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South Dakota National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:08 min | Last month

South Dakota National Parks

"Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about South Dakota. I'd like to welcome back to the show Gary Art from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? Surprise surprise about national parks. This time about the National Parks of South Dakota Gary. Welcome back to the show. It has been so long. Yeah and we never get to talk so it's always a pleasure. It has been a very short period of time since I talked to carry but we have talked about doing this show since we ran into each other. Probably at Mount Rushmore last October September September. I think yeah. Maybe it's October. But yeah we're going to t backs and and this was totally unplanned. You just happen to be a remote rushmore exact same time. It's one of those odd coincidences that happen. And it doesn't happen to meet all that often but there are some national parks in South Dakota. That are not Mount Rushmore. So where are we going if we go to the National Parks of South Dakota? They're six national park. Service sites in South Dakota and five of them are in the West located in or near the Black Hills. And then there's one all by its lonesome in the east so we might as well talk about that one. I and that is the Missouri River National Recreation area. It lies on the Missouri River as you might guess given the name it is in the charming little town of yanked him. South Dakota believe it or not. I was actually rather curious to visit yanked and because I had read a list several years ago that had the cheapest place to live in America was yanked in South Dakota so it was kind of curious to see I was kind of curious. What kind of community is this? And it's very nice and it's not rundown or anything now it's cheap. It just happens to be in the middle of nowhere and that's why the site is right on the border with Missouri arm starting Nebraska and it's fifty nine mile stretch of the Missouri River. Very nice some very large bluffs that are overlooking the river and a national recreation area. So it's not a park if you go to the visitor center and look to get your National Park Stamp. It is not a visitor center per se. It is the office. So that's where the maintenance vehicles and the office staff and they're all there and in that building there's a very small lobby and they just sort of stick the stamp out there for people that want it but unlike pretty much every other national parks that you go to. There's no movie there's no displays none of that. It's very straightforward. It's just something that you can visit. There's a bridge which goes from South Dakota to Nebraska that crosses the river and that's probably some of the best views you're going to get of the river if you WANNA take some photos. There's a place you can pull out just before the bridge. You can't really stop on the bridge nor can you really walk across the bridge. So that's kind of difficult so you just have to keep those things in mind. It's far enough east for. I think you could easily do day-trip if you happen to be in Sioux falls or if you're driving across the state I mean if you wanted to dip down interstate ninety s the interstate. The kind of runs across South Dakota East West. You could do that if you're a serious national parks. Yeah other than that. There's not a lot there. Well I should say for the listeners. The show who are either not from the US or possibly geographically challenged the Missouri River may not stick out in your mind but Missouri River is the longest river in North America. If you include the merchant into the Mississippi River in Saint Louis even if you don't include the Mississippi part I believe North think it's the Missouri Mississippi Slash Missouri. So if you took if you went from New Orleans and then just kind of banked left at Saint Louis rather than right that would take you further. 'cause THE MISSISSIPPI goes up into northern Minnesota whereas the Missouri goes much further will the I? I'm looking it up in the Missouri River just until it gets to the mouth Where it enters into the Mississippi is well for our European listers who I was mentioning this forest. Thirty seven hundred thirty seven sixty seven kilometers or two thousand three hundred forty one miles. So there's really quite an amazing amount of the length of this river not to mention the fact that it empties into the Mississippi River. The river at this point and yanked is pretty good sized. It's not a rapid river. Anything like that. It's far too big for it if anything else. It kind of gives you an appreciation for the river. Think if you go up to North Dakota there are some sites that are close to the as well and you with Lewis and Clark and these the Missouri kind of as their highway to get to the West speaking of the river. I in South Dakota many times live in Minnesota and I think South Dakota is kind of. There's two half's to the state the east and the West in the dividing line is the Missouri River it kind of goes along Nebraska and then it hooks up in when you're on interstate ninety that goes East West when you cross the river. The geography changes pretty dramatically so on the eastern side of the river. It's really flat. Is Your stereotypical great plains. Corn for miles. Once you cross it then you start to see hills instantly like instantly instantly. And that's a function of the river the meandering of the river in the flood plain and everything has basically scour out everything to the east of it and literally. When you cross the bridge you start to see some hills and that's not the black hills yet but it's kind of building up to that. I think you're still well over one hundred miles away at that point and all of the rest of the parks are in this. Western part of the state in the western part of the state is by far the most interesting. It gets the most tourists. You've heard of pretty much anything. In South Dakota it is to the west of the Missouri River in that Black Hills area. So we're talking deadwood Mount Rushmore while drug everything except the Mitchell Corn Palace.

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"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It was a mass have you ever been to the that I was actually just talking about this place earlier this morning I don't even know how I came up with the more scores have you ever been to the labors what winery that overlooks the Missouri River right there in Russia no I'm not it is a beautiful beautiful place I have been there a long time but here's here's the deal in the late nineteen eighties and I you know I haven't had drinking I can't believe this I thirty years that's amazing I've ever tried but I hate that I did in the eighties I have a lot of fun and when that when the place there was a friend of mine his name is Steve Hansen's from here in Saint Louis maybe family listen to be careful about this but she was a very close friend and he discovered this place so this was after I was in college okay I'm thinking eighty seven right around there eighty seven eighty eight yeah it's like you gotta check this place out he had met the guy Curtis please why who is you know starting it and they have this A. frame house at the time in for those people familiar it's a lot bigger now there's a restaurant I have been there awhile but it was is a frame house that had you know this beautiful view of the Missouri River and they have their own wine the truth be told this is Missouri wine if we're really being honest I don't know who's the best wine in the world but that was irrelevant because it was just this beautiful experience yeah so I was at twenty two years old at the time Roger in you know was was trying to swing the bat on the dating scene and I ended up taking I mean that was my go to spot for for taking listeners vitamins is how far away the drivers are not very far but you see I was you know I was I was savvy in old twenty two so if I would take the the nineteen year old well it had to be twenty one is the twenty one year old out there to the winery virus that was sort of impressive in fancy and then what happened with that places it caught on you know very very quickly so when I was going there nobody knew about it was like a secret place and when I would take someone there it was kind of a cool unique deal with them the fraternities and sororities became aware of it for a while it became a bit bit of a safety issue because you had young people that we're going out there and the cars were everywhere in the people getting sloshed on wine sales they had a Tampa down a little bit but it's still out there and and that I think the wind is distributed throughout the the state maybe even the Midwest now plus size out I'd buy more of the craft brewery craft distillery kind of person myself but we got out okay there's you know speaking of good views I think it's Glenn in in Herman has a great view of the Missouri River you know I used to do Oktoberfest in Herman yeah back in the day I do remember that the one the one girl that I took out there this is the one I remember in our user experiences but you know alcohol affects people different ways I think winds a little different as well would you agree to that yeah I I can't during my to my stomach it's ours I mean I enjoy I enjoy like split a bottle somebody that's about it for me so I was I was very excited it was one that I took as a young girl and she when she started drinking wine her composure pissed percentage change like completely should be talking to someone I'd never seen before in my life and needless to say that was the only date but it was crazy not a good way I'm not no not even that way at all like maybe this isn't the best idea at least not on an empty stomach Rogers back this afternoon which traffic we we get going for sure at three fifty this afternoon thank you very much Mr branded three ten the updated forecast for around here from Steve Templeton by the way any flurries or sprinkles from the late afternoon early evening will and then clearing skies it's got the sent over actually clear skies down to twenty three says we call tonight forty three tomorrow forty four on Friday but will look in mid fifties and in the fifties on Sunday as well Saturday looks like the pick of the weekend at this point will it still be possible failure for forty this afternoon we have Tim Fitch former county police chief sales guy police chief current county councilman he's my councilman got into it yesterday with the county council chair Lisa Clancy and it got hot at that county council meeting and we'll talk about it here which she said also the full music here because she is outstanding this is Joanna Sorrento she's from Kirkwood he's only eighteen years old.

"missouri river" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KNSS

"The Missouri River farmers in hold county now fear their soggy fields will turn into a frozen wastelands Chris Harris family owns twelve hundred acres of farmland he says most of it has been under water since March all the crops are gone ten percent of all of the land in whole county remains under water some of it will likely freeze in place because in a host of problems there being no fall worked on then there's the brakes and the levees along the river the army corps of engineers is working to fix them but an anticipated what are the normal winter could force them to shut down construction this community is not going to be back to normal until all the levees are fixed Chris's family has already lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment and income from ruined crops we're gonna lose people we're gonna lease farm ground fox four news this is Wichita's number one ninety seven and thirteen thirty AM as the story of Milton Hershey my goodness sent off to be a candy maker apprentice at the age of fourteen it just goes to that point that we make often on the show the colleges and for everyone and learning a trade and the skill is my goodness he became really good at what he did working in toiling away in Lancaster Pennsylvania let's return to the story of Milton Hershey in early eighteen seventy six as America celebrates its one hundredth birthday eighteen year old mill receives a.

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"missouri river" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KNSS

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Midwest states seek to fix Missouri River flood bottlenecks

Mark Levin

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Midwest states seek to fix Missouri River flood bottlenecks

"Several several several several several several several midwestern midwestern midwestern midwestern midwestern midwestern midwestern states states states states states states states have have have have have have have joined joined joined joined joined joined joined together together together together together together together to to to to to to to try try try try try try try and and and and and and and identify identify identify identify identify identify identify bottlenecks bottlenecks bottlenecks bottlenecks bottlenecks bottlenecks bottlenecks along along along along along along along the the the the the the the Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri River River River River River River River that that that that that that that can can can can can can can cause cause cause cause cause cause cause waters waters waters waters waters waters waters to back up band worsened flooding in certain areas of Surrey Iowa Kansas and Nebraska submitted a study proposal to the US army corps of engineers that comes after two rounds of devastating flooding this year in the Midwest

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U.S. Farmers Hit With Bad Weather And Trade Disputes

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:15 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Farmers Hit With Bad Weather And Trade Disputes

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business. From menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net in this country. The forecast calls for more rain in Oklahoma and Arkansas this week. That's not what people were hoping for in states already facing flooding. What's the flooding mean for farmers NPR's? Nathan rod takes a trip across their underwater landscape Robert Stowe boss, steps out of his mud spattered red Chevy pickup and gives a nod. Was that? Copper rod with us across his voter. Still buzz been driving around his fields normally planted with soybeans rice and corn. Now, they're flooded as are the narrow dirt roads through his fields. We'll watch this and see how the gets. Gets good numbers on this because I've never seen it before still buzz land sits near the Arkansas river in the central part of the state. But right now, it's in the Arkansas river, Jonathan Trafford. The director of the Conway county office of emergency services is sitting in the front seat. You know, look, basically the water in the river now it's got a it's got a more reddish tend to. That alarm going off is because the water is now up to the trucks wheel wins. Feeling comfortable going any further. Still Bob puts the truck in reverse and backs out to a dry section of road outside, he gestures to a flooded field as an Osprey source overhead this is just one little spot right here that we're looking at east of here. It's thousand tens of thousands of acres are under water up and down the Arkansas river. The Missouri river the Mississippi and their tributaries many, many fields are flooded. Like this worse, the weeks of rain and prevented many farmers from even planting the US department of agriculture says at this point last year. Ninety percent of the corn crop was planted in the corn belt this year. It's just over half add to that the ongoing trade dispute with China and other potential for a new one with Mexico and stow boss says the situation is grim, we have a very slim chance of, of eking out, anything that resembles what we typically, you know, are blessed to do Jared heartbeat and agronomist with the. University of Arkansas's division of agriculture says it's not just happening here. I think everybody's had a pretty rough go, but basically from Ohio to the west everyone's in a pretty good state of alarm as to where we go from here. The Trump administration announced a sixteen billion dollar package to try to help farmers affected by the trade dispute with China, but in new squabble with Mexico over immigration could hurt. Farmers more to Scott Irwin, an agricultural economist at the university of Illinois. Mexico's a very important buyer, one of our most important buyers of agricultural products that are produced here in the midwest. But or when says there could also be some good news here for growers prices for corn, and other crops have been low, because of surpluses and other factors with the weather and flooding. Those prices could go up by their nature has basically provided the clearing the decks of our surplus supplies that we needed to get. Higher prices that doesn't take away the sting of the moment, though. Irwin says farmers want to farm and many have already lost money in their flooded out fields and now waterlogged equipment back in central Arkansas. Robert Stowe bought can't help point out the irony of the big irrigation system, sitting in the middle of one of his flooded fields, tears of joy in tears the sanitizer. Same color. So if you don't laugh a little bit along with this stuff you just about go crazy. So for now he'll try to keep cracking jokes. Nathan rob NPR news at kipnes Arkansas. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from NC TA, the internet and television association, whose members are building the ten g network of the future that aims to deliver residential internet speeds of ten gigabits per second. More at ten g platform dot org.

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Levee breached, Jackson County emergency crews conduct water rescues

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Levee breached, Jackson County emergency crews conduct water rescues

"With the swelling of the Missouri river, emergency management in Missouri had to carry out water rescues by boat with a small town of Levy Levy breached. Here's correspondent Caroline Sweeney. That I would see water like this water rushing over the road coming up in tempting the railroad tracks and the sandbags to fight back, one Levy breaking overnight the way another levee break down down east a little bit. We built a levian stuff back in their back in the day. But I mean it's going after that a waiting game. Levin is just under thirty miles east of Kansas City town is made up of about eighty

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"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of the Missouri river, bottom from Petersburg to Roach, port also levies in rural areas of Lewis county across the Mississippi River from Quincy Illinois were over topped on Thursday, flooding several thousand acres of farmland and the rivers are expected to continue rising. A foot a day for the time being cures came lex AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist, Brian Thompson KFI, boy Accu weather and sunshine will give way to clouds today. There will be a shower thunderstorm in spots late this afternoon. Today's high around eighty seven stronger, severe thunderstorms around early this evening, which can bring flooding downpours hail, and damaging winds. Otherwise, partly cloudy later tonight, lows sixty three partly sunny pleasant not as warm tomorrow, high seventy nine should be a beautiful day. Monday was son of clouds and low humidity high Monday, seventy eight. This is accurate. The allergist Brian Thompson on Saint Louis. Newsradio cable x sixty three degrees. Clear skies downtown at the arch camel, ex news time six oh, six I'm George sells. Lewis's NewsRadio camel, X Saint Lewis's morning news. Total information. Hey, weekday mornings at five on KOMO X and O X dot com. Saturday in the park Saturday in the rink. Big doings in downtown Saint Louis cubs cards at Busch stadium blues. Bruins game three Stanley Cup final coming up at the enterprise center. Tonight at seven o'clock. Lots of going on outside, and you're gonna wanna keep an eye on that weather forecast. You heard Brian Thompson talking about the possibility of some severe storms moving through the area in that six seven o'clock range, that is something that obviously could affect the baseball game could also affect the folks outside for the concert and the watching parties. You've got the, the watching party going on, on market street. There were people will be gathered also over at ballpark village, they've had to put screens outside. They're expecting so many people over there. They've had to expand their capacity there. So the storm possibility is going to be something you're really want to keep an eye on. If you're planning your evening around being outside for all that's going on. Downtown St Louis more than one hundred thousand people expected in the downtown area tonight for these two events. Of course, the, the bigger of the two, of course, is Blue's. Bruins Stanley Cup final now there's been a lot of John going on back and forth between Saint Louis and Boston. A lot of our fans have been irritated with the coverage on NBC. Part of the reason was that if the beginning of the basically the first two games of the series, they had these blurbs, these vignettes with Dennis Leary talking about Boston. Everything. That's great about Boston. Pack your car and go to the garden. The Bruins.

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At least 8 dead amid outbreak of severe weather in central U.S.

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

03:04 min | 1 year ago

At least 8 dead amid outbreak of severe weather in central U.S.

"Garrett. At least eight people have died in this week's outbreak of dangerous weather in the central United States. Police in Oklahoma today recovered the body of a seventy seven year old man who drowned in his car on a flooded road. A tornado killed three people last night in Missouri. Another powerful tornado ripped through that state capital. Jefferson City David Begg. No shows us the devastating power of these storms disaster. Hit the state of Missouri under the cover of darkness. Gene, Harrison is wife Opal, both in their eighties were found dead outside, what is left of their home near golden City, Missouri. Three hours later in three hours, north of here, but tornado touchdown Missouri's capital of Jefferson City, one hundred sixty mile per hour winds toss vehicles like toys ripped roofs, off homes and buildings and scattered debris for hundreds of yards. My grandfather started Chevrolet business, nineteen thirty six and we've ever has storm like this before while the destruction at Riley Chevrolet left, its owner, Kevin Reilly stunned almost cried. If you had to guess what percentage of your lot? His ruin. It's going to be ninety percent of it. There were only a few minor injuries in Jefferson City. No one was killed here. So it looks like it just came right through this area. The mayor Kerry Turjan told us tornado sirens, likely saved lives. We have the outdoor warning sirens, and I heard them. In fact, I just lay down to go to bed last night, about eleven fifteen and heard it today's that weren't major injuries. Given those kinds of wins, it is amazing. Because when you see some of these homes without re saying that people were able to walk away from that is incredible. Wild week of weather for the southern plains with more than one hundred seventy five tornadoes eight people have died and there has been destructive flooding. In Muskogee county Oklahoma, the Arkansas river continues to swell tonight. Already, it's pushed to barges carrying four thousand pounds of fertilizer, causing them to crash into the Webbers falls dam. The town has been evacuated and officials told residents if the dam fails, it could be catastrophic. We are live tonight in Jefferson City, Missouri where they're dealing with another major threat. The Missouri river is at flood stage, major flood stage and may overtop the levees here, within the next twenty four hours. So the mayor who we interviewed for our story told us, she has evacuated the northern part of her city and closed the airport major. They thought that was their big concern. And then the tornado hit last night. David Beckham with the details and the preparations, thanks so much. We must tell you the severe threat continues. The severe weather threat continues tonight in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and tomorrow from Texas to Wisconsin over the holiday weekend. Storms are expected to keep churning from the southern plains to the Great Lakes. The southeast is set to broil as temperatures soared to near record highs. It will be cooler in the west with more snow in the Rockies and

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'Excessive rainfall': Waterlogged Midwest, Plains brace for yet another soaking

The Moth Radio Hour

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

'Excessive rainfall': Waterlogged Midwest, Plains brace for yet another soaking

"Flooding in the midwest is likely to get worse NPR's Amy held reports. More rain is forecast today and into the week over the next few days three to five inches of rain is forecast to fall in eastern Nebraska across northern Kansas and into Wisconsin going to put the areas that are flooding into a higher stage of flooding. Greg Gleaner is a meteorologist at the weather prediction center. He says it comes as the Mississippi and Missouri rivers as well as the soil are saturated from historically wet winter and snow melt is still. Coming off the mountains time to have any respite because we continually have systems come through last week. The Mississippi reached a record level inundating downtown Davenport, Iowa overall, letting has cost more than a billion dollars in damages and claimed several lives. Forecasters say could last until the

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The Missouri River Is Just Going to Keep On Flooding

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:17 min | 1 year ago

The Missouri River Is Just Going to Keep On Flooding

"The governors of Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri and the Lieutenant governor of Kansas continue to push for regional solutions to river management. Here's more from USA's. Rick Vincent in Omaha after meeting Friday for a second time with FEMA and the army corps of engineers to assess flood damage the Ford said, they never want to see this kind of destruction again, and they're asking for more control. Governor Pete Ricketts Nebraska says it's not going to be acceptable to continue experiencing these flooding episodes. Three. Shorts plugging buddies right now medium-term what are some of the intervening jets take states with the core? Changed the way the rivers being managed. I will Kim Reynolds says therefore major levee breaks still have inflow of water. And that's where they're gonna start. To address that we talked about that they do not have the funding starts recovery repaired processes. It's critical that congress to get a corporation. So that we could start becoming conscious all on the system. Our communities are extremely vulnerable because this is a system that has been compromised down was governor, Mike Parsons says they're all the same page trying to focus on the future of their states.

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More snow expected as spring blizzard slams central U.S.

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

More snow expected as spring blizzard slams central U.S.

"Powerful springtime storm is bringing back the fear of continued flooding to parts of the upper central US blizzard. And winter storm warnings continue across the northern plains upper midwest in a storm that's buried scenarios under more than two feet of snow knocked out power to thousands of homes from Colorado to Minnesota where a state of emergency is declared. I didn't expect to whether Kate so quickly slippery the buses living around late. Poor storm now threatening already swollen rivers in at least fourteen states amid flood warnings, including Nebraska along the Missouri river where dozens of miles of roadway still impassable from the storm and rapid snow melt two weeks

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"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Good news this morning for flooding on the Missouri river, we get an update from came Alexis. Maria, Keno, national weather service hydrologist Mark fuse improvement on the Missouri. River in terms of the probabilities of significant flooding, and that will translate into improvement on the Mississippi at mill price, Grafton, downstream at San Luis. Listen further downstream towards Chester and the reason for the improvement spring fling. Outlook for the Missouri. River at the time that was put out there was significant snowpack on the ground across much of Iowa. And Nebraska that feeds the Missouri river since then, that's no pack has been eliminated. All that snow melted. And we had a historic floods just south of Omaha and then along the Missouri river towards Saint Joseph adds wants this spring flood outlook as issued there should be lower probabilities of significant flooding on the Missouri river, of course, it's all contingent on just how much rain we get in this spring Maria canine, NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox while soccer supporters are being urged to what Major League Soccer. No, they'd like a team in Saint Louis. Another local entity is urging you to let their major league. No you want one of their events here that entity is gateway motorsports park in the major league is the NASCAR Cup series track. Owner Colonel Francois says with NASCAR talking race realignment next year. He's doing everything he candlelit officials know, the track is ready, and he encourages fans to let them know. They already it's an important thing that we show that we really want a Cup date here, and we're working hard on it. The track is prepared for it. We've got a brand new surface out there to race on in really is just not paternity for Saint Louis to shine. Francois tells toll information AM weekend the bomb automotive group five hundred Indy-Car race at gateway has been a huge success in its first two years and will continue growing Brian Kelly. Newsradio eleven twenty K A Molex. This is Carol Daniels. There are pushes the city of that words Ville wants you to take a walk. That story is next. We'll get to that at five twenty.

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Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri

When Radio Was

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri

"Police record flooding along the Missouri. River has prompted concerns over the safety of the drinking water for Kansas City residents, Casey, water communications and outreach manager. Brooke givens says they haven't found any safety issues with the drinking water so far but extra small particles in river water can change its flavor and odor. Not found bacterial organisms. Anything harmful. We believe the water. It's

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Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri

Radiolab

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri

"News. The missouri. River has crested and it's starting to recede. But that doesn't mean problems are over for people in parts of Missouri, and Kansas SAM's f for member station. K C, you are has more the flood is caused water quality problems in Kansas City. The water department says the high river is making it harder to filter out a tiny parasite the city says it's not an emergency and technicians are adjusting filtration, but people with compromised immune systems, the elderly and parents with infants might want to use bottled water. The national weather service says the Missouri will slowly recede, but won't be below flood stage for a day or two the flooding has closed major highways in northwest, Missouri. A busy bridge between Missouri, and Kansas and shutdown Amtrak's river runner between Kansas City and Saint Louis

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Air Force 'Flood Protection Project' is a little too late

Business Talk with Jim Campbell

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Air Force 'Flood Protection Project' is a little too late

"It seems a flood protection project at a US air force base in Nebraska will be coming a little too late to help this year. Here's more from USA radio's Rick Vincent reporting from Omaha. Missouri. River water managers were just a few weeks away. From starting a long-awaited thirty million dollar project to raise the two loves closest air force base, Nebraska. When the epic Nebraska flood of twenty nine nineteen blew up their plans. The board of the Papillon was really river natural resources district the regional watershed manager. Gave a final to the plants last month. Then came the flood about a third of the air force base was flooded. At one point two thousand miles of state highways were shut down by flooding. That's now down to a few hundred miles Lieutenant map center with the state patrol reminds motorists that has waters recede. They could still be dangerous. Having some standing water on the roadways. We're trying to assess it the roads are still intact underneath that water. So anytime you see that standing water never a good idea to drive on that. Because what we're discovering when the water is receding

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Missouri River flooding forces evacuation of 7,500 from waterfront city

The World

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Missouri River flooding forces evacuation of 7,500 from waterfront city

"So in bay cases, for example, you can't see where the channel the river supposed to be I was flying with the vice president on Tuesday when he came to our states, and I couldn't tell where the Missouri. River was supposed to be where Nebraska ended in Iowa started the Alcorn river looks like the Missouri river Norway, does it was just really starting to see that much water coming for our state all the same time. How how have conditions changed? The last few days. Well, water levels are beginning to drop. And that's the good news. So people are able to get back to their homes and starts to clean up and recovery process. We had several cities that were isolated Fremont Nebraska. For example, was really you. Couldn't get there by road for about forty eight hours. And so now people can drive to and from Fremont the city. Columbus was a peninsula. That's gotten better Waterloo was an community that was isolated. We can get there now by road. So with these water what was dropping. We're seeing more people going returning to their homes the number of people in our shelters is going down. But they're still going to be a long road to clean up left ahead of us. Tell us who is is feeling the toll of this the most I mean, we've just seen and we've spoken about what the farmers are dealing with. They give us the bigger picture there. Yeah. Absolutely. So certainly, our farmers and ranchers are feeling a lot of the damage here. We estimate about four hundred million dollars in cal- caslow says about four hundred and forty million dollars in crop loss. We've had over two thousand homes over three hundred and forty businesses damage probably about eighty five million dollars worth of homes and businesses damage, and then our infrastructure has really taken a lot of the about four hundred thirty nine million dollars. We think there at one point twenty percent of our roads were impacted our state highways that is and we still got two hundred miles of highways that will not be usable sex and just to give your listeners an impact here is eighty five over eighty five percent of our counties have declared emergency this like I said, it's the most widespread and and governor how long is it gonna take for things to get back to normal. Well, this is gonna take many months to recover from it. You know, these major projects like the rose. I mentioned we've got sixteen bridges out. This is all gonna get take time to to fix. We want to move as quickly as possible. And that's why our team works very quickly with FEMA to get a disaster declaration in place. We were able to submit a data. That's our declaration on Tuesday. And people got to the White House very quickly. And we got the disaster declaration yesterday. So that will help us by tapping into his resources resources both public and individuals system. And I know the resilience Nebraska people here, we've got a pro drive going on right now to raise money called the Brassica strong. We're gonna rebuild even bigger and better than before. And we'll get through this together. Governor we are thinking of you and all the people affected by this this flooding this terrible inundation that you you've been

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Missouri River towns face deluge as floods move downstream

BBC World Service

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Missouri River towns face deluge as floods move downstream

"Plots with Nebraska city of about sixty five hundred with its redbrick courthouse in century old main street sits near the confluence of the platinum Missouri rivers so it seen floods before. Until now the worst was twenty eleven when the Missouri climbed ten feet above its banks city administrator, Irv Portis said the city reacted and tried to plan ahead. We made some repairs in two thousand eleven based on that floor floods historic Christian. Guess what? We're on Saturday the Missouri crested at a new record fourteen. Eighteen feet above flood stage plots myths now getting water from nearby rural district, but that's only about one third. It's normal use and like many communities, including the city of Omaha. Its sewage is flowing untreated into the river Thursday from a muddy Bank on what used to be east main street officials guided a boat out onto the swollen river passed a few trailer homes that somehow stayed put while a dozen others washed away most residents evacuated in time. But one woman had to be rescued reaching the water plant plant operator, Bryan, Wagner describes what the floodwaters have done. We've got

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"missouri river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Israel. I President Trump made the decision to recognize that that hard-fought real estate that important place is proper to be a sovereign part of the state of Israel. President Trump made a bold decision to recognize that an important decision for the people of Israel will truly be historic and the people Israel should know that the battles. They fought the lives that they lost on that very ground worthy and meaningful and important for all time. Now the administration's been considering recognizing Israel sovereignty over the strategic highlands, which Israel captured from Syria in nineteen sixty seven and Netanyahu had pressed that matter with Pompeo just a day earlier, Missouri. Governor Mike Carson declared a state of emergency Thursday following flooding that left several people stranded and continues to cause damage strain levies and several midwest states Parsons actions will allow state agencies to work directly with local officials responding to the flooding. The Missouri river has swelled following heavy rains and snow melt earlier this month, the flooding has claimed three lives damaged thousands of homes and busted about twenty levees in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. A President Trump on Thursday also approved Nebraska's Rick. Quest for federal disaster assistance. Well, officials have lifted an order to remain indoors after several readings showed air quality at improve near scorched petrochemical storage facility and suburban Houston. City officials endear park lifted that order Thursday afternoon reopened roads around the intercontinental terminals company. That's where fire burned for the previous three days, and they say several state and other agencies will continue to monitor the air after elevated levels of benzene were detected early Thursday, prompting that's shelter in place. Plus ability of vapor escaping is one. We accounted for just as the possibility of flare ups. That's why we've kept intense monitoring in place all throughout the night. And since yesterday, we caught benzine vapor immediately early this morning and our plan. Was activated executed as designed local officials and all of our partners are taking steps to make sure our community is informed and to make sure our community is safe. The product escaped from the phone blanket that was in place. There's not much wind right now, which is keeping everything in.

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Entire Missouri town evacuated as historic flooding rages on

Investor's Edge

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

Entire Missouri town evacuated as historic flooding rages on

"Emergency officials urging people in western Missouri now to leave their homes as the Missouri river swells to what forecasters say we'll be its third highest crest ever today.

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"missouri river" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"With General Motors. Get that plan to open or sell it to somebody and they'll open it. Everybody wants it sell it to somebody or. Open. It yourself. Get it going now, and the UAW will help you Trump is paid close attention to the Lordstown plant the president one Ohio on the twenty sixteen election and the state will likely play a key role in his re-election campaign. GM has said it will work with the union to determine the fate of the clothes plant Aisha. Roscoe NPR news, the White House Wall Street stocks closed mostly lower the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred and forty-one points. You're listening to NPR news. Minnesota's providing army national guard troops and a helicopter support flood response operations in Nebraska until emergency conditions, there ease snow melt and rainfall have led to massive flooding. That's blamed for at least three deaths in Nebraska and Iowa. Emergency officials in Iowa say flood waters are receding in the southwestern part of the state allowing communities along the swollen Missouri river to begin focusing on cleanup and recovery. A federal appeals panel has granted Idaho's request to postpone. Sex reassignment surgery for St. inmate as Amanda teacher with the mountain. West news bureau reports the prisoners case now awaits a decision from the ninth circuit quarterback appeals inmate. Adrienne MO is diagnosed with gender dis fauria and has been on hormone treatments while in prison. She's twice attempted to castrate herself without success. Her lawyers argue that denying her sex reassignment surgery constitutes cruel and unusual punishment the state. Eight of argues that gender confirmation injury is not medically necessary. When Admiral one in district court, the judge ordered the state to provide her the surgery by mid June. But now the appeals court is signing with the state, which argued it shouldn't move forward with the procedure until the appeal is decided the ninth circuit is scheduled to hear arguments in Maine, if prevails she'll be the first transgender inmate to receive sex reassignment surgery through court order for NPR news. I'm Amanda feature. British Prime Minister Theresa may is asking the European Union to give her country more time to win parliament's approval for an exit agreement Britain is scheduled to leave the EU in two weeks. This is NPR news in Washington support.

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Repairing levees damaged by Midwest flooding could cost billions

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Repairing levees damaged by Midwest flooding could cost billions

"Corps of engineers took to the air to get a look at the flooding at Hamburg, Iowa what they saw stunned up the entire town of six hundred homes covered in water. Major General Scott Spillman. What did you see on your side assessment system that was overwhelmed so this this levee system was conducted built back in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties and it's completely inundated. According to the army corps, two hundred miles of levees across four states were compromised by this flooding, repairing them could cost billions since the levees failed is that failure and design or are. We seeing a weather system that we haven't seen before in this part of the base in this weather system that we have not seen before Hamburg is six miles from the Missouri river, so minor flooding is common. This is not this an flooding. This is something mouth Hamburg built a secondary. Levy before a major flood in two thousand eleven it kept this area. Dry problem is the army corps of engineers asked them to lower it to five feet high to meet federal regulations, and this flood was

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Flooding will go on in storm-ravaged U.S. Midwest

Glenn Beck

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Flooding will go on in storm-ravaged U.S. Midwest

"Has been a ton of flooding in the middle of the country. We've got one little storm system. Now moving across the Mississippi River that is. Going to add to some areas that have seen flooding a lot the last five or six days. Here's what we're looking at still flooding along the Missouri river still flooding along the Mississippi River, a lot of snow still in the upper midwest in some cases as much as two feet, and that is going to be turning into water because the temperatures are getting warmer. Spring like weather is just around the

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"missouri river" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Flooding and Missouri rivers overflowing its banks after heavy recent snow and rain or kind of winner. Hurricane called a bomb. Cyclone that slammed into the farm belt last week. Doug, and Eric Albert's are trying to round up the surviving hawks on their nine acre farm in Fremont, Nebraska. There aren't many. We probably lost right at seven hundred head. How many do you think you've been able to save fourteen the father and son worked for three years to build this business, then a few days ago, the water came what did it look like when you saw it coming in? I looked down that way and was about a three foot wall. One hundred foot wide just flowing over the road within minutes seven feet of water covered. They're far CBS has Don daler in Nebraska and neighboring Iowa half of that state's ninety nine counties are under states of emergency. As are parts of Nebraska and Wisconsin in south eastern Africa. There's an even greater weather related emergency disaster. One of the worst ever by the UN and Margot Vander Velden World Food Program director of emergencies case in completely broken infrastructure. Severely damaged babe. But also all the roads through bear. I've been cut off by cyclone winds and floods affecting more than two and a half million people Donald Trump versus John McCain a very public feud continuing way past the death of the longtime. Arizona Senator the Oval Office sitting alongside the president of Brazil, President Trump was asked why he's recently gone after John McCain seven months after the late senator's death very unhappy that he repeal and replace Mr. Trump called McCain's vote to oppose ObamaCare repeal disgraceful. He then said there are other things last weekend on Twitter, the press referred to McCain's handling of the Christopher Steele dossier. The Senator turned it over to the FBI. I was never a fan of John McCain and never will be Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House. San Francisco jury finds Monsanto's roundup weed killer to a been a substantial factor in a California man's cancer. CBS news legal analyst pain Rosenbaum. This is now the second case in less than a year in. Which a jury found that this chemical agent manufactured by Monsanto causes cancer in human beings. There's a second phase of this trial to determine whether Monsanto is liable for damages, and if so how much those damages should be if the jury returns, a verdict, finding Monsanto liable hundreds of these cases against the company will probably get settled rather than go to trial funeral starting a New Zealand after the recent mosque massacre that took fifty lives. This is CBS news capitol one quicksilver card earn unlimited one point five percent cashback on every purchase everywhere. That's all. There is to just unlimited one point five percent cashback on everything you buy.

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"missouri river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"First News continues on this nineteen th day of March. Vice President Mike Pence heads to the midwest today. That's where late winter flooding has compromised about two hundred miles of Missouri river, levees and four mid western states. The US army corps of engineers says levies that have been topped or breached in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas contributed to flooding. That's forced hundreds of people from their homes. Three deaths. Have been blamed on floodwaters to men in Nebraska been missing since Thursday. The national weather service said river levels have topped off along the Missouri. River at Omaha Nebraska as well as several Missouri. River tributaries in Nebraska. Several Illinois towns face flooding from the late winter deluge that's ravaged the midwestern states, readings show major flooding along the along well at sherline, Illinois, I should say along the rock river in the Rockford area as well. And then now you have sandbags North Dakota's largest city declaring an emergency Fargo mayor, Tim Mahoney. Asking residents to help fill one million sandbags that has the city prepared for a major Red River flooding the west that not out of it yet. Well, contra contrary to the views of most economists. The Trump administration expects the US economy to keep booming over the next decade that on the strength of further tax cuts released regulation and improvements to infrastructure. The annual report from President Trump's economic council forecast that the economy will expand brisk three point two percent this year, and it's still healthy two point eight percent a decade from now that is much faster than the Federal Reserve's long-run run forecast of. One point nine percent annual economic growth twenty twenty democratic candidate Amy klobuchar said former vice president Joe Biden, we'll have to explain what he called his most progressive record by made the slip up over the weekend. When he was talking about running. He said he had the most progressive record of anybody running. But he has yet to announce the closure who has officially announce told CNN that Biden will have to prove it here is Senator klobuchar in her own words, speaking CNN. He has been running things for a long time as a Senator..

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400 Homes Under Water in Nebraska Flooding

The WB Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

400 Homes Under Water in Nebraska Flooding

"In Nebraska up to four hundred homes and cabins are under water in an area known as Hanson's lake part of off at air force base near Omaha is underwater. People in parts of Fremont county. Iowa are being vaccinated national weather service meteorologist Melissa bird is downstream from the Nebraska, I will flooding all Tutu's snow melt upstream as well. As past couple of weeks of heavy rainfall across our region to death of being framed on the floods flooding along the Missouri. River is playing havoc with Amtrak schedules.

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"missouri river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"missouri river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Tom Foty. A new week starts down under. New Zealand morning. The fifty victims of last week's mass shootings and moving to make such mass shootings tougher to carry out. Correspondent Steve Futterman is in Christ Church. The prime minister said she and her cabinet agree. There will be changes to New Zealand gun laws. We are of one mind we absolutely United as a kid. But what will those changes be just into our? During would not say are still someday tell that needs to be worked through I want to do that. But still move as quickly as we can the key question that will include a ban on semiautomatic weapons. Like the ones used in the attack the prime minister was asked she did not give an answer. Steve futterman. CBS news Christ's church. New Zealand and auto Europe to Paris, the focus of the search for answers to last week's Ethiopian Airlines jet crash in which all one hundred fifty seven people aboard died. Investigators have now finished their work on the black boxes and they managed to successfully download both all. The audio from the cockpit voice recorder and all of the data from the flight data recorder. They handed both sets of data over to the investigators who will continue it. So effectively be as work here in France is over CBS news correspondent, Elaine Cobb. The opium transport minister says preliminary information from the flight data recorder shows clear similarities with an earlier disaster involving the same kind of Boeing jet in Indonesia in this country. Recent storms have left heavy rainfall and snow melt across several midwestern states, the Missouri river hit record high levels in many areas. Seventeen locations across Nebraska has a few communities that are basically. In one of those is they twenty six thousand population city called Fremont. And they're basically cut off Mike white with Nebraska emergency management in Iowa, the Missouri. River reach more than thirty feet in Fremont county to feed above the record set in twenty eleven another day, another democratic presidential hopeful New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand officially launching a produce social media video.

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Missouri, Missouri River And Mike White discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri, Missouri River And Mike White discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Reports flooding in seventeen locations and more is expected in the next forty eight hours rivers lead into the Missouri river, which is our eastern border of our state all of those rivers, including the Missouri. Have reached historic crest spokesman, Mike white. We have to known talent. And we have a third where the individual is still missing Merlin beam was rescued from his cabin near Omaha. I was scared. I was petrified. You know, I didn't know what was faster what's coming up. The flooding is the result of recent heavy rain and the rapid melting of snow a nuclear plant in Nebraska is under threat. But so far it's still operating. There are more floods in south western Iowa where evacuations are ongoing as levies are breached, Kansas and Missouri are also bracing for flooding in the

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"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Vigilantes violence on the frontier By eighteen twenty one twenty four US states have been established the population is something. Around nine point six billion country's border expands to the Missouri river and beyond, that border by so, fast western territory of wilderness shrouded in myth Khatri requires extrordinary man One of the greatest duties Is this the first, come over land in California He's. The first known person to cross the Sierra Nevada the first man to recognize the significance of the south past Smith discoveries beyond the Missouri surpassed though was even Lewis and Clark Here's Jim hardy director the Trade Research center Jedidiah Smith and particularly his. Trails we wouldn't have had an Oregon trail we wouldn't have had, a, gold rush because the roots. To California Oregon wouldn't it be there yet Smith embodies the character. Of America frontier grid, work it individualism survival Jedidiah strong. Smith his born the fourth of twelve children on January six seventeen, ninety,.

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"missouri river" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The driver exit the vehicle income ashore a second female could be seen by officers on the roof of the dodgers it floated in the river an officer entered the chilly missouri river to help the second woman get the solid ground pierre fire chief iin paul says fire and rescue units were dispatched to the west shore of lafron boys island with the bathwater moving fire the island of vehicle at appeared could be driving toward the island may have feared off stomach fan ended up in the water with a report of a couple of people in the vehicle with i am luckily the both uh occupant of the vehicle able to exit and get to shore rescue with called out along with the theme boat with their dived team there and also johnny toying they're able to according to the vehicle and uh bring a backup car onshore all says rescue did not have to brave the chilly waters of the missouri to get the vehicle out that fell on the scale of a local dime shopping free we have a pretty good grew our steamboat who does the recovery side of things as far as water recovery's uh when it comes to vehicles and things of that nature so we are able to get a hold of them and they were on themes within minutes and were able to get a diver in the water and in hook on with a cable from johnny's vehicle from towing vehicle and though they're able to work in tandem and pull the vehicle out jones says witness statements in the investigation led to the arrest of both women the driver 23yearold simone roberto goal of chamberlain is charged with first defence de why and ingesting substance to become intoxicated the passenger twenty five old contests a flurry of pierre is charged with ingesting and is detained on a parole violation rabbani go in flurry were transported to a virus st mary's hospital in pierre for evaluation then take into the hughes county jail no serious injuries were reported the city of pierre is moving forward with a feasibility study regarding the construction of.

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"missouri river" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on Unfilter

"Revealed to share imphal on those protesters with prosecutors facebook is being occassion revealing detailed information on a creeper decay to access pipeline activist new all maho facebook is cooperating revealing information on people that they've collected dakota access pipeline activist team prosecutors that's according to documents obtained by the online news site the intercepts while offering executive order from president trump the pipeline is set to be expanded across native american land and pass underneath the missouri river the activists organized to protest against it net facebook page and around one hundred indigenous people broke traffic on a freeway there you go slaves do not protest organizers over facebook don't use twitter don't use google plus ditching is people broke traffic on a freeway for bags and our but later pace screw dispersed arrests were made lego prosecutor their local local prosecuted twice sort information on this great from these social media site according to documents facebook apparently help them get a warrant approved through the department of justice activists tina mckim thinks it was part of a deliberate effort to scare supporters away i'm not going to dignify that will not just this warrants attempt to scare people from all the nizing this weren't attempts to scare people from even looking at information while journalists meyer on jiri he does report on issues of native american americans thing facebook violates the protesters constitutional rights yeah yeah undo surveillance fourth amendment buddy hours not called undo surrounds but it's a fourthminute so it's creepy.

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"missouri river" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Ground zero with glide lewis on use radio six den and welcome back to coast to coast georgian ori with you we've got some big foot callers from last hour that are still on the line too but we got off the lines for you for the next hour and a half and don't forget thomas taking your texts and tweets as well so let us pick it up by going to bruce and rapid city south dakota bruce welcomed the program i joined either i'm from western south before down and that's west of the missouri river are still on the line too but we got off the line for you for the next hour and a half and don't forget thomas taking your texts and tweets as well so let us pick it up i going to bruce and rapid city south dakota bruce welcomed the program i george either i'm from western south dakota that's west of the missouri river okay and i i believe in big foot i have heard too many stories met too many people that have had incidences with them to not believe em teddy roosevelt wrote about people in libya's up around new town north dakota there south and west of new town bluebeard's are and they see one with a horse and buggy i have thought feel man that was trying to fill one in the grande river area with indian guide and the indian guy got scared and then made a noise and scared of the law i met a guy at a stalk show and we were talking about honey and he's a predator caller and he called one up in the black hills and m another die and his friend won't go hunting with.

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"missouri river" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on KELO

"Suit falls areas looking at uh pleasant sunday afternoon with mostly sunny skies and a high near fifty seven degrees with southwest winds at about five to ten miles per hour was clear skies will continue for the evening and the overnight hours as temperatures fall to thirty three every monday mostly sunny skies and very warm with a high near 68 degrees with twin that about ten to twenty miles per hour protocol and locked up or hd stormcenter time brian smith give us an hour and we'll tell you everything we know fascinating talk shows a roundtheclock kelo newstalk 1320 1079 america's number one show on pop culture and politics this is thumb michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on lawns green earth enduringly one of the aspects of america's greatness that is unique is our span jim one ocean to another all the way across a gigantic continent but back in the time of the civil war that continent had a great emptiness in between the states that plus stirred all to the east of the missouri river and then those two states that had already been admitted to the union that clung to the pacific coast oregon and california nevada not yet and the state of washington didn't become a state and delayed tin eighty nine so basically there was a tremendous drive on the part of visionary politicians including president abraham lincoln who once he became president obviously was preoccupied with saving the union and uh uh being slavery but he never lost sight of his grand dream of building a continental railroad that you needed to build a railroad across all that empty vast nece and you needed to build it in order to connect to continent and to make it one nation and that's the subject of this great project connecting the continent our special program the golden.

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"missouri river" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Mrc line bridge over the missouri river at chamber lent it has not been beck did sense probably the i think we were saying you'll probably the '70s and we had the opportunity as a railroad board in as a part of the dot group to uh be able to utilize existing inspection uh resources that were doing the interstate ninety bridge oh you know half mile or not even that about five hundred yards upstream eaten says they don't expect any issues with the bread should riverbed as a changing it just basically the current goes through uh so do i have the expectation of any issues not at all we just want to do it for due diligence to make sure all the stuff was there and and just make sure just just for peace of mind rail traffic began moving across the bridge following the rebuilding of the line from chamberlain to cana beck lee federal indian health service agency is defending a contract in awarded to a company whose c e l formerly led a firm that paid ten million dollars to settle allegations of submitting false claims to government health programs the agency awarded a contract in september two arizonabased tribal emergency medicine to potentially run the emergency department at ihs hospitals in south dakota north dakota and nebraska company ceo john shut feld previously led next care incorporated a multistage chain of urgent care clinics the company paid ten million dollars in 2012 to settle allegations by a former employee alleging next care conducted unnecessary tests on patients and submitted false claims to government programs including medicare and medicaid ihs as xu fell to end tribal em are art listed by the federal government as ineligible for conducting business with the harvest of roe crops in south dakota continues to remain well behind the average pace the latest crop report from the federal agriculture department says there was considerable advancement in the soybean harvest over the past week but rain in the west central and northern regions stopped harvest for many farmers late in the week and the government accountability task force of these south dakota legislature debated a number of proposals relating the campaign financing at their meeting in pierre monday senator craig kennedy of yanked in backed a.

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"missouri river" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"missouri river" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The family if we did this he said he would be honoured and then i wrote him the story the first time i wrote that story i wrote a to a roosevelt wow house special is that it you're making this up jim this can't this is too good this is too good if if someone wants to if someone wants to come to montana and they only have a week they only have seven days where do they need to go well depends whether you're the fisher are the hunter fishermen let's do that if your fishermen you want to catch the salmon fly hatch of late june and probably the early morning early early july hatch the rivers you'd want to fish are the big black foot if the headwaters of the mer missouri are colored with high water from the spring runoff you can always go the missouri river below canyon fairy of older and houser dams worry who got a big stretch of the river that all the sediment that is out of it in all seasons the bitter routes another group great river and the least pork at the little piddly the something you gotta find by yourself and i could see it in your face to give that went up it adds a little bit the little black foot river and if you're a bird hotter a lotta seasons open up in september you can on hands sharp tales sage routes in september as it's known open up until october our thanks second week in october something like that i would recommend you delay come a little lighter not only is that give you another species but those sneaky little rattlesnakes that you have up here are are put up a little bit better in late october them they are in september wells that this is the least fatal of all rattlesnakes the prairie rattlers they're not very aggressive in their relatively small compared to what you guys can grow down texas and so i think you're reasonably safe guy but let me tell you a heart attack comes from an eighteen edge snake just like it does from a thirty six suicide good morning this jim d'oro with offduty armory here's what our second amendment says a wellregulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state the right of the.

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