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"laurie hodges" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

08:04 min | 11 months ago

"laurie hodges" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"At the capitol hand. Lam and producer. Laurie hodges can tell something had changed that the smaller group of people that was gathered there had heard about what trump said at the rally. So lauren and hannah climbed up a small hill to get a better look down. Pennsylvania avenue and. I saw people coming from as far as the eye could see as crowd was coming toward us found out that they were coming basically because president trump told them to come like he said go to the capital go We're not going to fix our democracy with weakness or something like that and it seems like they took that as a direct order so you heard him say that somehow like over the speaker or you just people were talking about it. It was people talking about it. Saying trump set trump said it and so they were. They were walking. They were marching as this. Bigger crowd approached a series of barriers around. The capital was kind of bicycle. Rack style of things about waist high. Hannah figured she was about to see the same thing she'd seen it so many demonstrations and protests police use tear gas some clashes here and there on order. I was more worried about getting arrested by the authorities that day. Because that's what i that was my frame of reference for protest. Was that you know people try to do this thing and then they get beaten back in a really forceful way and that didn't happen. There were no police at all. I didn't see one policeman. At the time. Tom bowman made it to the capital. That football game vibe was gone. You could feel as you're heading onto the capitol grounds. It was just a different different feeling. It felt like the crowd turning into a mob hannah. Lauren could see the first barrier being knocked down and people streaming onto the capitol grounds barriers barriers. Are now going up the steps to the capital. the i this was on the capital's westside the side. You see on tv during inaugurations in fact. A lot of scaffolding in folding chairs had already been set up at the inauguration was less than two weeks away. Here's lauren again. They were kind of climbing all over the scaffolding and the stacks of folding chairs shouting like whose house our house and the small group of police came down the capitol steps with will look to me like paintball guns aimed at the crowd but there just were not very many of them and so it did nothing to deter the crowd and more people coming incoming incoming people were almost cheerful and getty to have gotten this close to the capitol building without any consequences like nothing was really going on. There were some pops that sounded like tear gas. But i think it was. Actually the crowd throwing fireworks And they were. They were taking down the folding chairs and like passing them out sitting down breaking out like they're thermoses and taking pictures together. Some people clearly come just for the show but as more and more people kept coming it was clear there were some who were not just there to watch like the guys. We saw photos and videos lined up but the hands on each other's backs heading toward the building. Standard combat formation. Tom bowman had seen them earlier. Then he watched as the mob just got bigger and bigger there were hundreds and hundreds of people and we saw them going up the steps on the west side of the capitol. There are so many people in the stairway that some people were actually walking. Up the banisters. The marble banisters. They were just going from all angles of the building. Trying to find anywhere they get like down this alley over to this window. What about this back door. you know. They were relentless watching all this. Hannah was struck by how many different kinds of people that were remember. She covers extremist groups. She can recognize insignias patches and logos jackets. Am i going to see an cheaper Here's an oath cooper. Am i going to see the three person logo definitely saw some of them there Cunanan huge presence. At this one. I have a saw neo. Confederates in the crowd. All sorts of white supremacist and neo nazi insignia. To and all of the strands of american extremism where they're in the same crowd and what's wilder is that they were in the crowd with a grandmother from arizona who fervently believes in her heart that the election was stolen and that her vote didn't matter and she was so hyped up on disinformation and conspiracy theory that she drove thirty four hours with her eighty seven year old mother to attend this and so no they didn't come to break. Windows were killed police but their their shoulder to shoulder with the guys who did come for that. Hennessy group smashing a window of the capitol building and group shouting them down wolf. We don't want to damage our building. That's not what's going on here. One guy the only say his name was joe from ohio comes over to her to complain and then hannah asks him this. What do you hope comes the people in this house. Who stole this election from us hanging from gallo out here in this long for the whole world to see so it never happens again. That's what needs to happen. Four by four by four hanging from a rope out here for treason by this point. It's between one and two pm. The mob has pushed through the barriers and is now swarming the capitol building and they are not stopping at the doors. That's when things really got ugly. There were banging on those doors there. Yelling and screaming. There was a guy with a bullhorn. Hundreds and hundreds of people are going up into the plaza. I listening cans and bottles were thrown through a smashing. The trying to get in the cops. Were pushing people out and then they shot the tear gas. These this cloud of tear gas came out. The side door in an cops came out with weapons and started shooting pellets at the crowd and the crowd was screaming at them. Shame shame shame capitol. Police officers were stationed at some of the doors around the building but there were just not enough of them to food off the growing up. Two o'clock was win. We we the last of those sort of outer barriers fell and we go and now we're basically on the steps and there were just a few police officers from where we were on need eastern steps. We walk up..

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"laurie hodges" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"laurie hodges" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Very confusing times in the NCWA and to college football let's get to the news for Noko like I was saying in nine, seven, zero, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, nine, zero, three, five, three, thirteen, ten or the text line at three, one, nine, nine, six, three, one, nine, nine, six, new textures all you have to do to subscribe texts Kf to that number this other tribunals talk some business news shall we Greeley in Weld County to issue thirteen point six, million dollars in bonds for affordable housing near the Greeley mom. The Greeley. City Council. Unwell Kenny. Commissioners appears set to issue more than just that number that I said thirteen point six, one million in bonds for a low and moderate income housing project near the Greeley Mall Accounts Agenda. Tuesday lists the issuance of the private activity bonds for copper step a proposed apartment complex east of the Greeley Mall with two hundred, forty units limited to families making less than sixty percent of the area median income. The agenda item also shows that the Board of Commissioners Plan to issue just under eight million dollars in private activity bonds in support of the project. No plan for the apartments have yet to appear public list of developments as of Monday afternoon. The developers inland group of Spokane Washington based Real Estate Group. The mainly operates senior living homes and apartments in Washington state So thirteen point six, million dollars in bonds I mean that's that is a big big chunk of money. Of course, private activity bonds are used by local governments to borrow money for private companies in order to fund specific types of projects with public benefit such as affordable housing airports or hospitals. This type of bond allows for public private project financing at usually better rates than a private company issuing a corporate bond or bank loan on its own again Dan Meka the tribunal via Biz West Media. So. Affordable housing you know. This is what's so weird right now is that normally you'd be like that makes sense Greeley's growing like crazy. But what I mean. We, what are the growth rates going to be? What are they right now what are we going to see because people are hurting? Are they going to be more? Okay I'd like to move but I'm GONNA I'M GONNA hunker down here. I'm going to state here where I'm where I know I mad, I know where I'm at. With, an and let me play devil's advocate to myself here. There's a lot of people that are losing their jobs. So they're looking for some of these low income housing at least to get back on their feet to find somewhere where they can. Okay. Here's a safe neighborhood that is affordable and that's what they're looking for, and that's what they're going to try and do with this thirteen point six, million dollar bond project that they're talking about. This is a very disturbing story, former union colony teacher reports to sex offender registry following sentencing. Thirty, three year old man this again Tarita that Tribune. Three year old man who earlier this year pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting underage student of his at union colony prep. School reported to the sex offender registry. This past week Christopher Robin winger was is sentenced in early. August. Two ten years to life of sex offender, intensive supervision probation, and two years of work release. He was sentenced by Judge Marcello cop cow Adams winger was pleaded guilty in May two sex assault on a child by a person in a position of trust a class four felony punishable by up to six years in prison. The Well District Attorney's office argued for prison time in the case according to a spokeswoman. The investigation was launched after unique only student reported to a school counselor rumors about him being sexually involved with fellow classmate police found that that him and the student who was accused of sexually assaulting had exchanged at least forty, one, thousand text messages. Court records indicated some of the texts were sexually explicit in an interview with police said she and the Adams winger had a typical student teacher student relationship until class trip during the two thousand, eighteen, twenty, nineteen school year details of the triple redacted from the record but the students said the Adams winger admitted having feelings. For her after the trip, he then told police they had been sexually intimate since April two, thousand, eighteen according to court records. He said they weren't ashamed of their relationship quote unquote relationship and often went on dates in the community. He was arrested the following day. So we'll we'll continue to follow up on that, but I know that was a big story that hit and he is now reporting to sex offender registry following his sentencing Let's go forward here. ACTUALLY WE'RE GONNA get into that in a minute. So let's go to Larimer county checking on these fires. Governor polls, one of the things that he did today. That I, don't think this might be the least controversial thing. He's ever done. He implemented a fire ban for the state of Colorado, after it seems like the entirety of the state is on fire at the moment. So governor polls issuing a firebomb for the State Butler County had implemented a fire ban declares the local disaster is the cameron peak fire burns this from Kevin Doug and out of the Colorado and and if you haven't gone and looked at some of these pictures, you need to go look at them because it's it's almost. Unreal it is honestly almost unreal looking at at this fire and. Cheers and Kudos to our firefighters that are out there right now because they're they're working their butts off, I mean, they are just absolutely working their butts off trying to defend the safety of not only structures, but but lives as well. Though Emmer County commissioners on Tuesday issued this fire ban in unincorporated parts of the county and is a local disaster declaration in the wake of the Cameron peak fire. The commissioners ratified an emergency disaster declaration signed Sunday by Steve. Johnson who is chair of the Board of Canada commissioners to facilitate receiving assistance from the state in dealing with the fire the move could include help from the Colorado National. Guards Laurie Hodges who is the director of Emergency Movement Management for the county excuse me quote from Hodges here we've used the guard on several occasions for wildfires for traffic management law enforcement, as well as air support, which just wanted to make sure that we had everything ready this weekend in the event, the fire required it. It's again fourteen thousand acres we're talking about here. It's just it's just ridiculous. What does a fire? Pan Actually meanwhile, a fire ban prohibits open fires and burning including camp stoves, grills, and cooking fires welding are operating. A settling or other torches smoking in the open including trails, parks and open spaces or outside of buildings. Fireworks Fireworks display incendiary devices included by including Sky Lanterns, exploding ammunition, exploding targets and Trae, munition fires, and permanently constructed outside stationary masonry or metal fireplaces including in campgrounds, charcoal and wood pellet grill. It's That aren't band operation of an internal combustion engine with a spark arrestor arresting device properly installed emergency signal devices and flares, fires and woodstoves located inside permit structures like a restaurant building propane grill. So stage to restrictions also have been implemented in Rocky Mountain National Park. So great great article there by. Kevin Duggan. It's I mean it's scary times and still a lot of work that needs to be done on this fire as it. It's just been continuing to grow I remember Some miles bloom heart had been on social media actually posting stuff about this fire and saying that they're trying to keep it from jumping over highway fourteen and that it's growing and I mean I wouldn't have imagined it getting to this point now. So just a insane at the moment and it's it's going to continue to grow. It's not over yet Let's see of course I I mentioned the the police a ban hero trying to find a total of acres yellow this update but this this from ten hours.

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"laurie hodges" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"laurie hodges" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We love you, Susan. She just really had a nice experience. We talked about the murals all around town, Tom. You had a muralist on who did some artwork over at serious takeout Susie and gotten her car and checked it all out. So I thought that was very sweet. Sometimes when you listen to the show You never know you could get. The city continues to evolve the mayor's letter today. Teo, the City Council president was super interesting and calling up missus want as being detrimental to What's going on in our city and You know, it's complicated. It's complicated, and we need some change. And I don't necessarily think the leadership of our city Council is is in that world right now of ready for accepting business that you have to have a certain amount of business or there are no jobs and you know all of that sort of thing. So It's going to be interesting where this conversation goes. I am quite Frustrated as a business person, downtown Seattle. I'm very frustrated. You know, you know a customer I want to say like I love I've gone to many restaurants. Now I see exactly the people are very safe. I'm trusting of my neighbourhood restaurants. I enjoy sitting outside. I Patronise them intentionally because it's a great experience. And you know, so I I see how difficult it is. But this is a consumer, you know. I think that people do want to eat outside and be safe and be safe and young and they just want the outside. Is there just one our city government to recognize that business has to happen? You can't Unless the whole country become socialist, you can't just have a pocket of socialism. And then all of a sudden everyone else gets to be capitalist. It just just doesn't work that way so you can get it both ways you have, too. It is very It's very tough right now. I feel on business in general. And so it is a conversation that the mayor started today. That really has to have today as we taped the show show on. We need to move forward in two. Okay, Tina, you have some questions from Yes, we have some very great questions from our listeners. A lot of these come from our patri on page and just a quick note. We talk about patri on here and there, but just to be clear. It's a membership program to Seattle Kitchen and all those proceeds go to support this program. So if you like what we're doing, and we know you do, because you're listening Head over to patriot dot com, Ford's last Seattle kitchen and what you will find. There is three different ways that you can support the program and each different Teer Opens up another fun treasure for you. There are there's recipes. There's video content, and every week we take this show before anybody else hears it. You conjoined us behind the scenes for that taping. Just go too patriotic dot com Forward slash Seattle kitchen and become a part of that. Party just like Kathleen Scurlock has she has a question she's asking. How does Chef Douglas defrost his tomato sauce? Are you going my grave style? Or do you just defrost it in a pan? On this one. I literally put the whole court of frozen tomatoes in a pan. And what happens is that the water of the tomato sauce comes out before the solids come out, And so then you just whip it all back together when when it is thought, And so that's what goes. You can't go full blast on all you have to go slow because first of all, you want to keep it very fresh tasting it. It went in there very fresh, and it will come out very fresh. But if you turn it on, Hyo boil it. It's just going to start to taste like canned tomatoes. Deal using my great for anything. You don't have one down in the basement and generally The only time it's ever uses when we're defrosting dog food is not a fan of my very often use. Microwave. Yeah, I'm not ashamed of it. I mean, I have I have used to make the rest. I don't want a house, but I use it at the restaurant for different things such as quick things. You know when you need something quick, But if I had a tomato sauce like this I would put it in the pan. Just wait a little bit of water and I would cover it and make it very slow. So it's kind of the heat itself will just help military. You know something, Sonny and water in this So you don't want any water? Well, I just put a little bit just doesn't scorch, but The point is that there is plenty of water in tomato sauce. Then you don't need to worry. It's going. You're on low. It's not going to work. It's going too slowly. All right, Stephen Fair, whose birthday it is today, so I'm gonna go to his question he's asking. Do you know of something that is surprising to cook on a grill but makes a delicious compliment to stake in burgers? Surprising to cook on the grill something surprising you cook on the grill. I was thinking Artichoke hearts. I had some grilled artichoke hearts Girls artichoke recently and I thought that was quite delicious. Wow. Well think artichokes are better if they're blanched and then grilled. So that's something I would look at. Look at that. But I'm not sure I'd put him on a burger. I would not ever think I would not only they will young. Small, tiny artichoke. I would not put them straight on the green was a big artichoke like Tom said. I would definitely blanch them first Separatist Archie and you know it takes a little while to go choke peppers and onions are one of those things that's good. Another thing I would say is something like a tomatillo salsa like if you take your trauma teals and your little spring onions and whole garlic, cloves and some jalapeno peppers, and you put him in a basket and put those over a super hot charcoal fire. And you just let the outside char and burn. But don't try to peel them. Just puree that char right into your salsa. It's delicious, and it gives you a really fresh kind of I want to say Mexican, although often times you don't see that in Mexican restaurants, the char, But if you look a state Rick Bayless assaults is that he has in the marketplace is a lot of fire roasted tomato or fire roasted salsa verde. That's what he's trying to get out. Is that chart right young? So Laurie Hodges is asking, she says, I am Fermin. I am fermenting cabbage and carrots together right now. So she's making sauerkraut. What spy should she ad? Carraway is one first thing that comes to my hair away Carraway, Killian's black peppercorn and juniper. I've never done carrots and like my cabbage, carrots, but if that's what you have in there It's going to change. I think it would change the fermentation a little bit of securities. Lot of shares in the sugar, So the Fem addition is going to be a little bit strange depends on how much she put it. She just puts a little bit. I don't know where she could ferment with chili paste to make kimchi out of it, mate. Not sauerkraut, right? Just make a cabbage and carrot kimchi chili pepper some slices of garlic hot chilli pepper young. All right, Suki Scott. I'm sorry. Talking about sauerkraut. We do have a sandwich would just put on the unopened face starting at Lula with homemade pork sausage, homemade sauerkraut. My chef might put that in the three weeks ago started that it's delicious. And pickled vegetable and grain. Dijon mustard on a paisan bread from Grand Central Grilled Luca Lula, Lula Lula, baby order it to go. Just You know what we do now? We put tables outside on the sidewalk. With some chairs around it, and you can order your food to go needed right there. Oh, nice. It was a little glass of wine. And just like if you will inside, except you outside. Lovely. It's delicious. All right, Suzy Scott's asking. What's the difference between pizza sauce and marinara? This is a question that plagued me this week is a matter of fact. Our pizza sauce and Marinaro very similar. I don't think there is much depends on you. I would say people might be cooked a little longer, so that it's a little bit thicker. Marinaro is such a fresh, you know, just like Move, move, move fast. Less than five minutes. You're done that maybe be landed more on the pizza sauce because you don't usually find nice chunk of tomato in the You know, like you do some time in marinara you finding pieces of tomorrow..

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"laurie hodges" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"laurie hodges" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Gonzalez public health director for mccown outline the progress the county has seen and it's fight against covert nineteen during the county commissioners meeting On Tuesday with face coverings and strict social distancing larimer county cases are going down according to Gonzalez that progress makes him competent about requesting variants from the state. Safer at home rules. Gonzalez said I think we're in a different place than many others in the state citing sixty five percent fewer cova nineteen cases local hospitals now compared with six weeks ago where opening up and cases are going down he went on to say. I don't know any other county. That can actually say that. Now perhaps as soon as this week rules requiring face coverings in all larimer county businesses will allow exceptions. I that can show. They are following a checklist that actually promotes social distancing. The new rules will have broader recommendations regarding young kids and allow businesses to either require mass or follow a checklist of other requirements instead this according to Katie O'Donnell She's a spokesperson for the health department. in her remarks to the Larimer County Commissioners? We don't want our businesses to have to confront customers. How many times have you seen that happen as you've been out and about Going to different businesses and watching the Designated enforcer and my heart goes out to that person in the business the one that has to walk up to the mask Klis customer and say excuse me and many of them kind of get it wrong. Because I've heard time and time again The employees saying there's a law that you have to wear face masks in businesses and Larry mccown Anti No. It's not a law. It's an order and again. I firmly believe that this should be up to the businesses to enforce as they see fit Once again requiring a customers in their stores if that is how they want to run their business that is their choice whether they want to require you to wear a mask in store or not and then it's equally up to you based on whether you have to wear a mask or not to determine whether he want to shop at that place of business once again. Treat us as adults. Let us make the responsible decisions but once again I have seen some really testy exchanges and I have to wonder where that poor employee is on the Totem Pole in the organization to get that mandate in order to tell customers. Sorry can't come in if you're not wearing a mask because boy I'll tell you what it's led to some pretty ugly verbal confrontations. Have you seen that nine? Seven three five three thirteen ten eight seven seven three five three thirteen ten attacks at three one nine nine six. Because I've seen some folks get pretty darned belligerent. And I really don't think that's necessary particularly in such an unsettled time. I mean why exacerbate an already difficult situation but then again that's just me Gonzalez. Meanwhile said the USA face coverings is indeed making a distance or a difference. He says when you wear this you're protecting others well. Yeah there's some still the jury's kind of still out about the efficacy of face mass but okay fine will kind of follow along at least for the time being gotten Gonzalez acknowledged frustration about changing advice on face coverings but once again officials. He sat only trying to do. What's best with the Scientific information that is available at the time and right now he said empirical evidence shows they do make a difference while I can find empirical evidence that shows the exact opposite. And that's the problem that we have had from the get-go state encourages but does not require face mass in retail businesses. But both at this point in time both Larimer County and Fort Collins indeed do even though our requests for a variance from safer at home rule is still in the process of being written. The commissioners unanimously voted to authorize the health department to submit it to the state. Gonzales said he wanted the county's rules to be more pervo performance based and less prescriptive. You can't take an overwhelmingly homogenized approach now can you? To reopening the state indeed reopening the nation. It's not one size fits all you've got to take a look at the case load Got To take a look at the the testing results such as they are as test kits become more available because the last thing that we wanna do is overwhelmed the hospitals. I've heard just some incredibly disturbing statistics has Many are so afraid to go to see their primary care provider the doctor. They're afraid to go to a medical clinic. These people that are suffering with heart conditions and and diabetes and. They're not getting the medical attention they need. Because they're terrified and again. Fear has been the underlying narrative of this entire pandemic. And I find that so disturbing because when's the last time you made a good decision based on fear so now you have people for going important medical procedures because while they're afraid if they go to a healthcare facility they're going to get covert nineteen back to Gonzales. He said he wants to counties rules to be more performance based less prescriptive as long as we're maintaining our our protective measures and take into account the uniqueness of facility or and establishment and again. That's something we need to look at. It are on a county by county basis even a city by city basis. Laura Hodges as emergency managing director for the county. She said she believes the request can still meet the intent of the safer at home order but do things differently again. I know there's been a lotta contentious debate over What the Weld Board of County. Commissioners issued Some say in response to Governor Jared police's safer at home. Course you have to Weld County. Coming out was safer at work. It was kind of a shot across the bow to governor Jerry Police. Let's call it for what it is because well let's just say that Weld County and the state tend to bump bump heads on any number of issues. I think we can re on that particular point but if you actually take the time to look at the guidelines they're not so different county met with the business owners and heard many creative and innovative innovative ideas to pursue this according to Laurie. Hodges emergency managed management director again as Larimer. County is trying to come up with a plan to meet the intent of the safer at home order but do things differently. What would that look like? Well Changing the requirement allowing only ten people in a business to take a square footage into consideration so that businesses with a bigger footprint can have more people inside as long as. That's six feet of social. Distancing can be maintained and indeed put put into practice also allowing business to expand capacity through innovation. Such is doing business outside. Various application process requires the county to create a suppression plan suppression plan which has already received support from local hospitals and is now up for review by the county board of Health. That state requires these approvals along with the support of a majority of commissioners before it actually reviews the plan commissioners Larimer County didn't want to delay the process any further by waiting until next week's meeting to approve an official document commissioner. Tom Donnelly said this indicates a deep level of trust that we have in our health department. He asked the department to remember. It's easier for large national retailers to meet requirements. We need to make sure he continued. These are rules that are achievable attainable for small businesses here in the county. The variants will include the caveat. That rules will become more strict again. If the county triggers any early warning indicators. This is based on case information data from hospitals information on emergency response related to Kovic nineteen them. Zala said. We can't just open it back up without doing it slowly because needless to say we don't want another stay at home order so it's unclear exactly when the county will be ready to submit requests and of course governor. Jared Polis plans to revisit rules around. Restaurants may twenty fifth. Commissioner Steve Johnson said he was encouraged to hear police say recently that the distancing of people was more important than the number of people in a building and that waivers are being approved within a week's time now only at.

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