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

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:26 min | Last month

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

"And what we call the collision specialist studios. We love those guys. They fix cars not insurance companies. Just remember that okay. The president trump has done it again in the sense that he's done something. I consider to be somewhat irrational whole lot. Irrational he's he decided just boom the other day that they're going to move the space command from colorado springs here in colorado taliban in birmingham now there are some space assets down there already. There be granted but the pentagon was in the middle of doing a up a research. Kind of thing evaluation now. Here's the thing about president. Trump there are protocols and there are systems and there are procedures in place in order to do things in government. some people call that proper process. Some people call it red tape. Take your pick. There just depends on how you look at it. And sometimes i believe it is red tape but on the other hand there are processes there to make good decisions so that you have all the information to make decision and make it wisely all right. Well he just all of a sudden. The other date told the air force secretary. Her name is bo barrett. That we're going to. We're going to move space command from colorado springs colorado alabama boom but done. Well first of all. It's not done. The man's only going to be an office two more days wednesday. He's gone biden. Could overturn this very quickly. And even at this point there's nothing been really done in this short weaker. Whatever lot of people credit this in in ed my friend oughta introduced you to ed yet. I did if you just tuned in At at hanes is with me this morning. He's a former chairman of the republican party and lumber county and has a severe severe political addiction Somewhat similar to mind. Anyway what what. What do you make of this. There's got to be some political stuff behind so these kinds of decisions are always have to be looked at from political lands and alabama now has two republican senators and six of the seven house districts and co colorado. Just rejected cory gardner. As as a great senator absolutely the president and now we have two democrats senators..

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"lumber county" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"lumber county" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"As well. Thursdays. Even more. Very, very much, very, very, very much. So joining me in the auto collision specialist studios for breaking news from last night breaking news. But but Still Breaking. Tanner swit- everybody. JETER tack to. CHASA CHASA warts. Yeah. It wasn't quite the stroke of midnight last night eleven thirty last night Chasa board voted on variances that got approved by the governor's office. And they have voted in a twelve to three vote to approve the return of high school football for this fall. But instead of saying everybody plays in the fall or in the spring, they've left it up to the schools. The schools now enter into a couple of day period where they will get together with their coaches, athletic directors or superintendents, school board everybody, and decide whether they're opting into the fall season or they're opting into the spring season. From what I'm being told is that this means that there will be two state champions. Which I mean we talk about what's that really hard word to say all the time asterisks. All the time and it's pretty good. That's going to be the biggest one of those things when you have to state champion. So now what if you have to state champions and then you make the state champions play each other for another championship. So then 'cause. Yes, they'll be three champions, but then he'd have a guy a team that had been sitting out for three months and now the. That's that's probably not going to happen. So I know I've been here a lot of dates being thrown around and it's kind of moving point I talked with Steve, long well, the athletic director of the reds. He's also a chess board member and he's saying these dates are kind of a moving target, right. But what I'm hearing and he's relatively confident in is that September twenty fourth start date for practice that means October ninth first game for high school football happening eat the reds have opted in that just came down as well. I just got off the phone with Steve Before I came on the program he is he the reds Have talked with their coaches again that that whole thing was all in collaboration and everybody from the Eton School district says, yes, we're going forward to this I expect to hear other decisions from northern Colorado schools and the Patriot League specifically later on today because this is kind of the first domino to fall kind of have to make decision today the Roosevelt rough riders have also opted in to play in the fall season from what I'm hearing Kevin Lila. Great. Friend of the station Kevin is saying that the putter school district is actively pursuing a way to play this fall. A lot of what's going to happen there though is non. Fort. Collins high schools and but non lumber county schools. How are they going to opt in? Because you get to those higher levels? This schools are a little bit more spread out and again there's so many more. That'll come. But as of right now, there is going to fall high school football. So you Denver schools are not going to go right the dirty. So sure a lot of Denver schools, the public schools, they will release the statement yesterday urging chassis and the governor not to allow variances and to not play in the fall and I do think that this is why you saw the split season you saw that as well as the spring season, we already talked about it marches the snowiest month. These mountain schools there's no way that they would be to play in that spring season. So this is where it lands right now there's still a lot to be answered who's opting in opting out and I think that we're gonNA see schools really starting to start rolling here season today s situation you said there's going to either way you slice it there's GonNa be a lot of teams that don't opt in. Is. It GonNa be like Notre Dame ACC type thing where okay. Maybe five eight schools not going to have enough schools to play. So now they're dropping down to four a or I think that's terrifying possibility. I. Mean those those classifications are there for reason manpower. Mainly, and you look at it on the way up, you don't WanNa five as school coming down and beaten up on a one a school to and and I know it wouldn't be that severe but I don't see that really starting to budge a whole lot. You see maybe one division jump. I don't know I guess that's the best answer for you right now, and there's a lot that we still don't know about this. But yeah I mean they're going to have to get creative they're going to have to fill up scheduled. I talked with another athletic director last week and jokingly said, you got your football schedule ready to go and he said I do I just don't know who the hell I'm putting in there right now, and so it's going to be just a bunch of randomness until probably right until October eighth right the day before the first game. So this this would extend us into December eleven too. So it's GonNa be it's you're kind of like this is all messy. This is weird I don't know if you're not going to go all in because. Again College football seems weird right does I'll admit it's hard for me to watch. But from their perspective from these players perspective, they're like we don't really care if we win, we just want to play the game that we've been training for a whole lives. I'm guessing that's more for these high school students I would. I would guess so too I did talk with a with a football coach this morning and I asked him I said. So if they've said that the only state champion that they were going to recognize came out of the spring season what would you do in and he said that I would I would prefer to wait until. The spring season because what's the point if we're not chasing after that gold ball that everybody's looking for? So I think that estate tax does come into play big time and yeah, you're right Brady. I'm more of a fan of let's get it all done. Let's let's not have this split season. Let's not have to state champion that's just not clean. It's not effective and the big thing to that I think I, want to I want to mention is that it's kind of flown under the table they still haven't got the variances approved for indoor sports. So basketball supposed to be starting in. January. That still hasn't been approved wrestling still hasn't. been approved volleyball, which is another false board. This was this was the sport that was voted on still hasn't been approved. So the indoor aspect is a whole nother story and I will just shameless plug your. Noko. Now coming up tomorrow I'm off today we sampled today but tomorrow I will be talking with Steve Long while he was in on all of these board meetings he's on the front line and he's going to enlighten a little bit more So that'll be a riveting conversation but there's a lot still be impact here. Yeah. No no doubt about it I here at the station at Cave K we we do a lot of broadcasts. High School Softball High School Football University of Northern Colorado were kind of looking to see what that looks like on the basketball side of things to which I'm hearing positive things on that and we're GonNa have Kelly Lyell on later to talk about the basketball side. But it sure sounds like they're gonNA go. November right and and the mountain west seems to be like they're they're gonNA be actively pursuing a Fulton. Hill as well. So there's still frustrates me about all of this though, and I think this you and I kind of disagree because I'm like. If it's football I wanted on high wise..

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"lumber county" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

15:05 min | 10 months ago

"lumber county" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

"Noko now. Thanks for joining us here on a Tuesday afternoon as we got through our news stories. Now it's time for our featured guest joining me now. Very honored to be having him is Fort Collins Mayor Wade trachsel mayor. Thanks for taking some time and wanting to shine some light on how your city has handled the cove in nineteen pandemic kanter glad to be on the show and Glad update you on what's going on in Fort Collins well You know like Like everyone else in the and you know we since about mid March or in a whole different world and with that Fort Collins is Basically You know gone through the the stay in place orders. And now they're safer in place and and And being a community of about one hundred seventy five thousand people and High-tech community with a lot of technology companies and and Colorado State University About THIRTY TWO THOUSAND STUDENTS. You know that has a lot different kind of Implications says it's a impacted four collins but you know in terms of there's two aspects to The Kobe nineteen pandemic is one is the health aspect and and I can report Lamoure. County and Fort. Collins has Done very well in terms of E- comparatively in terms of I don't know the exact numbers but you know. Four hundred and thirty five something like that with positive. Koga cases Over that time and then about nineteen deaths so each death that that's an unfortunate but I'm GonNa put you on Speaker because Harris on here so make sure so anyway So Anyway You know we're working through the health aspects and now We're actively Beginning to step down and You know basically You know social or physical distance inside like to consider it's an important part along with have facial coverings and Fort Collins so where you can't socially physically distance. And then you know all the good hygiene aspects but I really credit the people of Fort Collins Amer County for really keeping me. You know basically knocking the curve down and and That's where we are today with the health part of it well in mayor. You know Some would say the restrictions were a little more strenuous inland county. I don't think there's any doubt about that but it seems to be paying off now as Larimer County is now asking for for lighter. The lighter corona virus restrictions from the guy from the state government right so number county. Health Director Tom Gonzales has made a request for variances With respect to a number of different aspects and con consultation with our business community or chamber of Commerce and others in terms of considerations for variances with respect to Our businesses opening up. And I think that makes complete sense where There's a deliberate process to think about How do Safely engage in the opening up and and I was on a call earlier today with the with the health director and and You know I think for the most part We've been very much aligned with with the actions as well as You know the reasons why and and I think that illustrates I think the The numbers in county speaking with for Collins Mayor Wade trachsel and mayor as we look at this you mentioned some of those numbers substantially down from some of the other areas around northern Colorado around the state. However I don't envy your position I think That all of our elected officials are working through things that they would have never seen coming. How is that communication process? Ben and how is that working relation Working Relationship Ben with you talked about the county health director and the county commissioners. There's so many different plays. How has that worked in Lumber County? Well I think reasonably well I think at the that We're right in the middle of it so I think that You know we'll reflect upon When we get through this and and improvements that sort of thing but I think for the most part it's worked Reasonably well You know and it's you know being in only the second inning of the game. It's hard to talk about the game ends but I think it's It's worked reasonably well. We have our emergency operation center. That is one of the main coordinating factors in Lamoure County and that includes the city of Fort Collins our Ese point of contact as well as Lamoure County and and and other jurisdictions and and I think that's worked reasonably well and and addressing The initial You know two two and a half months of the Of the covert then Demi can and I. We continue to have weekly calls and you know. Now we're focusing on the recovery aspect and and how do we You know for again Fort Collins. I think How we open up our University and our community colleges and so forth such that Thirty two thousand students coming to campus in the fall that What we want to avoid And I think at a great cost would be Second wave and having to go back to the lockdown and so I think our best strategy is to is to go slow and steady with respect to the stepping down And Begin and having the testing and the Tracing and the isolation in place such that for the next year and a half or two years. That'll be a more of a new normal if we can Avoid the second way and You know Pandemics of the past have shown. That's a that's a tendency particularly Gets into the colder months. And so you know I think now it's I'm I'm really proud about our businesses. How many have pivoted? And how many continuing to provide for key Goods and services in our community and as we open up. They'll be Very creative and how. They're operating their business. Such that Are citizens of our community and guests can be a safe place and And Joy all that four collins has to offer during the summer months as we continue our conversation here with mayor. Wade trucks of Fort Collins in mayor. What you know communication now more than ever is so vitally important no matter in which direction it's flowing But especially from your office to your citizens. What what is your message to them. As is the analogy. You used was where the second inning of a nine inning ballgame. This is starting to wear on some people. What has been your message throughout this. But especially now's we started to progress. Well I think it's one of of empathy. This is hard on everyone. whether it's from a health perspective lives or with lively and and And something that We haven't seen in our lifetime for sure and I think there's a sense for empathy and understanding and caring about each other and reaching out those best we can. It may not be physically but You know in carrying about each other you know. I think the other thing is being honest and authentic about the situation that we have but also being Creative and and Innovative as we look to our future. And that's part of the ethos of Fort. Collins is being creative and innovative and thinking about solution so one. There's a a quite a number of projects going on with Colorado State University or one health institute and and The Center for Disease Control Another's on on backsied and and things That can not only help Fort Collins but hopefully Colorado the United States in the world. And that's the kind of spirit that we have here in. Fort Collins is people carrying about people and also we have very creative people and also very innovative people and and You know it's it's it's You know it's it's It's trying to respond appropriately or to the time and and as we enter the recovery that we do the thing that We avoid the hard downside but we also focused on the silver lining of of where we're going in the next us Three months six months nine months and a year so think. It's a combination of empathy Being the authentic and truthful with one another and particularly from us as leaders within our community and then one really looking to the future. And and how can we Make our community more resilient for the future. We'll MIRA and I'll open it up to let you brag on on CBS. You a little bit over there. They've been in the news like you mentioned talking about Talking about possibly finding a cure finding vaccine And not only that but when when it was dire for the PPI the personal protective equipment ceus. You really stepped up and I know you've got a very close relationship with you bet. Well you know it's amazing. The kind of People that are at sea issue. And the kind of expertise they have. Oftentimes they're more known globally than they are right at home and and and bringing that kind of expertise particularly with regard to Do An audit diseases humidity level epidemological You know things that that We don't usually See on the front page every day. But now they're part of our everyday and there are a lot of great people at Colorado State University and And it's a great resource for Northern Colorado for sure who last week would have been a graduation. I believe correct. That's right so Last week was Graduation and and The A lot of virtual graduations and and Making a proclamation tonight about to graduates of twenty It's a memorable time They should all be congratulated for their accomplishments that they made. They won't forget about this time in many different ways in the future. It'll be permanent bookmarked in history. And and Congratulations to all the graduates. A high school and College at UNC Colorado State University at Community Colleges. Congratulations for all the Your accomplishments so far completely agree couldn't have set a better mayor way trucks. Okay last question moron. A light hearted note Mayor with let's skip ahead to win ever. It is when this is all done. Things are open backup. We've are safe or confident in in where we're going with things. What's the first thing that you're going to do when everything gets opened back up over there you know? I think I I think we're all We appreciate things even more today. I think that ability to travel to see one another I'm very much. I think the nature of being a mayor people person and and Being at home all the time is not necessarily in my normal nature but I think I love being out in the community. I love meeting with members of our community. And and the great things that they're doing and You know that's probably the the the thing that For the most I completely agree. I can't wait to get back to one of your great breweries over in Fort Collins as well excited for that to open backup mayor. Is there anything that we missed that we need to need to talk about? I I really do appreciate your time with me this afternoon. I know you're very busy man and I do want to say thanks for the great work that you're putting in thanks. Dan appreciate the opportunity being on a radio with you today and I just like to thank our area mayors. That's another thing I would. I want to point out is that we are on a call weekly now where we share. what's going on. What's going on with the State With some of the federal programs as impact our communities As we talk about What we're doing for the health side as well as the economic side in in our community so we have a great bunch of mayors in northern Colorado. And I'd just like to give a shout out to them and thank them for their leadership at this time and and I appreciate the opportunity to share the story of Fort Collins at this time with you. Tanner Echo that sentiment. Hopefully we'll get you on again soon. And hopefully we'll continue to talk positive news. How's that sound? I love that that flicked. You make it better all right. Thank you so much mayor. Thank you tanner thanks. That's way trucks Fort Collins. Great interview really appreciate his insight on things very upbeat as well and I talked a little bit about that tie in with. Cs you and and that's something. That is I mean. Unc just had their graduation. I know as well. So yes you. And it's it's tough for those some of those graduates but Just keep in mind. The reason you went graduation party is going to be even sweeter when you do have it. I know it will you. You will have it eventually but Keep in mind the all those that work and everything was for that degree that you're going to be able to hang up there now so really appreciate a mayor. Mayor trucks will stop in. Do want to say thanks to one of our sponsors here. Proactive physical therapy locations in Eaton and in Greeley to learn more proactive. Colorado DOT COM. It's proactive COLORADO DOT COM Darryl Todd Kate.

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"lumber county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"lumber county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Your headquarters Flushing Meadows? Just asking. My goodness. Vince, I was wondering if you had dementia had no function left, would you want to be kept alive. Would you want to earn your family or? Or do you think it could just be the drug and insurance industry, perpetuating you and your family's pain and suffering for prophets? Well, that's an interesting question. I think this, I'm not sure what the context is for your question. Maybe you can clarify that I'm torn as conservative. I want minimal government interference in my life. But AFC has got to be the biggest moron ever wasting your time this legislation. She's tried to pass about studying mushrooms. With medical benefits of other illegal drugs. Pandered a hippie liberals. You know, it's really weird. Isn't it? We're going all kinds of directions. Been weird. These days. Tunder stand where you're coming from. Do the Democrats in the house have a time line is to win. They will address the issues the country. They feel like they have passing things that will never go to the Senate, by the way. So it's really kind of a waste of time they can do their little virtue signaling and, hey, we've passed all these wonderful things. There were people in going nowhere. Ain't going nowhere. Not even gonna go to the Senate much less. Make it to the president's desk. It's not going to happen. But this is how it works. When you're democrat, all you have to do is he it's all based on your intentions. That's all that matters for Democrats because you're driven by good intentions, no matter how misguided you are. You get the credit for that, so and so really cares. Oh, that's nice. Just wonderful. Another story. I did not get to in the first hour. Yes. A good news story this one, I also like do you ever get frustrated watching, how much money drives an agenda, especially a bad agenda? You have the right amount of money. You can buy your way into pretty much anything and everything. Especially when it comes to college colleges and universities. Get your name on a building and you know, and you kind of set the agenda, heck this also happens with churches to you ever seen that where you got these big donors in the church and pretty much whatever they want. They get including a change of leadership. If that's what they want. You know what I'm talking about. Kim this you're familiar with all the legislation across the country deal with subject of life. Here's what's happened at university of Alabama the board of trustees has voted to return a twenty one point eight million dollar gift from Hugh Culverhouse junior, the school's biggest donor. In fact, they're going to take his name off the law school. How is that for bolt over twenty one million dollars? This move comes after Culverhouse urged businesses and prospective students to boycott university in the state over Alabama's new abortion law. So let me get this straight. So this guy who's given money to the school is calling on businesses and perspective students to boycott university. Because he doesn't like what's going on with this abortion law? See, I've never understood people do understand people like this. They are evil is what they are. They basically are trying to harm their own state. I mean, do you remember this happen with so-called house Bill to here in the state of North Carolina? You remember that over the over the stupid bathroom Bill, that was passed here in Mecklenburg county make lumber county started this nonsense. And because of that the state acted, and then everybody piled on the state. And they were boycotting. And there are people calling on boycotts against their own state. If you're an idiot, if you crap in your own cage. This is what a lot of people do they take a dump in their own cage. Why would you do that to yourself? Do you do that in your family, too? It really doesn't make a lot of sense. Any case? So the university of Alabama the trustees voted to return the money. The transaction to return the funds processed Friday morning. It's also going to return any accrued interest. Last fall Culverhouse pledged to donate a total of twenty six point five million dollars over four years. Here's what they said the action taken by the board was a direct result of Mr. Culverhouse's ongoing attempts to interfere the operations of the law school. This was the only reason the board voted to remove his name return, his money, and there's actually a picture of them taking his name off of that building. More power to them. The only thing I think they could have done to take a further step on. This is maybe on the, the front of the university is to put a picture at a big middle finger right next to it. I know that's off was that. I'm not advocating. I just say, where's the nice fits it was here earlier. Yeah. Went away. This is evil vents. I've taken over the microphone now going to advocate for vengeance and revenge. I'm just kidding. Culverhouse issued a statement Friday, which he renewed his call for students to protest and reconsider their educational options. Now Bama, he doubled down. I expected this response from you a I will not allow my family's name to be associated with an educational system to advocates a state law, which discriminates against women. What an idiot disregards to stab federal law violates our constitution, what federal law, killing babies federal law. What kind of a moron is this? We don't need your freaking money as what university is said to him, which is exactly what people like this need to hear people like this. They can run the world with their money and they can get everybody to do their bidding. I appreciate the fact you've got a university, that's not jumping at all. They don't care in the fact that they're rubbing his name, scratchy his name off of that building. That speaks volumes about character it's time. It's pastime, especially when you're talking about an issue like life. And these the same kinds of decisions that.

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"lumber county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lumber county" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"His home on Parkway avenue Thirty-seven-year-old shop multiple times inside his vehicle according to police, and they say the man who fired those shots as Dangelo Morgan Thirty-three-year-old now locked up charged with several crimes, including that murder reward leading to the arrest of a man who opened fire on a Houston. Motorists killing a seven year old girl in the vehicle is up to at least one hundred thousand dollars Porsche Washington says man in a red pickup truck pulled alongside or started shooting without provocation. Him his heart is going to finally get see him his conscious is finally going to get to see my my child face crosses TV. So many times. He's got he's gone. Some are calling the Texas shooting a hate crime. But investigators are not speculating on a motive at this point, Charlotte. Waste crews will begin to pick up discarded Christmas tree starting on Monday. Glaspie explains what happens after that. But we'll back in the old days Christmas trees are just landfill with all the other way. But no more that's against the law. We grind trees up, and we make mulch out of the trees and the molten and goes back into our composting operation. Lumber county director solid waste at Jeff. Smith Berger says the compost is sold. The first step is for residents of Charlotte and six other Mecklenburg county communities to put the trees, minus decorations out for pickup by city waste pickup. Crews on the regular waste pickup days Christmas trees will really start to show up in earnest over the next two weeks joelovesbeets WBZ news. The government says eight point four million Americans have signed up for coverage this year under the Obama health law. Those numbers out today reflects steady enrollment even supporters of the law appeal a court ruling that recently declared it on constitutional WBZ news time seven three when it comes to taking care of your family and keeping.

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"lumber county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lumber county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Critics of Baltimore's. Search for a new police Commissioner are left confused over its secrecy the confusion heightened after America aspirin Pugh denies reports. I Texas police chief was given the job and then declines to answer additional questions five women alleging a conspiracy to suppress reports of rape and sexual assault at UNBC or asking a federal court to reject emotion, by the campus. Police chief to dismiss an allegation against him and action supported by Maryland's. Attorney general lumber county police investigating the shooting death of an eighteen year old man near his home on Beverly avenue near Taylor avenue. The victim identified as Domenic ACA Jones the park school in Baltimore investigating a claim of inappropriate. Physical contact by middle school student against one of the teachers in the late eighteen eighty s thousands of urine migrants hoping to reach the US continue their trek toward the US. Migrant caravan swelling to an estimated five thousand Sunday after many migrants found ways across from Guatemala as Mexican police blocked the official border crossing the group's advance has drawn strong criticism from President Donald Trump who lashed out again Sunday in a series of tweets Saudi foreign Minister, Adel algebra, set down for an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier Sunday to try to explain why his government story keeps changing in the death of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi algebra says it was a rogue operation gone wrong. And they are investigating. This is the first step of a long journey. We are determined to uncover every stone. We are determined to find out all the facts, and we are determined to punish those who are responsible for this for this murder..

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