18 Burst results for "Savannah River"

"savannah river" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

The Double Dropkick Show

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"savannah river" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

"Anything henry is going to be one of those guys again. Total speculation nicest to prediction on my part. But i'm hoping that happens and and it's going to be really cool to see somebody that That we've we've been around with insane locally Finally get really big opportunity. I'm looking forward to that. It definitely so let's talk about. We're talking about the augusta area which is meant. It's a wrestling heart hotbed down. And i always say ron. Crc sra c. r. Sra if you put savannah river in the middle of that you'll get it right every time. Okay well i'm. I'm not smart enough to remember that Down there you know vour pro wrestling livewire. But she used to be down there. You got outta me before. We talk about Either be next weekend you were involved in. The the video series of our pros did put now unfortunately restrictions in the building. They run have been very very strict. What what are your thoughts on vowel pro heading into twenty twenty one. Yeah unfortunately they haven't read since february but You know anyone that has watched those videos. It's queer that they are doing some high quality stuff and has gotta lead somewhere right So stay tuned. Continue following the viral facebook page You you may see me show up again. You may not and you may see some other folks show up again So i just. I believe the direction they're headed with. This is gonna gonna be something really big really incredible and it's gonna create fireworks down here in this area of the share. Will i think for fans i. If you don't have fans in one of the i guess the very first video was announced that all the titles enviro perecent had been held up. They're gonna crown new champions This is a wonderful time if you have not been following power pro wrestling. It's almost like getting in at the ground level but if you have been a fan. You're deathly hooked. Because you wanna see what's going to happen next with these tips and with these wrestlers.

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Tybee Bomb lost - February 5, 1958

This Day in History Class

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Tybee Bomb lost - February 5, 1958

"The day was February. Fifth Nineteen fifty eight the US air force lost a nuclear bomb in the waters near Taibbi island off the coast of Georgia though fake news stories claiming that the bomb had been found have emerged. The bomb is considered lost that day. A. B. Forty-seven bomber under the command of Major Howard. Richardson was flying a simulated combat mission from Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. The plane was carrying a mark. Fifteen thermonuclear no nuclear bomb. That weighed more than seven thousand pounds to make the simulation more realistic. The bomb contained four hundred pounds of high explosives as well as enriched uranium and other nuclear material. The bomb may have had a plutonium nuclear core or it may have had demi core installed if it did its nuclear capsule. An explosion could cause serious damage in injury for miles early that morning before. Sunrise and F eighty six expire jet out of Charleston accidentally collided with Richardson's be forty seven and the fighter jets pilot. Lieutenant Clarence Stewart did not see the bomber on his radar. The left-wing ripped off of the F eighty six and the B forty seven fuel tanks. Were badly damaged. Stewart ejected from the fighter and and landed in the Savannah River swamp though he survived the landing he was severely frost in the F. Eighty six landed in a field in Georgia as Richardson attempted to regain control of the B. Forty seven he requested an emergency landing at Hunter Air Force Base in Savannah but the runway was under repair ear. Richardson did not want the bomb to break loose on an emergency landing and he wanted the cruise to survive so he decided to let go of the Bob over the ocean it before landing at Hunter there was no explosion when the bomb entered the ocean. Just off Taibbi Island and they landed safely at hunter for his his efforts. Richardson got the Distinguished Flying Cross. A decoration awarded to officers when they show heroism or extraordinary achievement during flight. The navy searched the loss bom for two months but could not find it. Officials believe it's buried under silt at West. I'll obey off Taibbi in a letter. The Assistant Assistant Secretary of Defense wrote to a congressional committee in Nineteen Sixty six. The TAIBBI bomb was identified as a quote complete weapon but the air force maintained that the bomb did not have a nuclear capsule and is not considered dangerous. It also said that starting a search for the bomb would have unwanted effects on the environment virement and could be risky considering explosives in the bomb. They suggested that it's best left undisturbed.

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"savannah river" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"When I looked at the third the fourth in the fifth it was slightly different from the first two but they looked European so there are three common presumptions that are inherent intrinsic in every interpretation of the Wendover D._N._A.? The the first is the assumption that one combination of DNA happily groups typifies all native American populations. It's demonstrably untrue. There's been well documented Polynesian D._N._A.. Material found in skeletons North West Mexico as well as southern California -fornia <hes> there are early populations of South America that also don't necessarily fit that assumption also there are no d._N._A.. Text Markers for a lot of indigenous people in Southeastern U._S.. The the researchers wasn't quite there at the time and then there's the Yuji Group which has consistently stated again in folklore in the importance of oral storytelling that their ancestors esters crossed the Atlantic to the Savannah River. These are Byu hear them called the oldest indigenous peoples in the southeast their migration legends states that they found evidence of an earlier people who had lived lived the Savannah River Basin before them Ma. I think it's clutching at straws because that's anecdotal but that doesn't mean there's not a grain of truth to it and this whole d._n._a.. Explorations where things get so sticky because because for some more conspiratorially minded people this was seen as a gold mine it was proof that there could be some previously unidentified migration patterns in ancient human history it it's true there are <hes> we're going to find more as we learn more about the expansion of the species <hes> but I don't know there's there's a thing that used a lot of Weasley word language that we found describing this and we've got a quote here. Yes this comes from about archaeology although scientists believed they had retrieved D._N._A.. From the fairly intact brain matter recovered from some of the human burials subsequent research has shown that the M._t._a.. D._N._A. Lineages reported are absent in all all other prehistoric and contemporary native American populations studied to date further attempts to retrieve more DNA have failed in an amplification study has shown that there is no analyze d._N._A.. Left at the wind over burials orioles so let's pack this quickly what this shows is that scientists did at one point get some D._N._A.. Material from one <hes> one or more of the brains definitely more one would moment hope nope and they found that the Mitochondria D._N._A.. Lineage reported didn't match what we knew about other native American populations exactly right so then they said we've you've tried or other people tried to grab more D._N._A.. Material and they can't get it and we think there's no more left so we shot are shot. Basically shot are shot and we got more questions than answers. However this thing we just read from about archaeology well <hes> several people take exception to this including someone a researcher named Gary Carson and we have a quote from him yeah yeah he unpack this stuff and he says I read this particular passage two or three times and it's a masterpiece of hand wavy misdirection his little steamed about it? Yeah that last part was me. The article makes it sound like D._N._A.. Wasn't discovered after all but it goes on to say the M._T._a.. D._N._A. Lineages were discovered that might have conjul d._N._A...

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"savannah river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"When I was about fifteen. Yeah. I just I know the area it's it's a lot of its Lola and. It holds water. There's there's the there's not a whole lot of rivers to for water to drain out of. So it's gonna be a while. It's going to be terrible. So on that or cast sharing a few minutes ago. It sounds like you got a bunch of smaller rivers that just kind of all converge. In the Georgetown area there. So there I mean, it sounds like what all Georgetown may be underwater. I would not be I would not be surprised at all. Those rivers don't they're not that big. They don't hold a lot of war. I mean, I can I can remember as we were in that area growing up and. It doesn't take a whole lot for them to fill up. So. Well, when you get thirty inches of rain, upstream minutes all trying to make its way back out to the ocean. That's that's what they're dealing with the Savannah River, which is just north of Georgetown, which. I mean, it's a big river all the way up to Augusta. But I mean, what is floods it flips big time. So I don't see how you don't see how you get that. When it's already soaked as much as it is. I just don't know how you get the subside quickly gonna take time. Well, they say that while the well, the the crests are occurring along some of the major live rivers. The it's all still headed toward the coastal areas. Runs back. Yeah. It will eventually it's it's eventually it's going to go out to sea. He'll go out to the Atlantic. Unbelievable. Run. So. I mean will be places that are way under water water for long period of time says here the Walker Ma may actually stay above flood stage till the middle of October. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's no place for it to go. I've been there. I I know it somewhat. Well. Well. Well, tell me how this does this trivia thing work. Do we do we get on the line? I let them. Put her own shoes. They can choose between movies sports general trivia countries. And we'll we'll give them a question. And we'll go to the next person watch that question they can take it or they can ask for a new one. How about that? Okay. Very good. All right. We'll get to the calls coming up here. The jump on board while lines are available. And we got the whole thing going with..

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"savannah river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And daily climate dot org heater welcome back to living. Earth, how's it going It's going okay Bobby I want to. Start talking about a pardon spree that our President Trump has been on in recent months. Some of, the notable ones sheriff Joe or Pyo the flamboyant. Highly controversial Arizona county sheriff there's a scooter Libby who was an aide to Dick Cheney, back when Cheney was vice president here are. Two, more that, are a lot more on our beat for? Living on earth Dwight Hammond junior and his son were. Pardoned for an arson conviction name became a rallying cry for the armed, occupation of the lure national wildlife refuge which is next. To the ranch in Oregon well reminded Peter what was their beef with the, wildlife refuge they didn't. Much like being next, to the wildlife refuge they had tussled with the. Federal government over grazing for. A long time but they also didn't endorse or support the armed occupation the occupation was led by the Bundy family who had staged. A very famous Occupation, by their own property down in Nevada came. Up, with a, large group of supporters occupied the wildlife refuge? In Oregon they ended up serving some prison time the. Bundy sons did as did several of the other people who occupied in, Oregon the Hammonds had nothing to do with the occupation. They still ended up in jail and they got a pardon from Donald Trump All right well what else do you have for us this week Peter the. Western Gulf as its name implies it's, native to the Pacific coast of the US some of the goals in the Farallon islands where tracking devices and one. Goal in particular flew from the Farallones about twenty five miles to the coast of San Francisco across the city of San Francisco and then it apparently. Hitched a ride on a truck. Across, the bay bridge apparently beat the tolls ended. Up in Vernalis California which is well inland at a composting facility? Flew, back to the Farallones and here you go the very next, day the same goal with the same tracking device took the same, path apparently hitched another truck ride across the bay, bridge and ended up in. For now it's two days in a. Row well that's pretty impressive for a bird brain Daniel was it trying to get. A free lunch of the compost facilities well I. Guess there is such a thing as a free lunch and that's presumably there Reason that, it went here on the east coast we know that there are goals that will crack. Open clam shells by dropping them on parking lots so goals may not be as dumb as we think they are well well what do you have for us from the history books this week the, Korean demilitarized zone was created on July twenty seventh nineteen fifty three sixty five years ago. When the truce was declared between North, Korea and South Korea the Korean war as we learned recently with the talks between Kim the dictator of North Korea. And President Trump the North Korean war never really ended but the DMZ that was created as one hundred and fifty five miles long about ten miles. Wide it's absolutely desolate of any. Human, intrusion for security reasons but it's become a. Wildlife haven with the birds including some rare cranes some four legged? Wildlife, and a whole range of things that are no longer seen, in areas where humans Their footprint well well these must be some, of the most well protected animals in the. World I think they are in there there are similar areas in the. US, like the Savannah River site in South Carolina it's a sprawling nuclear, weapons complex created in the early fifties for the. Cold War about the same time as the Korean DMC and some areas of Savannah River are among the, most toxic and. Polluted areas in the United States other areas far away from the weapons facilities are pristine and they host record size wildlife gate well. Thanks for sharing that news with us.

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"savannah river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With the wood and it sure seemed to me to be. Pretty. Solid, wood I didn't hear any misstep, any tongue, problems area, just I'm, not buying the walk back so much, but he definitely needed to do damage control. I mean Putin, and, Russia it's got a shallow economy he's a strong man undemocratic and the other day he got the upper hand over Trump I. Mean what do your readers say about Russia do they see Putin and, his government is a threat yeah although. You, know you can look at the poor rhetoric from Monday or you can look at his? Actions and the fact. Of the, matter is it's arguable that he's been tougher on Russia. Than his predecessors you know he's thrown out some diplomats. He, is actually sent some greater weapons to Ukraine he has done. All sorts of things on the economic front to kind of marginalized Moscow so Michael I I live in one bubble liberal Boston you live in another bubble conservative Augusta. Georgia is there some way that you can describe. The beliefs of a typical resident in your bubble, in Augusta it varies greatly we do have. Enclaves here, that are some. Of the most patriotic and. Conservative in the nation not too far from Augusta is the Savannah River sites that long. Ago was, involved in making nuclear weapons we are? Soon to be the national headquarters for the army cyber? Command. So, it's that, kind of bedrock that we stand on when we look at the world when we look. At policies emanating from Washington and so by and large our readers just feel like we have been. Given short, shrift over the years by. A lot of leaders in both parties who may. Look down on what we call fire were country basically to be honest with you a. Lot of, people I feel like we've been told to sit down shut up go to work and pay your. Taxes and the chime in, on immigration and all these other issues honestly that explains a lot of the support the Donald Trump has in this country Michael Ryan editorial page editor of the chronicle in Augusta Georgia. Thanks, so much for your time,.

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"savannah river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Regards to our severe weather oklahoma western oklahoma under the gun tonight's the tornado warning we had earlier continues moving a bit further to the north and east tornado warning remains in effect for what does that alfalfa county yeah of alpha county now this thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado moving northeast at fifty miles per hour another area of rotation was located two miles northeast of carmen also moving northeast at fifty miles per hour so yeah hail with the storm earlier reports were they had had up to baseball size hail current reports are quartersized hail so know some of these severe thunderstorms anywhere from a quarter to tennis ball and even baseball sized hail reports and we continue to see numerous counties under severe thunderstorm warnings we're talking eighty mile per hour straight line winds and golf ball size hail all along this line let me see what the latest the latest warnings remain in effect until one am central time so about another forty minutes kingfisher eastern woods northeastern roger mills alfalfa northwestern logan northwestern k southeastern ellis garfield and majorca's yeah number those are all counties that are under these severe thunderstorm warnings is this line is pushing off to the east so this all holds together i'm getting we'd be talking about maybe an hour or so ponca city down into stillwater oklahoma we have severe thunderstorm watches that remain in effect through the early morning hours extending all the way over to tulsa oklahoma got oklahoma city as well so i'm going to be pushing through central oklahoma in the coming hours so all right back to the calls here into the chevy guy there yeah the rains long gone but down along the sorry savannah river region they're still got plenty of flood warnings out because rivers or swelling in the water from up shop stage moving down state.

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"savannah river" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on Are You Real

"On into sharing all of your secrets of what it looks like to be a city taker and of course you our listeners will notice that causton carries an australian accent and so he's bringing a secret from what's in the under side or really secrets from down unders global here awesome well as we're just getting to know you i can you guys identify and it may be more than one and that's awesome because i know some of us travel and that kind of thing but what city are you taking a city taker what are where do you feel called to replant of your locally in aiken and we also recall the impact will gusta end the whole cea sorry region so the luckily none the central savannah river area song awesome k and what would you like to seir about your story with our listeners so they can get to know you today we probably should talk about how we met because that's something that people always ask i'm in south louisiana and he is from brisbane australia and i went over there to study in two thousand four and we didn't really like each other at all i hear that a lot bill like opposites attract somehow it might take a while right but god had a plan and then we've been married going on twelve years now yeah so some we got to eight kim because i have relatives that live in in in grew up coming here and i've always loved the area so we visited on our honeymoon and then i don't i don't even remember all the details but we ended up moving here so we love it.

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"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

"A cumulus station beck here for the bottom half of the fifth inning top half is rafael do the designated hitter stance in for the columbia firefly's and rearing into his first motion of the inning high pop up slicing down the left field line that is gonna get foul feed all ranging over the wall do watch it drift well at a his reach strike one on the firefly's designated hitter gla do need of canada riding a thirteen game on base streak hit safely in the last eight over that stretch as we talked about new and old ballpark you get to go this week and see the newest one in the south atlantic league right down in north augusta south carolina is lashed out in centerfield base hit four gla do so add on one the bolt those shrieks i mentioned yeah first trip to brand new sap part this year river dogs have weirdly not played the greenjackets either at home or on the road yet this year they're you know obviously one of their three most common opponents this year it's always columbia greenville gusta in some order see a lot of every year started to see it heard only good things about it i saw highlights from the clemson georgia game they opened up the park with a college game and it looks beautiful looks a little bit like greenville but it's kind of cool they've got the concourse that goes all the way around the outfield it's got some building out in the background savannah river right there so it's actually in the state of south carolina not georgia which is interesting a one it's funny because his inside south carolina lost team with the charlotte knights when they moved from your county up to charlotte in midtown charlotte they were in rock hill fort mill and now we've picked up a team from the state of georgia one pitcher i'm garcia mrs inside below the belt wilmer bisharat turning away it's two in one the sierra we mentioned was an acquisition of the mets in the ra dickey trade which the biggest yet for the medicine at the oas the.

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"savannah river" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"World's freshwater supply and it's absolutely critical for millions of americans who rely on them for their drinking water jobs in their way of life nearly one tenth of the us population lives in the great lakes space and more than thirty five million people with approximately twenty four million of them being americans rely on the great lakes this provision reinforces the importance of healthy great lakes basin free of nuclear storage i commend all of my colleagues one more time for their good work and craft a bipartisan agreement that will ensure nuclear waste is stored at nuclear secur security facilities i urge my colleagues to support this bill the chair recognizes the gentleman from illinois thank you mr chairman this german i recognize the gentleman from south carolina congressman duncan for one minute gentleman is recognized thank you mr speaker in our thank chairmanship gets for his work on this legislation i've been an advocate for nuclear waste policy like this and for yucca mountain since one thousand nine hundred eighty two when the nuclear waste policy act was created ratepayers in this nation have paid as part of their utility bill over forty billion dollars in south carolina that means right payers have paid one point three billion dollars for the construction and operation of what we now know is yucca mountain currently in south carolina there are over forty five one hundred tons of spent nuclear fuel in temporary storage from commercial reactors at savannah river site we have both research and military nuclear waste sitting and vitrified glass ready to go to a longterm repository the law of the land passed in ninety two is for yucca mountain to be a longterm repository for this nation's waste it's time to move forward and give the ratepayers payers taxpayers but the ratepayers what they paid for and this legislation moves in the right direction appreciate the chairman and look forward to my colleagues supporting this bipartisan legislation you're back them as time expired the chair recognizes gentleman.

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"savannah river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Georgia today we'll have more on that in a moment but first results of an ethics investigation into former state senate president stan rosenberg are expected to be known soon a boston law firm was hired to look into whether rosenberg violated senate rules in connection with sexual misconduct allegations against brian hefner his estranged husband where at the state house and standing by an air national guard cargo plane crashes on a training mission on a busy highway near an airport in savannah georgia today at least five guard members from puerto rico have been killed we're following this and we get more in the special report cbs news special report there had been reports of at least five deaths in today's nash national guard c one thirty plane crash near savannah georgia but says air force senior master sergeant roger parsons at this time we cannot confirm the number of souls on board the aircraft not releasing any numbers until we get an accurate count of everything and we wanna make sure that when we do come forward where we're accurate with our numbers in the families have all been notified jim krasula the c one thirty military cargo plane crashed in the middle of georgia highway twentyone a busy divided road that parallels the savannah river near the georgia state port not far from the savannah hilton head international airport while the crash was off its property it has affected some commercial flights at the savannah airport witnesses near the crash site say they heard a sputtering noise from that plane which was on a training mission originating in puerto rico and was destined for a base in tucson arizona cbs news special report i'm dave barrett and passengers on a southwest airlines jet that made an emergency landing today say they heard a popping sound when a window cracked the chicago to jersey flight landed safely in cleveland and here's cbs news transportation analyst mark rosen car so it's a very serious event when a window does come out however these windows normally are very very well built and having number of layers for redundancy so what we saw here's a piece of that window apparently come off they do not believe it had a hole in it enough to be able to cause a decompression in the cabinet it was two weeks ago when an engine exploded blew apart on another southwest flight breaking a window and killing a.

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"savannah river" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on The Takeaway

"This is the take away from wnyc an pri public radio international in collaboration with wgbf h radio in boston thanks for joining us this hour i've todd's willockx in savannah georgia the eugene talmadge memorial bridge stretches 1100 feet across the savannah river connecting the city with hutchison island it was built in 1991 and named for eugene talmadge the threeterm governor of georgia who served from nineteen thirty three to 1937 and again from 1941 to fortythree double of most of our first should fit gut farallon clan of a little tear it and that faced the opposition's down i'm in the face such a great temptation to trail mall backup now you're g talmadge was popular at the time but progress has changed the way many georgians view talmadge in his legacy today talmadge ran is nineteen fortysix campaign on a platform of white supremacy he promoted southern segregation and advocated for racist policies in georgia state university system so now like so many other landmarks in monuments across this country the talmadge bridge is getting another look in georgia last september the savannah city council passed a resolution to rename that bridge here's former savannah merode is johnson back in 2017 at the time of the council vote not you win the bridges remain it will make national new because it will make a very positive statement about savannah and the state of georgia in terms of moving into the twentyfirst century loading some with a skull.

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"savannah river" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Of those suffering with mental instability a milestone at the waist isolation pilot plant outside carlsbad the office of environmental management says whip has now received over a hundred shipments of transuranic waste since that facility reopened in april the one hundredth shipment arrived this past saturday whip stores waste from idaho oak ridge in savannah river state sites the house ways and means committee continues its hearing on the gop tax reform plan today each widely expected that the bill will be voted out of committee later this week and most republicans are confident that the measure will pass the full house when it comes up for a vote next week but still there are gop and conservative voices criticising the bill as it stands chief among them texas senator ted cruz who says raising taxes on people in places like new york and california is a mistake and a conservative club for growth says there are several provisions of the tax reform plan it doesn't like including a gradual phase out of the stay tax rather than killing it outright go rakoff cbs news washington a sign of things to come city of albuquerque road maintenance crews going to be out this morning reviewing routes that will need to be ploughed in the event of a snowstorm this winter nearly seventy workers will be carrying out this dry run from six thirty this morning to ten thirty a m up to this point those crews have been testing equipment and taking an inventory of the salt center supplies i'm judith jenkins on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob josh low.

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"savannah river" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

"Okay and so you've had a at a gala or some kind of fundraiser ever since three we have yes a uneven with heroes gala has happened every year started in in february two thousand one wow that's a big event that's a big deal it's people don't realize what goes into throwing one of these parties galas if you well a lot of us and i'm speaking for myself because of my position in the community get invited to a lot of these and i work a lot of them to be honest and i have such an utmost respect for what goes into it and what how hard you work how much of the money goes to cancer community yes so obviously there's a cost putting on the event of course but we do our best like like ever wanted to keep the cost a minimum and and really look at it from a business perspective anything we do with the savannah river other events just general operations as a whole really try to operate as a business and maximize our margins such that the is as much as as much of the money is possible that were raised in his go into the true cause go into the programs and services that were trying to support and fund so we're very cognizant of that and and and you know apply that every year with you know wherever theme were going to do or however we're gonna put on the event which certainly could be a challenge to do that and top it every year for eighteen years how do you top it every year is not easy and i think it's it's kind of like a business as a when you see a lot of businesses or organisations or events form you know they get to your 234 and it's they realize how difficult it really is and and you know i'd be lying if i said there were times we sat back and thought oh my gosh would we get ourselves into but yeah it's it's it's a challenge but it's it's well worth in the end and do you do other events besides this gala we do we have five annual events now and that that span throughout the year and will probably keep it at that because the odds fives enough.

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"savannah river" Discussed on NewsTalk990

NewsTalk990

03:41 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on NewsTalk990

"The perfect hotel for business or flood and by west dover country club forty five years and still your goal that of its leader and now here's your host totally lee adora greetings golfers and welcome to another episode of gulf talk live along the gulf trail in is definitely been a trail this week a trail that goes through the entire state of south carolina eightday trip two thousand miles with thirteen golf courses yes we were doing dole work of course down there shooting a couple of shows for our sister show the traveling golfer television show but in this particular gulf kach live we're going to open a new door for you many times when people talk about golf in south carolina the first thing they think about is gulf along the coast the famous resorts myrtle beach charleston kia while one hilton head island many people know them very well we've been there many many times an absolutely love the gulf there but if i told you there was an entire other world of golf in the state of south carolina well many people would not be aware of it some might not even believe it but this show focuses on what is known as the mountains to midland's gulf alliance a group of golf courses that have banded together to promote the interior of the sea state of south carolina and it goes all the way from the north just below charlotte north carolina all right away download the southern border town survey in north augusta right along the savannah river right across from augusta georgia they actually cream 50s golf courses in that stretch and we hit a number of the great once throughout this particular trip and i'll tell you right now who is an eye opening experience mostly them i have not heard of certainly had not visited and what we found was a completely diverse stretch of golf that brings in some of the flatlands to rolling hills even up to the mountains with pretty severe elevation changes on some of the golf courses all of them with uh some spectacular scenery and even more spectacular southern hospitality from all the people who work along this mountains to midland's gulf trail in south carolina it was really really quite an experience as we played our way and eight our way across this entire state.

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"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:42 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

"The attorney general's office and also now allan wilson is trying to sue the federal government to get one hundred million dollars in fines that it says the department of energy owns a oh south carolina for failing to remove one metrictonne of plutonium that is stored at savannah river site also was filed on monday it's the state's largest case ever against the us government now congress approved fines of one million dollars a day for the first one hundred days of each year through 2021 and this started last year these finds were to be levied if the weaponsgrade plutonium was not removed from the savannah river side right over there at the you know and barma the lawsuit seeks money that is owed this year and then the state is going to start working on a claim for 2016 finds as well so alan wilson's got plenty on his plate ride now however the south carolina democrat party breeding here from their website they are demanding that the uh the governor use article six section nine of south carolina's constitution and suspend the attorney general until the special prosecutor's public corruption probe is complete now section nine article not article six section nine says officers shall be removed for incapacity misconduct or neglect of duty and such manner as may brief be provided by law when no motive trial or removal is prohibited by this constitution so i am certain the mcmaster is not going to do that but the democrats will be calling for it anyway we'll talk about this this morning at eight twenty we'll be talking with brady court garvin from the charleston county democrats and see what he has to say about that coming up next that pawnshop shooting video was released yesterday 16 minutes past seven o'clock on the big talker twelve fifty wtma more stimulating talk from charlie james hamanaka it's the cna morning show on twelve fifty wtma the tna morning show continues next one nation under savvy what about the guys who have to go in the shower with them should we've yelled at third bathroom when every submarine now is that of another jovita build and other toilet shower according to the aclu we don't need a torpedo do or a missile do what we need is a toilet to another violent for trannies we need violates for trannies of the military that is that the job of the military michael.

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"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on WTMA

"Of south carolina's stop state lawmakers eta a consumer agency issued dili regulators to stop any attempt to charge customers for to abandon nuclear reactors of the bc summer station and fairfield county house speaker jay lucas filed a motion with the stage public service commission yesterday day asking utility regulators to dismiss a request by south carolina electric and gas to charge customers and other to boy two billion over the next sixty years governor henry aggressors also searching for a buyer of say edgy gruber the state run utility that owns 45 bruce said of the abandoned maria actor work was will work were so then we will work with the minion who work who who novel is interested to see that the people of south carolina on heard what has happened the average customers are already paying an extra three hundred twenty four dollars a year for financing the nuclear reactors we'll state of visuals you're speaking after south carolina filed its largest lawsuit ever against the federal government of this week the lawsuit looks to force in the department of energy to follow through on a deal to remove plutonium from the state the state is looking to recover one hundred million dollars from the agency for failing to remove one metric ton of weight from the savannah river site the state had previously tried to recover the finds as part of another lawsuit over a failed nuclear fuel processing plant at the savannah river site yesterday governor mcmaster said he continues to work with president trump to get the.

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"savannah river" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"savannah river" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The new york post has sources that say otherwise sell mark berman has been covering the team for the savannah river he says this is straight for his article a source in confirming they were watching anthony's video said gains was poking fun at chris brickley who he's a close friend in his new hampshire accent at brickley is heard barking instructions that anthony during the drill brickley is a trainer so because we're going to get to the bottom of things here on mussa maggie filling in for gm jazz we have the audio of chris brickley this is what a sore says clarence gains in the next pass was laughing not molo the pushing nice bush was pushed push he he getting back in begging back okay mus if i given you five guesses could you possibly said which stay out of this great union of ours chris brickley was from now where you pick it out strong new hampshire there could did not deal called earlier shatalov had strong half yes right if this is true in the sources saying that no they were not laughing at mellow but they were gonna alienate laughing chris brickley in his new hampshire accent right that is abolfazl i listen i i tried to defend of yesterday i did i said i know that they were watching the video i thought they'd plausible deny i ability there's so many leaks in the the nick uh the neck hierarchy they're taking on water right the truth does come out boycotted now spin it to where they're making fun of the guy yelling instructions i carmelo anthony as he's doing you know field work on a soccer field on the west side highway in new york city i mean it's just stupid i mean you got to be more ought to believe that you got caught right he got he got bra they're making fun of their start one of their star players in front of that's what they were basically got caught out that has me that's just the ineptitude of the next there are barriers have his everyone the probably have is everyone celebrated around the city like it was like he was new year's eve july fourth way phil jackson out i grew the jackson need to go the problem you have is the.

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