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"riverton" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"A busy season. David's been running around. I've been running around now. We're finally in the studio ray to another show for you so it's good to be back so just in time for some hunting season. It's kicking off here in a couple of days. I was gonna say here pretty quick. You're going to be head into the back country right. Yeah he's like yes. Kazeem been out doing trade shows so he's ready to go hunting. If you're a bow spider customer apologize you will. You can call the office that the gals will take care of you but as far as my phone. The voicemails getting changed to. If it's september i will call you in october. I like it. I think that's fair. And today we have a special guest with us My good buddy matt. Good man how are you doing. Good thanks for having me. Yeah it's good to have you man so matt just so that all of you know he. He builds custom rifles in his day. Job for cross eyed custom rifles here in riverton. But he's also on search and rescue and so i was like man. You know what we should have. You wanna talk about all these cool things that you get to do all this fun stuff so i think it's going to be a lot of fun today. Talk about that so welcome to the show. Thank you one of the things that you know. A lot of people don't think about is search and rescue until they need it. And so i know this year you and i got to work on a search and rescue together. I think the only time sportsman think about search and rescue is when they're checking out fishing donate to access yes. Do you want to donate to search and rescue. And i'm hoping by the end of this. Everyone when they see the do you want to donate search and rescue a dollar to. Yes i definitely so tell us a little bit about search and rescue and can how it works..
"riverton" Discussed on KOMO
"There, saying maybe mid week. Meanwhile, the Arlington site is set to open tomorrow. Administering the Visor vaccine. We're hearing there was a collision last night in Bremerton, involving a driver in a pedestrian pedestrian who was hit a 16 year old girl who apparently walking with another person and a bicyclist on kid. Step way at Northlake wait Northwest. Riverton Police say an 85 year old woman was driving south bound on North Lake Way approaching the intersection. We're in. For some reason the driver left the lane hit the 16 year old and then continued over Iraq and bank mint into the parking lot below. No word of the drivers sustained any injury. The victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center. We were told she was treated and later released the second pedestrian, apparently sustaining minor injuries after being hit by debris. The bicyclist was not injured. Looks like the State patrol now will handle that investigation. Coma News did confirm of the Washington Department of Transportation State Route one of nine year Hoke William closed once again because of additional slide issues near that area of Mile Post, three just west of the city. The roadway had reopened about 6 P.m. last night after a long term closure, dudes who was slide And then listeners calling Come on. Who's this morning and learning is that some large boulders and walks were on the roadway blocking and it looked like maybe some to bring on the side of the road was ready to give way. So road close signage has been reposted for both directions until further notice. Detours are now back in place. Let me try the story again. Happy zero day to all Seattle lights the record lows set in Seattle 71 years ago on this date. Could stand the test of time or at least.
"riverton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Indiana sports talk brought to you by Indian, a donor network in the banks of the Wall Bash tournament. Park heritage. 82 45 winners over Riverton Park Rich Schelsky joins me, coach. Congratulations on the win. Thanks, Bob. We're we're happy for excited, excited that we're getting a play right now. You should be and you're also 12th into a There's That's another bonus for you right now. Yeah, we're we're gonna be a work in progress way do have four starters from a really, really good team last year, but two eggs loaded this year, so we're not gonna pay too much attention to the rankings, probably until we get the march, but it's good that we're getting recognition. But we we've got a long ways to go. But, um You know, I think we've gotten better from last weekend this weekend, so We got another big game. Another tonight with the rivalry game against the You know, our county County rival. And then tomorrow night of across the river rival was a man. And so you know, we're we've got a tough one. Tomorrow night. They'll be jacked up high to place we're gonna have to bring her best effort. Well, I hope you bring the same defensive ever to head tonight, too. With you tomorrow night. Yeah, way. We're pressure definitely caused him some trouble. And you know, in Riverton parts defense. They graduated a bunch of guys from last year's team. So you know we're really athletic, and when we can get out and pressure and And and wreak some havoc. Can we weaken? Turn turn defense the possessions into some points pretty quickly, and that's what happened tonight. We're gonna need definitely some or the same tomorrow night. All right, Who plays well for you tonight? Well, Signor Reilly Ferguson, who really came in strong at the end of last year. Hey, came up Big Force had 24 points and at five threes and He struggled both games last weekend that went and I think he was like one of 10 from three last weekend, and, you know, so it's great to see him bounce back and find his shooting stroke and junior Noble Johnson, who started divorce last year, but was more of our Defensive stopper. He's head back to back games where he had 18 and 19. And right now, at least at least in this part of the state, I would consider him definitely one of the one of the most improved basketball players in the state. And so those two guys really were big for us, and hopefully we get get the same efforts from them. And you know our our other two big main guys counter Davidson, Christian Johnson. They'll be there when we need him, and that's the good thing about this team. Rich shell skis. The basketball coach should park heritage in the banks of the wall bash. Tournament. They beat part. Riverton Park 82 45 taken on South a million tomorrow night Rich Thanks for the call. Good luck tomorrow night. Thanks, Bob. Thank you. North Davey 60 to 35 winners over Springs Valley, North Davis, number 10 and one A breakdown. Rampal joins me, Coach. Thanks for calling Congratulations on the wind. I get touchy couch. No problem and good way. Start our season. Finally, we think about a week and a half late here, but we got it in and Good play tonight. You know what you know, Coaches. I have a very simple theory. You want to take care of problems in our world Put coach is in charge. Put teachers in charge. You know what I mean? Put teachers and coaches in charge because we're the most flexible people you're gonna you're gonna ever meet. We understand how to get people to work together and we can adjust on the fly. You'd throw it, throw anything at us, you want to, and we'll figure it out. Well, I like I definitely like how you put that and that's you know, that's one thing we're I've come out of my comfort zone. And you know, a lot of our coaches like to be prepared and overly prepared, and that's out the window these days and you know up until Thursday afternoon. This week, we were playing shoals and bright that they would get a phone call and said We can't play shoals. Now we're gonna go to Spring Valley and play and it's one of those things. A zoo coach We're gonna have to change. And like you said, we're gonna have to be flexible with this season and we're gonna have played who we can when we can and and just go with it, And it was a lot of fun tonight to get that done. I think if you if your foundation like it is with you is a solid defense and you go out there and you when you follow your defensive principles, your office will come along and defensively you know you were great tonight. Well, you're right. You know, we lost four seniors last year that we're three year starters and Brian. So we We've got some some reloading to do, but we've got some awful smart kids and like you said. I mean, this is my 21st year here in North Davies and kids know the system and know how we do things, and we just kind of plug plug in from some new guys on go for it. It was. It was a good night. That said, you know, just show up and play and do what we do. So that's that's exactly what happened tonight. All right, who plays well for you tonight? Well, we had We had several contributions. Defensively, we really played well. We have two senior Psych Woolford and Bryce Cone's really clamp down on the other team's best player. Darren Longer also did that as well. Jalen Mullan and Lance and Logan Wilson are sophomores Did the bulk of our scoring tonight s O. A total team effort is probably gonna be that way all year. Big win or Davis 60 to 35 over Springs Valley. They are ranked number 10 and single leg brindle rippled. Always great to talk to you. Thanks so much for the call. Good luck next time. Well, thank you, Coach. Appreciate it. Appreciate it very much. Ryan Osborne joins me the head coach of caramel there, Number two and 48 tonight. They beat Lawrence Central 64 35. Coach. Congratulations. Thanks, Coach it Ze. Great to hear your voice again. You great to hear you. You know I love you. You're one of your one of ours. You know that? You know, I was just hoping that we would get to this point. It's just exciting. The build a rolled out and play again. I would tell you this that and you know, you know me. You've known me for a while and.
"riverton" Discussed on X96
"A lot on American Pie. Children's book is also in the world. Children's book about a plane crash that killed three rock stars. Okay, that's what we need. So he's he says. I'm going to get behind the song. I'm sure that it'll reveal a whole lot about just how it was created. Well, going on in my life to your answer. The devil is Mick Jagger, just saying Rolling state I didn't know that. Oh, yeah, sure, but it's you know, it is a great and yes, he did. You didn't beat his wife did But we could get to the bottom of that. So these are the things that I think are important in the news today, Alright? Uh, traffic. There is a crash North found 10th south 10th west in Clearfield. Traffic appears to be blocked in most direction. So avoid that area if you can. We've also got crashed south on red. We're road a wedgewood won't 134th south in Riverton. Two left lanes are closed there. Crash s R 1 12 Mile east of Grantsville into Wila. Let me check our message. Dream where you send us tens should consent him about cows or traffic or whatever you like. 33986 See Boners round one coming up, right? Let me look and see. Oh, there they are..
Michigan governor declares emergency after dams collapse
"All right there's problems in Michigan tonight nothing to do with cold food nineteen or the governor's orders they've got better actually in an emergency declaration the Eatonville dam in Sanford dams that failed in Midland county thousands of residents had to immediately evacuate their homes this past day downtown Midland could be under nine feet of water bite later this morning according to the up straight up update this past evening following those two collapses yeah a flash flood emergency is in effect for the areas downstream which includes Midlands city and Friedland Michigan dot Midland county emergency management told people in Midland city L. located west of east main and south of U. S. tend to get out immediately this past afternoon yeah we have been talking about this slow moving storm the reins the rains which there's more to come yeah we have locally a number of issues here in southwest Ohio northern Kentucky southeast Indiana of the emergency alert alarm from going off on people's cell phones all morning long you know one flash flood warning after another was issued but Michigan has been getting doused with that same slow moving storm over several days triggering fear of imminent dam failure and flood warnings across the state now at least two rivers in mid Michigan the two double wasi Riverton in Midland and the rifle river near sterling I had major flood stage this past afternoon that's what said the dams past their
"riverton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Joining us your words Riverton road show time you probably remember this Larry I don't know about you but I was surprise and then reminded the Chris Smalling was Ahmed ninety eight Pacers team that ask about they'll shave their heads looked like yeah yeah yeah that it spoiler alert that make the bulls work for took my memory serves me correct in the in the ninety eight east finals but I forgot that moment was was on that team and it was a good pace or stick twisted that was a good day Pacers squad really good I mean Reggie was you know fully Reggie bye by that point and Smits was died you know just really good player really good player maid service go for and he was yeah he was top inside inside fifteen feet I think they did at that point and they have both of the Davis is the Davis brothers yeah who were brothers but they called the Davis Davis brothers mark Jenny saves the bay area gag too he's he's from yep yep my thinking requirements may be you know to you today but really good due to a really really good guy I just huge dude like he was he was he was built yeah though those are Jackson Jackson on the team yeah because mark Reggie the Davises Molly Smits.
"riverton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Bernard Riverton we are very fortunate today to have someone who I call my congressperson I've been with her for many years I've seen her dedication to her decency and she has a voice that is most refreshing I'm talking about congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney and she was instrumental in getting the never get education has passed in the house and I was going to be in the Senate and Carolyn Maloney is the first woman to represent the twelfth congressional district here in New York City she's also the chairperson of the committee on oversight and reform welcome congresswoman Maloney good to have you with us my honor to join America's rabbi in America is a Reverend you know in the in the community and asking for their help in passing this important bill well I'm glad you called us America's clergy because of we said that yeah that we can't and you know hopefully you'll get that passed as well that that clergy title yes so I I remember standing with you it was at the center of Jewish history he was surrounded by number of Jewish leaders and survivors of all the camps and here we are the this year commemorating the seventy fifth anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp and you said that it would be an up hill battle for some reason there were those who would not in favor of passage of this act which I don't understand but you wouldn't give up and here we are now you're past it now it's on the way to the Senate we not only pass it Reverend we passed overwhelmingly it was one of the few truly bipartisan SAP's efforts we had three hundred and ninety three voted for it only five voted against it it's now in the Senate there thirty six co sponsors twenty one Democrats fourteen ours Republicans and one independent so it's on the passage if we continue focusing on it and working on it and we need to get past that and get it to the president's desk for his signature you know this is so important because one of the things that I learned from our Judeo Christian faith I'm giving I'm I'm in the right I really but those words rehearse these things in the ears of your children and pass it from generation to generation and the only way we can preserve an understanding of horrific history that's taken place is to put it in our educational system in some way according to surveys in the U. S. and Canada they've shown that you know a lack of knowledge is shocking lack of knowledge about the Holocaust especially amongst millennials we're having that problem even with African American history where young kids don't even know who Rosa Park City I think history in general I think you'd be asked people about important facts in history Jewish Christian American whatever you're going to get a blank stare you're going to get a non response what's your reaction to these realities well the reality is to create a federal database and pleasant plans from kindergarten through high school that teachers can access across the country already twelve states including my state New York currently require a Holocaust education and the bill that we just passed the never gain education actor clearly says that it's not enough and to recognize the dates of Auschwitz and the numbers and so forth but we need to understand the atrocities that led to this and this bill we need to not only remember those lost but we need to honor those alive and and maybe hard to believe the pew research center building on your your your research Reverend and and rabbi they recently issued a report that fewer than half of Americans surveyed knew how many Jews were killed in the Holocaust another report found that only thirty eight percent of American teens knew the Nazi's killed six million Jews and only a third knew that Hitler was democratically elected most people thought this car was not a takeover a coup so the best way to I know to help people remember the Holly cast is to hear firsthand from the people who went through it deceived good lesson pant plans and get them out to them this is a bill will be get it allocates ten million a year I'm not right ten million over five years the the the never again Education Act will be housed in the Holocaust memorial museum just a few blocks from the capitol and it will give teachers the resources and training they need to teach our children the important lessons of tolerance understanding acceptance working together the consequence of intolerance and hate that led to the Holocaust so soon one of things that I know people will ask about is the the database the fact that the materials are in this database is is excellent but now it's going to go from there into the student's minds and I think people will be concerned who's teaching how is it being taught how do we know that a lesson plan will become something that is going to be meaningfully presented a teacher's going to have some some kind of training as well particular training so they'll know how to teach it best well that there is a ten million dollar allocation over five years ten billion a year to be spent helping teachers and promoting this and are working to a train teachers so that that's built in and what's so inspiring to me is that I'm going around the city talking about this and some private sector leaders have come in and said that they want to match it all I can say as a former teacher is that one of the hardest things is writing lesson plans particularly if you don't have an in depth understanding of the issue so this would be very very helpful to issues that have curriculum that has been tested and is good I have read the curriculum for New York City and I I think it's absolutely excellent so to have all that work already prepared that they can access and have people at the museum that they can talk to the museum already has an impressive collection of educational materials this will build on what they already have and we should all thank the Holocaust museum for accepting this responsibility and being the center of this education piece for all Americans so let me ask you a question of the question congressman according to the anti defamation league anti semitic incidents in United States of spike roughly about sixty percent between twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen and the NYPD figures show over a hundred and eighty anti semitic incidents in twenty eighteen which is a twenty two percent spike from twenty seventeen and thirty eight point six percent increase from twenty sixteen how was your bill the never again Education going to help these realities well I think the reality is that we have learned is that we have to speak up and we have to be speak out loudly that complacency is dangerous and my city in New York we had over thirteen attacks within a week period including the the terrible anti semitic attack in a rabbi's home during the festival of Hanukkah where they literally had a machete attacking people building on the worst attack in our history the horrific shooting at the trees synagogue in Pittsburgh the most deadly assault ever against the Jewish community in American history eleven people died all these are horrific but after we we will March together and I rabbi static spoke at that and I need March with all of us and it was heartening to see him there and to participate in a solitary March in New York following these attacks and I hope we can work together with that same spirit of solidarity moving port I I think when you have a tax we have to stand up we have to speak out and we have to take action and certainly people children and people are not taught they're not born with hatred there caught it so we let's teach love understanding acceptance of working together in a positive way I've never seen this type of activity in my life in New York never and now unfortunately it's in the neighborhood in which I live blocks from my home in a park in the in the youth.
"riverton" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"It anyway so so yeah so I think you might get. I don't think it's going to be homeland. What if he's GonNa be integral into would ever defeat might come to homeless? See I think people like that. They only only redemption that is usually afforded them is to sacrifice themselves. Make that play in order to save somebody else net. Maybe we can have redemption. But it's not going to be something that makes him grow or heats him around he's got to like give in order to get redemption. He can't do well and feel good about themselves himself and get to live with that. That's not the kind of redemption. I think that's in store for him. No no and I I agree but I think the maybe caveat to that is. He's aware that feeling when you are a being who is so separate from humanity Knows how did you are inside that the only way you can be the only way that you can actually say I have worth is to sacrifice. Writes yourself in that moment you know and you know not not to not to be in. I mean that's I mean so many so many people maybe even think that when they make bad decision about their lives. But you know so certainly thinking about doing that. Please call our hotline. Unless you're Samurai than you what do you got to do well. Japan declared Samurai. You're not another table round. And let's King Arthur input excalibur on your shoulder for let let let's caller shelter avenue in Credit U. I can. I can Sam a professor all day long. I won't myself INAUGURA. Samurai myself curry the Samarai Mariah S. Her that's not a Riverton. Had some weight behind me you know. Unless the Japanese Emperor has decided that I get a feudal domain of which the rule as a warlord I am not a Samurai I am not a shotgun that the emperor of China giving that people. The Chinese Samurai a Ronin Samurai without a master which means someone who was at one point eight. Samurai I or who trained to be a Samurai But.
"riverton" Discussed on X96
"Ninety six right so let's see we are it's a nine nineteen were broadcasting from our Riverton Chevy south Jordan gateway is where you can find us we're here until ten but these guys will be taking your donations for the road home all day every day up until what we'll have to find the cut off date it's like the twenty third third place to have it here you give me a second I can play but so the recommend Chevy dealer to be taking your donations close up until love thanks Christmas excuse me the whole point of the road to the road home is making it easier for you to donate that way you don't have to come down to our road home broadcast which we are doing this year at the new Midvale shelter but maybe one of these rocky mountain dealers are are closer to your home or work and it's easier for you to drop off here that's the whole point would love to see though on those days will be broadcasting from the road home on the twenty two nineteenth and twentieth so I ran that's Friday yes okay yeah nineteenth and twentieth Friday into Saturday yeah yeah I guess I mean they're satyrs search on Friday Christmas falls on a a weird day this year so that's why we're so yeah nineteen women with nineteenth and twentieth so the road to the road home a lot yeah she's a school right coming up here the final one we do in Spanish fork is on the eighteenth then the next day we're at the road home and the next two days we are at the road home Midvale shelter all right so let's get to **** fight will have that for you here in about five or six minutes so before that a reasonable amount of news brought to you by could service Volkswagen northern Utah's hometown Volkswagen dealership right in the heart of latent twelve thirty north main street between.
"riverton" Discussed on X96
"It you know it's amazing to think of their work age range of you know kids who are in shelter from infants because they need diapers disposable diapers to teenagers the whole range of people who need that kind of assistance I'm just looking at a story here this morning new regulations going into effect for food stamps or what do they call it snap it Hey it looks like it's going to kick about seven hundred and fifty thousand people mmhm off of the food stamp rolls because we don't care because we as Americans just don't care sometimes that's enough to put people in a situation where they need the services of the road home maybe they were getting by just fine our are okay with that assistance and that assistance goes away you know I say I say we as Americans don't care that's why we have a homeless problem that's why people go hungry because we don't care and then you will say well it's the people who run things that that are doing this we don't care because if we did we would throw all those sons of **** out of office every last one of them throw them out of office and you're just talking here mon I'm talking nationally you know Donald Trump and the Republicans have the gall to cut taxes not for the little guy but for the wealthy they cut taxes and man they say and you know we're not we we don't have enough money to run the government so we're gonna have to kick people off food stamps that is those people will burn in hell if there is such a place they will just burn in hell but that doesn't help the people who are on the right here today so vote those people out of office I just can't stand it I can't stand the local got people who say well Medicaid expansion we know that you people you voters here in Utah wanted us to do full Medicaid expansion but you just don't understand it we have to make the budget just won't allow it we don't know how to just make it work we don't care how you do it just do it anyway build you know just a first come down here until bill in person that he doesn't understand where Riverton Chevrolet about a hundred and ten south Jordan gateway it's the frontage road on the west side of the freeway all right we will let's take a break we will be back we were broadcasting live from our Riverton Chevy today and will have things in Moscow Boehner's around to all that on the way stand by diamonds direct all this is great for Christmas the biggest sale in the diamonds director is going to do.
"riverton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Minutes on that part all right I don't want to be distracted driving real quick like that a storm travel across the center of the country good cause some major delays as we've been talking for those traveling ahead of thanksgiving just coincided with the peak of travel of the head of the holiday according to triple a thing of the daily number of travelers is going to increase yeah through today and into Wednesday after bring in cold and snow to parts of the north west to start the week the storm it gathers strength as it rolls into the center of the country today that intensification will allow the storm to bring snow and gusty winds from Colorado and Wyoming to Michigan and Wisconsin through Wednesday we'll break down some of the timing coming up here but I want to flip over to the national radar seeing number scene the area of snow expanding with some enhanced to snowball it's been falling over Denver and east of Denver for the snow coming down some of the heaviest I'm seeing on the radar snows extend from Denver up to fort Collins on through Cheyenne Wyoming others another area of snow back in western Colorado impact in Grand Junction US knows that extend on up through northeastern Colorado moving into western Nebraska there's some areas of pretty in the heavy summit had snow also following over out west central portions of broad Nebraska moving up towards South Dakota more snow back toward Riverton Wyoming snow pretty much between river ten and the west side of Casper at this hour but that's the storm as it comes out of the west to eastern of the Rockies gonna be intensifying through the day today I get a parsing fleet in.
"riverton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Temporary nurses mayor Lightfoot reportedly wants to give set asides to give an edge up on business with the city to gay owned companies Lightfoot who is gay herself reportedly he feels that to gay owned companies have had a history of discrimination so this is an idea that she is proposing over at city hall we're learning more about the whistle blower complaint involving president trump the complaint at a whistleblower in the intelligence community filed about a quote promise the president made reportedly involves Ukraine this according to The Washington Post The New York Times the president spoke to that country's recently elected president in July house Democrats are already looking into that call to see if the president and his lawyer Rudy guiliani tried to get the Ukrainian government to help the president's reelection effort meanwhile the intelligence community inspector general says he's not authorized to hear specifics of the complaint with the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff was pondering legal action Jerry both under washing out of resident trump is tweeting about this this morning he wrote the radical left Democrats in their fake news media partners headed up again by little Adam Schiff. are bad in the batting zero for twenty one against me they're at it again he says what he the conversation he had with a foreign leader was quote a perfectly fine and respectful conversation he said there was nothing said wrong it was pitch perfect that is the tweet this morning from president trump. in the Fulton the Riverton neighborhood earlier this week a woman was shot and wounded by an individual on a bicycle now police releasing video of that suspect in a local bike repair shop about a block away just before the shooting happened the twenty nine year old woman is recovering from her injuries and police believe that this was a targeted shooting WLS news time nine oh.
"riverton" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"The ground from people that showed up after and say they were able to see the markings on the ground where one or more than one so the saw it the the ninety nine point nine percent of them saw the markings on the ground and they looked like it had landed there. Were a couple. People said they were there. They saw it being ground right and the he said it was like I think like five meters ish round. He said when he got up to it. It was putting off heat so I don't know how much he but you know side note the owner of that field. This is not part conspiracy. The markings on the field were the markings on the field were burned. The entire field was burned and people go who destroy evidence. Nope nope that was the owner of the field tired of people showing up to try to see the markings so yeah. There's also conjecture gesture about that because I'll hear ago well this isn't I so. He said he did it yeah but he also said that he worked with them and kept people out while who the individuals that were researching it. He worked security for them like He. He took his his tractor and kept the kids and stuff out while they were looking into it then he burn the field so there is like. Did he really do it for that reason or did he do it because he was told the burn it. I don't know and who knows but he was more than happy much like the headmaster a to play ball with the individual. We're going to talk about here but like they said it was hot to the touch just to get close to it and the guy that sought on the ground. It was around silver saucer. He actually drew pictures of it it. He said it looked like it was in injection. Molded had no seems like he goes. He think when you see an airplane now there's Riverton Riverton panels this was just like one piece of metal yeah you hear that a lot the <hes> in in UFO encounters the the craft that they that they encountered right if they got anywhere up close. You couldn't see how it was put together right so John. You're at school you see this. You Watch it through the sky. You leave school grounds to run over to see even more. It takes off your kid. What do you do. What's your next move. Run around like chicken with your head. Cut off telling everyone yeah well. These kids leads they didn't do that. They didn't do that because they were told. Literally you saw nothing they were threatened with and given detentions for talking the people outside of school off school grounds on their own time literally the next day the the newspaper that day the newspaper came in the school told him your the local TV station one one.
"riverton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Six par carriage defeats Covington sixteen twenty four Pendleton heights all over Anderson thirty five to three ten top support thirty three to six pioneer shuts out when a mac fifty did nothing I feel that the tri west twenty eight to thirteen heights over Bronson Michigan thirty five nothing Riverton park over from central twenty two to twenty in the in network Indiana sports studios I'm Marc ducting with your scoreboard update let's get right to it Sam horns football coach south north Putnam bundle over cell block twenty twenty six coach congratulations thank you yeah crazy two weeks one by one point one week you know how to win these close games you knew this was going to be a match up so what's the difference in this wind at the this this year is because last year we got hands on and start were able to stop the dry option that's you know catch catch them there does a great job running that system and our kids will we've been practicing all summer in preparation for this game and when our next year that they caught us on some big plays but we you know we were able to to you know take away for their main for place you know and and they are great came along and have a great year but our defense did a great job stepped up big stock to two point conversion at the end of the game and then once again the what two years in a row where where he is seen as a guard against south mon and stop them in a previous situation so use our free that allows two weeks use hand same it's been that exciting start absolutely all right Sir step sudden plays big for you tonight I tell you what Colin Hines is one of our our two way players online which is tough as it is Colin found out this morning that his grandpa passed away tell any of us at the game and had some back again really proud of him and how he how he played marriage summers had I think over two hundred fifty yards for his first and second start ever as of March the quarterback Scott proctor I think cat is forced touchdown of the year receiving and Baker had a hundred fifty yards rushing with the Russian touchdown so everybody was doing a whole offense is quick in defense had two interceptions against so that's five on the air for themselves been a great start to the year north Fulton over south mon twenty twenty six Sam cars congratulations good luck next week about Doug Armstrong joins us the hit man in eastern Hancock they won again for you twenty two over Westdale Doug congratulations pretty impressive win tonight yeah thanks rob you know was though still gave us the run there for a while so there are guys you're fine good obviously you.
"riverton" Discussed on KOMO
"Forty to help solve the housing crisis the next step for this plan if it is approved by a vote today in the committee is then move on to a full council vote once again reporting on that story that is commercially stole one of Seattle's oldest city sanction homeless camps is moving to to quote a next month tent city three will soon be set up at Riverton park United Methodist Church the tent city was located at a university district church but its permit expired when that happened the campers moved to public land in Ravenna The Seattle Times as moving they will be September seventh several new billboards around the Spokane area asking people to think twice before vaccinating their children almost calling Johnson reports a nonprofit called informed choice Washington paid for those billboards they don't deny the fact vaccines are commonly used to prevent disease but they argue vaccines do pose a risk to some people and that exemptions are a fundamental right earlier this year in Olympia during the legislative session there was intense debate Margaret tweed told of a six year old Washington state boys she knew who died after receiving a series of vaccinations including the MMR he died thirty days after the vaccination in the hospital from encephalitis and meningitis two of the listed risks of the MMR vaccine KXLY reports data from the Washington state health department shows about eight percent of students in Spokane county have some sort of exemption both Spokane and Seattle listed in the top ten cities in the nation for having high rates of unvaccinated kids Carlene Johnson come on news straight ahead I'm bill o'neil new research says Washington state is near the top when it comes to how long you might be able to live I'll have more on why also run dry his battle with.
"riverton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Test they stay pretty much composed of the whole time he was composed and is now ready for to stay relaxed because all situations not one were you relaxed it is very engaged and he was very much a cooperative and participated willingly with this very interesting conversation and then about what happened was on the bridge one of those things that made him suspect was every time he was asked about the bridge to give a different story straight or to given two or three different versions by the time I talked to him about what was going on what it was doing didn't stop the reduced up and restore some boxes in Riverton going in reverse I mean it had variations of the story he's a talent scale in the end this girl's name Cheryl or name was and useful to me or next morning at seven AM and so he wants to expand the department and is that are you everything you know girls seven or in their form to that but you kind of awkward position awesome I wouldn't do that so I'm not only section it just made for I'm not always like they argue that the nation was a homosexual I was asking about bill this girl her apartment seven in the morning last name I would do that page seven every at seven in the morning in the girls apartment making heterosexual make matters like right yeah and that's was as you but it was he was a homosexual people I guess were suspicious of leaving home almost like so I'm not a homosexual but we had that discussion so I so what do you have a girlfriend this is not right now so they have you ever had a girlfriend they couldn't name one after a long conversation reckless that's the big question that it brought in there in the first place they do cause of death in the thing okay.
Asep Rocky, Sweden And President discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Documents show the man allegedly assaulted by American Rapper Asep Rocky and two other men in Sweden was kicked while on the ground and hit with a bottle there allegations rocky push them into the ground president trump.
"riverton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Barton Parkway. A little heavy still the earlier broken down vehicle. They're clear away week Parkway closed until early Tuesday morning. You're the Kennedy Center for construction now garage door repair dot com. The WMA hill Weather Channel forecast. We'll have thunderstorms developing this afternoon and a high of eighty two degrees. Scattered thunderstorms early tonight turning cloudy after midnight, a low of sixty one cloudy with occasional showers tomorrow, high sixty six it's seventy right now at Reagan national on John Matthews one five point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall WFAN. L? Now, Chris Plante. AM six thirty. If they had spies in my campaign during my campaign, but the lyrical purposes. That would be unprecedented in the history of country. Well, you know, there's the first time for everything. And here we are. Now, let's. That's not the same as many Ripa. That is not a mini riverton. Drumbeat there. Good Friday and welcome. We are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five. There was a mini riverton fest on CNN last night. Manderson pooper has friend Jim combing, they call them, Jim probably called him. Jim's resume Jim.
"riverton" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"He sent in his audio to ask wreck at RIC Edelman dot com. You can do the same. Here's what Bill last. This is Bill from riverton Utah journey rethink show Utah about the mean. The society in the United States. What I do now is cashless, but I do have some filter coins. They've been case having the barter for emergency food. Then I realized if the government were creed that are point of the realm. Under. On January first I worry that we might wanna feet for millions. The chain. Crypto currencies. So what is the current truth? What do I need to know? Earn the block. We need to buy currency ahead of the curve will earn see go up in value. And what happens or go wrong with the exchange from hard cash over into? Lots of great questions Bill, and yeah, you notice that I've been talking a lot on the program about crypto assets and blockchain because I am convinced. These are the future at some point in the future. We will be thoroughly cashless society the currency in your pocket will no longer be legal tender. We will be using nothing but digital currencies. And as you noted most of us are pretty much there already. I mean, how much cash do you have in your pocket right now? And how often do you use cash to make a transaction? You're using credit cards and debit cards. You're using pay pal? You're doing wire transfers, you're doing automatic Bank deposits. You know, your paycheck is going directly to your Bank. You're having auto Bill to all major payments, like mortgages and utilities and car payments. And so we're already largely a cashless society. But it's not official yet. We can still amply use cash. But I'm convinced at some point in the future. There's an argument as to whether. That'll be in the next three to five years or in the next fifty years big debate going on as to when we will be purely crypto environment. There's also the question of what will be that crypto currency will the fed simply create a crypto currency that turns the dollar into digital or will bitcoin, which is the leading current digital asset. I'll be the one that is used by everybody simply because it's got a big head start and wide adoption wider. I should say everybody else. So which is going to be and therefore should you buy bitcoin now in anticipation of the day when that becomes the default currency in the United States in elsewhere, lots of great questions? And unfortunately today, we have a lot more great questions than we have great answers. So for that reason, my advice is the following. Increase your knowledge and education about blockchain and crypto blockchain is the technology that allows bitcoin and other crypto assets to exist, and there are a couple of thousand crypto assets barium lake coin the list goes on and on and on so gain knowledge and understanding which will help you decide if you want to own bitcoin or any other crypto assets, I personally own crypto bitcoin blockchain a few others. I also I'm personally invested in a few funds of blockchain crypto. But that's just me. I'm I've been studying this for many many years, and so I'm willing to do it, gene. And I are confident that it's appropriate within our personal portfolio. But are we recommending this to folks, not really why extraordinarily risky? We have no idea if any of these currencies are going to survive or whether it will be replaced by something else. We have no idea which. Digital currency is going to be the one that is used in the future. There's a technology rest. There's a risk of being hacked. There have been lots of stories of that having occurred already. So there are a lot of downsides and we've seen massive volatility. Bitcoin was about twelve hundred bucks in the summer of seventeen rose up to twenty thousand box and then crashed down to three thousand bucks massive volatility. And so that's not really appropriate for a whole lot of folks. So if you're going to do bitcoin, a I make sure you get a lot of education understanding be minimize the amount of money you put into this see recognized. There's going to be a lot of volatility along the way and D therefore plan to hold for a very long period of time. And e finally be prepared to lose it all so if you're willing to do all the above then. Okay. Sure. Go ahead. I think for most folks, we should sit and wait four bitcoin ETF if and when that ever happens it'll be. Easier to buy it'll be a regulated security, which will add some levels of confidence for investors. There is no such investment on the market yet. The SEC keeps saying no to these. So our attitude is get yourself educated..
Germs In The Bathroom
"They worried that the putrid gas could harm your great great great grandfather's health as he sat on the toilet reading the Sunday paper. But after the bacteriological revolution fears about sewer gases gave way to concerns about germs collecting in bathrooms. One casualty of this war on germ 's was the occupant bathroom because what late nineteenth century home wasn't complete without a bathroom with drapes. Wood cabinets and carpets. That's right carpeted bathrooms. Do the bacteriological revolution would flush out, carpets drapes and porous would cabinet Trie in favor of free. Standing white porcelain toilets tile floors and porcelain, sinks and showers would eventually become mainstays and to make sure that your white toilet didn't have any streaks. Engineers also came up with a more powerful to officially dispose of waste in. The new porcelain Phil bathroom. There was nowhere for germs to hide and the bathroom became a centerpiece in the war on germs on average people flush. Six to seven times per day. So next time you do remember that our fear of germs and some pretty gross carpeting helped make the bathroom. What it is today? That's Michael you Dell from Drexel University in Philadelphia and much of the research for his story comes from Nancy tomes book the cost of germs. Speaking of germs. We got a question from a listener here's Mike from riverton, New Jersey. Of recycling. I recently bought some sandwich field stores.