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"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

"Woman was shot in the leg on the Ohio State University campus Saturday. It happened outside, drink or haul around 5 30 that was just after the Ohio State football game ended. The victim is in stable condition, and police are looking for two suspects. No injuries reported after a student was robbed early yesterday on the S U. Campus. Police say the victim told officers that happened around three a.m. in front of the CPS on North High Street. Four men reportedly approached him. One of them grabbed the victim and told him he was armed. The victim said the man got away with his cell phone and some credit cards at Cleveland Firefighter had injuries in a very large house fire Saturday morning Cleveland fire posted on Twitter that one firefighter was injured Saturday morning in a 2 to 2 alarm fire on Dow's Avenue north of Leicester in the second Battalion area. Three houses were involved in the fire. Two people were inside. They weren't injured. This was a pretty big fire. Cleveland fire says The second alarm brought a total of 60 firefighters at the scene. No cause for that fire. I'm Tom Moore. An eight year old girl is dead following a vehicle crash in Toledo Saturday, police said happened shortly before 10 A.m. when the vehicle's driver, 37 year old woman crashed through the gates of the Craig Memorial Bridge as it was being raised over the mommy River. The child was declared dead at the scene. State health officials are advising beachgoers to stay out of Lake Erie today if you're headed for Mommy Bay State Park this due to a Health Department advisory, which reports high levels of micro system in the area late last month. This is the first advisory related to harmful algae blooms in the area so far this summer, and apparently there is a festival for just about everyone. 1000 skunk lovers from as far away as Florida and California, gathered in North Ridgeville Saturday to celebrate their pets, the domesticated skunks They're sent sacks have been removed. And Missy Jackson. We knew the latest trending stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on news radio 6 10. W. T V. N Hey, Washington, D C. We all missed the cheers Tears in the touchdowns. The excitement of the last second field goal to.

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"mommy bay" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"Vehicles. Maybe yeah especially this time of year. You see so many people driving around in a jeep and even if it's their first trip to ohio that gps has been here before natan tweet ohio all the gps and that's an incredible thing that we certainly take pride in some of the things you'll find some unique things that you'll find across the state the g. plant here that makes airplane engines and the all the footballs for the nfl. Created at the wilson. Football factory in ada Detours as well. We really have a heritage in the manufacturing side that still flows right over into so many of the tourism things that people like to do that you know and as a jeep boehner. I have to say that the thai is really is really fun. And i can't wait to get my jeep back in ohio very soon now. Tanya prater has tuned in and tanya actually isn't ohio and she has a trips in ohio group and website and she says. I love ohio. State parks stayed in many. I'm looking forward to exploring more this summer. Can you tell us a little bit more about ohio state parks and kind of the experience. People might find absolutely the most popular park in the state is the hockey hills and it's been ranked as the top state park in the united states. It has incredible waterfalls and caves old man's cave on the main areas that people go to the little ends and cabins. That are all around. It are what began so popular lately. In fact that's one of those that you probably want to plan out a couple of months because it's it's filling up quickly in the hockey hills area of the state and that's south of columbus out an hour. You'll also find what my family enjoys. All these ledges all these cliffs nelson kennedy ledges state park in the northeast side of the state has where you can walk through caverns and there's rock formations. That are four or five stories tall. And you're going through on top of below just incredible experience and that's nelson kennedy ledges state park in northeast ohio And then when you get out into the northwest side of the state. It's a much ladder area. And it's a long way kyrie when you get to the real north toledo. The industrial area on mommy bay state park is incredible and known for birdwatching. Especially this time year. The migration of birds many of them that are going to get into they stop along lake erie on the ohio side before making that flight over the laken people come from all the to watch warblers and another incredible birds right there. Mommy bay state park now. One thing that people might not associate with ohio but that you have plenty of is islands. We do the the lake. Erie lens to us a fun. Very fun island. That's known for its restaurants and his live music. Aken a good time. And that's put in bay on south bass island then. There's also a very a little more casual a very enjoyable kelley's island that has Some credible beaches right people don't often think about islands and beaches in ohio but Right there on long lake erie and you can take. The jet express is a giant catamaran. You can pay to get on and that'll take you to put island or kelly's island in. You can go from portland oregon dusky. That's a great fun experience that i know my family looks to at least once every year just talking to you makes me realize how much more effort i should have been making in the past gets ohio and the fact that i'm probably going to like you said return and return and return again. Ohio has a very robust website. It's very easy to explore by category by interest by location and of course people can view the current ohio travel guide and they can also order a print copy online at ohio dot org. So can you tell people a little bit more about what they're going to find at the website and things they might want to click through on. Yeah thanks jody. I certainly encourage you to hide it oregon ordinary free twenty twenty one. I'll travel guide. It'll show you our road trips. It'll have more details on the food and honor state parks. We've talked about here and really help you plan that next trip Also at ohio dot org. You'll find a link through to our road trips. We talked about a few here. But there's a ten perfect road trips listed at ohio dot. Org everything from our scenic route road trip to that rock and ride. We talked about to a new charming towns or a drip l. Take you through the best rural areas in the state also ohio dot. You're gonna find information about some of the events we have coming up including six professional golf events happening between may and august univ- august in ohio starts with the memorial tournament in columbus and ends with the solheim cup in toledo the find more information about that on ohio dot org Really thousands of things to do in ohio. You can find it here. We look forward to having everyone. Who's watching the podcast. Go to plan their next ohio trip matt. Thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate it. I am so glad. I had the opportunity to talk with you and and hear more about ohio i just. I can't wait to visit. Well thank you for so much me on the show and you're welcome anytime and over and over again jodi..

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"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

"Continues after this news traffic whether sports Columbus is news radio 16. And W TVN. Welcome back to our Ohio Weekly anti Higgins Earlier this summer, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration pegged the severity of the algal bloom on Lake Erie at a 4.5 on a scale of 10 1 of the smaller forecast in recent years. Final data to calculate the official bloom sighs won't be released until later this year. But one researcher says the original guests will be close. Chris Winslow is director of the Ohio State University's Ohio See Grant College program, Dr Winslow Thanks for being on the show this week. Absolutely pleasure. So earlier this summer, the algal bloom forecast from Noah for Lake area came in at 4.5. How close do you think will be to that number Given what we've seen so far. Yeah. I mean, it wouldn't surprise me. If that's an accurate forecast A CZ that tool has been for the last handful years. They don't actually know it won't actually take all the data across the year and really address whether they hit the forecast spot on or not. But based on the bi weekly reports, I get of where the bloom is at and where it's moving. Um, it has been a relatively small bloom on and so that's that's good here. We in a year where You know, some of our travel restrictions have been in play. It's nice to be able to go to a lake in social distance and enjoy that resource. So it has been a light blowing you How would you summarize the bloom activity So far? Yes, the most. I would say most of the communities that are being impacted by the bloom this year is right around Mommy Day between you know Toledo and Mommy Bay State Park. Then because of the wind directions that we've seen this year. A lot of it has been held up against the Miss Michigan shoreline. And so I would say it has really pretty much been relegated to right around. You know, the Mummy River that day and a little bit west of that up along the machine shoreline and a little bit south east of that, but again, mild relative to some of our previous years. Mentioned how the forecast has been pretty on point for most of the years. It's hard to believe because the past few years the weather patterns have been pretty sporadic. We had a wet spring in 19, you know, mostly dry for the northwest part of the state this year in the spring. Does that help or hurt your research efforts? What? What the variability and whether Does that makes it difficult for the academics in the agencies to communicate. You know, the successes we've had been trying to address her flogged blooms is that the size of the bloom is really driven by how wet that spring is so basically the first of March a day in July. And so if you have a dry year, people that engage with the lake, you know, feel like, hey, the problems Khan and nothing's here and then, in those wet years, you get a big bloom and advice says, You know what the heck have we been doing? Where's our progress? So the wedding spring years I'm sort of the wet and dry years. Definitely impact that size of the bloom, but you need to look at the bloom over a decade or more to really figure out. Are we making progress from, you know, addressing wastewater treatment plant and septic tanks, you know, run off from from the landscape will suburban urban areas and then also, you know the runoff from our agricultural lands, and so The variability. What it does is it just makes people that live along the lake and recreate on the lake, you know, not know what to expect every year. Um, but from the scientists perspective, it's It's absolutely what we expect to see. Want to talk to you about the waste water and sewage control structures in a bit, But you mentioned agriculture's Let's start there. You know, we have mentioned the ever changing weather and its impacts on the intensity. The algal Bloom. How does research show how much progress is being made by best management practices being used on farms in the watershed? You know, there's always has to be a control, right? But the weather certainly isn't that. So how do you gauge if we're making progress on the agriculture front or not? Yes, I would say we've made a lot of progress on the agricultural affront from one specific perspective. And that is the best management practices. So the recommendations we make tea growers about you know when to use cover crops When not you want to put trial or tile drain control structures in place, you know? Ah, how big should above her stripped me where should be placed in Corporation of fertilizer? We're seeing a lot of great data come back from from experiments run on those very applications. And so every day that goes by our academics and other agencies, air learning when one BMP works, and when it doesn't which landscapes or better shooted for that versus others, So I think the greatest progress we're seeing is being able to Inform farmers. When you want to be engaged in placing being peace, and a lot of our farmers are many of them. Just want to know which which practice is best for them. That's the biggest progress that I feel like we're making a cz you've seen in your onions has probably seen you know the models that come out on. You know, we just need this 40% reduction in and phosphorous entering, you know, Lake Erie from the Mommy River. Come to get to that point. We need to have just huge adoption rates across the watershed and and we're not quite at those numbers yet. And so it's hard for a year to year basis to say. Where are we? In terms of that? 40% reduction are we 20% are we 30% Have we not moved it all. It's hard to do that assessment right now. So when people ask me, are we doing the right things? From a research perspective. It's hard to tell at the full watershed scale, but I can tell you we're learning a lot about what to tell farmers to do a cz they as they work their farms. Dr. Chris Winslow is director of the Ohio State University's Ohio See Grant College program. Our guest this week on our Ohio Weekly. There are some new initiatives being done in the name of water quality, including Governor DeWine's H to Ohio program. How does Dr Winslow see that programme fitting into Ohio's water quality efforts? I'll ask him coming up. Putting together in a state plan is a great idea, and the success of that plan hinges on how well those plans were communicated before they need to be implemented. Kelly Break Field. Mohr is an attorney with right and Maura and Kelly, making sure everyone's on the same page is key. When it comes to a succession plan. Yes, we do have a family here, and one of those questions is as we sit around table do I share this playing with our Children? There could be multiple answers to that, But I have found that if the parents have shared the plan with the Children It makes for a lot easier Administration of emotionally and physically easier administration but a really tough conversation to have because some of those expectations are high, right. I say it's easy for me to say all this right, But for Mom and dad to really sit down with the family and share that plan, there's a hard decisions to make for Mom and dad have the equitable versus equal issue that's hard to sit down and say We're not treating you all right? Well, here's our plan, and we will say among that, you know if we need to be at that table and had that conversation, look at us, maybe as the there and and help ease some of those fears and answer those questions for those Children that may be uneasy about the plan. We can be the bad guys. We tell Mom, Dad that we could beat the bad guys saying, you know, this is how it is. Are. This needs to be more spattering charge and this is the plan. We can give them generalisations of housing. Former world do play out somewhere. So we always talk on the fact that that moment actually playing together and have a ball about it that way so long that here they're putting into this.

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"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

"On guitar, Ohio Secretary of State Franklin Rose in studio tonight, along with Colin Caste or from 77, and that's not a coincidence that these guests are here. But if there's a specific initiative going on, so for those that they have not caught the beginning of the show, Frank if he would go ahead, recap what the How and the Why of what's going on? We're calling it raise a glass to democracy. We're partnering with the Ohio Craft Brewing Association and 48 Breweries and the number's growing all the time. 48 Breweries all around Ohio. They're helping us do something simple, but important were promoting voter registration. As you know, there's this little election coming up in a few months, right? And we need Ohioans to know that if you want to have your voice heard, and we need you to have your voice heard, you've got to be registered and that starts at photo hyo dot gov So You know, as we've been saying earlier, beer, drinking and democracy go together. We've produced these cans with the help and the creative design of Ryan guys. Great birds like seventh son here in Columbus. They're hosting us. Ernest Brew works has helped us. Ah, Mommy Bay of my friends at all in Tangier River Brewing company just up the road, and what they're doing is producing these cans and bottles that have every vote counts right there on it, and then on the back, it says Vote. Ohio dot gov. And it reminds drinkers that October 5th 2020 is the deadline and you got to get registered before then. Anything to add Colin Yeah, it's a great program. I think that Ohio's breweries and and just breeze in general, they're they're more than just places the guy would be here. They're like community center. So this really goes like hand in hand. With what So many Berries across the state of Ohio are doing. We have Ah, 245 ish breweries in this state right now on DH. They're all doing a great job. They're all part of their communities, and voting is such a part of being a part of your community like it just makes sense. And they're at this point if there's 48 breweries involved There are potentially 48 different versions of this beer. Yeah, which is super Cool. I would if you have some time on your hands, you should go and try and try and collect everyone would there. Perhaps be a separate ale trail for that? There should be. Yeah, That'll be on the next next. You get four years to work on that one. Perfect. Well, anything else you guys want to add? What looks? Let's talk about the mommy baby. Before we before we get too far downstream, and we were up in Mommy Bay just last week for the Toledo area, highlighting the work that we're doing, Tio promote. You know our voter registration campaign. So come on. What is this from Mummy? That you opened s O. We have. Ah, we did a nicely. Our scientist is a nice West Coast style idea this Ah, super cool, kind of hazy East Coast style idea. The same idea lower on the bitterness more on the aromatics of the hops, but they do a great job with this fear in a cool facility up there at Mommy Bates, an old historic facility right there on the banks of the mommy River and again Ernest Brew works was there with us as well. If Europe in the Toledo area you should check it out. They got a full service restaurant there on site, and they're making some really cool beers. How far is that from the state park? From Mommy State Park. Yeah. Oh, goodness. It'll be like 20 minutes, and you're looking like that? Well, it just carries. Um Ah. What else was I gonna ask how I was gonna have to call in something? Oh, just going back. You know, we get these conversations going about you get the East Coast. Daisy and they talked about you know the West Coast beers are happy. I've asked other people this before. Is there or will there be? Is there a signature Midwest EPA style. And so so we were trying for Ah, no coast EPA for a little while, which was taken. Ah, Part of part of a lot of these East coast stays. The EPA is is you add hops not only in the dry hopping stage but also during fermentation, and that creates cool flavors and everything out of the hops. Say kind of the the turbidity and everything that's going on in the fermenter at that point, so we were doing that. But we were still letting the haze kind of drop out of it. So it had a lot of those aromatics, but it didn't necessarily have the super hese kind of thick mouth feel to it. Maybe it was a little dried out a little more didn't have as much residual sugar so it didn't feel quite as thick or heavy to it. So says someday there could be OK. Well, it's good. The only objection I would have colonies. You know, I grew up in the Cleveland area We call us. We call ourselves the North Coast right on the great idea like that. All right. Well, I think that's about it. We are just about out of time here. So Secretary of State, Frankly, Rose. Thank you very much for coming in. And Colin. Thank you for coming in, and Sean. Thank you for coming in and hit on the campus show again. Will be next Friday, August 14th at 7 P.m. on Facebook Live. Just look up. Capa's apart together concert Siri's. And Do you happen to know if people happen to miss that is again Do you know if those performances are archives? I don't know that they are alright, so make sure you check it out the next Friday night. Don't miss it. Shawn's going to go ahead and play us out tonight. It's the beer show Once again. Thank you, Everybody. Have a great weekend news radio 6 10 w TVs..

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"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on WTVN

"Beer show Sean Carty on Guitar Secretary of State. Franklin Rose in studio tonight, along with Colin Caste, or from seven sons on That's not a coincidence that these guests are here. But if there's a specific initiative going on, so for those that may have not caught the beginning of the show, Frank if he would go ahead. Recap. What the How and the why of what's going on. We're calling it raise a glass to democracy. We're partnering with the Ohio Craft Brewing Association and 48 breweries and the number's growing all the time. 48 burgers all around Ohio. They're helping us do something simple, but important. We're promoting voter registration. As you know, there's this little election coming up in a few months, right? And we need Ohioans to know that if you want to have your voice heard, and we need you to have your voice heard, you've got to be registered and that starts at photo hyo dot gov So You know, as we've been saying earlier, beer, drinking and democracy go together. We've produced these cans with the help and the creative design of Ryan Geist and Drapers like seventh Son here in Columbus. They're hosting us. Ernest Brew works has helped us Ah, Mommy Bay of my friends and all in Tangier River Brewing Company just up the road and what they're doing is producing these cans and bottles that have every vote counts right there on it, and then on the back, it says Vote. Ohio dot gov. And it reminds drinkers that October 5th 2020 is the deadline and you got to get registered before then. Anything to add, Colin, You know, it's it's a great program. I think that Ohio's breweries and just breweries in general, they're more than just places to grab a beer there like community centers. So this really goes like hand in hand with what somebody buries across state of Ohio are doing. We have 245 ish breweries in this state right now on DH. They're all doing a great job. They're all part of their communities, and voting is such a part of being a part of your community like it just makes sense, and they're at this point if there's 48 Brewery's involved. There are port put potentially 48 different versions of this beer. Yeah, which is super Cool. I would if you have some time on your hands, you should go and try and try and collect. Everyone tried their perhaps be a separate ale trail for that. There should be. Yeah, that'll be on the next next. You get four years to work on that one. Perfect. Well, anything else you guys want to add? Well, let's let's talk about the mommy baby. Er before we before we get too far downstream, and we were up in Mommy Bay just last week for the Toledo area, highlighting the work that we're doing, Tio promote. You know our voter registration campaign. So come on. What is this from Mummy? That you opened s O. We have. Ah, we did a nicely. Our scientist is a nice West Coast style idea this Ah, super cool, kind of hazy esko style. Lepe. So same idea lower on the bitterness more on the aromatics of the hops, but they do a great job with this fear in a cool facility up there at Mommy Bates, an old historic facility right there on the banks of the mommy River. And again, Ernest Brew works was there with us A cz? Well, if Europe in the Toledo area you should check it out. They got a full service restaurant there on site, and they're making some really cool beers. How far is that from the state park? From Mommy State Park. Yeah. Oh, goodness. To be, like, 20 minutes. You looking like that? Well, it just carries. Um Ah. What else was I gonna ask? I was gonna have to call in something. Oh, just going back. You know, we get these conversations going about you get the East Coast. Hazy and they talk about. You know, the West Coast beers are happy. I've asked other people this before. Is there or will there be? Is there a signature Midwest EPA style. So so we were trying for Ah, no coast EPA for a little while, which was taken Ah, part of part of a lot of these East Coast, ese Pepe is is you add hops not only in the dry hopping stage but also during fermentation, and that creates a cool flavors and everything out of the hops. Say kind of the the turbidity and everything that's going on in the fermenter at that point, So we were doing that. But we were still letting the haze kind of drop out of it. So it had a lot of those aromatics. But it didn't necessarily have the super hese kind of thick mouth feel to it. Maybe it was a little It dried out a little more didn't have as much residual sugar so didn't feel quite as thick or heavy to it. So so someday there could be OK. Well, it's good. The only objection I would have colonies. You know, I grew up in the Cleveland area We call us. We call ourselves the North Coast right on the great idea like that. All right. Well, I think that's about it. We're just about out of time here. So Secretary of State, Frankly, Rose. Thank you very much for coming in. And Colin. Thank you for coming in, and Sean. Thank you for coming in and hit on the campus show again. Will be next Friday, August 14th at 7 p.m. On Facebook Live. Just look up Capa's apart together concert series. And do you happen to know if people happen to miss that is Do you know if those performances are archives? I don't know that they are alright, so make sure you check it out the next Friday night. Don't miss it. Shawn's going to go ahead and play us out tonight. It's the beer show Once again. Thank you, Everybody. Have a great weekend news radio 6 10 w.

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"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With somebody outside of their. How old and exposing themselves to the risk of Covid, nineteen or not voting all a ruling from a separate lawsuits, the requirements should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave at this longest because of that decision. However in the League of women voters case, the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree did match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Finally Marry Sherman tells. US forecasters continue to predict at the annual harmful algal bloom on lake. Erie will be smaller than the twenty nineteen blue, the latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten. With the severity between three and five. Laura Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. It's probably going to affect the areas that are affected. No matter what so, that's GonNa. be through that Mommy Bay area, but we don't expect it will have nearly the extent as what we saw two thousand and fifteen when it was taking up the whole, Western based on twenty nine hundred bloom, how to severity index of seven point three reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square miles. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member and Melissa supported and online at public news service DOT ORG. We're on Sirius Xm to eleven. IHEART radio TUNEIN radio, just to search for sports, overnight America our from a to from the Valley of the Sun as Phoenix Arizona, and it's hot here in the summer, but we are like fifteen almost twenty year veterans Living about six miles from the surface of the Sun. and Are you acclimated point. Oh very much so I mean I was uncomfortable in the pool. It was like one hundred eight, and there was a breeze comes bumps, chills shows. People just aren't going to understand that if they're not. If. They were from where we're from doubt, but that's. But everybody else take summer vacations and they were they lived is probably the very best..

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"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Outside of their old, exposing themselves to the risk of Covid, nineteen or not going all ruling from a separate lawsuits, other requirements should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave with this. August because of that decision. However in the League of women voters case the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree did match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Finally Marry Sherman tells US forecasters continue to predict the annual harmful. Algal blooms on Lake Erie will be slower than we. Twenty, one, thousand, nine, hundred blew the latest weekly early season. Projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten. With severity between three and five four Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. They're gonNA. Affect the areas that are affected no better. What so. That's going to be through that Mommy Bay area, but we don't expect it will have nearly extent as what we saw in two thousand fifteen when I was taking up the whole Western base, twenty nine hundred bloom had a severity index of seven point three and reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square miles. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is Mike. Clifford for Public New Service? We are member. Melissa supported and online at public service. Dot Org. All Right? Thank you so much and welcome to another live edition of titillating sports with Rick Tuttle. That would be me. It'd be you on a thirsty Thursday I. Don't know what to call it. But we're here for you on the Horn for the next three hours taking your calls at one eight, hundred eight seven play. This open right here and my first interview. I'm doing actually on my. Home.

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"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With somebody outside of their how old and exposing themselves to the risk of Covid, nineteen or not going all a ruling from a separate lawsuits of the requirements should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave at this longest because of that decision. However in the League of women, voters case, the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree match. The level of concern raised by the tests. Finally. Mary Sherman tells us. Forecasters continue to predict the annual harmful algal bloom on Lake Erie will be slower than the twenty nine, hundred, eighty, blue, the latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten. With us a verity between three and five four. Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University which releases the projection? She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. It's probably GONNA. Affect the areas that are affected better. What so that's GonNa be through that Mommy Bay area. We don't expect it will have nearly the extent as what we saw in two thousand fifteen when it was taking up the whole. Western based on twenty bloom had a severity index of seven point three and reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member and Melissa supported and online at public news service. Dot Org yeah. I remember that I am here, not because of the path that lies before me. Because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred here's. We have caught these machines. And after a century of Lord I remember that which by small. Still. Let us. Make them remember..

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With somebody outside of their how old and exposing themselves to the risk of Covid, nineteen or not going all a ruling from a separate lawsuits, said the requirements should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave at this longest because of that decision. However in the League of women voters case the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree didn't match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Finally Mary Sherman tells US forecasters continue to predict the annual harmful algal bloom. On Lake Erie will be slower than the twenty nineteen blue, the latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten. With the severity between three and five Laura, Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University, which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. It's probably going to affect the areas that are affected no matter what that's going to be through that Mommy Bay area, but we don't expect it will have nearly the extent as what we saw in two thousand fifteen when it was taking up the whole Western based on twenty, nine hundred bloom had a severity index of seven point three reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square miles. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member, realistic, supported and online at public news service. Dot Org, a difficult time ahead of. But if we are to be prepared for it, we must I shed our. Standing here without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred years. We have caught these machines. And after a century of Lord I remember that which is most. Still. Let us. Make them remember. The.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Winners requirement basically forces them to choose between either interacting with somebody outside of their how old and exposing themselves to the risk of Covid, nineteen or not going all a ruling from a separate lawsuits had the requirement should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to way with this August because of that decision. However in the League of women, voters case the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The, Judge said the decree did match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Finally Mary Sherman tells US forecasters continue to predict at the annual harmful algal bloom moved on lake, Erie will be slower than twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred blew the latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten, a balloon with the severity between three and five. Laura Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. It's going to affect the areas that are affected no matter what so, that's GonNa be through that Mommy Bay area, but we don't expect it will have nearly. The extent is what we saw in two thousand fifteen when it was taking up the whole Western based on twenty nine hundred bloom had index of seven point three and reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square miles. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is my Clifford. Four public news service we are member, realistic, supported and online at public news service DOT ORG player right. That's a legend. Guy Is like the greatest player ever I guess in the country, Willmar whatever? He was a black guy that I mean. They just abused this guy like nobody's business. I I'm a little confused because I haven't been. Hearing. It Inter sand, I'm watching it and then a break or something I'm turning the volume on and trying to catch up and missing the entire thing I think it's two different people I'm watching here, but the deal is. Is that I mean? The. You know the fans the media. There were the thing I just saw this scene I, just saw some talk. Show host walked out there. We black face on and making fun of him, and it was hauling. It was absolutely appalling when I was watching and then He was obviously appalled by it. And I think. Obviously everyone all the blacks were appalled by and then. You know at the time it would appear to me. This is a while ago a few years ago, the Australians and some capacity or another what I was watching I. Don't know if anyone is watching. This is is that they got? It was funny, and I'm just sitting here. Watching this and I'm just like what is going on on my television I'm like watching this huge thing of racism it. It is unbelievable I think it all started tonight. They had this Black lives matter. Events on I think it was A. All night long they did. These special is right. It was like. I. Don't know if I can't for some reason. Go back past that giants fabric, and then they're doing the second one, which is the Australian dream and it was after they had this big. Thing tonight on ESPN. Talking about the movement and talking about the protests and talking about social injustice and all this other stuff. Very important stuff, and then this story is about the same thing racism and it's just unbelievable. The stuff I'm watching it really is. When you see it and the way they're treated. It Really Kinda makes you sick to your stomach..

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"PMS. A new report finds five generations of Americans are family caregivers in two thousand and twenty. The study from the National Alliance for caregiving and AARP finds. The country has added nine point five million caregivers since two, thousand, fifteen or fifty, three million in total they from the silent generation to generation Z. Ruby. Hutton pits is the state director of Aarp Oregon. Caregivers are the backbone of a system in our country that hardly get the kind of credit that they deserve Hon Pitts, says folks are living longer in prefer. Surrounded by family, members, friends and neighbors. The report finds an increase in the number of caregiving. Young People millennials makeup, twenty three percent of caregivers and generation. Z. Makes up percents for public news service. I'm Eric. Tag Off. That survey also finds. People spend an average of nearly twenty four hours a week providing care. For Minnesota voters, using the absentee ballots will not needed with for the August primaries more nat from Mike, Moen. Minnesota Law requires people voting by mail to have another registered voter sign as a witness, but several groups contend that requirement should be lifted because of health risks associated with the pandemic. Jonathan Dez with the campaign. Legal Center, which is representing the League of Women Voters in a lawsuit challenging the statute for voters don't have an eligible witness already in their household, the winners requirement basically forces them to choose between either interacting with somebody outside of their old and exposing saw to the risk of covid nineteen. Or not going all a ruling from a separate lawsuits have the requirements should be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave at this August because of that decision. However in the League of women, voters case the judge declined to grant a consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree did match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Finally Marry Sherman tells US forecasters continue to predict the annual harmful algal bloom on Lake Erie will be slower than twenty nineteen blue. The latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten. With the severity between three and five Laura Johnson is director of the National Center for Water Quality Research, at Heidelberg University which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. It's probably going to affect the areas that are affected better. What so that's GonNa be through that Mommy, Bay area, but we don't expect it will have nearly the extent as what we saw in two thousand fifteen, when it was taking up the whole Western basin, twenty nineteen bloom had a severity index of seven point three and reached a maximum size of about seven hundred.

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's time to increase benefits for snap the program formerly known as food stamps by fifteen percent, as was done during the most recent recession, which saw some forty thousand Colorado children fall into poverty. Colorado could also see a half. Million New People Enroll in Medicaid this year because of the loss of employer-based coverage I'm Eric Gladys. And this story may have got lost in the sauce, but t mobile merged with sprint a few months ago. It's already begging off of some of its promises, and that raises alarms with workers advocates when the California Public Utilities Commission approved the merger in mid April. T mobile promised to create a thousand jobs in California and roll out a five G. Network in four years now it's laying people off and says. Says, the Five G. Network will take at least two years longer blaming covid nineteen frank with the communications, workers of America, says the company's Pre merger pitch was untrue. Just was to me very much a Bayton switch. You let us merge. We're going to bring so many jobs to California. especially in those neighborhoods where it's really needed the union, which Does Not Represent T. mobile sprint workers opposed the merger at the. Hearing in twenty eighteen and predicted the merger would result in a loss of thirty thousand jobs nationwide. I'm Suzanne. Potter is filing. The company, said the COVID. Nineteen crisis makes the imposition of a mandate to create additional jobs, infeasible and unwarranted. The CPU will consider. The proposal expected issue ruling sometime later this year. This is pianists. Report finds five generations of Americans are family caregivers in two thousand twenty. The study from the National Alliance for caregiving and AARP finds the country has added nine point five million caregivers since two, thousand, fifteen or fifty three million total, they fan from the silent generation to generation Z. Ruby Hut pits is the state director of Aarp Oregon caregivers are just the backbone of a system in our country that hardly get the kind of credit that they deserve Hon Pitts says folks are living longer and prefer in their homes, surrounded by family, members, friends and neighbors. The report finds an increase in the number of caregiving. Young People millennials makeup, twenty three percent of caregivers and. Z makes up six percent for public news service. I'm Eric Take it off. That survey also finds people spend an average of nearly twenty four hours a week providing care. For now, Minnesota voters using the absentee ballots will not need a witness for the August primaries more not from Mike Moen. Minnesota Law requires people voting by mail to have another registered voter sign as a witness. But several groups contend that requirement should be lifted because of health risks associated with the pandemic. Jonathan Diaz is with the campaign legal center, which is representing the League of Women Voters a lawsuit challenging the statute for voters don't have an eligible witness already in their household, the witness requirement basically forces them to choose between either interacting with somebody outside of their old and exposing themselves to the risk of covid nineteen. Or not going a ruling from a separate lawsuits have the requirements be lifted, and the secretary of State plans to wave at this August because of that decision. However in the League of women, voters case, the judge declined to grant consent decree. That would ease such rules. The judge said the decree didn't match the level of concern raised by the plaintiffs. Filing Mary Sherman Thomas Forecasters continue to predict at the annual harmful. Algal blooms on Lake Erie will be slower than the twenty nine, hundred blue, the latest weekly early season projection from Noah estimates on a scale of one to ten, A. Balloon with a severity between three and five or Johnson is director of the National Center for water. Quality Research at Heidelberg University which releases the projection. She says that's a smaller bloom than others in recent years. Selah going to affect the areas that are affected better. What so that's GonNa be that Mommy Bay area, but we don't expect it. We'll have nearly. The extent is what we saw in two thousand fifteen when it was taking up. The whole Western based. Twenty nine bloom had a severity index of seven point three and reached a maximum size of about seven hundred square miles. The typical bloom season runs from July to October. This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member Melissa supported and online at public service DOT ORG. It's time for a foul territory. Right here on sports overnight. America and SP nation radioed now here's. On Sports byline! Good evening, welcome into another hour of the foul territory. Program Jeffords From Phoenix Arizona and we've got lots. He gets you. Join me in just a bit. Scott's on the other side of the glass. There in San, Francisco. big news on Wednesday would be the return of Major League Baseball starts to feel a little bit more real, little bit, more tangible or more realistic every day. both of us I think we'll tell you. Maybe.

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"mommy bay" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"mommy bay" Discussed on Go All In

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Is La Belle plaine. Because they're I h Gabby chartering triple all tonight. Did accidentally hung up on her. Got Back to her. But in the meantime on actually enjoyed forty five to fifty heats to sun in my face. law on the little bit different different than normal females in from that have hit my last operation and which is fifty show operations overhead until I hit today of actually lost our side. Bless my sense of smell. This is all tiny implied now within the implied on what shape Gramajo Joe was all smashed in. It's something that I didn't think I was going to savard. Art was worse than a car accidents on. He today obviously. There's lots more in the background of That's BICYC- how I ended up from just saying Nar. Rei Dana relationship to funding as little red flags. And that's why messages we've got to unpack every little red flag Little to such the big thing in a matter of ten minutes also finding a lot since size six to sixteen offset putting from someone that is an incredible notable story of survival enough of you know total sorts of stories on this podcast will veterans stories and all sorts of health related and things that by far tax hike and you know that is still an acolyte them sign that he's a good thing. But Gosh. You're so lucky to be alive and with our blessed to have you here and so lucky that your children so have you got in being pot terminate. A robot is Kinda cool. What what about you? What about your vision when you go to I? What's it like? Just having one guy is Kinda miss with your depth perception toddler drops can now. I've got to have a Obviously an artist every twelve months because a disease can come and check because that is dead can come over and check but yes I. I can't drive now. I did have to have a cell phone for many years that I've been given the all clear I'm often urological testing etc has just been an easy to get me seventies spider and yes even Danza pouring a glass of water. If the job on the late I'll have would everywhere Even unit crossing because the the steps I had many a falls on the ground. Because you just don't know what it is so yeah oh that it's Yamani's very active. NAB because you're thinking the whole time and obviously now I'm no doctor on our nurse but I have learnt so much of that our body and died actually told me when did wiped out from ICU. So you and Abram up Ryan Still Mush that said it takes a month while the one with you Brian to sync together. Yeah I think so. Yeah Yep it's that's incredible how you your Bryant sites are remember remember. It's it's no comparison but it's a similar. The reason I asked about it is I've had a bit of experience with a loss of debt exception in most. Actually most soldiers have when you were not vision. Unless you're unless you're a special forces guy or your pilots you only wit not vision on on one and usually it's on you'll left oil you non-mountain on shooting and I remember the very first time up. Not Vision on just thinking. Oh my God what we are going to own the battlefield because it looks like diet and it doesn't look you think like what you see on TV or movie. It's it looks like daytime but what you walk along and because your other is open at the same time but it's it's pitch black in stock and you see everything through your left eye and I don't walk around with Rod always on that. I can remember walking along thing you know. Wow this is an amazing and then just like a sack of potatoes on the ground on and fully of us and yeah like vice I tripping over and then getting back up on what just happened are just fell over and they lock. Everyone's kind of laughing but it happens to everybody and they're really really tricky thing on deal with but over time you get really used to it and you. Brian compensates for new alone. Live with those things right day yet. Highly and that sound Monday termination I used to play tennis quite at a level when I was younger and now playing tennis between all eyes of Charlie Different Bowl game but that I'm not letting up Bateman ads swinging a missing light note was even close to that many Italians. Yes many times but on on really learning it said Ma Ma. You've got to be so focused on every bone that yeah. I'll realize that determination ru funny little idiosyncrasies that happened when you've had an at an injury law that what about you said you lost your sense of smell as well. Isn't that something. What eighty percent of what you taste as well it can be? I have still up my Thais. which is which is great because My face was smashed in that. Yeah oblivious to yet you smell things actually up here. Yeah and because this was all had debate great built like including minorities. Yes that's I have got Thais which is Great Yes that's good very good. Very good. My my son labs. They have because I used to high right school smell and he has now that have to have a show just yet. I can't smell excites. It's you know we we type it in a positive by now and yet look at the negative stuff. That's GonNa the reason why I'm asking. Those questions is because you're gonNA leave pretty well and pretty normally in spite of all your injuries and whatnot what happened. Good gotta ask you know. It's a IT'S A. It's a cheeky. boneheaded Ozzy blacked question. Does the metal detector off at the airport must doesn't doesn't corliss. No I am you. you know it's just algae invite my arms and you know on face yet. I don't go off still and you don't you don't still buzzing as you thought you bill and I have not that I'm really surprises. Yeah Yeah so money for if I'm what just take us back to the to the DACA period there as you tell the story there. It just seems all very normal up until that much it to anybody. That's getting back on the horse. A main Gush. The the Internet is is a bit of a minefield with modern dieting. And I can't really speak eight from each bruins. I don't know I never had experienced that. And it sounds like you didn't Oughta Dion Bites have any experience when when he got back on the wall so to speak. Now I and I the hadn't that you watch you know watch out and and audio then obviously he was the first one because I detect a long time onto even became but as a city is a real estate man. That's why deed but yellow. And that's why I can't elaborate now occupies much. Brian now is more it's it's not just about Everything going on you know even damn to have the children tag officials being that annoying but Yeah just situations now. Milwaukee's everytime friends is on Monday. Incident died on. I just feel sick block. Fox stylized. Oh I was gonna say what would you say to somebody. That's out there doing that. Because you know it can be a really awesome why to make people and it can be you know a lot of really because friend of mine who who met ease wash on in at a wonderful relationship that got married. I got a couple of kids very very yet. You say about being careful if we look look at any little red flag you know darn high located thought model red flags would have been fighting from lost. You know what I mean gene and having that police check about that's where year unpack everything. Investigate the person even to the extreme and if I can sleep the Islam really elaborating on investigating paypal is because Arthur is having a real estate licensing thirty seven you think otherwise. Who is what some form of luggage with its marriage kids and he actually told me now to buy those questions and I'll be bragging about my kids an Honest about what. They're the biologic father and he Opt Court hearing to wives actually kind forward he actually solved the first one on. Nar Report is on the second and her parents nor report so Alma third wheel here and you know you've got children with all we've all got mums an Auntie's counties and that's why I'm speaking at is because we need to make a change. We want to say that generations coming through so looking out for the red flags getting back to the Internet dating sites. That is my real elaborations. We've got to get because we want to protect out next generation set are coming for me may well well said very very well said and you know for me in the last year or so. A lot of the decision making process that I've gone through has been green very similar to what you described Spain very methodical and thought through in my mind and well. It's exactly what you're saying. The Gauze got a real estate Lawson's he must be please check his guy said he doesn't have kids. seasonably married each. Take it at face value right but what what else can you do taught thing of Maine. Gandhi on De Homework and do research of course is what that's right what I've learned myself as online a lot of mistakes in the LAS in and not trusting my gut and what I what what I realized is that I may despite my external appearance and despite how I might say or project myself into the world is a big tough ozzy masculine guy. I like that the reality is. I'm a deeply deeply feeling. Bean and human beings make decisions by stone thoughts rationale only they might thoughts. They make decisions on how they feel and think it's those two things so it for you. You had those warning Sohn's was that was that a gut feel. Oh you had. That wasn't quite right or was it. It was my my stomach that was telling me get out of the relationship. It's and you know because I hadn't experienced relationship. Missile Long it was it was just dead daily and I just have to use it. And that's you know reading. That friend was such a relief for me because she knew what what I was doing. You know and as early on nothing about domestic volunteering speaking out about us and you know it was only Kodaly eight months nine months Austin Hospital Ospel and that's when I learnt than not actually what had happened to me your hit would and then I didn't even know it was domestic violence. It was putting puzzles back together together. you know waking up in the neurosurgeon sedgwick. After I say apparently I had a sawn above my bed that my friends coming in when allowed to Smart hey feeling what's happened because the Brian jury that have to find out Fall was had Brian Shoes Inside that you know because I said to the children when I had to come inside not goodbye to me on the first not that I was in hospital. They said if things aren't good than the Knicks not they said if mommy does pull its release. She's got forty five percent chance of pointer off theater during the day but Mommy Bay vegetable mummy be Brian. Did Mommy White Get out. The bad should be treated fed and so they've had to the the. The children's issues are different again to mine and suspects that sway getting back to the Brian. Nine Saudis some attack Vitamin Dana everyday. Someone said with your Bryant injury and it's just start brought and clear and yeah well well said well said.

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