17 Burst results for "Santa Fe Railroad"

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Defocus Media

"I try to hold off on the medical side until the very end. And that's also a good way to get them to do to make an appointment for a follow-up exam, which is what I want them to do. I love that because I've heard the same thing that patients, for the most part, may not understand the definition, even in layman's terms of glaucoma, cataract, macro degeneration, for example. But mentally, they know they're bad, mentally they know oftentimes that there's blindness, that's a risk. And as soon as they hear a keyword, then in their mind, somehow could equate to blindness, they shut down. And from then on, Thursday there's no effective conversation after that. Or it's much a little more it's more limited. Right. And the only time I ever start with health is if we've discovered something that is either side or life threatening during the exam. But usually at that point, I'm not even going to do the refractive part of it. So I think to me, most patients, I mean, the vast majority, they just want to see the best they possibly can. And I think we forget that because we focus so much on the medical side. Now, that being said, I think with dry eye, the way it's exploded with digital device use, we owe it to our patients to really dive deep into those things. And really try to give them some comfort along the way, because you're seeing it in the school, I know, and in practice and I see it every day that there's a lot of issues out there right now that really got aggravated, I think, during COVID and being home and on digital devices all the time. No kidding. You know, I was I wrote a brief article just last week about digital device use that I say, I used to refer to the present as a digital device age, and now I pretty much just call it life because we do not in the probable foreseeable, if not permanent future will not live without some form of digital devices. Absolutely. So I think we owe it to our patients to understand what devices that they use. I mean, when we first started talking about doctor driven dispensing, you know, back in 2009, actually. You know, I would just ask the question to the patient. How much time do you spend on the computer? And I might say, is it a desktop or a laptop? Had to be Matt it. Now we owe it to them to ask deep questions. I have Burlington northern Santa Fe railroad here, and I have one gentleman who uses 9 monitors that he has to look at. Oh my gosh. I hope to that patient to ask, tell me about your workplace, you know, how many monitors you have. So now, is it a desktop a laptop if it's a desktop? How many monitors and where are they positioned? Oh, is it a tablet? Okay, how big is your tablet? Is it a 13 inch tablet and 11 inch and 9 inch of mini is it a an iPhone pro or is it the smaller one? We need to understand what our patients are utilizing and really prescribe for that. Yeah, I was talking to some folks really this summer.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"It was approaching midnight on December 1, 1964, when Santa Anna city patrolman James pico pulled up at a ramshackle campsite near the Santa Fe railroad tracks. A woman had coal police to report some property damage, and she suspected a person at the camp was responsible. Pico had arrived to do a routine check of this site, which consisted of makeshift shelters used by itinerants and the homeless. One person in particular caught the officer's attention. A tall and thin reclusive man in his 50s, with blue eyes, receding brown hair, and a solo whether beaten face. Pico obtained the man's name and ran a background check. It turned out he was wanted for questioning in relation to the murders of Robert Dominguez and Linda redwoods. Peco had inadvertently found George gill. The drifter who had built the bait shack, where the teenager's bodies were discovered. Gill had been on quite a journey in the year and a half he'd been avoiding police. Funding part of his near 200 mile trip south by selling pistols he had stolen from a trait in San Diego. He also sold a knife for bus fare. Witnesses claimed that gill was living out of the shack when the murders took place. But gill insisted he left before then. He agreed to take a polygraph test, but an inconclusive result only propelled gill into further suspicion. Yet he's alibi placing him in San Jose for work, checked out. And George gill, like many others, was scrubbed from the suspect to waste. On Wednesday, September 28th, 1966, two and a half years after the swindles were gunned down. Three residents of a San Diego apartment complex know just something strange. There was a young man loitering outside the building. They didn't recognize him, and as it was almost 11 o'clock at night, his presence seemed suspicious. The concerned residents decided to approach the stranger. They graded the young man and asked what he was doing in the neighborhood. When suddenly he pulled out a pistol if you value your lives, you'd better run for it, he warned. The trio wasted no time. As they bolted away from the young man, they heard a shot ring out behind them. Luckily, none of them were struck by the bullet. Another resident later reported that the young man had also fired at him, sniper style. Flagging down a nearby police officer, the trejo explained what had happened, and to jump in the patrol car to track down the shooter. It didn't take long. They soon spotted the young man crossing mission boulevard, and the officer turned his car around to give chase. Realizing he was being pursued, the shooter ran towards a nearby hotel and vanished into the night. The policeman radioed for backup, prompting other officers to descend on the seine. Together, they began scouring the grounds of the hotel. Their flashlights cutting through the darkness. Suddenly, a shot rang out from the direction of the hotel's wedding chapel. The shooter had fired at his own right temple with a 38 caliber pistol, which lay nearby. A driver's license identified the man as 24 year old Wayne David Chandler. He was transferred to hospital, but died, hours later. Chandler's death was unwelcome news to the detective's fronting the swindle investigation. After learning what Chandler had done, he'd become a suspect in their case. Now they were unable to question him to determine whether he had any involvement at all. Meanwhile, he notion beach, business had dried up after the double homicide, with locals and tourists alike, fearing the shooter would return. Merchants offered a $700 reward for information leading to the arrest of the swindles killer, hoping to speed up a conviction and a drawback crowds. But years passed, and the bounty went unclaimed..

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Native America Calling

"It's hard to tell. A piece published in what's called the field journal, it's from the symphony in Flint hills in Kansas. And they did a special issue on the Santa Fe trail. And they have part of my work in that. So, you know, at least my view and the views of others has been incorporated into this journal. But I don't know how widespread it's been. I need to go back and look at some of the studies that have been done since I did the study. You know, kind of updated. And I plan to do that as I get to do so. But changing the way that the history is written is difficult. It's an ongoing struggle. And we need younger scholars to step up and carry on this effort to make history more accurate. And more inclusive of the people who are involved in it. And less bias ways. James for better or worse, I like so many Americans go to Wikipedia for a lot of my educational and historical information. And I did wiki the Santa Fe trail and it only mentions specific tribes in terms of how they violently resisted people who they considered trespassers. Do you know of anybody who expressed interest in editing that page to add more context to the Santa Fe trail from a native perspective? No, I don't. When I was asked to do this program, I was asked if there's any other scholars who I could recommend to share this program with the presentation. I couldn't think of any. It's just such an important part of history, but one it hasn't really attracted native scholarly attention to the degree that it should have. So you mentioned earlier James that the Santa Fe trail began in 1821 when and why did the Santa Fe trail cease to be used by travelers? It continued to be an important route of travel until 1880 when the attribute to peak and Santa Fe railroad was constructed linked eastern states with New Mexico territory. And it used to take several months for most caravans to make the trip. But with the U railroad, the travel was much faster. So the railroad is ultimately what ended the Santa Fe trail as it was known throughout the 1800s as this major thoroughfare for travelers for traders for settlers for Native American peoples as well. That's all the time we have for today's show. I want to thank my guest, doctor James writing in and also thank him for his scholarship on this very important historical issue affecting Native Americans of many, many different tribal backgrounds and communities, the Santa Fe trail. Join us tomorrow for a discussion about Major League Baseball and the World Series between Atlanta and Houston. The signature sporting event puts imagery on display that Native Americans have complained about for years. We'll also take your calls. This is.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

On the Road with Mickey

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

"It was opening day. July seventeenth nineteen fifty. Five is wanted opened. It was originally called the santa fe and disneyland railroad because it was Sponsored by the to peak in the santa fe railroad at the time The idea for the disneyland railroad was conceived by walt disney himself because he had his backyard miniature railroad. That was called. The carol would pacific railroad and he drew inspiration from that in coming up with the layout in the idea of having a A railroad and that's how the disneyland railroad kinda got. It's being Two of waltz nine all men were very instrumental in helping in the design of the railroad. And they were ollie. Johnston and ward kimball because they were both railroad enthusiasts. And i think if i remember correctly wasn't it ward kimball that Went to chicago with wall for some business trip in. They really got. That's where he got involved in really got. It got an appreciation for for the trains where he started developed beloved might be campbell. I think it was. But i might be wrong on there. Were her there are five. Locomotives in the disneyland railroad. The first four were all named after former. Ceo's of the action to peek into santa fe railroad in the first one. There were two on opening day. ck holiday. In the ep ripley in those both opened on july seventeenth nineteen fifty five. The fred gurley opened or premiered at disneyland railroad on march twenty eighth nineteen fifty eight the ernest s marsh on july twenty fifth nineteen fifty nine. That's my sister's birthday even though she wasn't cornea but it's still her birthday. And then way on in two thousand five. June twenty fifth two thousand five. The ward kimball was introduced in honor of working. Man yeah no. Like i said most of its history but a lot of it is really cool because the way i think about it. I think i kind of connect the dots a little bit and you know we had oswald. And we had the unfortunate situation where Lost the rights to oswald the lucky rabbit and anatomy but then on the way back he's riding the train and that's when he comes up with mickey mouse and as a kid. If i remember correctly i think he had a relative that worked for the railroads. And so i think that played a role in his appreciation for me. All these little things. Add up the you know to what came about and became the disneyland railroad. You know so to me. That's that's almost like it's it's not a made up story a backstory. But it's like a real life backstory true and so that's why i think that it really does kind of come into play a little bit. So so that's what i have for my first choice. The disneyland love it. You thank you all right so feel thank you. What are you going to talk about next right. And where is this on the On the coolness.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Hey, everybody, You're back with heating it up. I'm Cheryl Alters Jameson and thank you for spending part of your Saturday afternoon with us. Today. US is myself along with Johnson. Claire Chef Sean is the proprietor that the executive chef, the head honchos? Oh, he doesn't fall along with his wife, Katie. There are wonderful team and they are now running the new restaurants and the cast Aneta As well as the new bottle shop. So, Sean, which one do you want to start with? You gotta start with. I think it's probably a good place to start than we could talk about where we're going from there, Okay? So the bottle shop is a branding project for us Previously, we were occupying the spaces and we still are, but they're not open on the south side of the building or are beautiful bar Castaneda on the patio in the dining room for Ken When does it happen? You know, obviously. Lot changed. Luckily for us, we had a big patio and did great patio service all summer outdoor dining. I think our seating capacity before Cove. It was nearly 200 so Uh, that really helped to have all that space. Uh, but you know that winter came and we didn't have anywhere to see people. Uh, And we have a We have a license here that allows us to do on premise and off premise, which is a huge asset through. You know these challenging times. So promise liquor sales. That's right. Yeah, that's right. Come on, on premise, consumption and off premises consumption to sell clothes bottles to go, just like you would have in a wine shop. Or or liquor, stork. Now what The catch on ours is is that it's the liquor stores. Also the location to pick up the entire dinner menu for to go s O You complacent order for burger and come in and I got a single beer or six pack or a bottle of wine on Take it home. It Z one of the only places you could have a one stop shop without having toe stop at the grocery store or gas stations for beer. All right, lunch hours, which we hadn't done previously. So we're opening four days a week, five days a week total Wednesday through Saturday. We're opening at 10 A.m.. And on Sundays we're opening it, 11 A.m.. On we're offering like I'm doing a muffuletta. Speaking of New Orleans, I'm doing a muffuletta sandwich on housemaid for kasha. We're doing slices of Keith. We're doing slices of pie. I've got a couple suits always and recently making some really tasty Sicilian style pizzas that we toasted our little love in here. It's all kind of carry out takeaway pre made food. Um, but it's a nice snack along with our full espresso bar. And, uh, you know, we're not trying to be just a liquor store still restaurant. Yeah, well, I think that you have planned all of this out really? Well as we were talking off air, I mean, you do not have to close if we have any other of these, you know, crazy pandemic twists and turns now because you've got it all covered at this stage, you figured out how to do a little bit of everything and do it very well there, too. So let's see. There's the muffuletta. Yeah, I saw that on the menu. What do your other sandwiches that people could have? I mean, I know you switch up a little bit, but things that people expect to have there. So it's not ready yet, But we do have some pastrami cheering. Uh, it's kind of you know, we're really the kind of We were creatures of change. We don't really like toe. You know, we we won that the Green Chili Cheeseburger Award, you know, and I can't. It's like the only thing I can't change now. We can't remember that. And that's a wonderful burger. So yeah, actually thinking I might need to drive up there just to have that, but it's It's really hard. You know, It's very tempting to think about the other eight or 10. Things like Get on the lunch menu, too. Well, you know, it's only an hour away, so you could make more than one trip. That's true, like daily for only one more Hello and eat lunch. And then and then you know the neck or eat dinner. And then the next day have lunch before you leave. There's a possibility. Yes, car, especially with the rooms upstairs. It's It's pretty, huh? For many years, my hairdresser was actually somebody in Las Vegas and I had specifically set that up so that I would always have a reason to keep coming over there because I know so many people, and I so enjoyed having a chance to come. And that was when their work that you know you didn't have anything of Causton. Ada did not exist as a hotel. Yeah, Yeah, I needed the Plaza Hotel about money. That's still someone of the storyline here in Las Vegas. We have some barbers, not you can tell from me. We have some barbers in town there. Like, really good. So we have people drive from all over the state to get their hair cut here. I hear that story more often. Funny. It is funny. Yeah, yeah. Here. Cut it. Lunch. Las Vegas? Yes, literally across the parking lot from us is it is a salon. So Hey there, Ugo. Also across the parking lot from you is that fabulous Antique store in Las Vegas does have a number of interesting places to poke around that way. But do you know the name of the one That's just right across from you. Um, yeah. Reparative antiques. Um, yeah, Representative. I mean, you know, there's Listen, There's amazing antique stores in Santa Fe that really are, but they get picked over there is, you know, it's a very popular hobby for even locals, especially travelers. To do in Santa Fe, our stores to get picked over a little less and have a few more gems. I think her her shelf space. It stays good tip that I found a. I found an old Two handed for a half pound cleaver in one of these stores that was actually used here in the cost of medication, and I had it restored by a knife maker named Marty, who lives in Santa Fe. And it zapped pretty pretty amazing piece. It's It's back in its home kitchens. Oh, that's a wonderful story. I'm gonna show you a picture of it. I'd love to see it. Yeah, Scary thing. Yeah. The last time I was over there, and I was in the shop and rough rider is across the street there. I found it. An old Bakelite. Uh, Angel food cake comb. And big light is that wonderful sort of plastic but from the mid early to mid part of the 20th century folks, and it's it's highly collectible and sought after in. Yeah, it's one of the angel food combs that you use to properly cut an angel food cake because it's so light and tender. If you use a traditional knife, it just kind of squishes and up. So on angel food comb, and it really does look like a giant metal comb Clyde handle anyway, that came from there. So any time I get that out Think of Castaneda, too, because that's where I was on my way to a zone of your opening events when, um, I ended up at the antique store on the way because we were a little bit early. Coming on up for things anyway. Out of the Castilian is such a great place. If you didn't hear our first segment on do you don't know it is one of the original Fred Harvey houses. One of the classic old hotels that was along the railroad, the Santa Fe Railroad and the rooms running by there today, I actually noticed on your website that you have a question about the train schedule and everything so that people could still arrive by train, right? That's right. Yeah, absolutely. You know, the recently the schedule has gone down. I think that three days a week. Um, back to day life. I've written that train a lot, because my e mean, if you have the time, it's definitely the way to travel. It really is a good way. Yeah, I like Katie from Illinois. And for many years I had brain back and forth between.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Senator will be sworn in today. The Republican majority in the Senate will shrink today with the swearing in of Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Kelly, a former astronaut, defeated Republican incumbent Martha McSally in a special election since Mac Sally was appointed to that seat after the death of Republican John McCain. Kelly was eligible to take office as soon as the election was certified earlier this week. Republicans are still guaranteed it least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month, will ultimately decide the balance of power in the chamber on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, the Justice Department, says media reports To the contrary, they have not wrapped up an investigation to possible voter fraud and continue to aggressively pursue leads. Without saying for whom the department also investigating a reported scheme to lobby White House officials for a presidential pardon, adding no government official is the target of the investigation. Federal investigators say they have made arrests into an attempted attack on a railroad in the Pacific Northwest. Two young women in their twenties from Washington state are facing serious federal charges of trying to carry out a terrorist attack against the railroad carrier, which could land him in prison for 20 years. They were caught on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track near Bellingham Saturday. Police say they had just placed a shunt across the tracks. Basically, it's the magnets and metal wire that caused crossing guards to not work and can force the train to slam on its brakes, the U. S attorney's office says. Since January, 41 of these shunts have been placed on tracks and watch him and scheduled counties, the two closest counties to Canada and the main connector line between the two countries. Fox's Dan Springer reports the pair may be associated with a group demanding autonomy for indigenous people. The last guy An 18 year old man has been arrested for the murders of his aunt and three cousins. On Monday, the fourth cousin apparently spared by defective bullets. Jack Callahan, This'd Fox views. What clean, glowing skin on the daily Meet New Zane. I've space.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The Republican majority in the Senate will shrink today with the swearing in of Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Kelly, a former astronaut defeated Republican incumbent Martha McSally in a special election since Mac Sally was appointed to that seat after the death of Republican John McCain. Kelly was eligible to take office as soon as the election was certified earlier this week, Republicans are still guaranteed at least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month, will ultimately decide the balance of power in the chamber on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox knew the Justice Department says media reports To the contrary, they have not wrapped up an investigation to possible voter fraud and continue to aggressively pursue leads. Without saying for whom the department also investigating a reported scheme to lobby White House officials for a presidential pardon, adding no government official is the target of the investigation. Federal investigators say they have made arrests into an attempted attack on a railroad in the Pacific Northwest. Two young women in their twenties from Washington state are facing serious federal charges of trying to carry out a terrorist attack against the railroad carrier, which could land him in prison for 20 years. They were caught on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track near Bellingham Saturday. Police say they had just placed a shunt across the tracks. Basically, it's the magnets and metal wire that caused crossing guards to not work and can force the train to slam on its brakes, the U. S attorney's office Since January, 41 of these shunts have been placed on tracks and what come and scheduled counties the two closest counties to Canada and the main connector line between the two countries. Fox's Dan Springer reports the pair may be associated with a group demanding autonomy for indigenous people. Alaska An 18 year old man has been arrested for the murders of his aunt and three cousins on Monday, the fourth cousin apparently spared by defective bullets on Jack Callahan. This'd.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KTOK

"The Republican majority in the Senate will shrink today with the swearing in of Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Kelly, a former astronaut, defeated Republican incumbent Martha McSally in a special election since Mac Sally was appointed to that seat after the death of Republican John McCain. Kelly was eligible to take office as soon as the election was certified earlier this week. Republicans are still guaranteed it least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month, will ultimately decide the balance of power in the chamber on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox knew the Justice Department says media reports To the contrary, they have not wrapped up an investigation to possible voter fraud and continue to aggressively pursue leads. Without saying for whom the department also investigating a reported scheme to lobby White House officials for a presidential pardon, adding no government official is the target of the investigation. Federal investigators say they have made arrests into an attempted attack on a railroad in the Pacific Northwest. Two young women in their twenties from Washington state are facing serious federal charges of trying to carry out a terrorist attack against the railroad carrier, which could land him in prison for 20 years. They were caught on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track near Bellingham Saturday. Police say they had just placed a shunt across the tracks basically some magnets and metal wire that caused crossing guards to not work and can force the train to slam on its brakes, the U. S attorney's office says. Since January, 41 of these shunts have been placed on tracks and what come and scheduled counties the two closest counties to Canada and the main connector line between the two countries. Fox's Dan Springer reports the pair may be associated with a group demanding autonomy for indigenous people. Alaska An 18 year old man has been arrested for the murders of his aunt and three cousins. On Monday, the fourth.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Will be sworn in today. The Republican majority in the Senate will shrink today with the swearing in of Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Kelly, a former astronaut, defeated Republican incumbent Martha McSally in a special election since Mac Sally was appointed to that seat after the death of Republican John McCain. Kelly was eligible to take office as soon as the election was certified earlier this week. Republicans are still guaranteed at least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month, will ultimately decide the balance of power in the chamber on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, the Justice Department, says media reports To the contrary, they have not wrapped up an investigation to possible voter fraud and continue to aggressively pursue leads. Without saying for whom the department also investigating a reported scheme to lobby White House officials for a presidential pardon, adding no government official is the target of the investigation. Federal investigators say they have made arrests into an attempted attack on a railroad in the Pacific Northwest. Two young women in their twenties from Washington state are facing serious federal charges of trying to carry out a terrorist attack against the railroad carrier, which could land him in prison for 20 years. They were caught on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track near Bellingham Saturday. Police say they had just placed a shunt across the tracks basically some magnets and metal wire that caused crossing guards to not work and can force the train to slam on its brakes, the U. S attorney's office says. Since January, 41 of these shunts have been placed on tracks and what come and scheduled counties the two closest counties to Canada and the main connector line between the two countries. Fox's Dan Springer reports the pair may be associated with a group demanding autonomy for indigenous people. Alaska An 18 year old man has been arrested for the murders of his aunt and three cousins on Monday, the fourth cousin apparently spared by defective bullets. Jack Callahan Thistle is Fox News. Last Ganz Black Friday special is already underway with holiday stress coming against the constant backdrop of this pandemic. It's high time you get a heart and body scan to check for any potential blockages in or near.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Be sworn in today. The Republican majority in the Senate will shrink today with the swearing in of Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Kelly, a former astronaut, defeated Republican incumbent Martha McSally in a special election since Mac Sally was appointed to that seat after the death of Republican John McCain. Kelly was eligible to take office as soon as the election was certified earlier this week. Republicans are still guaranteed it least 50 seats in the next Senate to run off elections in Georgia next month, will ultimately decide the balance of power in the chamber on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox knew the Justice Department says media reports To the contrary, they have not wrapped up an investigation to possible voter fraud and continue to aggressively pursue leads. Without saying for whom the department also investigating a reported scheme to lobby White House officials for a presidential pardon, adding no government official is the target of the investigation. Federal investigators say they have made arrests into an attempted attack on a railroad in the Pacific Northwest. Two young women in their twenties from Washington state are facing serious federal charges of trying to carry out a terrorist attack against the railroad carrier, which could land him in prison for 20 years. They were caught on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track near Bellingham Saturday. Police say they had just placed a shunt across the tracks basically some magnets and metal wire that caused crossing guards to not work and can force the train to slam on its brakes, the U. S attorney's office says. Since January, 41 of these shunts have been placed on tracks and what come and scheduled counties the two closest counties to Canada and the main connector line between the two countries. Fox's Dan Springer reports the pair may be associated with a group demanding autonomy for indigenous people. Alaska An 18 year old man has been arrested for the murders of his aunt and three cousins on Monday, the fourth cousin apparently spared.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"There were so many people waiting in line to hear them that they had to give the same talk at four. And so we realized there was there were a lot of people who were interested because there were a lot of different entry points. Some people were interested because of foodie history. Some people were interested because the Fred Harvey company basically control the Native American art business, right? From the turn of the century up through the 19 forties. All the train think about all the train people. Right. There's all theirs. All people who are interested in Santa Fe Railroad itself, and there's a lot of trained people. And so we've We've kept this going all these years. And, of course, up till this year. We always had the friend Harvey Weekend in Santa Fe, right. Basically all summer. We've been planning for it to be in Santa Fe and in Las Vegas and worrying about how Cove it was going to affect this and whether it would be safe to try to put it on. Put any part of it on. In person in New Mexico, and we kept these decisions open for a pretty long time because Again. We're tryingto be there for the people who want to come and our partners are in the hospitality business in the hospitality business being yanked back and forth. And we want them to be able to come. So finally, a few weeks ago, we had to finally decide that the whole thing needed to be online. And so it is going to be online. So let's start with you still going to do the lungs is that people from all over the country can now watch it. People for Santa Fe can watch it on their computers. Watch it on their phones. And people all over the country who are interested in Fred Harvey, who haven't been able to come to the Fred Head weekend. Can come. So Fred had weekend. You've been to it you've you've worked with us before, and we've talked about this before, is usually a bunch of different lectures about subjects that come out of Fred Harvey and then a big dinner. At La Fonda. All of this raises money for the New Mexico History Museum. And that we do an auction of Fred Harvey related items. And there's lots of cool, you know, native art. There's there's things that came from La Fonda from back in the past. There's Membreno China, which is really wonderful. There's lots of books about Native American art. And there are hotel stays at all the different Fred Harvey hotels all to Bharat La Fonda, La Posada. Fascinating. So we're doing it all online and people could sign up. They can. They can listen to it. Watch it from wherever they want. People who sign up. If they miss any of the events, they could get caught, they get recordings of them. And so we're doing a full Fred Harvey weekend with seven talks. Go ahead. No. Keep that thought. All right. We'll come back. We'll tell people how they can sign up for the lectures. When we come back did electric and then we'll do the auction. Talk about Fred Harvey some more. And then we will venture off into some of the history that that Stephen.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Off a best of show. It's a really good recent interviews on Monday, All right, let's go out to Philadelphia in the first capital of the United States and talk to Steven Freed, who's on Philadelphia today? He's a Fred head. He's also an author and a biographer. Steven. Good to see you on zoo man. Richard. Great to see you. And thanks for that soon from Nashville. Perfect timing for the election, Right? And we must be doing something right? You think we are I think right now it feels like we are. You know, I'm I'm a couple blocks down from where they're finishing the counting of Pennsylvania's ballots, and here in the place where America was born. The declaration was written in the Constitution was written and we're feeling like we helped today. Do you live in the historic part of Philadelphia? Ideo. I mean, my wife and I live like several blocks away from the Liberty Bell. If you had your choice, you live in Santa Fe. But you live in Philadelphia, you know, And I think, Stephen one time when we had you on. Maybe we're talking about rush me we're talking about. Maybe you're talking about Fred Harvey. I think you said Sometimes you're kind of amazed how little you know the streets in the historic parts of Philadelphia. Maybe I dreamt that No, it is true mean part. I think part of the reason that I ended up writing a biography of Benjamin Russia, so I could finally figure out what happened here, You know, you know, cause Santa Fe. Look, I love Santa Fe. I live in Santa Fe in my mind even when I'm Sitting here in Philadelphia, but you know, if you deal with a tourist area, sometimes people don't want to deal with the tourist area. So we have a tourist area where people go to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall and all that kind of stuff. So You know, you get stuck behind horses and buggies and you have to fight off Benjamin Franklin impersonators and stuff. But I'm feeling pretty patriotic and pretty historically relevant today. All right, we'll get to that. And you don't mind talking about that. But let's talk about friend Harvey. First of all, sure. You're Fred Head describe what That malady is mostly about. Sure. So some people in Santa Fe in the area know that Fred Harvey company was a company that basically was the first major hospitality company in the in the in the nation, and they ran all the restaurants and hotels. On the Santa Fe Railroad, and they created a Fonda so people won't know the history of La Fonda. Fonda was a Fred Harvey Hotel, the cast of NATO hotel that was just restored in Las Vegas. Is a friend Harvey Hotel, the Grand Canyon Hotels, the South Rim, El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodge. Those air Fred Harvey hotels, and there were also Fred Harvey Union station Chicago unit Station. Was Fred Harvey, Kansas City, ST Louis. Obviously, the Albuquerque station was a huge friend Harvey Outpost Union station, Los Angeles. So Fred Harvey was amazing company that spanned it started in the 18 seventies. Oh, and it existed up through the 19 sixties and seventies. And it basically invented a lot of things that we take for granted, especially in the South West, because the Harvey companies who basically took care of people when they came to the Southwest, so As tourism became one of the major industries in the southwest, especially in New Mexico and Arizona that fell on the Fred Harvey company. So the friend Harvey company got involved the restaurants, hotels. It brought the food of New Mexico to the whole world, and it brought the food of the world into New Mexico. The Harvey girls that they hired on Lee single women to be their waitresses. They were the first major national force of working women and over 100,000 women between the 18. Eighties and the 19 forties had the opportunity to be Harvey Girls and travel all over the country working for the Santa Fe Railroad, and they also married all these local people made a lot of towns in New Mexico. They're founding families are people who work for the railroad who married Harvey Girls and settle down and settle those towns. So it's the influence of of the friend Harvey Company in New Mexico is something we continue to explore. It is the reason why the New Mexico history Museum, which is where I first started talking about Fred Harvey in Santa Fe has AH permanent exhibit of Fred Harvey material in the mezzanine between The floor. That's the really old stuff and the Fords really new stuff because Harvey and the railroad really represent that middle period that period in that from the late 18 seventies into the early 19 hundreds, when Santa Fe reinvented itself as a city different And the Harvey Company, you know, brought Santa Fe merchants and the Native Americans from the pueblos to the world's fair in 1915. Both in San Diego and San Francisco. So the Harvey company has had a really interesting relationship with New Mexico. And so it's not surprising that even though the company was in all kinds of different cities, and it was based in Kansas City, and later Chicago, the resurgence of fascination with Fred Harvey as a really interesting way of dealing with American history, especially The Southwest is really taking its place in Santa Fe and the New Mexico History Museum when it opened set out to have a Fred Harvey exhibit and brought me in because I happen to write a book about Fred Harvey. And Fran Levine, who was head of the museum then and Jenny Kimble, who's known raised a weekend for me in a April night of 2010. Having no idea whether people would be interested in it or not on I gave a talk at the museum. It was one of the many days with power went out in Santa Fe, so I gave half to talk in the dark with a flashlight. And then we had this wonderful meal at La Fonda, and it turned out that there were many more Fred heads than we ever realized. And what this event did was the people who There been people dressing up his Harvey Girls in Winslow, Arizona, who didn't know there were women driving dressing up Harvey Girls in Florence, Kansas, so It started to be this thing where people who were interested in Fred Harvey people who were interested in Santa Fe Railroad people heard Judy Garland because, of course, Judy Garland played a Harvey Girl in the movie, The Harvey Girls. People inside. A lot of different subjects started to come to Santa Fe. Teo to talk about this. We we had this weekend 2010. We did another one in 2011, and more and more people just came every year. One year Jenny Campbell and Alan Affeldt, who owns La Posada in Winslow, and now the cast in ADA in Las Vegas. Did a talk at the museum A two o'clock on the on a Sunday. There were so many people waiting in line to hear them that they had to give the same talk at four. And so we realized there was there were a lot of people who were interested because there were a lot of.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?

What's Going On With AABE?

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?

"Story so you leave high school you go to jackson state. Yes offer them. You talk mama's love accent state And then you start your career. Where did you. What was your first job at you head out of school. I did four years. And i had opportunity to many different college. I had scholarships every place never thought about going into wherever jackson. 'cause my brothers were there and i was at home. Thought about going anywhere else I knew i wanted to major in political science. Didn't know what i wanted to do with the degree. But i knew i wanted to. Beijing look politicized. Because i always felt like world that i lived in was based on politics. Not figured if. I could learn to understand what that was really alabama add works. I could probably end up doing everything. And that's what happened But i went to jackson state and after four years graduate and i moved to chicago and i started. Microsoft is so funny that i started my career in chicago he. I'm back in chicago pool. So captain move in fourteen times. And i'm not at the end of the career but i can see it from here so i started in chicago and i started with With santa fe railroad. And what did you do that rare. I started as a railroad as a special agent l. railroad. I had no idea what that john was. I was looking. I was looking for employment. And i i went. I was walking downtown michigan avenue. And i live a mile from the santa. Oh santa fe headquarters. I live a mile from that place today But i was walking down the street. I say i'm gonna go ahead and check out the railroad and see what they and i walked in and it was his black receptionists. Female receptionist said her. I'd like to apply for a job. And she said to be. What are you looking for. Say ma'am i don't know all i can tell you is. I have a degree and i don't want to work on the tracks and she said this this is the way it happens. Is the way adbullah paula. And she said. Did you know we were hiring special. Agents i said. No ma'am i had no idea. I don't even know what a special agent is. She said. Well you take these two pamphlets right here and you can interview with mr quarrels and a few minutes. Mr quarter was a black Human resource manager. I sat down iran. Those pamphlets are winning his office and convinced him that all my life. All i ever wanted to be was a speculate Had never never knew what it was. But i convinced him in.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"1909 just feels like it. The international distress call s O s, which replaced C Q. D first used by an American ship on this day in 1909 s O s signal began its demise in the 19 sixties. Obviously is faster, more efficient forms of transmission became available. 18 96 Harvey Hubble received a patent for the pull chain Electric light socket pull chain like those on pull it again like those off Another three or four times and the chain comes off. Now, of course in the 21st century, you clap your way to illumination. 1930 for the first federal prisoners arrived at the prison on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay. 55 years ago. Today, 34 people have died. More than 3000 were arrested $40 million in damage to property in the Watts area of Los Angeles. All the result of a six day riot, which began on this day caused by a minor confrontation between the California Highway Patrol and two young black men. On this day In 1999 the Kansas State Board of Education voted to drop the theory of evolution from the public school curriculum and N doing so Kansas entered center stage into the debate over religious fundamentalism and creationism in public schools. Birthdays. Today's your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with a man named David Acheson, former president of the United States. Politician organizer of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroads,.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Original architect with a company They were out of Texas. I think rap rap and Hendrickson and Rosemary Coulter. Then Mary Coulter and comes and John got name comes in in the twenties with the Santa Fe Railroad and added on and added on, and that is more today into our current day architect. Which is Barbara Felix, a local Santa fan who has been with us since 2000. 60,007. Ah, during all of our renovations, and we're still working on some right now as we speak, So you know, the hotel is an evolving Ah ah, you know, evolving living. Piece of history and, uh, if it's been a fun thing to try to Evolve it hand away that historically accurate and yet, you know, current day hospitality, luxury. All of that, So it's it's it's a It's a challenge to Be able to maintain the historical and integrity and yet have WiFi and have you no key list? Check in and all of that. You know, every time the hospitality industry more We have to morph with it, and it's harder with a historic hotel than something that's been built newer, but I think we've done a really good job at that. I'm very proud of where we are. Wonderful. What? We'll get back into that in a second. You just made me think of something, though. Ah Dunphy Railway as how Senator Railroad in the history of the elephant on the Plaza. Would you have any possibility of doing something with the with the train? There's been, you know, snapped up bought by George R. Martin Romanowski and Catherine Oppenheimer and maybe doing something historical with him. Absolutely Catherine and Bill and I have been talking about that as well as Alan off l 24 sounds legal tender and lay me and well, I You know they Catherine and Bill are both dear friends has his Allen of ours and of low Fonda's and whatever we can do. We think that there's a whole lot of potential for that in terms of outdoor activity, taking your mountain bikes out to lay me. Heading off to the trail. From there. You could do fun cocktail parties on the train. You could do some kind of fun Christmas. I mean, there's the The ideas are endless. And you know, we've got a very creative community and so appreciative of them because that's Kind of like La Fonda in a lot of ways. It's a labor of love because I don't think that you will ever pencil out the purchase of that railroad and renovating it and getting it back up and running. They're never going to make money on it. But it's there certain things that are more important than the financial return and we're so lucky to have citizens in our community that understand that have the wherewithal and the creativity and then come partner and work together to get it done or the imagination and the desire of little kids and I think, George said. Just want to be able to blow the blow the horn way. I'm sure he will be the 1st 1 to do that. You know how lucky are we to have somebody of his ilk in caliber in our community is a matter of fact, This is an embarrassing thing. I'm going to admit. I just started reading the first book in the game of Thrones, which you know I'm I'm way late to the game, but it's It's It's very sick. It's about 900 pages, dense material as well. Yeah. Blast a blast, So I'm starting the journey in the game of Thrones. I know I'm way behind, but you'll catch up. That's one good thing for Covic, you know, have a little more time at home, and you can take on things like that. So I'm excited about that. And then you'll be caught up with the rest of us and screaming a George. Every time you see and finish the damn boat finished Look. I want screaming Hell, I don't think he's somebody you want to scream at. I think he's somebody you want to hug and say Thank you for everything you've done for our community, All right? Man s. So now we're we're in this weird environment. You know, Every day is kind of different story. What's going to happen about ready? I don't know what you're talking about numbers and everything else that they've come down kind of dictate which direction we had in S O. First of all the hotels open. The restaurants are open. The the beautiful terrorist has opened the faces the cathedral. Ah, you have curbside dining. So tell us kind of the the food situation. A telephone If you don't mind. Yeah, sure. Well, you know, it's important that we remain open, especially three meals a day for all of our hotel guests and Lifan is very lucky to have outdoor patios and not only outdoor patios. They are large. They are beautiful. They're landscaped. And so we're serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on the terrace. Which overlooks the cathedral, and it's beautiful. We have umbrellas out there. And we're also lucky enough that if it rains, we have the lot. Toronto Room next door to it. And it is open on three sides. We have you know all the sides or blast doors that you can tell us go Pan. And so we're fortunate with the governor's order. Yesterday, she defined outdoor activity as it must be open on at least three sides, outdoor dining, and so if it rains, we can just pull our wonderful guests and customers into the LA Terraza. It has a roof, overhead shelter. And yet it's still outdoors because there's three sides of it open. So we have you know, breakfast. We have a normal, wonderful, um Wavell rancheros, which were known for burritos. All that, and breakfast is 7 to 11. And then we have a combined lunch and dinner menu and we're serving lunch from 11. 30 to 9 with are, you know famous tortilla soup. We have watermelon tomato capris Ease, which is light and chilling sandwiches..

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on KCRW

"That is pretty cool I have to say welcome to a Tuesday afternoon edition of All Things Considered my name's Larry Perot glad you're with us for the program coming up on All Things Considered archaeologists and historians have announced they've identified at least two sites consistent with mass graves in Tulsa they were the site of race riots in nineteen twenty one that had been pushed to the margins of history later one of NPR's international correspondents will be on to share a conversation that never made it into a peace but has stuck with her since she taped it we'll talk about that as well just ahead on the program right now to secure roads for this Tuesday afternoon there's a secular support a path to self on four of five at Mulholland only the carpool and two left lanes are open due to a big rig fire this is been around a long long time a traffic still stop from Burbank Boulevard northbound side stop and go come away from the ninety I'll see in Hollywood the Hollywood Boulevard between Hyland and orange all lanes closed until tomorrow morning this is because of the Star Wars premiere that's going on it's three twenty your case your W. it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro we have a new clue in a nearly century old unsolved mystery in nineteen twenty one a white mob burns down Tulsa Oklahoma's African American section after a black teen apparently stepped on the foot of a white teen in an elevator more than a thousand homes churches and businesses were destroyed but no one has been able to say how many people were killed or where they were buried a new discovery could change that as NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports from Tulsa on the northern bank of the Arkansas River with the old Santa Fe railroad bridge crosses the water a homeless campsite squats along the sandy river bank see that railroad trestle right there they've.

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"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"santa fe railroad" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Go to Fred Harvey book at G. mail dot com and for the dinner la fond of the next night Saturday which is incredible dinner you get China you get I mean you get everything go to Lindsey dot org for tickets on that and the tickets will no longer be on sale after my show today all right Mister freeze from let's talk about a little bit about kind of the impact because I I find it fascinating not just the train had but Fred Harvey had on the web I don't think it's you can really overstate how much he opened up just to make it I get I guess kind of comfortable for people to travel to the west to nice day from these like you're you're in Philadelphia the come out from the east coast come out from Philly your come out from in Michigan or Ohio from the Midwest and say well we can go we can go check out that Grand Canyon thing I heard yeah I hear it's kinda deep he opened up the west to a lot of Americans he did because you know basically the railroads were not interested in in making sure those people were comfortable they just basically were trying to run cars and so the it was all outsourced usually the local people Fred Harvey was the only person who who created a national company that did this so there was continuity between places so when you went to a restaurant the next one new were you had been and they actually serve different food so you would have the same menu everywhere they also were interested in in showing off with the real roads could do so they would bring in fresh vegetables you could never have in the middle of New Mexico they would bring in meat from Chicago the you could get otherwise it would bring you could bring oysters across the country from New York actually they will live in a refrigerated car on the train it's a people were sort of amazed at what you could eat at these restaurants often in the middle of nowhere and so that's what happened during the eighteen seventies eighteen eighties eighteen nineties starting in the eighteen nineties the company started having hotels the Santa Fe railroad built for them trackside to Cassidy to was the first one in New Mexico and the model for these beautiful mission style hotels they were then all over New Mexico Arizona and California and we're really the cornerstone of tourism as people.