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Fresh update on "hudson" discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Kfi a mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios tragedy on the set of the western film rust. This is in the santa fe new mexico area as actor alec baldwin shot two people one fatally in an incident involving a prop gun. Halina hudson's film cinematographer forty. Two years of age died after being taken by helicopter to the university of new mexico hospital. The shooting victim director. Joel sousa forty eight was injured and taken to a local hospital this according to a piece out of the wall street journal where he is undergoing treatment according to the santa fe county sheriff's office representative for alec baldwin alec baldwin sixty three by the way couldn't be reached immediately comment to the actor stars as harland rust in the film. Now apparently the shooting occurred when mr baldwin discharged a prop gun during the movie. Production at the bonanza creek ranch set on again according to that statement from the santa fe. County sheriff's office. Wait a minute. I thought prop guns shot blanks. How in the heck did this happen. Detectives investigating how and what type of projectile was discharged. This according to the sheriff's office investigators said it appeared on the scene being filmed involve the use of a prop gun when it was discharged. Well obviously ms hudgens who lived in los angeles again. The cinema tom cinematographer who sadly lost her life. Lena hudson's she lived in l. a. was originally from ukraine. She grew up on a soviet military base in the arctic. According to a website and it was just earlier this week that she posted an instagram video of herself on a horse ride in new mexico. Saying one of the perks of shooting a western is that you get to ride horses on your day off but tragedy once again on the set of this Western film rust as alec. Baldwin shot to people killing one. Just ahead shaker..
Google to spend $2.1 billion on Manhattan campus acquisition
"Google is planning to expand its footprint in New York City Google had a presence in New York for over twenty years but now it's planning to buy New York St John's terminal for two point one billion dollars the company's been leasing the former freight facility at five fifty Washington Street and announced that it's making it the anchor of its Hudson square campus chief financial officer reports of the companies looking to invest more than two hundred fifty million dollars in New York this year New York mayor bill de Blasio called it one of the shots in the arms we need as part of our comeback the company forecast the investment lad another fourteen thousand employees in New York City I'm Jennifer king
5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire
"Five people have been killed in an early morning house fire in Akron Ohio three of those who were killed were children four other people were injured neighbor Jean Hudson tells W. E. W. S. TV she was in her home when she heard screams my bedroom window was open and I heard screaming and I looked out the window and saw the flames and I made a living room grabbed the phone and dialed nine one one and yelled at my kids to get out of the house when firefighters got there they found neighbors and relatives trying to get family members out of the burning house the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Rita folate
Death Toll Climbs to 60 Across US' North-Eastern States
"The aftermath from ida continues across the country. At least sixty people are dead across eight states. The storm first made landfall in louisiana almost a week ago as a category four hurricane and the fifth strongest to ever hit the mainland. Us then tore through the northeast slamming new jersey especially hard killing twenty five people there. Many of the victims died trapped in flooding in their cars or at home and many others barely survived. Jennifer veal 'chez lives in elizabeth new jersey town across the hudson river from new york city. She told the ap about the flooding that swamped her neighborhood. It was devastating. Nine o'clock has started getting flooding flooded. Basement that was a little bit of water so the car is getting a little bit more flooded and by the hour was completely bought. Eleven o'clock you couldn't see my fence. People were crying for help across the street. A person got stuck in front of this dumpstered. The firemen were walking hand in hand to get try to rescue people in the bolts. I really thought it was a couple of hours. Maybe hard rain. Nothing to this magnitude.
Hawaii's COVID Rules Turn South Carolina Family's Vacation Into Nightmare
"It's called cova derangement syndrome. It has it has been added to the list of derangement syndromes like trump derangement syndrome. And just ask less besson door for my my buddy. Joey hudson was telling me about less this week. Less went to hawaii from south carolina with his wife and kids and i want you to hear his store less. We really appreciate you joining us. Here on the mike gallagher show because when joey told me about your case i thought i gotta share this with everybody. How are you sir. don't mike thanks for your patience. You and your wife vaccinated your sons. Your sons are fourteen and sixteen correct. That's right and they weren't vaccinated so you wanted to follow all the rules regarding did with the hawaii restrictions we can you walkers through what happened when you got to hawaii Yeah well we've got the hawaii. We got up there playing the a section where the steering people make sure they had all the paperwork and everything that they need to pass the their their rules There was no problem with my wife. And i But my two sons they Have the testing done through Hawaii's one of them's hawaii's partners with the supposed to have a twenty four hour turnarounds to the test results and It had to be done within seventy two hours. Seventy two hours wouldn't accept the test results so when we get to hawaii we find out that the lab that hawaii uses Or one of the lots of these several but one of them that they use That we ended up using did not Complete tests and did not upload the results So we're in the airport there and In the hawaii airport. In what we're in hawaii on the big island in this now. So you're on the big island and your and your and you realize now you've got you and your wife have your vaccination cards but your kids test results have not been properly process show now. Hawaii thinks you guys are stuck because you've got two kids without a vaccinate or without a cova test result correct. Was that we so we asked. Well can we just get tested for them. Houston all the tasks are very quick. this is what really surprised me is that they said you can't get a test in hawaii it from out of state you have to leave the state to get a test to come back in. So we they don't they don't they. Don't have the ashes in hawaii. That had those blue buynaksk by max. Now kids we get a fifteen minute result. I'd like to tell you that that we were in tokyo so i couldn't get out to see if they have this. No kidding because this gets worse all right so let's go through this show so you can't get the test there. So then what happens so they tell us. We have three choices. Choices are one to leave hawaii to to go into those ten days of quarantine or three to have. A the governor's office grant an exception in our case. How are you going to get a governor's exception in your case standing in the hawaii the airport hawaii i have no idea i wonder your. Where did you go from the airport. I don't know what happened from the airport. We tried to go to our beach house that we rented for the first two nights before the resort for the rest of vacations right but The airport wouldn't let us leave until they Until they called the beach house confirmed that they would keep us in our beach. House and Make sure that we quarantined. Keep you in like like like house arrest. Like house arrest yes. I couldn't outside and the beach house. They they said they wouldn't be able to do that. And i can't blame them. They don't wanna be sitting around doing that kind of thing right so we have to find the hotel that would allow us to Be under Corentin in their hotel wounded up we ended up getting the marriott And we had improved the airport people there that we have a reservation at the marriott and the marriott would Indeed cheapest room and where. Where are you doing this making all these calls and trying to figure all this out with since hawaii thinks your two kids are like lepers. I guess you know. They've got the blue bonnet plague. What are you guys. Locked in broom closet somewhere in an office. Where are you doing all this. We are behond one of the counters or this is taking place while other travelers coming in and While we were there for about two hours three or four other people with similar issues that weren't able to get her to go to porn teams. Oh so you weren't. You weren't alone and going through this now. There were sort of Well Both with kids and a couple a single individual my gosh go you wind up at the marriott right with your family right how that go. Well not was. That was awful. I'll tell you it was awful Before we got to the marriott no they told us we have a one phone call to try to get with the lab to To get our results one photo giving you one phone. Call one phone call. That's what they told us and we. We ended up having a lot more because my sixteen year olds is autistic. And there's been expecting this trip for Well we're supposed to do it last year. That goes with council the at. He's expecting it for this year He just has a meltdown there in in there and And it was bad
Cuomo Declares State of Emergency: Hurricane Henri Bearing Down on Tri-State
"Hurricane on re is bearing down on the tri state with current models showing the category one storm, likely making landfall by early tomorrow afternoon. Somewhere along Central or Eastern, Long Island. Laundry is expected to come ashore with the sustained winds of at least 80 MPH with wind gusts topping 100 MPH. Widespread flooding is expected and Governor Cuomo declaring a state of emergency for Long Island, New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley Coastal Connecticut, also under a hurricane warning, including New Haven, Middlesex and New London counties. Earlier today, Cuomo telling New Yorkers in flood prone areas to evacuate If you know you are in an area that tends to flood if you know you are in a tidal area that tends to flood, if you know You are in an area that is subject to title surgeons. Get out of that area now, please. Widespread power outages are also expected in the city and parts of New Jersey. We're under a tropical storm warning and could see upwards of four inches of rain and winds hitting 50 MPH. Mayor de Blasio, announcing that outdoor dining in the city will be suspended tomorrow. The New York City concert in Central Park is going on as scheduled at this hour with Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon. Among the headliners. A crowd of 60,000 was expected on the Great Lawn, with the mayor urging all concertgoers to head home immediately as soon as the concert
British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely
"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the
UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely
"I'm delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy.
NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant
"Sitting ducks. That's how national institutes of health director francis collins is characterizing unvaccinated people in the us as the delta variant continues to spread here. Is this weekend on fox news. So i will be surprised if we don't cross two hundred thousand cases a day in the next couple of weeks. And that's heartbreaking considering. We never thought we would be back in that space again. But here we are with delta variant. Which is so contagious. And this heartbreaking situation where ninety million people are still unvaccinated who are sitting ducks for this virus. Sitting ducks presumably. Meaning they will catch it. We know the delta variant is more infectious but is it also lethal and if it is for whom dr david doughty is an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist at johns hopkins university. Dr doughty cds reporting record hospitalizations among eighteen to twenty nine year olds thirty to thirty nine year. Old forty to forty nine year olds. Basically all adults under fifty now while deaths among young adults from kovic are still uncommon. Are death rates going up in these groups. So yes robin deaths are going up. They're going up more slowly than hospitalizations. But we know that that's usually lag hospitalizations by two to three weeks for some so. We're expecting to see deaths climbing in the next two to three weeks as well and by saturday the number of pediatric hospitalizations also hit record highs. This is according to the department of health and human services it spike to over nineteen hundred. What are we seeing in that group when it comes to mortality rates. I think what we're seeing across. The board is that among those who are unvaccinated. The risk of getting sick and dying is as high as it's ever been right and so in groups like kids where vaccines are not yet licensed. We're seeing as you've said the highest rates of hospitalizations and deaths that we've seen since the beginning of the pandemic
Wildfires Continue to Blaze in the Western US
"Of firefighters continue to work in northern california to surround the dixie fire. It is burn nearly nine hundred square miles. California fire officials say it is less than one third contained that's put thousands more homes in danger and fire officials are warning. New fires could erupt given extreme heat and unstable weather. The national interagency fire center says there are ninety. seven large. fires or complex is burning mostly in the west. The state's dealing with the largest number of wildfires are idaho and montana separately in utah. Thousands of people were told evacuate to escape a wildfire near salt lake city for member station k. u. e. r. Sonia hudson has more. The fire started on the side of a freeway outside salt lake city of saturday afternoon. It spread rapidly up a hill towards several communities. Fire officials quickly called in airplanes helicopters in hand crews from multiple states to battle the blaze. By saturday night they say fire activity had become minimum. And it stayed that way. Throughout the day on sunday state officials did keep nearby reservoir closed on sunday so that helicopters could get water from it to fight the
Thousands Flee Homes As Utah Wildfire Advances
"Parts of the West are under excessive heat warnings as more than 100. Wildfires burn in the U. S. In Utah, thousands have evacuated from a fast moving fire outside Salt Lake City. From member station K U ER Sonia Hudson has more Amber Reicher loaded up her white SUV as she prepared to evacuate the small community of timber line She's lived in this community is surrounded by pine trees for five years. It's kind of surreal. I think we always knew there was a possibility of it happening here, especially with what's been going on fire wise and climate wise in recent times, um, but it's a little bit different when it actually happens. The widespread consensus of climate scientists is that climate change makes large destructive wildfire is more likely because of hotter temperatures and drier vegetation. Nearly all of Utah is in the most extreme categories of drought for NPR news. I'm Sonia Hutson,
Bus Crashes on New York Thruway
"Say more than 50. People were taken to hospitals after a bus bound for Niagara Falls, crashed on the New York State Thruway near we'd sport today, that's about 25 miles west of Syracuse. There is no immediate word on the severity of the injuries, but some patients were taken for high level trauma care. The bus was headed from the Fishkill area in the Hudson Valley.
'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie
"Is what you might call a bio-pics bio pic. It takes about the first. Half of. Aretha franklin's life dramatizes. It step by step as she builds her talent in her father's church and then carves out her place in music history. And yes as is common in films like this. There is trauma. There is a troubled family history and there is a marriage to a man who should never have been let anywhere near her career. In addition to forest whittaker and marlon wayans the cast includes audra mcdonald as aretha. Franklin's mother and marc maron as record. Mogul jerry wexler. Hudson performs a lot of franklin's hits including respect chain of fools and natural woman she also takes on the gospel and the standards and even more of franklin's enviable range written by tracey scott wilson kelly corey and directed by lisa tommy. It's a long and admiring
This Is a Battle for Good Versus Evil in America
"We're witnessing in america. We are witnessing an epic battle. And i often talk about the fight of good versus evil in this country but this is also a battle over leadership that we get to choose. We're witnessing a government. That's trying to to make overreaching unconstitutional decisions. That are punishing americans. But we get to choose and Listen i could spend all day confirming your fears and your worries about election integrity. We have to just like my friend peg. Hudson says we've got a storm heaven with prayers. We got a storm. Ballot-boxes we gotta store polling places and we have got to wrestle this country away from alexandria cortes.
Sunset Studios to Spend Almost $1 Billion on New U.K. Film Studio
"Ramped up demand for original content, boosting the need for production facilities. Now the investment firm Blackstone is teaming up with Los Angeles. Space studio operator Hudson Pacific to build a film studio north of London. The two companies will spend $974 million to build a new studio in an expansion of the Piers Sunset Studio business whose Hollywood lots have been host of films including LA LA Land
Gun Violence in America: Newark
"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police
Dodgers Finalize Blockbuster Deal for Max Scherzer and Trea Turner
"Trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon bananas, GM Mike Rizzo taking care of business today. The blockbuster deal reportedly agreed upon between the Nance and Dodgers will send Max Scherzer and Trade Turner to Los Angeles shoes are waiving his no trade clause to make the deal possible. Nance, meanwhile, acquired Four up and coming players from L. A, including the top two prospects in the Dodgers system, But then that's not done there. They've also traded Kyle Schwarber to the Red Sox for a minor league pitcher. Nance also sending closer Brad Hand to Toronto and reliever Daniel Hudson to San
How to Be Old With Accidental Icon's
"Lynn. Welcome to the crisis focused. I'm very happy that we're doing this enchanting about for a while yes. I'm really happy that we finally got the chance to do it. Do you want to begin just by telling us where you are because you in a new area. You've moved yes. I have on in a small city on the hudson river about an hour. North of new york city called peekskill. Last time we talked you living in new york city and i called you during the so worst potentially pot of the cova crisis or the most stressful beginning of that. Do you remember i do. We're having this conversation about sustainability really. Yes we were. And i think it was almost around the time of fashion revolution. Which actually was very transformative for me that year. Where was your apartment. It was on the upper east side close to east harlem. It was six hundred square feet and our only recourse for any kind of fresh air was a roof on the top of our building that you had to sign up for an only one person could be up there at a time. I do remember telling me that. The city felt like it was pulsing with sirens and it was like a kind of and like just. The covert thing was so frightening. When i went up on the route. That was really really what you heard. It was siren after siren after siren is lives just a couple of blocks from a major hospital and in a way it reminded me of after nine eleven the days immediately after where all you heard where
Man Shot and Killed in Fresno, California
"Cute dog this is fresno california. That dog barking belongs to the latest victim of gun. Violence murdered moments earlier shot several times. His dog left alone as police. Look for evidence. Shortly before we were out on patrol with officers of fresno police riding with officer bread hutchins out checking on a burglary when the shooting call came in on a victim of shooting racing to the scene with lights and sirens in this city of five hundred. Twenty five thousand population far bigger than kansas city. Pittsburgh or cleveland. Twenty twenty was the most violent year in fresno and over two decades and twenty twenty. One is outpacing that with shootings and murders happening so often. These officers can't get a break. We arrive on scene running to the victims or run an interim police into a homeless encampment. Down jot running the officers and men down. He's got a got. I got one entry wound right here. Medics aren't on unseen yet. So officer hutchins or hot. He's known to his colleagues begins doing cpr. Two three four six but the man is dead. Officer hudson says it is unfortunately a regular occurrence in fresno majority of it is gang related there's fresno's just inundated with With the gangsters palko balram is fresno's new police chief coming from oklahoma city to run this department. He has a battle on his hands. How do you fix arising gun violence problem. What we're seeing is. Yes a peak in violent crime and there's a lot of factors that contribute to achieve chief bald aroma and so many police chiefs in the country. It's not an issue of legal gun. Ownership of vast majority of the guns causing problems. Here are illegal. They aren't bought and sold legally and talking about people who have been to prison for violent crimes who have no business carrying a gun. Active gang members people who are intending to hurt somebody with the fire.
"hudson" Discussed on Joey Hudson
"To like it because it's just it's easy to keep clean and that's the good thing too. I mean yeah. Jesse loves the coolness pagan. I love it because it doesn't matter. You know jesse can go outside and get his feet dirty or wet or whatever and and it barely shows up. It's just so easy to maintain. It's a beautiful product and and you guys helped us with that because we weren't quite sure what to do when we were remodeling the house. But when you suggested travertine. I gotta tell you That was the best option for us and we love it every day. We we we see it and we think you know. Great idea hudson because It is wonderful product for us Hudson king own our guest line from big rock. If you if you're looking at starting your project let me encourage you to run by c. Hudson weekend Or better yet goal line to go big rock dot com go. Big rock dot com. You can see all types of of projects that they have been helpful in but again it doesn't matter what your project is the team at big rock They're going to be there with you. Every step of the way hudson is always good to talk with. You hope you guys have a great weekend. Hope you have a busy weekend and thank you again for all the help that you've been we're for with tagging me as we have worked on some of our projects here. You're always there for us hudson. Of course thank you all right. How have a great weekend. Thanks for calling eight seven seven three five ninety four zero five. We'll get back to our conversation. I promise you. Jr from westminster europe. Next what do you think about this this case out of Out of missouri. Where the college of the ozarks is being there Temporary restraining order request was denied yesterday by a federal district judge by the way she was appointed by barack obama basically They're telling this small christian college that come fault if you've got a young man who identifies as a young woman. You got to put him in the female dorms. You got allow him in the female locker rooms. You've got to allow him in the female restaurants. That's that's that's the joe biden administration for you. Seven forty seven on the morning answer. It's the morning answer a ninety four five..
"hudson" Discussed on Joey Hudson
"Upstate it's time to wake. The federal government has no business telling students. Were they go back to them with the rules should be where they're going to do. Now they're gonna tell them when they can go to the bathroom. What day of the week for government's too. Big and meter definitely against god's laws and principles get out of our life and government. We don't want it appears. Our republican leadership is totally asleep at the switch and we. The people are being railroaded into these ungodly rules and regulations if the republican party that do like i just really don't know what's gonna happen to god fearing people out here. The morning answer with joey hudson on ninety four five the answer and you can leave a message as well as often to when you call eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five. We're talking this morning about the college of the ozarks. It's and point lookout missouri private christian college established in nineteen o six and this new regulation of course is one of the first Executive orders that joe biden sign which allows hud to reinterpret title seven of the nineteen sixty four. Civil rights act and in. This case is going to Force this small college to violate is long held religious beliefs and practices by forcing them to open all campus living spaces to male and female students including dormitory bathrooms showers locker rooms Basically if If you have a young male who identifies as female. He can live in the female dormitory. They're asking the courts for a temporary restraining order with a federal judge yesterday. Judge rose an catch mark of the us district court. Western district missouri denied The alliance defending freedom is They're heading this case up there trying to help the college of the ozarks. We'll get back to your phone calls on that Jr europe next. i you hear me talking all the time about my friends over at big rock on what beautiful weather. We've had these past few weeks for those outdoor projects. Does it matter if you're a contractor or do it yourself for When it comes to natural stone work and hearts gaping There's no one better than the team over big rock to help you get started on that project there south carolina's largest stone yard. They have everything that you could possibly need If you got questions the team over big rock they have all the answers. I want you to run by a check out the big rock show room talk with robert or lacy or will or bill or better yet. Talk to my my buddy hudson. Who's on our guest line this morning. Hudson welcome in. How are you sir. I'm good joey. How are you good morning. Good morning to you. And what a beautiful morning it is going to be a great weekend Hudson to work on some of those Those outdoor projects and you guys over at big rock. You've got everything someone would need. Maybe they wanna redo the patio air. Maybe they wanna build a brand new outdoor. Living areas are really a big thing. Now aren't they. Yeah they are. They are for a long time you know. It was all heated and cooled area. That's what house size and everything mattered was all. He didn't encode recently. We've seen a really big Swap you know to wear outdoor space actually means a lot now if i if a house does have outdoor space. It's actually probably behind the curve. Young people were building like outdoor kitchen areas. And and what. I love One of my favorite things. When i pull into big rock are the blazing boulders. You guys have out there. You got these big huge beautiful boulders and and you can do. You can do fire in them. You can make water features out of them and they're just really a nice focal point four and outdoor living area. Yeah no they're great One of the big things about him as obviously their natural gas or propane so it's just very easy. You know you have a group of friends over. You don't feel like starting to fire with water or anything you know all you gotta do is turn a key and light a match and and you got a new hangout area and your back. Yeah yeah you can You can see these At big raka. Their own augusta road as you're headed downtown. Greenville cross eighty-five again. Just look for south carolina's largest own yard. Because i mean what what us election. I i gotta tell you hudson and i've been over there many times. You have helped me with some projects and it can be a bit overwhelming When you're when you're in that stone your because you've got such a great variety. Yeah you know i. It's our job to walk you through the yard you know. We want to hear suggestions. What colors you want. What style you're looking for In the end of the day. It's it's obviously the customer selection but we just kind of help you traverse that. Yeah that big yard that we have because it is overwhelming drinking through a fire. Hose that that. That's a good way to describe it for sure. But but that's the great thing about big rock folks because the whole team over there whether you talk to hudson or robber or jc or one of the others They're there to help you. They've been helping customers all over the southeast with the best variety in the best quality of natural stone and hearts scape for many many years and they have a fantastic showroom to. I mean if you wanna see how natural stone looks in your yard or inside your house. I mean i know we're talking about outdoors but hey a lot of people using natural stone inside to now right. Oh yeah oh yeah there some installations you know we were we carry m- travertine we also carry some marble as well and you know inside on some four years or in your kitchen or even in bathrooms and things like that people have been using it for the last few years pretty heavily of on all these houses that are going up right now on our guest line this more hudson king from big rock you hear me talk about big rock all the time We have a great partnership with big rock. Of course many of you send your comments on. The big rock techs lon every day and so we appreciate that partnership artless quickly. Hudson talk about you mentioned travel team. I gotta tell you that is i. Think one of the best products for your flooring. As you know peggy ni- we did travertine We redid a home that we purchase up at lake kiwi last year. And i gotta tell you. Jessie are little cocker spaniel. He loves that travertine. Yeah no it's great We thought three colors. So we socks over and iran noce. We have a bunch more colors that we can order in. Pass that Really the main thing with the is just. It's low heat index You know it stays called the time sir. Jesse likes laying down letting his belly and everything lay on some routine. So that's that's one of the big things to it and then obviously color and texture and everything of it make it to where you can't really dirt that well either So all the women in and everybody's life is is going.
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"What they're doing over at hidden treasure Christian school and again it is a hidden treasure right here about families who are literally moving to upstate South Carolina to to been the number one thing that has happened they've heard from somebody else in letting people know about this special treasure here in the upstate but other of the events here in the local upstate but the other way is by our website that you already mentioned well is something that people look to our state has been something people have been looking to because in the state that then those funds can go to a special needs children as well and I know they're folks here in South Carolina expanded because that's another way that we other ships to people and so that's something that's unique to South Carolina we hosted the secretary is wanting to do as well but she's calling freedom scholarships to even be more of a hell of course further student in getting it back to parents which the Bible says are the responsible for people that want to get help with their students that have special nature real purpose to a good to talk with you again for spending a few minutes of your day with us in Tobita microphone with pop the question. I'm Joe Hudson. This is weakened pulse back in a moment here on ninety four five.
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"That I want you to know about the and the pond is intended ended. By the way as I'm speaking about hidden treasure Christian school right here in upstate. South Carolina joining for a few minutes this morning. Dr Karl Herb store with hidden treasure Christian school doc herbs for thank you so much for joining us and let's just jump right in and start from the beginning give our listeners and introduction a what you guys do and talk with us about Christian education well Hidden Treasure Christian. School is a school for students with special needs learning problems that that they have. Some physical problems started by Dr John Von Because of a tragic accident here in Greenville fire were. His daughter was was severely injured and had a lot of different Handicaps and he. He decided that Christian education shouldn't just be for the student. That doesn't have some sort of problems but it should be for every student and so he almost forty years ago I started hidden treasure. A Christian school is a Ministry of Faith Baptist Church and that to beginning Humble beginning has now led to almost forty years of ministering into special needs students. Not just here in South Carolina but we have people moving here from all over the country to be part of hidden treasure being South Carolina. I know this is last year. We had folks moved here from California if people move here from New Jersey people move here from Indianapolis Carmel area just because they wanted to be a part of hidden treasure Christian School of course Christian Education is trying to develop Christ likeness and every young person. Because we know that that's what's GONNA so help them for all the attorney but also help them here in life and so that'd be that means we're Bible based education program but it also means that When you're trying to be like of Christ you have to increase in wisdom stature favor with God favor with man so you have the mental the physical the spiritual social areas that need to be developed and we work on the incomplete individual whether they have special needs or not they ne- Jesus Christ and so we're seeking to help them know Christ and then serve Christ with with their lives and yes? It is hidden treasure to some here in the upstate. But there's a hidden treasure also in each one of these young people that were ministering to. You know what work work you guys do. And and I've been somewhat familiar with hidden treasure Christian school I I've lived in the upstate. Mind Tire Life And so I've driven by many any. Toms and I've I've heard the story from time to time from people that friends and relatives but I I wasn't I I I didn't realize just what special work you guys do. And one of the things that got my attention with me today Dr Karl Herbs Door with a hidden treasure Christian school and one of the things. He's not got my attention Is the personal attention that each child guests. I mean you have a student teacher ratio of Four to one or so. I think I read. Yeah actually it's below one to four when you talk teachers and teachers aides and that's so we can deal with the student on their particular level. We don't deal deal educationally. On Age or grade level. We'd be on learning level and so we group students as closely as we can in their learning level and then we help them proceed through their academic education. Some even to the point of high school graduation it may take a little longer but we help them get. They're dependent on their needs. Some location education vocational training so that they can To have a job in in society but we work with them individually now. The a strength of that is that we're able to meet individual needs. The weakness of that is makes the education very expensive. Because we have to hire these folks and so that's why We have we depend on donors and people that will help us be able to give scholarships to these families because not everyone can afford the cost of twenty thousand dollars per student here at hidden treasure and so we we have a scholarship program. We have people that donate to that scholarship program. Make it possible awesome for people that don't have the means to have their children here To have them here because of the generosity of so many faithful folks. And that's why we're talking today because as you guys have a special event coming up To to help support a your school and these families I it's it's a forced of his con understand again it. It's it's designed to help raise awareness for the school but also to to raise much needed funds. Yes and it's came about Just in a unique way I've only been here. This is my second year here hidden treasure Christian school and I had an opportunity to be talking with the people in the William Tim Office and are represented William Timothy himself about hidden treasure and he has had the chance to be over here on our campus and and he mentioned to some An attorney here in town that I've gotten to know about the the ministry and he's a child advocacy attorney so he came to visit the school on the way out. He said Kinda you said at the beginning of the program he said man. You've named this place right. If the hidden treasure I've been here at traveler's rest for all these year practice in child to child advocacy law. And he said I didn't know anything about this and I said well. Would you help me change that would you. Let's let's have lunch and talk about it. saw that lunch Came the idea of hosting a banquet right here on our property that would spread the light about hidden. Treasure Christian in school in light is a little across stick. That says we want people to learn about. We want people to inform others about we want people to give to. ht hidden treasure and so we're hosting that banquet on November the fourteenth right here at five hundred Wesley Road. Our campus us for hidden treasure Christian school and we're we're looking for folks in the community that would be willing to sponsor a table of eight for two hundred eighty dollars dollars and then come and bring a seven other folks With them if it's couples you know four couples individuals Eight individuals per table all sponsor the table and then come and learn about hidden treasure Christian school and consider informing others about hidden treasure and giving to hidden and treasure so we can help more students. I had three families come to me in August of this year that would have loved to have their children at hidden treasure Christian school but I had had to tell them that all the scholarship money that we had raised two with gone. And so we need to raise some more. And we're GONNA try to do that Through the Banquet on Oh November fourteenth but also through getting into the community. Let people know how they can help. Other families have Christmas patients for their children. So if you're listening today today and God has blessed you financially and you can help hidden treasure Christian School As Dr Karl herbst or just said They need get your help and support A number ways to do this You can attend Thursday November the fourteenth as they How they're forced bank bank would have liked Sponsor Table Sponsor multiple tables. I don't think there's a limit is there not to hurt the We have a beautiful facility. The Lord has given us now by the generosity of a lot of folks and by the The work of Faith Baptist Church that helps us in the ministry So we I have a space for people to come and we're just trying to get as many people as possible have to do is call us at eight six four two three five six eight four four eight. That's eight six four two three five six eight four eight unless no that they would like to sponsor a table. They like to attend The bank would have lied on November fourteenth at six thirty. Bring others with you if you say no. I can't attend but I WANNA I WANNA donate. We'll call that same number and we would be happy before them to Get to know US better. Give them a tour of the school that the meet the students that that night on November the fourteenth or students are going to be doing the program and we'll be helping people understand. The school will have the founder Doctor Vaughn and his daughter who now also volunteers at the School Beck Yvonne Yvonne. We'll be there so they'll be able to meet Some of the folks that were the foundation of what we're enjoying today. Let me encourage you to if you're listening today and this is something that you feel like that God is leading you to support And you want additional information. visit their website hidden treasure dot org hidden treasure dot or you find him. I'm on facebook as well to search for hidden treasure and just see the good work that they're doing Over at hidden treasure Christian school and again it is a hidden treasure right here here in upstate. South Carolina Let's talk for a minute and we. We have a couple of minutes left here. Dr Herbs. Ter- you mentioned earlier about families who are literally moving to upstate South Carolina to to be near your school and portier school. How how did they find out about a hidden treasure the Christian school? Well this has been interested in me. I The word of mouth has been the number. One thing that has happened. They've heard from somebody else In the the Christian community somewhere about the ministry here. That's that's been the number one has been word of mouth we. We honestly haven't done a good job of really letting people know about this special treasure here in the upstate but other people have done the job for us. We're going to be trying to do a better job. Even through the banquet of light and for her interviews like this and I'm so thankful you're willing to let us do this. We're trying to get into some of the events here in the local upstate but the other way is by our website that you are a mentioned in hidden treasure dot org as somebody that has special needs. Child wants a minute Christian environment if I heard that Our school well is something that people look to. Our state has been something people have been looking to because our our governor in our legislature have been friendly to special needs children children. There's even some private scholarship funds that people can give to In the state that then those funds can go to a special needs children as well and I know they're we're trying to expand that Even in this legislative session. And so we're praying and working to see that scholarship program through the exceptional se folks here in South Carolina expanded because that's another way that We can help the the government funding them. It's private individuals giving to A scholarship funding organization getting tax credit than that organization giving out scholarships to people. And so. That's something that's unique to South Carolina. We hosted the secretary area of education. Betsy Devos with the governor just a couple of months Baram talking about that program and talking about a program that the federal government is is wanting to do as well. But she's calling freedom scholarships to even be more of a hell of course that hasn't gone anywhere presently in Washington. DC But at least that concept of parental choice in education allowing parents to choose the school that best works for their students and getting it back to parents which the Bible says are the responsible people people for the education of Children Really helps everybody. So I'm I think the state has been encouraging this as well so not only. Do we have a great school. We have a great state for people that want.
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"Hudson on ninety four five five the answer no last leagues. I caught up with former governor former congressman mark sanford who has said that he is considering challenging president donald trump and a g._o._p. Primary next year he had initially indicated that he would be making his decision an announcement by labor day the posting corier your reporting that mr sanford has delayed that decision <hes> in wake of the state preparing for hurricane dory and in that <hes> he'll be making his announcement a little later. The big question is will south carolina even have a g._o._p. A primary and twenty twenty next week the executive committee of the south carolina republican party meets and they'll make that decision they'll have a vote on whether or or not <hes> we will have a g._o._p. Primary here nate looked gonna join me for a few minutes. Nate is chairman of the greenville g._o._p. Innate you'll be casting a vote as to whether or not we even have a primary right yeah this saturday at the <hes> s._c. g._o._p. Executive committee meeting <hes> they're going to discuss sweather to hold a presidential preference primary <hes> our state chairman drew mckissick has said multiple times that we have <hes> full economy on this and it's the decision that are <hes> state executive committee <hes> executive committee men from each of the forty six counties <hes>. We'll have a vote on this so nate listed is less assume for a minute that you guys decide not to have a primary then. How does that work next next year next august when we're all in charlotte for the republican national convention <hes> i mean i'm assuming that votes will still be cast at the convention but what does south carolina gonna do ju just automatically cast their vote for donald trump or how how does that work <hes> south carolina will still have our fifty delegates that would go and <hes> it. This is not something that's unprecedented. <hes> we had a president reagan <hes> during his second term <hes> president bush the democrats have done it with president clinton and president obama <hes> a popular incumbent president usually <hes> <hes> does not you know always have primary from <hes> their party when they're seeking reelection and <hes> we know that president trump is extremely greenlee popular in south carolina with republicans. It's upwards of high eighty percent approval rating <hes>. I just don't think we should way start time <hes> and the water without being a primary for someone we know that are republicans <hes> by a wide majority sure sure sure so nate and with only a guest line this morning nate lawyer chairman of the grain mccown republican party <hes> so so if we don't have a a republican primary here <hes> potentially it's mark sanford is is to get into this race <hes> so next year at the republican national convention and he could still possibly convince some of the south carolina delegates to vote for him. That's a possibility ability. <hes> it's a very unlikely our delegate selection process <hes> each district <hes> gets three delegates and the fourth district comprised of greenville spartanburg. We have three delegates elected. Those are going to be <hes> the party faithful <hes> those that have worked the hardest in the party and they're going to be elected by the delegates to our county conventions and i or they buy every all of those people people are strong president trump supporters that i know of but but when they are elected are they bound to to support the president amis music something that they they are known that that you know nate loop is known that that he's going to vote for donald trump. Is that something that is part of the process <hes> legally. I believe we would not be bound. If we did have a primary. I think it would come to the selection process of <hes> everybody. That's running would probably have to make a public commitment or what they're gonna do and and again <hes> knowing who are delegates in the past have i've been i was a delegate to the two thousand sixteen to mention <hes> the people that are electing these delegates are going to have confidence and who they vote for and if we commit to supporting president trump i just don't see how <hes> governor sanford or any of these other people who it's hard to even recall their names aims and they're so insignificant are going to persuade people like myself <hes> to turn their backs on extremely popular president. Who was this one so much for the country for the party <hes> and make a case <hes> that we should choose anyone other than <hes> our president says so there you heard it here on the morning answer nate loop calls mark sanford insignificant other people that are utmost respect for governor policies but in this race no one no one is going to be able to go against president yeah yeah i if tony's riding in on the big rock texana says who would be sanford v._p. Thomas ravenhill uh-huh oh yes well look and i agree with you <hes> nate. It's just a distraction and i said that to mark sanford <hes> in in anderson last week week. <hes> you know is is a distraction and a distraction that we don't need and honestly i'm not even sure he's doing enough to even become become a distraction. President trump is <hes> been magnificent leader for the republican party what he's promoting promoting what he's accomplished. <hes> i really can't see anyone even making it a discussion <hes> so why why why go through the process <hes> we didn't do it for reagan. We didn't do it for bush. The democrats recognize that they don't do it for their incumbent <hes> to me. It's just not something that we need to spend much time. Discussing versus gonna vote on saturday so so can i take it that nate loyd will be casting his vote to not have a primary <hes> we get one each county gets one person to vote ours is who's that jordan executive committee <hes> <hes>. I'm on the executive committee. I don't have a susan will be casting. Dude one vote from greenville county yes and i. I cannot imagine that she would have different feelings. Yep nate lloyd always good to talk with. Thanks for the update and hey look <hes>. Let us know how this turns out on saturday. Joey appreciate you calling..
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"Frustrated by what she believed was bullying her third grade son with fewer than three weeks left in the school year, an upstate mom, Jamie. Rathburne entered green by Brier elementary school, and confronted his classmates. She then left and was arrested three days later, she was charged with disturbing schools and booked into the rainbow county detention center before being released on personal recognizance bond. Ms rathburne, says that she regrets or actions, but remains concerned about bullying for her son, and other children, and that she's disappointed in the response. She's gotten from the green will county school district. Joining me for few minutes morning, Jamie. Rathburne, good morning. How are you? Good morning, I've been better. So. So this house like you have had better days. So MS rathburne, walk me through this, obviously, your son has had some issues there 'em. Bullying really is. That's a big issue in school these days, right? I think it is. I wanna losing kids less than right, the suicide. And it all boils down to go lee-ing. These kids aren't having the mental health they need to be able to deal with these difficult life situations that they come across. And if we don't provide the them the tools that they need now how do we expect them to function at nineteen and twenty nine in the real world? So your son was having some issues there were some kids bullying him at school. All year. And had you talk with teachers and administrators about this. Yes, we had several emails. I had several meetings, I had emailed, the assistant superintendent and anytime I had asked the superintendent about how to grow it at filing a formal an administrative complaint. The conversation got pushed to another topic another part of the conversation. And because you know, they're you know, there's been going on for long. So I'm emotional. And I don't bring it back to that point until I still yet to find out how to go about doing that. I still yet to find out and they're like, oh, we give you this information at the beginning of year. I'm like that's a long time ago. Do you know how much paper I have and just one year? You know what I mean? Full again, and how much time could it take for them to give it to you again? I if you need. So you so you weren't getting a response from the teachers the administrators they responded, but I don't feel as though they responded appropriately to nor it because they were the kids, we're trying to get a reaction out of him. And that's all s hard to do sometimes as a kid. I mean you can't just ignore boys. All right. So this was happening. You weren't getting the response that you felt like you needed. They weren't doing anything about it. So you decided to go over to the school this morning, and you went to his class and take it from there. Yeah. I mean, I decided to go to school and give them a piece of my mind, basically, and it wasn't right. And I don't know that I don't know what I could have done differently to get the issues in the spotlight because my son asked for help he went unhurt, nobody listens. Nobody seems to care when I politely asked followed all the rules and gave them all the sport support that they needed to be able to do their job in whatever capacity that they needed to I felt. And so I was just being told what I wanted to hear to get me out the door, and my son will come home the same day, and there would be more issues. I get wasn't a dress and the breaking point for me was when I told the principal expected, her at my exact words were expect you to handle this officially and effectively, or I'm going to be forced to file an administrative complaint on the hills meal, even the office from saying that they turned around. And retaliated what I felt like their tally Gatien all my child because all year long. They didn't do nothing to protect him. And now they want to single him out. The teacher follows them all day. They only allow him to play on certain equipment on the playground. You know, he has to say what the teacher at lunch, and then they tell him that the teacher is going to be with him for the rest of the year since he's an instigator. This is wrong. Top of that. The secretary went and posted she violated the child Privacy Act oppose impersonal information on Facebook about my child, and then when she was called L on it. The lead it, you don't think they're gonna try to cover that up. Coursing are. I'm not asking for jobs. I'm just asking them to do what I did you wrong apologize and work with me on funding better solution for all of these children.
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"System than insures that men and women that are in their care received the best Orchises available designed for each of their guests particular needs. They offer food shelter clothing, discipleship counseling, and this remained women, and for families some impressive numbers that miracle hill has and, and their homeless shelters. They serve over two thousand individuals each year, ninety nine almost a hundred thousand beds provided each year, and they never turn anyone away when they are in the cold weather. If it's cold outside. They're gonna make room for you somehow and just an impressive list of volunteers as well. Almost eighteen thousand volunteer hours each each year in the homeless shelters. And of course, one of the ways they got started was their children's ministry is known as a place of refuge for children at one of the best foster care programs in the state, along with their, their children's homes, and that's where miracle hill and motion is taking place today. So if you have a few minutes, run by, of course, you've missed out on the cycling events. They're wrapping things up. They are, but a run by four eleven miracle hill road, and Pickens as just outside of, of Marietta and check them out there, probably have at lunch as we speak can have Bruce is cream, and that, that was the whole point of miracle hill in motion today, the cycling of bent that started very early this morning to help raise money for the many programs that miracle hill support miracle hill dot org. That's. Miracle hill dot org. Less dry to support them.
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"I'm there's well, Joey Hudson and follow me on Twitter at Joey Hudson. You've been listening this morning. You may have heard, Mike Miller, who is out at a miracle hill. They have the miracle hill in motion. Today started early this morning, it's been a busy day, appeared appear fund raising events the keyword there fun. If you him because they have a lot of fun at all of these miracle hill ministry events. Today's miracle hill in motion is all about cycling. They had a lot of challenges started early this morning around a seven o'clock with the, the adults, a couple of different courses at, you could be involved in a sixty nine miles, and eighty miles and some of those are, are starting to wrap up. I'm sure as we speak then for those that may be a little more novice. They had starting at eight this morning cycling courses of twenty four and thirty eight miles, and they're still thirty eight miles. I couldn't even do the twenty four miles. I don't think. Undone just a couple of hours ago at ten they had their children's events. The ninja warrior courses up, Ed courses for four to six ages seven to nine and ten to twelve so something as far as cycling for everyone in the family and thus that's why they're calling it miracle hill in motion. But let's talk for minute about miracle hill and this wonderful group here and upstate South Carolina, and why they're having this event, I there still time to go out there just because you didn't participate in the cycling. It's still love for you to come by the miracle hill. Children's home over in Pickens. It's located at four Levin miracle hill road and Pickens, that's just up outside of, of Marietta. If you go to seventy six and and and out that way, four Levin miracle hill road that love for you to come Bob because about now they're starting to have a lunch. They're going to provide lunch for the cyclists brewster's ice cream will be out there. So you're going to be able to have some brewster's ice cream and still lots of things for the kids, fun activities for the entire family, and you can see firsthand what miracle hill does because this is one of their children's homes where all of this activity is taking place. So again, I mean courage just a head on up there. If you're out and about go to four Levin miracle hill road in Pickens again, that's outside of, of, of the Marietta area and visit one of their children's homes air because that's what miracle hills all about their, the up states, premier comprehensive provider of shelter food. They provide hope to the homeless hope hope to homeless children homeless adults, and it's all Christ centered driven by relationships there. Then that that's what in Abel's these children,.
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"The morning answer with Joey Hudson, a ninety four five theater. Let me go quickly to the phones. Billy welcome in. How are you? Hey, joe. How's it going today? Wonderful. So you're the lucky winner of our brain works. Leap blower. Yeah. That's right. I didn't have a leaf blower throw. I'm glad to win one. So look if you wanna come over to my house, I've got lots of stuff that you can practice on now back to the morning answer with joy Hudson. Let me to become an answer inside. Or just go to our website ninety four five the answer dot com. Click on the banner become an answer insider and just like he heard Billy there you eligible to receive a lot of neat things. Like the green works. Power tools that we're giving giving out this spring giving away a hedge trimmer this week. So go to ninety four five the answer are just text the keyword green works to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five Greenville army base opened in nineteen forty two during World War Two is had several names since then known as Donaldson center industrial airport, and as a congressman William Timmins, correct? To me this morning is now known as S C TAC been a number of of aviation related companies out at SE tack one of those being Lockheed Martin will later this morning. The company so me holding ceremony to celebrate the completion of a new line. That's going to bring production of. The latest f sixteen flying falcon to Greenville joining me for a few minutes this morning on the ninety four five the answer guest line, Dr Peter Navarro assistant to the president and the White House director of the office of trade and manufacturing policy doctrine of our welcome to upstate South Carolina. For weather here for me today. I love it. Thank you. We plan. This just for you. Our to you could you could enter become an answer inside. Or Dr Navarro new might be the proud new owner of a leaf blower. Up for it was. I was gonna say it was kind of funny. I I had the honour Dr Navarro of doing my radio show up at the White House is as part of Salem media. We were up there for a radio day. This is back last year. And you know, you look at the White House, and and is it the manicured lawns. And this is a beautiful, and you don't really think about the fact that we know the grass has to be cut there too. And the shrubs need to be a trim there as well. And so, you know, as I'm getting ready to start my radio show. I hear this lawnmower in the background. They're they're cutting the grass back there. That's right. That's your did. Yesterday. We had the the annual Easter egg hunt, and they had thousand people moving through the two grounds there and everything was in full bloom. The president was in rare form, and I'm I gotta get you back to radio row seeing there actually actually work in that building that you were in so okay. Well, it was it was an honor. It was honored to be there. And and thank you for being here. And and you know, I appreciate the president recognizing how important this is to upstate South Carolina. And that you take your time to come down here. Because the announcement this morning is very important to us. This is huge. And this would not have happened without President Trump in the oval it gives you a back story on this. You know, my by office its mission really is to help create good good jobs of people who work with their hands and manufacturing. And also when we can do that in a way, which enhances our national security. That's that's a real bonus. And so back in twenty seventeen on a Lockheed's folks came to me and said they were having some trouble getting this sale of F sixteens to Bahrain in the Middle East done. Everything was just getting held up and government stuff like that. And that what it was is. What's threatening the end the F sixteen line here in the US? And so I told the president about this. They said fix it. So we we basically did what I like to call in Trump Tower. Time move that sailed through. It was consummated in September twenty seventeen and that set in motion that chain of events where in Fort Worth Texas where the F sixteen was being made the decision was made by Lockheed moons that production line to South Carolina right here in Greenville, create four hundred new jobs eleven hundred in the supply chain and then back and forth worth. They didn't lose anything actually gain. Because what they did there. They expanded the production for the f thirty five Joint Strike Fighter. So this was a win win creating jobs, but national security, it also means that we'll have more stable alliances with partners in the Middle East, and in NATO, maybe fewer boots on the ground because our allies have really good systems that they can run. And it's just an honor to be here today to talk about all. This. But what happens in Greenville doesn't stain Greenville? Right. This is is part of the Trump economic plan to really bring prosperity to the whole country. And today Greenville is go to celebrate a great thing for sure. And again, we just we appreciate you being here to help us. Celebrate this. And and as you mentioned, this is this is an important thing for the president for the White House. And and we appreciate the role that you play. I gotta ask you you've had an exceptional career on successful author PHD in economics from Harvard. I've got to believe Dr Navarro that you probably could make more money in the private sector. But but but you choose the work for the president. You choose the work for country. You've been a part of the Trump administration from day one to talk with us about that for a minute and your your commitment. And why you feel that this is your? Serving your country, basically. Well, I really believe that at the White House. I don't have a job there. I haven't mission going
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"State. That wouldn't be a bad idea. You know, I thought it was interesting that they're not going to allow any publicly funded employees, come to South Carolina. And this is in reference to to our support of faith based organizations allowing them to to in in California's mind discriminating against families in the placement of children and home that this is a direct assault on miracle hill ministries here in the upstate but. But yeah, thought it was interesting that they're going to they know no state employees can travel South Carolina unless you're a tax collector. They won't that tax revenue. John mccreavy. Thank you again for your time. And again, I applaud you for what you're doing. Thank you, sir. Thank you. Always good to have. You'll have a wonderful blessed day represented John mccreavy from brain wood county, representing the thirteenth district in the state house of representatives. We'll get back to your phone calls and your comments, look, look, California, state employees, not being able to come South Carolina is that a bad thing. Let's I'm getting lots of text messages on the big rock Tech's on yours is welcome as well. Eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five. Do you care? If employee's of the state of California come now, a one tax or is asking about comma Harris does this would this preclude her from coming to South Carolina? I've got got some bad news. She's actually I guess considered a federal employee, but maybe we should have spanned that list. What do you think back in a moment here on ninety four five the answer? It's the morning answer ninety four five the answer. If you or loved one live alone, or maybe, you know, you're just you you have a loved one that you want to give that that autonomy be able to have their independence live on their own. But you won't that peace of mind that there's someone always there to help them out. Let me introduce you to help services, they have a GPS personal response system. Just for your loved one is a to a voice Bennett. It's a as loud as speaker phones, you can carry on a two way conversation, and you don't have to have a landline and with push of a button gonna be able to call for help from anywhere. Help services knows that quality customer services, the key to this next one. They have a live person available twenty four seven waiting for your phone. Call my mom nanna. Hudson had become dependent on help services because she knows if she can't reach me or my sister. She can always push that button and get immediate response from. Help services care member. And they're going to quickly help regardless of water nita's ago to help for you dot com felt for you dot com. You can text the keyword help to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five. Just the word help to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five and they're gonna give you the first month service, absolutely free. Help services allows your loved one to keep their independence. And it gives you that peace of mind, they have twenty four hour monitoring. Medication? Reminders wellness calls concierge services. Give your loved one that independence. They deserve. While keeping that peace of mind for yourself help for you dot com or text help to eight seven seven to three five ninety four zero five and get the first month free help services peace of mind with the push of a button.
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"Kim Miller came to Greenville in the fall of two thousand and fourteen to become Greenville's twenty-six police chief he came via Charlotte Mecklenburg in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is really known for community policing. He believes that the community should be Imbaba. He was quoted in the Greenwood news that first week on the job is saying my role in managing the police department is making sure we're meeting the needs of the community were part of a community not apart from them. And chief welcome in your truly. I believe that you blew that believe that that your men and women need to be out on the streets and becoming a part of the community in which they serve it will. Thank you Joey for having me on your program. I I do believe that. And I believe also that the safest communities are the ones where police and community are working together to ensure that everybody is safe that we're all taking our part in ensuring that we're not gonna be victimized. And that our neighbors won't be victimized. So working you have to work in collaboration with the community and an number of service providers and businesses throughout our community do that. I'm glad to say in the coming weeks. We're going to be visited by the teeth. We're calling it. We're gonna call it a minute with Miller. But then we realized that there's not a such thing as just a minute with Miller. It's going to be minutes with a Meller because we we have lots to talk about chief. And we we got a little intro here for you. I'm police chief can. You'll be checking in weekly with chief Miller. So let's just jump in here. Like so many areas. One of the things that we're seeing here in the upstate and, unfortunately, it's one of the things at the upstate lease estate in as I understand is the impact of Opio at the opioid crisis. We hear a lot about this. But give us a thirty thousand foot view of what the opioid crisis looks like here in in Greenville. And what that means. Yeah. So Jerry, we we struggle between our county and the coastal counties with with the opioid crisis mostly for South Carolina and here in the upstate. We have a dubious distinction of actually having the most opiate overdose reversals in the state. We are the most populous county, and we have the most reversals and not the highest overdose fatal rate or. Metality rate for the state because we are quipped EMS fire personnel and police and sheriff's personnel are quipped with a life saving drug naloxone. And so we've administered that seven hundred ten times actually, more than seven hundred ten times between the three first responders to to really reverse the effects and safe people. And we have in fact, saved many many people from from dying from overdose here in in Greenville county now that seven hundred plus over what period of time is that's just that's just twenty eighteen while. Yeah. Well, his twenty eighteen when you look at this and just at the national level in two thousand sixteen there were sixty two thousand four hundred ninety seven fatal overdose related to opioids heroin and fennel and largely fennel in two thousand seventeen that increased to seventy thousand two hundred thirty seven so we're still on the upswing with his. Pedantic? And if you put that in comparison anything put it an all Vietnam, they were fifty eight thousand two hundred twenty casualties. And so in two years alone. We've more than doubled. The casualty rate the ten plus years of Vietnam war. So so what what's the answer? So there are you know, there are a lot of there are a lot of things we can do. But I will tell you that we need to change behavior. And that behavior begins from the far pharmaceutical companies through our physicians that are prescribing how we manage prescriptions, but we have to focus and this what we do in policing. When we look at problems that are affecting our community. We we look at prevention intervention and enforcement a lot of folks, you know, enforcement is kind of our lane, but we find ourselves in in into the prevention and intervention partnerships because they're so important to to our communities because if all we do is enforcement, we basically criminalize most behavior and and criminalize our
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"Don't touch that. Dial. It's the all new joining answer with Joey Hudson. Joining us this morning to your key county sheriff Steve Mueller. Share welcome. Good morning. Glad to be with you. Daniel Nathaniel welcome in me on. On you. To someone Mike Gallagher, Jeb Brian. Welcome in welcome Raisman thankful. Let me be on your show and Mike big fan. Get caught up on what happened while you were sleeping with breaking news, weather, and traffic. Welcome to the morning answer with Joey hunted. A ninety four five theater. Eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five your call your opinion. Your insight on this Thursday morning additioning the morning answer. Hope you'll join the conversation your comments or welcome on the big rock Tech's LAN as well. Kim Miller came to Greenville in the fall of two thousand and fourteen to become Greenville's twenty-six police chief he came via Charlotte Mecklenburg in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is really known for community policing. He believes that the community should be Imbaba. He was quoted in the Greenwood news that first week on the job is saying my role in managing the police department is making sure we're meeting the needs of the community were part of a community not apart from them. And chief welcome in your truly. I believe that you blew that believe that that your men and women need to be out on the streets and becoming a part of the community in which they serve it will. Thank you Joey for having me on your program. I I do believe that. And I believe also that the safest communities are the ones where police and community are working together to ensure that everybody is safe that we're all taking our part in ensuring that we're not gonna be victimized. And that our neighbors won't be victimized. So working you have to work in collaboration with the community and an number of service providers and businesses throughout our community do that. I'm glad to say in the coming weeks. We're going to be visited by the teeth. We're calling it. We're gonna call it a minute with Miller. But then we realized that there's not a such thing as just a minute with Miller. It's going to be minutes with a Meller because we we have lots to talk about chief. And we we got a little intro here for you. I'm police chief can. You'll be checking in weekly with chief Miller. So let's just jump in here. Like so many areas. One of the things that we're seeing here in the upstate and, unfortunately, it's one of the things at the upstate lease estate in as I understand is the impact of Opio at the opioid crisis. We hear a lot about this. But give us a thirty thousand foot view of what the opioid crisis looks like here in in Greenville. And what that means. Yeah. So Jerry, we we struggle between our county and the coastal counties with with the opioid crisis mostly for South Carolina and here in the upstate. We have a dubious distinction of actually having the most opiate overdose reversals in the state. We are the most populous county, and we have the most reversals and not the highest overdose fatal rate or. Metality rate for the state because we are quipped EMS fire personnel and police and sheriff's personnel are quipped with a life saving drug naloxone. And so we've administered that seven hundred ten times actually, more than seven hundred ten times between the three first responders to to really reverse the effects and safe people. And we have in fact, saved many many people from from dying from overdose here in in Greenville county now that seven hundred plus over what period of time is that's just that's just twenty eighteen while. Yeah. Well, his twenty eighteen when you look at this and just at the national level in two thousand sixteen there were sixty two thousand four hundred ninety seven fatal overdose related to opioids heroin and fennel and largely fennel in two thousand seventeen that increased to seventy thousand two hundred thirty seven so we're still on the upswing with his. Pedantic? And if you put that in comparison anything put it an all Vietnam, they were fifty eight thousand two hundred twenty casualties. And so in two years alone. We've more than doubled. The casualty rate the ten plus years of Vietnam war. So so what what's the answer? So there are you know, there are a lot of there are a lot of things we can do. But I will tell you that we need to change behavior. And that behavior begins from the far pharmaceutical companies through our physicians that are prescribing how we manage prescriptions, but we have to focus and this what we do in policing. When we look at problems that are affecting our community. We we look at prevention intervention and enforcement a lot of folks, you know, enforcement is kind of our lane, but we find ourselves in in into the prevention and intervention partnerships because they're so important to to our communities because if all we do is enforcement, we basically criminalize most behavior and and criminalize our communities. Yesterday. We had an interfaith group tackle and issued that is taken the forefront in in our state legislature compassionate Care Act. And I gotta tell you chief. I've been surprised at the reaction that that I received a from a lot of different people around the community with with the whole issue of marijuana. And of course, the compassionate Care Act a tackles medical marijuana. We're not talking about recreational use here in South Carolina yet. But but groups who have gone down this path in other states have said that will you get medical marijuana. Then recreational follows close behind we won't get into that discussion today. But but I was surprised at an interfaith group of supporters yesterday in in the UK in Columbia rabbi, Eric Malo addressed a small crowd there in the statehouse rotunda saying it can lift up those in pain, it can lift up those who are suffering provide them the relief. They need other pastors offered their support. Port of medical marijuana. This is something that that I'm totally opposed to and a while back you in a news conference. You had this to say all across our great state wonder about the position of their police chiefs with regard to legalizing so called medical marijuana. Unlike our elected representatives as appointed officials we are unable to take positions on legislation that our city councils have not otherwise formally adopted. And so our voices can really only be heard through our association and the association that unites us, but let me be clear there are no police chiefs. No police chiefs in South Carolina who support this legislation keeps him Kim Miller of quickly. And and we have about a minute left. Here talk with us about law enforcement position all medical marijuana. So medical marijuana has. Has has been introduced in a number of states, and that is often the battlecry for the legislators pushing that it's been it's been done. Elsewhere. So why not here, we are certainly compassionate toward people who are enduring chronic pain, chronic illness. But there are other ways to treat it medical marijuana is is actually more intense oftentimes has more THC level than than your the stuff. You buy on the street, and you can pay more money for more intensity. And so there is no prescription it's not prescribed by doctor. It's not distributed by pharmacy. It's not controlled and in any environment. So the more money you have the better the quality stuff you can buy and you can buy what you'd like, and you can self medicate. And that's always a problem. You know, people work they were. Around heavy machinery, they operate vehicles. And a you can be intoxicated on medical marijuana or marijuana. And we think that it it will create a an enormous public safety concern Greenville police chief Ken Miller. Thank you again for it goes by fast, doesn't it? It does Tom TOMS up. You know, sound nice. No sound. So I'm looking or a thirty minutes. Thank you. You're going to be back with us again next week. And again, this is something we're gonna be doing over the next few weeks talking about issues that we're facing here in the upstate and especially law enforcement chief preset you being here this morning, and we'll get back to more of your phone calls and your comments on the big rock Tech's on eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five.
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"It's time to wake up. Here's the morning Azer with Joey Hudson on ninety four five theaters. Sure. Visit our website ninety four five the answer dot com like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at talk nine four five. You haven't downloaded or mobile app. This text the keyword iphone or Android to the big rock Tech's eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five, and I'll send you a quick links that you can take your favorite talk radio station anywhere in the world is seven fifty one on this Tuesday morning. And of course, Tuesday means that we check in with congressman William Timmins for our Tuesday with Tim congressman welcome in good to hear from you this morning. Good morning. Great to be with you. All right. I gotta tell you. I'm a bit disappointed here. Because I'm I'm looking through this list of the documents that's been requested by your colleagues over in the judiciary committee. They're it's pages and pages long. Here of owning request is almost like. If you if your names on on this list, you're nobody in DC. I'm disappointed. I'm not on the list. I don't see your name on there. Either congressman everybody else's name seems to be. Seems a big fishing expedition expedition, and it's gonna be interesting couple months. I'm honestly, and you're an attorney. What are they trying to get here? What what does Jerry Nadler think he's going to accomplish by sending out an and his truly it is a fishing an expedited and a wide net. He has cast. It seems that they wanna make this next election cycle about investigations and investigations. And I think that's not a bad thing for our prospects in twenty twenty I think that the president's gonna keep working hard. And we're going to do our best to get this country on track. And let them talk about degree new deal and socialism and Medicare for all and how to bankrupt our country. And I I like I like that that conversation. I know how ends up we all know how that ends. And you're right. This is probably good news is just a little weary. You know, we've been through almost two years now of Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation. I think it's we're gonna find that he found nothing. And and so now we were under starting another investigation here, and he just kinda wears you down a bit. But but you're right. I mean from pure political standpoint and going into the twenty twenty elections congressman, you know, it's probably good. For us because the American people just truly see who the Democrats are. That's exactly right and Robert baller. Didn't find it with all of the resources. He had congress definitely not going to either. So, and you know, I think it's important. Remember the mothers investigation yielded, nothing. They were number of indictments and guilty plea, but they were completely separate and apart from the purpose of the investigation which was to determine if there was collusion with the Russian government, which was not a good point. Good reminder that all of the the indictments had nothing to do with the purpose of the investigation. Congressman Tim also your house colleagues the Democrats in the house drafting a resolution condemning anti-semitism and they plan to introduce it on the floor. We understand later in the week over some controversial comments by freshman, Representative Ilhan O'Meara, what's what's the word on Capitol Hill. This. Well, they're just a number of freshmen that loved to talk as much as possible. And I've taken that produce that I'm gonna learn the procedures of people and the policies before open my mouth, and I've been reminded often why I've taken that approach and thank you for doing that. Because I listened to some of the things that some of the your freshman colleagues say I sit here, and I scratch my head, and I think truly did your the ger mama and daddy not teach you to sit back and listen before you speak. Well, between Ilhan, Omar, Rashid, Salib and. One of my personal favorites. A oh, see they really are the gift the keeps on giving that is for sure. And as you said congressman William Timmins, that's just has to be good news for before the Ribble Republicans going into twenty twenty. Yesterday. Congressman William Timmins represented the fourth district. We always appreciate you checking in on Tuesdays with Timmons, and you know, just be safe up there. And thanks for what you're doing. Sure thing congressman William Tim Tuesdays with Tim if you if you have a question for congressman just text it to me on the big rock tectonics and seven to three five nine four zero five and we'll ask him. We'll send it to them the head of time or you can Email me as well. Joey at Joey Hudson dot com. You can also sim in note via Facebook as well lots of ways to join the conversation here on the morning answer. It's seven fifty six time to get you updated. With the latest news, weather and traffic. I we're gonna check in with Sean Hannity
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"Sir. Back to the morning answer with Joey Hudson ninety four five the answer. Visit our website ninety four five the answer dot com like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at talk non four five. It's seven fifty on a Tuesday morning. And that means it's a Tuesday with Tim owns a congressman William tenants from the fourth district. Welcome in who's good to see you yesterday at lunch at first Monday was at not just a a wonderful meeting. Daily. Good morning. I thought Senator Graham did a fantastic job. I'm so excited. He's fully supporting the president on this upcoming battle. We're going to have over immigration in the wall. And I just think he's going to be a good day. And I'll tell you congressman what just really warmed my heart was to see the room. Literally packed. I mean, there was not an empty chair anywhere. It was just encouraging for me to see that many conservatives in the room supporting the Senator supporting us appointing our president, but engaged, you know, interested in what we're talking about. I saw it again last night. Congressman I went to the Greenville county GOP's meeting last night again in overflow room. Was just tells me that that people who are concerned about the direction our country's headed conservatives Republicans that that we're ready for this fight if we need to take it to that degree and to be involved in our process, and that has to be encouraging to you as well. It is Joey and I hate that. I couldn't be at the green accounting party last night. I had to come back to DC. I got a big day to day. But you're exactly right. We're fighting for the direction of our country. And the the left is really just got some crazy ideas. And I'm up here. Doing my best to keep them in check and try to get back on track. And that is a big job to keep them in check. Congressman the American people. Of course, it is a big day. A we'll be watching the present tonight the state of the union and we've been talking some this morning congressman about our expectations. What we expect the president to say did nine, and what that message is tell me what you expect to hear from the president tonight. I the going to give a very positive message of opportunity the direction of our country shifted drastically the last two years the tax reform Bill has created economic prosperity deregulation has well businesses to invest, and we just made a lot of big strive. But we really have come to an important. I it's a turning point. It is it is whether we're gonna fix emmigration system secure borders together or whether he's gonna go it alone. And I think he's going to speak of compromise. A coming together to to fix this problem in the way, it should be or allow him to just declare an emergency and secure the border unilaterally. I don't think we've got a choice anymore. I think it's either congress secure the border, the president is and I way we're going to order the talk with us in her gram yesterday. And he was on my show with me earlier this morning and any made. An interesting comment to me because you know, he said that actually the president does not have to declare an emergency that, you know, the center center Graham, seems to think that the president can just like he deploys troops down there that some money can be reallocated within the environment of the fence. And and just go that women what are your thoughts on that? Does the present even have to declare an emergency. Or can you just take some the money that's already there from the department of the fence? Has spent a lot more time with these legal issues than I have. But I do think that regardless of how done the president has the authority to do it. And I probably support in doing so should congress. Not. Yup. Now, do you think and I asked the center of the same question to, you know, we're talking about this deadline if every the fifteenth and the present said Sunday with Margaret Brennan that he was not taking off the table, you know, the idea possibly another government shutdown, but I don't know that there's going to be any different outcome. I don't know we can expect a different outcome because it appears the Democrats have have dug in. So what is the answer? Well, I think that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have dug in that. I think that they're blinded by their hatred of the president a lot of my freshman colleagues. And a lot of Democrats just think that this is off a bit confusing. Five point seven billion dollars for worship thirty is a drop in the bucket, and it is badly needed objectively. So if you look at it from a policy perspective, there's really not a lot of question as to what the right thing to do is going forward. But I just think there's the personalities involved that are making it really challenging to find common ground and find solution. But there is a group of legislators that have been meeting over the last week, and we'll continue to beat and hopefully they can find a path forward. But one way or the other we got us ajar border and congress just has to do its job. I think the American people are tired of congress not doing its job. And I'm doing everything I can to
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"It's Saturday February twenty third, and this is we can pulse. I'm Joey Hudson. Your host eat Saturday week gather at twelve noon to talk about places to go people to see charitable events and everything in between right here in the upside. South Carolina, western North Carolina that northeast corner of Georgia. So glad to have a Long Beach or visit our website ninety four five the answer dot com like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at talk nine four five. If you haven't downloaded a mobile app to simply tech secured iphone or Android to the big rock Texana that number's eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five, and I'll send you a quick links. You can take your favorite talk radio station anywhere in the world. And also be able to listen to weaken pulse, anywhere. Glad to have you long again on this Saturday. Hope you're having a good weekend. So four, and we always love your comments on the big rock Tech's Lonzo if you'd like to send us a quick note, again, just Tex it to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five CNC ammo. No has been in operation for nearly four years located here in the upstate of South Carolina seen CMO produces competitively priced high quality manufactured. I'm with the goal of meeting. The needs for all types of shooters from competitive enthusiast who the big game hunters. In addition to Alamo in their twelve thousand square foot facility. They have the area's only indoor range, and I'm proud to say that CMO is one of our new local business sponsors hero ninety four five. The answer. You're going to be hearing a lot about this. Great local business located at eighty to eighty seven Ashra highway in bullet spring, South Carolina. I s Leslie Harold the owner to join us for few minutes today. Lesley's good to have you as part of the ninety four five the answer family. Let's talk for a minute about how you became the owner of CNC ammo to give you some prior history just to see and see Indo range was prior in law enforcement and started remanufacturing munition company from a house as a side job mas- working law enforcement. You have to have a side job to make. Meet. So that's what I chose. I enjoy to do. It is a hobby in the hobby eventually turned into a career for me. I'm so started that that business about six years ago manufacturing munition opened up a retail store and Calvin South Carolina. The Masek it location in Greer both small locations. Small clientele on the road a lot doing gun shows. Travel from Tampa, Florida to Indianapolis Indiana out west fours, Tulsa, Oklahoma house. There's lots of traveling build net business kind of building that brand. Then have the opportunity to purchase an indoor shooting range bomber formerly. It was called the fire in line in this business wasn't you know, a very popular business. So to speak not it was the only indoor range bomber county. And to this day is still the only indoor range soon allows presented with this opportunity and looked into it for the first time and in a past. They were asking too much for what they were offering and about six months later. I was reapproach the the purchase and they dramatic reduce the call. Of it. And so I looked at it in a wife about it and made a decision to purchase it and did so in October two thousand seventeen so mealy I changed the name because I wanted to customer base that the prior owner had to change dramatically, very small customer base. The places wasn't the most popular place to go to initiate be. You know, those nothing in Cherokee county, no indoor inches issues. Those lots of customers that could have that weren't there. So Millie changed the name and changed all aspects of that business in Jalan operating one from a training aspect from price in the biggest customer service. You know, when I bought the place in October two thousand seventeen was twenty seven members total when I bought the place currently and included members being a four member family, which I thought was extremely low after about a year in I think we had over three hundred memberships I think we're currently sitting about. Three hundred and fifty memberships that's not including members. That's actually memberships. Whether it's a member of Warner four, Leslie one of the objections. I sometimes hear from people as far as having guns in their home. As is they're they're just afraid of them. They're they're prayed to have them around for their kids to be in the house. You hear of accidents happening a people getting shot accidentally because someone just simply doesn't know how to handle our talk with us a minute about what you guys CNC ammo do is force firearm safety. I mean safety is huge when it comes to farms. You know, you just don't turn sixteen and start driving vehicle. You have training prior to doing so anything that he calls great bodily injury. You're going to have some type of training in respect to that. So in in our huge is mentioned earlier about accidents happen with arms will accidents going to happen. But most of these accidents can be prevented with proper training with the owner standing of of how to properly use a firearm, Leslie. Herro with me today, owner of CNC ammo in bolan springs and improv new part of the ninety four five the answer family here. You're gonna be hearing us talk a lot about CNC ammo have a wonderful facility over on Asheville highway and bullying springs, Leslie, Wednesdays a special day CNC talk with us about it. We'll every Wednesday is laid as at the SEC and no range, and that's all day embedded with that means is they get to to come in and shoot for free on Wednesday. And it's huge for that. Because if you imagine yourself and look at the whole Jon Rao of the gun industry is a very masculine dominated industry. So if you if you take a female in just enter them into that, they're gonna feel somewhat overwhelmed, basically, the same thing if we walk into a candle shop, we probably don't have as a man don't feel the most comfortable. So we want to invite him to come in to feel comfortable and just to make sure they're going to understand. We're we're going to you know, work within through the process. And better system. And whatever ways we can, you know, we offer training we offer individual training as well, as, you know, small training or advanced training as will. But when these females come in, you know, were, you know, lot of times were one on one with them if they've come into a range of never shot. We're not going to simply put them on the rains say have good day. We're going to spend that time with them with no extra charge in make sure they understand the safety aspects of shooting. So we tried to emphasize this on weekly basis on this day. Now, Liz Lucy, and c MO you guys produce custom ammo, tell us the significance of this, and why would someone need their own custom ammo? Yeah. We produced a solid. Copper self defense. Mccall the Essex p this is actually kind of two lines. It's one of the self defense in one as a hunting ground and we've done lots of testing through ballistic gelatin and lots of rounds or. Inferior for what the company advertises one thing. That's that's very important defense ammunition is the penetration. If you have over penetration in a self defense, ammo, you know, you're liable for that. But when you squeeze that trigger, you know, God forbid, you have to squeeze had triggered you're responsible for where that bullet goes word ends up. So if it exits the, you know, the perpetrator you're shooting and hit someone else you may eliminate a threat, but you just created a liability for yourself. Also, Leslie, another service that you provide is CW P classes, we all know the importance of having that CW people talk with us about the process, and and how and you have the classes we host a C P currently every other weekend, we cap it at fifteen we we have room to do more. I think it's important to have that good ratio for instructor to students, and what we offer our class is all inclusive class, it's sixty dollars for the class, which include your fingerprints, we feed you lunch today the class and afew complete that class. You actually get a one month range membership and the importance of this of the of the CW p is just because you have a firearm just because you know, how to use it doesn't mean you're legally able to carry this thing anywhere. You want to have in the UP gives you that allowance to care this thing in about ninety five percent of the places you go within the state at your allowed to Carrow care your weapon in Leslie Herrell with me today, owner of CNC ammo, just a wonderful new addition of the ninety four five the answer family here. They have a twelve thousand square foot facility indoor range, they can help you with your your custom ammo. They have a safety classes, everything you need. And plus a wonderful selection of firearms as well. You can find them at eighty to eighty seven Asheville highway and bolan springs. Open Monday through Friday, ten AM to eight o'clock Saturday nine to six Sunday one to six eight six four eight oh, four sixty seven twenty and you can also find them online as well. And it's. Releasing CC ammo dot com that CC ammo dot com now lows
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"It's Saturday February second, and this is weakened pulse. I'm Joey Hudson. Your host each Saturday. We gather at twelve noon to talk about places to go people to see charitable vents and everything in between right here in the upstate of South Carolina, western North Carolina and northeast Georgia. Glad to have you long on this Saturday. The Phoenix centers vision is very simple, the help people live free of the harmful of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. I work within our community and prevention treatment and recovery from substance use disorders by offering affective enforceable services. You know, we've been having this discussion over the past few weeks about the introduction of the compassionate Care Act. Again this year by Senator Tom Davis and other supporters in the South Carolina general assembly with other states having passed similar legislation. We're set to have a pretty spirited debate. Probably over the coming months on legalization of marijuana for medical purposes. If you will now for families who have had loved ones who've experienced addiction issues, they usually. We take exception to the argument that marijuana is not a so-called gateway drug those who support legalization dismisses claim saying this not addictive joining me today in the ninety four five WGTK. Guests duty owes Tanya Fokin berry Tanya, you have a very personal story detail. Let's talk for a minute about your experience with marijuana. Well, might spirit says have my youngest son at the fifteen started these marijuana to relieve anxieties, I have three children that is my youngest my medal. One did a little bit of marijuana with some discipline. He kind of responded to that and kind of respected the fact that we didn't tolerate that in the house, and he he pretty much didn't do it. But the youngest one did not the older one didn't never mess with any of it to my daughter of didn't didn't never to marijuana and this stored when your youngest son was held. He was fifteen when he started smoking marijuana. And at what point did you realize that he was Spearman with marijuana? I knew that he was kind of having some issues at school. So we actually had gone because he had anxiety. He had gone to contras. So the first time he smoked marijuana. Don't think I knew that he had because he was trying to alleviate the anxiety. He was having after we started with the psychiatrists. He started with prescription medicine which helped a lot with the exiled. But it was a little after that that I noticed that. I would catch him smoke marijuana for parents who are listening today Tanya, and I don't have children so on don't completely understand, you know, a fifteen year old being able to buy marijuana. And that's disturbing to me that it's that readily available. How did he get this? How did he learn about smoking marijuana? I think all the kids in school really know about marijuana. They know where to get it. I think it's very easy to get. It's probably easier to get than. Anything else that there would be for them? Lots of kids sell it in school. So they can kind of get it for free. But I think they're I it was always kind of amazing to me. But that's what my kids would always say the easiest thing to get. Let's talk about Thomas story because a like so many stories that we hear started when he was fifteen and Cup having issues. He would get better and seem to have control over it. And then something would happen. And it would get worse. I mean, you guys tried different things. He he had rehab at one point, right? Yes. He dad when way had caught him smack marijuana. We would try to discipline him. And he wasn't when he first started math smoked with friends the concern that ended up being as he was smoking it by himself. He would he actually started smoking in our attic to me a while to kind of figure out that that's what was going on. He did have a job. He really liked his job. But he decided that you know, smoke marijuana. Your little too tired to work too. Much much more fun to be higher than it was actually go to work. So he ended up losing that job kind of quitting the job because that ended up being the bigger thing is to smoke marijuana. And then is understand. There was just a real really horrible event in Thomas live is friend. Yes. So after he went to rehab the first time I will kind of back up inside before we went to the rehab because we were drug testing him. He knew that he would test positive. So he started seeking out other things that would not show up on drug tests. So of course, the kids his peers would off obviously tell him what works. So there was a spice or k to that. He actually started doing which kind of led him to that first rehab when you come out of the first we happy was doing pretty good after he came home on one of his friends that he was pretty close with and also ball from had been arrested many times, you'll find that a lot of these kids have been arrested multiple times, but because of the age of eighteen. It's it's private, and there's no I don't wanna say consequences. But you know, there's really they can get some fines and do some community service. But this friend of his had just turned eighteen and had been arrested a couple of times, and he ended up committing suicide. And it was it was very devastating
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"And look there's no in my mind to see our senior citizens to see the this age group and a lot of these again or or disabled individuals and their own alot of fixed income to see them struggling to live downtown. I it just really is a challenge. And again, it's got to be satisfying for you to be working with this new class. Oh, so here we have now the capital realty group. They are right in the middle of this aggressive renovation of towers as you, and I spent some time down there this past week kind of walk in through this amazing what they're doing with these apartments Brian aid. Really completely renovated. They're taking everything out. And starting a new, and that's got a lot of challenges because they have two hundred plus people or two hundred plus units occupied. So they have to really be surgical and how they do this and how they move their people around. So they can be comfortable while they do these innovations. There's two hundred seventy one units they are believe they told us the other day, and that is that that is a juggling act. It would have to be to try to to do renovations. While you have people living there. But of course, they have a number of units that have been renovated and the ready for new tenants. And this is where Brian comes in and adventure ad agency. And hopefully, we're going to be able to play a small part here at ninety four five WGTK the answer of leading the upstate. No that towers east is open for business. They are ready for new residents talk with us a minute, Brian if someone who's listening today, they're interested in living there themselves, or maybe they have an elderly, parent or an aunt or an. Uncle or someone that they help with talk with us about how Reese the right person down there and to to get started with this application process. Okay. Well, I'm going to start off with just giving you a phone number and main that you can call you'll call towers Easter it, and it's on a four fifteen north main street and the phone number. There is eight.