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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Promising corona virus vaccine, news and chatter about additional federal economic stimulus. The Dow Jones, industrial average closed one hundred and sixty five points higher, the S. and P.. Five hundred closed eighteen points higher, and the Nasdaq was up twenty five points. USDA yesterday released its investigation into cattle and beef price reactions to last summer's fire at the Tyson plant and Holcomb Kansas and to disruptions wrought by covid nineteen. The report details, market, conditions and prices before during and after those event, although pandemic continues. Keep in mind. This USDA investigation does not examine potential violations of the packers and stockyards act. USDA continues to cooperate with the Department of Justice. Antitrust Division in that agencies Kurt Investigation. Instead the report provides the logic and details behind the price reactions of the two Black Swan events in broad terms. Does reactions were dramatically higher wholesale beef prices, significantly lower fed, cattle, prices, and historically wide gap in between all due to disruptions to packing capacity, and to alter demand flow in the case of the pandemic, so no surprises, no matter how distasteful reality this is, what Steven Kunes agricultural economist at Colorado State. University had to say regarding the COVID nineteen price gyrations in recent report. Record high meat prices are not a surprise. Kim says the grocery store supply chain was emptied during the closures of local economies and then had difficulty catching up. Further, he explained prices associated with specific cuts that consumers typically prepared home were the highest while prices for cut sold at restaurants, and initially dropped to record lows, and then rallied as consumers made substititions and began purchasing cuts that they didn't buy usually. Then be prices rallied overall as total be supplies diminished with plant closures, impartial plant closures. Likewise Cain says record-low livestock prices are no surprise explaining that if packers can't run or must run. As, especially, if animal supplies are abundant than the marginal value at that last group of animals that's not sold is close to zero. It's the marginal value of the last product that sets the market. King says, and that point is critical. In fact, that's what economists communicate with supply and demand curves. He explains the equilibrium quantity and price, or what's traded at the lowest marginal value to buyers and the highest marginal value to self. That's your calc market update for Wednesday night, and Thursday morning the twenty third of July this is worse Ishmael. Thanks for.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

05:20 min | 10 months ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on The Big Show

"Around the world, better demand is come in handy. That's really what's happened, but now Colbert is back. You know raising its head again in so some issues over there again so while we're talking about the supply mainly, we're also worried about the demand, and you know the corn market back over there. Just doesn't have hasn't had a demand driver. You know for the last few years to really spooked this market to the upside. You get supply. Shrinking that gives us a bubble up, but then we say we don't have consistent buying, and that's what you have to be afraid of and soybeans. Also it looks like South America's going to increase their acres again. Three percent there about Alicia say seventy days out from starting to plant their again. and so we'll have to keep an eye on that needed talk. Some livestock markets to we'll do that in an hour and ten minutes, or so when we get back together in the meantime, Don how do we continue the conversation directly? You Bet. Andy can reach us at one, eight, hundred, two, four, seven, four, zero, seven one. There goes down rose US commodities in west. Moines our Wednesday market expert today on the big show. It is eleven forty three now, according the big show clock tie for three big things you need to know brought to you by your I being farmer and funded by the soybean checkoff. Another letter requesting transparency and beef pricing eighteen senators sending USDA the second letter, after they wrote back in April to expand their investigation beyond the fire at that point in holcomb, Kansas last fall into the potential unfair marketing practices happening, irving during covid nineteen, one of the authors is Nebraska Senator deb Fischer friends just to the West. Who says that they need to make sure their point is heard I wrote a letter and had eighteen in my colleagues on both Republicans and. And Democrats were we asked the Department of Justice to open up an investigation into any kind of suspected price manipulation behavior that is out there within the cabin stras well with Department of Justice investigation. Obviously you don't hear about those until they are ready to bring out their conclusions. Of course, the ISLA cattlemen's association has been pushing very strongly for fifty percent and cash negotiated trade, which then bills now introduced both in the US House and the Senate to dressing that topic. Asking for a rehearing. SF and core tether. Representatives have filed motions in the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Out in California, asking for a rehearing on that court decision vacated registrations Fort Campbell, herbicides now all of these service sides in gene affects a pan and extend were up for re-registration in twenty twenty, but. BASF officials. Request the review by a panel of eleven judges instead of the three judge panel that issued the prior decision, the request according to be asf is quote necessary to correct ears by the panel and issuing a decision that is quote inconsistent with basic due process and administrative law principles. Getting Ready for National Grilling Day. That's right. WHY NOT It is today. If you're not planning to participate, maybe are now pork domestic marketing Vice President AG. Krieger says a special real ifan is underway on social media, and she says they're promoting a new recent cooking temperature, reminding consumers not to over Cook and therefore dry out your favorite. Really Lean, and so you really need to only cook it to about one hundred and forty five degrees. of a three minute rests after that cooking tiny. Pull it off the grill, and it's absolutely delicious, and it really is very quick to grill also tasty, if cooked properly doubt. She says it's really important. To get that message across, so consumers have strong eating experiences more and more continue to cook their own meals at home. Eleven forty seven reads the big show clock, and those are three big things you need to know. Association is driven to deliver soybean demand biodiesel made from a broad range of feedstocks, including soybean oil ads, almost one dollar to the market value of every Bushel of soybeans, biodiesel growing. It demanded use it. Well Nathan. Do you have a favorite cut pork? Maybe the you're going to throw on the grill here. I mean. We have to sell grilling do. You know I, just remembered in your three big things. That was national growing damn trying to find the facebook stream here sounds good. Has There doing a live event a grill thon today? Why not because it was like an international holiday? Don't you think? We'll talk more about that. Check the pioneers the text line here coming up. On the big show..

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on GONE

GONE

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on GONE

"Welcome to our first episode of solved murders. True Crime Mysteries Apar- cast original I'm your host Carter Roy and I'm your host Wendy Mackenzie while we park cast love exploring the open ended mysteries of our first show unsolved murders, some of the most fascinating crimes of the ones where the bad guys get caught in the end. That's why every Wednesday we'll tell you. The Tales of actual closed cases and reveal how some of life's greatest murder mysteries were solved in part one where you will introduce you to the victims, the mystery of their deaths and the initial steps investigators took towards finding their killer in part to will take you through all the dramatic twists and turns of the investigation and finally reveal have the suspect. Suspect was caught in the murder was solved. You can find episodes of solve murders and all other par- cast originals for free exclusively on spotify to stream, solved murders for free on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the clutter family, a picture, perfect household of four who were found senselessly murdered in their home of Holcomb Kansas. This week we'll dive into the lives of the clippers up to their last day on Earth, then we'll discuss the discovery of their tragic deaths on November Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Next week will cover how the case went from hometown for to a nationally infamous true crime saga, a story that would be forever immortalized in Truman. CAPOTE's groundbreaking book in cold blood. Most people in Finney County Kansas new the clippers well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation was something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years herb was known as a good natured, young man who is intelligent and ambitious to boot qualities that got him far and his small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen, thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department and well liked by his peers, but his life hit high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey Mom. Wanted me to drop. Oh You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister I'm his friend Herb Herb Clutter Bonnie. My brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe at Church? I think I have seen you. Hey. Maybe next week we should sit together. Talk about the sermon. You know what? I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before her proposed the couple married in nineteen, thirty four, when her was twenty, three and Bonnie was twenty years old when her pet graduated college, the couple moved to Garden City Kansas there her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agents where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in agriculture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent. After just seven months on the job, things were once again looking for her clutter. As, he lay down roots in Garden City. He made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Bonnie, incredibly likeable, and the clutter became mainstays in many local social clubs, yeah. His thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land and starting a farm, where could truly provide for his growing family wrote in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty six bunny, gave birth to their first daughter Viana then three years later in one, thousand, nine, thirty, nine. They had their second daughter. Beverly inspired by Beverly Birth. twenty-eight-year-old herb finally decided to take out a substantial loan to lease some land that year her publicly announced his resignation as the county's agricultural agent, but some of the older men in town found his youthful determination highly amusing. Or Clutter get over here. We heard you might be starting your own farm. You to heard right. That's fine her. You always know what's best to do. On the other fellows land plant this terrorist. You might think differently if the place was your own now. You might think differently if you actually listen to me for a change. That's right. You all boys I'm about to show you how a college man gets. Things done well good luck or good luck spurred on by the community herb leased land in Holcomb Kansas the small town, only seven miles west of Garden City. He named his new property river valley farm, due to its proximity to the Arkansas. River herb set to work immediately and begin toiling away for eighteen hours a day building his land up to what he'd always. Always imagined, and his efforts paid off in a surprisingly short period of time, he grew, is small operation into an expansive outfits, sprawling across thirty eight hundred acres of farmland, eight hundred acres of which he had purchased outright, he raised hundreds of sheep and cattle, while cultivating wheat, Milo, seed and grass seed. During busy seasons. He needed eighteen employees to keep his business running smoothly. It was clear to everyone in Finney county that herbs success was harder. And soon he became one of the most prominent farmers in the region. Some accredited his achievements to his college education while others believed his religious devotion was to thank as a devout methodist, he believed that any drug or stimulant was sinful. He refused to drink coffee, and it never touched an alcoholic drink in his life. Herb was so again spirits. He even brought it up when interviewing his farmhands. Heard good things about you and your resume seems to be in order, but before I get you a contract Tell me do you drink in my younger days? I had a bit of a wild streak. That's too bad, but diet had a liquor drink in seven years. I swear it Well years is a long time. But I warn you I have no tolerance for drink on my farm or near my farmhands. If I hear a single whisper that you've been harboring alcohol, you'll be out the door. Do you understand me. Yes, sir, good now. I'll get you that contract and we'll get you started. I think you'll like working on river valley far. Well, her was merciless. When it came to his no alcohol policy, he was widely regarded as a great employer. He paid well was a friendly boss, and was known to give his employees bonuses on a regular basis. Most of his hired hands thought giving up. Alcohol was well worth the tradeoff whatever the cause of herbs success his farm continued to grow, and his family grew right along with it. On January, second nineteen forty-three Bonny gave birth to their third daughter Nancy May, and less than two years later, their fourth child and only son followed. They named him Kenyan Neil. The clutter family had grown to be six strong and to accommodate their expansion herb, designed and built his own. TWO STORY FARMHOUSE! He also constructed a smaller home on the property for his full-time ranch hand Alfred Stock, line and his wife and children. River valley foreign became a peaceful and prosperous place. The clutter children followed in their father's footsteps, all of them, becoming popular straight a students.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Kingpins

"Welcome to our first episode of solved murders. True Crime Mysteries Apar- cast original I'm your host Corduroy in I'm your host Wendy Mackenzie, while we park has love exploring the open ended mysteries of our first show, unsolved murders, some of the most fascinating crimes of the ones where the bad guys get caught in the end. That's why every Wednesday we'll tell you. The Tales of actual closed cases and reveal how some of life's greatest murder mysteries were solved in part one where you will introduce you to the victims, the mystery of their deaths and the initial. Initial steps investigators took towards finding their killer in part to will take you through all the dramatic twists and turns of the investigation, and finally reveal how the suspect was caught in the murder was solved. You can find episodes of solve murders, and all other podcast cast originals for free exclusively on spotify to stream solved murders free on spotify just open. The APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the clutter family, a picture, perfect household of four who were found senselessly murdered in their home of Holcomb Kansas. This week we'll dive into the lives of the clippers up to their last day on Earth, then we'll discuss the discovery of their tragic deaths on November, Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Next week will cover how the case went from hometown horror to a nationally infamous true crime saga, a story that would be forever immortalized in Truman. CAPOTE's groundbreaking book in cold blood. Most people in Finney County Kansas new the clutter as well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation was something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years, herb was known as a good natured, young man who was intelligent and bishop to boot qualities that got him far and his small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen, thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department and well liked by his peers what his life had high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey Mom wanted me to drop. Oh! You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister. I'm his friend Herb Herb Clutter Bonnie my brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe at Church? I think I have seen you there. Hey. Maybe next week we should sit together. Talk about the sermon. You know what? I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before her proposed. The couple married in nineteen, thirty, four, her was twenty, three and Bonnie was twenty years old. Graduated College, the couple moved to Garden City Kansas there. Her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agent where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in agriculture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent. After just seven months on the job, things were once again looking for her clutter. As he lay down roots in Garden City he made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Advani. Incredibly likeable, and the is became mainstays in many local social clubs. Despite his thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land in starting a farm where he could truly provide for his growing family. In one thousand, nine, hundred, thirty six bunny, gave birth to their first daughter Viana then three years later in nineteen, thirty nine. They had their second daughter Beverly inspired by Beverly Birth twenty-eight-year-old Herb, finally decided to take out a substantial loan to lease some. That year her publicly announced his resignation as the county's agricultural agent, but some of the older men in town found his youthful determination highly highly amusing. Or Clutter get over here. We heard you might be starting your own farm. You to heard right. That's fine her. You always know what's best to do. On the other fellows land plant this terrorist that you might think differently. If the place was your own now you might think. If, you actually listen to me for a change. That's right you all boys I'm about to show you how a college man gets. Things done well good luck or good luck spurred on by the community herb leased land in Holcombe Kansas Small Town, only seven miles west of Garden City. He named his new property river valley farm, due to its proximity to the Arkansas. River herb set to work immediately and begin toiling away for eighteen hours a day, building his land up to what he'd always imagined and his efforts paid off in. In, a surprisingly short period of time he grew, is small operation into an expansive outfit, sprawling across thirty eight hundred acres of farmland, eight hundred acres of which he had purchased outright, he raised hundreds of sheep and cattle while cultivating wheat, Milo seed and grass seed. During busy seasons. He needed eighteen employees to keep his business running smoothly. It was clear to everyone in Finney county that herbs success was harder, and and soon he became one of the most prominent farmers in the region. Some accredited his achievements to his college education. While others believed his religious devotion was to thank as a devout methodist, he believed that any drug or stimulant was sinful. He refused to drink coffee, and it never touched an alcoholic drink in his life. Herb was so against spirits. He even brought it up when interviewing his farmhands. Heard good things about you and your resume seems to be.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Welcome to our first episode of solved murders. True Crime Mysteries Apar- cast original I'm your host Carter, Roy and I'm your host Wendy Mackenzie while we park cast love exploring the open ended mysteries of our first show, unsolved murders, some of the most fascinating crimes of the ones where the bad guys get caught in the end. That's why every Wednesday we'll tell you. The Tales of actual closed cases and reveal how some of life's greatest murder mysteries were solved in part one where you will introduce you to the victims, the mystery of their deaths and the initial steps investigators took towards finding their killer in part to will take you through all the dramatic twists and turns of the investigation and finally reveal have the suspect. Suspect was caught in the murder was solved. You can find episodes of solve murders and all other par-. CAST originals for free exclusively on spotify to stream solved murders for free on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the clutter family, a picture, perfect household of four who were found senselessly murdered in their home, of holcomb, Kansas. This week we'll dive into the lives of the clippers up to their last day on earth. Then we'll discuss the discovery of their tragic deaths on November Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Next week will cover how the case went from hometown for to a nationally infamous true crime saga, a story that would be forever immortalized in Truman Capote's groundbreaking book in cold blood. Most people in Finney, county Kansas new the clippers well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation was something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years herb was known as a good natured, young man who is intelligent and ambitious to boot qualities that got him far and his small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen. Thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department and well liked by his peers, but his life hit high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey, mom wanted me to drop off. Oh. You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister I'm his friend. Herb Herb Clutter Bonnie. My brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe at Church I? Think I have seen you. Hey. Maybe next week. We should sit together. Talk about the sermon. You know what? I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness, Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before her proposed. The couple married in nineteen, thirty four, when her was twenty, three and Bonnie was twenty years old when her pet graduated college, the couple moved to Garden City, Kansas, there her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agents where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in agriculture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent after just seven months on the job, things were once again looking for her clutter. As he lay down roots in Garden City. He made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Bonnie incredibly likeable, and the clutter became mainstays in many local social clubs. Yeah, despite his thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land and starting a farm where could truly provide for his growing family wrote in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, six bunny gave birth to their first daughter Viana. Then three years later in one, thousand, nine, thirty, nine, they had their second daughter Beverly inspired by Beverly Birth twenty-eight-year-old Herb, finally decided to take out a substantial loan to lease some land that year her publicly announced his resignation as the county's agricultural agent, but some of the older men in town found his youthful determination highly amusing. Or Clutter get over here. We heard you might be starting your own farm. You to heard right. That's fine her. You always know what's best to do. On the other fellows land plant this terrorist. You might think differently. If the place was your own now you might think. Listen to me for a change. That's right you all boys. I'm about to show you how a college man gets. Things done well good luck or good luck spurred on by the community herb leased land in Holcomb Kansas, the small town, only seven miles west of Garden City. He named his new property river valley farm, due to its proximity to the Arkansas River herb set to work immediately and begin toiling away for eighteen hours a day building his land up to what he'd always. Always imagined and his efforts paid off in a surprisingly short period of time he grew, is small operation into an expansive outfits, sprawling across thirty eight hundred acres of farmland, eight hundred acres of which he had purchased outright, he raised hundreds of sheep and cattle, while cultivating wheat, Milo seed and grass seed. During busy seasons. He needed eighteen employees to keep his business running smoothly. It was clear to everyone in Finney County. That herbs success was harder. And soon he became one of the most prominent farmers in the region. Some accredited his achievements to his college education. While others believed his religious devotion was to thank as a devout methodist, he believed that any drug or stimulant was sinful. He refused to drink coffee, and it never touched an alcoholic drink in his life. Herb was so again spirits. He even brought it up when interviewing his farmhands. Heard good things about you and your resume seems to be in order,.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Welcome to our first episode of solved murders, true crime mysteries apar-. CAST original I'm your host Carter Roy and I'm your host. Wendy Mackenzie while we park cast love exploring the open ended mysteries of our first show, unsolved murders, some of the most fascinating crimes of the ones where the bad guys get caught in the end. That's why every Wednesday we'll tell you. The Tales of actual closed cases and reveal how some of life's greatest murder mysteries were solved in part one where you will introduce you to the victims, the mystery of their deaths and the initial steps investigators took towards finding their killer in part to will take you through all the dramatic twists and turns of the investigation and finally reveal have the suspect. Suspect was caught in the murder was solved. You can find episodes of solve murders, and all other par- cast originals for free exclusively on spotify to stream, solved murders for free on spotify just open. The APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the clutter family, a picture, perfect household of four who were found senselessly murdered in their home of Holcomb Kansas. This week we'll dive into the lives of the clippers up to their last day on earth. Then we'll discuss the discovery of their tragic deaths on November Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Next week will cover how the case went from hometown for to a nationally infamous true crime saga. Story. That would be forever immortalized in Truman Capote's groundbreaking book in cold blood. Most people in Finney County Kansas new the clippers well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation was something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years. was known as a good natured, young man who is intelligent and ambitious to boot qualities that got him far and his small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen, thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department, and well liked by his peers, but his life hit high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey Mom wanted me to drop off. Oh. You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister. I'm his friend herb herb clutter. Bonnie my brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe at Church I? Think I have seen you. Hey. Maybe next week we should sit together. Talk about the sermon you know what? I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before her proposed. The couple married in nineteen, thirty four when her was twenty, three and Bonnie was twenty years old when her pet graduated college. The couple moved to Garden City Kansas there. Her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agents where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in agriculture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent. After just seven months on the job, things were once again looking for her clutter. As he lay down roots in Garden City. He made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Bonnie, incredibly likeable, and the clutter became mainstays in many local social clubs. Yeah, despite his thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land and starting a farm, where could truly provide for his growing family wrote in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, six bunny gave birth to their first daughter. Viana, then three years later in one, thousand, nine, thirty nine, they had their second daughter Beverly inspired by Beverly Birth twenty-eight-year-old Herb, finally decided to take out a substantial loan to lease some land that year her publicly announced his resignation as the county's agricultural agent, but some of the older men in town found his youthful determination highly amusing. Or Clutter get over here. We heard you might be starting your own farm. You to heard right. That's fine her. You always know what's best to do. On the other fellows land plant this terrorist. You might think differently. If the place was your own now you might think. You actually listen to me for a change. That's right. You all boys I'm about to show you how a college man gets. Things done well good luck or good luck spurred on by the community herb leased land in Holcomb Kansas the small town, only seven miles west of Garden City. He named his new property river valley farm, due to its proximity to the Arkansas River herb set to work immediately and begin toiling away for eighteen hours a day, building his land up to what he'd always imagined, and his efforts paid off in a surprisingly short period of time he grew, is small operation into an expansive outfits, sprawling across thirty eight hundred acres of farmland. Eight hundred acres of which he had purchased outright, he raised hundreds of sheep and cattle, while cultivating wheat, Milo seed and grass seed during busy seasons. He needed eighteen employees to keep his business running smoothly. It was clear to everyone in Finney. County that herbs success was harder. And soon he became one of the most prominent farmers in the region. Some accredited his achievements to his college education. While others believed his religious devotion was to thank as a devout methodist, he believed that any drug or stimulant was sinful. He refused to drink coffee, and it never touched an alcoholic drink in his life. Herb was so again spirits. He even brought it up when interviewing his farmhands. Heard good things about you and your resume seems to be.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WTOP

"Of Pentecost you'll be the first public masses held there more than two months parishes will be allowed to celebrate mass at one third capacity only if a local jurisdiction is allowing religious services for more than ten people and the Paris is taking all the precautions necessary for sanitizing and maintaining social distance if a local pastor determines it is not safe the masses do not have to be held for the price of beef is skyrocketed during the pandemic we've heard the reasons from some of the meatpacking industries major producers but what exactly is going on here new questions surfacing about the spike in prices how much control the major producers have on the business and now there is word of an expanded probe into this I spoke via Skype with political anti trust reporter Leah Nyland retail prices for beef have been going up the U. S. bureau of labor statistics they measure it monthly for part of how they calculate inflation and last month the average retail price for fresh beef was six dollars and twenty two cents per pound which is almost a quarter higher than it was a month before the USDA was actually already during an investigation into the beef industry beef meat packing last summer there was a really big fire at a plant in Holcomb Kansas and it sent beef prices spiking because they're only about thirty plants that are processed beef in the entire United States so when one of them goes offline it can actually have a really big impact so the USDA already have that investigation on going and they decided to expand that into how the corona virus pandemic his influence pricing but the other thing that has happened is the U. S. department of justice is now also going to take a look at it they have the authority to look free dental antitrust violations a lab read a bit more about how the prices have changed recently not just the retail price of beef but also the cost which producers are buying steer seems to be a big difference there are costs which the producers the big meat packing companies like Tyson's JBS Cargill and national beef by cattle it's based on a hundred pounds you know like a cow is the issue you're usually several hundred pounds but the USDA measures it weekly and they give it per hundred pounds so usually it can be anywhere between a hundred and thirty five and maybe a hundred and seventy but towards the end of April they were selling for less than a hundred dollars per hundred pounds depending on the investigation finds could this lead to a further break up of the apparent monopoly that some of the big names have on the industry that is a possibility the US doesn't do a lot of break ups in the nineteen seventies the biggest companies on the control about thirty but today the big four control eighty five percent of the market so there definitely have been some calls for breaking up the supply chain now that this investigation is expanded to have any idea when we'll hear the results of the probe so the USDA's report had been expected to spring but now that the pandemic is being taken into it it's definitely gonna take several more months the justice department can take a while to do this sort of an investigation our year two years it's not unheard of that's political anti trust reporter Lian Island via Skype eleven fourteen working together they say as a region is critical to keeping covert nineteen under control we need a new way of acting and behaving to mitigate the rest Dr Lisa locker Markakis senior director of infection prevention for the Johns Hopkins health system was one of five local health experts on a video panel Tuesday Dr Georges Benjamin executive director of the American public health association everyone who gets inspected on average infects you want to be and if you think about that is it creates a chain of sex to break that chain Benjamin says fifty to seventy percent of the population needs to be impacted or there needs to be a combination of infection and the vaccine that revolve WTOP news many Medicare is Appian's could pay less for insulin under a deal president trump just announced Medicare recipients to pick a drug plan offering to do insulin benefit would pay no more than thirty five dollars a month it.

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Much John it's time for the winter US business minute with Steve Burke trend wind the clock it's time for the winter as business manager daily roundup of Chicago area business news the hotels in Chicago are essentially empty occupancy at downtown hotels was at seven percent last week that's actually up from five point nine percent the week before but down ninety one percent from where it was a year ago crane says Groupon is for allowing significant portions of its sales force and sales operations teams as stay at home orders because many of the daily deal companies mainstays restaurants gyms things like that to shut down the company declined to say how many employees are being affected but it had about a thousand workers at the end of the year and McDonald says the outbreak of corona virus has reversed what had been strong sales growth so it's withdrawing its revenue guidance for the year I'm Steve Bertrand that's the Wintrust business minutes and it's twelve forty two it's time for WGN radio traffic with Lauren lapkus as of today CTA bus riders will only be allowed to board and exit via the back door to help with social distancing also with buses become crowded the driver is permitted to by pass the stop majority of buses and trains continue to run with limited service so be sure to check schedules ahead of time Larnaca WGN traffic central last I checked Steve the markets were up about five hundred where are we now not quite there for seventy two for the Dow the nasdaq up ninety one of the S. and P. five hundred and fifty seven million Samuelson's looking AT the agribusiness scene go ahead or in what do you got well the numbers of the agricultural trade is generally better than in the stock market today were higher on July we did set up six and three quarters cents a bushel and the the July corn is up three quarters of a cent the July soybeans up seven and three quarters cents a bushel mercantilist strains wives stock futures working beginning to turn red on the screen there June lean hog contract down two dollars seventy seven cents a hundredweight the April live cattle contract is up ninety five cents and then the April feeder cattle contract down ninety seven cents a hundredweight well accompanied that normally produces a lot of farm equipment for the world today at there's seating factory in Moline Illinois Deere and company started bird direction of protective face shields for health care workers it started today and the deer company expects to produce twenty five thousand face shields in the initial stage of production but they bordered materials and supplies to produce an additional two hundred thousand of face shields the U. S. department of agriculture said yesterday it will investigate why a surgeon beef prices due to the virus and hoarding did not translate into higher cattle prices for farmers that announcement by secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue this morning the investigation add some scrutiny on the small group of meat companies like Tyson foods and Cargill and Purdue and deb Fischer who is a U. S. senator from Nebraska said this is a good decision to address potentially unfair practices the investigation will expand a review that USDA launched into the beef market in August after the fire the Tyson foods plant in Holcomb Kansas sent beef prices soaring but at the same time cattle prices moved sharply lower so we will await the outcome of that investigation by the US department of agriculture and the again we repeat the world pork expo in the morning I would normally held in early June is cancelled for this year because of the corona virus epidemic and that's the second cancellation in a row it was canceled last year because of the spread of the African swine fever and finally one more node in the World Trade picture and of course our agriculture is a world industry today the Andrea Brazil which is our biggest competitor in the soybean market well soybean exports from Brazil will hit a new monthly record in April a Brazilian soybean exports could probably hit thirteen point five million tonnes being sold into international markets China is expected to concentrate its slowing purchases on Brazil in the first half of twenty twenty making the country's cumulative sales to China likely to surpass normal levels that's your money on seven twenty WGN at sprint our priority is keeping you safe during these uncertain times shop from the safety of your home at sprint dot com for the best new phone deals like the Samsung galaxy S. twenty five G. lease.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The daily limit soybeans doing a little better they're down anywhere from eleven and a half to thirteen and a quarter cents a bushel based on this forecast that's going to generate a lot more questions than it answered crime conditions that report will be out this afternoon and traders are expecting them to show corn dropping to fifty six percent good to excellent soybeans fifty three percent good to excellent and thirty eight hundred meat plant workers are out of a job today not because of I use but because of fire me processor Tyson foods said today it will rebuild its plant in Holcomb Kansas after a fire destroyed the facility last weekend and it added that full time active employees will be paid weekly until production resumes but there are thirty eight hundred people work at that plant fortunately no injuries or deaths reported three state prayers for you to attend this week the Indiana state fair the I was stayed there and of course the Illinois state fair on through Sunday I'll be at the Illinois state there tomorrow for agriculture day and the auction of the grand champions that's your money on seven twenty WGN thanks very much orient channel since the bird trend here it's twelve fifty two you're listening to the wind trust business lunch here on seven twenty WGN Amy good is in the studio she is the host of the daily just the podcast from Crain's Chicago business you can check it out at WGN radio dot com thanks you got a freezing in here today it's not I'm so close what are usually I'm pretty cold so I I'll usually aligned I know there's a whole guy girl thing I'm a gallon either Ireland it then that come yeah you usually on our team about the coldness in the office okay so theres a story I you know in college admissions it's all over the.

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Tyson to rebuild plant after fire, assures weekly pay for full-time workers

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Tyson to rebuild plant after fire, assures weekly pay for full-time workers

"And thirty eight hundred meat plant workers are out of a job today not because of I use but because of fire me processor Tyson foods said today it will rebuild its plant in Holcomb Kansas after a fire destroyed the facility last weekend and it added that full time active employees will be paid weekly until production resumes but there are thirty eight hundred people work at that plant fortunately no injuries or deaths

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

"In shoreline are demanding action from their woke leaders to help immigrants and refugees. They displayed banner at shoreline city hall. The students want their elected officials to create a welcoming environment for immigrants and refugees and shoreline the greater Seattle area. The demonstration was organized by youth led ish or would Amnesty International a Seattle literary memorabilia dealer wins in court following an attempt to block publication of notes the investigation into the murders. Chronicled and Truman Capote's book in cold blood. Details now from komo's Eric Hines. Cantu. Appeals court rules debt state must pay almost one hundred and seventy thousand dollars in legal fees after trying to stop dealer, Gary McEvoy and Ronald NY the son of the cases lead investigator herald NY from publication the book, which Capote call nonfiction novel broad decades of attention to the slayings of four members of a Holcomb Kansas family in. Nineteen fifty nine in called blood has sold millions of copies never been out of print since its publication in nineteen sixty six A judge ruled twenty fourteen that Rodel ni- could use the notebooks as the basis for a new book Kansas had argued material belong to the state because herald NY was a state employee. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Congress is looking into the high cost of insulin and other drugs. Details from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Hearing scheduled for tomorrow morning to try to figure out why the cost of insulin and Canada is less than a tenth of what it is here in the US. Dr Earl Hersh with you medicine have more people rationing and slim than ever before we don't know how many people with type one diabetes have died because they can't get their insulin. But we know the number is going up. He says many of his patients are going to Canada Europe or even Asia to get cost effective life saving drugs. Tomorrow's hearing. We'll be in front of the house oversight and investigations subcommittee. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news investigator, say rape. Twin while posing as an Uber driver was released twice before he was finally arrested. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan asked the King County sheriff's office. Why one woman claims he raped her? Another says he tried to force his way into her home a third woman. According to police says he tried to coerce her into his car, Israel, romo's has been charged with first degree rape and ordered held on seven hundred fifty thousand dollars bail in charges senior deputy prosecutor Emily Peterson said, quote, the state believes that if the defendant is released from custody he will commit another violent and sexually motivated offense. According to charges on the night of April second deputy say Romo showed up at a police precinct to clear his name. He was questioned and released his wife went from there to his accusers house. She dialed nine one one in deputies arrived. He was arrested and again released he was taken to jail after being arrested at his lawyer's office. The next day. The sheriff's office says detectives didn't feel like they had a strong enough case to arrest Romo suit.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

"That has caught that supply chain lemme mentioned off guard. For example, Wichita Kansas based spirit Aerosystems makes the fuselage for the max spirit tells the Seattle times it will continue normal production levels for now, but says it will have to store some of its completed work on site instead of shipping to Regine. Meantime, Boeing says it will lay off no local workers during the slowdown. Boeing stock closed down four point four percent at the end of trading Monday. Corwin hake. Komo news today is opening day for a new Seattle housing complex designed to get people off the streets. This is a Seattle and king county's Clement place in the Lipton springs neighborhood and north Ninety-six and Aurora avenue north Clement place will house one hundred people escaping homelessness official. Say the units there will provide around the clock support health and counseling services to some of the city's most vulnerable adults. Let's come us. Ryan Yamamoto people staying at a tiny home village in Seattle art threatening to go on strike for two weeks. Residents of three villages have walked their gates to the provider and city officials in a dispute over who should run the camps there. The guys in the orange vests wearing tiny cameras hired by the low income housing institute to wrestle control of fellow village. Surprising residents early in the morning by entering the locked camp. When the garbage was taken out. Well, those gates padlocked after lie high fired nickelsville because neither side could agree on how to run the camps and barring of residents who break the rules that many things come in for the safety and wellbeing of the resumes. That's it. They rushed in with the police full force. There's been a hostile takeover. Now residents say they will stop cleaning and providing security altogether, the citizens advise. Serie councils of the fellow and north villages sent a letter to the mayor critical of the city's handling of the dispute and have asked for a mediator. We've reached out to the city, but if not heard back, but it's almost Kelly coupons a homeless Bill of rights a draft of the proposed legislation is making its way through the Spokane city council if passed it would make public facilities more accessible to the homeless harassment and intimidation would be prohibited. And the belongings of those on the streets could not be confiscated Phil Tyler candidate for city council. President says this goes too far in pits citizens against Spokane police Seattle literary memorial literary memorabilia dealer wins in court following an attempt to block publication of notes from the investigation into the murders. Chronicled in Truman Capote's book in cold blood. Details from komo's Eric Heintz. Kansas appeals court rules that state must pay almost one hundred and seventy thousand dollars in legal fees after trying to stop dealer, Gary McEvoy and Ronald ni-. By the son of the cases lead investigator herald, NY from publication the book, which Capote called a nonfiction novel broad decades of attention to the slayings of four members of a Holcomb Kansas family in nineteen fifty nine in cold blood has sold millions of copies and never been out of print since its publication in nineteen sixty six A judge ruled in two thousand fourteen that Ronald ni- could use the notebooks as the basis for a new book Kansas had argued the material belong to the state because herald NY was a state employee. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Komo news time one forty that. Brings us to sports this apprising Seattle. Mariners trying to keep it rolling in Kansas City. More from komo's Bill Swartz highly exterior sports desk, Marco Gonzalez, takes his three zero record to the mound in Kansas City tonight is the first place Seattle. Mariners try to keep it rolling against the royals. Seattle won the series opener. Thirteen five last night while the M's batter socked five more home runs. The bullpen gets a lot of credit holding down the fort after a dizzy. Felix Hernandez had to leave after all late one inning to come Ranier launch their PC L home. Baseball scheduled tonight weather permitting against the El Paso CHee-hwa was first pitch at six o five several months after firing Steve Alford the UCLA Bruins finally found a new basketball coach Mick Cronin. Leave Cincinnati after guiding the Bearcats to nine straight NC, double A tournament's. It's a day off for the Washington huskies in spring football workouts guard Jackson Kirkland builds off a redshirt freshman season when he was thrown into the fire. There's like some learning curve beginning, but I mean is getting out there. Experience those big games and definitely helped the laws. So it was awesome. Great you dub spring camp culminates with fan fest and spring preview Saturday, April twenty-seventh at husky stadium. Sports up this is.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

"Twentieth avenue, south and south judkins. The man told police he was hunting rats with an air soft rifle police who lived nearby whatever the city's doing about the homeless crisis isn't working to put their trash. I don't think they want to live with trash all around them. But they may not have an easy way to dispose of it. They cleaned it up one time over here on the freeway. But then they just come right back. The man was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon in a public place. Komo news time ten oh. Eight now and the plan to tax the wealthiest of us nearly nine percent on so-called capital gains was up for discussion. In state Senate ways and means committee yesterday Dennis eagle with the Washington federation of state employees told the committee there seems to be marriage penalty in the Bill of this is the first one we've seen drafted where it's a two hundred thousand dollar exclusion rather than doubling if your married filing jointly Ganji who represents a states independent grocer says her group appreciates the attempt at a small business exemption without new revenue. We will. Continue to see staggering disparities in kindergarten readiness and parents will continue to struggle to afford childcare and preschool, the Bill still needs to go before the committee for a vote on whether to move it forward time's running out for these and other bills now in budget related committees. They have to be passed by five today to survive this session at were Auburn woman accused of murdering her husband while he slept pleads not guilty yesterday. Judge set bail at five million dollars for Juliana Selo calling her a flight risk. Prosecutors say she shot her husband three years ago, then called nine one one a burglar broken and did it during the course of the investigation police determined. She had been cheating on her husband Seattle literary memorabilia dealer in wins in court after an attempt to block publication of notes from the investigation into the murders of chronicled in Truman Capote's book in cold blood, the Kansas appeals court rules that state must pay almost one hundred and seventy thousand dollars in legal fees after trying to stop dealer, Gary McEvoy and Ronald NY the son of the cases lead investigator herald. By from publication the book, which Capote called a nonfiction novel. Brought decades of attention to the slayings of four members of a Holcomb Kansas family in nineteen fifty nine in cold blood has sold millions of copies and never been out of print since its publication in nineteen sixty six A judge ruled in two thousand fourteen that Ronald ni- could use the notebooks as the basis for a new book Kansas had argued the material belong to the state because Harold Nye was a state employee. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. It's eleven ten to check out at the exterior sports desk as the Mariners continue the road trip. And after last night continued to set records major league records with thirty two homers through twelve games. That's more than any team has ever set through a dozen games in major league history tonight. They're air in Kansas City after a thirteen five win to open the series against the royals last night. Marco Gonzales gets a star for the Mariners with a chance to become the first four game winner in the majors this year. Also getting the Seahawks new preseason schedule. They just made the announcement. The first games will be the weekend of August eighth through eleventh. Through the Denver Denver Broncos. And it's Minnesota Vikings Sunday August eighteenth. Then the Los Angeles chargers on the road and the raiders at home to wrap up the preseason schedule which again begins that weekend of August eighth through eleventh with Denver at CenturyLink field. And huskies continued the spring camp yesterday still looking for some healthy pass catchers as we hear from komo's Bill Swartz, Washington. Receiving core. Bit depleted Aaron fuller sitting out practices after a medical procedure tied Jones has his arm in a sling redshirt sophomore, Terrell bynum looking good making the most of more reps with first team offense. I.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

"On I ninety called the police over the weekend. When I thought someone you're a homeless encampment was pointing a gun at them along I ninety near twentieth avenue south and south judkins turns out the man told police he was hunting rats with an air soft rifle people who live nearby say whatever the city's doing about the homeless crisis isn't working. Supposed to put their trash. I don't think they want to live with trash around him. But they may not have an easy way to dispose of it. They've cleaned it up one time over here on the freeway. But then they just come right back by the by the way, the man was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon in a public place. The plan to tax the wealthy of us. Nearly nine percent on so-called capital gains was up for discussion in the state Senate ways and means committee yesterday Dennis eagle with the Washington federation of state employees told the committee seems to be marriage penalty in the Bill of this is the first one we've seen drafted where it's a two hundred thousand dollars exclusion rather than doubling if you're married filing jointly. Jan gee, who represents the states independent. Grocer says her group appreciates the attempt at a small business exemption without new revenue. We will continue to see staggering disparities in kindergarten readiness and parents will continue to struggle to afford childcare and preschool Bill still needs to go before the committee for a vote on whether to move it forward ties running out for these at other bills now in budget related committees that have to be passed by five pm. Today to survive this session and Auburn woman accused of murdering her husband as he slept pleaded not guilty yesterday. A judge set bail at five billion dollars for Julie at cello. Calling. Her a flight risk. Prosecutors say she shot her husband to death three years ago, then called nine one one to say a burglar broken ended at during the course of the investigation police determined. She was cheating on her husband Seattle literary memorabilia dealer wins in court after an attempt to block publication of notes from the investigation into the murders. Chronicled in Truman Capote's book in cold blood. The story from komo's Erik Heintz. Kansas appeals court rules that state must pay almost one hundred and seventy thousand dollars in legal fees after trying to stop dealer, Gary McEvoy and Ronald NY the son of the cases lead investigator herald NY from publication the book, which Capote called a nonfiction novel. Brought decades of attention to the slayings of four members of a Holcomb Kansas family in nineteen fifty nine in cold blood has sold millions of copies and never been out of print since its publication. In nineteen sixty six A judge ruled in two thousand fourteen that Ronald ni- could use the notebooks as the basis for a new book Kansas had argued the material belong to the state because herald NY was a state employee. Eric Heintz, KOMO news, and arson investigation has been launched in Snohomish county. Flames spread quickly damaging to cars at a garage before. It was put out a fire happened yesterday in the one hundred ninety seven hundred block of twenty-six drive southeast.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on 20/20

"Store. Everything was was set to go. So they can start the interrogation we've moved into a room that we have prepared. And he started talking kind of danced around for one. They didn't think that they kept biological specimens from the crimes that he committed all these years, and then they brought up the DNA and they could nail. Anyway, NA, right. Jake, get out your. Total transferring Hasley Rory is there, and is it the almost the exact three Aramark than being in the room. And you said you got me, I'm be decay. Issue. They're talking to later and Lieutenant land where pulls up in a ziplock evidence baggie with the purple floppy disk, and he slides it in front of raider and says, no what this is Dan astray of starts poking his finger forcefully on this floppy dense. And he says I got a question. I'm gonna ask you this asking Bush. Sure. I was trying to get. L says while I was trying to catch it. It took a while for Dennis Rader to start talking. But once he did he told police more than they bargained for the list of reteach as victims is growing two unsolved murders from the eighties nineties now tied to the serial killer, the murders, marine hedge and Dolores Davis. He spills everything in detail. It's a good cover for guy like me about slip away. He becomes so comfortable that during break when he's asked to put his name on a Cup of drink that he has he writes BT K on the Cup as his name while I don't admire him. His memory was admirable. I mean that guy. Remember those scenes the belt that I use the Bello were hitter comeback. From it's bad. That she ruins. He spoke for over thirty hours. Just into system. It's. And he showed no remorse. No regret. The only regret he showed during this was that there weren't more victims that if he wouldn't have had a family that held him back. He would have been able to do and kill more people. Did you ever think? There was anything scary about your father. All this time. Growing up. Not scary. No. I mean unsettling at times like you might get spanked or get yelled at or barked at for something small like as a parent. Now, I realized that happens in a lot of family, right? There's no foreshadowing spent a lot of time at her house. It's still doesn't even really creeped me out knowing you know, like I was like sleeping on the couch. And you know, he was there like because there's nothing about him that really put me off one minute. You had a man in your life. Who you thought was a loving father the next minute. He's a serial killer. Right. I had to learn how to grieve the loss of some. Money. I loved very much debt. No one else flopped anymore. He told us that we would discover what he termed his mother look. What did you make? Dr Catherine ram slant. My area of expertise is primarily serial killers. When Dennis Rader was arrested in two thousand five I saw this as a very unique opportunity for me to use. What I knew about serial killers to structure a book by a serial killer. I wrote letters he wrote multiple letters long letters back to me we talked on the phone every single week, and I visited him in the prison. Dennis Rader arrested on Friday in Wichita knee has confessed. There. There's no question we had, you know, not only DNA we had all the evidence. We're getting this house ski told us that we would discover what he termed his mother low information that covered from the Otero murders all the way through the worst Davis. There were journals and trying he had materials that he collected from each of his victims, clothing, car keys. He had compartments everywhere. He had false bottoms in closet. He had stepped in the crawlspace had Stephanou tree house. He had made his kids. And there were Polaroid's himself in his auto erotic activities that the police initially thought were male victims that they didn't know about what we would discover his photographs of himself where he would be dressed up as female on. Sometimes he would have a mask on a wig, and he would be tied up. He lets Cressey himself up and bras and underwear torturing himself a hanging from trees taking photographs of himself half buried with a polaroid camera that he'd hook up to his foot and pull the trigger thousands of pictures with a polaroid took the photos of himself to relive the experiences. That was part of what he needed to be aroused. What did you make all that horrified to have somebody that seems so Primin proper to find out that was his other side to dash just weird like remove all the crimes just that is like shocking, Syria. Killers have a pattern usually they're abused as children he flatly denied any physical abuse sexual abuse all of the hallmarks of a person that turns into a serial killer. He claimed he didn't have a very very healthy fantasy line raider head at a very young age connected. Sexual excitement with violence in November nineteen Fifty-nine about two hundred miles west of which taught in a town called Holcomb Kansas a family of four was murdered tied with ropes. I Dennis Rader at the age of fourteen was in a car with a girl he had a crush on. He heard this on the radio four members of the Herbert clutter family near Holcomb Kansas is alarming story of the clutter family being murdered in their homes and immediately wanted to kill the girl that was in the car. The in cold blood case in Kansas is so shocking. They make a movie out of it. How I want and we'll cut their throats to Dennis it really taps into his fantasy in obsessions. His reaction was not horror as most people's were. It was arousal attraction. He wanted to do that to for their things in Catherine Rams zones that angered you. Yeah. The book was very personally difficult to read raiders said that this wife one time came home unexpectedly and witnessed him in her slip hanging himself or at least preparing to do. So he tried to explain it. And he says she went to a counselor and was reassured, and this is sort of a man thing, and it wasn't necessarily dangerous or are terrible. But she wanted him to keep it out of the house. Just don't do it in front of me. So I called my mom. I said look these claiming this thing in this book that's about to come out. And I'm like did that happen. She. Like, no, no, no, no. She said like no like virus six times. So then it becomes the issue. Who are you going to believe where are you going to believe the same normal woman? Which is my mother, are you going to believe the narcissistic psychopath that, you know, lies all the time raider does have a lot of psychopathic behaviors, and we know from brain research that they have very shallow emotional roots. So he doesn't have a conscience about lying or deceiving. Manipulating or pretending to be somebody. He's not when you try to sort this out is your dad mentally ill. Or is he able pizza absolutely mentally ill. But he's not insane. He very much knows what he's doing. And what he did. He's just a sick. Sadistic murderer is what it comes down to not some fascinating criminal thank to dismiss Dennis Rader or any other Syra killer or mass murderer as one dimensional being is to make yourself unsafe because you will not spot the real monsters. If you think they're so easy to see. Early on when my father wrote me in two thousand five he said like he's so sorry things got away from him like cotton mouse caught up with him. You will always be my baby girl I raised. Right. Proud independent. Hopefully, someday, your heart woman, and you can forgive me. Life before they arrest was a good time and the dark side took me away. How could you even correspond with him? I mean, people would wonder like why wouldn't you just cut him off? I wasn't corresponding would be to k I'm never corresponding with BT Kay. I'm talking to my father. I've talking to the man that I lived with and loved for twenty six years. I still love my dad today because still love him today. Because I love the man that I knew so, you know, clinically there's perfect like criminologist are psychologists that would say your father's a psychopath, and he's incapable of feeling, but I don't know. I don't know a cycle that. That's not the man, I knew plugged so. Like, I I have tendency to want to compare Malaya's disassociate in say over here for twenty six years assist man that I loved it could sometimes speak rough in a couple of times as abusive, and that's not okay. And then over here is just insane. Tortuous pilot Harper, man. Buy that, man. So if I'm going to get up every morning and live my life. I better come to learn how to get back here when it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Okay i wouldn't do it with a tape recorder and i wouldn't even write it on my little cards but on my cards i'll have little reminders of what i found interesting then i go back to that person so you know when we're walking down the street when a company you to to walmarts or something and i'd like to follow people around and be part of their day did you said something about something let's try to use that because it's really interesting and what i'd like to do is tell you what i thought i heard but then you tell me and helped me make it more accurate and more fully reflective of what you feel there is perhaps no better known pioneer of yacht of new journalism than truman capote who with his punch on full pot stirring seemed to survive on a diet of beijing all those who inhabited he's up close literary circles it's a work of fiction no it's not well capote was discussing his funnel unfinished novel and said pres during that interview with dick cavite in nineteen seventy eight his acidic wit had by his own admission already cost him three friends however it was he's famously nonfiction novel in cold blood published years earlier in nineteen sixty six that really made him a household name the blend of his unique pros with the story of the brutal murder of four members of the same family in a small town in kansas it became an instant sensation but while it may as far as capote is concerned get to the truth of the feeling in the town of holcomb kansas does that equate to truth fact idea that was going to turn into that big thing back in nineteen fiftynine nine when that happened four out here is a big deal because clutter family were from people but at that time in our history when four people got killed.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KOMO

"Get yourself waterproof you'll get to the forecast on the minutes what first is thirteen past the hour wednesday november fifteen the continental congress approved the articles of confederation this day and 1777 they kept going and came up with the constitution eighteen oh six uw one pike spotted the mountaintop that became known as pikes peak general william to come sherman and his troops began their march to the sea this day an eighteen sixty four and the song marching through was written by henry clay work well the first stock ticker was unveiled in new york in 18 sixty seven it was nineteen 1950 nine when the clutter family was murdered in holcomb kansas and that inspired truman capote's nonfiction classic in cold blood 1979 a plane made a forced landing when a package sent by the year the bomber started smoking in its hold and sameday and 1985 a research assistant was injured when a package from the unibond mer blew up at the university of michigan unabomber turned out to be kozinski the number one song that day thirty two year go was this and then they'd get score miami vice jan hammers miami vice theme was number one for a week also 1926 nbc went on the year they wrote a song about the nbc chimes on the nb he denied new phones ring some meaning his law the spoil mode but tell you can go to youtube here the whole thing national broadcasting company debuted with.

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"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"holcomb kansas" Discussed on KELO

"66 in the of the mortgage proof the cast in a couple of minutes what first it is thirteen past the hour wednesday november fifteen the continental congress approved the articles of confederation this day in 1777 they kept going and came up with the constitution eighteen oh six zambia one pike spotted the mountaintop that became known as pikes peak yep general william to come sherman and his troops began their march to the sea this day eighteen 64 marching through georgia was written by henry play work well the first stock ticker was unveiled in new york in eighteen seven it was nineteen fifty nine when the clutter family was murdered in holcomb kansas and that inspired truman capote's nonfiction classic in cold blood 1979 a plane made a forced landing when a package sent by the un the bomber started smoking in its hold and sameday and 1985 a research assistant was injured when a paltrow blew up at the university of michigan the unabomber turned out to be ted kozinski the number one song that day thirty two years ago was this two gene guess go miami vice jan hammers miami vice theme was number one for a week also 1926 nbc went on the year they wrote a song about the nbc chimes on the nbc nine new owns regardless ring so meaning soldiers rockets by the soil mode so you can go to youtube here the whole thing national broadcasting company debuted with.

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