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02:06 min | Last week

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Zee. You're listening to ABC News Daily News. Radio Time is 10 to seeyou Boulders Cove at 19 situation continues to keep officials scrambling to spike in the number of covert positive cases, causing a major concern at C U There's a growing lack of isolation rooms for students would have tested positive for the virus. Of a student test positive They have to be relocated from their dorm room and move into the so called isolation room. The school says. It is 151 isolation rooms already in use, and it only has 249 total. See you reported 100 new cases yesterday, and Boulder County reported another 70 for positive or probable cases. The new testing site on the east side of town at the Statue of Ball Fields will be open seven days a week from 9 A.m. to 3 P.m. until October. 2nd Fox 30 one's Julie for Koray News Radio, at least one father of Children and a Denver elementary school says he'll be keeping his kids home because of a homeless encampment across the street needles on the ground. I've seen it all, the father says he doesn't feel his young dollars would be in the proper environment schools called university Prep, They're supposed to be getting prepared to go to college. People sleeping on the sidewalk and camping, you know, in the middle of the city, the school's located a 25th in Arapaho in five points. Police swept out a similar in Cabinet at a Capitol Hill Middle school last month. High altitude lakes in Boulder, Grand Jackson and Larimer County has got a special air dropped this week. Colorado Parks and Wildlife are dropping young, cutthroat trout into the lakes. Each trout measured about one of the quarter inch and a total of 380,000 were part of the air drops used to stock those high altitude lakes. It'll take about two years before they reach accountable size of 10 inches. The fish were reared at the Mount Tavano Hatchery in saliva. Jerry Bo Ko We News radio. Another news update at 1 30. I'm Jodi Jordan on KO News radio. 8:50 A.m. and maybe for one FM were constantly multitasking. Gonna drive home when I'm running, Aaron.

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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Start at midnight with a possibility of 3 to 7 inches of snow by Wednesday morning. Overnight, low temps Tuesday in the Wednesday could drop into the twenties. The Cameron Peak fire has grown quickly over the weekend and is now more than 34,000 acres. New mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders were issued yesterday. The fire has moved south into the remote northern part of Rocky Mountain National Park, Old Fall River Road and Trail Ridge Road had to be closed because of the smoke. Creating low visibility. Rocky Mountain National Park Superintendent Darla Side Liss with those two closures gives us a chance to do a little scouting to look for some opportunities to hold it. Near that shape and pass area. Some additional trails and wilderness camp sites in that area also were closed. Red flag warnings are in place through today. Air quality advisories posted along the front range because of smoke from that Cameron Peak fire in Larimer County. The superintendent of Colorado's third largest school district is on leave, but the reasons for that are uncertain. A statement from the district says that Dr Thomas Tucker is out of state visiting his ailing mother. Our partners at Fox 31 report. The superintendent sleeve is pending an outside investigation. That can hit a go ahead, two run homer in the eighth inning as the Rockies beat the Dodgers 7 to 6 last night manager but black. He's capable that, you know, he's a veteran with experience. No, his his composure and experience helps him you know, in situations like this black bragging about camps clutch hit Rockies and Padres tonight on KOR coverage at six. First pitch at 7 10 aren't accepted. 7 30. I'm Cathy Walker on cable news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1. From the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center taken a check of this rollover accident coming in on Lucent just to the north of C 4 70 that is going to be blocking a couple lanes. So, ah, good area to avoid let police and firefighters do their work in that area by 25 moving along just fine when looking at some slowing north bound direction. Just North Castle Rock Looks like that has lifted north and south and I do too five looking good for traveling in and out of DEA Penna Boulevard rolling ad or just about Sted speeds No major hassles on 56th Avenue Tower Road. Also in good shape. Bach's 31 pinpoint weather for today Partly cloudy, smoky eyes of 91 rain late tonight Lows the 56 then snow likely tomorrow 2 to 6 inches possible Eyes of 36 Denver Partly cloudy in 59 ready to buy a new home. We don't know where to start. Rocket can check out the rocket mortgage home Buyers Guide for articles, tips and tools. When you injure mortgage to fit your family and budget rocket, can I'm Joel Navarro? Okay, we news radio live.

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"larimer county" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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05:46 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"That broke where we at now because they you know these are the stories that on a national team can kind of come into focus and then quickly leave obviously a on a local level. It's big news and we'll continue to stay in that big news category in terms of the covid nineteen restrictions not not being able to fall those not following them as well as these racial allegations where's this investigation gone? What is next or are we still in a state of limbo? Somewhat Limbo investigation still ongoing I believe it's. Closer towards the end, but I still don't know an exact date or how close exactly has I? Know you know a number of people that have been interviewed and everything? Yeah. It's still limo and that means Let's see if people call it still suspended they're not doing their workouts right now I you know so they're they're basically just students right now class started yesterday and and obviously they can work out on their own, but they can't work out as a team and teams facilities right now while others. are still they're they're basically operating as if the off-season the the false got suspended they can still do you know quote unquote voluntary. Workouts for basketball soccer volleyball, and on. Kevin what do you think is again Kevin Lionel of the Colorado and joining us what do you think's going to happen in the long run? Do you think that this? This investigation that's ongoing from Ceus you and from there the lawyer firms that they they'll offer that they hired into the investigation. Do you think it's going to result in a slap on the wrist? Where do you think this is GonNa go what do you think the long lasting impacts on C. issue is going to be. Yeah. It's hard to say right now I know this law firm is the one that did the Iowa investigation that you know that happened earlier summer and if you look at that they kind of you know it's not like the law firms GonNa come out and say you know you must wire these people or anything like that it'll be more. Here's what we found probably. A long you know list of of things they found basically witness statements I I guess is the best way to describe it, and then it'll be up to the issue of basically Joyce McConnell prison. McConnell. To decide what that means as far as you know if there will be punishments what they would be and all that. So you know the law firm like I say l. kind of. Act as a gathering of information source, and then it will probably be up to see it. You decide actually what that will mean as far as next steps. So it's really hard to say until we see you know what the law firm comes up with and how you know how they investigate how thoroughly investigated. Well, we will find out what the end result is Kevin. What do you got? What are you working on? I saw some some photos of some high school athletics look a little bit differently. But what are you working on what he got coming up? Obviously, all these fires are keeping very busy as well. Yeah. Definitely. That's For forever on here in Northern Car Colorado. That's of the big thing..

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:40 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Based on what we know that's the most likely scenario but we're still still piecing things together and as you touched on for friends and family and colleagues wanted absolute tragedy a young man who I didn't have the pleasure of knowing but I've heard nothing but but you know notch things about him to have lost his life in service. But at the same time, you know that's unfortunately we people reminded that the Rangers out there they you know they are dedicated to make an safe. Recreational Environment for folks and in doing that, they do end up putting themselves in risk unfortunately this in this event at Kosta Arranger his life enroll deeply saddened for that I didn't know him well, but everything that was said is absolutely spot on he. He was a servant to others as all the Rangers are up there but certainly mourning the loss of such a wonderful young man he was a marine and just had his entire life in front of him but just absolutely heartbreaking. Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith thank you so much for your time this morning where can we go for the most up to date current information on those fires? was few different areas to go to four the specific fire information on Cameron peak fire that was managed by federal crew I. Encourage your listeners to go to Insa web just type in a web it'll pull it up and that provides information every major fire in the US a map, a pop-up they can drill down.

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:44 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"It's moved more westerly than anything which is really a surprise to us typically the winds for us you know blow and pull that stuff. More forward, and we were concerned about it coming the biggest concern population wise is for it to go north and east and be pushed up toward red feather lakes and Crystal Lakes. It has not made significant progress up on that end, which I'm very pleased we have had moved more towards Rocky Mountain National Park got to a point it. It created evacuations in the Pingree Park area and up over. Into the zones a little bit east of there and dropping back down. So that's definitely concerned that one of the things I would share with your listeners is that's a fire that's not a lot of recalled direct attack. They're really having to do lines along lays out because the way that fires burning. So despite that number of zero consent percent containment don't be lulled into thinking. There's not a lot of work being done. There's a lot of lying being done a lot of it's done mechanically, they've got bulldozers working cutter is a lot of operators up there. It's just a ways out. From the fire because of how large that was when they started and the kind of timber there in it's not something you typically put hand crews right into. So the line that they're doing is further out and I suspect what they're going to end up doing is is more back. Burn operations wants to get those lines complete and then remove that fuel in between because this fire been spotting a fair amount. So if you do just one small line and the fire gets to, it's still going to be spotting past it. My understanding is to and I I didn't realize this but got into a fascinating discussion with my stepson just yesterday who had watched On fire fighting and a lot of this is, as you said mechanical, it is a creating containment areas and basically defensible zones to stop the spread of the fire. Yes and you know there's a lot of fires that we have. That will direct attack with hand crews and engine crews this one and you know your listeners if they visit up in those areas, we've all watched for twenty years and we've talked about the fire that's bound to come through in that Beatles kill this up there very heavy timber and older forest you know. Relatively. And just a whole lot of fuel stacked up in there, and that's not the kind of environment you can it firefighters into safely. So give us a lot more mechanical. Fascinating seven, sixteen now thirteen ten, Kfi a thirteen, ten KFI. K. Dot Com joined this morning by Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith. Sheriff Smith, a very sombre heartbreaking memorial yesterday as boat procession on Horse Tooth, reservoir friends, family, and colleagues of. Lamoure County Vote Ranger Brendan Units lined the shores of horse to throw up to celebrate his life to honor his legacy Brendan Unit died Thursday night trying to help others at horse tooth you re you released video statement on this yesterday. What can you tell us about the circumstances that led to his death? Well, I'll start out with the premise we're still collecting information but from what we have right now what appears to have occurred was that ranger unit was out working his regular shift that evening and likely had intentionally. put that boat ashore over on the west side had beached it to go over and Based on what his colleagues tell us do foot patrol. There's there's vote in campsites that area and it's believed that he probably was over there his colleagues did hear him on the radio when the call for distress went out and unfortunately that's not a recorded channels. So we don't have that recording, but but they gave witness statements they heard him it was it was somewhat broken as that point winds that were we understand to be thirty five plus miles. An hour had blown in unexpectedly and for those who recreated horse tooth they know unfortunately that's not unheard of in that area a little microbursts come from experience. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Comes through quickly and and so what we believe is that when he raced back to his boat to go over to provide assistance that the land and the water had likely pulled that boat on the shore and knowing that's the piece of equipment he knew to to retrieve to get provide Protection and assistance to the folks that were in trouble on the east side that he had taken his self-inflating life jacket off, which is something he would only be wearing all the time however self inflating it's one of those. They hit the water it would have inflated put in. We're told put him on his back and he wouldn't have been able to do anything to. Retrieve the boat. So based on what we know from his colleagues, we believe that's why the the life jacket was found on the west side just across from Rotary Park and little later on in the evening after they're done the rescue and we're not able to locate a ranger unit they did locate US patrol boats just below Rotary Park near the eastern shore. So From that point, they had done you know basic searches and really it was it was the big alarm everybody came in in a Tudor fire, our folks, the Rangers, Colorado, parks, and wildlife pulled boats from everywhere. They could Denver. Police Department brought a helicopter as Colorado National Guard. So we really were searching your water land and air I hoping that he was maybe on the shore and trying to hike back and just didn't have his radio however after enough searching, you know the the focus really became on in the water we believe that was likely where he was and. By sometime a little bit after three am on Friday one of the Colorado Parks and wildlife boats with side scan sonar was able to locate a target off the shore a little ways and about twelve feet of water, and in fact, that was to the body of Ranger, unit and After some more work, they're able to recover his body and bring him back in. So we are still looking for witnesses that might have any information the corner did rule accidental drowning,.

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:54 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"They've already got a fair amount of containment and with that aircraft support and eighty plus people on the ground, I'm feeling good right now obviously, today's another rough weather day for us. You know not not high winds but still hot. So that would certainly concerned everybody in the area any indication as to the source of that loose down fire. You. Know what we're looking at right now based on where it started and when we're working with the belief we're probably deal with the lightning star. We'll be looking at that but that's the reminder we talked to the community. It's always nice to hear a storms coming through and you know a couple of days earlier we had a couple of. storms blow through. However, they brought very little moisture and they brought lightning and so I know we watch the lightning strikes. We had states multimodal aircraft up helping us to look for potential start. So at this point unless we see something different, it's certainly looking like lightning str- start up there. We had another one on Saturdays well up off of. Cherokee Park road near eating reservoir that one was contained to just a few trees and again, look like a lightning strike. Well, that is very good to hear turn into that Cameron peak fire growing to eighteen thousand, two, hundred, eighty, seven acres on Sunday twenty eight point six square miles zero percent containment as of last night where do we stand on that? Well. I wouldn't important thing to to share with you on that gale is that it's moved more westerly than anything which is really a surprise to us typically the winds for us you know blow and pull that stuff. More forward, and we were concerned about it coming the biggest concern population wise is for it to go north and east and be pushed.

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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Filling sandbags in the peninsula city of past Christian, Mississippi. So many people here earlier I gotta wait my turn. It could be a double date. A tropical weather Tropical Storm Laura is heading for the same stretch of U. S. Gulf Coast later in the week. You're listening to ABC News News. Radio Time is 11 0 to a demonstration of Denver Police headquarters turned violent Saturday night, leading to 12 arrests and one citation. Mayor Michael Hancock spoke at an afternoon news conference today. We're not going to stand for it. We're not going to stand for their anarchy there Chaos or they're mindless destruction in our city. Denver police chief Paul Paisan says demonstrators broke windows, set fires and shot fireworks toward officers. One officer suffered a concussion and third degree burns. He is expected to recover. Pine Gulch Fire north of Grand Junction is now 44% contained more than 900. People are battling the fire, which is more than 129,000 acres in Glenwood Canyon. The grizzly peak fire has burned 30,000 acres. It's now 30% contained the Cameron Peak fire in your Chambers Lake and Larimer County is going to over 18,000 acres. It 0% contained both mandatory and voluntary evacuations in place. A loose stone fire in Larimer County, northwest of Fort Collins has burned 165 Acres. Officials say that fires 12% contained mandatory evacuations in Park County because of a new wildfire. The Thorpe fire is northwest of Lake George. The fire has burned about 150 acres. State health officials have issued an alert for multiple pollutants until at least Monday at 4 P.m.. Due to a wildfire smoke Ozone may reach the unhealthy category and fine particulate concentrations could reach the unhealthy for sensitive groups category. The greatest air quality impact will be in the Denver metro and northward along the I 25 Corridor Toe. Longmont, Fort Collins and Greeley, the Broncos back at a training camp Sunday, where there were some injuries, injuries continue to mount up. We did see Von Miller back at practice, Rookie linebacker Justice Turn. I left the field with a sprained wrist and rookie cornerback Michaela Jim Oudea. He's dealing with a quad issue and should be out about a week. The Broncos are back on the practice field Monday at 9 15 a youth training centre. Brannan Krystal Kayleigh news radio The Rockies lost to the Dodgers this afternoon. 11 to 3. I'm Chad Bauer on KO News, radio. 8 50 am in.

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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Await news Radio time is nine o'clock. I'm Chuck Clark. Our top story a sad story as the search for a missing park ranger and horse tooth was far has come to a tragic end. Sadly, the Larimer County Sheriff's office now confirming that missing Park Ranger, the body of the mission Park Ranger has been found here in the waters of forced tooth Reservoir recovery made about 3 30 this morning. He was part of a rescue team that was trying to save two people late yesterday evening here in horse who they were able to be shaved with no injuries whatsoever. But once restaurant who's got back to shore and realize that the one Ranger Was among the missing himself. A search effort overnight included the Denver police helicopter, several Jones and boats on the water, but the body of the Ranger was recovered at about 3 30. This morning. No, I d on the range reservation but a very impressive sight here as the body was escorted from the shores, of course, Tooth reservoir by law enforcement officers from all over Larimer County. Just a short time ago on Fox. Everyone's Jim Hooley for K Way. News radio. In other news, four major wildfires continue to grow across the state and the Grizzly Creek fire still has I seventies shut down through Glenwood Canyon. Si dot hoping it'll be days, not weeks before the roadway reopens, officials say parts of canyon look destroyed. Somebody specifically tell me they went through it and cried when they saw so there's some areas out there that are pretty bad. Regional director Mike Goolsbee says. It looks like the bridges have not been heavily damaged by the fire if you don't says his longest aerial operations are underway. Interstate Can't reopen The Pine Gulch Fire north of Grand Junction is now about 122,000 Acres. Officials there say it'll take rain to put that fire out thunderstorm development to the north and the Northwest. That's pushing this fire to the South..

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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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02:02 min | Last month

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Cameron Peak fire in Larimer County Incident Commander Mike Hayden. We received a lot of resources of the last couple days and we feel very fortunate because lots of great work is getting done right now. Operation Section Chief Bo Kid updated the progress of fighting the Cameron Peak fire. Our structure Protection group was able to get out. Take a flight over this these smaller communities around the periphery. Of the fire and also up in red feather Crystal lakes. They've got a good plan in place now, and they'll start moving resource is a complete work across the highway 14 corridor up into some of these other areas, doing the same type of operation with structure improvement and coming up with a good game plan. For the long term, the camera peak fire has grown to more than 15,000 acres and 0% contained A new wildfire in Garfield County. The Red Canyon fire was reported about 4 P.m. Wednesday. Officials say it has burned between 30 and 40 acres near Fisher Cemetery, Road and County Road. 1 15 near the Grizzly Creek fire. Evacuation orders were issued, but officials later announced that the fire was controlled and evacuations were lifted. GPS says it should initially be able to make sure students have the computers they need to begin remote learning when the district opens instruction next Monday, But the district has run into a problem. There's a nationwide shortage of devices. So Superintendent Susanna Cordova is making this request to parents. You have a device personal device that your students can use that would enable them to participate in video conferencing. And you also have a school provided device we'd appreciate if you could return. The school device district has ordered 10,000 computers, MCordova says delivery has been slowed by the shortage. After just two days of in person Learning at Fort Lupton High School, all students must switch to learning remotely for the next 14 days because two students have tested positive for covert 19. The school was split up into two co hearts and one student in each group tested positive for the virus. I'm Chad Bauer on K Away news radio. It's shocking to have an electrical problem because of the great unknown. How much will it cost a warm switch on outlet that sparks or something else..

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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05:14 min | 3 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Denouncing Zanan Kfi am thirteen ten Kfi K.. A. Dot com mornings. Gail fueled by great. Western petroleum live and local via the auto collision specialists studios all right, so did you watch the trump rally from Tulsa Oklahoma be interested in your thoughts on that nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten i. mean you had the mainstream? Lame stream media calling president trump always a super spreader I. Don't know it gets back to the hypocrisy here. which protests are acceptable in a time of cove nineteen, and which are not, and is there indeed? No, it's not rhetorical. Is there indeed a double standard here I mean? The media rarely cited the virus a during the social justice protests, but oh my gosh, the uproar over the trump rally, but asks the question. It begs the question. I should say did tick Tock and K pop K. pop is Korean. Pop vans sabotage the trump rally in Tulsa. It's kind of interesting. Oh. Yes, we haven't had. A HICFA knee of the day for quite some time, but after top Democrats gloated that teenage activists had sabotaged. At President Trump's. Oklahoma rally on Saturday. Trump campaign fired back within hours, saying that media organizations are complicit in spreading false narratives about the event and that protesters and the corona. Were indeed the real culprits Inter representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez specifically, asserting taking to twitter that teenagers allegedly reserved scores of tickets for the Tulsa Event Online, then failed to show up thus preventing others from being able to attend. Here's what a cause.' Oh Cortez road to. Trump campaign manager Brad Scowl referring to a popular Chinese video, sharing social media application actually. She, said debris I'd Brad. You just got rocked by teens on. TIKTOK now a spokesperson for the Tulsa Fire. Department said that fire marshal records so that just under sixty two hundred scan tickets were logged for the rally at the. Center the figure doesn't include trump's team. Staff members I believe six of them Oh. Yeah, this was e- latest outcry on the mainstream media was just kind of following this. In advance of the rally O- six campaign workers tested positive for Ovid. Oh, it's the end of the world as we know it. Because member I'm not making light of it and I'm not diminishing the number of people that have died as a result of cove nineteen, but this is a two tier to track conversation with. With more testing. You're going to get more positive results. Eighty to eighty five percent of US don't even know that we have it or we have the sniffles, or we have to clear our throat of APPs. We have a cough. Not Undermining the upward white of one hundred twenty thousand people across the country who have died from it, but you need to separate numbers in terms of testing from a spike in hospitalizations. I know I. Keep Repeating that, but it's important that we keep that in mind meanwhile. Back to this piece out of Fox News, guilty as charged, yeah, the president and his campaign this in advance of the rally at talented one million ticket requests, the area the arena's capacity is nineteen thousand scale for his part. countered by explaining the campaigns process for screening out false ticket requests, which was implemented after activists made similar efforts to derail previous rallies. It's not their first Rodeo. They know what's going on. He said leftists and online trolls doing a lap thinking they somehow impacted rally attendance. Don't know what they're talking about. Or how rallies actually work reporters, who gleefully about tick, Tock and K pop without contacting the campaign for comment behaved unprofessionally, and we're willing dupes. So the charade now here's something else to think about. If Cossio Cortez's claims about TIKTOK Richard. Well, wouldn't that represent? Unprecedented, foreign-based election interference that Democrats ordinarily claim to oppose because think about it tick. Tock is owned by the Beijing based Technology Company. Bit Dance Eight fifty-seven now thirteen ten KFI. Weber holes bored story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI, K..

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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03:10 min | 3 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"At accessories with player hair down. But how is the beauty business community? Let's take it from the macro to the micro house. The business community coming together to support one another in Greeley. Well everything is about collaboration and so downtown Greeley we try to make community that everybody wanted to did, and that's that we're still trying to. Do you know what the stores went to promote the restaurants and vice versa, and because the more people we can get down there. Of course we don't have our. Friday fast right now. Some all the other festivals. So we've done some marketing. maybe was unique, but you can't. You got it. That's our positive thing is trying to keep in front of the public and when they're ready to come out. We want them to know that we are ready. for me my hair salon. You know I booked the appointments far apart I'm always wearing a mask and everything is sanitized between every clients you know and so I had people from eight states last week there people are traveling and they are coming to downtown Greeley, so we appreciate that more than they'll ever know so. We're open and ready. You know it's interesting, and this is well kind of a negative slant on things, but I just come across a piece. from Estes Park, in which Obviously an international tourist destination, and sadly there was a car with an out of state. License plates up and Asda's, and there was a note put on the windshield that essentially said. Any other time we welcome you, but now and then it got kind of crass and vulgar. Want you to go away and you know it's really really sad because you've got businesses, estes park going. No, no, no, hang on, wait a minute. That wasn't us. We have no idea who that was, and we welcome you. So what is the temperature in Greeley when it comes to? Because as you said I, people from eight states are coming in What is the reaction from the business community? Row We want them downtown of course I I don't know if every business requires a mask, but people usually come in and say. Do I need to wear masks? and I I leave that up to you I will on your behalf. And I have a lot of mass I mean my my clothing. Companies weren't selling clothing for quite some time, and so they would use their remnants to make. The fabric math, good, old, American ingenuity and creativity. You gotTA. Love it. Yeah, we've all had to do that, so you know men and women and little kids. Little Kids Math. I don't know how keeping on a baby, but I do have some tiny so anyway you know people are are thinking about it, but they need to get out and feel good about themselves, and you know we've got a beautiful downtown, so we're ready for them to come back whenever they are ready. Linda winner ex owner accessories with the player in hair in downtown. Guerrillas look for that signature red awning again. Thank you for expressing.

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02:23 min | 3 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Offices will be closed on election day. I made that announcement last year that I would forevermore closing on. On Election Day because of the need to utilize vehicle licensing workers to assist with the election, so please don't procrastinate with your vehicle, licensing transaction either June. The thirtieth is a grace period deadlines for those who had a May renewal, so they have a grace period until the end of June and so don't procrastinate. Bind yourself on June thirtieth without your Your tags that you need. And you must be reading my mind. Because falls squarely into that category, so thank you for the reminder yeah. Couple of other things scale you know. We found this year on the back of our envelopes. We had our printer. Put a hole on the back of the envelope this year. used to be that was on the front behind that whole. You'll notice that there's a bar code. And that code is used by the printer only to make sure they get the correct ballot with to the correct voter, and so what we've found this year is some of those whole gotten caught on postal processing equipment and having little tear at that whole. It does not indicate that somebody's trying to to know variously. Look at your ballot information. It simply is a processing challenge that we have this year, hasn't it is it's happened on quite a few ballot envelopes, but it doesn't indicate anything bad happening. It's just a a design flaw, a slight design flaw that we will look at for future elections. Good to know Angela Myers Larimer County. Clerk and recorder thank you so much for taking the time during a very busy time. Certainly do appreciate all the information and again just a reminder. If you haven't dropped that ballot in the mail today Angela is the last day calibrate me on that. Yes, last day is June thirtieth and one last thing to remember if you're an unaffiliated voter, and they make up our biggest block their county do not return more than one voted ballots. They receive both major party ballots in their packet. Only return one voted, or neither one will count. But today is the last day to drop your ballot in the mail. Right? Absolutely, Yes. Thank you so much Angela? Certainly do appreciate all you. Do you bet? It sixteen.

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well I know we're all a little off balance. These days a little out of step of his new to all of the changes that we have seen that have been wrought by cove nineteen all the restrictions so many asking what's open. What's close, but one thing that remains constant that June thirtieth primary election just eight days away. If I'm doing my math correctly and well, there's some things that you need to know. Join this morning by Larimer County, clerk and recorder Angela Myers, and so I welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it very much and. So Eloquently Well thank you. I appreciate that as well now. Things are a little bit busy for clerks, clerks and recorders around the state. Your no exception, right. No exception here and you know that's pretty much the way it is all the time but as. Election season. So. Tell us what we need to know. I wanted to ask you. Because here's what I did I did. I did my due diligence Angela because I live in Larimer County, I live in Loveland and so I went and dug through my mail baskets and yeah I found my balance. I've got my ballot, but it's too late to mail it right. Oh today is the last eight of male. Okay. Yeah, today's your last male Yep. All right, so I can still drop it in the mail and make sure that it's counted by then we get to the vote early portion of the conversation, which is a good thing early voting it's that's fine, but voting often not so much. We can still only cast one ballot. Against so eloquently said you are absolutely correct. It is time however to get that valley. You did receive in the Mail on its way to us. And if you don't put it in the mail, drop it in a twenty four hour, dropbox. And there's one in every municipality and Labor County and all across the county. So there's many opportunities for you and we can just go to your website. Right and get all those dropbox locations well absolutely, but even better, Gail. You can grab it out of your instructions. Voter instructions team your ballot. All information is right there. Your fingertips thing on looking. I'm looking at my. Why you are absolutely correct, thank you so much. Instruction reader, either and I always tell people. Have a lot of great insulin of Avalon. Exactly that's of like your last default position. Read the instructions. Gentlemen I'm talking to you. My friend I'm with you. All right now. What about the changes that? We have seen in terms of voting relative to covid nineteen. You know I'll tell you what Gail. The most important thing for people to remember. Is You know we have a wonderful system in Colorado views it don't go into a voter service and pulling center unless you absolutely have to get that ballot that you received in the mail back to us as quickly as you can. Don't wait until the day before they can just drop the twenty four hour box. You'd be to that Dave Election Day and what happens if you spoil it or you spill coffee on it now you end up vs because you waited too long for another solution so Please get those ballots into us before Election Day if you possibly can. As you bring up a very cogent pointed I am a coffee spill from a long way back particularly. If I'm wearing something white, I mean that that just narrows the timeframe and wished in which that white shirt is sullied, but what happens if you do, spill coffee on your ballot, or if your kids breakout the crayons and coloring on your ballot? You're going to want to contact our office. Nine, seven, four, nine, eight, seven, eight two. Two Zero and ask us let us know what happened, and we'll do our best to help you without your having to go into a voter service and pulling center whatever that might look like so give us a call I, 'cause we want to keep as many people out of that at that in-person site as we can, because of social distancing and covert so call us first, and you're going to want to replace that, Alad. All right. That's good to know Finally. There's a lot of. Consternation a lot of conversation about the efficacy, the safety, the security of mail in ballots, and I find it fascinating, because Colorado was kind of a trailblazer in that arena, right? Well. Absolutely we're one of three states across the nation that actually do mail balloting and have done it for a while. The other would be Washington. And Oregon and I. Tell You what we do. Have a wonderful system. I asked often about broad. I will tell you in Larimer County. I see nearly none of it when I do see someone who who crosses the line. It's usually someone who was confused. That doesn't matter Gail. However, confusion doesn't get you out of it. You still could visit from RDA but but you know usually what we see. Someone just got. You know life is happening for them. What happens to your brain? When you're when your wife ends up in the hospital emergency room or your child is is You know broke their leg or you poke something in your eye, you know people's lives are happening until they do stupid things when when their lives are full of other things going on, so, but that doesn't matter we still we still send him to. The and RDA is very. cares a lot about voter fraud and is very active and doesn't let those things go, which were very proud of. A friendly visit from the DA well. You really don't. Walk. Yes exactly and I'm sure I'm sure. The DA is a lovely individual, but yet when it comes to voting that something, we all take seriously so Dan. Yeah, despite the the noise that we are hearing across the country. Colorado's voting system mail in balloting. has proven to be very very safe. When it comes to fraud, you are absolutely right and I'll tell you what couple of things I wanted to let. Your listeners know about that are really important with respect to larimer county. All of our vehicle licensing.

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Empty Metal seat with you. So many unanswered questions but Well we have clarity now because frontier airlines ditched that thirty nine empty seat offer well before it even got off the ground. Eight forty one now thirteen ten. Kfi A thirteen ten KFI K. A. Dot com mornings with Gail live local. Fueled by Great Western Petroleum. Where pizza by Joe Rubino out of the Denver Post Yeah The Denver based budget carrier Wednesday night pulled the plug on its more room sales offer. Where once again you could buy that middle seat on flights for thirty nine dollars and up and up deal was heavily criticised including by congressional leaders. So what frontier did do well. You had frontiers. Ceo Berry beautiful sending a letter to several congressmen saying his airline would rescind the more room pricing policy that was set to take effect on frontier flights Starting tomorrow the letter was apparently in response to correspondence from the leaders of both Houses of Congress. Earlier that day. Now here's what befell roads. We recognize the concerns raised that we are profiting from safety and that was never our intent. Well then why did you put this offer out on the table to begin with because it didn't seem like you were making a little bit more money in order to bolster? Its tough times for airlines these days but really taking advantage of Cova nineteen because whether be careful the message you sent. That's the bottom line isn't how isn't that how it was perceived? Isn't that how you saw it? When we talked about the fact that you could pay thirty nine bucks and procure that empty metal seed devil went on to say we simply wanted to provide. Okay enter enter the excuse phase of the analogy here We simply wanted to provide our customers with an option for more space. Okay then begs the question. Why not just give them more space? This text book at Pick Public Relations. Fail VIP went on to say we will leave the seats blocked which were associated with this project. product an honor purchases made by all customers who bought the product. That's more room product up until now. Hey I'll tell you what if you want to perhaps Put some bomb on the public. Relations wound Mr Bethel coming from a public relations. Background seems to me. What you might want to do is refund those who already paid the thirty nine dollars and up to procure an empty middle seat now..

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"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

11:49 min | 5 months ago

"larimer county" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Those regarding the Cova nineteen pandemic is feeling well no small amount of frustration and anger but also some positive things. Some Kudos directed at Larimer county officials. Hard feelings being expressed by residents and businesses wanting to know why the county is requiring people to wear face coverings and response to the corona virus. And Well Larimer County. Commissioner Steve. Johnson finds him smell himself. Smack DAB in the middle of IT Commissioner. Johnson. It's great to reconnect. Welcome to the. I do glad to be with you. So let's talk a little bit about this as we have been working our way through seven. Eight weeks of well dueling conflicting orders Not only on a federal level but state level boils all the way down to the county level. We've talked a lot about the fact that it seems. As though elected officials somewhat picking winners and losers in the equation when it comes to reopening and based on some of your comments You are feeling that way about restaurants in Larimer County and the fact that we do not yet have a definitive opening date for dining services at restaurants. Yes you're absolutely correct It isn't really elected officials picking winners and losers under Colorado State Law. The Public Health Director. Who's not elected has the authority to issue these orders. And of course. The governor is issuing orders as well he. He is elected And I understand what they're trying to accomplish It it's a tough balancing act. They have the duty under the law of Enact orders protect public health but we also have a responsibility to balance those orders. What's the minimum necessary to achieve the public health? And we know we're doing substantial to our economy. Were all very concerned about. That's hurting people as well We've allowed some businesses to open now. That runner safer at home orders. But we've singled out restaurants in gymnasiums and movie theaters were trying to develop guidelines that. Allow them to open but it it. It is very frustrating to me. A lot of us think these facilities can be open safely and safely is the key word and we want those business owners and those people that work in those establishments to get back to work and provide for their families and We're we're frustrated and we think they ought to know when that's going to happen now you called For the county health director to file a request for a waiver as other counties have successfully done to allow restaurants to reopen. What's the status of that? Yes they are working on that and I think they will probably accomplish that towards the end of the week and the reason that's important is right now. Were under orders. Statewide orders from the governor. And we do not have the ability to do anything less. Restrictive than the governor's orders and we know in Colorado. That one size doesn't fit all We know different communities are experiencing this differently. Larimer County is doing very well. Our hospital numbers are stable. We're watching those every day And a a waiver would allow us to set basically our own policies. We would have to submit a plan to the Colorado Department of Public Health and we would have to accomplish the public health goals but it will allow US local flexibility to respond to conditions. We're seeing in our community and the needs of the citizens and the businesses in our community and we think we know our our community. Well we care about protecting the public health of our community and we want that ability to be responsive to our community so I think there's a good chance that we will have that accomplished in the next week. Let's talk about the controversial to some extent. Now I know you're getting considerable a feedback over the Lamoure County of facemask guidelines Some positive but some of it negative as well and you just had for Collins Leaders downgrading the penalty for violating those facemasks requirements. But again I think a lot of frustration that goes to the fact that early on we were told that if we weren't infected with covert nineteen again. I get it. There's thirty percent of us. That are a symptomatic. Carrot Carriers That we might have no symptoms or just very minimal symptoms but the bottom line is I think that goes to a lot of the anger over this because people just don't understand it. I think you're absolutely right and I feel that frustration as well. It seems like the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization. Maybe have changed their position. Completely I think a number of things I think early on. They were trying to protect the protective equipment so that it could get in the hands of the healthcare workers and we all support that and want that to happen but it seems like they totally reverse their position Which is very frustrating. I think the other thing. That's very frustrating for people is They don't want to be told they have to do this. most people if you give them accurate information Which is difficult in this environment I think people will be consider it and they will do the right things. I think I think another reason why masks have become a little bit. More important in the equation is as we transition from safe at home to safer at home where we go out in the community. We can visit businesses. There's going to be more interactions from person to person and we do know that masks reduce the spread of droplets. They don't prevent it. They don't protect you. One hundred percent but it's logical to assume they do reduce the transmission somewhat so if we're in situations where we're closer than sixty two people. There can be some benefits for masks. I think people know that I think they WANNA do the right thing but I want. They want the freedom to choose in which situations they think a mask is warranted and the important thing to remember. Is that individuals that have medical reasons not wearing a mask. Do not have to wear a mask and nobody has the right to ask you if you have that condition and again. I agree with you on that point. Commissioner Johnson in that businesses should have the right to make that decision just as we as relatively intelligent thinking. Human beings should also have the option to make the decision for ourselves about the businesses that we want to frequent. I mean my my brain blue love listening to that story about that. Salon owner out of Dallas. Because well she didn't get down on bended knee. she was being selfish. Said the judge because she was a ignoring an order and reopened her salon This as the governor of taxes announced that Well he was going to allow the reopening of restaurants salons the list goes on and on just days afterward but because she didn't beg for forgiveness from the judge was tossed into a county jail that has over two hundred eighty four cases of Cova Nineteen. Seems like a little bit of overreach to me. Seems like a lot of overreach to me and those are not the kind of things we want to do. In our dealing with businesses. We discovered that the very best majority of times. It's just a need to explain things and people will do the right things when they understand it. We actually had to businesses and Larimer County. That just refused outright refused an order that did make sense that we took action against so The other thing I wanted to share with you about mask zoos. Our Public Health Department is hearing the comments. That people are making about masks And I think what I think. They're evaluating the order in light of that because they do care what people think. Obviously we depend on people to follow these orders. We're not GONNA have a policeman at every business to enforce them and I think what you said about letting businesses make the choice is is a direction. They're seriously looking at if a business wants to require masks in their business. That's their right. And if I don't want to wear a mask I don't have to go to that business. But they should have that right and they should tell people what their policy is. So citizens can make an informed decision and decide for themselves. What's right for them? One thing we know about this virus is very unusual. Some people that doesn't affect all you don't even know you have. It can die very quickly so we must also keep in mind that we need to protect persons with vulnerabilities. We need to give them this information so they can make choices for themselves. Wanted to talk a little bit about the enforcement act because it was interesting. I was at a Walmart in loveland yesterday and Employees standing outside of course limiting the number of people going into the store but also Making the choice to enforce That mask requirement and gentleman walked up and well didn't act very gentlemanly because he wasn't wearing a mask and just tore into a Walmart employee which was totally inappropriate. But you talked about enforcement. So what does enforcement look like? Well that's a good question and I think The business has the right to set their own policies and we need to respect those rights and if people are going to violate a businesses rights They need to be prosecuted by law enforcement Obviously just as if you would do something else illegal in a business enforcement is is very difficult and I think what we rely on and what we hope for is that we give information. We issue orders that are reasonable. The Colorado State Statutes require the orders to be no more restrictive than is necessary for the public health. We explain to people why these orders are coming about why they're important that they are reasonable and most people will do the right thing and enforcement is very very much the last resort and nobody wants to be heavy handed with enforcement that just causes a backlash that is not productive towards the public health towards relations with our government or anything so that's our very very last resort and hopefully we don't have to resort to that anywhere Lamoure County community or business concern form This can be submitted for those who are Violating guidelines put out relative to face masks. I did the Cana. Commissioners have any input on that form. No we didn't end under Colorado State Statute These decisions orders and implementation are the purview of the public health director solely. I do have some insight. I think into why they did that. Form because The Public Health Department will get hundreds of calls from people. You know. My neighbor isn't doing this. Business isn't doing this and it really would overwhelm them and prevent them from doing their other important business. So I think they put an online form mainly to Kinda triage that the incoming traffic and handle that. What they've done with those reports in is is If they're legitimate if they're serious they go to the individual or business and you know explain. Here's why we're doing what we're doing. And it's more of an education Tool than a punitive tool in the operation it and I think that's exactly what they should be doing is educating folks explaining what they're doing and not making criminals out of people like the lady in in Texas with the Salon..

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"larimer county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just going to meetings, but is protesting that the group. Because around that time something called amendment two was proposed in Colorado, the amendment bans or repeals any state or local law that protects homosexuals from discrimination. Up in Colorado. So we got ourselves pretty organized. I went to larimer county Republican convention thing on my God. Really? Oh, so you so you became something of an activist. I was a spokesman for the student. So you really found a home there? What I started waking up or being woke or whatever the term is. Start start eating too. I'm a lot more won't now than I was then. There was one problem though, living as a gay, man. I was at that time. Dana was not gay. They felt at home as a gay man, but they were mostly attracted to women and towards the end of college in their late thirties hurt school working in the fibers department. Doing my studio clashes woman. Winnie kept coming in watching me work. She got the Romi I got to know her. And we started dating we got married, really. And seven we got divorced. Yeah. Didn't work out. We both had issues we weren't dealing with Dana says this period of their life up through the marriage and through the end of it. It was very confusing. They're just trying to figure out where they stood and they were trying all these terms like. Also prayer. How did that idea?.

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"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"larimer county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The air this morning more than a thousand flights canceled airlines issuing flight waivers to travelers affected by the storm. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time seven oh. To some in Capitol Hill say they're concerned about the number of cars that are jumping curbs and running into houses and buildings. Walk. Denver's Jill local Tory says Denver should make some adjustments to streets that the longer the city delays in reading redesigning streets to be safer for everybody. The more people who are going to be hurt. Neighbors in Capitol Hill safe for the fifth time a car has wound up in the yard of a home at thirteenth in Lafayette local story, telling CBS four certain streets, like thirteen should possibly be narrowed to slow traffic. Another suggestion is that one way streets like thirteenth be made to way larimer county deputies arrested three juvenile's after they drove a car straight at a deputy who was on foot. The deputy leaped out of the way, we were very poor Schnitt. The deputy was able to get out of the path of the vehicle. Jared Kramer with larimer county says a second deputy was able to use his car to pen the juvenile's car in the. Deputies had responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in a remote part of larimer county early Saturday morning, some Colorado Springs families, got an early Christmas present thirteen families of fallen US servicemembers treated to an all expense paid week at Walt Disney World, Colorado Springs, mayor John Suthers were community that we've got.

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Tom Rivers, Samantha B and Obama discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Tom Rivers, Samantha B and Obama discussed on 24 Hour News

"A happy ending for the owners of a lost dog the search began at about nine forty this morning when a holland tunnel security guard spotted the schnauzer makes jumping into the hudson river the search continued for more than an hour before the the dog was finally found under a nearby peer the port authority says they've since track down the dog's owners and it appears that rosie had escaped from their home in chinatown and then ran twenty two blocks to the river the dog is microchipped and home again it sent out an alert they have now marked rosie found on their website a family is recovering after a bear attack in colorado the family of four was in a camping area and larimer county north of denver colorado parks and wildlife says a man was inside a tent that was trampled by the bear that man was taken to a hospital with injuries they believe the bear was likely attracted by food smells now tramps have been set up and officials are trying to track the bear to remove it from the area it's the second known bear attack in colorado this year correspondent alex stone reporting wins news time three thirty six as he swings through europe the israeli prime minister is finding strong resistance to at least one of his policy benjamin netanyahu's aggressive stance against iran is not gaining any support here the french finance minister in paris is told him that his country is pushing to maintain european trade with iran which is allowed under the nuclear deal earlier this week netanyahu met with french president macron and german chancellor merckel who both reiterated their support for the accord next stop for the israeli leader london correspondent tom rivers an investigation by a group of senate republican says the obama administration secretly sidesteps some sanctions kept in place after signing the thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran according to the senate permanent subcommittee on investigations in two thousand sixteen the treasury department issued a license that would have allowed iran to convert nearly six billion dollars held a bank in oman into euros by first exchanging the money for us dollars they note that the license was legal but that the administration never told congress about it samantha b plans to address her controversial comments about trump but our tv show full frontal tonight previously be admitted she crossed the line with vulgar remark about the.

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