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CDC Issues Warning For Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Mushrooms
"Outbreak linked to produce, the CDC says at least 41 people in 10 states have gotten sick. This includes New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Following a salmonella outbreak that has been linked to dried wood ear mushrooms. The mushrooms distributed by whiz medic Asian Foods in Santa Fe Springs, California We're sold on ly two restaurants and not directly to consumers. The company voluntarily recalled the mushrooms on Wednesday after they had been red flagged by California health officials.
Fresh update on "santa fe" discussed on Richard Eeds
"It's a nice day in Santa Fe, A Wednesday yesterday was the first day of fall fall came a little bit late this year day late, but it is fall, which is Mexico's best season. 82 degrees right now. Around 50 overnight Tonight. Warm tomorrow about 85 tomorrow. Friday, Saturday and Sunday with overnight lows around 55 degrees. Nice weather here in Mexico 3 45 and head up to Seattle. We're going talk with David Tucker. David is an agent. With the I R a Z. There 72,000 new Mexicans who who do not have to and do not file tax returns about might be eligible for some federal money, So we did it on the deadline is coming up. So David wants to alert you. You're eligible for this money to apply and do it quickly. Eight minutes after three o'clock going out to.
"santa fe" Discussed on Get Sleepy
"santa fe" Discussed on Get Sleepy
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"santa fe" Discussed on Get Sleepy
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"santa fe" Discussed on Get Sleepy
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"santa fe" Discussed on Get Sleepy
"You. Collect your paddles exit at the back of the welcome center. Outside the greeted once again by the calming site had a baby blue sky. puffy white clouds. Beneath it is a dense green forest. Below the first line is.
Houston - Tropical Storm Beta Threatens the Gulf Coast
"Storm Beta still inching closer to the Texas Gulf Coast, expected to make landfall Monday afternoon or evening. The storm holding steady at 60 MPH sustained winds. And not expected to strengthen into a hurricane. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says officials are monitoring the storm closely. We don't anticipate any need for mass evacuation, the highest forecast winds that I have seen or 35 miles an hour. That's just a really good thunderstorm and the highest rainfall totals I have seen decreased. The bolivar Peninsula is under a Ah Ah ah! An evacuation order that is voluntary. A voluntary evacuation order. That's what I was looking for. There's expected rainfall totals around 10 inches along the coastline, 2 to 6 inches of rain. Inland and we still have some school districts districts that that air air closing closing out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution for for today. today. Angle Angle tonight, tonight, Esti Esti Brad's Brad's a a sport. sport. I I s s D. D. Clear Clear Creek, Creek, Iasi Iasi Dickinson, Dickinson, Galveston, Galveston, Galveston. Galveston. I am going to be closed Monday and Tuesday. Matagorda Santa Fe schools. Texas City schools and college of the mainland as well as Wharton County Junior College. All will be closed on Monday. We'll update you on that list As more information becomes available. Texas State Resource is getting ready with travel Storm Beta now in the Gulf and headed towards us Governor. Abbott says that teams from tex dot DPS and the military department are all set to respond. Should local areas needed to send a bill to
Montana tribes complete large intertribal bison transfer
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the four Pekka cinnabon and Sioux tribes in Montana recently completed a large intertribal transfer of Bison Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports. The forty buffalo were rounded up into semi trailers. In Wolf Point Montana they're headed to new homes with sixteen different tribes as far away as the United Nation in Wisconsin and Ludik tribe of Old Harbor Alaska. Urban Carlson is president of the intertribal Buffalo Council which facilitated the transfer. He says, the animals were part of a surplus population at Yellowstone National Park and would otherwise have been slaughtered today. Is Real. Gratifying. Just to be able to get some animals out of there, and then out to Chives, the Buffalo spent a year in quarantine on the fort pack reservation to ensure their disease free. Johnny Bear Cub, stiff arm has the Tribes Buffalo Program. She says, this transfer was a long time coming. We have drum group out here and they'll sing the songs they'll sing. Songs to send the Buffalo safely to their new homes, they travel safe and receive blessings. And say goodbye to enforce and we'll send them on their way. For National Native News I'm. Savannah Mark. A new art degree programs being offered to students at the University of Alaska Southeast, which is part of a larger vision that's been in the works for years to establish a north. West Coast Arts Hub Kate. Elizabeth Jenkins has more. The new degree program is a partnership between the University of Alaska, southeast Sealaska Heritage, Institute, and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa. Fe. New Mexico the agreements were signed a few years ago, but it's taken some time to line everything up Cari groove in the our director at Sealaska Heritage Institute says there's a lot of room for growth. We are mealy great. Now that exists in the first place, the program is a two year degree with a focus on north west coast indigenous art. As part of the new program students are required to take an intro course into relevant native languages. Then their hands on our classes to choose from some of the courses have been offered before by the university and some are brand new for instance and claimed Weaver Lily hope is teaching an online class about career development as an artist students enrolled in the program, we'll have the option to transfer credits to the University of New Mexico if they want to pursue a bachelor's degree. Groove and things kind of comprehensive academic offering is long overdue. She says, many people are familiar with the region's form line design, but the associate's program is a way to gain deeper understanding in a way that. Associates degree provides a starting point for that journey with Cova Nineteen. Some of the courses will be offered online in some will still happen in person in accordance with universities pandemic plan, and in the future students will be able to experience some of these classes on a brand new campus. SEALASKA heritage has already started breaking ground on a six thousand square foot facility in downtown Juneau. The campus is slated to be completed sometime next year I'm Elizabeth, Jenkins. Powell's are being held virtually this Labor Day due to the cove in nineteen pandemic the online social distance Powell facebook group has been helping connect vendors, dancers, and singers for the last six months over the weekend. Dancers took part in contests uploading their videos to be judged and win prizes. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
The rise of vaccine nationalism should we be worried?
"So hell, we end this pandemic by making sure everyone in the world gets access to treatments or vaccines could determine how we respond to the next one. The world's wealthiest countries, Astrid your amongst them have already BRCA deals with pharmaceutical companies to preorder more than two billion doses of corona virus vaccines that's according to the Journal. Nature those deals, of course are contingent on with the vaccines, a proven safe and effective, and that's big eve. Streaming, problematic calypso chocolate do is director of global health policy with the Santa Fe Global Development and professor in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at imperial. College London obviously governments of wealthy countries heads to. Ten had to be seen to be acting and I totally appreciate the urgency over at all and I had the opportunity to talk to officials here from the UK government also from a European Commission. Now that set aside I think there's a number of issues with the current approach which ignores effectively the effectiveness questioned. The performance questions we're buying things were assuming we'll work. and. That means that goes are now shouldering the bulk of the risk. And they're shouldering the bulk of the is the commercial risk as well without being able to negotiate really on the price these things do come out scrambling is inevitable in my view economists professor I'd Hollas as President of incentives for Global, health, which aims to build a health impact fund to finance new treatments especially for neglected diseases but on the rise of Covid nineteen vaccine. Nationalism. He says one country that started off the United States has been explicit America first policy. In other countries the citizens were unlikely to be happy with their governments. If those governments came back to them with deal that said, we're just going to allow off the Americans to be vaccinated first, and then we'll take our turn along with all the citizens of the rest of the world. It's just became politically unfeasible. To do the right thing. So I think we're having the worst of every world. Really. So were engaging in a sort of an arms race where everybody's trying to out beat everybody else in buying things that we don't really know they will ever materialize or even if they do whether, they will work with the right product. So shouldering the risk as taxpayers effectively, we're doing it in a very bilateral fragmented fashion. So this undermines countries that are not as wealthy, and certainly the middle income countries have been left out of this conversation which I think is extremely problematic. So goelz plan says a global health community to support the low income countries through Garvey and effectively philanthropic subsidizing any successful vaccine doses. But then there's the vast majority of the world's. Forest people are living in very crowded conditions leaving middle income nations live in Nigeria Favila in in Brazil Brazilian cities, they live in Mumbai this country's middling concern necessarily going to qualify for this subsidy, but also not wealthy enough to engage in bilateral deals and behave the way the United Kingdom or the US are behaving been scandalous. I. Think that we haven't talked about these countries if the missing Middle Mrs add on a vaccine. What's the picture for the pandemic and getting on top of it? They will be disastrous for sure it will be disastrous. What will it be looking at situation where income countries close the borders a game where people are not admitted were basically sees. Stop people from moving around. We stop goods from moving around it. It's going to be absolutely disastrous situation is is certainly not desirable by what we want to have is as sensible efficient allocation of vaccines around the world. So. That the people who need to get back stated first everywhere get vaccinated first, and then we gradually progress in each country. Not instead vaccinating people who were very low risk in rich countries while people are at high risk in middle income and lower income countries are left unvaccinated that doesn't make any sense for the world is aside from the moral calculus here of yes. H Nation has an obligation to their own citizens. They also potentially have an obligation to the rest of the world because his biological imperative here isn't they this is a global pandemic. Yes. I'm mean one of the risks of course as if the viruses left to spread among people in lower income countries. At some point, it may mutate into a new form which existing vaccines don't offer protection against. So there is there is a reason for people in high income countries even people who don't care about poor people to say, let's just make sure that everyone gets vaccinated on a timely basis.
A New Mexico man has died from the state's second reported case of plague this year
"Health officials in New Mexico say a second man has died from the Bubonic plague. The Rio Areva County man was in his twenties and was hospitalized with a disease before his death. A Santa Fe County man in his sixties was also diagnosed with the bubonic plague last month but has been recovering at the hospital. Plague is spread through contact with infected fleas or animals and is treatable with antibiotics have caught
New Mexico man in his 20s dies of septicemic plague
"Dreaded diagnosis has claimed the life of a man in New Mexico, he said to be the state's second case of Septus Emmick plague this year. Only describe as a Rio Arriba County man in his twenties, health officials say he was hospitalized before he passed away. Last month. Bubonic Plague was also diagnosed in a Santa Fe County man in his sixties, according to the CDC, which also says this Can't be treated effectively with modern antibiotics can cause serious illness or death if it's not treated.
Teddy Roosevelt's great-grandson says remove the statue
"Last month, New York's Museum of Natural History announced that it's removing a statue of President Theodore Roosevelt that many find objectionable. It's a decision that has the full support of Mark Roosevelt, president of ST John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the great grandson of Theodore Roosevelt. The subject Gatien of other races. By those of us of European origin. Is our nation's original sin. That sin began soon after our arrival on this continent and his bait tragic part of our history to this day. If we wish to live in harmony and equality. With people of other races. We should not maintain paternalistic statues, the depict Native Americans and African Americans in subordinate roles. A statue of my great grandfather. Eared our Roosevelt. In front of New York's Museum of Natural History does so that it is being taken down. Some argue that we should not erase our past and it's such statues, Khun B. Invitations to examine and civilly discuss complex issues. That is disingenuous. That is what books and classrooms therefore not monuments. Monuments are designed toe honor people and to keep those honorees and what they stood for alive in our collective memory. We're all of us in this country. Bound together by the tragedy of racial subject, Gatien and continuing violence and multiple other affronts to black Americans and other people of color. Those of us with power and influence who say we wish to do better are diminished. Fire stalled failed. And woefully insufficient attempts to actually do so. Those with power and influence who will not even acknowledge these wrongs. Are an embarrassment to the nation. If we wish to allow for historical nuance, and I do To continue to recognize Washington and Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt for their very really accomplishment. While also allowing that they like so many of us were complicity in our nation's original and ongoing sin. We must start by admitting that we've failed to acknowledge the depth of that sin. And immediately remove all memorials and statues honoring those who fought a civil war or otherwise worked to perpetuate that scent. And then we should get on with the desperately needed work of up roading, systemic racism wherever it is found.
Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet
"You so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's
Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet
"Thank you so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's
The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin has permanently laid off a number of employees
"This is national native news. I Megan camera in Perrine Tony Gonzalez. Indigenous activists are asking former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to drop out of the Democratic Senate primary over photos of him, and what they say is imitative native. American clothing common dreams, reports, coalition of indigenous women in their allies sent an open letter on Saturday outlining hickenlooper participation in hunting competition where they say winners are dressed in war, bonnets and losers must address like quote. Unquote squaws. The letter points out. This ethnic slur is associated with sexual assault of native North American Indian women. The one shot antelope punt has been a tradition in Wyoming for many decades A. Video from Wyoming. PBS shows the clothing being placed on the winners and losers by members of the Shoshoni tribe. Other? Groups joined the letter including sunrise movement converged. Colorado, and the indigenous environmental network, the latest controversy follows others including video that has surfaced showing Hickenlooper six years ago, comparing politicians scheduled to working on a slave ship. The letter says he has shown a pattern of quote. Behavior. The Ho Chunk Nation in Wisconsin has permanently laid off an undetermined number of tribal employees. The tribe has several casinos in Wisconsin that have been affected by corona virus closures and restrictions in a video statement Ho. Chunk President Myron White Eagle said the difficult decision is aimed at preserving the nation's financial health. This is a hard road to recovery to where we were pre pandemic. No one knows when we'll get back to. To those conditions, we hope to recall as many as employees as we can. But the future is uncertain White Eagle said laid off. Employees are not eligible for health insurance through the tribe, but they can seek services with the state. He said tribal officials failed to approve a budget for the coming fiscal year, but instead are working with a bare bones sixty day, operating budget in the hopes of the financial picture improves. Navajo nation leaders want new, Mexico to end efforts to dismiss a landmark education case meant to address educational inequities in the state. President Jonathan knows and Vice President Myron analyzer sent a letter to lawmakers expressing their opposition to a motion to dismiss the Yes Martinez lawsuit. Nez Native students deserve an educational environment that prioritizes their culture and unique needs. A judge ruled in twenty eighteen that New Mexico had denied English language learners, Special Education, native, American, and low income students, their constitutional right to a sufficient education, the Santa Fe new Mexican reports. The state filed a motion in March to dismiss the suit because it claims it has met the. The requirements of the decision the New Mexico Center online poverty, which representing the as he plaintiffs argues the state's efforts have been piecemeal in an op-ed, and the Albuquerque Journal they right. There are still large inequities in access to reliable Internet and technology, and they say they're still a lack of culturally and linguistically appropriate instructional materials, and there's a shortage of certified teachers. In Brazil people more into the death of KAIAPO leader and rainforest defender Paulino. Akon from covid Nineteen Public Radio International reported con played a key role in creation of tribal territory and ensuring indigenous rights were included in the country's Constitution The New York Times reports pie controversial, the world warning of the destruction of the Amazon appearing with celebrities like sting, but in the early nineteen nineties he was accused of rape. Supporters claim to the charges were. Were created a silence him. More than three hundred indigenous people in the Amazon have died from covid nineteen. The Guardian reports fears are rising. The virus will bring terrible losses of knowledge and tribal history, culture and traditional medicine. Many indigenous leaders accused the government of far-right President Gyro Bolsonaro of failing to protect Brazil's indigenous people by delaying aid and forcing them to risk infection by travelling to nearby towns for help for National Native News. I'm Meghan, camera.
Understanding Fine Art Pet Photography
"Hey folks this interview. A little something special. We're GONNA be talking with the photographer out of Santa Fe new. Mexico about fine art photography. Welcome back to this week in photo of this. This interview is going to be pretty interesting because. I've had a couple of photographers on before that talk about pet photography, but never from that sort of high end fine art level of it. It's more portraiture, which is great and all that, but not fine art portraiture in black and white, and really pushing it to its level to the to a different level, so Jesse Fredin is here to talk about his process in creating fine art photography. With pets and what his methodology is for doing that with the processes, White, choose the shoot primarily or process primarily in black and white. All sorts of things. Jesse, welcome to the show man. How are you doing? Great thanks for having me on. Yeah, it's good to have you on you. Are I caught you in the middle of a move? So you're. You're doing all kinds of stuff over there, so thank you. Thank you for taking the time to do this. Yeah, this is this is going to be good, so let's let's start off with. Just a little bit of background on what who'd Jesse is as a photographer, and what led you to this particular genre of photography? Yeah you. Portrait photographer auditor is really what. Drew me to the medium. I would steal my parents Polaroid camera. and go out in the yard and photograph my neighbor. I think that sort of. That interest in studying people through Camera Lens started at that age and. So you know all throughout college, I was religious I was doing portraiture, and I started with instant cameras and became a real obsession, I was gonNA. Documenting. Not just my life relationships in my world and then fast forward. Years later when I was in San Francisco, when I was an apprentice, a family, a high end family portraiture studio. I. Was Thinking about working families as well and kind of in the footsteps of my mentors, but. I really didn't have much interest in family as it didn't. I have amazing reports children and it's just not something that. I'm fascinated by, but what? I was doing for many years as working dogs professionally and. I was so interested in the relationship that we have with their animals. What means about us, and so you know? When I was apprentice studio in thinking about me on business, one of my mentors mentioned that I should photograph dogs. At the time it sounded really silly. I you know this was almost fifteen years ago and The dog photography at the time was really cheesy and colourful and Very Wide Angle and Mary kind of commercial. So long story short. I did a session with a friend and her dog. Actually have that photo here in the studio. took out my blog. Shooting back in the day, and I had this real Aha moment and I realized that. Photograph dogs for me at least is really just a way to study people to vehicle studying the human condition and. That just Kinda got things started for me and ever since then I've been dentist. What did you see That's an interesting kind of tangent on that, so the the. The way that the portrait photographers approach a session I would imagine is a little bit different than the way you approach session because you have to clients, you have the owner and then the actual subject themselves the dog right so. Is that. Is that a benefit or a or a negative towards the interaction? Point I mean. I do feel like the way that I approach. My work is very much in the vein of a portrait photographer. That's business. It's how I run my sessions and I. Really you know Yes. Dogs are clearly integral part of my work. But. It's I'm doing it more in the human portraiture approach, however just like you said you know when a photographer is going out and photographing a family. Doing wedding doing photographing kids. It's very photographer and. You know human subject. There's not much in between what I get is this? Creatures, these dogs mostly. That really are kind of this medium to understand my client so I've been doing work with dogs for twenty years now watching our how we react with animals being really just kind of like a mirror about who we are. So it's a really interesting. wait, understand who someone is and understand why. Not just what their relationship is like not it's definitely not just about the dog it's about. It totally about studying unconditional love and studying relationships and dogs get to be kind of vehicle that I I I. You find that that the whole I don't know if it's a myth or If. It's true or not. That owners tend to look like their pet. We're. It's definitely true. I mean really I think it's true. It's I don't know why I think we look like our animals. We definitely talk and. act like our animals. You know if you think about it, you know it's like if you have an animal and spends every waking moment with you, you guys are apt to rub off on each other, and their energy is going to mimic yours and vice versa. So y interest in. Obviously interested in dogs because they're wonderful animals on these things, but really it's about. It's not just about what dogs give us about what we are able to give dogs, and you know it's A. It's a much more. Deep Assitant study then just on the
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"In downtown Santa Fe we have the obelisk vandalized the mayor wanted to take it down did not come right down because of this the man vandalized we also have the India palace restaurant being vandalized not a good look not a good message it certainly isn't all right my heart goes out to India palace I mean terrible it it it just I mean that's an attack their livelihood on their business and it and what it represented was even uglier than the results of the attack so yeah my heart goes out to them and I hope we as a community when they get back in business for ensure that we if we haven't eaten there lately we ought to be going in there and supporting them and they've been supporting our community for years and yeah it is just a tragic thing to see and and and seeing happening here in Santa Fe somehow we feel we're immune to the sometimes but it I guess I guess we're not it nor not an end we want you know safe is not just say from covert safe is safe and and visitors are going to come here if they feel that there's issues that that that we're having as a community that that might make them feel either unsafe or uncomfortable so I hate to see it happening our guest is rainy rally convention executive director version one and when you when you talk about a spike I was gonna say everything is spiking except occupancy has struck I got the numbers from bay and it was just about twenty percent of the open hotels so yeah yeah it's really it's it's that's a hard pill to swallow we had on Adrian Perez last week from heritage hotels and resorts president H. H. and R. and they will start to reopen on June July the first and they're hiring so if people are looking for work and I strongly suggest you do now's a good time to look for work if you're on an on on employment and enjoying that six hundred dollars a week because that is going away at the end of July all right the math so you have ten thousand maybe have a couple thousand left are you handing those out on the plaza do you have people actually going down proactively with a handful of mass walking around the plaza and handing those out to people not wearing them and do business is down around the plaza have them out we we're trying to get them out and all the businesses that we possibly can I just send another notice out to all our hotels making sure that they know that they can get these mass for free and any business can stop by and pick up a box of five hundred mass anytime they want to make available to their their gas when we don't have somebody walking around handing them out right now just due to a shortage of staff we're still on the the furlough but but as we get into July and and are the furlough is reduced for tourism we certainly intend to to do that and that that's a good reminder out of order of best for them says you know if you need a mass you know that just ask and so we can but we'll get that going once wrote for awhile all right Randy just said they have boxes of five hundred maths for any business that wants them free at tourism Santa Fe inside the convention center so if you need them let me generate any individual who wants some I mean if you just have to fill out a form you have to promise you won't sell them because we can't have that happening but I mean I can I've got a box in the back of my car and I keep some on the seat next to me and if I see it if any of these panhandler out there with looking for money and they don't have a mascot I hand them up back of mass so I would say anybody who wants a box of these matters stop down and we'll be glad to help you we'll be right down to preside at the visitor center on San Francisco street seventy San Francisco street thank you for any pre shave time you bet I was a pleasure thanks for a clear fine everything around the math preaches or stay well wash your hands twenty minutes after one o'clock on a Tuesday afternoon come back and I will read you the statement from mayor Alan Webber how what happened it's easy in the palace restaurant the mayor will join us at two thirty today anything on.
Pine Ridge Indian Health Service regains accreditation
"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez the Pine Ridge Indian Health Service Hospital in south, Dakota has regained accreditation and can now bill Medicare for services. Jackie Henry has more the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Services ended its provider agreement with the Pine Ridge IHS facility in two thousand, seventeen, citing the facilities failure to meet care standards. Losing that agreement meant the facility couldn't reimburse treatments through those programs by November of last year. A CMS survey team reported the hospital to be one hundred percent compliant with standards. Last month. The Joint Commission awarded the hospital full accreditation after a virtual survey. James Driving Hawk is the Great Plains area director for Indian Health Services? Services he says the Pine Ridge team has demonstrated, it can consistently meets standards. We have expanded leadership oversight from the office to the hospital and improve staffing levels, and we have increased requirements for medical staff, credentialing education of our staff were quality standards and implemented new checks and balances to ensure new issues that arise are addressed promptly. He says the agreement with CMS will help. The facility maintained and expanded services going forward now that all of our visits that we have a with our our patients are are able to be reimbursed, fully reimbursed now and so those the hospitals will receive that additional revenue, and then we take that revenue investment back into to. Into Services Driving Hawk says one of those investments planned renovation of the Pine Ridge IHS Emergency Department I'm Jacky, Henry in Sioux Falls South Dakota native people, their allies and city officials took part in a celebration in Santa Fe. New Mexico Thursday after a statue a Spanish governor Don. Vargas was taken down. They also called for the removal of a war monument, bearing racist inscription. The celebration followed demonstrations earlier this week in Albuquerque and Rio Arriba. County were statues of Spanish. One day on Yati were removed autumn. Roseville a CO founder of three sisters collective spoke to the crowd about the atrocities. Committed against Tacoma people in the late fifteen hundreds, hundreds of people passed away dirty, not massacre, and the men who survived the were enslaved, and had the right foot amputated. And that's why you saw the statue. In the late nineteen ninety S, Donlon Yahtzee with his right foot cutoff. Because we still remember native people say the removal of statues of colonizers in new. Mexico is a long time coming including tribal leaders who've worked with politics on removing the stone pillar, honoring military actions Jorge Rivera former governor of a Pueblo and has been involved in talks about its removal. MONUMENT CARVED IN MARBLE We're referred to as savages and savage has a lot of meaning both legally and culturally. Has a lot of meaning, and it was not appropriate for it to be used. In describing are people. I. Think are people are. the public people touch people now hope people create the image of the southwest, and everybody knows that you know that tribes are still alive and vibrant in this area. The mayor of Santa Fe Ellen Weber spoke at Thursday's event, calling the removal of statues part of healing and justice. He did not mention if for when the monument would be taken down or a statue of Soldier Kit Carson. The Hilo River Indian community has closed its casinos for two weeks due to recent spikes of covid nineteen in Arizona. The tribe halted gaming operations in March due to Cova nineteen and reopened in May after the state lifted stay at home orders. The second closure comes after a casino employee reportedly died recently due to complications of Covid nineteen I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Demonstration celebrates statue of Spanish colonizer taken down
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. A statue of Spanish colonizer juande Altay was removed in northern New Mexico hours before a planned protest, but that didn't stop members of grassroots, native groups and their allies from demonstrating off state road, sixty eight north of the city of Espanola surrounding huddle immunity. Stare at. The Red Nation three sisters collective, demonstrated outside the monuments wall, calling for its permanent removal as county officials decide the statues. Fake speakers used a megaphone to talk about the monument, sitting on traditional Pueblo homelands and recounted the atrocities. The conquistador committed against Pueblo people the. Ball and everyday bubble resistance is the reason public people are still here because resistance is traditional. The group then cross gates onto the grounds. Where the statue stood as deputies watched nearby, demonstrators climbed on the Monument Mount, saying a handwriting song and Red Paint was hand printed on the plaque, own yacht as name. Jennifer Marley has long been involved with the red nation, not a protest. It's a it's A. It's a celebration and also a chance to inform people. About this history entered mind people that the struggle is not over that this is of many victories that we will continue to have and that the work continues, and we must go on. The Red Nation has advocated for the removal of names and symbols of Spanish conquistadors around new. Mexico. The group was instrumental in the University of New Mexico Seal Change, which depicted conquistador frontiers, men. They also led the way in ending pageantry, depicting the re entry of Kista door NC on affay. Monday's event drew some opposition. Shots could be heard from cars, a few voices expressing differing views from the crowd and oncein across the street read all lives matter a slogan which has been associated with criticism of the black lives matter movement, meanwhile in Albuquerque shooting occurred at a demonstration Monday night, as people called for the removal of a statue police are investigating and reported early Tuesday morning. One person was in critical condition. More demonstrations are being planned including one in Santa, fe. The White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona is increasing safety measures after a rise in positive covid nineteen cases, Christine Trudeau reports the White Mountain Apache tribe reached one, thousand, two, hundred and fifty nine reported positive covid, nineteen cases, which according to travel chairwoman Wendy newly. GATEWOOD is likely due to an increase in testing and contact tracing the tribe is on stay at home orders with an eight pm to five am curfew and has closed non-tribal citizens and tribal members, not living on the reservation. Recently, the council passed a measure that anyone found in violation of safety. Restrictions would be ineligible for a one thousand two hundred dollar emergency relief payment from the tribe safety restriction measures are crucial to. To protect elders says chairwoman, league, Gatewood, as they are the most vulnerable to the virus. We will never in our lifetime care of an actual. Distri of I lived in a wiki up. I had to ride a horse to town. Because we had no car, we traveled in a wagon. We hiked on foot. Those types of stories. We're not going to hear that anymore. And the language they know the tradition culture heritage, the importance of who we are the tribal us one of their hotels as a quarantine, isolation site and plan to purchase additional modular units for quarantine housing. They are in need of item donations like facemasks, hand, sanitizer and cleaning supplies for quarantined homes. I'm Christine Trudeau. I'm Antonio
Treasure chest hidden in Rocky Mountains finally found
"And the treasure chest filled with more than a million dollars worth of gold jewels and other valuables and hidden somewhere in the Rocky Mountains in twenty ten has been located that from eighty nine year old forest fan who hit the chest more than a decade ago and told the Santa Fe new Mexican that he did not want to give any clues to where the treasure was found or who found it only saying that the person located the chest a few days ago and sent him a photo confirming the fight fan posted clues on line in a poem in his autobiography hundreds of thousands search for the treasure with many quitting their jobs and some dying in the
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Of Santa Fe on C. R. C. later thirty five minutes after one o'clock been talking with business people week ten days about what it's like to re open how can we help you to get people back into your business today Andy Barnes have any Barnes joins us fallout from dinner for two Jeff how are you today happy Friday pretty good pretty good thank you for having me today absolutely all right tell people what dinner for two is those ignorant people out there never been there well delivered to it's a it's been in my family for nineteen years now be the nineteenth anniversary this weekend we opened in two thousand one what we do is we specialize in tableside dining and that we do if they're casual fine dining concept in you is we provide a nice dinner of steaks is what we do steaks and seafood and so at a good price and what our goals are to produce a nice meal at a reasonable price for for everybody that's acceptable where are you that's the key we are in a downtown where on the corner of west to San Francisco in Guadalupe you were on it right behind the building and the Eldorado well how old is that building it was built in the fifties we were just doing some research on it recently it was a fruit stand in the fifties it's it's a cool looking building now it is a leader it's it's interesting the history we looked into it and then that way originally was the building behind it started with fruits and and the property got annexing became so little thing in the collection of a long skinny shape the difference you know hello for quite some time and all right are you doing in restaurant dining on the patio dining to go dining and I guess if if your family or your your group you have to split up because only dinner for two I believe are probably the only restaurant in the world with a take the name literally we recommit your dinner we do drinkers many groups do you like how can you behind in a virtue is that it is more of an intimate setting its place somewhere you wanna come have your birthday or your anniversary or just you know the one eight years we've been nominated for the best the so that that's working for two comes in we did three million last probably we can rebuild some have L. hello Daniel it's been a really to really nice out there were just beautiful out there better than I would ever hope for well all right do you recommend people can drop by or call or make a reservation online are well I I think calling it is good to make a reservation you can also do it online their website at dinner for two and M. dot com or you can go to open table I do recommend you calling because we are at fifty percent occupancy rate for the CDC procedures and so therefore we can figure out a timing and all that it helps us out on our end to be able to make sure nobody has to wait too long for table downtown restaurant incredible dining place dinner for two chef Andy Barnes is our guest so chefs say on a Friday night in in early June during during this weird time what might be on the menu tonight well we have some new I am very into cocktails right now into feeling driven cocktails we have an apricot margaritas that is and tastic I have he has very blockage Rinker called the raspberry switches I have a banana tea drinks call the ones in her seat very good we also have a couple new judges to be happy white more a poblano on the menu which is one my current favorite things I absolutely love our signature dish is a flaming young that is crusted with cocoa coffee and garlic and then charge on a white hot grill and then covered with green Chile queso and topped with blue crab call the police could you throw one of those on right now I'm on my way my god that sounds good all that big it is amazing I mean I mean that's really all over the board seats or two and crab glad what is served with are we deal with a caramelized onion mashed potato when we deal with a lot looking back vessel again after your Manhattan now that really sounds good what kind I I do have a bit legendary sweet too do you have desserts of course we do we do one table side we do bananas foster DS will be flown B. at the flames go up the with the with the rum and the banana look cool or internal Werner ice cream is absolutely fantastic wonderful to well it all send fantastique it is dinner for two seventy Barnes our guest it is open for patio dining it is open for in restaurant dining fifty percent capacity and also to go still in indigo any.
Multistate manhunt for college senior suspected of 2 murders in Connecticut
"A desperate manhunt still under way for a college senior suspected in two murders police have tracked him from Connecticut across New Jersey out to Pennsylvania the urgent multi state manhunt intensifying for suspected killer Peter Manfredonia the FBI and local law enforcement combing Monreal county Pennsylvania after the university of Connecticut senior was last spotted walking near train tracks in east Stroudsburg police now say he got to those tracks by taking it over to a nearby Walmart a two thousand twelve Hyundai Santa Fe then stolen from the area that's A. B. C.'s Ariel Russia for
Should I Get My Soil Tested?
"If your garden is gorgeous and perfect and you have no problems. Would you need to get a soil test done? I would say it might be good just for your curiosity but I recognize that it does come at a cost. You know it can cost anywhere from around twenty bucks twenty five dollars to have the soil tested so no if your soil kind of goes under the. If it ain't broke don't fix that's exactly. Yeah because I'm in New York. The soil tests were considerably more than twenty or twenty five but it was more like the fifty dollar range so I would always say and this is what I've always done. If if it ain't broke don't fix it if you if you notice. Your plants are not growing the way you think you should. There's some indication that that there's a problem either they're not flowering or the foliage is sickly yellow. Or then. I would do it but I would say soil test before you actually try to do anything to improve your soil because as you mentioned you can't know what the problem is. You're just be a shot in the dark. The one exception that I would say to. If it ain't broke don't fix. It would be annual selling. And that's because yes annuals have short season to do their thing. Most of them are nitrogen hogs they bloom at the end of new growth. And what stimulates new growth nitrogen? So for your annuals you would be better off. Fertilizing regularly or using time release fertilizer or a mix of time release and Inorganic Product. That has a higher rate of nitrogen in it. I I know that all of the horticultural universities who do testing on things like how annuals grow best. They see that they grow better with fertilizer. And that's been my experience as well so and that brings up another question. I agree annuals. Do need that fertilization. Because they have a short amount of time to grow. Produce Flowers set seed. That's it that's their job and they need a lot of nutrition. But what if you have annuals planted in the same containers the same garden bed as perennials? Or as woody's is that a problem people ask me this all the time. Oh interesting well I guess for things like Rooftop Gardens where you might have a shrub or a perennial in a container with annual. Frankly I would fertilize in that case anyway because these plants are in smaller areas. They're growing in a container right. So yeah I would go ahead and fertilize in a container by disagree. That at this only happens in containers. I think people with small gardens like I have here in Santa Fe have no choice but to Inter plant their annuals with their perennials. The vast acreage you have on Cape Cod offers many more growing opportunities. But I didn't mean to imply that it only happened in containers I okay. I meant to imply that in urban gardens it's more likely to happen. In containers that you've got shrubs and annuals or perennials and annuals mixed together. But I absolutely mix in annuals perennial gardens and around trump's and everything and I've fertilize the area where the annuals are going to be planted and does that excite you know give some nutrients to the perennials absolutely but. I do try and target the fertilizer into the area where the annuals are. Yeah so a little bit of that. Fertilizer may extend into the reach of the perennials and the and the shrubs but the focus is on the annuals right. So it's very possible outside of feeding your animals every year that you might not need to fertilize all your other plants. Every year depending on what? The results of that soil test are absolutely and. I think that we should a pause before we routinely feed things like trees for example. Because we don't want to push growth artificially for tree. We want it to grow as nature intended for them to grow and Unless we know that they are not getting the nutrients that they need. I think we need to err on the side of caution personally. I'm afraid to get a soil test done because I think my soil is so awful. I don't want to know I don't want to know because then I'll be obliged to do something about it. So don't panic. You are not a bad gardner. If you don't fertilize your garden. Every year. The important thing is to find out if you need to fertilize. So if you've got problem areas take soil samples send it into your co op extension office or your local Land Grant University. And they'll tell you if you need to fertilize
The perfect pandemic garden
"Today. We are going to start off in Santa Fe New Mexico we have James Edwards with us. He is a Powell. Mc and organic gardening student James's Ponti and my pleasure to have him here with us today. James Welcome thank you Tara. Greetings to all your listeners in our friends and relatives out there Hope everybody's staying safe I've been living here in Santa Fe with my family for about seventeen years now I grew up around a traditional and conventional style Gardening early on in my wife. My Grandmother There in Oklahoma My family also was around that quite a bit and just over the years I moved more towards Gardening at home Especially the more I moved into Embracing more of my culture. You know many of us grew up in the suburbs in urban settings and weren't always able to you know to see that first hand you know gardening methods and not realizing the importance of it to our cultures as indigenous people in all these different regions and I Been focusing mainly on organic and natural methods and again in a suburban setting mostly containers So that to be flexible. You know either if you're moving or you know. Taking advantage of the sun a little micro climates in their yard. You know taking into consideration the needs or the different of the different varieties of different types of plants. You know some do well in shade some do well in full sun and learning all those You know different types. Assure important to your success and there's a lot of lessons that come with all of this in James just hearing some of the routes that you have a no pun intended may be a little Pun In this in why gardens are important this year. Do you feel that your garden is something else. Besides just carrying on that knowledge. Yes it's taken on a new importance for myself my family and for a lot of people out there The endemic situation going on the food chain supply Having hiccups having difficulties There are some shortages of you know usually widely available foods in our supermarkets and we tend to rely on that and so- relying on ourselves more. You know in the sense you know is giving that importance and a combination of traditional and modern methods is contributing to our success as gardeners and being able to fill our freezers. The thrown vegetables To can vegetables and fruits. That's the importance cannot be understated at all. I mean it can't be overstated as the importance for food security especially in places out here in the literal desert where there are many food desserts especially on reservations and Some herbs some suburban areas. Some folks have to go a long way to the grocery store. We're lucky that we're close here in Santa Fe to a lot of you know a veil ability for Farmers Markets and supermarkets and a lot of people. Don't have that and so it's as important to me even though we have that availability is just as important as it is to somebody out on the reservation Well away from supplies and food availability. Sure in we're seeing the other side of that of wind supply. Isn't there and so James. Tell me about what you decided to plant this year. How it's going. How early did you start and we WANNA hear Your Garden Story to? You can give us a call. Share your thoughts. Share your stories at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight glad James I use a combination of some commercials varieties and traditional varieties heritage varieties. I my family is in possession of several varieties of corn that might try took from Nebraska Oklahoma when we resettled into Indian territory when we got our agency We were very fortunate there. Several families among the Ponti who are in possession of these Koren's of one being called an eagle corn. It's a very sacred corn syrup. Ponti People There's a lot of hard work done through the Panis Preservation Project Under the leadership of deb Echo Hawk to preserve these varieties and now they're freely available tribal members and even trouble members like us who are away from our home area. They sent him in the mail to us and so I am delving more into the three sisters method. This year and traditionally that's been corn beans and squash. They're mutually beneficial companion planting concepts Like the beans give nitrogen to the corn and the squash. The squashed provides shade to keep the soil moist and the corn provides the stocks for the means to grow up. And I know a lot of people are doing this now. It's catching on all across the country. And so I'm using Ponti Blue Corn. I'm using a man Dan vining squash and I'm using black and white beans. That were I believe. Erroneously called Cave beings by some archaeologists who found some traditional being variety grown by the Pueblos here since their ancestral times. And so I. Have you know several different traditional variety working in conjunction to Create these gardens
Jonas Brothers Share What They've Been Up To In Quarantine
"We say good morning to the Jonas brothers. Good Morning Guys. Welcome to earning. So can we. Where are we right? Now I'm in. I'm in a basement in New Jersey. Where Joe where are you? I'm in my office in L. A. and La Los Angeles and Are you in La as well? I'm also La just hanging out me and my dogs this morning. Kevin and I'm not in the basement in Jersey but I am in Jersey. You're in my state. Come on over. We'll distance sounds good. So here's here's something I find fascinating about you guys ever since you decided to come back and give this another world. You've been nonstop. I mean I don't it from our perspective. It seems like you never stop. It's like every day. You have a new announcement there. A new announcement tomorrow. I mean but because of the way we're living our lives these days. I'm assuming you're almost forced to slow down a little bit. Aren't you or. You're still chugging away just as fast as always it's been surprisingly busy. I mean on on top of Releasing Xm Five more minutes today and kind of the gear up for that We all stay pretty busy with their own own. Things I've been doing. The voice live shows remote from home which has been very unique. And you know had to sort of spend most of my my time outside of brothers stuff doing that. Kevin's been you know. Homeschooling is kids. And yes. That's the only new thing and then going. How's that working for you It's good. I just can't believe in kindergarten. They're doing like like light Algebra like I. Just don't get it. You know like she's like I was just helping her ready for this call with some of her schoolwork and she's like Dad. I have to solve for x and you help me figure out which one this is came today. That's the sole for ex- ex- exactly nice. I feel like we all think we're smart until it's time to help your children with homework and like wait a second. I'M REALLY NOT THAT SMART. Exactly was this is kindergarten. So I'm really concerned about what the future holds. This is why I stopped at a Schnauzer. Brilliant as is GonNa be in my house Schnauzer. He speaks German and Joe. I was watching a cup of Joe on Qube. That looks like a dry. A dream job to me being able to these these cities. You've always been too but you never got to see them now. You get to explore them with interesting people exactly a for years we would travel and go to these different cities and we'd see the hotel or just the venues we started going. Stir crazy thinking what would it be like if I had a six hours to explore with interesting people and we really tried to get some interesting talented to join us and then Matthew mcconnahey was was number one he started us off so I was like well? You set the bar. I once I ran out of gas. I used Kevin Neck which was great. I'll convenience being show convene you WANNA come so so being being musicians which is part of what you are being How does this all change for you? You're still making music but it's all I'm assuming it. The rules are thrown out the door. I mean it's a whole new way of of existing and creating right definitely definitely different. Get all go ahead. This is the hardest part about these calls. You never know. Speak kind of adapting to what this life is like for all of us right now. I'm making the most of it. Obviously music keeps US motivated and inspired so we tried to have little recording writing setups in in individual spaces. So I've been able to do songwriting from afar. And sometimes you go. Why haven't we done this all this time? Bagley you'll have our space but I think it's it's going to be really exciting. We can get a in a room with a bunch of people again and Wrightson songs right now. Have you seen each other in masks yet because I find that? It's the most bizarre thing to see a loved one in a mask who the nothing your naked. I? We haven't actually I have. I've seen Kevin on his way. You know he's running errands and we've facetime. We're both mass together. So it's just a bizarre world we're living in But at the same time when you're still producing music you're still doing the things you love. You'd have to do differently but you you. You make sacrifices in you come out with like what we're doing today so you decided to release what we call it a bundle it's called X. or fire go. No because there's there's an ex and there's five more minutes so well. Today's the fifteenth. So we thought we'd get creative. Okay tricking we've asked him. I didn't even put the two together. So I'm with YOU ELVIS. Good so we're GONNA play X or five minutes or so. I play both. What should we do? Here I've been played both say yes probably the time we've ever released time top five okay. We'll do it. I'M GONNA blame now in that order accident in five minutes in next time. Let's get together in the same room. Let's say some better timing. What are you do? I think this is great. I love the fact that I can be in my basement and talk to the Jonas brothers. Oh by the way announcement I dunno I think Kevin knows but I have three huge Koi in my house and Santa Fe and there yesterday enjoy Jonas brother a scavenger now and they have they have little fish now. They're they're they're having families. How Kevin Kevin in Nick? Fish all did each other well. I don't know I don't know how to tell left tail and how it works but it congratulates the three of you. Have you have little fish in my fish? I wanted to say thanks the enjoyment.
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Of next week your full day today in Santa Fe right now the forty nine degrees kind of cool confirmation yeah we're gonna have an author very soon an author and professor in fact we're talk about the the overlapping of politics leadership the elections line full despot the overlapping of all of that and William Shakespeare we can learn a lot from the bar so we will have the the author professor on a very very soon not today but very soon all right it is what we are here twenty three minutes after one o'clock on a Thursday afternoon all right always happy to welcome in congressman Ben ray lu Han to the show congressman Ben ray lu Han from congressional district number three northern Mexico and here in Santa Fe and also the assistant speaker of the house congressman good afternoon Richard good afternoon I was an honor to be with you all right there are a million things we could talk about including a corona virus and in security in all kinds of other things that are going on in the nation's capital or not going on in the country but you wanted to talk about innovation legislation and this is perfect because we we talk about this a lot yesterday a new organization called Santa Fe innovates with you I just found that tells about the legislation absolutely well there are a lot of important issues going on right now it takes place all over the country including the corona virus and we just actually heard a report where there was I reported a case of corona virus of someone that didn't travel out in California so again with the warning from the CDC that this is something that I will happen not a matter of if but when across America and that's why it is members of Congress does speaker pollution leader Schumer laid out that it's critically important that any funds that Congress appropriates that they're not able to be transferred out and they must be so invested and spent on the corona virus inviting pictures disease vaccines must be affordable and available to all that the debt and the local governments must be reimbursed for costs incurred while insisting the federal response so we're gonna have to make sure we're working together in that space but as you said the you know in the area of innovation I'm really proud to have been working with different colleagues in organizations since I was elected to the Congress and this week we rolled out on the latest package that we put together in partnership with many others not only to invest in our national lab infrastructure but investing in the work force and with entrepreneurs down there a lot of great opportunities in high paying jobs across the Mexico including at our national labs and we need to make sure we have programs of that those jobs are filled by you Mexican and that the national labs are not returning from out of state from programs like coding and cybersecurity microelectronics healthcare services advanced manufacturing education and this package that we have promotes apprenticeship programs as well and while we know that our national labs are a great resource public libraries are also important to rural communities a third of US public libraries serve communities with populations less than twenty five hundred there's a reason why former New Mexico governor David cargo was adamant about making sure we have public libraries all across the state park.
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And welcome to the Santa Fe home town I guess that makes me and just what is a project well it's actually just one year out of context they say is everything so whatever you're the project explores I always present the music at the time and little bits of news movie ATVs memories of that one year just a few hours it's almost like being there and then there's one or two mostly to tales of life in Santa Fe in that one one year in the life of my hometown Santa Fe New Mexico USA and for this week's project I selected the next one year for the past nineteen sixty two we put man in space the missiles out of Cuba the silent generations and call it yeah others call it Camelot and in Santa Fe nineteen sixty two it was dirty politics is the prison escapes there and one naked lady in the city jail welcome to nineteen sixty two go surfing now but is there now and now and how there's and now now out of the atomic war came the perfect man the humanoids man's own creation physically and mentally perfect created to serve their master and women what good man compete with his creation the perfect man you will have that that machine I love he dedicated to keeping me happy and I am happy man created by man becomes man's worst enemy you must see it to believe it the creation of a humanoid.
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And look at some of the opportunities, we have there, and and also Santa Fe county website HR. They have the posting applications and things like one of the things I forgot to ask you about is is are we making any progress when it comes to intoxicated when people drinking and driving have you seen numbers around the holidays through through the Christmas season that that season. Of course, every time we have something like saying Patty's day, I'm sure there's guys are out in patrol as well have you seen any improvement? No, we we have seen. We've actually touch on that, Richard. We've we've reorganized our DWI unit. This is substantiated so stench substantially substantially smaller. Sorry. And we've identified the best hours to identify DWI's to be out on patrol for DWI. So we've moved their schedule around to hopefully, make an impact when we've seen that. Statistically, people are driving an intoxicated and the hours and the and the DS at they do and so hopefully that'll make a bigger impact. But you know, we're out there patrolling if you're drinking and driving you're wrong. So you don't want to run into the office. Once again, you know, you have to cooperate with from from Santa Fe with PD with the suitcase with k with all the agencies because you know, people could be coming down. Right. Heading this way from anywhere or up from anywhere. It's a it's a team effort all all law enforcement surrounding. Does the tech still work where you can text DWI? You can that's that. Actually, I believe is a state program goes to the state, but your best bet is to call the nonemergency line. If you're seeing something right in front of you swerving somebody swerving or that, you think is intoxicated call the nonemergency line. And then we'll we'll put you on the line with the with the dispatcher, and if you're following them, we'll get behind you and stop him. Once again, I I wanna thank you because I was really really hard to see these behind Senate Bill.
"santa fe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Northbound Santa Fe is open, but westbound mineral is still being diverted onto northbound Santa Fe and southbound Santa Fe closed this all because of a really bad crash down at Santa Fe and mineral early this morning two people confirmed dead in that accident. The investigation continues still huge backups between mineral and Santa Fe and prints and south Platte river driving a bowls Littleton boulevard. Everything real jammed up Broadway as well as drivers seek alternate routes Yeltsin in alternate route on highway ninety three northbound closed between Washington and Iowa drive in the golden area slick getting up the hill. There are you've had several crashes. Morning. Forty seven the Peoria jammed up because of a crash Alameda and Quebec there's an accident there. Extra slow on that. Eastbound I seventy drive heavy and slow from Harlan all the way over I twenty five and out past Brighton that westbound I seventy drive sluggish from Santa Fe from Havana. Are you drive on to seventy heavy in both directions? That eastbound to seventy drive loaded up for my twenty-five your westbound for by seventy boulder. Turnpike was pretty clogged up by crash eastbound at Broadway, that's been cleared. Westbound boulder turnpike heavy from Sheridan up past Broomfield and up into mccaslin. Your drive this morning downtown pretty heavy on I twenty five and that tech center drive. Southbound I twenty five slows just after Santa Fe southbound two to five from Parker road and northbound I twenty five heavy out of Douglas county starting in the lone tree area bridge gate. This report is sponsored by compassion international. Right now, there's a child living in extreme poverty with no furniture, no future. And no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international. Sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three in sponsor child. Right. Now next update. Eight forty KOA.
"santa fe" Discussed on Car Talk
"Brothers. And we're broadcasting this week from the center for the Mangla of Spanish translation here Ricard's plaza. It wasn't our fault. Let me just point the selling. We main goal any feel a little embarrassed we several weeks ago, we had a call from somebody some gentlemen from Santa Fe. And I asked him if he knew what Santa Fe meant confessing known then he asked me what it meant. And when I figured he would know he should know. Why should we know it? He suggested he suggested in fact, Saint Faye. That doesn't sound right. Because I had heard once we'll get it there. What it meant. And and this we got a lot of male about this actually, this one is from Christina horn who says the Tolman Ray Saint Fe next you'll be believing that they moved the Alamo. On your program. You had a call from Santa Fe who stumbled through an explanation of what Santa Fe means. I was lucky enough to visit there in June. According to my guidebook. Yes, see people who live in the city every guidebook because they know where they are. Right to get this the full name of Santa Fe is Lavi reality Santa Fe to some Francisco. The cease the Royal city of the holy fate of Saint Francis of Assisi. And so, of course, Santa Fe means holy faith. Not to be confused with what I explained what my brother actually gets an answer. Right. Oh. Is it related to Fe? Yes. I think so funny letter. This is a good letter. Oh, I'm ready. I had great mail. Sweet great mail. This is from David holy H. U Y from Wichita, Kansas. The Tomonori I've been enjoying your radio program for over a year and have been particularly entertained by your explanations of the mini unique expressions that you use the expression that will live in my mind forever is being in need of a haircut..
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Of Santa Fe. On amazed meals leader. For twelve sixties the phone number anything you want to talk about is on the table. Thirty five minutes after three o'clock Leland, you're and about sixty one two three seven good afternoon. Well, how do you do I found out that I towards the Santa Fe library, south branch? There is a huge exhibit of the internment camps of the Japanese in and around Santa Fe in New Mexico. And it didn't seem to be getting a lot of visits than I just saw that let people know that it's down there. It's a very sad to see it. But there it is. So it's quite large and got all kinds of wonderful, pictures and the explanation. So it's all up doing is just letting people know about it. Appreciate it should be see. Yes. It should be. Yeah. Well, okay. Other than nicely. Thank you have a great day you as well. All right. Who do you like tonight? Cowboy fans. Cowboys play New Orleans tonight. I don't even know what the spread is. Is probably like a couple touchdowns. I'll give you ten points. I'll take the saints. Any takers? I'll give you the Cowboys and ten points, and I'll take the saints. I'm not saying for what? But we'll figure out something if you want that. Email me riches dot com. I think it could easily be a blow out. Saying to really good. Really, balanced, and it really good great passing attack running attack and a really good solid defense. Cowboys have a so-so defense inconsistent offense decent running attack with Elliot, but. They're just too inconsistent. Not playing great ball. So I'll take ten or I'll give ten points. And I'll take the.
"santa fe" Discussed on One Two Review
"Has a pie guys we shall we wish are so guys we shall so from santa fe call it a hamlet directed by clarence coat as from requiem theater company what did you guys think of this this was a short version of hamlet acted out with ham puppets unnecessary i think i've seen like so many different versions of hamlet at this point in aversion acted out by hand puppets really didn't do anything for me unnecessary a you know what was what might have been unnecessary or a necessary depending was the amount of protesters at this show the amount of educating protesters saying you know what a waste of meat to make such a large amount of meat puppets oh yeah off obviously but because that was a lot of cold cuts each each puppet was made out of what deletes twentyfive cold cuts plus always lamont it wasn't that much they were is a line worry on at least admit him put puppets if you guys can get that punt so i mean they were you know it's a kit show is fun and the ham was all paid for so you know i allot of the meat is waste it's a lot of you have to it's a lot of there is there is wasted me i agree with the protesters and unless you degree but i don't agree that they needed to have three hundred protesters out front of this tiny little theater company and here's that here's the funny thing is this show that's basically this show stay it tours all over it's been you know all over the world as well as over the country and it always gets these protesters out so part of going and seeing hamlet is you have to cross this border of protesters you know and so that takes a little bit of courage alone you know we're probably the most courageous theatergoers it's very in america at least on the western part and that's the thing is you could argue it's wasted meet but one a one and many were arguing that are is worth anything you know that a nome out of meat is a waste if it creates a piece of art and that you know the response is clearly doing something baba blah it's a complicated it's more complicated than it sounds i suppose and bravo santa fe for that that being said they kind of mucked up hamlet and it didn't really make a lot of sense yeah they cut a lot of corners well stage left for hamlet yeah yeah not worth it a very uncomfortable piece i didn't like going through those protesters made me feel awkward may be a bad guy but a cool experience stage left as i think i've started the review off by saying it yet just was unnecessary for me so here you guys talk about has not changed my mind going off states left this time you guys you guys should know that the brandon's telling the truth because he's the gimmick guy oh yeah gimmick gay all right this gets no claps in a few coughs from the audience.
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A phone lineman bill yeah and so he worked here in town for many years and he got to know santa fe through the little nooks and crannies right because if you're a phone lineman you have to go everywhere and so he found all of these little kind of interesting parts of santa fe that may be aren't totally apparent to the everyday person so we're talking about he's talking about all his buddies from the crew and each one is from a different santa fe neighborhood and so i'm asking him like well you know what is this this neighborhood and he said well and he would identify it with a person and so that's how that series began was really this kind of investigation of a neighborhood through a specific voice on so the first one i actually wrote was with this guy amigo who happened to be a buddy from the phone line days and some of your father's yes a friend of my father's and so i went to his house on upper canyon road sat with him on his porch and we chatted about how upper canyon road had changed and how he felt about it because part of it is is that it's not simply that's something changes we experienced that change in what we feel about it and so when i interviewed him there was this this he was very determined to hold out his space there because he's one of the few hispanics so kind of remain on upper kenyan roads he was very determined to stay there and in that determination there was the sense of a little bit of sadness rate but also happiness because it's this beautiful place and he has all of these memories attached to it and so the series was really about how people remember places how they experienced places and then you know the policies that may be have changed them or that are in effect changing them in the pressures the outside pressures and the internal pressures internal pressures of family can we stay here we want to stay here maybe something to you know inspiring them to move on the outside pressures of gentrification of change in the city all the pressures now about housing maybe we need to knock down a few single family dwellings to build more dense housing because we need housing here in santa fe so let's talk in our guests guzman writer artist blogger author freelance writer for the santa fe reporter i am richard ease your host today let's talk will which which are the two that i that i brought today at least do you want to start with hopewell or rose reo we can start with hopewell okay so let's see how did they start writing about hope well well you know i think hope all came up because i was driving around hopewell was one of those experiences where if you're on cooper caused one of those side streets that kind of connects a bunch of bunch of streets together you can hit a number of nipper kind of this weird ways yeah it's a total maze it's super confusing and cut there for our way and it's like just a couple of streets right and so but it's it's a labyrinth total ever driving around they're thinking well what's what's up with hopewell what's up with hopewell and an even think of man in that nexus necessarily but as i started to do a little research and as i started to talk to people that was kind of the the bracket hopewell a man and so that neighborhood is basically like a pie it's like a piece of pie in the middle of surreal saint francis and saint mike so creates that little triangle there and and according to chambray collective which is in its is located in the hope bowman neighborhood and they deal with transportation and housing justice according to them hope oh man is kind of on the press precipice of getting gentrified and so i wanted to see what that looked like because it's so often that we see what happens after a place gets gentrified not necessarily in the stages that might lead up to it and so part of what we consider to be in the before stage i think so yeah i think so because part of what gentrification is about is.
"santa fe" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Happy father's day and me and my mom just came to santa fe national cemetery todd buzzer and you had three bronze star purple heart i've told you before these amazing man andy so i hope air listeners it doesn't look like there's a lot of flowers out sugar i hope your listeners so take a short trip santa fe and honor the people not only alive but passed on andy did you have kids of your own my parents are my kids dot eu dot eu so i take funny when that happens isn't it it happens to all of us god willing it's going to happen yeah god willing it's going to happen to all of us andy you know what i mean they're stakes thank you so and i'm always so proud of him i wish you would have been a father he would have been a great father would have of all the fathers out there and wish him all god's blessing andy's mom thank you so much take care of yourselves in have a great day up in santa fe and know that your husband is still looking over you i'm a firm believer in that thank you thank you so much thank you guys for the call it's like a little family in this weekend show isn't it it really i feel like we're having like a family reunion today right we got kids in studio you brought your kids up i couldn't ask for.
"santa fe" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"I was calling in for the big head todd tickets i'm sorry wrong number we heard you one of the tickets you are the rat pack eric win head of the city is santa fe county of santa fe film off his dog what's up what's up i just wanted to call in and and you know cindy i've had the pleasure of working with her for the last few weeks on a working committee for the city here and you know creative santa fe one of the things i want to say about them is that in my experience a lot of times getting santa fe too big dreams but you can talk off into santa fe space pretty quick around here in terms of you know not the impractical and stuff and one of the things that i really appreciate about korea sanofi in particular is that you know they're serious there they come down you alright water practical steps we can say to for example get rid of nuclear weapons on planet earth with sounds like finding the sky right but not so much if you have a people who are intelligent creative think outside the box as it were but with a mind towards actually getting stuff done so i just wanted to call in and say no you two were working as part of the the mayor's task to find ways and you tour working is specific track and that is what eric or is that a big secret safer yeah i never do so we're working on all star rumors we're working on catalyzing jobs richard okay.