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"rutherford county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:54 min | Last week

"rutherford county" Discussed on KOMO

"At the Rutherford County School system died of Covid because someone wasn't wearing a mask. This is a very This is a very shut. Uh the U. S. Is heading into the fall with four times more patients in hospitals than a year ago, more than 100,000 and health officials warn the surge isn't over. But it is on the move as cases and hospitalizations stabilize and hard hit southern states like Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. CDC documents show ICU Hospitalizations are on the rise in the northwest and upper Midwest. Unfortunately, what we're seeing is this virus is now moving up into West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. It's kind of spreading laterally, North, East and West. While in Idaho, one of the least vaccinated states. Paramedics in Boise, telling us nearly every patient with covid symptoms they take to the hospital is unvaccinated. This Covid virus has been kind of like a really long mass casualty incident that Just goes on and on and on. And so it's been definitely tough on my people here in Idaho Resources are exhausted, in large part because younger unvaccinated people are overwhelming the system, but those paramedics and hospital staff here they are determined to answer the calls for help. Even though some tough decisions are having to be made about who receives care in South Carolina, Alec Murtaugh was once a celebrated attorney but now can no longer practice law the South Carolina Supreme Court suspending his license due to accusations of misappropriating funds from the law firm his family helped build for decades. Murdoch's family has been the focus of national attention since the brutal unsolved murders of his wife, Maggie. 22 year old son Paul this past June. Are they breathing? No, ma'am, how was and my son and what is your name? My name is Alex Murdoch. Leave. Hurry, either one of them moving. Murdoch, calling 911 after finding their bodies, both shot multiple times near the family's hunting lodge, his brother speaking to us at the time, asking for the public's help. It's just hard to imagine somebody could be so sick as to Do this. Intentionally killed people like that. On Friday, the law firm where he works announced it had reported to law enforcement and the state bar that he had stolen money from the firm. His older brother, Randy, who still works at the firm, releasing this statement. I was shocked to learn of my brother, drug addiction and stealing of money. I love my law firm family and also love Alec, as my brother while will support him in his recovery. I do not support condone or excuse his conduct in stealing by manipulating his most trusted relationships Saturday, Just one day after resigning from the firm Murdoch called 911 shortly after 1 30 in the afternoon. To report that he had been shot Murdoch's lawyer telling The New York Times he was fixing a flat tire on the side of a rural road when a car drove past him, then came back to ask if he was having car trouble before someone shot him. He was airlifted to a hospital in Savannah, Georgia, with what authorities say was a superficial gunshot wound to the head. And Monday, Murdoch released a statement before checking himself into rehab. Saying that he'd quote made a lot of decisions. He regretted apologizing to everyone he heard, including his family, friends and colleagues. Story from ABC News correspondent Eva Pilgrim Come on news time. 7 20 good for business now is powered by Washington Federal Bank. And here's What that banks Brad Good. A new Fed survey shows US economic activity downshifted in July and August that is of concern. Fed blames rising worries over the delta variant of Covid 19 supply chain problems and labor shortages. You've heard it all, the Fed's survey noted, particularly weakness in auto sales due to low inventories caused by the ongoing shortage of computer chips. Analysts say this disappointing reports suggest the Federal Reserve may not pull back on monthly bond purchases as previously thought, meaning interest rates could remain low even longer. Well, those lower interest rates are also keeping home sales and demand hot with low mortgage rates. Redfin just out with a report today showing pending sales are up 6% from this time in 2020. Asking price is also up 10% from a year ago, but so are listings right now, Redfern says. 47% of homes listed went under contract within two weeks of going in the market 50% of those sold for over list price. That's good for business and common news. Stocks are higher on Wall Street. The Dow up about 139 points right now, at 1 35,070 s and P 500 up the 11. The NASDAQ is up, 45. We'll check traffic and weather coming up next and then the question in our daily trivia contest. Stay connected. Stay informed on all things. Covid 24 7 breaking news as it happens from co mo News, 1000 FM, 97 7.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And Clark Howard to to talk about how you should consider a free trial offer First more stories in the news. Here's Morrissey when he was a bill kayaks your police in Paulding County collar three teens wanted in a Buckhead pool party, shooting county police watching the home on Nebo Road Alert deputies in Paulding County. Suspicious activity. Deputies chase one stolen vehicle and arrest the driver after surrounding the home. They arrest three teams for a triple shooting in May near the Lindbergh Home Depot on Piedmont. The team suspects away. Transfer to Fulton County Grand Jury refuses to indict a fire Georgia state trooper charged with the murder of an unarmed black motorist after a slow speed chase for a broken tail light. Julien Lewis. His mother, Lindsey Martin can't believe her son's killer will walk free. He didn't have to do what you did to my child, but he did. And I think that something needed to be there to him about it. Her lawyer, Francis Johnson, calls this Craven County panel a runaway grand jury. We think it was set on a track to run away five forces that never wanted to see Jacob Gordon Thompson prosecuted in the first place, Johnson says the family's civil suit is continuing as a way to declare black lives matter If you want to declare all lives matter that you should be on the side of the G B I in this case, Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB A bloodhound in Tennessee tracks the scent of a six year old girl missing since May Fred the Bloodhound leads authorities to a barricaded outbuilding in Rutherford County, where they found the girl and her father. She had been removed from his custody in March after they were spotted camping under a bridge. The child hugs the dog who licks her face. She is now with defects. The father's under arrest, residents in Raleigh are watching where they step. Highly venomous zebra culprits. Snake is on the loose on the northwest side of Raleigh, North Carolina, in addition to its fight, which can be fatal. Zebra Cobra can also spit its venom. If court reporter Jim Crystal a says it was spotted on the porch of a home but slithered off before animal control arrived. Police tracked down the owner, but the snake is still loose. WSB news time 6 26 forward checking the Clark Howard. Let's check Weather and traffic. Today's forecast. Here's WSB the urologist Kirk.

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Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

Steve Sanchez

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

"Continue to search for the bodies of seven people believed killed. Yesterday's crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake. Among the victims was Joe Larra, an actor who portrayed Tarzan on television. The FAA says the Cessna C 501 plane was heading from Smyrna Rutherford County Airport to Palm Beach International Airport. When he crashed Saturday morning.

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Search for Bodies of 7 People Aboard Crashed Plane in Tennessee

Racer Radio

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Search for Bodies of 7 People Aboard Crashed Plane in Tennessee

"Investigators are continuing The search for bodies of seven people believe killed in the crash of day earlier of a small jet into a Tennessee Lake RUTHERFORD County fire rescue captain John Engel says recovery efforts are ongoing of Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, south east of

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"rutherford county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Beds are dwindling ahead of the anticipated post holiday search. California reach Two million confirmed coronavirus cases on Christmas even ST stayed home. Orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California are supposed to expire Monday. State officials say the orders will likely go for longer, but did not make a decision Sunday afternoon. Sheriff's office in Tennessee says the driver of a box truck that was her playing audio at a convenience store outside of Nashville has been booked on felony charges. The sheriff's office is a 33 year old man has been detained and charged with filing a false report and tampering with evidence. The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office says customers at the convenience store and members of a church nearby overheard the driver playing audio that was similar to what was her before vehicle exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas Day. No device was found in the truck. Japan's prime minister says he plans to submit legislation that would make over 19 measures legal for businesses and hold violators accountable as well as include economic compensation. Japan held a state of ocean be. Japan had a state of emergency in April and May and asked people stay home and for businesses to close their doors, But none of this was legally binding. Michigan Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer is hopeful that what next year will bring, but we guided by science. They're gonna work with states to make sure that our vaccine dissemination goes as slowly as possible. Vaccines will become more and more plentiful, The weather will start to heat up. She told CNN's state of the union that every month of 2021 will be better than the one before it, she says next year will be a great one for Americans because Joe Biden is taking office next month. An upscale restaurant in Beverly Hills is in hot water. The restaurant has allegedly been handing out invitations to select clients to attend a New Year's Eve celebration and doors L. A county's covered 19 restrictions. Currently in place Don't allow indoor dining. The invitations included were included in some clients. Food take out orders when they went to go pick up their food. Just when you were thinking 2020 Excuse me, just like you are thinking 2021 might be a haven some people claim 16th century French astrologer, Nostradamus predicted London's great fire and the rise of Hitler. His writings now appear to predict a zombie apocalypse, famine and an asteroid hitting Earth next year. NASA, by the way.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Slee reported that authorities have searched properties connected to Warner, whose neighbors described him as someone who kept to himself. Human remains were found at the site of the blast, and authorities are working to identify them. Marco Malard ABC news and in the last hour, the Rutherford County, Tennessee Sheriff's office tweeting that deputies are investigating a box truck that was driving around a highway east of Nashville. Playing audio similar to the Christmas explosion. With the covert stimulus bill languishing in Florida, as he had unsigned by sitting President Trump, who has threatened to veto it. Unemployed benefits have run out for millions of people and the federal government shutdown looms large on the horizon. NBC's Rachel Scott runs through the possible scenarios. You could sign this bill and get immediate relief to the American people. Or he could veto it. Now that would force lawmakers back to Washington to try and override the president. But if he does nothing over the course of the next several days, the bill will expire and then it's going to be up to the next Congress and the next administration to try and do this all over again and get relief to the American people. The president now saying that $600 checks the bill, provisions for the American people are not enough, Senator Bernie Sanders on ABC s this week. You can't diddle around. With the bill signed the bill, Mr President and then immediately Monday Tuesday we can pass a $2000 direct payment. The working families of this country. The more contagious variant of covert 19, discovered in the UK has now made it to North America. Two confirmed cases identified in Ontario, Canada. Meanwhile, here in the U S Copan 19 deaths were passing 330,000 the CDC reporting.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"We make it happen from the Genesis diamonds traffic center. A forty between Wilson and the Rutherford county line Stewart's verifying that is closed down because of an accident here at council. Twenty four weeks before Harding place, wreck in two thousand four westbound at white scrape bike and injury crash to forty eastbound twenty four at the forty split sixty five southbound. Briley Parkway an accident there. Traffic every ten minutes every morning on supertalk ninety. Six per customer proper and six thirty nineteen from the Megan capital management weather center of forward weather alert remains in effect. As does a severe thunderstorm watch strong to severe thunderstorms pushing south through the mid.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Stay connected with one zero six one FM talking iheartradio station. I'm Mike Hamrick. The political operative at the center of North Carolina's election fraud controversy has been indicted on felony charges Leslie Dallas was arrested and charged yesterday for obstruction of Justice conspiracy and possession of absentee ballots. Dallas worked on behalf of Mark Harris, the twenty eighteen Republican nominee for the US house in North Carolina's ninth district. A Raleigh councilwoman says she was assaulted by the mayor's husband councilwoman, K grounders says earlier this month. Mayor Nancy mcfarland's husband Ron confronted her after she unveiled a park plan at the Raleigh convention center. She says he was mad because she didn't mention the mayor who was unable to attend the event routers says that Mr. McFarland verbally and physically assaulted her. But it sends apologize. Health officials are reporting a meningitis outbreak in Macomb County the public health office says two people have died over the past three weeks, the bacteria causing meningitis can spread through contact with saliva. It is a fast moving sickness. With symptoms like fevers headache. Stiff neck to Rutherford county. Teachers are suspended during an investigation into alleged misconduct. Eric current in and Chris Brown. Our instructors in the central highs JR ROTC program. The Rutherford county sheriff's office has opened up an investigation after district administrators were first made aware of the misconduct accusations almost a week ago. And a man is fighting for his life after getting hit by a train in Kernersville. The accident happened yesterday morning at railroad and cherry streets. Police say the man was walking along the tracks. Did not hear the train coming because he was wearing headphones. Stay connected. Follow us on social media. Go to one zero six one FM talk dot com to connect..

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"rutherford county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Breaking weather update on super talk ninety nine seven WTN Ken Weaver in the WGN news center. Updating you on all the weather. We are experiencing and will experience the national weather service Nashville issuing a tornado watch until ten o'clock before the western half of middle Tennessee that includes all of Davidson county Nashville Williamson Rutherford Wilson, Chatham, Dixon. Montgomery Murray and Bedford counties. Heavy rain has fired back up right now radar showing most of it is now east of Nashville and south of I forty but there there is a a little area just to the north of hendersonville starting to move off further west back to the west of Nashville, and then just now getting into Dixon as a line of what appears to be very, heavy rain. Now, it may be heavy, but none of it is in the form of severe. Storms at this moment. But that doesn't mean we're out of the woods. We've got a risk for severe weather and possible tornadoes through eleven o'clock tonight Rutherford county, authorities have been advising people to stay home all day long. If you don't have to get out and Rutherford county. Authorities say just stay home. The Nashville office of emergency management has partially activated to make sure resources are available where needed if needed a sap. This is going to continue until the severe weather threat has passed. Now, this severe weather threat includes the combination of strong winds and saturated ground that could cause numerous trees to fall leading the power outages. We can't rule out a couple of tornadoes, and these storms will also bring a well. They'll just enhance the flash flooding threat that we're under we're under a flash flood watch until noon tomorrow, stay with super talk ninety nine seven WTN for continuing coverage next update coming up in fifteen minutes. This has been a breaking weather update on supertalk ninety nine seven WTN will return to our regularly scheduled programing next. Here's your forewarned weather forecast. Remain vigilant for flash flooding this afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms continue. Also, be some dry times when the rain comes down. We could see additional flooding watch out late today for strong to severe storms moving in from the west likely reaching Nashville between five and nine pm damaging win isolated tornadoes possible the severe threat moves out of middle Tennessee by midnight, cooler tomorrow in Brussels this show is brought to you by Paul Winkler Inc. Welcome to the second hour of the investigation show on all Winkler. Early Brown hanging out in the studio with me watching the crazy weather outside. See for sunshine Wason.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"One so on. So that means we're down to one nine one one hundred and ninety seven individuals have access to this year. How do you get it? All you gotta do is bring three local receipts from your holiday shopping Christmas shopping, bring them up to the chamber of commerce on the square square. And the hookah shirt your shirt gets you have to choose. There's a decision to make you can either do green or red. But you make that decision. And then you wear the shirt and your team, Manchester and. That's that's a great way to encourage folks to shop local. Yeah, I think it's it's twofold, we want to encourage more folks to shop local award for people who always make that cognisant decisions major award, right? And it's not even Frenchie lanes. Right. So thank you. For shopping local like that not everyone is like, my wife and takes pictures at each place. She goes. But this is a this is a good way to say thank you for people that do that. You know, we have great small business economy here. And it's this is just kind of a thank you to people that support that very good. So we had a one of your counterparts. Bill Nichols was here last week who is in the new vice mayor, and you're in the outgoing mayor. Yeah. Tell us about being vice mayor what it was like how long you were vice mayor and tell us about that. So in two thousand and twelve I was elected to my second term as alderman, and that was also the year that Lonnie Norman was elected back to mayor he'd been mayor in the early nineties, and he asked if I'd be interested in being vice mayor. I honestly never thought about it. But yeah, took that role on in two thousand twelve after the election, and it was neat because early on with you, you have an outgoing administration, quite frankly, if you if you kind of think back to those times, I know it for me seems like a hundred years ago, but. We had basically a complete turnover on the board of mayor and aldermen. There was only one that that particular year, they had pushed the elections out to even the cycles, and we elected five seats that year. Only one alderman's seat was safe. Everybody else was up for reelection about that. Yeah. I guess I don't recall it that way. So after out of the five three brand new alderman that were elected that year. And myself. I was reelected. So I started to serve as vice mayor, and it was kind of a unique role. Because when I sit down and ask, you know, what what's the expectation of a vice mayor, you know, honestly because there's not a lot. There's not a lot a lot of added task versa. Bill nichols. Didn't know what the big deal. Yeah. He's we'll find out. Are going to be times where he's asked to sign requisitions. And if you're like me, I read every requisition assigned, and I wanted to know what vote it was attached to and things like that do do diligence and Bill is a is a diligent guy. So he will be doing this things. But, but, but I think the biggest part of being a vice mayor is discounted the philosophy of how you approach your local government because I believe that when you elect someone that you basically elect their agenda in the mayor being elected as mayor he puts out an agenda. This is what I to do. And I may or may not support all of that. It doesn't matter though, if you're the vast mayor, you got to kind of at least uphold the integrity of their agenda. Okay. But that being said, I mean, I don't mean to say that we had these background battles over things. That's not that's not at all. But you know, there was a felt like there's a level of responsibility there that you got to kind of work with the mayor we'll close now, I will say this to you know. I did. Made the motion actually to to accept the slate. A nominees included Bill Nichols is vice mayor I'm kind of proud of that because it was kinda like a passing the torch on. And I also feel that once that happened. And I don't again don't mean this. This could go without voice, but almost feel a little liberated again like I just. So you don't want to and the meetings. I don't you know, I haven't gotten to that point yet. But it is a little different. Like, it's I'm going to focus on a few things that I'm really focused on your own torch, not carrying someone else's too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I don't mean to be like, I was suppressed, and he wasn't because you know, clearly, I've always been pretty vocal how I feel about things. But, but yeah, I kind of feel like I'm pretty involved in a couple of things for the city. And I think that really now I can kind of narrow my focus on getting those things accomplished. We got some really big things coming up as a community things that you wouldn't think about things that aren't necessarily sexy about things that we have to really look at. And we're in really good position to take those things on now. And that's I'm proud of that because. Few years back. We weren't in a position to do that. And we've kind of we've developed that situation. What do you think are the big things? Well, okay. So I said that they weren't sexy garbage is one and Bill spoke about garbage. And this is an Bill Bill six years is that right? Where we send our trash will be full. They'll take no more, and I'll say the projection. Yeah. And I'll say being in politics. I think it's a little political too. Because there's a lot of contracts up for renewal January trashes political. Well, and then so the receiver of the trash Rutherford county when they say, hey, we told you it was going to be aware from ten to twelve now she'll be six I see a little.

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"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

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"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

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"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rutherford county" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I can't be everywhere, but I think people understand that because I make myself syllable to them when I am able. Come. So I try to get into every county all sixteen counties, at least once every two months. But I usually do more than that. It's a lot of calendering, but it's important, I think Representative need to be connected to our community's askew. Some vote some issues and want to start with its occasion. Since you are a high school teacher, wondering if you could talk a little bit about what you see as sort of the needs in education right now with education, the biggest issues that we have is the use of time in the mandates that come from the federal government. We need to make sure that whatever initiative or pushing through is not necessarily a one size fits all four, you know, as a mandate for every school district, but that the ideas are there for that for schools to be able to use an adapted to fit their demographic to sit their community. And I think that's really important. I can use the example of of testing, right. It's a huge subject in education circles. Teachers want to have accountability. It's not a lack of desire for count ability. We want to make sure that we can measure our success or performance, but the mandates that comes through with testing end up actually hurting the education of the student in school district. Like the one that I work in in Rutherford county, the mandate score testing require that we spend about three weeks out of the academic year focusing on just a liberating exams that actually that we should be spent. So all I'm teaching our students. Right? So that is a huge missed opportunity that I think it's, I think it's intentioned well, I think the execution because of the mandates actually shift the focus kind of a way from education. So we just need to make sure that whatever mandates coming through in federal government, they actually are there to improve our students, academic performance. And they're not just one five sits all mandate. And notice the one of the things that you talk about on your website is open spaces, and I just wondered if you could expand upon that y open spaces as a priority in your campaign. In my district, there are several communities that rely on on open spaces for tourism and to attract people to come and visit. Unfortunately, there is no industry. There hasn't been industry in many years. Many of these are our old coal mining towns that you know are left with these beautiful caves and these hiking trails, and they continue to expand on the his to draw people in in many cases because of where they are, you know, kind of mountainous regions. You know, there's not going to be a huge draw for four larger industries to come unfortunately. So they have to rely on what they have, which is they're beautiful natural heritage. And so we do need to preserve those things. Need to make sure that we, that our federal government is setting aside money for four, those public spaces, those public lands so that the local communities can can apply for the grants and received the grants to actually build those places out and make them an income her as well. It's also important that we recognize that these open spaces really only can be preserved for also have the environmental protections that are put in place to make sure that we're not that we're not polluting that we are not clear cutting trees. So if we intentionally focus on these public lands and these public spaces, we can actually preserve an economic builder for some of these more rural communities as well as preserve our natural heritage and at some of the most beautiful spaces, whatever you would ever wanna visit. So I encourage you come on out to granny county or van Buren county and check out some of our public spaces out here. All right, excellent, looser. Anything else that you want to make sure that our listeners know about you or about your campaign? I think that one of the reasons why our campaign has been so effective is because I really understand who the people are in district and what their life experience is because I've lived it..

van Buren county Rutherford county school teacher Representative three weeks two months
This ‘Spiderman’ Migrant Hero Climbed 4 Balconies to Save a Dangling Child. Now, He’s Getting French Citizenship

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

01:55 min | 3 years ago

This ‘Spiderman’ Migrant Hero Climbed 4 Balconies to Save a Dangling Child. Now, He’s Getting French Citizenship

"Oh eight now on orlando's morning news i'm rick caputo marsha taylor the white house signaling that the summit between president trump and north korea's leader will likely happen now phone call with japan's prime minister the white house says they talked about trump's expected meeting now last week trump abruptly cancelled the summit with north korea's kim jong hoon that was scheduled for june twelfth however since then there have been discussions with the north about reviving the meeting a shooting at rutherford county tennessee on memorial day is left four people dead two men and two women police are calling you to murder suicide the sheriff there says the police made a tactical entry into the house got in and made entrance to the house they found four victims that had been deceased further investigation reveals that we got three people that were murdered one committed suicide identified sean ganey is the shooter who committed suicide the other victims include his wife her father and her stepmother they're calling him spiderman an immigrant from molly climbing the outside of a building to help before your oh boy that was dangling off a fourth floor balcony now he's been offered a job with the paris fire brigade the french president invited kasama to the elysee palace to thank him for his bravery and offer him french citizenship thanks to him the four year old boy is sake french authorities say the boy's father had gone off to the grocery store and then got distracted playing pokemon go he'll now face criminal charges of child neglect reporter david wright in urgent search effort underway in ellicott city maryland national guardsmen going missing in the town hit by devastating floods twice in just two years the amount of water speed astonishing ripping down traffic lights floating away bobbing in the rapid water people in every building the definition of a flash flood has torn of water turn main street into a river that's reporter david curly.

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