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Red Lake Nation election includes measure on marijuana

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 4 months ago

Red Lake Nation election includes measure on marijuana

"The National Native News. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. The Red Lake Nation in Minnesota is holding an election. Wednesday citizens are being asked whether or not the tribal council should legalize the production regulation and distribution a medical marijuana. Voters will also pick four tribal council representatives. Absentee ballots are available in a video message. Monday chairman Darrell. Zeki informed the community in person voting will be held as the tribe is under covert nineteen emergency orders as a Monday. There were no positive cases of Cova. Nineteen on the reservation. The North Dakota Department of Transportation will be at five reservations this week to provide photo identification cards. Which can be used for voting the? Id's will be issued to North Dakota residents who do not have a driver's license or ID the non driver ID card is free to people. Eighteen and older and will be mailed to residents within five days. The first event is Tuesday on the Turtle Mountain reservation. The Transportation Department is asking people to take Cova nineteen precautions including wearing a mask. The events are being held as the states. At June primary nears the business arm of the Cherokee Nation announced plans Monday to address safety measures to Reopen Casinos. The plan includes enhanced cleaning temperature checks for employees and guests and the suspension of buffets and banquets the tribe operates ten entertainment destinations in Oklahoma. A date for reopening casinos was not announced but the tribal government has started a semi opening with more phases to reopen throughout the summer. Meanwhile a number of other tribes in Oklahoma have already opened their casinos with Cova nineteen safety precautions in Juneau Alaska. A weaver has created a piece of art to reflect Cova Nineteen. The cat weaving documents history and stories as owes Elizabeth Jenkins reports lily. Hope is a weaver. And she's been busy creating a commission. Chilcott blanket a process which can take upwards of two years but recently she made something else on a much tighter deadline at home after she learned about an opportunity to create art about. What's going on right now. In early April First American art magazine sent a call out for indigenous artists to create masks similar to the ones worn prevent the spread of Cova Nineteen. It was so intense to weave it on my floor with my children around me. Her piece is called. Chill cat protector. It's made from Merino Wool. And Cedar Bark Warp. To ermine tails grease the cheeks. The mask covers the nose and the mouth in their place are the distinct ovoid shapes of the chill cat face an expression. That's confident and reassuring. The Mask isn't something to be worn in the grocery store. It's a work of art. Reflective of survival hope says it also represents foundational thinking to clink it Haida and Simpson people and really like my aunt set at the best that the musk's serves to record that we took care of each other during this time. The pieces received an enthusiastic response online and hope proceed. Judge's Choice Award from first American art magazine and while she was happy her mask was recognized in the exhibition. She thinks the art world still has a ways to go until fully accepts. Chilcott weaving into the fold. A carved mask wins over the beadwork over the quilt work over the weaving. And I I love I American art for putting it into the world but I'm like that is the constant conversation. Men's work is fine art and recognized as best of show and women's work is still hustling to catch up. But she'll CAPRA. Tekere seems to be changing that. The Burke Museum in Seattle recently acquired it and hope says for the first time in her career. She's created a commission calendar for other museums. Which have shown interest in her weaving another Cova? Nineteen inspired mask. I'm Elizabeth Jenkins and demand. Tony Elkins all

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:46 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"So much as a young person call is a big role model for me. My name is Matthew. I'm seventeen and I'm a senior thunder mountain high school. He held connect me to my culture which I growing up. I never really got the chance to a whole lot so I think for him for that. I have a lot of passion for would I do. And that's because I can see the results with with the young people that join ny home and it's out of the blocks. Juneau Alaska One neighborhood ahead. Everybody's story everybody. Everybody Story and my name is George Coach car and we are at my home and my wife's home that we share on North Douglas Highway in Juneau Alaska. What's her name bridget? She's at work work today. where she she is at work yes she works at Jammie? She's a clinician. They're part of her is with you here today though. Let me have you tell that story. Okay so I moved up here in two thousand seven some wandering soul and I'd met bridget and shortly after within months of US moving in together up here I had lost my kidneys and that's due to genetic condition. I have called our ports syndrome so in the process of being on dialysis. Bridget looked into being a donor for me. A kidney donor.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Went really well. D- relax with honey mustard sauce. Smoke belly on pumpernickel toast like he hit some really cool stuff I I learned from him and the people that help set it up. Thanks for being on your your welcome almost the first week my on my oh my God. Yeah that was Super Fun and that was a a huge career accomplishment. God bless coming back okay. Pipe partner with us. My Name Cy young and I live in the flats in Juneau Alaska on West Tenth Avenue. I I came to Juneau in the late eighties to work at the legislature. About the time that I started working for the legislature. I met my husband who is a commercial fisherman. A mutual friend gave us both each other's telephone numbers. He came up to my house in his old truck and he had a fresh sockeye salmon in in the back and he pulled out his fillet knife in his piece of plywood and filleted right there on the tailgate of his truck. And and that was it such skills I just that was it. Wait a minute. I've got a great picture of him. I'm here. He was a handsome fellow. He is very handsome when he got his diagnosis diagnosis of Small Cell Lung Cancer. He said I would like to die. at home in high. Oh hilas arms. I'd like to finish the adoption of our forty three year. Old Daughter that adoption was in the works. And I'd like to go back to Hawaii and roll around in the surf with the two grandkids grandkids. So he got two out of his three wishes. He died here.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:33 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"But my mother in our clink it culture. It took her three years to get me out of that school. So that my whole my whole life has been in adult life has been dedicated to working to ensure our cultural survival. And I got started getting involved politically away and We took a very different route in settling our aboriginal land claims. Our leaders really wanted to have control of our land and our our resources we had learned from the experiences of other native American. Tribes that There are lands are held in reservations. And they're held entrust By the federal government so our leaders did not want to do that. They said we own the land and we want to control the land so that we could retrial is them so that we could make them off fit. Our native culture and corporations were became the vehicle for that. I was fortunate in that my mother trained me and when I say train me she was a union organizer so at age ten eleven years old. I used to accompany her to take the minutes for of her union meetings. She was organizing unions among salmon. Cannery workers so you know I feel fortunate ordinate in that I had that kind of training. I went to Harvard and people think that it was my formal education. You know that made me what I am today but I will tell you. I attribute that to my mother and the kind of training.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Do I deeply respect? How do I connect with these animals and then kill? I'm crude Iverson. I live here in Juneau. I've got a couple of kids a wife I worked for the federal government. The National Marine Fisheries Service. I grew up in Michigan Rural Michigan. And like a lot of people I came here is it as a young person and state I usually hunt alone. I almost always hunt alone and I appreciate being alone I really do. It's hard to describe the thrill I feel. I have my pack on my back my rifle my hands hands and I'm walking up some dally that I've never been before and then if I see track of a big buck deer and I know he's he's really close by that charges it even more and you hear a snap in the woods in you know he's coming in that sense the vent his reputation is very and then there's he steps into view and then there's the challenge of making making a clean kill. Am I good enough to hold the rifle steady and put the bullet where it's supposed to go and the skill that goes along with that because you've been practicing it and working on it since you were a kid and it happens and that is drilling a charge to watching watching the and we'll go down in the scope and then you walk up on the animal and his dead you and that's the deflated moment. There is there is a moment there when I think any any real hunter says.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"From wip and Pierre Rex. It's out of the blocks one neighborhood. Everybody's story every everybody's story. My name is his coke or my English name. Is Kyle demento world my name cy young and I live in the flats in Juneau Alaska. I'm crude Iverson. I live here in Juneau. My name is George Kuchar. Names Adam. Dinner I'm Janice Shoe felt his Lionel. Barber Weeden DIPA. So my name is Chevron Kalsa and my roller Derby name aim as Bam Bam might click it names are d'eclat up and Cahaney. I'm an eagle from the thunderbird clan and the house Lord from the Sun and and The other world the English world. I'm ready to roll. And I serve as president of Sealaska Heritage Institute from producers. Aaron Hankun and Wendell Patrick Trick with fueled producer. Mk mcnaughton out of the blocks. Juneau Alaska right after this. So out of the blocks is made possible by Catholic charities with a message about hope hope is what keeps us going. You see people struggling in the community unity and you hope things get better for them but hope is just the start would if they were someone you loved. You'd support them find them. Resources gain their trust standby their side as they make strides toward a better life. That is why Catholic charities exists communities get stronger one life at a time this holiday season turn compassion into action and join the movement to improve. Lives donate today at. CC DASH MD DOT org slash. Stand with us. How do I think about? How.

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

03:08 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Me Let me invite you to introduce yourself. Tell me Your name. Tell me how old you are Diego. And I'm ten years old. What do you want us to know about? Juno is great really cold sometimes sunny what. I hate it when it's Sony. Sometimes I like it when it's sunny. Sometimes you could fall down and sea birds above is sky a swirling above you. You're you sound like a poet yourself. I think you just made a poem. No make follow my. This is Dr of assembling that happen. What was your favorite part of the day day part of the day today? Thanks for asking. I really loved my walk to work today because on my way to work By phone died and so put it all away and then I just walked to work listening to the sounds of everything around me and for some reason I don't do that often. Really good cool even listening. It's out of the blocks from radio producer. Aaron Hennequin and music producer. Wendell Patrick Special. Thanks to fueled producer M. K.. mcnaughton and K T O public media Aaron in and Wendell. I want to thank all of us who took a leap of faith and shared our stories and our lives. For W why. PR AND PR is. Juneau Alaska signing signing off Coming up next time on out of the blocks. We've got more stories for you from Juno Alaska including a visit to thunder mountain high school with Kyle World Coaches of local native Youth Olympics team. There's this port based on indigenous games. That were used by hunters to test skills sales of strength and agility and help them be better hunters and live out on the land so this this is one of our early practices. We just started rated R. season. And Right now. They're doing the one foot high kick so the one foot is a form of sign language. That was used long ago to communicate across the Tundra of a successful hunt. And you could see someone do a high kick like this from the distance and it was a good sign at Mente. Successful hut young athletes old hunters a love story cabin on an island a gourmet chef and obsessed assist cyclists and Roller Derby girl on the next out of the blacks special thanks go out to the NEA. For making our Juno episodes possible and we also want to. Okay thanks to you for listening if you appreciate what we do here on the podcast and you're in the mood to do us a favor. There is an easy way to help us out. Click onto apple podcasts. Leave us a review or even easier. Just tell a friend check us out. Thanks for spreading the good word about out of LAX. Thanks for listening. And we'll do it.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:15 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"I'm Multidisciplinary poet Teaching artist and a community organizer. You're right now. We're sitting in my home in what I call the out the road of downtown Juneau so still walking distance but kind of away from the beaten path a little bit looking at the water you get the clouds clinging to the side of these pine covered mountains. I can't imagine ever getting tired of this view. Yeah I think things in our lives are generally a little bit cloudy so I'm a little bit of partly cloudy Weather Myself I grew up in. Juneau was born Korea but It was raised here moved a little for a little while. Went to school down South You know fell in love did that was there for a little bit and then return to Juno ten years ago you know I was pregnant so I think when you're a pregnant you just really want to go home and then when I got here I just immediately tried to start bringing back the parts that had felt home to me in Minnesota which is just come from so that I could have the best of both worlds in the same space. Kindred post is an idea the born out of the. What was the historically downtown post office space closing about six years ago? I'm the daughter of a lifelong postal. Employees actually retired as the postmaster. And so I've always had appreciation for the postal service. And I think so. You know when I really thought about what a post offices I feel like at the heart of it is connection right. It's about sending something to somebody else. And somebody else receiving it and so I opened kindred posts and we've continued to be a post office where we offer mail services by stance packages and all of that But but when I opened kinder- posts it felt like a really natural thing to also invite a lot of poetry events into the space. When you're Brown son tells you over dinner? He thinks he's ugly. mm-hmm when you stutter on your own memories when you reach for him a table and a canyon away.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

07:13 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"I have this amazing rainforest. I that we live in or have this awesome blanketing mattress of Moss covered ground. It's it's always soft underfoot and Rankin just here nature. Being what it is my name is Stacey Elmar and we are at the mendenhall glacier and the Tonga's national afforest the clean. Get my my tribe. Call this sit. Which is the word for glacier and we are Joaquin on trail where the glacier once stood dude vic vic the glacier has receded a mile and a half In my lifetime I judge it by the Rock Outcrop and the ice was on that rock outcrop when I was young. And it's really hit me in the last decade where I'm I'm seeing it like a dying grandfather I considered the glacier. Probably my my oldest the most trusted friend and to To See Diana's is heartbreaking That said perhaps it is time for this. Glacier to die and it will come again in my tidy miniscule blink of life that that brings me comfort. I am looking for Devil's this club. Devils Club has many purposes in the old ways doubles club would be mounted above the entryways of doorways wins and essentially does not allow any bad spirits into the house because the forms will will essentially grab any of the bad spirits and will not allow them into your house so in the fall. I Harvest a Devil's Club stock from the woods it serves as A protection a reminder to be back in where I am and becomes part of my a human venturing meditation and I think we'll go ahead and take this and as much as you don't don't handle doubles club with your bare hands. I still Like to feel if it's friendly towards me and the US and Raven approves and this is where the leather gloves comes in. The smell is marvelous. DOC OCK GONNA shocked when my name's Matt Robison were in my living room here in Juneau Alaska. When I retired I was is the director of the Division of Wildlife Conservation? The Alaska Department officiant game. Juneau's built right at the shoreline and bears disco up and down the hill during their seasonal activities and they go up on the hill for grass in the spring. They come down to the creeks and the shore early in the year and then there amid slope for berries and then they hit the streams for salmon. Well we built a town right in the middle of that and so they are forced to come into close contact with people multiple times through the ear. But when you have them in the center of the community eventually you know something needs to be resolved and we had a bear neighborhood and eventually we got a call at this. Bear was up in a tree asleep and assistant myself rolled out there and in got Outta the truck and sure enough. There's this bear and it's probably about twenty feet up in the tree and I loaded the dart and got ready to mobilize it knowing it would fall out of the tree. Black bears are amazingly tough animals. They just kind of bounce off of things usually okay as I cut ready to career as the gun and take the shot realized they were kind of a line of people from the neighborhood standing around behind this and I asked them to stand clear and whatever whatever one of them piped up and said. Isn't that bearing on a fall on the ground when you after you dart it and I said well yes well. Will you give us like ten ten minutes. And we'll all go to our houses and get mattresses come out we'll make a pile of mattresses on the ground underneath the bear and sure enough within fifteen minutes we had this big pile of mattresses underneath this tree and the bears still asleep and so I started the bear and when that Gart hit into the front shoulder I was really startled and it stood up on the brain and then it became evident that bear had been there a long time because the first thing it did was it started pene gene and it kept at it for a good long time and all of these people who had just been starry eyed a moment before four. Were starting to react to what was happening to the mattresses that they put under this bear might assistant neier standing there facing facing away from these people just going. Oh God oh God what are we going to do. And the bear finally went to sleep after six or seven minutes tumbled down. Hit right at the edge of the mattresses so they may have done some good and usually when you approach in a mobilized animal. You do it very very carefully. And you probem timer to to make sure they're not gonNA come at this time we each just grab a handful of for and ran it through it in the pickup truck and booked out in the neighborhood but that was kind of the moment I remember in my career. One was like this can't be happening but it is. What are we going to do? So there you go well one of the things that strikes you about that whole deal is that you think you're going into a profession where you're going to be dealing with animals all the time and in fact most of wildlife management is dealing with people one where the younger basically we humans create. The problem in the bears usually usually suffer for it. So it's a checkered confusing thing to deal with. So.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"Isn't a lot of sound when we're weaving. Except maybe the pull over the wool on bill which contained audio cut to a sock. Yates Nut City Duck Dana Tan. I cut day hit duck. A cut cut shy. Hit to cut tuck hit late car. YETI offered sue my name is lily. Hope I'm chill cat and Ravensdale weaver in Juneau Alaska. Mike Clintonistas wish Kim deigned to art. I'm raving duck deigned. Tom From the snail house. I come from both both man's head House and Snail House and my father is late COB. That's eight stitches. Here on the loom we have a chill cat blanket in progress. Awesome starts with the Ravens till pattern. We have chill cat MOTIF so profile face. Some is some split. You shapes that are all familiar. You're in northwest coast art but they have been slightly adapted to be we've -able so we don't go nuts woman. It is hours and hours and hours one square inch can in can be upwards of three hours making the little fringes are decorated with twenty two magnum bullet shells and win. They are moved the fringe they move next to each other and have this rain like sound. We spend two years growing in his babies. Like to say it's almost like a surrogate and then this little being as cut free from the frame where it was woven and placed placed on the shoulders of a dancer. And it's really like watching your child tickets for steps. My mother was Clarisa Resolve. She was renowned Regalia maker and artist. Weaver in her own right. She passed away about three years ago and she was constantly teaching and I had no idea for twenty years leading up to her passing. She was always inviting me to stir this die pot. You WanNa see this blue comes out and some this cool. Oh look we're going to go harvest bark. You WanNa come with me and do this thing and you know. Every time I was like sure I'd love to hang out with you without really fun. Sounds like a good adventure and then she passed and I was halfway done with my chill cat blanket and I was like wait. Don't go yet hold on..

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

Out of the Blocks

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on Out of the Blocks

"W. WHY PR and PR REX. It's out of the blocks one neighborhood. Everybody's story every everybody's everybody's story. We are perched at the edge of an Icefield just footsteps from hiking mountains. Going out to glacier's looking over at the state capital capital and the minor amount of hustle bustle of downtown Juneau and also looking out at the big cruise ships. Pull in here during the summer and flood parts downtown. The town with people were visiting me. Our town is so much more than our landscape. There's the sense of Kind of being stuck with each other. That creates this bond between us. You know I like to say that we belong to each other from producers. Aaron Hinton and Wendell Patrick Fuel producer MK mcnaughton gotten out of Juneau Alaska. Right after this well out of the blocks is made possible by Catholic charities with a message about hope. Hope is what keeps US going. You see people struggling struggling in the community and you hope things get better for him but hope is just the start what they were someone you loved. You'd support them find them. Resources gain their trust standby their side as they make strides toward a better life. That is why Catholic charities exists communities. Get stronger one life at a time this giving Tuesday. Turn your compassion into action and join the movement to improve lives give on December third at CC DASH MD dot org slash slash. Stand with us. There.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on How I Built This

"For how you built that today our story starts in the cold northern waters of Juneau Alaska where surrounded by the ocean on one inside and then on the other side were surrounded by Icefield and huge mountains. This is Leah Hi fits and for years she and her partner Matt would get into an aluminum skiff and go fishing out in the Pacific. We'd be trolling for Salmon Amen or maybe we'd be fishing halibut and the fish weren't biting that day and rather than go home empty-handed we would stop at a kelp bed a bed of bull kelp to be exact. It's kind of twisty Brown Brown's.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS has Alison keys is in Juneau Alaska. We're environmentalists say climate change is changing the state's natural landmarks and not for the better standing at mendenhall, glacier, park fans of the nation sweeping vistas of ice and wildlife for worrying about the future forest ranger, Katie acres points that nugget waterfalls, which one couldn't even see behind the glacier until the mid nineteen ninety s when things really started to change for losing a football field, a year to this fishing experts are hoping to engage, the public by showing that there are things they can do intruding choosing companies who were doing things to fight climate change before the earth becomes a completely different place. Allison key CBS news, Juneau, Alaska shelf, Carolina woman who police stopped for DUI avoided a ticket, because her vehicle of choice was a power wheels toy truck maximum speed about five miles per hour. Peter King CBS news. Dual five at the bay area's news station. KCBS sunny skies for the first day of summer today. I'm John Evans. Here's what's happening and L sobriety man finds and that he stands firm saying that he will not dismantle a concrete swastika in his driveway, KCBS Doug sovereigns has neighbors rallied last night in hopes of getting him to change his mind when neighbors noticed the swastika shaped pavement Steven Johnson installed in his front yard. They demanded he take it out. He won't. So now the group indivisible is banding together with Elsa. Bronte not in our town, holding a very visible demonstration at San Pablo dam road and happy and way, says, one of the organizers Becky cone, Vargas. Everyone should feel safe walking down the street and living in this community. And I definitely don't want characterized as a community of Neo Nazis and hater last week. Johnson told KCBS's no Nazi. He just came up with what he considers an attractive design for parking, Pat, I just wanted to be able to -partment cards yard. I just thought it was cold department cars on. You know what I mean? I mean, I'm American man. I got my flag right there. You know, I'm proud to be an American, but cone, Vargas. The daughter of holocaust survivor, says, Johnson's should know better. She admits neighborhood pressures their only recourse. Right to do it. But at the same time, I don't know if he gets Johnson is covered the offending area with blankets now. It's neighbors say proves. He knows how much pain he's causing Doug sovereign KCBS, Fremont. Police arrested a fifty five year old man suspected of assault and a crime man said that a transient threw rocks Adam, and his friend who was wearing a Muslim cap. The suspect was ID is John Mada, who lives on the streets of Fremont and police say another person came forward to say the Mata also threw a rock at him of forty-five-year-old, Sacramento, man with a lengthy rap sheet of domestic violence and battery against women is accused of killing a Sacramento police officer Wednesday night. Adele Sobrino Ramos was arrested yesterday morning after an eight hour standoff with police after officer, taro Solan was gunned down as she was trying to help woman and her kids, flee a domestic disturbance, the Sacramento PD is devastated by the death of the rookie cop. She was only twenty six and graduated from the academy last year. KCBS is Holly Quan says it's not just Sacramento's police department that's been devastated by the rookie officers killing domestic violence calls can be some of the most dangerous and volatile. And it's not just police that show up, but often EMT's an ambulance drivers. That's why Twenty-six-year-old EMT Stephanie Harada and Twenty-four-year-old lacy Pilcher broad blue orchids to the Sacramento police headquarters for support. They understand how excited Twenty-six-year-old taro Sullivan must have been six months out of the academy and eager to launch her career, though, says, sometimes people just know, right? Outta high school that they want to wear the police badge. And sometimes. They will do college, and then go into law enforcement sometimes people from the ambulance will move over to law enforcement or they'll go over to fire. So it's kind of just all one big family. And you just kind of move from. Place to place. It's all service. So we're all like a big family in Sacramento, Hawley case coming up on KCBS Carrie Hodousek. No cars, just Cal trans cruise what it's like to be inside an empty call Toco tunnel..

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Alaska, Gulf Of Alaska And Coon Cove discussed on This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Alaska, Gulf Of Alaska And Coon Cove discussed on This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

"The death toll from a mid air collision between two seaplanes in. Alaska has reached six meanwhile, searchers found the bodies of the last two victims last evening, ten other people were injured in Monday's wreck off the Gulf of Alaska in the southeast part of the state the two missing on a stray illion and a Canadian had been among fourteen passengers from Princess cruise ship who boarded to float planes operated by separate tour companies in the town of Ketchikan the crash site at Coon cove about three hundred miles south of Juneau. Alaska's capital is near a tourist lodge that runs excursions to the nearby misty fjords national monument coastguard commander, Mike Kelly, the beautiful area and poke like for

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Juneau. Alaska oh good fantastic welcome Yeah. Thank, you, for taking my call hey listen they're being deceptive about the amount of. Nicotine that's in these things to there's a group out there that I. Hear, on. The. Radio They they call them the slogan is. Under north of group is called exactly what their slogan is Our kids are far more valuable than jewels They make the point on there that each one of these cartridges in new things has the. Amount of nicotine of. One pack of cigarettes how I know kids I know teenagers that. Go through three of these things are day Tax. Of cigarettes a day and we're talking about a fifteen year old And they've been doing it for, two years and they're gonna they're very are going to totally a dick a whole generation, to nicotine and they're getting, away with saying. They're help because you know you're not, getting the tar you're not getting that's just Oh they're dictating, these kids to a drug, so they could. Make money Yeah I I. Agree with you, Jeff, this is it's like with pot in, the pot legalization people. Think. Oh it's about freedom, and choice and relaxation. And, it's medical marijuana okay maybe some of that but it's about money Okay and the and the people were making hundreds. Of billions of dollars off the push pushing products like. Whether it's pot for supposedly it's not for kids their kids are never. Going, to, do it or the, east. Because they didn't care about whether it's healthy or. Not they don't, care, about long term damage to the brain, they care about how. Much. Return on their back, they're going to get Now is that that's the American. Way I mean okay Porn is a twelve billion dollar a year industry on.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on WLOB

"Uh let's go to the phones met juneau alaska hello matt welcome to the program outgoing do it well hope here hope you're doing well yeah not too bad actually um yeah so uh we'll quickly um i'm going to have a small thanksgiving uh with uh just my daughter my mom and we will uh my daughter's five um and uh it's just gonna be us we're on laugh because it's kind of hard to fly people out all the rest of the family uh we will definitely be talking politics we always do all of the time um you know you get together you get a kind of cloth over things that be seen in uh in the recent media and we often disagree dry usually suggested people that you should talk politics uh during the thanksgiving and i often do with uh a lot of my friends uh all the time and we we disagree ally a lot of different things um but we we found that you just you know doesn't matter if you're getting a little heed you're on the subject talk about it you know what i mean just just tell people what you think it'll and then listen to other people and it's it's just it's a great way to get it t to know more about about look i didn't at methods look pence at that and that's a great that's a great point you make a because i've it's been my experience that up there are no disagreement so big that they they can't be resolved over a big old slice of sweet potato pie with a dollar of whipped great i mean after after year after year scarf down a piece of pie everything else uh it just sort of sort of makes sense well that music means we've gotta was screwed up here folks i thank you for joining us for our first inaugural stars giving we've got a great team here.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on WLOB

"I'm tickled the jerry can make a living doing it but it's going to end soon guys the head of gm says cars are on their way out it's going to be a selfdriving world does that make you sad or does it kind of make you excited matt in juneau alaska matt how you doing yeah uh i i think the uh just drifting like we have uh too many places where people are going to have to drive the right deal kohl's without uh something that has a knife uh you know leak to or you can't you can't build a certain city think he'd be automated the way that they are in a big city while june for sure and so i'm i'm thinking they alaska is going to be one of the last to go right uh the the frontier well sure but i mean you've got to think about all the other uh won't be better out there were forty eight i mean every single one of these things the uh you know they they wanna drive there they were to get up in the morning drive their truck to their work as they're not gonna just hit auto i've even be it'll happen but if it does it's gonna be it's because it's not gonna be at our time i mean you could pretty much count on uh it's uh you know it's great they're workinglevel technology and it'll be interesting to see how that works but it's just simply not going to happen around the time well what do you how can you i mean i want to believe you you know but what about bob lutz the head of gm he says look i need free way you can emerge seamlessly.

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"juneau alaska" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"juneau alaska" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Saw this written up back actually in this the only wears i was trying to describe it to somebody earlier today telling an octagon it's swings you like a pendulum from side to side lakes were majan it's going like one of those pirate ship brides almost at a swings you from side to side and it's spins like teacups right but instead of a pirate ship it's a circle of six different group of seats and each one has four seats in each show each each of the six sections has four seats in it and those things spin around while it's swinging back and forth so when it was at one end of the pendulum in everyone's up in the air one of the groups of seeds breaks off yeah this thing i mean the video of it is unbelievable if if you had any fear of ride carnival i attic carnival rides put together by met verdicts them and inspected by a board out of work state inspectors this is your name nightmare come trade teen year old man was killed seven more injured just horrific are ask a crews this alaska cruise is an amazing story and its trending right now because it is is it's crazier than we thought it would be thirty nine year old woman found dead in the couple's room on a princess cruise ship in alaska kenneth the husband has blood on his hands in his clothes and they said blood was spattered splattered threw out the cabin some sort of a domestic incident is what we originally heard the boat went right back into port at juneau alaska and everyone was told not to move in fact not to leave their cabins until the fbi came on board and could figure things out he told the fbi that the reason he killed his wife head wound and then tried to dump body was because she wouldn't stop laughing at him that's why to laugh of people who are mad that is crazy they're gonna obviously finish their crews whatever happens i believe i don't even know what the what the procedure is enough to they finish their crews did these they don't things our what exiting investigations going to take longer than a day will it's us and it's a seattlebased we should get a credit and they've got a flight people home i you're eating out is trending as well you may have seen this hashtag because there is word.

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