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"north west wyoming" Discussed on KCRW

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06:44 min | Last month

"north west wyoming" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles President Joe Biden had hoped to shift U. S foreign policy away from the Middle East, but Continued airstrikes, writing in the streets and a rising death toll, which has been many times higher in Gaza than in Israel, have thrust the Israeli Palestinian conflict back onto the Biden administration's agenda. In a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday, Biden said he hopes for a quick end to the hostilities. He reassured Israel of his unwavering support. But just what should U s support look like well, to help us answer that question. We called Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan, who has the Israeli Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Let's just start with a bit of a look back before we look forward to tell us why has this conflict historically been such a challenge for US administrations? Well, also, as you noted, this is a It's a movie that keeps on repeating itself and successive administrations have found themselves confronting these same dynamics to varying degrees. Part of the challenges that in between these explosions that we see there's a whole host of smoldering dynamics drive US toilet behaviors on both sides that tend not to get addressed. And so until those underlying dynamics are addressed, I think we're unfortunate going to keep seeing this cycle. Well, the U. S has historically. In the only country to be an effective international peace broker in this conflict. But what role do you think this conflict should be playing in U. S policy? Well, what you're definitely seeing with the current administration is a very clear decision that I think it made didn't just stumble into two De prioritize this conflict to not be is engaged as you've seen other administrations before be. We have to recall that President Biden was vice president during two terms of President Obama, who in both terms engaged, forcibly right out the gate and his first administration and then a big push to final status negotiations. And really got burned both times. So we have to remember that President Biden is coming in with that memory. He's surrounded by an extremely experienced foreign policy team, but also many of whom were around. At that time, And as this administration comes in, facing a whole host of pressing domestic concerns, I think what you're seeing is an administration that has said this conflict does not yield much political and you know, even foreign policy benefit when we try to expand significant resources. I think what we're going to have to watch is does it reverse that approach? I mean right now, obviously, the U. S administration, like other actors are engaged in trying to bring about a de escalation on bond to the immediate shooting. But the question is how actively engages wins that is inevitably accomplished. Yeah, well, anything specific that you can point to that the Biden administration needs to do in order to be an effective broker here. Certainly, I think the goal that said itself of resetting the relationship we establishing a relationship with the Palestinians will be important. You cannot be an effective broker. If you're really only talking to an engaging one side, so that's number 11 of the challenges the administration is going to face. Is increasing pressure, which it'll see. Also domestically knew you already see it brewing where to put its emphasis on its lens on this conflict, there is a stronger push by many for this administration to focus heavily on human rights issues on for many, what it seems to be human rights abuses. On the pass of Israel towards the Palestinians, and this administration itself has come out from the beginning, saying that it does plan to put more focus on human rights globally. And so I think you're going to see this administration facing a lot of pressure as it turns or when it turns its attention, this conflict and how it calibrates what's that type of as it navigates being an effective, incredible broken for both sides? Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan has theism Ailey Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you Also. To Wyoming, now home State of Congress woman was chaining. She was removed as the third ranking House Republican yesterday for calling out former President Trump's ongoing lies about the 2020 election. She is the on Lee House member to represent the country's least populated state. So how are Republicans? They're feeling about her demotion Well, Wyoming Public Radio's Catherine Wheeler has been asking Bring up Liz Cheney's name in Wyoming, and you're sure to get a reaction? I will say in the beginning I wasn't really supportive of Liz Cheney. That's Charlene Campbell in she's a lifelong Republican who lives on a ranch in rural northeastern Wyoming. Chamblin says. When Cheney was first elected in 2016, she wasn't sure that Cheney had spent enough time in Wyoming getting to know the people. But her conservative voting record quickly turned Cameron's opinion around. What I really appreciate about what Liz has done is she has supported the industries that are critical to Wyoming. You know our energy industry she has championed that. On every turn like Republicans. Nationally, there's a split among Wyoming Republicans about Cheney's viewed with Trump. Well. Campbell in, says she didn't agree with Cheney's vote to impeach Trump. She also says the former president's rhetoric is not productive. We need to focus back on the policies on the platforms. That's where I wish that we were at is that we would just move on from this and focus on becoming more cohesive and working together. But many here are upset that Cheney keeps talking about Trump in the election, Gillette resident shall be back told says Chinese actions will affect how she votes in next year's primary. There is definitely a line in the sand. She is crossed. She has stood against her party. She has stood against us. She has not been our voice. A slew of Republicans have already announced primary challenges to Cheney. One worry is that with so many candidates, no one will be able to get enough votes to defeat Cheney says Bob Ferguson. He lives in north west Wyoming and also backs her ouster. Her position as a leadership role as head of the caucus is to build unity..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:44 min | Last month

"north west wyoming" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles President Joe Biden had hoped to shift U. S foreign policy away from the Middle East, but Continued airstrikes, writing in the streets and a rising death toll, which has been many times higher in Gaza than in Israel, have thrust the Israeli Palestinian conflict back onto the Biden administration's agenda. In a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday, Biden said he hopes for a quick end to the hostilities. He reassured Israel of his unwavering support. But just what should U. S support look like well, to help us answer that question. We called Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan, who heads the Israeli Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Let's just start with a bit of a look back before we look forward. Tell us why has this conflict historically been such a challenge for US administrations? Well, also, as you noted, this'd AH, It's a movie that keeps on repeating itself and successive administrations have found themselves confronting these same dynamics to varying degrees. Hard to the challenges that in between these explosions that we see there's a whole host of smoldering dynamics. Drivers spoiler behaviors on both sides that tend not to get addressed. And so until those underlying dynamics are addressed, I think we're unfortunate going to keep seeing this cycle. Well, the U. S has historically. In the only country to be an effective international peace broker in this conflict. But what role do you think this conflict should be playing in U. S policy? Well, what you're definitely seeing with the current administration is a very clear decision that I think it made didn't just stumble into two De prioritize this conflict to not be is engaged as you've seen other administrations before be. We have to recall that President Biden was vice president during two terms of President Obama, who in both terms engaged forcefully a right out the gate and his first administration and then a big push to final status negotiations. And really got burned both times. So we have to remember that President Biden is coming in with that memory. He's surrounded by an extremely experienced foreign policy team, but also many of whom were around. At that time, And as this administration comes in, facing a whole host of pressing domestic concerns, I think what you're seeing is an administration that has said this conflict does not yield much political and you know, even foreign policy benefit when we try to expand significant resources. I think what we're going to have to watch is does it reverse that approach right now? Obviously, the U. S administration, like other actors are engaged in trying to bring about a de escalation on bond to the immediate shooting. But the question is how actively engages wins? Not isn't actively accomplished. Yeah, well, anything specific that you can point to that the Biden administration needs to do in order to be an effective broker here. Certainly, I think the goal that said itself of resetting the relationship we establishing a relationship with the Palestinians will be important. You cannot be an effective broker. If you're really only talking to an engaged in one side. So that's number. 11 of the challenges the administration is going to face is increasing pressure, which it will see. Also, domestically knew you already see it brewing where to put its emphasis on its lens. On this conflict, there is a stronger push by many for this administration to focus heavily on human rights issues. For many what it sees to be human rights abuses on the part of Israel towards the Palestinians, And this administration itself has come out from the beginning, saying that it does plan to put more focus on human rights globally. And so I think you're going to see this administration facing a lot of pressure as it turns or when it turns its attention, this conflict and how it calibrates Andre. What's that tight rope as it navigates being an effective, incredible broken for both sides. Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan has theism Ailey Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you Also. To Wyoming, now home State of Congress woman was chaining. She was removed as the third ranking House Republican yesterday for calling out former President Trump's ongoing lies about the 2020 election. She is the on Lee House member to represent the country's least populated state. So How are Republicans? They're feeling about her demotion Well, Wyoming Public Radio's Catherine Wheeler has been asking bring up Liz Cheney's name in Wyoming, and you're sure to get a reaction. I will say in the beginning I wasn't really supportive of Liz Cheney. That's Charlene Campbell in she's a lifelong Republican who lives on a ranch in rural northeastern Wyoming. Chamblin says. When Cheney was first elected in 2016, she wasn't sure that Cheney had spent enough time in Wyoming getting to know the people. But her conservative voting record quickly turned Cameron's opinion around. What I really appreciate about what Liz has done is she has supported the industries that are critical to Wyoming. You know our energy industry she has championed that. On every turn like Republicans. Nationally, there's a split among Wyoming Republicans about Cheney's viewed with Trump. While Campbell in says she didn't agree with Cheney's vote to impeach Trump. She also says the former president's rhetoric is not productive. We need to focus back on the policies on the platforms. That's where I wish that we were at is that we would just move on from this and focus on becoming more cohesive and working together. But many here are upset that Cheney keeps talking about Trump in the election. Gillette resident shall be back told says Cheney's actions will affect how she votes in next year's primary. There is definitely a line in the sand, but she has crossed. She has stood against her party. She has stood against us. She has not been our voice. A slew of Republicans have already announced primary challenges to Cheney. One worry is that with so many candidates No one will be able to get enough votes to defeat Cheney, says Bob Ferguson. He lives in north west Wyoming and also backs her ouster. Her position as a leadership role as head of the caucus is to build unity..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:46 min | Last month

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Progressive. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles President Joe Biden had hoped to shift U. S foreign policy away from the Middle East, but continued airstrikes, writing in the streets and a rising death toll, which has been many times higher in Gaza than in Israel. Have thrust the Israeli Palestinian conflict back onto the Biden administration's agenda. In a call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday, Biden said he hopes for a quick end to the hostilities, He reassured Israel of his unwavering support. But just what should U. S support look like well, to help us answer that question. We called Lucy Kurtzer Ellen Bogan, who heads the Israeli Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Let's just start with a bit of a look back before we look forward. Tell us why has this conflict historically been such a challenge for US administrations? Well, also, as you noted, this'd AH, It's a movie that keeps on repeating itself and successive administrations have found themselves confronting these same dynamics to varying degrees. Part of the challenges that in between these explosions that we see there's a whole host of smoldering dynamics drive US oil of behaviors on both sides that tend not to get addressed. And so until those underlying dynamics are addressed, I think we're unfortunate going to keep seeing this cycle. Well. The U. S has historically been the only country to be an effective international peace broker in this conflict, but What role do you think this conflict should be playing in U. S policy? Well, what you're definitely are seeing with the current administration is a very clear decision that I think it made didn't just stumble into two. De prioritize this conflict to not be is engaged as you've seen other administrations before be. We have to recall that President Biden was vice president during two terms of President Obama, who in both terms engaged forcefully a right out the gate and his first administration and then a big push to final status negotiations. And really got burned both times. So we have to remember that President Biden is coming in with that memory. He's surrounded by an extremely experienced foreign policy team, but also many of whom were around. At that time, And as this administration comes in, facing a whole host of pressing domestic concerns, I think what you're seeing is an administration that has said this conflict does not yield much political and you know, even foreign policy benefit when we try to expand significant resources. I think what we're going to have to watch is does it reverse that approach right now? Obviously, the U. S administration, like other actors are engaged in trying to bring about a de escalation on day two, the immediate shooting, But the question is how actively engages wins? Not is inevitably accomplished. Yeah, well, anything specific that you can point to that the Biden administration needs to do in order to be an effective broker here. Certainly I think the goal that said itself of resetting the relationship we establishing a relationship with the Palestinians will be important. You cannot be an effective broker. If you're really only talking to an engaging one side, so that's number. 11 of the challenges the administration is going to face is increasing pressure, which it'll see what's so domestically and you already see it brewing. Where to put its emphasis on its lens on this conflict, there is a stronger push by many for this administration to focus heavily on human rights issues on from any what it seems to be human rights abuses on the part of Israel towards the Palestinians, and this administration itself has come out from the beginning, saying that it does plan to put more focus. On human rights globally. And so I think you're going to see this administration facing a lot of pressure as it turns or when it turns its attention, this conflict and how it calibrates what's that type of as it navigates being an effective incredible broker for both sides? Lucy Kurtzer. Ellen Bogan has theism Ailey Palestinian conflict program at the US Institute of Peace. Thank you very much for joining us today. Thank you Also. To Wyoming, now home State of Congress woman was chaining. She was removed as the third ranking House Republican yesterday for calling out former President Trump's ongoing lies about the 2020 election. She is the on Lee House member to represent the country's least populated state. So How are Republicans? They're feeling about her demotion Well, Wyoming Public Radio's Catherine Wheeler has been asking Bring up Liz Cheney's name in Wyoming, and you're sure to get a reaction? I will say in the beginning I wasn't really supportive of Liz Cheney. That's Charlene Campbell in she's a lifelong Republican who lives on a ranch in rural northeastern Wyoming. Chamblin says. When Cheney was first elected in 2016, she wasn't sure that Cheney had spent enough time in Wyoming getting to know the people. But her conservative voting record quickly turned Cameron's opinion around. What I really appreciate about what Liz has done is she has supported the industries that are critical to Wyoming. You know our energy industry she has championed that. On every turn like Republicans. Nationally, there's a split among Wyoming Republicans about Cheney's viewed with Trump. Well. Campbell in, says she didn't agree with Cheney's vote to impeach Trump. She also says the former president's rhetoric is not productive. We need to focus back on the policies on the platforms. That's where I wish that we were at is that we would just move on from this and focus on becoming more cohesive and working together. But many here are upset that Cheney keeps talking about Trump in the election. Gillette resident shall be back told, says Cheney's actions will affect how she votes in next year's primary. There is definitely a line in the sand, but she is crossed. She has stood against her party. She has stood against us. She has not been our voice. A slew of Republicans have already announced primary challenges to Cheney. One worry is that with so many candidates, no one will be able to get enough votes to defeat Cheney says Bob Ferguson. He lives in north west Wyoming and also backs her ouster. Her position as a leadership role as head of the caucus is to build unity..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:12 min | 6 months ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Oh, my gosh. Well, you know, Listen, I got 15 year old 2 12 year old, So I don't know that they're preparing it all. They just they live the good life. You know, they just they are in the seat of blessing. John Stacy. I 69 other hand. We still have some work to do. I'll be honest. We're a little bit. You know where those Those threes. If you're any Graham, you know the high eyes if your disk person, um and and so we get a lot of work to do a little bit of work to do so this morning, but it's the effort. It's a song like come in under the wire, So I've got a five year old in a in a anomalous five year old in a 10 year old and Get ready for the last day of school today. Mind to know And my son told my daughter Hey, this is it. Then comes Christmas break to which he replied Like the last few months, right where we've been at home and at school at home, and I got me thinking Christmas breaks gonna look totally different for these For millions of kids across the country. It's gonna look just like last week and the week before and the week before. We've been blessed, You know, certainly in our neck of the woods for our kids to go to school, it's It's tragic when you see the loneliness that this is not a It is not a comment on your state governor or whatever political affiliation you draw from. The fact of the matter is, is that the isolation and the shutdowns and the quarantines whether you again believe they should have happened or not. It has been devastating on our kids, Children because we're all relational, but they don't have the maturity. They don't have. Ah lot of the tools that adults have, and it's been tough on adults. I mean, he's going to say they don't have access to the Devices that medicine that we adults content to rely on. So it's It's been tough, but I'm hoping that 2021 is is going to be a much better year. For goodness sakes, just just relation Lee. The world just needs toe, take a deep breath and literally and figuratively right and start healing. All right, Let's go to Cameron in Columbia, South Carolina. Cameron, how are we doing? It is me. I'm sorry, Cameron. I'll go to this cameras. We got two kids got two cameras on this. See what you did there. Cameron from Columbia, South Carolina. Yeah, That's me. Okay, That's you. Sorry, Cameron. Go for it. Yeah. So I'm just kind of storm between two career passing away. One of them is more of something with my art. The other one is more Logical, But I could also have AH, connection to sow. The first plan is to eventually become Like an outdoor recreation planner, for or or in O H V, which stands for off highway vehicle program supervisor for like a federal agency, and then And or would be like an outdoor tour guide year round, but All the stuff start seasonally, which I have not quite gotten to get in there. It could be five years before I find a more permanent role, OK, and it's just gonna be A lot of these jobs, you know, they're lower paying is seasonal. They don't really have any benefits than the other route would be to go to do some schooling for industrial mechanical maintenance, and then I would build into a maintenance role for Park or force. I could do that route. Interesting. More stable one. Yeah, that's that's what you were referring to. Oh, as the combo where you're you've got a little bit better pay. Better, Panya, but you get ability. Yeah, but you're in proximity, that park and your kind around all that fun outdoor stuff. Right. So I would do the schooling here in South Carolina, and I'm already about to pull the trigger on me. I've got half the money about to pay as I go, and I'm gonna move to the mountain west get involved, You know, volunteer for a year. I would do a regular job with the schooling right for a year and a half to two years And then after that two years, I'm gonna find a temporary role and then I'll just do that. And then I'll wait. So a prominent role comes up. I was just kind of wanting. Your opinions for is like, Does that sound like a better idea? Other than all the seasonal stuff, Which is just gonna be a roller coaster? Because it is? Yeah, I I think that it is a good idea because you can hear the confidence in that plan. I think you've fought this thing out Really? Well, In fact, a lot of people that call I've been on Penn month. I mean, I used to. I used to live in, uh, North West Wyoming and Asia. Yeah, No, because it let me tell you something. It's a good plan. I want you to do it. I just want to add one encouragement. I think you work your tail off. You get that industrial mechanical maintenance job and I'm gonna come back around in a second. But I want you to work your tail off on that, and put the money away and save save. Save. So you get to a point where you can make that full time jump into that work and you've got a buffer and you get your lifestyle to a point where you can see a path forward where you can get in and then climb up. But financially you've prepared for this. And the only thing I would say to you is I would double triple check. Whether not you need to go to school to get into industrial, You know that mechanical if it is engineering, Yes, you will. But if it's maintenance work, I would just double check that and see if there's trade schools and things for that kind of work, because you might be surprised for a guy who likes that mechanical side of things. The trades can pay very, very well. And you get trained so much faster, So I would just encourage you to a little bit more research because you seem like you've done a lot of research. That's right. And Yeah, a lot. So, Cameron, what is it about the outdoors that you love? What is a more I've always liked their pikes and I've yet to have my own vehicle. I just I love dirt, biking and hiking. Just Iike 200 miles out in Yellowstone Grand Teton parks all that it's just Have an idea for you and then building maintaining fixing things out in that world. That's that's what I care about. You know what I would do if I'm dude, Listen to me. I want you to really go do some more homework on just mechanical work. You make really good money. You know, Mechanic and you like fixing things anyway. And I think you might do a little combination of this dream. We've been talking about this plan where maybe eventually you own your own. Vehicles and thinks like you do anything, I'd have my own off road. God business. Well, you're going to have to have my own. Listen to me. Hold on my own tour guide. Hey, camera you're going to you're going to take this plan. And that's what you're going to go. Do you going to get out there and learn the area? Learn, maybe work part time while you're making great money is a mechanic maybe work part time on the weekends or that volunteering for somebody who's doing it well, and they're showing out now this local perfectly the area so you are becoming a master's degree student on that type of work. And what's happening is is that you are gonna learn the process. Of how to run your own business by watching somebody else do it. And then you're gonna use that mechanical work to just stack up money, John, and eventually he's going to start that side Hustle, that side Hustle will grow, and he'll step from the day job right into the dream job. That's the past. I love it. This is Dave Ramsey show. Thistles the time of year when we give to the people we love, and it's especially important in these times to make sure our family will be taken care of when we're gone. If you don't have a will get it now at Mama Bear legal forms.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Pursuit food has taken us into the wilderness cross rivers and atop mountains. These journeys have connected to the wild. It is this connection that allows us to experience while places. This world has to offer in search for both wild game and adventure. This is my adventure for food. Hey guys will just gonna talk through adventure. I had a couple of years back. This one's going to take us into into the mountains there and it was my first trip. I had up to alaska. I've made a few trips up there. In traditionally grew up. You know hunting. The planes in texas on the western plains wyoming montana but had that chance to go up to alaska i would say about two years back and i had a good friend up there. He was working for the local police department. He's like man. You love the hunt. Alaska's place you need to be so we set up a hunt in a getting ready and he's like best pieces of game up here is early season black tailed deer so we were going to do a great black tailed deer hunt right in the mountains. of northeast of sitka alaska so sick of sits on the western side of baranov island. Which is fun fact. The brown bear capital of the world. I think they've got a one brown bear per square acre in so covered up with bears. But it's also covered up with dearest. Man you gotta get up here so we plan the trip. We had booked a cabin. You know laid out all my gear. Getting ready to go never really hunted in high alpine terrain before i chased mule deer and antelope down the lower planes. And you know into the foothills of some of the mountains in north west wyoming but never to this extent what we did was i flew up landed on the the little strip. They've got their in sitka. He rolled up through my guns in the back. And the first thing we did. Because i don't think any trip would be a- any trip to alaska would really be worth it. If you didn't get a little fish in and i you know you gotta go for that. Alaska surf and turf feel there. So we took his boat out. We went ahead and throughout some trot lines for halibut and then also trolled for salmon. We picked a couple silvers up that day and then later on the afternoon. We pulled up the hotline. At first i was thinking man trot line. You know that's not very sportsman's like you know. I prefer the rod and reel or a fly rod. He's like don't worry you'll feel like you've done enough work. So hauling up six hundred feet of trot line later with a few thirty pound weights on it and about four to five sixty pound halibut. Really a really made it worth our while so we went ahead and took the fish head and flayed him up. Got him ready. Went to bed. Early woke up the next morning. We took his truck up to the top of a local mountain. Just on the back side of it. There's a little trail that kind of skirts up into the alpine. That overlooks the city..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WTOP

"I do seventy no problems there too and from Frederick the B. W. parkway I. ninety five good for prince George's and Howard counties pacing well route fifty no problems there are good across the bay bridge in both directions works on westbound after route eight not causing much of a delay left lane taken away this crash in Silver Spring has both sides of Sligo creek parkway blocked at Piney branch road plan for alternate routes you can genocide I sixty six works on found on the westbound side you're considered Alexis right lane blocked three ninety five members of the express lanes been reopened both ways between Duke street and fourteenth street bridge I ninety five we can volume on the southbound side just to touch the protein route one twenty three of the article on the volume is growing on the northbound side between Lebanese in Fredericksburg crash near route three Fredericksburg single white Langenbach is another crash nearby Falmouth left lane blocked exactly a little bit try to get through that mess last cleanup is done over Loudon county through all these along route fifty just west fifteen all lanes have been restored in both directions near new mountain road crash along route fifty three Chantilly near Pleasant Valley road was cleared from the right side and through the district ongoing crash cleanup activity in north west Wyoming overturned vehicle that has the brass Gavin is still shut down both ways between the Mexico Avenue in Foxhall road near eighty you don't die at the Stanford grill enjoyed the sophisticated casual setting graceful and attentive service and delicious chef prepared classic American cuisine now with locations in Colombia and Rockville Rick McClure WTOP traffic let's get your storm team four forty forecasters NBC four Samara Theodore Hey friends so tonight temperatures are gonna drop into the forties tomorrow we're headed to the low seventies.

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High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

Environment: NPR

03:49 min | 1 year ago

High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

"To another story now. It's been a chaotic couple of weeks in the rocky mountains where large avalanches have closed highways ski resorts a single storm near Salt Lake City. It triggered a record forty eight slides as NPR's Kirk siegler reports. The increased avalanche risk comes at a time when more and more people are hitting the slopes in the high country. God probably Craggy Teton Mountains of North West Wyoming steep and deep Jackson hole is as a magnet for extreme skiers right. They're buddies goading them on on Matt Beauregard. And Rick lawler drop a fifteen foot cliff in this glade. Area called the tower three shits as just a melody honestly. You were just rep around rounded bounce. Skiing inbounds inside. The patrolled boundaries of the ski resort generally thought to be safer when it comes to avalanches. That's because all season skiers. I've been packing this snow down and stabilising it. But Matt Beauregard knows that's no guarantee we've actually triggered small slides on this exact face. They may duck a rope and ski ski out of bounds into the back country. But even here at the resort. They're wearing avalanche transceivers and safety gear. Just in case education's probably the most important thing. Rick here's wearing an air bag for added protection so in the case that he is stuck inside an avalanche you'll be able to pull this cord and hopefully float to the surface inbounds or in the back country. Avalanche danger is high across the mountain west. An unusually snowy early season followed by drought than dry powder. Storms then a punch of heavy wet snow last weekend in Utah. Today's storm dumped six and a half feet in Little Cottonwood Canyon home to the snowbird and Alta resorts awards and it ended up closing little cottonwood for fifty four hours and forty eight. Avalanches were reported one of those hit. The Road Mickey Champion is a forecaster here at the Utah Avalanche Center. She recorded wind speeds up to a hundred miles an hour on Ridge tops that further destabilize the already volatile snowpack in the Wasatch satch mountains. And then you put a big wrong heavy load or a wind load on top of that it just kind of upside down. It's like a pyramid when you take out the Baser Django when you remove one of the pieces says there were no fatalities reported in Utah. But last month skiers were buried and killed in avalanches within patrolled terrain at resorts in California and Idaho. Oh all of this is putting the round. The clock work. People tasked with keeping these mountains safe under the microscope Jackson Hole. Ski Patrol Director Drew Neilan stepping into his bindings above. You can't see it in the fog now. But there's a big cirque above us here and that's Casper Bowl. All and all that terrain is avalanche terrain every morning at dawn before the tram and the Gondolas Starts Spinning Army of Nielsen's patrol or detonating explosives lives to intentionally trigger slides. Now so skiers don't later and some of these can even be detonated remotely thanks to new robot like trolleys that reach even more dangerous surest remote places. Obviously we worry about avalanches coming down into the heavily congested areas. So that's one of our biggest concerns to get that work done early. Another big concern is simply that more. People are venturing out further into areas. They normally wouldn't have thanks to improved equipment. I think people assume that we're able that. We have the ability to completely eliminate the risk of avalanches within the scary. And that's just not the case but avalanche forecasters say along with the increased risk. It comes a new cachet becoming cool to say. You've taken avalanche courses and Dir as prepared as you can be Kirk Siegler N._p._R.. News Jackson Wyoming.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Anything else? Just wouldn't be smart. President Trump says the Fed's actions have handcuffed the economy and Trump says the major stock market indexes and economic growth would be higher today, if the Federal Reserve had not raised interest rates for times in the last year, the president says the economy will be growing much faster if the fed hadn't continually braised rates Lauren. Fathers in the United States tend to be better educated than men without children and relatively few men have children over age, forty these are some of the conclusions and a report released this week by the US census bureau, just in time for Father's Day report found that more than sixty percent of the one hundred twenty one million adult men in the US. We're fathers about three quarters of fathers are married. Almost thirteen percent of dads were divorced at eight percent had never been married. This is townhall dot com. Motors travel is ready Jackson Hole airport in north west Wyoming, as the best tiny airport in the United States here in grand Teton. National park beat out second place bozeman Yellowstone international airport in neighboring Montana. Although photos, did not specify what constitutes a tiny airport travel side, noted airline passengers arriving Jackson Hole or greeted by breathtaking views of the Teton range, the terminal includes leather chairs roaring. Fireplace Jackson Hole. Traffic numbers for the month of may showed a fifty eight percent increase in commercial activity over the same month last year round rocks reporting year today, passenger numbers have increased twenty one percent over record-breaking two thousand eighteen O J Simpson Saturday. Launched a Twitter account with video post in which the former football star said he's got quote a little getting even to do. The juice, did not elaborate what he meant by that. More of these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Patrick fos. To anywhere dot com. I hardy at the at the nine seven cancer. You're to.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"My guest, former park ranger who retired several years ago two thousand twelve but Wong excuse me. Seven years ago won't take off the uniform and throw away the hat because he volunteers for the National Park Service. Yes. But I don't have to wear the uniform or that. But you do we know I don't we have other volunteer on the ship. We have our own sort of clothing. Okay. Which says US has Cassin young on it. And that's another thing. So. There's no there's no uniform believe me the uniform was sometimes a bother something to wear real hot in the summer. Yeah. Yeah. And I will be at the Cassin young tomorrow. Unless the entire weather forecast changes between now within I did say that the most likely, well, the we are rule the volunteers rule for whether it is time of year is fifty and sunny at least. Otherwise, you don't have any people showing up. So. Okay. All right. Let's go back to the scenario. I suggested. Okay. Not taking the kids or maybe put the kids in a separate plane. Something good like that. Yes. Now, this is a trip to a national park and you picked the biggest in the baddest Yellowstone. So you're gonna go bad. You might go bad all the way. Well, I'm gonna let you pick it up from where he left off. But you've heard this. And I've heard this, and I've watched National Geographic do shows on this. That Yellowstone is supposed to have a volcanic eruption within one hundred years. One hundred is grows by like that. Don't sound so cavalier about that. It's going to blow up, okay? And if it does most of us are going with it. Defying most of us. Well, anybody probably within a couple of hundred miles of north west Wyoming. Okay. This is a this is a big one. This is the big one probably not as big as the earthquake in California. But if suddenly every everything at Yellowstone decides to explode, you're going to know about it. Meaning will be in all the papers. Oh, yeah. Yeah. If there are any papers left, okay. So it's better to go sooner than later. Yeah. It's the it's the most volcanic area on earth. Really? And that contributes to the geysers now. Well, yeah, Ben geysers are really leading the steam that is building up underneath the ground out of the ground. So it doesn't happen. Quickly. All right. It's it is a big deal at some point. It may become a big deal right now. I wouldn't worry about it. Now finish telling me about a getting there. And what to do now that you have arrived. Okay. First of all blitz. Big our family of four and this saying that they're going. Well, there is so much information on the internet now about any possible thing, you could imagine a question push. You can get a hold of the park. If you have a very specific question and ask them about it. So you should be well prepared. There's no reason not to be well prepared. If you haven't got a computer, there are certainly looks all around telling you about national parks what they have to offer. What you have to do in terms of are you camping? Are you staying in the park at one of the hotels? Are you staying outside the park at one of the hotels at a nearby town. I mean, there's all kinds of questions you have to ask yourself. Do you want to do this? Or do you want to do that? And that's where you start, you know, couple of months several months before you. Actually, go. Those are the questions that need to be answered. You can't be making these decisions and you're flying in the plane to someplace when is the best time. You've got twelve months a year give me range between what two months if you're going to go would be the wiser choice to go. Well, if you have children you're going to have to go between late June in the beginning of August, mid August. Okay. I gotta get back to school. Now, if you're traveling if you're a retired person or you don't you're not lugging children along then you can go from. Late may until mid September. Almost the beginning of October. It depends on the park where the park is is is it going to snow in the park at any moment after September thirtieth. Well, it could happen. I've been in Yellowstone wanted Snowden it wasn't October. So you you you never know when stuff like that is going to happen. But of course, if you wanna make your vacation nation, smooth, and you try and avoid that stuff. If you don't care about it, if you'd like to be there when it snows then pay going going Tober, but the thing is if you do that, then most likely you're not going to be camping because it's too cold and some of the priests places to stay within the park are closing. They don't stay open all year, there are six different places in Yellowstone to stay six different areas of the park. Six different big hotels. And so those are your choices, and they do fill up mean four million people are going to be there every year at some point. Just count them up. So you have to be aware of that. Now, if you're going to go in July when most of those people are going to be there, then you run the risk of either not getting exactly what you want or you should make arrangements way way in advance. It's it's very practical to you know, for to to think of it that way if you're going to go and everybody else is going in you have to make arrangements. If you're going to go on the edges, then do you don't need to be that that careful. Now, let's talk about the roughing it concept. You bring your tent to sleeping bags and your Coleman lamp and all these other gear things because you don't want to stay in a hotel motel. Yeah. It is. And it is cheaper. Yeah. That would be cheaper. But. The animals are out there. They are. And and they live there and wolves bears etcetera. They smell food and other things. So well one hundred hundred. Yeah. Well. A mile away several miles. They can tell that you've got goodies. Yes. Well, that's why the Rangers are very strict about what they allow campers to do with food and how to store it and everything like that. And if you're a regular camper, then, you know, pretty much what you have to do with the Rangers will tell you what you do have to do in order to make sure that you're safe tell tell me what a ranger would tell. A tourist. Camp. Yes. Well, probably did have to tie their food up in bags and hang it from trees. That's what people usually do or keep it in in coolers in the automobiles. They also do that. Although bears have been known to. Automobiles? Yes. But also the bears the bears pretty much know where they can go where they can't go. And they are usually scared off by one means or another the usually. But every once in a while you've got Yogi coming down doesn't care looking looking for a picnic basket a picnic basket. And and you have a problem you do not feed any animals. All right. Here's my question. You said tied up in trees bears can climb trees. Yes. They can. So how does that help you? Well, it it it doesn't maybe not keep it away from the bears. It keeps it away from most others the smaller end of the wolves aren't gonna be climbing up. No, no, they they don't like that sort of thing. All right. The raccoons can. Yeah. But then they'd have to climb out on a limb and everything they don't like that either. All right in carry something down with their mouth, right? You'd have been a font of knowledge. Now, suppose you wanna do it? The way the way you do it. Well, not the way I do it because I wouldn't do it. Way. I'd do it. But glam ping. Have you heard of glancing? No, that's a fashionable way of roughing it. Black and white TV. No. But you do bring a TV you do bring electrical. Items you bring a generator so you tower that electrical item. And that is a whole new concept of the twenty first century to go Lamping. Well, some some of the parks have electrical outlets at the at their campgrounds. Others don't have them at all they're campgrounds. So that would be a thing that you would have to ask call the park and find out what they do before you make your reservation for the campground, and and believe me, you would have to make reservations for the campground. All right. I'm gonna stop you here because it's time for us hit. Yes. It is. After the news. We will come back to you, sir. Ranger Richard Rancho ex ranger is CBS CBS news update in the nation's capital. Everyone is talking about the details from the special counsel's report that may be released on Sunday by attorney general William bar CBS has to co Killian says there's been crickets from the White House. The White.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"According to national parks dot org. The website for the national park found. Dacian? There are currently sixty national parks. But even that number is misleading. The United States national park system encompasses a total of four hundred and eighteen different sites. That span across eighty four million acres, which is more land than than a lot of entire nations possess. The system includes parks and territories such as Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam, just one of America's parks. Alaska's Rangel, Saint Elliot's national park and preserve encompasses thirteen point two million acres bigger than Yellowstone Yosemite and the entire country of Switzerland combined. The US national park system is is in total over ten million acres bigger than the entire nation of Italy within the number of four hundred eighteen sites. Only sixty actually include national park is part of their proper name like Acadia national park on Maine's Atlantic coast Everglades national park on the southern tip of Florida Grand Canyon National park in Arizona Yellowstone National. Oh park primarily located in north west Wyoming but bleed into parts of Montana, and I'd Aho in addition to these national parks there are eleven different national battlefields. Four national battlefield parks. Won national battlefield site, nine national, military parks. Fifty one national historic parks, seventy eight national historic sites. And then there are national memorials national monuments national reserves, preserves recreation areas fee, shores, lake shores and more. So how did all these parks get here? Well, some people don't think they are here. Some people think they're just lies pushed on us via the moon matrix manipulated reality being projected down onto earth facilitated by courts deposits and alien technology taking the positive reality programming coming from the sun's photons twisting them into negative reality. Projectors pushing us towards war and famine and discord whatever turmoil faves the nudity those damn ancient Babylonian brotherhood, reptilian motherfucker. Cres that have been slaved humanity from Linnea, but those people are considered by most academics. And scientists to be utter maniacs. So let's nor that perspective. We're gonna have some fun with wacky doodles who do believe in shit equally crazy to what I just said here and there throughout today suck. And if that gibberish did make a little bit of sense to you, thanks for paying attention to the David stuff. I've been talking about from time to time people who live in the real world where history has not been grossly rewritten where we're not be manipulated by aliens understand that the origin of our national parks can be traced back to eighteen seventy two on March. I eighteen seventy two then president Ulysses s grant signed the Yellowstone National Park Protection Act. The congress had just passed establishing Yellowstone National Park in the territories of Montana in Wyoming as a quote, public park or pleasure. Ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people and placed it under exclusive control of the secretary of the interior the founding of Yellowstone National Park introduced a whole new concept and not just the people United States. But to the world at large, and that's the concept of preserving land for future generations to enjoy ensuring that no one will build on it outside the.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nine hundred. I here's your forecast in the west widespread. Heavy precipitation across central to northern California will continue most of the day lower elevation, heavy rains potential flooding possible across central to northern California while very heavy snow measured in feet is likely through the Sierra and southern cascades, heavy snows through portions of the northern Rockies from. In north west Wyoming into central too far eastern, Idaho could affect travel with portions of I ninety four I ninety I fifteen north and south end, I twenty five in Wyoming and Montana all affected in the mid Mississippi valley, we'll see rain down through the Gulf Coast into the southeast that wet weather expected along I ten I twenty I eighty five I sixty five and I seventy five out of Atlanta today watch for icing along I forty four from Oklahoma City to Saint Louis. There's a look at your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks so much, John. We'll have more from the president's press conference from North Vietnam. Excuse me from Vietnam concerning North Korea. I'm still forty years ago. Five point nine FM. This is what's going on mornings five ten ninety. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day. The latest forecast backups in delays to the stories behind.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For travelcenters of America. Here's your forecast in the west widespread. Heavy precipitation across central to northern California will continue most of the day lower elevation, heavy rains potential flooding possible across. Central to northern California while very heavy snow measured in feet is likely through the Sierra and southern cascades, heavy snows through portions of the northern Rockies from north west Wyoming into central too far eastern. I'd Aho could affect travel with portions of I ninety four I ninety I fifteen north and southbound I twenty five in Wyoming and Montana all affected in the mid Mississippi valley, we'll see rain down through the Gulf Coast into the southeast that wet weather expected along I ten I twenty I eighty five I sixty five and I seventy five out of Atlanta today watch for icing along I forty four from Oklahoma City to Saint Louis. There's a look at your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks so much Johnny six ninety Red Eye. Point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington small W A L. This is what's going on here? Wanting some five ten ninety am I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day. The latest forecast backups in delays to the stories behind.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Congressional Democrats are accusing President Trump of promoting misinformation and malice responding to President Trump's address on border security last night. House speaker Nancy Pelosi argued there are smart and effective bipartisan solutions that would curb illegal immigration that the president is rejecting these bipartisan bills, which would reopen government over his obsession with fortune forcing American taxpayers to waste billions of dollars on expensive and ineffective wall a wall. He always promised Mexico would pay for Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said that Trump prompted the ongoing partial government shutdown in a tantrum over building a massive border wall. Pelosi accused Trump upholding the American people hostage with the shutdown Schumer called the wall ineffective and unnecessary. He said, the symbol of America should be the statue of liberty. Not a thirty foot wall last month. Trump said he would be proud to shut down the government over border security. Mark Mayfield NBC news. Radio. Police in Australia are investigating several suspicious packages that were sent to embassies consulates cities of Melbourne and Canberra. Australian Federal Police released a statement on Wednesday, saying the packages were being examined by emergency personnel. And the circumstances are being investigated. Police did not identify the embassies consulates involved. Australian media reported earlier that suspicious packages were sent to at least nine foreign missions in Melbourne, including the British German, Swiss and Indianapolis sees the US consulate in Melbourne reportedly said it had also received a suspicious package. Nasa says its newest planet hunting telescope has discovered. Three new worlds relatively close doors. Lisa Carter reports the most recent as a planet around a star about fifty three light years away it three times the size of earth. A year is thirty six days, and the temperature is a balmy three hundred degrees, it's likely gas planet, but denser than the gas giants of our solar system to other planets have also been found since July, including what astronomers speculate is likely. Alava world forty nine light years away orbiting so fast that a year is just eleven hours. The discoveries were made by NASA transiting, exoplanet survey satellite or tests launched last April. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Wyoming health officials say another cat has been diagnosed with bluebonnets plague three cats have been infected with the potentially deadly disease in the past six months all in northern Wyoming, the cat. Most recently infected belongs to a family in Johnson county, the others word Sheridan and in north west Wyoming's Campbell county, Wyoming department of health says the last time a human contracted the plague was in two thousand eight plagues a serious bacterial infection that can be deadly for pets and people if it is treated with antibiotics as soon as possible and the woman who was the oldest living person in the United States is dead. The daughter of Earlene Wilson said are one hundred and fourteen year old mother died Tuesday at her home in Cleveland heights, Ohio, the oldest living person in the world is one hundred sixteen year old Connaught Tanaka of Japan. Mark Mayfield NBC news. Radio style at lounge presents an.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Dollars for two courtside seats help that fan was a Lakers fan? Could you imagine first of all I mean, could you even imagine having that kind of resource to be able to spend that kind of money to go to a regular season game any type of game? But you got a story like that. I'd love to hear from you at eight hundred six three six eight six eight six because I run into people all the time. At the Sacramento Kings games of all places. That have come from Australia to go to a game that have come from Japan to go to a game. I tell the story about a fan in England. His name is Danny. He's a cop over in England. He reached out to me. Via Email about eight or nine years ago. Diehard kings fan watches every game. His dream was always to see the Sacramento Kings play. So he reached out to me we were in Toronto. I met him after I got off my radio show at ten o'clock eastern in Toronto. At a sports bar right across the street from Air Canada center. We sat there for about two hours. We talked about his love and how he was able to come over. It was his fortieth birthday and his wife was allowing him to travel to go see the kings play the raptors the game was the next night. So I- surprised, Danny. And I got him a press credential. And I said Danny when you come in to the game, come see me immediately. And he did and I gave him a press pass. And he was on the court before the game taking pictures with everyone, and I had to meet the then coach of the king's keep smart. And Keith said, you know, what if we win today? I would like for you to talk to our team after the game. Danny goes you kidding, right? He goes, no. If we win the game, I want you to come and speak to our players because I want our players to realize that they're not just playing for the fans in Sacramento and the fans that are at the game, but they're playing for fans from all over the world. So the kings won the game. And I'm looking across and we're on the post game show. On TV for like twenty or twenty five minutes. And I'm looking across the court, and I see Danny. So I'm trying to like I'm doing the post game show, and I'm trying to work with my phone texting. Danny go back go back into the hallway outside the locker room. So I get off the air. And I walked back outside the Sacramento locker room. And I see Danny I go did you see the coach Hegel JAT was unbelievable. I said did you go into the locker room? He goes. Yes, he goes. And he showed me all the pictures of him in the locker room. Now think about this. Here's a guy that travels from London. To go to see his favorite team play thinks he's just going to watch the game gets a press credential meets the head coach of the team and the head coach asks in the come into the locker room to speak to the players after the game. Now, I don't think there's anyone out there that's going to be able to top that fan story. If you've got a better story than that that I want to hear it. Because that is the true essence of sport. And you hear great stories all the time about what organizations do for fans that make an effort to travel around the world. And again, I I've got a lot of stories. I don't have a story like that. But I've got stories of of people that save money. And I really mean this for years. Who's dream? It is to go to an NBA game in Sacramento. And I'm sure it's the same way and other NBA markets. I'm sure people are doing the same thing and Golden State. I'm sure there were people that are going to be at the Lakers game on the thirtieth. When I'm there doing the kings game that planned their New Year's around going to see the Lakers. So pretty amazing. It really is. All right. Let's get to Mike in Sacramento. Mike, you're on the Jim Rome show with grant Napier. Go ahead. I talked to you a couple of times coming home watching the as game last year. And it was great. But the team I was chasing Notre Dame. I just retired last year. And the first thing I did from Sacramento was bought season tickets to the fighting Irish Notre Dame football. Wow. It has been such a great experience. And then this year just to go to see the Notre Dame northwestern I had to buy season tickets for north western just to see the Notre Dame game come on. Really? Yes. I did. That's unbelievable. Wow. Dan on top of that. And I went to the game. I got there. They were letting the players go on the field next thing. You know, I'm on the field, and I was on the sidelines for the whole Notre Dame north west Wyoming. I got great pictures of video, Mike, that's an awesome story, man. Happy new year to you. Happy holidays the quarterback for Notre Dame in book is from the town that I live in El Dorado Hills, California. And I watched in book players I ever NFL game. Because my son was on that team. And I've watched the book play from age eight all the way through high school, watch them play and all of his high school games, not all of his high school games. But a lot of them and the see him playing so well at Notre Dame and the remember what it was like watching play at eight years. Old. It's really neat man. I gotta tell you. It is really neat. Let's get to Tom in Baltimore. Hello, tom. Welcome to the Jim Rome show. Are you? So actually talking to the Super Bowl between the giants. And the ravens really and I had like three hundred dollars to my name. So me and my college about he fill we down and. I don't know if there's a will there's a way, you know, and maybe God had to of play into it. But it's unbelievable. Yeah. I mean like we got up early went to the stadium. We noticed a bunch of people wearing khakis and a blue shirt and you guys with they're like, oh, Orlando Magic security. So we went across the street the WalMart. We bought the khakis and the blue shirt. You know, we showed him our DNA let us in. And we worked the whole event. And then we thought we got busted guys came up to us. And then, you know, and we thought we got busted. So they actually put us down on the field. And we were there for the field and the presentation of the Super Bowl trophy and everything and I'm on TV and my friends are calling me. So well that that is pretty unbelievable, Tom. Thanks, man. We're out of time. But I appreciate the the phone call. Hey coming up in the next segment. The Nevada wolf pack. Don't take your eye off them. They are really really good. The head coach is Eric Muslim. And he'll join us next. The grant neat show. The Jim Rome show with Graham Napier right here on CBS sports radio..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Seattle. This is CBS news on the hour, presented by theraworx relief. I'm Sam Litzinger. President Trump is directing in American flags be flown at half-staff with thirty days to honor the memory of former president George H W Bush who died last night at age ninety four CBS news. Correspondent Omar Villafranca in Houston condolences soon. Poured in from leaders around the world from the United Kingdom to the Netherlands and Russia. Bill Clinton who beat Bush in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and later shared a close friendship with him said few Americans have been or ever will be able to match President Bush's record of service to the United States. Barack Obama wrote. While our hearts are heavy today. They are also filled with gratitude, the forty third President, George W Bush said in a statement, George H W Bush was a man of the highest character and the best data son or daughter could ask for President Trump praised Bush. Character while attending the G twenty summit in Argentina terrific. Mr. Trump is also designating Wednesday's national day of mourning the president sat down for a trade show down over dinner with China's president after that Chinese state TV says there will be no additional tariffs after January first negotiations between the two countries will continue no official statement yet from the White House. President Trump is still pressing congress to fund a border wall with Mexico, which she'd repeatedly promise that Mexico would pay for. Julia Manchester's a reporter for the hill newspaper, minority leader Chuck Schumer has floated this one point six billion dollar spending deal on that would include some concessions for President Trump's immigration policies. However, I think Republicans really want that five billion dollar deal that would include even more funding for barriers and border wall. Democrats take control of the house next month, the Broward County supervisor of elections Brenda Snipes has been suspended from office by Florida's governor Snipes faced sharp criticism over. The election and recount process during and after the midterm elections. All statutes data set folding state. We take the appropriate kind of training. We are have invested in a lot of equipment. But there are issues that need to be dealt with snipe says she tried to do her work with integrity. Forecasters issued warnings of potential avalanches across the rocky mountains because early winter snows and ongoing storms. These are dangerous conditions across much of Colorado, north west Wyoming parts of Montana, special advisor has been issued around the communities of Aspen and gunnison. Colorado conditions already rated is considerably dangerous were expected to worsen CBS news to experience relief from muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Now from the KIRO radio news room and streaming on the KIRO radio app Bellevue homeowner calls police after hearing someone break into their house earlier this morning police arrived and found the suspect trying to break into a nearby construction company. And that's when the car full of suspects took off however short time later officers located that vehicle in the middle of the road on its roof. And there were three injured passengers in the car and the driver with located a short way arrested officer Seth Tyler says that all four were taken into custody Bellevue. Police was also busy yesterday. When a man force a woman's car door open to steal it. It started. When a man threw a traffic cone into the road while she was driving near Wilburton. The man then punch the car window when she asked what was he doing? She pulled over to call police, and that's when police say the man tried to steal her car suspect, actually ran back up to her vehicle, and then attempted to get into the driver's side door for car. Open the door, and then grabbed her and said get out of the car. Officers said Tyler says the man was arrested and was most likely under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Homeless county sheriff's deputy and canine officer are uninjured after being rear ended on I five near state route five twenty six this morning. The deputy was on a routine traffic, stop both. He and the other driver were in their cars when the collision happened. The tenant David Bowman in this county sheriff's office says it's fortunate that no one was hurt types of what we call routine. Traffic stops can turn very dangerous very quickly for the simple fact that so many officers and troopers in our area seem to end up getting wow. On a traffic. Stop like the state patrol is currently investigating the incident a soldier driving on joint base. Lewis mcchord Friday morning turned into a group during a ruck March exercise, injuring six soldiers are those two or more serious over last year treated at home. Bay spokesperson. John Norgren says the two seriously injured are still recovering from non-life-threatening injuries. The accident happened around seven thirty AM in the Louis north section of the base base. With authorities are investigating the incident time.

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never I'm Sam Litzinger. President Trump is directing an American flags be flown at half staff for thirty days to honor the memory former President, George Hw Bush who died last night at age ninety four CBS news. Correspondent Omar Villafranca in Houston condolences soon. Poured in from leaders around the world from the United Kingdom to the Netherlands and Russia. Bill Clinton who beat Bush in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and later shared a close friendship with him said few Americans have been or ever will be able to match President Bush's record of service to the United States Barack Obama road. While our hearts are heavy today. They are also filled with gratitude, the forty third President, George W Bush said in a statement, George H W Bush was a man of the highest character and the best data son or daughter could ask for President Trump praised Bush's character while attending the G twenty summit in Argentina, terrific guy. He'll be missed any level life. Mr. Trump is also designating Wednesdays a national day of mourning the president sat down for a trade show down over dinner with China's president after that Chinese state TV says there will be no additional tariffs after January first negotiations between the two countries will continue no official statement yet from the White House. President Trump is still pressing congress to fund border wall with Mexico, which she'd repeatedly promise that Mexico would pay for. Julia Manchester's a reporter for the hill newspaper, minority leader Chuck Schumer has floated this one point six billion dollar spending deal that would include some concessions for President Trump's immigration policies. However, I think Republicans really want that five billion dollar deal that would include even more funding for barriers and border wall. Democrats take control of the house next month, the Broward County supervisor of elections Brenda Snipes has been suspended from office by Florida's governor Snipes faced sharp criticism over the. Election and recount process during and after the midterm elections. Statutes data set in the state. We take the appropriate kind of training. We are have invested in a lot of equipment. But there are issues that need to be dealt with snipe says she tried to do her work with integrity. Forecasters issued warnings of potential avalanches across the rocky mountains because early winter snows and ongoing storms. Naser dangerous conditions across much of Colorado, north west Wyoming parts of Montana, special advisory has been issued around the communities of Aspen and gunnison. Colorado. Us conditions already rated is considerably dangerous were expected to worsen. This is CBS news..

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"north west wyoming" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"north west wyoming" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In an American flags. Be flown at half-staff with thirty days to honor the memory former president, George H W Bush who died last night at age ninety four CBS news. Correspondent Omar Villafranca in Houston condolences soon. Poured in from leaders around the world from the United Kingdom to the Netherlands and Russia. Bill Clinton who beat Bush in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and later shared a close friendship with him said few Americans have been or ever will be able to match President Bush's record of service to the United States. Barack Obama wrote while our hearts are heavy today. They are also filled with gratitude, the forty third President, George W Bush said in a statement, George H W Bush was a man of the highest character and the best data son or daughter could ask for President Trump praised Bush's character while attending the G twenty summit in Argentina terrific. He'll be missed a whole life is Trump is also designating. Wednesday's a national day of mourning the president sat down for a trade show down over dinner with China's president after that Chinese state TV says there will be no additional tariffs after January first negotiations between the two countries will continue no official statement yet from the White House. President Trump is still pressing congress to fund a border wall with Mexico, which she'd repeatedly promise that Mexico would pay for. Julia Manchester's a reporter for the hill newspaper, minority leader Chuck Schumer has floated this one point six billion dollar spending deal that would include some concessions for President Trump's immigration policies. However, I think Republicans really want that five billion dollar deal that would include even more funding for barriers and border wall. Democrats take control of the house next month, the Broward County supervisor of elections Brenda Snipes has been suspended from office by Florida's governor Snipes face sharp criticism over the election and recount process during and after the mid. Term elections all statutes data set forward in the state. We take the appropriate kind of training. We have invested in a lot of equipment. But there are issues that need to be dealt with snipe says she tried to do her work with integrity. Forecasters issued warnings of potential avalanches across the rocky mountains because it really winter snows and ongoing storms. These are dangerous conditions across much of Colorado north west Wyoming parts of Montana. The special advisory has been issued around the communities of Aspen and gunnison. Colorado. Us conditions already. Rated is.

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