officials are talking about that the flood threat is still nowhere near gone. I mean, so how much water is there? There's a lot every place it's now everybody's kind of on a series of islands. Even within this area. We can't get to certain places that we want to get through to see things we, there's a town city name, boiling spring lakes here in Brunswick county, south of Wilmington that has been absolutely devastated. They have several big lakes and one of them, the dam breached and flooded out, and it's it may be one of the worst hit areas and we can't get to it. We were going to be able to go along with some of the crews that were going out there. They're going to leave the emergency operation center down the road, but we can't get down the road to get to them. So it's just it's just a mess. I'm watching video right now in our newsroom of helicopter flying over the coast. We can see some of the damage and along the beaches and some of it's not as bad as you would think. But inland. Flooding mass is just bad. And the biggest issue is that the whole southeast corner of the state right now is cut off from everybody else. So they're having to fly in supplies and think about bringing ships in because you can't the major highways in and out of the area are all closed. Okay. So you're in Leland there. I mean, you mentioned Wilmington, which has been entirely cut off, right? I mean, how far is leeland from Wilmington, we're just across the river. So we actually until this year our studio was downtown and we just moved out to the suburbs and a new building. And but yeah, we can get we can get back and forth. But one of our folks, you know, went home last night to south of Wilmington and getting back. She had to take a totally different set of roads to get back because you know, the water comes up here and they blocked this off, and then it goes down and comes up somewhere else. So I mean, you were just talking about having airlift supplies into people of food water or bring them in by ship. I mean, how, how long do officials and whether ficials there in the Carolinas think that this. The the waters are going to continue to rise. I mean, the rivers aren't sat across to later this week and once they do, they're going to be up for quite some time. I mean, we have rivers that are forecast to be ten fifteen feet above flood stage. I mean, it's going to be record flooding..
Storm National Hurricane Center, Miguel Marquez and Marie Elise discussed on Mark Levin
"National Hurricane Center, downgraded Florence from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Forecasters warned that the storm is quite dangerous and is not over yet in Carolina beach, North Carolina correspondent Miguel Marquez says emergency officials have been overwhelmed with calls. One thing abilities in New Hanover county are asking for is that if you have an emergency at home, make sure it is life threatening. Make sure it's something that demands emergency services help right now because they are having a tough time nine one one operator time fielding all the calls for down trees
"hanover county" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Closer to your home, maybe get inside your home. By the time it gets to eleven feet. That first floor is completely flooded and. You may not have anywhere to go, and we're not just talking about coastal communities were talking about inland locations as well because that surge is going to go up into those rivers well inland and it could possibly inundate those communities in. We've talked about this for several tide cycles. This is going to last. It's not a typical storm where it comes in and it leaves in a couple of hours. This storm is going to stay here for a very, very long time. It's very unusual for storm to just sit here like this Anderson. And of course there's, I said, stop for anything. It started raining again. So I'm an idiot just in the next few hours as quickly. What can we expect? Well, let's go back to the wall show you in the next couple of hours. We're going to continue to see the rain. We're going to continue to see the wind. The storm is going to continue to push that water. So the next couple of hours just continue to see that that that water push inland push to the west. The rain is going to continue to come down and like you said, it's going to go come. And then sometimes it won't be there. But the closer that storm gets to shore, that's when we'll start to see the more relentless rains along with the wind. So I think by mid morning tomorrow tomorrow afternoon, that is going to be very, very close with it. Only moving five miles per hour. It's going to be well into tomorrow before it gets close enough, but with with winds already at one hundred mile per hour, gusts at Cape lookout. People are already feeling the effects big time. Jennifer, appreciate our state and local officials, obviously, very busy tonight we're joined now by two Woody white who chairs the board of county commissioners here in New Hanover county, and Wilmington mayor Bill, Sappho, thanks so much for being with us was rare. I what is your message to people tonight who are watching this year and Wilmington or elsewhere in North Carolina and think, well, maybe this isn't so bad. You know, it's it seems kinda slow and we haven't seen a lot of wind or a lot of rain..
Florence, New Hanover County and Lisa Brady discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"News local officials pleading with residents to heed evacuation warnings in parts of the Carolinas and Virginia as hurricane Florence gets closer and closer can replace your property. We cannot replace you. And we do not want to lose any of our citizens will Haney the mayor of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Fox's Evan Brown is live in Wilmington, North Carolina. At least these safe thing is to get away from the coastline, which will be inundated with seawater by Florence. Chris coup. Dre is the county manager for New Hanover county, which encompasses
"hanover county" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"We, we lost Lieutenant Colonel. Kate woods. We appreciate her efforts and the efforts of her crew joining me now is Woody white, the board chairman of the New Hanover county commissioners and North Carolina. It's a county that includes Wilmington. What do there's a mandatory evacuation currently in place in parts of your county head of the storm? What are your top priority is going to be in the last twenty four hours before this hurricane hits. Well, Henderson. We've got a few of them are top priorities are just to continue to raise awareness to our citizens about the seriousness of the storm and not just in one area, but in all areas of surge, potential flooding inland and the wind speed and getting that message out not only to to evacuate on your own if you can, but to take advantage of the resources that we put in place to evacuate those that can't help themselves and and primarily those that are going to stay in the voluntary evacuation areas. Think about your family. I think about your pets. Think about the things that matter in life and worry about your property later. We'll rebuild things will be fine, but those are really priorities and the messages that we're trying to push right now. You know, everyone focuses on people, well, just get being able to get in their cars. There are folks who don't have access to vehicles, what, what? What? What options are there for people who don't have their own their own vehicles who it's not so easy for them to just get up and leave. Well, we have a local shelter first off. We also have an agreement with a school in Raleigh in Wake County. We ran our first bus today. There were thirty eight people on it were running two more buses tomorrow at ten and two. And we encourage folks that need to avail themselves of those resources to stay in touch with our local emergency management hotline. And so we feel like we're fully prepared for that because the main threats as your experts say, and as we all know from experiences that we've we've seen in lived through is in the surge areas and the high flood areas, there's nothing we can do about the win necessarily oftentimes and more often than not. For that matter, people are safer in their own homes. If it's a nice home, a good home, a safe home, then they are out on the road or elsewhere. But there are exceptions to that. They're manufactured homes. There are people that that need to be in shelters and for those folks, we have put those resources in place. How concerned are you about? What seems to be the, you know, th this thing. Slowing down once it hits land and making an event which you know we were just talking a could go on for days and days. It's frightening because we remember Floyd. We remember Matthew. I've been a victim of flooding myself in Matthew recently. It's disastrous and it, you know, the the cameras in which by the way we're thankful that you guys come down here and bring awareness to our community. I wish I were given chamber of commerce speech about how awesome our community is during the tourist season. But when the cameras leave and the storm passes when the flooding comes I, it's it's stays with us for months often years, and it's devastates communities. And that's really something we're worried about. It's something we try to prepare for, but it mother nature has a unique way of making every storm different and every storm more of a challenge than the last that it seems, but we'll be prepared and we're going to recover, no matter how bad this is. What would you way I wish you the best and I appreciate all your efforts and we'll continue checking with you in the days ahead. I want to get more now on the damage. This kind of hurricane can do things we've seen in the past. Tom foreman joins us. Now we with that Tom. Anderson if this real hundred mile an hour, storm sure you'd lose mobile homes. You lose some.
13 pounds of ‘fentanyl' seized in raid is just sugar, lab finds
"And police. In North Carolina, who say they seize the giant load of fen altering drug. Bust in Wilmington now say they took the substance for a common kitchen ingredient back in July. Sheriff of New Hanover county North Carolina called it one of the largest seizures ever offensive ill but now they did the more conclusive tests tariff Ed McMahon says it was not lab tests say it was sugar thirteen pounds of sugar not two million dollars worth of a potentially deadly painkiller could afford. Charles bats, is one of three suspects arrested after the, raid he thought it was flour sugar. But whatever if you can't tell flou- drug He remains in jail on. Other charges Scott Goldberg ABC news, Tony I. Hate when I get my fence Yeah yeah and who doesn't know who doesn't know the difference in flour and sugar too I mean it's just kind of releasing because so they. Did an initial tests? On it and, he came up and it's only when that Jewish weird about it how does. That happen I don't know but that is that is a very interesting sort of funny story as
Fast-spreading California wildfire nears Yosemite park
"NewsRadio, nine twenty four seven FM good morning Monday July twenty third the start of a stretch of real. Muggy stuff unfortunately well some. People love this stuff but it's going to be oppressive until. Maybe first, day Friday at the latest before it breaks some morning showers. Today he's he's sunshine to follow, in sticky conditions high eighty to seventy three degrees right now. Fire crews and California's struggling to get hold of that wildfire that's threatening us seventy national. Park the Ferguson fire grew to over twenty thirty. Two thousand acres thirty two thousand acres this weekend and there's only six percent contained believe, it or not and it's burning just west of that park. Yosemite but it's, shut down a main road into the. Park as well as a, campground in the park, and that happened last week midweek park officials also warning visitors about the, air quality there, they say visited should expect limited visibility and should limit their outdoor activities this, fire jumped River. Burning in the national forest were massive wildfire burned. Back in two thousand thirteen the number of firefighters battling that inferno is now, past three thousand and they, just can't. Get, control of that fire that's threatening us seventy what. Only. Six, percent controlled three people drowned, at beaches in North Carolina due to dangerous rip currents so if you're going to the beach you know you better. Listen to the lifeguards to and listened carefully, here in the ocean state because we have, some serious, rip currents happening now to now North Carolina two of the deaths happened at separate. Beaches in Brunswick county and a third just miles north of New, Hanover county there was a, moderate rip current warning in place, for most of the. Coast of North Carolina over the weekend twenty, year, old man died after being swept away by a rip current off sunset beach at about two in. The afternoon on Saturday beachgoers. Did try to save him by performing CPR but unfortunately he. Was pronounced, dead at the hospital another man drowned at Holden beach in. North Carolina while Trying to help somebody get. Free from a rip current officials said there the other person was safely brought to shore third swimmer died at rights Phil beach around eleven. In the morning on Saturday lifeguards pulled the man out of the ocean, but he had already stopped. Breathing so fatal incidents happening at three, separate beaches, in North Carolina today US defense officials meet with defense officials from Australia in Palo Alto California here's FOX's Jessica Rosenthal Defense Secretary James Mattis and secretary of. State Mike Pompeo will host their Australian counterparts at Stanford University, doesn't look like they're any planned public events but the. State Department says the two countries have a lot to talk about governance encouraging private sector growth and trade especially now that the president has pulled us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Australia considered a key ally is exempt from the steel and aluminum. Tariffs imposed on others including China but this discussion. Is also, largely focused on the military so discussion. Topics include security in the Indo Pacific region North Korea And the work both countries are. Doing in Iraq and Syria especially in combating. ISIS Jessica Rosenthal Fox News..
"hanover county" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"From the rise of superstorm ze two innovations in green energy and from the melting polar ice floes to our fresh water future are changing climate is at the forefront of societal change at adept tation it's an important and pressing issue that's why you should join meteorologist paul hunter on climate cast a weekly podcast that makes sense of the world's most important climate news it's real news and real science from a trusted climate journalist who's been tracking climate science for twenty years you'll hear about climate heroes who are making a difference get the low down on the latest science and learn what it means for you and your family climate cast helps you know more and be part of the solution climate cast with paul hutton are available wherever you listen to podcasts welcome back to the weather geeks podcast i'm dr marshall shepherd from the university of georgia in i'm here with a female minister brock long and we've been talking about a lot of the issues of the day that fema deals with that he has to deal with as the administrator he's the nation's top emergency manager and before we kind of move into some other aspects of what's going on with fema want to kind of sort of kind of dig into who you are and what your experience why are you the female administrator and what's your experience your background you know i can't answer why the female too i think meaning clearly you're qualified but tell you tell people about your qualification for me you know listen divine intervention for me i never grew up thinking i wanted to be an emergency manager i i went to appalachian state university for undergrad and graduate school and while i was in graduate school i had a conversation with one of my classmates who had done an internship with new hanover county emergency management wilmington north carolina and i thought well you know what i gotta do one that's.
"hanover county" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Gray's like and that while there wasn't a a bunch of firsts there also was not self government by wilmington this city in terms of its city government all of this with the socalled good race release them relations shifted after the march 25th eighteen ninety seven municipal election that we talked about in our previous episode which had been pretty contentious than than led to three competing boards of alderman all claiming to be the real one and then after that the race relations were no longer good in fact white democrats were planning a conspiracy to overthrow the government that was elected on march 25th one of his campaign was focused on removing wilmington duly elected government and replacing it it also had a secondary goal which is to make an example of wilmington in order to keep the rest of north carolina's black population in line it is not clear exactly when the plan to do this was hatched later on thomas w clawson who is editor of the wilmington messenger and was involved with the ku said that white citizens of wilmington had started formulating a plan six to twelve months ahead of the 1898 election a group of nine white citizens were the ringleaders and became known as the secret nine they were jay alan taylor hearty fellow w a johnson l b sasser william gilchrist pierre be manning edward s lathrop walter parsley hugh mcrae also involved in the conspiracy were the democratic party campaign committee of new hanover county the wilmington chamber of commerce and another informal group known as the group of six a lot of people involved one of the most visible players in the conspiracy was alford more wedel who we quota.