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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"Katie, Okay, we need our Oklahoma Alpha males back with all this code with 19 silliness and the work that needs to be done rebuilding our state and local businesses. It's no time to be weak and unmotivated. I this The National Weather Service in Norman has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northwestern Kingfisher County in central Oklahoma. Blaine County in northwestern Oklahoma until find 45 p m. Central daylight time at 504 PM Essential delight time. Severe thunderstorms are located along a line extending from near Fokine's four miles east of Faith. Moving these 10 miles an hour. Expected hazards includes 60 miles an hour wind gusts and quarter size. Hail. This is a radar indicated threat. The following your pecs are expected they'll damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind damage to roofs, Signing entries. Locations impacted include what hunger, Hokkien Hitchcock, Greenfield, Loyal Eagle City, Homestead, Cyber, Omega and Lacey. For your protection moved to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building. Now, more than ever. We need our Oklahoma Alpha males back with all this code with 19 silliness and the work that needs to be done rebuilding our state and local businesses. It's no time to be weak and unmotivated. Hi, this is Greg with your Oklahoma.

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The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

Short Wave

05:49 min | 8 months ago

The Comeback Bird: Meet the Ko'Ko'

"Hey everybody I have shortwave reporter. Emily Kwong in the studio with me. Hey Mattie hey you you so today we are turning a spotlight on Guam which is a US island territory in the Pacific Ocean. That's right Guam. Is An eight hour plane ride from Hawaii Wii but a quick phone call for us to reach Suzanne Medina. She's a wildlife biologist with the Guam Department of Agriculture. We spoke with her at five fifteen in the morning. Her Time Eight. I naturally get up early. I enjoy the quiet. In the morning on Guam assists a little too quiet because there are no birds that are are waking up with us. Why is it so oh quiet? I feel like it's a tropical island so it should be bustling with some birdsongs. You would think but sometime. In the Mid Twentieth Century Guam's biodiversity diversity began to take a nosedive because of one slithering stowaway. Yeah in the late. Nineteen forties the island was being rebuilt. This was after World War. Two and some military cargo ships arrived with Brown tree. Snakes on board be snakes are venomous. Prolific tree climbers and most significantly. They have no natural predators on Guam. So they're eating all kinds of stuff but nobody's really eating them. Essentially yeah the Brown tree. Snakes invaded the island gobbling up eggs and birds at a rate that was really shocking. It profoundly alter the ecosystem in Guam and the forests grew for more and more silent with every passing year because of this one snake. Yeah and biologists. They felt totally helpless because they didn't have money to bring these preyed upon John Bird populations into captivity and no one in the scientific community including fish and Wildlife Service believed that a snake or what invasive Predator could take an entire population. It had never been documented before. So that's why it wasn't until the late nineteen eighties that we were able the start to receive funding on recovering birds and by that point multiple forest dwelling bird species had disappeared. Some of them only found on Guam. They became totally extinct in the wild meaning. They aren't in nature anymore but there are a few of them in captivity. Yes and there were two species headed in that direction. The Micronesian Kingfisher Fisher which is called the Sea Hake in tomorrow the indigenous language of Guam and the Guam rail which is called the cocoa military personnel assisted in creating these human human chains to scoop up the remaining birds including twenty-one cocoa and from this founder population of captive birds almost forty years since the cocoa go vanished from the wild in Guam. There are now more cocoa in the wild then in captivity. The cocoa is back back again again. No cocoa okay. All right tell a friend today on the show. We cocoa the second bird in history that we know love to come back from extinction in the wild. How biologists did it with a little matchmaking and a lot of patients are emily? You've brought us the recovery story of the Guam rail the second bird in history to be brought back from extinction in the wild. What do they look like? Okay so Guam. Rails which are called Coco in. Guam are about a foot tall brown with a grey stripe above their eyes. And they don't fly so when Coco's were thriving in Guam rancher scattering chickenfeed would often see them Creep in out of the forest. There's wonderful stories of families leaving their doors open to their houses. which is what we do and you would find? A Family Coco in in your house. Just kind of like hanging out in there and maybe foraging in the kitchen or whatever you just have to push them out the door they slugs snails seeds flowers out there getting food they can get it. Aren't we all right and they have what's called a territorial call and it's a very long one minute Data data data data that that that the data in it just goes on and on. Suzanne Medina loves these birds. She came to Guam in nine hundred ninety seven and by that time the forest had grown pretty quiet. The trees had been a native birds weren't around to disperse their seeds in. You mean like disperse them with their poop. That's right poop doesn't and get enough credit. It's important no. It's true and in the absence of these native birds. The spiders they preyed upon totally surged. Suzanne actually carries a stick. Dick as she walks around the forest knockoff spiderweb so the forests are just all out of whack so clearly. The situation is pretty bad. How did Suzanne and her colleagues bring back Sococo well? One of their first allies in his effort. Zoos on the American mainland so in the late nineteen eighties. Zoologist at the Guam Department of Agriculture named Bob Beck championed a major recovery effort. This founding group of twenty-one Coco's that were captured were split up. Some were sent to zoos zoos including the Smithsonian Zoo here in DC that was Guam's insurance population like a bird savings account shirk. The other birds were kept in Guam to to be the production population so to be bred in captivity and eventually released but there was a big problem. What was that well? The offspring the first generation born in captivity did not want to make babies. There's a lot of aggression issues with them. Some perspective mates would actually fight each other instead. I mean captivity is pretty stressful. It's definitely not a mood setter uh-huh and these biologists did not know what to do. It's not like there's an instruction manual for raising cocoa's the birds went extinct in the wild so quickly that there was nothing known on natural history so a lot of what was done in the early years was just trial and error. Uh

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"Total traffic to be mild tonight low in the low sixties, berry, windy and warm on Wednesday with a high in the mid to upper eighties. A woman rob the Bank on north western late this morning, the FBI telling us she wore flip-flop sunglasses, dark clothing and dust mask over her face. She demanded money from Bank, employees and left. The Bank on foot walking northbound direction the FBI still investigating and there is a reward. If you have information, not one. Yes. Vote today in the Senate transportation committee for that Bill to find railroad. Companies in Oklahoma that block intersections for longer than ten minutes. The Bill was defeated all nine members of the Senate committee voted against the Bill now, this is the Bill that was authored by house speaker Charles McCall, he called the stopped trains public safety concern. But committee members said that similar laws in other states have been overturned, and they had concerns also about the ten thousand dollar fine being too high upon county man who fled the Philippines to avoid rape charges is back on American soil. Adrian Eddings of Cleveland, Oklahoma's now being held in jail in Atlanta returned last Friday to the United States by US Marshall from Tulsa, he's wanted for first degree, rape and Ponti county. But he's also a suspect and multiple other rapes as well, not only in Oklahoma. But to other states US Marshall say that he fled to the Philippines to stay with this. Wife's family in Manila. And we know now it was a seventy two year old man who was struck by vehicle and killed early Monday. Wow. Crossing northwest sixty third street at may avenue. Bert, Nelson was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver did stop and called police and a joint session today. The state house and Senate paid tribute to former members of the forty fifth infantry division and current members of the Oklahoma army and Air National Guard. This is an annual event and the governor was there today. We're so proud of all of our men and women in the Oklahoma national guard who selflessly serve our state and country every single day theme of this year ceremony was Oklahoma guard heroes and a gruesome murder and Kingfisher with that story. Here's Katie okay. Is jacqueline. Scott. The boyfriend of Kingfisher woman has allegedly told police he dismembered her body and divided her remains between two places charges could be filed at sixty two year old Stephen Stricker today. Kingfisher police say he told them Fifty-six-year-old Brinda Baber fell and hit her head in a bathroom. And that he panicked and dismembered and disposed of her body. Police say baby's body parts were also burned thirty say bone fragments were found in the backyard garden on Friday, and that Strickler told him he put part of abors body in a bag and threw it into the trash. The trash was picked up last Wednesday and taken to a landfill in union city Stricker's in custody at the Kingfisher county jail after getting a report from teacher in Mogi county that some students were being abused at home. The Mogi county sheriff's office has arrested. Megan Matthews on three counts of child abuse with injury, the children told their teacher they were being mistreated. Investigators say the children all suffered physical abuse including being choked. And they are now in a safe.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"AM and K X Y FM ninety six point one HD to blow. The Oklahoma news network a gruesome story out of Kingfisher. Here's Jacqueline Scott reporting. The boyfriend of the Kingfisher woman has allegedly told police he dismembered her body and dividing her remains between two places charges could be filed against sixty two year old Stephen Stricker today. Kingfisher police say he told them Fifty-six-year-old Brinda Baber fell and hit her head in a bathroom and that he panicked and dismembered and disposed of her body. Police say baby's body parts were also burned. Authorities say bone fragments were found in a backyard garden on Friday, and that Strickler told them he put part of baker's body in a bag and threw it into the trash. The trash was picked up last Wednesday and taken to a landfill in union city Stricker's in custody at the Kingfisher county jail. A New Jersey man has been arrested for trying to convince a girl in Oklahoma to send him sexually explicit videos of herself. It was the girl's parents in pot Awada me county who contacted. Authorities turns out thirty four year old Samuel swinger of Lakewood, New Jersey is a registered sex offender the phone number. He gave the victim was traced to his house, and he was arrested Friday night. You're listening to the Owen the woman arrested by Norman police for racist. Graffiti in Norman and Oklahoma City is now being charged. Here's Beth Myers charges have been filed in Cleveland county district court against the woman allegedly responsible for spray painting racist graffiti in Norman and Oklahoma City. Forty-five-year-old Allison Johnson of Norman reportedly told police she wanted to scare Jewish people. She's been charged with one felony and three misdemeanor counts of malicious injury to property and one misdemeanor count of malicious intimidation or harassment. Police say racist. Graffiti was also found at two churches to homes and a political office. Charges are pending against Johnson and Oklahoma county district court shawnee high school officials say survey. Silence. Video they gave fillet shows at least one suspect spray painting graffiti on a school wall that appears to be a prom proposal. The scrawled graffiti read Alice make my world of wonderland, suits. And Steph aound the vandalism yesterday if the damage is more than a thousand dollars, it's a felony. The suspect's identity has not been released by vote of forty five to one the state Senate on Monday confirmed the nomination of Ohio businessman, Eric Stevenson to serve on the board of regents. Stevenson becomes the first African American to serve on the oh, you board of regents in twenty years. The only no vote in the Senate came from democrat, George Young of Oklahoma City, one of two African Americans in the Senate the platform adopted Saturday by the Oklahoma Republican party during its convention and more calls were penalizing school districts for teacher walkouts aleisha priest with the as says the effort to take away the voice of teachers is unacceptable. This is the end. Hey, there Oklahoma City.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, you know, what this radio show? We got limited time. So let's rock big guy. Okay. Well, I was up in Ripley era today. There was a shooting on main street and Ripley and the local stole may that was an ex-con with an AR fifteen in. We're later told that there was that's impossible. That's impossible. Ex-cons are not allowed to have AR fifteen. That's impossible. How can that be? Ever know, maybe got it in Mexico. Maybe so so you're saying there's a manhunt now for this guy last last word we had that there was a pretty extensive manhood going on between Ripley and Cushing. I saw a lot of highway patrolman in Payne county sheriff's officers driving around in control on the highway. But I haven't seen anything. I check the internet new services. Apparently haven't picked up on a hip that I drove through Ripley they yet. Yeah. They had a they had cordoned off trying team tape and everything about thirty. But I don't know. I just thought you'd like to know. I do want to know about it. And I'm glad you told me about it. This is the type of thing where they probably won't release information unless the public affairs officer of that department needs to alert the public to a danger or they've got him surrounded and they're closing in. And they don't want to say anything until they get him in the handcuffs. But I I will check my sources and see what I can find okay? Baroness? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I am ex-con finding. Control was all about the hands of the town. Let's see. We're also learning more about that Kingfisher case, and that is pretty brutal. This woman was missing. And her sister is the one who discovered. Hey, wait a minute. This is weird. My sister. Normally, I can find her, and I don't have any problems talking to her and she tried to reach out to her sister and wasn't able to reach out to her sister. Well, Kingfisher police followed up on this with a search warrant of the home in which this woman lived with her boyfriend of over a decade, Brenda barber. Fifty six had been reported missing police went to her home on Sheridan avenue, where they saw items that would not normally be left behind like her Walker and her medications Kingfisher police requested assistance from Oklahoma state bureau of investigation, and they thought it was a possible homicide OS. Spe- began going through the home this morning and found evidence consistent with human remains. And they took Barbara's boyfriend Stephen Strickler into custody. And during an interview he reportedly admitted that Barbour was dead. And that he had dismembered. Her body searches of the home and backyard revealed more human remains and a neighbor told investigators he had seen Strickler burning in his fire pit recently. He was taken into Kingfisher county jail. The couple did have several reports of domestic abuse in the past. So it looks like it's a sad ending to a missing persons case. Eight four zero one thousand star one thousand that's one of the many cases that happened today. A sixty nine year old album and co owner of a number of vape shops and a medical marijuana business in the state may be no more in business. He appeared in Oklahoma City federal court yesterday on charges of allegedly trying to hire someone to kill a former employee and one time lover. And her new boyfriend, according to the criminal complaint. Vernon Brock made the initial appearance before the federal magistrate judge Thursday on one count of using interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire. Brock was remanded into the custody of the US marshals and do back in court, April ten for the preliminary. Hearing Brock was arrested Wednesday afternoon by woods county sheriff's deputies and B I special agents during the traffic stop near alva- where allegedly handed off a five thousand dollar check to a business associate in Harper, Kansas. He believed the man was lining up a hitman the business associate was working with the FBI. At least according to court documents and Email requesting comment from the Oklahoma City. FBI office has gone on answered by our good friends at Oklahoma's news. Four Brock is the co owner of big e vapor shops, which has seventeen stores in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma including one in Stillwater, according. To his website court filings alleged Brock approach to Kansas business, associate about a month ago, asking him to find someone to murder and Oklahoma City woman and her boyfriend as the man is a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang and hangs out with a rough crowd believing the associate could find someone to commit the murder. The woman is a former vape shop employee and was previously relationship with Brock. So the plot thickened the woman, according to an affidavit has worked off and on four Brock for six years and said she did do the horizontal who with him under the threat of not being paid. And didn't believe Brock wanted a relationship. But just wanted a little Lookie now. And then she did not say that those are my words on just trying to make what is a sad story. A little more entertaining. Eight four thousand Leigh Matthews KT. Okay dot com. More about what you missed while you were at work, and there's been another death at the Grand Canyon..

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"kingfisher" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Again, another experienced northerners, don't generally get Kingfisher's little blue little blue Heron that ribbon snake. He saw ribbon snake swimming sound turtles we saw little short birds that I probably like a lesser yellow legs more Sylvia again this like whenever you got into the slow water down there like that. So Vinnie a really takes off, and we even saw some Zola, which is another floating fern. It's probably native to some extent down. There wasn't nearly as numerous as the seventy, but it can get invasive as well some Brown line skinks. We saw in Armadillo. Yes. So exciting. The first living Armadillo seen of labor seen him dead on the side of the road. Again. I know they're invasive in the south. But that was a new animal for me. I mean, I think that just says really bad eyesight because we were right on shore with an it just kinda like. Set their sniffed around rooted around took some pictures of than it wandered back off, they're cute. I can't help it. Their claws are huge or the diggers. They're want. You have it still. I never expected to see such large clock. Small animal. Really masterful is it was a really beautiful canoe trip. It would kind of go through these like Matt said these channels where the trees would kinda surround you, and then it would open up to a more open. You could tell that the surrounding area was more like a Marsh that had like tall grass. Yes. So the the marshy aspect of it was really neat. And that was a big realization for me is I'm so used to going to places like Florida and getting down to the coast. It's just a beach. But when I realized about Louisiana's, it's all Marsh, or at least historically was all Marsh. And so you get we were probably within a stones throw of the actual ocean. And it was just treason swampy marshy habitat. It was really cool. Actually, I was. Of super excited to see that. And just experience something completely different than what I'm used to. Yeah. But I mean that was pretty much it for Louisiana adventures. It was an incredible trip. We a ton of low quads and other great food and sell some amazing Bonnie, but on the way back we had noticed a sign on the highway on the way down and we made a note to check it out. I'm really happy. We did we stopped at Mississippi to go. Check out the Mississippi. Petrified forest in one of two petrified. Forests in the eastern United States the other one being in Gilboa New York, but this one dates back to like thirty six thirty eight million years. It's league seen in what it is an area where at some point a river just washed down all of these tree trunks and branches from farther up north in deposit him there in the story goes that it used to be a farm in farmed it too heavily and took away pretty much all the topsoil organic layer. And then it just a road it into the ugly badlands sort of habitat. But as it was a roading all of these giant pieces of petrified. Wood were coming out of the hill. Sides. So they whoever owned the land decided to preserve it. They didn't really excavate it. And they let the forest grow around it. But you get to see all these incredible petrified logs and trunks and stems in the forest of a thirty eight million year old for us from north in. It was species like oaks and Maples and even sequoia would was in there in in weird species. Like, you forget some sort of euphoria. That's no longer in North America. It was a neat. Little snapshot. Great little tore the best part is that fair logo has when pecker hacking into the would be gives vent. Really, really cute. Yeah. Yeah. They have these them with a bunch of fossils in the good educational stuff. They did okay. With labeling some of the species that were living in the forest little interpretive trail. But my favorite thing about that. With some of the hollowed out logs, the petrified. Wood were being used as densities by animals. So these animals were living in thirty million old petrified would probably not appreciating it to the extent save you ever. Find yourself in like southwestern Mississippi, and you wanna get off the highway.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"K T O K Lee Matthews. Good. Even hope you had a good work day drive carefully on the way home. It's very foggy. And we'll continue. So most of the night tonight. Some rain to the west and north skirting to the north part of Kingfisher and Oklahoma county in the next couple of hours bills up for joining us from twenty four seven news on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. And Bill I was surprised he called it out by name in the state of the union address. The president actually said that caravan. Yeah, it was interesting that as the president was talking about border security and and the need for a barrier. We had about two thousand migrants gathering in the small Mexican town of negroes, which is right across the Rio Grande river from Texas. And this is an area where there is no barrier. It is just the natural barrier of the Rio Grande and at that point. It's only about one hundred twenty feet wide. So this is. Is a prime example of what the president's talking about. Now this group remains on the Mexican side. They are in a vacant factory building where are basically camping out being provided. The Staples by Mexican authorities waiting their turn to go through the asylum process to come into the United States. The problem is this is a very small point of entry eagle pass, Texas as a town of only about twenty eight thousand people along the border, and they say they can handle about twelve to fifteen people per day. So that means it would be months before these people could all go through the process here, and the fear is that they'll get impatient begins swimming across the river, so Texas has deployed about five hundred state troopers to that border along with fifty reserve deputies, and we of course, have our border control agents as well. So they are very visible along that border area. In case any of those migrants, get a little antsy and try to swim across the river. Is it a long swim at that point there? I'm not I'm not. Geography, very well doesn't look very wide to me. It looks like it's about one hundred fifty feet. Okay. Bills with us on NewsRadio one thousand care the Mexicans doing anything as they have in the past to try to give these people some aid. Yeah, they are. In fact, it's interesting that that there was a survey done Lee down at the Guatemala Mexico border, which is the first border that these caravans would have to cross in their in their trek north, and as part of the survey they said where where do you wanna go and only thirty percent of them said they want to get to the United States almost half of them said that they would likely stay in Mexico under a humanitarian visa program that Mexico has started. So I think the combination of Mexico's outreach to some of these people, and the fact that it's becoming clearer to these migrants said it's going to be very difficult to get to the United States. And if you do your chances of getting in or even less, I think maybe the message is beginning to get across that many of these people. Who are fleeing bad conditions in Central America are deciding to stay in Mexico, and and look for work there move their families their bills emperor on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. You heard a certain I don't know if it was just booing or hissing or murmuring the microphones didn't really catch it. And when the president did bring this up in the state of the union last night with that's what was that. Mostly Democrats was mostly delegates who live along the border. I think it is Democrats because this remains, of course, the big issue as negotiations continue in an effort to avert another government shutdown or the president's declaration of a state of emergency along the border their border wall remains the big issue there. And I think that here with a lack of a barrier in this present condition here is a is exactly the president's point another part of this is Lee that this caravan as they move through northern Mexico is actually escorted by Mexican authorities. And they they brought buses to bring them up because that area of northern Mexico is controlled by the Zada drug cartel. And they thought it would be too dangerous for these migrants to be on their own. I've heard that before about that area of Mexico from migrants who come up here from Guatemala, and I have family who work in the sugar business, and they have a lot of migrants that come up in the fall to sugar mills down in southern United States. And that's the part of the journey. They fear the most in fact, if they can at all avoid it. They they try to drive straight through that zone and not stop the night. Yeah. It it's dangerous because this is a very very violent drug cartel. And that's something the president has talked about as well. Now, not only the violence that they can bring with it. But the opportunities for these cartels to move product across the US border at an area where there is no barrier. Bill zimper. Thank you for the update from Washington and twenty four seven news on NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. Pat. Williams is the vice president of the Orlando Magic. Did you catch that game last night between the magic and the thunder pretty good one? He's got a new book out, and he'll tell us about it in four minutes on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Celebrating fifteen years of art and.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KTOK

"We normally do we'll start out and six one and six eight two six one is going to be pretty quick because they're not playing tonight six eighty one both plane tomorrow at two use Chapman stadium. Number one, broken arrow eleven oh, the home team is a Oiseaux their number four ranked and they're seven and four that ball games at seven o'clock the early ballgame of the day-night doubleheader is a union the Redskins tended to number three and six eighty one at jinx. The number two team in sixty one at ten and won that ballgame at one o'clock at t's Chapman stadium. They will skip the week and practice on thanksgiving and play the week after for the state title in six say one six eight two and they were playing tonight though, big ball game at jinx Bixby and midwest city the bombers in the Spartans mid west looking to win a state title for the first time since nineteen ninety-five, but this one will be back and forth, but the Bixby defense in the second half pulls out at twenty four twenty one win over midwest city, Mason Williams out duels Preston. Colbert. Cape Kavingere, though. The big story for the fees. Spartans two rushing touchdowns. Also one TD catch. Also had an interception in the end zone for Bixby. There are eleven at one and they roll on midwest city will finish the season at nine and three. What about number one Stillwater? They were behind at half to Booker T, Washington. The number fourteen in the state, but gutter Gundy, three touchdowns this ball game. Played it a wassot and Stillwater wins thirty eight to twenty eight the final twelve Booker T Washington and we'll finish the season at eight and four. So here's how it rolls coming up in a couple of weeks Stillwater in Bixby for the state title. They have not announced a site for this. This will be a couple weeks. We'll take next week off in six eighty two. That's still water in Bixby for the title in a couple of weeks in that runs down. Six say Randy. All right. Let's get to three A, and we had just four games in that we have all of finals right now. And of course, tonight, by the way, for those you've followed the show where years, you know, that we're only on for an hour tonight. Mostly because the number of games, we've had just it keeps getting cut in half of we as we were funny. How that works. Yes. So here's the finals from a three. A software beats Ida bell tonight. Fifty six to thirty one Kingfisher knocks off a previously unbeaten Berryhill thirty five to fifteen that game on the road, a four Kingfisher Lincoln, Christian beach plain view, thirty four to twenty one and the heritage hall beat stigler forty four. To twenty one. So we will have as far as into the semi-finals for three. It'll be heritage hall now eleven and one on the season on now eleven one Lincoln Christian and the other bracket sulfur, also eleven and one we'll take on Kingfisher the jackets come in at nine thirty. And remember Kingfisher got off to a little bit of a slow start early in the season. A really come on strong and jet starnberger with another big night tonight for Kingfisher. So that'll be the way that will end up there in three heritage hall versus Lincoln, Christian and sulfur will take on Kingfisher. And then the winners of those games will meet in the state championship. And quickly. We go to class five eight tonight, we'll start with number one Carl Albert there were hosting Claire more tonight. And it was all titans as they roll on looking to win another state title, forty two to six Carl Albert over the zebras from Claire more the number ten zebras Carl Albert now twelve Claire more finishes the season at seven and five number two. Ardmore what a great ball club. They are too as well. They were hosting Koita tonight. And they had no problem with the Koita Tigers forty eight to thirteen the final in that ballgame Koita will finish the season and five and seven number three Collinsville hosting number eight gut three big ballgame in Collinsville tonight. And the cardinals went thirty five to ten Malcolm Tillman and Jake Tuttle each with a couple of touchdowns and touchdown catches and Collinsville wins..

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"kingfisher" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"There are also new developments in the devastating church scandal in Pennsylvania after that scathing report from grand jury for the first time, the Vatican now weighing in on the report accusing more than three hundred priests of abusing with a thousand children over span of seven decades. The Vatican saying tonight, two words express its feelings, shame and sorrow, and its message to victims the pope is on their side. Next tonight here the severe storm across parts of the heartland at this hour, moving e slamming the northeast tomorrow, particularly during the evening commute time lapse tonight, showing storm clouds rolling across Kingfisher, Oklahoma, heavy rain and possible flooding moving into the east. Next, let's get right back to meteorologist. Rob Marciano live along New York's. Side highway again tonight force, hey, rob. I David heat and humidity today in the northeast. It's gonna feel those storms tomorrow. But already tonight we've had sixty mile per hour winds in Tulsa that inside a watch box that includes Kansas City. The front pushes east tomorrow dragged by the low that goes across the Great Lakes, increases the flood threatenen rush storms by the evening commute pushing eastern the nighttime tomorrow from New Jersey to New Hampshire to the capital district of New York could be a rough start to the weekend, David. All right, rob ceiling gene in the morning to the index, the size of that tornado of fire revealed tonight. New video showing the car fire in northern California swirling last month, a new report revealing debase measure three football fields, long twenty. Seven hundred degrees wins. One hundred sixty five miles per hour, reading firefighter, Jeremy stoke was killed. Trying to evacuate families, a mother and son who survived a plane being crashed into the Utah home on purpose or now speaking out it was her husband, Wayne you to stepfather to her son and his wife. Sandy speaking with k. you TV. Still get leave these here. Friends say they thought that they were in fact a happy family. There is a consumer warning tonight about baby food and potentially dangerous levels of metal. Consumer reports testing samples of fifty, popular package baby foods for metals, including lead cadmium and arsenic. The report found sixty eight percent of samples studied had at least one heavy metal at levels considered quote, worrisome, Gerber, beech-nut, and baby. Mom are among the brands tested. Several companies responding that they do follow FDA guidelines carefully and what are the queen's. Doctors was killed by a truck while riding his bike in London sixty seven year old. Dr Peter Fisher was pronounced dead at the scene Queen Elizabeth was informed of the death that truck driver is being questioned tonight funding tonight here what we discovered in our ABC archives today, Retha Franklin in her twenties on her move from that choir to state across the country. I come from a singing family of Franklin in who own words of Haroo tes her father church. Her first audience. I started in the choir at my father's church and from the choir became I saw on with the choir k. coat me a lot and singing taking my time and working with us on. It's a matter of feeling and until matter of sound. Smile is Molly though you get. Was kind of as you say, woman's anthem, a battle cry, a Ma mantra. But everyone wants respect. Everyone's respect. And until the very end, she remained private most comfortable in the home. And it was the music Eva Rita voice. These is my bangs who I am and tonight a special twenty twenty for many of you at eight eastern good night.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Statute How many times you press the button When, the artists came up with this idea I thought what on earth is, a mythical, and then shoot me fiction. Glorious things kind of six feet tall it has this wonderful horn with my voice coming from and it. Squats and landscape in this village, green and I, think it's, very straight very stringent bay beautiful Lennox nice meeting you By doing, the open country, program in, Newcastle and Gateshead Some. People might think that's not what you do open country the program is about people and, their landscapes and their connections to those places you know, in the past and the present and into the future, then, being here for the great exhibition of the, north I it works doesn't it really just for me I mean to me landscape and please is crucial. In order to become, like the geography of my imagination so when I writes most of my work is located here at six on Tyneside Newcastle So the connection between the place and Maya is everything And in the heart of, the city, here will come to stand under this massive red arch is that a motorway on the? Top of it or railway or a road road here Then there's a metro bridge over there this a railway bridge so it's this, with grit, kind of elevation so for me it's on the bottom we have a couple of streets Intern, trees we have really damaged. Landscape because of the old industry but. It's, still. Being revived. And feels very grounded in a very solid place but it can a six ovation to I think it's very beautiful I love. The grace of the arch yeah great is beautiful and then what's. Been added to it is one of the elements within the. Trail that's been set up where your wings. Were this part, is wing tales of. The north which connects with yes Exhibition in seven stories called where your wings will which is all about my work so when. I was asked to do some pieces to go or not trail That's the sound of the city of thing isn't Some pieces they asked me to do pieces which would, you do with with wings with flav with Elvis and then. They would construct works with that rating within them and this is one of the first, ones So it takes up Feet and feet above. Our heads to wear the arch begins to bend and it spanned, by this magnificent owl the lower to Kingfisher and the. River and the words will you? Read. That for me yeah An ancient please of lead and stone and steel and scrap, sluice gates ward at tunnels mud children artist beasts and. Birds with grows and shakes its? Wings You just, stand and stare at that and think about those words because, that's so, much about the cityscape of new Catholic past It is and if you look in good now you've got, water Kingfisher and what happens when places changes that nature comes back and kind of recreated south in places where the one time one hundred years ago this This area, was very industrial heavy undisputed dog industry couldn't imagine the Kingfisher. Existing in this one hundred years ago but now we have Kingfisher's we have we have swans living on this ward and if people a hundred years ago I thought it would, turn out to be, so Rich and beautiful But what? What are we because it's too small? For, the time yeah it's what we called us Ben which comes from. Beneath the city so they use when Lewis beneath the city comes out, here and influence For the down there and through an. Area where there was lots. Of industry we know city. Farm we hope seven stories the National. Center for children's books so it's a place that is in a constant. State of? Recreation and it's? Not being gentrified it's not being over? Beautified, it's still has the traces you can still see kind of damaged. Please also visit damage place which is filled with a kind of tender And if beauty Draw from everywhere that you've been in your life around Newcastle and Gateshead down to the tiny up up to the rural landscape behind that in the minds you've drawn from those landscapes to tell your stories for, a, time thought well how can it be, in northern right right. About the north so you have to do is kind of recreate yourself until except the power..

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"kingfisher" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"Kingfisher's lives on ad in the paper insurance salesman called up and made an appointment for her husband to go down on the fly for the position agreed to go but he's made up his own mind turn down the job right now he's about to walk into the sales managers off get on with you and go through the mall but al qaeda got down to make demands well come in even sorry waiting you'll live phone well you take up a lot of your time because i sure did i am interested in whatever you got i know that mr stevens you realize that selling insurance is one of the most delightful the happiest the most pleasant occupations a man could you glad you leg now just a minute we need and like you i got feet magog down the i don't like walk around but one thing you could have an office day they're gonna tell you i like my bed i like the leader in the morning i think some of those ninety percent of their and selling by telephone from the better but you gotta wake up to do it as far as insurance is concerned you being the head of the lodge i would say you're in a very enviable position or you got a lot of animals down offers policy you do very little work then they start coming to you getting warm now would they come right them a beard business even do you realize it i'll representative.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Absolutely and henry absolutely anyway well listen let let me tell you what's going on really quickly first of all a quick striper report on a little different from max for the fly rod anger out there we're we're not able to do when they're when they're pre staging like max said they're staging out over open water in and they're they're up high in the water column that's that's by obviously because you just fishing and we've got to throw it either you know either structure or target so when i'm gonna tell anybody who's going fly fishing today is what they need to do is they need to get into the backs of the codes and you're going to be able to pick a fish oil in the back of the cold to but you've got to do early that back in the cold bite's gonna start sometime at first light and it may only go to about nine nine thirty in the morning latest and then again it'll it'll happen again late in the afternoon say about five five thirty probably closer to six until dark so you got about an hour and a half to two hours hours in the morning in about an hour and a half the afternoon trying to get a striper on on your fly rod needs to be thrown small dates threats in still for the most part we are getting ready for that spawning run and when that happens everything's just gonna cut loose you gotta keep your eye on birds listen you may not see fish surfacing in the backs of the coast but if you see a couple of goals or even better part those little bonaparte turnovers those little turns flying in and around the back of a cold they don't always go into the very back because they get a little scared going into the backs of codes but just flying in and out in and out and they don't go away in the back but they're in there and you see them constantly circling i promise you there's fish and wildlife this time of year to find your fish whether it's turns and goals were herons on the bank or kingfisher's just is it on the backs of the.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To six until dark got about an hour and a half to two hours in the morning in about an hour and a half the new current get a strike one on your fly rodney needs to be thrown small bates there is a threat students still for the most part we are getting ready uh for for that spawning ron and when that happens everything is just gonna cut loose you've got to keep your eye on birds listen you may not fish surfacing in the backs of the codes but if you see a couple of goals or even better points those little bonaparte turns those little turns flying inning around the back of a cold they don't always go into the very fact refused they get a little scared going into the backs of codes but and flooring did it out given out they don't go away in the back with their in there and you see them constantly circling i promise you there's fish there absolutely wildlife this time of year to find you finish whether it's turns in goals while harry's on the bank or kingfisher's just side and on bait abacha colmes that's what you've got to be doing and you gotta be looking for those targets that no one or two degrees warmer water temperatures dropped in the last two weeks we're back down to about fifty four degrees good if you can find a pocket a fifty five fifty six is a good chance it'd be loaded with rates in she had and got to get out you defining officials to okay i tell me about trout fishing no trout fishing has been okay it's a little bit of rain um that we've high but because it's been such a a corner i'll tell you wanted a look great it's going on right now that you can do right below grateful for damn uh we had a heck of a shiite killed this year with the cold weather and because of that shared kill the show at die since to the.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The us olympic longtrack speedskating trails ended in milwaukee sunday night with men's and women's mastered races involving groups of skaters starting together chuck worm bacha wisconsin public radio reports eight women in 25 men skated in separate sixteen lap races the points earned were added to those accumulated at two world cup races last fall the overall men's winner was joey mantilla who says mass start is different from typical twoskater contests it's definitely my they march citing from government lines right up in our will also accelerate saying were in and make it happen finisher asked on ice if you will women's overall winner heather burks must know she also hopes the olympic competition next month will be interesting for fans mastered mrs of not been part of olympic longtrack speedskating since 1932 for npr news i'm chuck hornbach in milwaukee a magnitude three point one earthquake has shaken part of north central oklahoma the us jill logical survey says the quake was recorded sunday afternoon and kingfisher county no damage or injuries reported thousands of earthquakes have been recorded in oklahoma in recent years many of been linked to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and natural gas production while the northern hemisphere shivers in the cold dangerous heat is roasting parts of australia with temperatures that i haven't been seen in decades it hit one hundred seventeen degrees on sunday in sydney this is npr news israel on sunday identified twenty activist groups from around the world whose members will be banned from entering the country over their calls to boycott the jewish state the list made public sunday includes a nobel peace prize winning organization the american friends service committee that's a quaker group that said it would continue to work for peace and justice despite a temporary ban the fbi says it is spotted drones in restricted airspace surrounding the atlanta stadium where college football's title game will be held monday night a spokesman for the agency says flying drones or aircraft in the area of mercedes benz stadium is a violation of federal law the golden globes were handed out sunday night and comedian seth meyer's touched on hollywood's sexual misconduct scandal by offering a little humor on the topic any is in their own tonight this is the first time in three months it won't be terrifying.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Start is different from typical twoskater contests it's definitely my paying more exciting but you know i come from an lines right up in our will house of la packs outracing where anything can happen when you turn ask our nice if you will women's overall winner heather burks muss no she also hopes the olympic competition next month will be interesting for fans mastered races have not been part of olympic longtrack speedskating since 1932 for npr news i'm chuck krumbach and milwaukee a magnitude three point one earthquake has shaken part of north central oklahoma the us geological survey says the quake was recorded sunday afternoon and kingfisher county no damage or injuries reported thousands of earthquakes have been recorded in oklahoma in recent years many of been linked to the underground injection of wastewater from oil and natural gas production while the northern hemisphere shippers a cold dangerous heated roasting parts of australia with temperatures that haven't been seen in decades it hit one hundred seventeen degrees on sunday in sydney this is npr news israel on sunday identified twenty activist groups from around the world whose members will be banned from entering the country over their calls to boycott the jewish state the list made public sunday includes a nobel peace prize winning organization the american friends service committee that's a quaker group that said it would continue to work for peace and justice despite a temporary ban the fbi says it is spotted drones in restricted airspace surrounding the atlanta stadium where college football's title game will be held monday night a spokesman for the agency says flying drones or aircraft in the area of mercedes benz stadium is a violation of federal law the golden globes were handed out sunday night and comedian seth meyer's touched on hollywood's sexual misconduct scandal by offering a little humor on the topic.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Important series where the cardinals at the new bold bmw toyota sports decks alex ferrario joined that's right round that's why i walked in here with such hostility towards dave climb because it's such a big series tonight that najia amman ads are kingfisher cake get set four but it's the cardinals and pirates the night game one of a threegame weekend series before the cardinals return home to busch stadium now one and a half games out of a wildcard spot thanks to the cubs winning yesterday in well thanks to the colorado rockies being so terrible as of late as they've lost four consecutive games they take on the san diego padres tonight but walkie and cubs play their series and the cardinals and pirates colonels have had their way with the pirates this season and pirates have been struggling here in the month of september and they have one of their best pitchers on the mound tonight cardinals sending michael walker to the mound who was three in one in his last four starts he goes against ivan nova lineup pretty much the same for the cardinals this evening as mack carpenter leads things off or the red birds at third base tommy famine less field dexter fowler in center jose martinez at first base yahya molina behind the play paul the young at short cult long it second stephen scotty in right field and michael wocka rounding things out first pitch tonight is that 605 with the amur in pregame show starting at five ten right here on kmox as i mentioned the padres and rockies play a little bit later on this evening in the cubs and brewers play a little bit later on this evening as well also going on tonight does st louis blues hockey is are taken on the washington capitals out in washington d c little a different look to the lineup tonight does not all of nhl veteran players on this roster as mike you're trying to get a handle on what this team is going to look like so you'll lee really nhl roster players robbie fabbri on offense for the blues tonight villa who so is going to be a net for the blues and mike yo talking a little bit about this preseason and how he wants to see this roster falana competitive lineup we've.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yen is the best the former against the dollar out of g ten currencies but the aussie dollar rising as well base metals giving a bit of impetus they're still quite a bit of focus on those looking at zinc were up fourtenths of a percent three thousand one hundred and thirty two also a lot of focus on of crude oil so we got bigger draw down than expected in invent trees yesterday so we did see the price rise on that but it was lower by the end of the session as the focus turned to us output data in stead at oil is holding that threeweek low wti up just twotenths percent forty six point eight six dollars a barrel brent crude at fifty spot 44 mokkassed now there are just getting some burki figures from the corporate world on the bloomberg standard bank so first half adjusted eps coming in here a sevenpoint fought sixround which is a better though the estimates of seven point four three rand when it comes to the headline basic eps as i say seven point five six ron from standard bank of south africa lender we're also going through figures from kingfisher the european home improvement company's secondquarter likeforlike sales minus one point nine percent versus the estimate all the mindless figures well but not as bad as one point nine percent zero point eight percent minus walls the expectation when it comes to the second quarter b and q season performance that is down eleven percent remember that we in key is kingfisher's uk retail brand kingfisher says that it's comfortable with the year year two two consensus on the my eps views at this stage kingfisher of course operating under being q here in the uk and castorama in france yellow turned to equities then in the asian session we've seen gains on the msci asiapacific index with material x and tech stocks leading the gains if we take our attention to europe after three days of gains and after the sp 500 closed tie yesterday looks like we could see declines in just under an hour's time eurostoxx fifty futures down by two tenths of a percent footsie100 futures pretty flat tax teachers off by one tenth for dissent cac forty futures down by of twotenths percent and.

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"kingfisher" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kingfisher" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Our correspondent benjamin sutherland explained how militry research is a using technology to extract a bit more juice out of the human brain try and stimulate the rain using small doses of direct current alternating current ultrasound or even magnetic stimulation to increase the brain's performance typically known generically as a brain stimulation small doses of electricity the military is also been very interested in this matter of also then civilian researchers working on it with hopes for improving workplace efficiency a wise investment than to tell bosses about even with at least to our brains it could still be tricky to work out just how much we knew the animals we share the planet with we grappled with that in our book sadat section this week which reviewed to works on animal writing it seems that what we write about our fellow foreigner might reveal what we really think about our selves do people really knew the animals they love the question gnaws at a proud of memoirs published this month big pig little pig jacqueline yallop's account of raising two porkers in rural front and ask kingfisher's catch fire meditation by alex preston on a life long obsession with birds timothy elop spot her love of animals arrays from raising hawks in the countryside sadly that all say meant killing them for them meet tending to the pigs to guess one wild boars that eventually bulk up to one hundred seventy kilograms is like an execution of falling for someone on death row.

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