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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports on Ben Thomas loads of drama in baseball the Phillies first to advance to the league championship series with an 8 three victory over Atlanta Michael luongo was there Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the second on a three run home run by Brandon marsh J Cuban Mitchell made history in the bottom of the third when he became the first catcher in post CS history due to an inside the park home run It was a special moment that I'll definitely chairs Two games worth of baseball played in Seattle It was the 18th inning when Astros Jeremy Pena drove a three two fastball into the left field stands I mean that was a long game And that was a long game but you still gotta lock in you know trying to put together good at bats One nothing Victory sends Houston to the American League championship series and ends the Mariners season The guardians pulled out a 6 5 win over the Yankees rallying for three runs in the bottom of the 9th They keep playing You know I say that a lot but manager Terry Francona Sometimes good stuff happens Game foreign Cleveland Sunday Night the guardians leading two games to one And more madness in San Diego the Padres down three zero in the 7th sent ten batters to the plate and scored 5 runs and then came The Rain Yes in San Diego which doused LA's bats and hopes final Padres 5 Dodgers three Padres advance to college football where top ranked Georgia had no trouble with Vanderbilt rolling to a 55 nothing victory but number three Alabama lost To Marion has details Tennessee came up with its biggest victory in years outscoring Alabama 52 49 and an SEC battle of unbeaten Chase McGrath's 40 yard field goal as time expired won the game for the 6th ranked volunteers who defeated number three Alabama for the first time since 2006 also the last year they beat a top ten team Fourth ranked Clemson beat Florida state and number 5 Michigan flexed its muscles in the second half blowing holes through Penn State's defense for a 41 17 win Number 7 southern Cal lost to number 20 Utah and 13th ranked TCU beat number 8 Oklahoma state Ben Thomas AP sports

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The Latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 6 months ago

The Latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Schuster lots of baseball Tuesday and we begin in New York with the subway series between the Yankees and the mets Tom Marion fills us in The mets won the first game of a rare subway series with both New York teams in first place 6 to three over the Yankees The angst jumped out to an early two zero lead as Aaron judge and Anthony Rizzo hit homers on consecutive pitches off Taiwan walker in the top of the first It was judges 38th Homer this season but the Met struck back for four runs in the bottom of the ending on Homer's by starling Marte and Eduardo Escobar Pete Alonso had a key double in the rally This is just such a great team win and we had so many different guys contributing So this is a really good really good really good wind for us really good team win Alonso had three hits and a walk in the game as the mets maintained their two game lead in the NL east Meanwhile in Philadelphia Atlanta doubled up the Philly 6 to three with Spencer strider getting the victory for the braves Every lineup in the big leagues is challenging And the game is in my hands is the picture And so I don't really think too much about the strengths or weaknesses of the lineup that I'm facing It's more just sticking to my plan and trying to execute what I'm good at In Chicago the cubs won their 6th straight game but they're likely going to be big sellers at next week's trading deadline and that very well could include all star catcher Wilson Contreras Knowing everything that's happening around and I knew he would get to me at some point and which this day never came but it's about business I understand that I respect that And I love my team I love this My team is most other highlights Tuesday Shohei Ohtani hitting his 21st home run in an angels win at Kansas City and Milwaukee outlasted Minnesota in extra innings Pro football news wide receiver Julio Jones will soon sign a one year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cincinnati quarterback Joe burrow will soon undergo an appendectomy I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Merriam Webster Has Changed the Definition of the Word 'Women'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Merriam Webster Has Changed the Definition of the Word 'Women'

"Marion Webster dictionary. Married Webster is a reference point for tens of millions of children worldwide. It's a place where a lot of people go to look up the definition of words. Marian Webster is considered to be the gold standard. Marian Webster's online dictionary has now changed the definition of female. So for many of you that are exhausted, oh, let anyone do whatever they want to do, however they want to do it. Well, now your children, if they open up Marian Webster dictionary or your grandchildren, they're going to have a different definition of what is a woman. These people will not stop. They do not stop. Marion Webster has now changed the definition of what a female is. It now defines the term as quote having a gender identity that is opposite of a male. The key term here is gender identity, which demonstrates that Marion Webster maintains that gender is not directly connected to sex, a female is a woman, trans identifying males are not female. However, according to trans activists, men can become women. So they say, quote, of a rate of relating to or being the sex that is typically the capacity has the capacity to bear young or produce ages or produce eggs. In Marion Webster's tenth edition, the dictionary defines the noun female as quote of relating to or being the sex that bears young or produces eggs, but they change that to quote typically has the capacity.

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John Zmirak on the Legacy of Charles De Gaulle

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:03 min | 7 months ago

John Zmirak on the Legacy of Charles De Gaulle

"Have you seen anything good on Netflix lately? Yeah, me neither, except John's muirigh said that they are currently running a great film by about Charles De Gaulle, the French hero. How many and of course he got an airport named after him, but how many years ago did he die? I don't remember when he passed. He died in the 70s. In the 70s. Is he regarded by most of the French today as a hero? Yeah, in fact, one of the main political parties is the gaullist party. It's not really very faithful to his political principles. Just the way Mitt Romney claims the legacy of Ronald Reagan, you know, the cue horse left, these sock puppets of the French center right. Still claim to be heirs of Charles De Gaulle, but in fact, the heir of Charles the gold right now would be Marion le pen. I was going to say. I thought she would be the real heir of Charles De Gaulle would be the national front group. We're trying to save France from becoming an Islamic Republic. Those who favor foreign occupation in France don't get to claim the legacy of Charles De Gaulle. Sorry.

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Salem, Get Ready for a Summer BBQ With Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Salem, Get Ready for a Summer BBQ With Todd Starnes

"Looking forward to it a summer barbecue with Todd starnes. Sponsored presented by our good friends over at KY kn one of the best radio stations in all of America. We love our friends over there and the great listers. The Marion county Republicans are sponsoring this as well. And you can get tickets by going to KY kn dot com. That's KY K in dot com and the barbecue, my understanding is and you folks in Salem can verify this. My understanding is Adam's rib smokehouse is going to be doing the barbecue and it's supposed to be phenomenal. And I can not wait to try this. And something at a group called beloved cheesecakes. Oh, that sounds delicious. So a lot of great folks there that are sponsoring this big event. And we're going to give them all a shout out in the coming days. But we are looking forward to this July 22nd from 4 o'clock until 8 o'clock. I'll be signing books. We're going to have a lot of fun, and we want you to show up. Go to KY kn dot com for all the details. Grace, I'll bring you back some cheesecake.

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Critiquing the 2013 Merion US Open Course

Fore The People

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Critiquing the 2013 Merion US Open Course

"You played in how many U.S. opens? You played in two or three U.S. opens. Two, two. So like Marion is super short, like I played whatever the USM there. And it's like the longest 6600 yard course ever, but like it's really short, but I would say that's quirky as hell. Marion is, right? They had a really bad logistics problem that year. I mean, it's such a small property that people were on top of each other. We were actually teeing off on the 14th hole, no, sorry, hold on. 18, 17, 16, 15. So 15 for y'all, it was probably like, what, three 50? It was super short. But they teed us off in the U.S. open off of the practice funny green, which was another hundred yards back. So it made it a dumb hole. It made it a really dumb hole because the out of bounds, if it's right by the fairway. They're on the left. So if you hit the left side of the fairway, you got a bad kick, it went out of bounce. And it wasn't a fence. It wasn't a fence. It was like one pole here and then another 15 foot. There's another pole there. That other pole. So it would just go right through out of bounds every time. It was kind of dumb. I didn't think that Marion U.S. open set up was that great. Because then you have 17. Number 17 was like 280 yard par three. Yeah. And you just played, you just played a 300 yard par four. Yeah, I just didn't think Marion was a great U.S.

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Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

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Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Adam Duvall gets key hit as Braves beat Mets 9-2

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7th-seed Virginia Tech upsets Duke, Coach K for ACC title

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

7th-seed Virginia Tech upsets Duke, Coach K for ACC title

"Virginia Tech spoiled matches have skis last ACC tournament by upsetting Duke eighty two sixty seven in the final tournament MVP hunter could Torah scored thirty one points hitting seven of nine three point attempts to lead the Hokies their fourth win four nights in their first ever ACC title have a limited nineteen points and ten rebounds for Virginia Tech which went on a run with six minutes to go in the first half to take a lead it never relinquished and guarantee a spot in the NC double a tournament follow Ben Carroll led Duke with twenty points Tom Marion New York

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Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue

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Jackson, Morant lead Grizzlies past Knicks, 120-108

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Jackson, Morant lead Grizzlies past Knicks, 120-108

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James has 33, Lakers beat Nets 106-96 in Davis' return

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

James has 33, Lakers beat Nets 106-96 in Davis' return

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'The View' Hosts Misinform Viewers About the Unvaccinated

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:56 min | 1 year ago

'The View' Hosts Misinform Viewers About the Unvaccinated

"Was at an event last night in Santa Monica. I was speaking about mandates and things like that. It was at this church, and I spoke. And it was a great event. I thought my speech went very well, but once a Q&A opened up, there were some people there who were very unhappy with me and said that I was racist and talking badly about black people and all of these horrible things. As a black person, you are extremely racist. You know me better than most. You have the right to say that she didn't know me, you know? So she didn't have any right to say that. But she did. And these people started getting a little bit rowdy yelling at me, they're clapping for me being not a great guy, all these horrible things. But I'm saying this story because I am used to handling people who are on this left to side of people who come after you like this. And some of these people, they get their information of why they think these things about me from a very terrible show called the view. A view that should be taken off of the air. And so what we want to do is play you a clip of these people at the view so you can understand what they think and we're going to go through it. Well, they don't agree with that. They feel that their greater good is more important than your greater good. Well, you know, it was interesting to me that the argument was being made if you're vaccinated, why do you care about me being vaccinated? You're protected. And that's why we are at the home Marion. Omicron. Variant, right? That's why we are where we are because mutating. It's becoming this crazy superbug inside of the people that aren't vaccinated. And now it's affecting us. I don't know why they were not understanding that. We've got like 80 million people vaccinated. So they understand. They don't want to. Period. I guess. But we all understand that when it comes to, for example, secondhand smoking, right? Yeah. I don't smoke, and I don't want you to smoke next to me. I don't want to swallow your smoke.

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Oklahoma executes inmate who dies vomiting and convulsing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Oklahoma executes inmate who dies vomiting and convulsing

"The first execution in Oklahoma after a series of botched executions in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen didn't go quite as planned sixty year old John Marion grants sentence to death for the nineteen ninety eight stabbing death of prison cafeteria worker gay Carter is the first Oklahoma inmate put to death since twenty fifteen he convulsed and vomited after being given a sedative the first of three drugs used in the execution two members of the execution team wipe the vomit from his face in his neck retired AP reporter Michael Graczyk still covers executions for the Associated Press has witnessed some four hundred fifty such debts and recalls only one instance of someone vomiting during the execution in an email statement the department of corrections said the execution was carried out according to protocols and without complication six more Oklahoma inmates are scheduled to die by lethal injection through next March I'm Tim acquire

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2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

"Two cases against Georgia police officers accused of killing black men have ended with very different outcomes in Fulton County a grand jury handed up an eight count indictment against a member of the U. S. Marshall service and a Clayton county policeman Eric kinds and Christopher Hutchins are charged with felony murder and lying about the twenty sixteen shooting death of Jim Marion Robinson a former college football player he was shot seventy six times when police went to serve a warrant in connection with the weapons case in a different case in Washington County Georgia a jury has deadlocked in the trial of three former sheriff's deputies accused of murdering Yuri Martin during a twenty seventeen suspicious persons arrest the fifty eight year old black man was shocked repeatedly with stun guns and died Martin had a history of schizophrenia authorities say he had taken an aggressive stance hi

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 Judge says Oklahoma can proceed with 5 lethal injections

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Judge says Oklahoma can proceed with 5 lethal injections

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a judge says Oklahoma can proceed with five lethal injections a federal judge has cleared the way for the state of Oklahoma to move forward with scheduled lethal injections for five death row inmates judge Steven free yet denied a motion for a preliminary injunction that attorneys for the five inmates were seeking the first execution in Oklahoma in more than six years is scheduled for Thursday one sixty year old John Marion grant is to receive a lethal injection for the nineteen ninety eight killing of a prison cafeteria worker granted for other death row inmates were removed from a federal lawsuit challenging Oklahoma's three drug lethal injection protocol because they all failed to offer an alternative method of execution hi

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Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with Nets until he's vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with Nets until he's vaccinated

"The Brooklyn nets have announced that star guard Kyree Irving will not be allowed to play in any games or practice until he is vaccinated or New York City changes its vaccine mandate I'm in New York long Irving was not permitted to play in any games of the nets home arena the Barclays center without the vaccine but could play on the road he would have been able to practice at the team training center since it is considered a private facility however nets general manager Sean marks said the decision to ban Irving was made by himself and team owner Joe site and was based on what's best for the organization at this time Tom Marion New York

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Maybe some of your listeners saw last night on the eleven o'clock news. There was a a house explosion on congress street on the west. End of town I did have an opportunity to talk to chief chuck deem this morning Chief jay mcdonald was texting me last night. Keeping me informed of what was taking place over there but at this stage of the game It appears that the house exploded One would immediately come to the conclusion that it had something to do with natural gas So we'll work with columbia gas and and trying to determine the cause of it what we don't know yet is. What was the igniting force. Where was the le- How long had it been leaking. There are some things that we may never know There was an injury. Apparently there was somebody in the house. At the time They are in critical condition with burns Over their body and I understand that they may have been taken to columbus burn unit for for the injuries involved But the marion city police department and fire department on top of it. The fire department will bring in An an investigator and then this morning. When i talked to the safety director we already have a contractor coming out to start cleaning up. The mess and in that contractor understands that he'll have to peel back layer by layer as they do the investigation to determine the cause of the explosion. said they heard they explosion sometime last night around eight thirty. And that's ball parking a little bit Certainly made a lot of people jump out of their burger. Loungers watching a You know murder. She wrote or whatever's on nowadays. I don't know who watches tv anymore. but yeah so we'll take care of that and we'll get that cleaned up after the investigation takes place but i think what's even more concerning to me is this. There's a back story to this. That will not make mainstream media and that is the fact that this house is twenty years delinquent and their property taxes and that totaled up to about fifteen thousand dollars in uncollected property taxes. Now if you think about where does that. Money typically go if they were collecting the taxes. Most of that would go to the schools m. r. d. children's services. The county gets a little. The city gets a miniscule amount but here we are in a situation all over again in this community where we do not execute tax foreclosures efficiently and quickly if the county had done the tax foreclosure even fifteen years ago. We might not be in this situation. So now i have to take..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we're welcoming. The mayor of mary. Scott shirts her into the studio. We're going to talk a little bit about the state of the city of marion mayor. How you doing always a pleasure. My friend always good to be here. Thank you. The sun is shining the temperatures perfect this morning. Yeah yeah wait till i look. I like it hot. But wow the temperatures great this morning yeah we had some crazy fog this morning and some areas of the county so hopefully everybody got where they were going safe. I heard i know when i got here. It was hard to see the building but come into town was perfectly okay so hopefully everybody got where they needed to go warmed back up like we just kind of for the weekend so Get ready for that mayor. We just got through the popcorn festival. It seems to have been a huge success. The weather was perfect. Everybody seemed to have a good time and safety services said it was pretty quiet on their right. Yeah and you know we kind of assess. The popcorn festival may be a little bit differently than the popcorn committee or or the regular popcorn. Goer might do You know we look at the arrests and in the calls for service that we have to the festival grounds and they were down dramatically this year and fact. The chief of police told me on monday that they had one single arrest and it was an out of towner so we can say that the that the crime that we were called in on Was very low. I i do think that the crowd number was down a little bit thursday and friday. It looked like it picked up on saturday but that may be something that often happens From the entertainment perspective. I think you had great. Entertainment the crowd was bigger saturday nights. Of course that was the twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven and i thought the popcorn committee did a very good job of honoring that anniversary and recognizing For for the very first time I asked the police chief. J mcdonald the fire chief. Chuck team to come up on stage with me. So i could publicly. Thank them and recognize our safety forces for what they do here in marian on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. I thought that was well done I agree with you I i do know that Talking about saturday. I do know that rides did extremely well on saturday In that was Mainly earlier in the day when the kids come out with moms and dads and that was nice because the weather was perfect for them to enjoy that in appears that That they certainly did and from all accounts that i've had as well that everything from the popcorn festival went extremely well so just excited to To see things back in moving back and having some good things going on so that was That was a positive. Let's talk a little bit about Something that was in the news. Yesterday we had a home fire and explosion over on congress street last night mayor and A lot of things with that first of all talk a little bit about what happened and and and in your crews responding and doing an outstanding job i understand they were on site within two minutes of Of that happening which is probably unbelievable in this world. Yeah and that's that's the case..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Cw d- You just don't know what dear might have it We do a lot of testing ourselves on deer that are located along the roadways. I get hit by vehicles Matab an extra pair eyes and ears out there you know. Oh hey. I saw a deer today in this area. You know this is where he could go. Get a sample know that that would tremendously help us figure out you know if we have a further spread you know. Hopefully this is just something where it's it's more isolated and we have to deer that test positive and we go the next two three years and don't get any more But if we do have a hot spot we want to locate it and be able to determine you know what needs to be done in that area at this point if you don't see any more cases of cw wd during this hunting season or and the next year or so. How soon until you know your your focus on that goes goes down or goes away or will you continue to focus on it because of so. We'll never quit. Focusing on chronic wasting disease But as far as this specific dear surveillance area The way it's written into the law is that A minimum of three years. Once you declare it you know. It's a three year minimum for that additional disease surveillance areas so you can probably expect it to be the next two three years of the surveillance area here and then obviously if if we're testing in this area and another one pops up you know the disease surveillance area moves you know with with what we're finding So just because you're township might be just out of the range today you know we might find find another one midseason that. Is you know in the southern end. Marion county or something. Like that and increases that zone you know even further hopefully not the case but it could be well if somebody does harvest a deer in southern or actually to coley. Go off of it talk about maybe the southeast corner of marion county. They're going to get that processed and everything like that. Are they still going to look for that. I mean even though they're not in the in the zone while the processor looked for that or anything so not every deer that gets harvested. Like if you're not inside the zone Unfortunately testings not free into do these. You can get him tested. Through department agriculture there is a process where you can pay to have them processed But that's up to the individual whether they wanna get a process or check through that process or not also we do have like if you harvested you. That goes to a taxidermist. We have taxidermist that are collecting samples for our quotas To make sure that we have enough tested That no matter which county you fall in if you take it to a taxidermist. There's potential that they would be testing. You know that animal as well contacts or any process now if somebody does harvest a deer inside Their surveillance area And they wanna obviously have that in. Eat that There's really no problem with abbot. You need to go through the processes correct. Yes so There are some There is rule into that prohibits the removal of a carcass from the disease surveillance area With some exceptions So like say. I'm in in marion. County and i harvested era the big island wildlife area that falls within inside the disease surveillance area But i live down in green camp. And i wanna take that deer home So to take the deer out of the disease surveillance area within twenty four hours at either needs to go to certify taxidermist or certified processor or you have to butcher within the area of the disease surveillance area and not bring out those high risk parts that could potentially have the disease There are some certifications available for processors..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"And today we are welcoming chad. Grody in to the marion public library. Community podcast studio. It's another episode of the marian. Now podcast shed. Grody is wildlife. Officer here in marion county and other counties as well correct chad you work here and wyandotte county. A few others are just pretty much mary. So state while f. officers were assigned to a specific county..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Shed. Grody is wildlife. Officer here in marion county and other counties as well correct chad you work here and wyandotte county. A few others are just pretty much mary. So state while f. officers were assigned to a specific county. Marion county is the one i'm assigned to But we also work throughout the state. We have statewide jurisdiction and My work unit typically is more south in district one But wyan dot hardin. County is also connected in my general area. Where where the cw dvd's disease surveillance area is going to be. That we're gonna talk about. I got you and that's what we are talking about. So chad is in as a wildlife officer here in marion county to talk about chronic wasting disease which you may have heard of being in our dear you may have heard some rumors. You may have heard some things that are correct. You may have been reading on it. But we decided to bring chad in and talk a little bit about it because number one we're coming up to To deer season people again begin to to to hunt deer and number two. Obviously this is something that is affecting about a. I guess it would be more of a twenty mile area. It's a ten mile radius around where the chronic wasting disease was found up in wyandotte county. So chad first of all tells a little bit about chronic wasting disease what is it. What's the history. How did he get here and become a thing. Yeah so chronic. Wasting disease has been around for quite a while it's been located in other states around us and Cw d. was found in wyandotte county recently but previously we had found it and some of our whitetail deer homes and wayne homes and wayne county. Yeah so since Those have been located are found The disease surveillance area for them have expired We haven't had any more positives in that general area But unfortunately we recently had to positives in wyandotte county Which created the disease surveillance area for our general area. Okay

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"That but one of the things and again that rolls in very nicely to To recovery mont. Is you know kind of this. This awareness of of just how dangerous it has been I think you can include the pandemic in that. I think people You know weren't able to do the things they're able to do. And we've of touched on that but maybe they're maybe they were drinking a little bit more alcohol or maybe they were using other substances and maybe they began using more of that. And so one of the things that we do know is on the illicit drug side We have very very concerned about Of sentinel It's not just in opiates anymore. It's everything that's coming through I would say that right now. The the the drug seizures that we're seeing there's a very fluid market right now from what we're seeing there but What we encourage individuals to do is to be come trained to have narcan with them. That's the over opioid overdose reversal drug and so Any type of of opiates that that could work on There's a lot of debate. And if you wanna talk about polarizing issues that's certainly one of them but we do support that It does give individuals a chance to to be revived and to try to get into recovery as best they can. But that's something we'll have some different community events and community partners that are coming together to raise awareness around that as well absolutely talk about some of the The agencies that That the crawford. Marian atom h board works with. There are a bunch there are and and it's actually growing we This past year. We did as a board Working with some additional agencies so we have the traditional agencies that we worked with specifically in marion county. would include mary counseling center more recently. Mary haven we also have the marion crawford prevention program That does a lot of good work in the schools and we have some new agencies that are in process of being an becoming under contract. We have Ohio guide stone. We have Day one integrative services and then we also have Bright view Which is just down the road from us actually day one as as well. So these are new entities That have not been in marion for a real long time and with which the board has not contract. But what we're trying to do. Paul is really make it so that individuals who need help Have different options And there's a lot of a lot of services and a lot of providers that have come into marion county in recent years and so what we're trying to do is use that for the benefit of the people who need help absolutely good stuff anything else that you had on your list. You wanted to address today. No now this has been. This has been great. I really appreciate the time. It's always good to see you talk baseball. Talk shop a little bit and just appreciate the opportunity and Appreciate you you talking a little bit about this earlier with with the stories around covert and some concerns around mental health so it's not just again addiction recovery month We are going to be having an eye on suicide prevention as well and raising awareness because that's certainly concern as well once again. Brad tell everyone exactly what they need to do. If they need to reach out and get help it is there in. It's a phone call away..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we're welcoming into the marion public library community. Podcast studio brad decamp from the crawford. Marian atom h board. And today we're gonna talk about recovery month and a lot of things going on with the crawford. Marian adam h brad. Welcome to the show. How you doing my friend. Thank you paul. Good to see you as always absolutely got a chance to talk a little baseball. Hit the button and any friday morning. you can find me at one of the local restaurants around here having breakfast with my buddies and we generally are talking the game of baseball so i'm always open to chat a little bit about about the game of baseball but today we're talking about recovery month and that is coming up brad. Let's talk a little bit about what you guys have planned. And what's happening for recovery month this year with the atom h board absolutely and thanks. Paul and i agree any days ago. Data talk about baseball so So yeah so. Recovery month is coming up and this is really a national recognition of of the fact that that people can and do recover People can recover from substance use disorders or addiction. They can recover from mental illness. And that's something that our system is really there to help support but really what we're going to be doing is highlighting some of the things that That kind of can lend to successful recovery highlighting different success stories making sure that people understand how to get help Because one of the things that you and i were talking about before we went on air as we've been dealing with this cova thing for a while now and a lot of what that's revealed is that there are Families and individuals that are starting to ask for help. That have not been in a position to do that before. So we wanna make sure that we're highlighting. How people can do that. But really it's it's about having that recognition and the message out there of hope That individuals can get the help that they need and can move into recovery. Why no one of the topics. it that you're stressing is that addiction really. Is everyone's problem. Explain what you guys mean by that. And what does everyone need to do to help with that absolutely and thank you for that question. so what. this is part of our media campaign that we've been doing over the last several months and we have billboards..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"So if you live on any of those streets at some point after the popcorn festival You're probably gonna start seeing no parking signs going up in the tree lawn so they can come through and they'll mill it off. They'll do curb ramps where necessary Because that's a american with disability act provisions that we have to do when resurface any streets. And then they'll come in and they'll lay a couple inches of asphalt back down on that and you'll have a brand new dark asphalt street which everybody loves to see out the front window absolutely with that being said I know that Something also that's been a frustration For for you and your team is everything. That's been going on with norfolk southern as we have gone through the summertime. And we've had some closings already. We've got closings today of a lot of crossings in in the city. And you said you were informed less than twenty four hours before they wanted y'all to have signs up on on grade crossings. Talk a little bit about that. And what's going on with the railroad crowd yeah. We don't get much advanced notification from railroads. There's no doubt about that. And i have gotten a lot more emails and phone calls about. Can't i do something about trains blocking crossings. And unfortunately i don't believe to my knowledge that there is a mayor in the state of ohio. That has any power authority to do anything about that. The railroads are regulated by the federal government. And if they can't give us more than a twenty four hour notification that they're going to close a grade crossing. I can't do anything about a train blocking it for thirty minutes. We're talking eight today right nine. I had it on the news this morning list. They'll they'll basically start from route four which we consider this mainstream and they'll go south all the way Through the city limits and it will be closed for a few hours each one of those and then at some point. They're actually gonna come back and do the work on those grade separations. And we don't know when that will be we have expressed our displeasure to the railroad company We actually have The ohio rail commission Who helps kind of oversee and work with railroads in the state of ohio We have their email and their phone number in my office. And we ask any citizen who wants to level a complaint at the railroad To please let the hi rail commission go and there are other things that you can do to let them know but this is a federally. Regulated industry no control by local government. Yeah absolutely so realize it That that is going on. And i know it Tries your patience realize it on a day like today much like when you have the popcorn festival although you can't use all the overpasses on the popcorn festival gig good at utilizing the overpasses west fairground street. I know That i'm understanding is supposed to stay open with the things that are going on today and maybe down the future as well so those are some some deals that you can certainly get trapped on the west side of marion and not have any idea in your mind how you're getting over without finding that. Gps on your phone believe me. I've been there. yeah. And that's right. And and i just want everybody to know that. We we have a contingency plan for things like this. We we have a fire station on the west side. We stationed police officers on the west side and they know the best and safest routes to get to and from a wherever they're needed..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"And they're posted on the city off are the state auditor's website If the books are deemed on auditable that would be the first time in my knowledge that that has ever happened in the city of marian and that is a serious breach of your elected responsibilities and duties when you become an elected official right. And you don't have. There's not a whole lot that mayor's office can do in regards to this. Because the auditor is elected position. Correct yet and that is a. That's a good point to make. I often get asked well. Can't you tell them what to do. Know their elected official part of the executive branch of municipal government. I'm not his boss okay. and i often then get aswell. Who is his boss. Well the voters of the city of marion are his boss. Okay so the you need to voice your opinion you need to be concerned about the potential loss of federal dollars which will be devastating to us because in just a real quick. Look on wednesday. We estimated again. This is just my administrators my department heads and directors estimating anywhere between two and a half million dollars a year comes into our general fund to help fund the services that we provide to our citizens. We have a fire grant that that is a federal grant for firefighters. Police officers have the cops grant. We talked to earlier this about the one point. Eight million dollars a federal aviation money that the airport is going to get for projects now. I'd like to tell you that money. Safe and secure because those projects are underway right now but the faa provides money for the mayor in municipal airport every single year. We have a transportation program in the senior citizen A senior center that is all federal dollars a virtually all federal dollars there some owed dot dollars but those dollars started at the federal government. They come to uh-huh dot they come to us So those are in jeopardy. Our transit department a huge percentage of the entire budget in marion area transit are federal dollars. There is a big grant In the marion municipal court For the probation department that we've gotten every single year we're talking hundreds of thousands of dollars just for that grant alone The grant writer in the municipal probation department is outstanding and very successful at writing. that grant. All these grants all these things that i have just mentioned to. You are in jeopardy of being lost in the next years to come and we don't know when that will be because the city has never been faced with such a dire situation when it comes to our state audit. Wow is there is there anything and average constituent can do to see what's going on learn more about this get information anything like that or is it just. We have to wait and see well. And that's a great question you know. I ascribed to a very simple philosophy as The mayor in public policy Tell it all tell it first and tell it yourself and that's what i'm doing. I have informed the majority and minority leaders of city council. I think council should be well informed on this situation Unfortunately council doesn't meet again until the tuesday after labor day. So i intend to inform all of council members that are present and and they all usually come to those committee meetings On exactly what is going on but i. I am hopeful that the minority and the majority leader's on city council will inform their caucuses as well and any council member as welcome to reach out to me..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Joining me in studio today. The marion public library community. Podcast studio for another episode of the mary. now podcast. it's mary mayor scott shirt sir and mayor. How you doing my friend. It's going to see a buddy. I'm doing great thank you. It is a nice hot blazing summer day in ohio. And i love this weather. I do too. I'm a fan. You and i were talking. You know we're we're. We're those guys at walked up hill both ways with six feet of snow every day to go to school right but Yeah i mean i. I grew up with no air conditioning. And we had days like this and we just kind of dealt with it. I'll tell you my big thing is going from air conditioning. To not back in that kind of that. I think drains me going back and forth. Do you think you could get everybody and this station to turn off the air. So you don't have that problem. We'll today. I've got a couple of people in here so i don't think so are the windows. Don't always open so i'd get a little warm. You know i fifteen years ago. I probably would have to win. You know but you know it is what it is. And i'm i'm happy that we have Summers because if you don't have summers you certainly can't have fall spring and winter so We're definitely dealing with the summer. And we're gonna talk about some summer things because there's a lot of things that the city has left to do before the summer is over when you when you talk about streets and stuff like that and We've got labor day closings to talk about as well. But i think we'll get started today. Talk a little bit about something that came to light on tuesday That you inform me a little bit about Before we before we started recording today and that is the annual audited happens for the city of mary and talk a little bit about what what came to light the other day. Yeah and unfortunately This is the most disturbing news that i have been given about. The city's financial situation in a number of years. And it's not because that we're not collecting revenue. It's not because the unemployment is significantly high and that's where the city gets. Its two percent during earned income. Were doing well in that regard but every year Per ohio revised code the state auditor. audits political subdivisions. Whether it's a county a city a- township of village A school board. So those are all political subdivisions. This happens every single year. And we prepare for these audits every year and never in my ten year on municipal government as a councilman or mayor has the state audit team asked to have a meeting with myself and my directors and It was very disturbing to hear from them that they're supposed to be finishing up. The city's audits next tuesday which is august. Thirty first all right and They haven't even started the audit because they informed me that the city's books have not been reconciled. Now keep in mind. We're in twenty twenty one. This audit is on the twenty twenty books so for an entire year. The books have not been reconciled. What should be done monthly okay and that was very disturbing to me. Because i know by september thirtieth we have to have some federal documentation in which allows us to receive federal dollars in you and i have been talking all summer long about arp money..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"So nice just kelly atoms. So what a wonderful song. What a great story behind it as well. And this has been delightful. Thanks for coming in. I appreciate great time. I love meeting you. It's always a pleasure meeting anyone in everyone especially on a foggy day which we had a pretty a pretty sunny day for. Hopefully that will happen. On september tenth jess will be on the showcase stage at the marian. Popcorn festival seven thirty on that friday night september tenth. And we certainly invite you to come down the merriam popcorn festival. If you're listening to this in your seventy eighty two hundred miles away is free. Yeah none of the entertainment. You have to pay for none of it. That was the whole idea behind. The festival was to celebrate the popcorn heritage and provide free entertainment and in a lot of cases headline entertainment and soon to be headline entertainment. With somebody is awesome jets. And and that's the whole idea behind the festival so you can come and get a ton of free entertainment really good food and just have yourself a great time and like i said we've got thursday night on our main stage. We have rumors which is a fleetwood. Mac tribute act on friday night eddie montgomery from montgomery gentry. Great white will be on saturday night. All of those start Show start between about eight thirty and nine. It really depends on a lot of factors we tell everybody eight thirty but sometimes it's more like eight forty five eight fifty but But we certainly will have some some great shows for you as well as all the shows on the showcase stage. All of the show's happening on the pop and party stage all weekend long. I mean just just crazy. I mean all the stages and all the really good entertainment. that's going to happen And and i'm. I'm happy that gesture part of just tell everybody how they can find your music get. Your music consume your music before and after the popcorn festival show saving grace. I just released that two weeks ago and you can hear that on apple music spotify Under jess kelly adams three names and the middle name is spelled k. e. l. l. i. e. so just kelly atoms and that's the same with my facebook and instagram youtube. You can find me anywhere online. At just kelly atoms. Well you can also meet her that night at the marion popcorn festival. Now you might wanna wanna stop and realize that she's probably going be heading over to see. Eddie montgomery a little bit later which is cool but but certainly you can. You can meet her. Check out her music and have a wonderful time at the festival. Enjoy your day in marian and enjoy the festival. I i come and go from the popcorn festival for days and days days. So hopefully i'll right into you but there's a good chance we won't see each other down busy as it is so but but it's cool because i'll be i'll be doing some stuff with opening ceremonies that night as well as handling the games stuff back here so it'll be crazy but realized that i am with you in spirit when you are playing that evening whether or not. I'm able to make it over there or not. i'll try. i will try my best. And it'll be fantastic folks if you like what you're hearing. Make sure that you hit follow on the the marian now channel which is all stuff about things that are going on in and around marian and of course everytime we post a new one. You'll get a notification right on your phone once again. Thank you to my guests today. Just kelly adams who was playing the mariam. Popcorn festival jess. Thank you so much for coming. In i appreciate you..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we're welcoming dr kirk gingrich. The president of ohio health marion general hospital into the marion public library community. Podcast studio. it's another episode of the marianao. Podcast dr gingrich. Thank you so much for taking some time today to talk to me. We're going to talk a little bit about the new comprehensive cancer center. That ohio health marion general hospital just announced so first of all. Welcome to the show. How are you today. Thank you for having me on the show today. And i am doing great very good. Well let's talk a little bit about the announcement that you guys may just a couple of weeks ago about the new comprehensive cancer center. That's coming to marry him. First of all tell everybody what it is and why you guys decided to do this. Yeah thanks for allowing me this opportunity. We are excited as we continue to look for ways to support marian marion county and the surrounding counties by adding The ohio health Cancer center This will be a consolidation of many services that we provide but allows provided in a more efficient in patient centered approach for those who choose to get their care here and we'll also be adding just a couple of services as well that people will no longer have to travel elsewhere to receive those services. See i think that's a huge plus is that you're allowing more and more things to happen here in marion and also we know that ohio help marion. General hospital is really becoming an has over the last few years becoming more of a regional hospital. People will come here from other smaller communities and then in and so there's more and more services being added Because of that too right. You're exactly right. Are two key points as we continue to build medical services here in marian art to keep care local so that the majority of that care can be kept right here in marian and also then to be a regional referral hub for those counties that have a smaller hospitals than what we have here so those individuals can stay local where they can but we. They have a resource nearby so they don't need to travel to larger cities to receive that care. I love that so you guys opened up the the the new edition this year. Now this will become part of that but then you'll also be adding more to tell us a little bit about how this transition is going to happen between now and twenty twenty two when it opens. Yeah so when we built the east building on the medical campus It had Sixty thousand square feet of patient care space the private rooms on the second and the third floor. The first floor has a lobby but also had about sixteen thousand square feet of shelf space as we were Continuing to work on what was most needed in our community and as we have done that work over the last couple of years identified this as a key opportunity for us so we will use that sixteen thousand square feet of shelf space to be built out on the first floor of the new east building and it will. House medical oncology so where the physician practices for patients who are receiving cancer. Care and go. They'll also have medical infusions so where people can receive that Chemotherapy and other treatments for can't their cancer. And then we'll also add eight thousand square feet to the south end of the building. And that will hold. The vault for radiation oncology For radiation therapy to be Given to those patients as well if they need that modality that is really really huge and Sutton such an exciting thing. Do you have an idea when when you think the center is going to open in twenty two or you just kinda have to wait and see how winter goes and things like that. Yeah if things go as planned Depending on the weather and and then the other issues as they look at the labor market and everything else we should be able to open up in october of twenty twenty two. Okay so talk. A little bit about i mean. Obviously people are very familiar with ohio health. They know marion general hospital. But you guys are actually a certified member of the md. Anderson cancer network. That i know people not only here in the country but across the world know about them and so talk a little bit your your relationship your your association with md anderson cancer network for so much more services thanks. The medical staff here for years have been very intentional about not just thinking that they're providing good care or just measuring themselves internally but being a part of key national accreditations for cancer services and so the medical staff has Received that american cancer society and american college of surgeons Accreditation and the affiliation with md anderson elevates that process Even more it allows our physicians and support teams to connect with the number one cancer program in the country Through clinical trials programs case conferences consultations And really allow individuals that come to ohio health marion general hospital and to the physicians in this community A chance to recognize that they are getting the highest level of cancer care that they can here in this community. I love it fantastic. Soft dr kirk gingrich. The president of marion general hospital through ohio health. And just some wonderful things going on out there dr gingrich and thank you guys so much for all of it. Thank you for your time today. They're going to open a comprehensive cancer center in more than likely and fall of twenty twenty two right on the campus at ohio health marion general hospital and once again doctor. Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate your stepping in on the show today. Thank you my pleasure. Have a great day..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we are welcoming. Elizabeth more into the marion public library community. Podcast studio to another episode of the marianao podcast today. We are talking about marion. County children services and elizabeth. You guys have a need for some folks to be foster parents first of all welcome. Thanks for joining the show. Good time to sit. And i love it. I do enjoy this. And that's exactly what i said when she asked me. I always love to go in and talk to. Oh they're talking about things and and one of the things that you brought up is is foster parents being needed which is something that we know is is a constant but now things are changing so foster parents are needed now. More than ever talk a little bit about. Why and what's coming in october. That's right so in october. We do start our pre service training. Which is the training that everybody needs to become a foster parent so there are various levels to be a foster parent in. Mary and we just have typical foster homes..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we're welcoming the mayor of marion. Scott shirts sir into the marion public library community podcast studio. It's another episode of the marian. Now podcast we're talking about the state of the city and mayor first of all once again. Thank you so much for your time to come in. I know you're a busy guy. There's so many things going on around the city. But i appreciate you taking time to come in and hang with us a little bit. Well as always. Thanks for having me on. I certainly enjoy coming in here over the years and gives me an opportunity to let your listeners know some of the things that are taking place in the city and you know the the the first item i have on. My list is jobs jobs and more jobs absolutely like everybody else. You guys are looking for some help it. It is amazing. I don't know in our lifetime that we have seen such an abundancy of jobs available. I i was looking at the unemployment rate here. In marion city in marion county for last month and believe it or not it happened to tick upwards. We were in that five percent unemployment rate which is normal for us here in marion county But we're taking up in the sixes and and and heading towards seven which is a concern because there are so many help wanted signs out there and even in city government. We are still recruiting For the positions that we have available in fact some of our our newer Postings is a administrative assistant in the county. Or i'm sorry i said county on city auditor's office and that Posting will be up Until tomorrow so if you're interested in any of the jobs that i'm about to talk about the best thing for you to do is to to check us out online though the website for marian city or you can call us at Seven four zero three eight seven twenty twenty. That's the general city hall phone number. Ask for amy o'connor she is our hr clerk and she can help guide you where to pick up an application drop it off fill it out etc etc but this Administrative assistance position in the city. Auditor's office starts out at seventeen. Seventy one in our and they do have great benefits. It's an office job. It's a i'll call at nine to five. That's not exactly nine to five. But you know what i mean. Five days a week we also have a position in our wastewater treatment plant A wastewater treatment plant operator trainee and that that application is open until friday july. The sixth which i believe is a week from tomorrow and it starts out seventeen. Eighty seven an hour again all these. These two positions have benefits that go along with them and good work hours. We also have some opportunities for those of you out there. That may just say you know what. I only wanna work a couple of days a week ellen went to work seasonally or part time we are still looking for seasonal part time Lawnmowers in our weedon grasp program. And i know you're familiar with that paul because you had somebody in your family. That did that with us for a while. Absolutely did a for. I think three summers and he loved every bit of it because it was good solid work and he got a good workout well. We usually put about three crews of two mowers out on the city streets and we mow a lot of the abandoned properties or the grass gets too tall and and we we only have one crew right now and we just lost a retired teacher. He's relocating to the cleveland area. So we really could use some lawnmowers and our weeden grasp program To finish off the year this this program usually starts in about late early. May and we usually wrap up september october. We may go as long as weather permits this year..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"My name is emma crease. I'm a sophomore now at river valley high school. And i've been in for about eight years now. I'm in river valleys. Ffa group and i'm the number creative kids for it. I used to show steers. I absolutely loved it. I grew up knowing that like sears. Our food they get sold and they get breeded and everything but it's definitely been a big change. Should raise those in my backyard in the middle of suburban ohio. And it's a big change from having to walk my hair every day and having to feed them every day. It's a big change to go from big animal to this little small. Animal your kid. How did you get interested in doing stairs. And then moving over to the does My my mom has a friend named bernie davidson. Never the on. He talked to me one day. In the middle of december was like either baby calf. Who needs help. Because it's mother died and my mom was all over that she was like. Yeah sure okay. So i rushed on over there and i got started on a bottle and doing all that and i just started with it. I done it forever. And i've been around since i can remember. My uncle owns a dairy farm but he lives in pennsylvania. And it's a whole thing. I've always loved him. I really wanna continue cavs and showing steers and everything. And i don't wanna be part of like a farmer. I wanna be a farmer. So i can help kids in my area and like get their animals and stuff. It'd be a dream of mine to own a farm all that stuff. Were you like the best about the fan. Definitely the shows. It's super cool to see how everyone handles their animals and like how they all react. When bad things happen like happens a lot fair. You can't control animals all the time..

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"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"marion" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward

"Today we welcome. Sarah leonhardt and laurie button from a one printing into the marion. Public library. Community podcasts studio for another episode of the marian. Now podcast today. We're talking about.