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"seneca county" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy v wilson and i'm holly fry. We have done various episodes related to the environment on the show before so things like the smog and the cuyahoga river fires and the london smog of nineteen. Fifty-two we talked about extinctions in our twenty eighteen episode on endings and about invasive species and our episode on australia's rabbit proof fence and then in recent times in our episode on kudzu. That came out not too long ago while all of these topics are related to the environment and humans and industries impacts on the environment. None of it's really about climate. I don't know that we've ever talked about the climate in terms of like the current climate crisis. We've talked about things like the year without a summer which was a climactic phenomenon. The yeah we've talked about ways different. Scientists have measured various aspects of the climate. A little bit yes. Some of that has come up. In unearthed yeah not climate itself specifically yes and the warming of the climate in particular which is an ongoing emergency. Obviously so today. We are going to remedy that. We're gonna talk about eunice newton foot and in eighteen fifty six. She became the first person to make a connection between the earth's temperature and the concentration of carbon dioxide gas atmosphere. That credit though usually goes to john tyndall who made the same connection a few years later eunice. Newton was born in gauchan connecticut on july seventeenth. Eighteen nineteen and she was baptized on september. Twenty ninth of that year. Her father's name was isaac newton junior which is a delightful coincidence considering unis's path in life and her mother's name was thursday and eunice was the eleventh of their twelve children. Isaac not a scientist or philosopher but a farmer and although he seems to have been very successful at this he also liked to invest in various business ventures and these did not always work out and by the time he died in eighteen thirty five. He was deeply in debt. Sometime after eunice was born but well before her father's death the family moved to east bloomfield new york. And that's where unis's parents would live for the rest of their lives and really beyond that we just don't know much about her early life except that in eighteen thirty six. When she was about seventeen she enrolled at troy. Female seminary that later became known as the emma willard school after its founder. It's possible that eunice left journals correspondence or other personal accounts of her time in troy or other times in her life but if she did they have not been brought to light so we don't really know much more about her time at the seminary than we do about her earlier life but there are a couple of conclusions that we can draw. What is that her education. There would have had a really strong foundation in science. And that's something that wasn't really typical for a women's school at the time. Emma willard corresponded and collaborated with amazon. Eaten who was co founder of the rensselaer school. That's now rensselaer polytechnic institute. I was about seven miles or eleven. Kilometers away from troy. Eaten was a natural scientist and on educational reformer and his reforms included a focus on learning by doing rather than focusing on memorization so willard's curriculum for the women's seminary incorporated a lot of these ideas. So eunice would not only have attended lectures on the scientists. She also would have learned about designing and conducting experiments as part of scientific study. It's also possible that unis's time at the seminary influenced connection. That would happen leader in her life. Eunice was at the seminary from eighteen. Thirty six to eighteen thirty eight and later on she would live near and work with elizabeth. Katie stanton who graduated from troy female seminary in eighteen thirty two. So it is possible but not really documented anywhere that these two women felt a connection thanks to their having gone to the same school on august twelfth. Eighteen forty one when eunice was twenty two. She married elisha foote who was about ten years older than she was. After their marriage they moved to seneca falls new york also home to elizabeth katie stanton. At one point. Elisha actually bought the home. That's known today. Is elizabeth katie. Stanton house although it doesn't look like the foots ever lived in that house. Both of eunice and elisha children were born in seneca falls and those were mary who was born on july twenty first of eighteen. Forty two and augusta who was born october twenty fourth eighteen forty four in eighteen forty eight. While living in seneca falls both eunice and elisha were involved with the women's rights movement and the seneca falls convention. Eunice was one of the five women on the committee that was tasked with keeping the conference proceedings. She and elisha also both signed the declaration of sentiments that was crafted during the convention. On most reproductions of that document unisys signature is fifth after lucretia mont harriet katie. Eaten margaret prior and elizabeth katie. Stanton again we don't have a lot of personal remembrance of her. All of this suggests that she was an active and involved participant in this phase of the women's rights movement in the united states. While living in seneca falls eunice became a member of the american art union which works to promote the creation and sale of american art. Elisha became district attorney for seneca county and then a judge of the court of common pleas. Eventually the foots moved from seneca falls to saratoga springs new york and regardless of where they lived both elisha and unicef seem to have both been really interested in experiments and inventions. Their published work suggests that they set up laboratories in their homes where they did experimental work that they hoped would be worthy of publication. This includes the papers that were red at the american association for the advancement of science meeting in eighteen. Fifty six which is where we are at chronologically in this story. But we're going to have a lengthier discussion of unisys scientific work later so for now we will move on to the rest of what we know about her life. In addition to their published scientific work both elisha and eunice applied for and were granted. Multiple patents unisys patents included one for a filling for souls of boots and shoes. This kept the boots and the shoes from squeaking that patent was issued in eighteen sixty later developed a paper making machine according to a favorable writeup of this machine and the boston posts in eighteen sixty four one massachusetts papermaker that this invention into useless saving a hundred and fifty seven dollars a day and materials. Which would have been a significant amount in eighteen sixty four that same article suggested that wrapping and printing papers that were made using this method would cost two or three cents less per pound than other paper. Did one of elisha specialties. As an attorney was patent law and he represented himself in legal disputes involving his patents and since some of his patents were financially valuable. There were several of those for example one of his inventions was a device to regulate the draft of stoves and a dispute over this patent lead all the way to the us supreme court in silsbee versus foot. This was honestly too convoluted. A case to be summed up in an episode that is not about aleisha or potentially even just that case but a similar device already existed when foot patent was granted but this case also just includes a ton of back and forth about who had been allowed to into evidence. And how much money was owed. Whom is.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That's going to be the grid. Now there may be backups and everything else. Sure there's going to be lines coming to our house. No doubt we're going to need to use it. But we morally self more self reliant. Yeah. You're always gonna have to have a backup plan. I get that. But I'm saying is okay. Well, you now have to pay for the infrastructure to get the power all over the place. If most people are going solar How is that? How does that look? How do you charge people for? Energy that's cheap. And aren't you going to lose money? But then meet around because you're paying for a fixed object that really isn't paying for itself? Got a mind blowing. I know 513749 7800 Big £1 of 18 t on this one to Brown County, Cindy on the show. Thanks for holding high. Hey, thanks so much for taking my call. We are part of a group of very concerned citizens because they're the problem. We're putting these saw The sighting of this of the solar panels is that The neighbors. We don't really know what's going on. There's no transparency at all. And then all of a sudden you look up and they're putting these solar panels. Then they're within five miles of our farm. There's almost 2000 acres. If you drive by 2000 and eight acres out in the country, there's huge fancy. It looks like prison. Francine. There's noise from the solar panels as they move with the sun. There's clicking and clock and the way they turn and I I can't get facts on them. Like how much water runoff is there because we live right on the East Fork of the little Miami? You know, information out there is very sketchy. Farmers out here being offered over $14,000 up to $14,000 an acre to sell this land, which would certainly be very tempting, But you know, then they they might be within 100 yards of somebody's backdoor. Uh And then there's new power stations have to be put up. And then the power itself is not even coming. Our county is going out of the county. Well, yeah, that's and that's and that's sure that's how power works. It goes to where it's needed. And that's why California's run into some problems too, for I'll get to that a little bit, But, yeah, I mean, I I feel your concerns over this, um And I think this is probably going to be the wave of the future, right because a lot of people look at that $14,000 and go. You know what? I'm a little bit older. I want to retire. Okay, I've got 1000 acres. That's that's that's pretty good. I'm going to do pretty well in retirement. But you're also playing a game of screw your neighbor on this one to rights. How bad and so how bad is I mean, you say you mentioned the night and I guess they do move with the sun to track the sun. That makes sense. But how noisy is it? Well, it's not It wouldn't be out my back door. I don't know what it's like being right out your back door. You know you can. You can talk to people on differed in Greenbush out here or there surrounded by him. You know, what is the noise level? Like, you know, And the thing is, yes. You do have a right to sell your land to do every everywhere you want, and we do have zoning out here. But that isn't going to make any difference for us. There's no we have no input. And what he said, was what Macaulay said about not affecting, you know your neighbors property? Well, I think that's valid out here like we live on a century old farm covered bridges right into our road, and there's only five of them left in Brown County, you know, and then you know how you're going to be surrounded by solar panels are taking his farmland. And supposedly, they will be returned to formally like the solar parents supposedly less about 25 years, But I don't you know, I don't know what happened to him in between. And then what's valued? I mean, if they're making if they're producing energy, I would think they'd replace panels as they go along, because some will they want less exactly 25 years. Some may last longer some less and will there be a constant state of maintenance, but Um not that there's a lesser evil here, but I think I'd rather have solar than one of the wind turbines in my back. Well, that is true. Except that you know, there are a lot of us who have lived out here and our grandparents and grandparents and and then to have all these solar panels put up on good farmland that is still being farmed. You know, we need to have some input into how this what this might. Yeah, I agree with you. I think in knowing my sister in law in Seneca County always shoes fighting for it. It didn't seem like that. The residents Yourself had had a seat at the table. Now, with this law, this law you do so I think that's that's certainly welcome. I just hope we don't get in this not my backyard thing where no one wants them. And so now we don't have solar or, um Or wind power. I mean, you know if other states are moving this way, and the technology afforded, I hope we have room for this in Ohio. I think it has to be part of the plan moving forward for energy for the whole state. Well, you know, when, if you look in Europe, like in Germany, they're playing them all along the autobahn and along their beginner states, which you know that doesn't bother anybody but putting it right in the middle of farmland take in 2000 and eight others is That's a whole nother proposition. Yeah, Yeah. Thank you for the call. Stanley. Appreciate it. 513749 7800 big £1 of an 18 T. Um, yeah, the solar panel thing that's gonna be interesting. Otherwise, Okay, they make noise and you're going to see him at your back door. Um, and so there's a visual ice or there, but, you know, having spent time in the country and visiting my my relatives who live in the country,.

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"seneca county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on WTVN

"In the subject to policy terms. News, traffic and weather for Columbus Used radio 6 10 W. T. V. N An estimated 20,000 people are expected to be at the Lorraine County Fairgrounds today and tonight for the rally hosted by former President Donald Trump. He's expected to campaign on behalf of former White House aide Max Miller, who is challenging Congressman Anthony Gonzalez. However, the people showing up Are usually there to get energized by the former president. One man is recovering a second facing charges after a roadside shooting overnight in Seneca County. A man saw a car that he thought was broken down. He pulled up to see if the driver needed help when the driver rolled down the window and shot at the man. Santa County deputies later arrested the shooter. Proof things are getting back to normal. Cedar Point of views with Park will be open regular hours the rest of the summer and as of next Thursday, no reservations we needed to get in except for the parks Water Park. I'm Tom Moore. Today. I'm taking it to the streets to give people the good news. Excuse me. Hello. I'm Flo from progressive. And did you know I'm just waiting for the bus. Then you have time to hear about how with home court Explorer. You can check if you're paying too much for home insurance. Yeah. If I was interested in talking to you. Which I'm not okay, I'll do the talking and you just check if you can be saving, which is going to be pretty hard to do if you put on your headphones, Okay. See if you're paying too much for home insurance with home Quote Explorer Progressive Casualty insurance Company, an affiliate comparison reached not available in all states of situations. Here's something good from the Seneca Women Podcast Network and I Heart.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"People banging, um well, not people, but sounds of a possibility of a banking short of that. We haven't heard any voices coming from the pile. The mayor of Miami Dade County said structural engineers were on scene investigating the cause of the collapse. President Biden says he will send whatever federal resources are needed to help in the search and recovery in South Florida. Here in San Diego. Almost two thirds of people 12 and over in the county are now fully vaccinated against the Covid 19 virus. Latest report from San Diego County Health and Human Services is just over 1.8 million people, 12 and over have had both shots of the Madonna or five the vaccine or the one shot of the single Dose J and J Vaccine. That's 65.2%. The county's goal is to get 75% of Seneca County residents, 12 and older, fully vaccinated. More than 150 Methodist Hospital employees in Texas quit or were let go for refusing to take the vaccine as required. One of them, Jennifer Bridges, sued the hospital of the issue. Her case was denied by a federal judge. Now she's appealing. She argues she already had the virus so she doesn't need the vaccine and that the hospitals rules are unfair for someone who worked on the front lines during the pandemic. We do not need to be vaccinated if we had covid, and we worked so hard last year. I mean, we were there through second. Then when we had no help. I mean, it was horrible and these people that are putting forth these rules right now for us and kicking us to the curb. They weren't there. They weren't even in the building to be seen for months. They were staying at home while we were doing all the work. The Texas Methodist Hospital employee argues the vaccine is not approved by the FDA. If Jennifer's appeal is denied by the fifth Circuit federal Court, she'll probably take her case, she says to the U. S. Supreme Court. San Diego has fallen behind the rest of the state when it comes to filling jobs after the pandemic. The county now fully reopened, but the hiring issues aren't going away. Overall, it's a great time to find a job, chief economist at Point Loma Nazarene University Lynn Reaser tells KOGO news. It's a good time for graduates and those looking for a new career and in terms of business owners. You can find a lot of good talent right now. They're able to, I think compete for the best talent they can get. And There will be a lot of movement around in the labor market. People are going to be quitting their jobs, also an opportunity to tap some really good workers. But if you want to keep your key employees, you're going to really treat them well. She says. The enhanced employment benefits isn't the only factor in keeping people away. People are taking their time choosing a job. There is still a need for child care. A lot of people may have returned to their home countries, and some may decide it's just time to retire. Maryland. Haider Kogo News and what was the last time you heard Senator Ted Cruz mentioned Britney Spears well, is the first maybe the Texas Republican tweeted hashtag free Britney and support at the pop icon's fight over her conservative ship run by your father. This was after her virtually hearing in LA, where the toxic singer gave compelling testimony in which she said her father has too much control over life, and Senator Ted Cruz apparently agrees. On Wall Street. The Dow today closed up 322 points. It's 3 34. Let's check out the freeways now with co goes real time traffic. Here's Laura Cane. Oh, it's getting busy out there. So you're on the five from the split off and on into Bay Park, and then you're really on the brakes from Washington on down to the For the back up on the bridge is all the way across eastbound southbound 805. It'll take you 38 minutes to get from the split on down to Plaza. That's where there's a stall moving out of the car pool lane. Easter Day. Little down a tiny bit is slowing through Mission Valley and again approaching the college area. There's a crash on eastbound at the 67. This one has back up behind it as well. This report is sponsored. But in and out Burger I'm Laura Cane Co. Goes next real time Traffic update is at 3 43 and in and out. We're honored to have been the go to for so many for over 70 years, whether after the game on the road or just because it's Saturday, your burger fries and Shaker always going to be exactly as imagined. Even occasions. Like right now, See you soon. Cocos up and setting of Weather Night Morning clouds and some fog overnight lows fifties and low sixties that tomorrow Nice day, mostly sunny coastal eyes, upper sixties and low seventies. Inland.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He word on our website budget That's budget into it now. But Jim can. Hey, Scott, flown here, $700. But thanks for checking the show. Appreciate you. So we heard this before, and it's a long, long, long overdue thing, right? If you are a college student athlete, you go to school. You get your education your four years you play sports, he self a year degree, And that seemed to be a fair exchange. Well in recent years and certainly the last 10 15 years, so much more money is being made off of college athletics, specifically football and basketball. On din those sports The money is out of control that the anti double A and the member schools are raking in. None for the student athletes is time to end that disparity. Well, one way to do this. Is to allow college athletes to make money off their likeness. There's a bill proposed the Ohio Senate would allow college athletes in the Buckeye State to do just that. Your name is your images and forms of endorsements and sponsorship deals that's being proposed by Ohio Senator Nirajan Taani out of Miamisburg. And he joins the show this morning to talk about it, Senator. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. Thanks for having me. I appreciate you joining the show. I know other states are doing this where we on NC double a policy. Obviously, they don't have jurisdiction over Ohio law. But how would this work? Yeah, absolutely. What? This bill basically prohibits the NC double A or any college or university from preventing a student athlete from earning compensation because of their name, image or likeness lets them it doesn't let them restrict scholarship or ability to play or any other punishment on then we set up some safeguards to ensure that this is done in the correct manner. But essentially, this enables A student athlete to benefit from their name, image or likeness right now, okay? And that seems fair. So if this is enacted, if this has passed, the Senate goes to the House Governor signs it when we go in effect. Our goal is to get this in effect. My joy first, as you probably know, 16 other states have now legalized and I l in our country. Five of those states going to effect July 1st. We want to make sure that we're in parity with those other states. Well, the end of the end of the city the end and and see double and maybe they don't and the NC double A is in the process of changing their rules to. I think they're supposed to rule in June. What they're going to do about this, so this could be moved as well. Well, maybe they said they might rule in June. They might talk about it more in June. We don't really know They've been saying this for a year and a half. Part of the reason I've waited, introduce my bills to give the time to the NC double a to give the time to Congress in order to act they have not every few months. Uh, the NC double A will say that they're looking to act every few months. Congress will say they're looking to act on them. They never do. And the fact of the matter is or godless of what Congress does regards and with the double aid as 16 other states now have this in law. They're not going to repeal those laws should be NC double the act or should Congress act And so you know, we need Ohio safeguards. For Ohio student athletes well cause Ciencia is obviously given up some money or because they're making money off of the likeness in the image and all that and far of informs of endorsements, and maybe not the endorsements as much, But you know, Jersey sales stuff like that. The athletes, you get the cut of that, Um, and they're a little late to the game as he would suspect his money's involved. In addition, the 16 states I know that just a couple months ago the Supreme Court is going to address this issue, too. And that may be the ultimate authority in this little thing. What you hear about that? Well, you know, Look, there's definitely a lot going on whether it's in the courts or the states or the NC. Double A or Congress. But you know, at the end of the day, you know my job is to look out for Ohio Colleges, universities. Ohio student athletes, Ohio families 16. Other states have this. Uh and therefore, you know, I strongly believe we need our own model. You know the bill that I introduced yesterday? It's supported by the athletic director Jean Smith of the Ohio State University. You know, we've talked, talked to Jim Tressel, former high state coach now President Youngstown State University. About just you know, they all understand the importance of this and we need to get this done for Ohio. I think that makes sense. And it's a long, long time overdue. What kind of testimony you're hearing from student athletes on us? Well, you know, Look, I think that you know former student athletes. Student athletes alike are for this. They understand. They also understand that we have to do this in a regulated and safe manner. But I think that they want this. I think you know, an important point was made to me yesterday. This is not just about about the quarterback, Ohio State or the power forward of Xavier Right now. This is also about that star tennis player who is Demon and their small town in Ohio, who is going to get some advertising contracts with their local auto dealer with their local bookstore. It's also about that student and I think that's very, very important to remember. I think that's interesting, right because we think of. Well what are they gonna do? A Nike ad? I mean, yeah, I suppose if you're the second coming of LeBron James Um, I'm absolutely you know, there's gonna be big, but in the bigger schools and states, Certainly the Ohio State players are going to get more revenue. Let's say somebody at I don't know it Bowling green, right. It's a whole different model entirely. But you know, it's America. You should be a lot of profit from your own likeness. I understand not paying student athletes. That's a sticky model, but I think we're headed that way. This is a good start. It may hold off a lot of people from going well. You know the answer that Elaine needs to carve a cover up all the revenue for March Madness and, you know, college football championships. Here's all those things and give it to some back to the student athletes. I think this could go a long way and preventing that from happening. No, that's that's exactly right. And look, you know, this isn't about that. I think it's a misnomer to say that there's only a certain amount of money that the NC double A or these colleges universities are gonna make in sponsorships. What what the student athletes get is gonna be in addition to that, right? I mean, let's be honest Braxton Miller Cardale Jones, while highest, he has the 90 contract. They're probably gonna get 90 contract on top of lies contract. Now it is about Brad stand. It is about Cardale. But frankly, it's also about that star tennis player and that Star bowler who is a significant in the bowling community. Maybe they're going to get a contract from a bowling it from poking lanes in Miamisburg, which is my hometown. You know, And so let's remember that it is about the quarterback of the highest eight. But it's also about these Olympic sport athletes who are very famous in their sport. Think you know, during an Olympic year how every gym next on Team USA, you know, takes off in their fame, right? Well, that that happens. You know, in that community in that wrestling community in that Jim, this community for the different athletes around the state of Ohio. Yeah, I think that's a really interesting the way looking because typically, we talk about paying student athletes like okay, there are on any one team a percentage of them who are going to be household names. Maybe draft the NBA, the NFL, that's all well and good. But what about Lester? Sports? What about the tennis? What about the soccer and stuff like that? Well, I'll tell you what if you're from, I don't know if you're from small town, Ohio. Let's say, for example, or my wife grew up in Tiffin, Ohio, which is in Seneca County. Let's say that you wanted going to Ohio State on a wrestling scholarship, and you won the state championship and now you're going to Ohio State? Yeah, maybe the local cardio the pizza place. It's not gonna be a lot of money. But if they could put your name on something and sell it to people in your small hometown It's a little more money in your pockets. Jed before you should be able to do that. That's exactly right. Look way aren't talking yet about the running back of Ohio State who's probably going to get a 90 country impregnated cook contract and we need to think about that. And we need to legislate towards that. But we also need to legislate toe what you said. You know, the goalkeeper of you see who you know. Maybe they run a sports camp. Maybe the local you know, blue ash. Exact early youth Soccer league wants to host a camp with some players from you seeing Xavier, then pay them a couple 100 bucks to do that. Well, those soon as we should be able to do that right, They excel in their sports..

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The cover news center setting a county officials this afternoon said they're increasing the number of locations. For Corona virus vaccinations by February, 1st the second so called super vaccination station open today in Chula Vista County Board of Supervisors chair Nathan Fletcher outlining the overall plan. Our approach remains true. We want to have four super stations, along with approximately 16 pods. We wanna have them set up by February 1st and our goal is to have the capacity as a county entity at county sponsored pods in partnership with others. To be able to do 25,000 vaccines per day at the latest county briefing this have to do in, Fletcher said The county had just received 173,000 doses of vaccine the only groups of people eligible for vaccinations right now, in phase one or health care workers and people 75 or older and you must make appointment on the county covert website or calling to 11 Seneca County today, reported 1176 New Cove in 19 cases. And 48. More deaths, meaning that now 21 2222 people in the county have died from covert 19 President Biden today, rolling out his new coronavirus relief plan signed several executive orders aimed at fighting the pandemic. The president lined his covert response plan, but also took aim at the Trump administration's handling. Of the worst public health crisis in a century for the past year. We couldn't rely on the federal government to act with the urgency and focus and coordination we needed. We have seen the tragic cost of that failure. President also says he would be using the Defense production act to boost supplies of face masks and other equipment. And he says his top already is speeding up the national vaccination program. But notes it'll take months to get the majority of Americans vaccinated. Carlsbad has become a major battleground, the county between two restaurants that are defying public health orders and the city Council. Emotions running deep it Tuesdays Virtual City Council meeting some defending Carlsbad City Council members who proposed ramping up enforcement on defiant business's ability to mix your army. Do not that You are choosing not to others backing up those business owners who are staying open and what they call a peaceful protest. This defense wants the entire council to hear this. This is not personal. This is business. It is step toward compliance. The council approved permit application procedures and an economic incentive for business is following the rules is under review. Joshua Will Lipton KOGO News. The Pennsylvania woman who was accused of stealing Nancy Pelosi's computer is being placed on house arrest. The ruling comes of the FBI's investigating reports that claim that a wily Williams was planning to sell Pelosi's computer to Russian agents. Williams being released into the custody of her mother and will be fitted with a GPS monitoring device and independent over a sideboard and set to rule on Facebook's indefinite suspension of President Trump Facebook. The vice president Nick Clegg says the board has the final say on the platforms most difficult content decisions. He claims the moved to suspend Trump was necessary following the violence of the U. S Capitol. And today, just in time is national hugging day problem is hard to celebrate. National hugging Day With the cove it pandemic still going on. Some alternative health officials are suggesting to help you feel good. Stay safe. Include brewing yourself a cup of your favorite coffee or tea, settling down to a warm bath or curling up in a way to blanket. If you really need a hug, though, maybe you want to give your pet a squeeze. If you have one on Wall Street, the Dow today was down 12 points. The NASDAQ was up 73. It's 303. Let's check the freeways now, with Coco's real time traffic in my King Kong Good afternoon from helpful. San Diego 100 dealers Traffic Center south five through National City, starting a bunch up starting right around the usual spot at the bridge and down to the 54. It's a little sluggish, but she's still got a good travel time from Loya down to Main Street in Chula Vista. Just 27 minutes there the South fatal five about the same, and he's bound 78 roadwork is slowing down your drive through San Marco's right around Rancho Santa Fe. They're wrapping things up in the right lane. Their support is sponsored by the experts in temporal scanner on my Can cook with Coco says Threatened real time traffic report coming up at 3 13. Don't take chances with covert 19 and your family's health used the extra.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Right here on the cocoa as he is going to update us on the numbers and evolving. The number of covert cases have been surging dramatically over the last week as long as well as hospitalizations and ICU beds are running out at many of the hospitals here in the Southern California area, but also elsewhere in other parts of the state. Yesterday, Sentinel County reported its highest number of one day infections in a single day 3493 no new deaths reported, But the cove it reveille related remaining at 1280. That's the number of deaths right now, prior to Sunday's reporter record, 3611 covert infections reported on Friday. So Sunday's report was the second highest. The top four highest daily cases now have all occurred. In the past week. 2 320 patients were in Seneca County ICU beds at last report. They were also seven new outbreaks reported in the county, which brings the total number of outbreaks during the last seven days to 40. An outbreak to find is three or more people in one location. Getting positive tests for the coronavirus. Meantime, indoor religious services are now allowed again. In Los Angeles County health officials there overturned their band or in the weekend after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Pasadena church. It's legal challenge against the state's stay at home rules and rules regarding indoor worship services not being allowed in places of worship. They pass it in a church believed the ban was unconstitutional, saying it stripped people have the freedom to practice and express their religion. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's optimistic about wrapping up important business before Christmas. And most importantly, McConnell says the Senate and the Congress expected to approve a roughly $900 billion Coronavirus relief package today. McConnell's confident about passage of the bill funding the federal government into the new year is well. President elect Joe Biden, announcing additional members of isn't incoming economic policy team today. Former Obama budget official David came It'll be deputy director of the National Economic Council under director Brian D's and the Additionally, Roosevelt Institute Board member Joel Gamble will be special assistant to the president. The U. S attorney general says he will stay the course on a key investigation as he makes his way out the door. Here's Rachel Self Am Bar who's leaving the Justice Department this week, says he does not intend to appoint a special counsel to look into Hunter. Biden under investigation for alleged tax fraud and he said there's no basis for a special counsel to probe the 2020 election. If I thought of special counsel at this stage was the right tool On was appropriate. I I would do. I would name one, but I haven't and I'm not going to bar told reporters He believes there is some kind of fraud and almost every election, including the November vote, but said he does not support a government seizure of voting machines. It's 12 03. And once again, we're standing by to take your life to Sacramento, where Governor Gavin Newsom is going to a briefing on the cove. It meantime to vaccines and I'll be employed in San Diego. Visors and the modern A vaccine as boxes filled with vaccines and.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Radio stations across the of It's the nation and on c w tv dot com We have news about your money with Sully and why you should care about the tic tac thing That's on the way real time traffic every 10 minutes on the tens first, Here's Kevin Yeah. Slow traffic of the South found side of the 15 through Escondido. String of accidents this morning. All of them cleared out of the lanes. But still slow is you get passed Ninth Avenue. Now all the way down towards Lake Hodges, the scene of the latest of four separate accidents on that 15 quarter over on the coastline Going south. Great right this morning. It's kind of Ah, Cloudy, hazy morning. Fog. Smog. I don't know what it is. But it's ah, great drive someone on that five coming from the 78 all the way down through Delmar through the spoken Hayes out of the south and are found five. You know, five running great. We're looking at a 40 minute delay on our pound of sanity Draw eased off a bit in the last 10 minutes here in from the East. The 8 94 looking okay, 50 to a little bit of slowing at the bottom of the hill there coming here from Santee passing the 1 25, but So far pretty well behaved on that 52 as well. This report sponsored by the Seneca County BMW Centers now through September 30th Lisa 2020 BMW x five s drive 40 I for 6 59 a month for 36 months with 51 14 to its scientists see in San Diego County BMW Center today for details. Is it s d county BMW dot com I'm Kevin Dean Coco's next real time Traffic update. Just 10 minutes away, Warming up today through mid week that the coast we'll get some sea breezes to keep it a little cooler night morning. Low clouds and fog which we're dealing with now cooler weather arrives late in the week, possibly bring some rain to.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Resistance, and I don't want my backyard which is sure a lot of these big plans, But I just looked at nuclear is pretty clean. I thought some day we might get to a point where you know each little community Neighbourhood Subdivision Town. Whatever it might be has its own little mini nuclear reactor and supplies energy locally in that regard, But that's probably going to happen anytime soon. Scott White is the CEO of I G s energy. And in the next 20 years, 2040. They're going to be 100% renewable energy and completely carbon neutral, which sounds like a pipe dream, but it's actually gonna happen. And so when I get back, let's go down the line here Scott 20 years from now, the bulk of the power that you provide that you send out it's going to be from what source Our company is going to be focused on creating more solar On the rooftop for customers or source from larger utility scale development. It just just like that solar is going so fast. The technology thanks so much better that here in Ohio, which is not the sunshine, Capital of America, By the way, you're going to be able to extract that energy from from the sun. What also is going to look because you know, we hear about wind farms, For example, my sister in law on DH and my brother they live in rural Seneca County, and they had the wind farms going up there and they were on a And they're not really politically active. They got act because they're going to put one of these giant windmill things in their backyard or near them, and they were worried about, you know the noise and all these things. I think it's I think it's a I don't know, maybe blown out of proportion. But I'm happy that they're active and that you know, like, I don't want that my backyard when all these solar farm start popping up. What then? Are we going to get protests? Is there going to be pushed back from things like this? You know, we do have to be here. Every every form of energy has, as you know, there's a There is a Con. Everything right? Right. You are our favorite form is solar on the rooftop because you're not taking up lots of land. So our first preferred Solution would be to Installs many solar rooftop installations throughout the country where you're not taking up in wasting Lian. You're providing power right on site. And then when you have the evolution of battery technology, you also have redundancy. When the grid goes down, you're generating your own power and you've got a story. On site, so that would be okay. Hominy Hominy percentage how many houses in Ohio would have a solar array on their roof in 20 years? In 20 years. Ah! You know, I I think it be If we had 10% of the homes in Ohio in 20 years, I know it sounds like a small number that would still be in. That would be a huge impact. One on one out of every 10. So on DH, How would that work again? You know, 20 years out, Scott, We're probably neither one of us will be around years. But I look at this thing. Okay, well, my neighbor has one eye, You know? Do I want? What do I have to pay for it to you guys pay for? What about the batteries? Because those things have a Ah shelf life for usability life, too. What, with logistics that yet or is it too early to say Now. I mean, our model is basically offering solar as a service so we would we would We would install the panels and the battery, ideally and be competitive with the grid that we're not there yet. We're not there yet. Ohio on the economics. Um but, you know, ideally, that's the years. Forcing your power from your roof instead of the grid, and we're taking care of the maintenance of the channels and putting a man there's no cap capital cough that that's the only way I think it can happen because it is It's an expensive upfront cough in the forecast for my roof, providing power because what I don't use at my house will go back up, back up, back up line basically what's happening. On back into the two the usable grid. How many houses could my house provide power for? Let's say in the Cincinnati area. Oud today. You know your size of your roof would probably roughly match your usage if we have as we get more Panels that are more efficient, converting and, ah You know, over time, you could probably maybe off one additional hum. Alright, but then one out of every 10 or using solar, which Okay, I could provide another half that doesn't make up the other. Roughly eight houses, 8.5 houses. So what? What other where they are? Yeah, I mean, like you said, they're still going to be wind That's still going Teo. There's still going to be large scale by scale solar farms that get created and but it's really it's in all the evacuation of were trying to be pragmatic about. How we can How it can help deliver the energy demands and be more sustainable. No, we're not. We're not saying ah, 100% renewable, You know, 20 years for the country were saying We're going to be 100%. Well, for the past Me, sir. Um Scott White CEO of ideas, Energy, and they're going to be 100% renewables in 20 years, 2040. Fossil fields and carbon neutral and largely through the advent of solar that solar is getting that much better in Ohio, which surprised me because I see a lot of wind turbines going up. You know if he drove from here to Chicago, you see, you know, outside of Indianapolis, tons of wind farms. They're they're going up all over this across the state of Ohio as well. Andi, I'm guessing is it because of the mechanics of it? Where is solar? It's it's electrical process, writes a chemical reaction essentially There's less moving parts windmills, They have to be serviced. Gotta maintain any cruise. You need all those things. Is that really the difference here? Yeah. And you need win and you need went. Yeah, yeah. When went a finite? I mean, in terms of how many how much it can provide, because you have to put it in areas of the country that You can count on the wind. Solar is a little bit more predictable patterns of when you can When you're going to generate the you know, the sun comes up every day and you have some cloudy days, of course, but So it's actually a little bit more more manageable in terms of using that source of power wins a little bit left. Yeah, I suppose it based on weather patterns and and how much does you know? Changing environment, climate change. How much is a factor into both those wind and solar? Yeah, I mean, that's that's the long term driver, and that's why we're talking 20 years. But, you know, we think of as the world population growth and as the demand for energy growth. We need to start coming up with ways to serve the the rising demands of our customers in a way that's more sustainable. Are there are there is the state's got white that are better for solar farms because I'd imagine, as he said, You could put him on our roofs, which is a pretty good footprint, but similarly, the wind the solar farms with ones that are going to wind up. Providing a lot more power. Where do you see those areas of the state which what's the most promising Yeah. Ah, you asked me the other states areas of our state. I think our state has a lot of A lot of farmland and a lot of large in the world parts of communing. There's a lot of large solar developments in Ohio that will be taking place in the next few years. Texas has become a leader, detective. We've got a lot of fun and a lot of land and a lot of farmers. They're taking the oil fields that they used to leave for the oil and gas producers, and now they're releasing him to the solar generation..

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Insurance company and affiliates. Whose radio 600 Kogo live local breaking five more deaths reported in the county. I'm Cliff Albert in the Koga new set of the Cove it 19 report in Seneca County Health Agency out this afternoon. Five more people died in the latest reporting period. Those who died range in age from 57 to 87 all had underlying medical conditions. The total number of deaths in the county is now at 583 years Since the pandemic began. There were 263 new cases were born today. That's just 2% of the test. Given the 14 day rolling average percentage of positive cases is now below 5% at 4.9%. Thie County reported six new outbreaks, one of the preschool to it businesses to and health care settings and one at a local restaurant. He was supposed to be meeting the president visiting his state, but instead today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine began a two week quarantine at home. After testing positive the corona virus the wind today encouraging everyone to wear a mask after re tested positive for the virus. We know you're always simply dealing with trying to improve your odds. And when you were a mask, you're improving ARJ odds dramatically. But that does not mean you, you won't get the Ohio governor who was tested for the virus is part of the protocol before the president arrived, says he doesn't know where e contracting the virus from and says he feels fine Americans Khun Travel Abroad again the U. S. State Department, lifting its travel advisory warning today that Americans should stay at home during the pandemic. The highest level advisory was issued back in mid March, causing more than a 100,000 American citizens to rush back to their homes from overseas. President Trump saying today he's in favor of giving another $25 billion in aid to the airlines. A number of Senate Republicans backed the proposal to extend the $25 billion in aid to the industry to keep the airlines from cutting staff. The prospect alone drove airline stocks higher. The president says he knows carriers air struggling, but they'll be very good times or soon. I hope and we don't want to lose our airlines. So if they're looking at that, whether their Republican or Democrat, I'd be certainly in favor. That's good L. Scott reporting from Washington, Joe Biden saying today if he's elected, he will not block any attempt to prosecute President Trump. Biden says that the just department thinks he's violated the law Trump that is then Biden won't interfere. But Biden points out, it would be very unusual and not good for democracy. If you're registered voter and set ago County look for a postcard in the mail soon for the county's elections office, the register voters letting 1.8 million voters know to expect a mail ballot for the November 3rd election. The governor earlier this year issued executive orders to send mail ballots to every active registered voter in California because of the Corona virus pandemic. About 75% of the county's registered voters already or signed up to permanently received their ballots by mail registered voters. Michael Vou will be talking about all this tonight at six on Saturday goes evening news. And former President George W. Bush is set to show off his painting skills again in a new book, out of many one will be published next March and features 43 portrait's of immigrants. The works of art by the former president also featured an exhibition on the value of American immigration as a presidential museum in Dallas in the book, George W. Bush says he hopes it could help present the issue as unifying and uplifting. On Wall Street. The Dow closed up today 185 points. It's 4 33 Let's check the freeways down. Coco's Bill, Jump traffic and Laura Kate. Thank you, Cliff. We still have problems on the eight because of that fire from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. It's a sig alert now because the right lane is blocked. Eastbound ate at West Main traffic is stopped at the 1 25 It's also really slow on South Bound. 805 off the split to governor. There was an accident it governor North bound 15. Carmel Mountain. You're going to be in slow traffic all the way up to see staccato fella Sita. That's because of a stalled car in the fast lane. This report is sponsored by the podcast for Gotten Women of Juarez. I'm Laura Kane. Coco's Next real time Traffic Update is at 4 43 Hard radio's new podcast for gotten Women of War is investigates a series of murders that have haunted the U. S Mexico border for almost 30 years to find out more listen to for gotten women of War is on the I Heart radio up or wherever.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Breaking the higher number of cases of the virus I'm clip out of the company's center Seneca county health officials today reported an increase of three hundred and two new confirmed cases of the corona virus over the last day with fifty eight hundred tests given that's a positive test rate of five percent that's higher than the fourteen day rolling average of just under three percent no new deaths reported today governor Newsom today urging Californians to wear face coverings in public which is not mandatory as a result of his order issued last week the governor saying it's up to local officials to enforce the order the goal is not to punish people but to educate them and he says there were slight increases lately in the hospitalization and ICU rates in the state not surprising news but the trend lines are becoming headlines around total number of tests that were conducted total number of positives and the commensurate modest increase in the positivity rate percentage of people tested that are tested positive for cove in nineteen and by extension more people testing positive more people likely end up in hospitals we've seen it increase in hospitals and subset of that in I see use capacity continue to be stable nonetheless and hospitalizations and icy use and that is important the governor saying that if Californians follow the guidelines wear face masks social distance and practice good hygiene lives will be saved and the increase in Kobe two cases at a second wave that can be averted a federal judge today you're rejecting president trump's efforts to stop the publication of a memoir written by his former national security adviser John Bolton Bolton's manuscript details explosive new allegations against the president he sat down over the weekend with ABC's Martha Raddatz I don't think he's.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Alberta the Kogan is center Seneca county following the community outbreaks in recent days of to many occur they say some of the business openings already under way may have to be reversed Kelly supervisor Nathan Fletcher says the trigger is seven community outbreaks in a seven day period he announced there were three on Wednesday into more Friday unity outbreaks and outbreak in a setting that is outside of a congregate care setting outside of a hospital a nursing home skilled nursing center community outbreaks are locations that are truly in the community in addition these outbreaks were not for the protest Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer says at least one person who attended the marches has tested positive for the coronavirus we are aware of some individuals that may have attended the protest and was confirmed the card is offering free testing at two one one San Diego dot org just go to Google news seven a new sim is scheduled a noon news conference today about the status of the Kobe at nineteen situation in California and he could be talking about some of these re openings coming and going you can hear that live starting at noon right here on news radio six hundred cocoa at two thirty the county holds its covert a briefing once again you can hear that live at two thirty today here on cocoa in Atlanta race shore Brooks family says they're heartbroken over his death speaking today his niece says her family is angry asking for changes to the should justice for uncle Brooks died after being shot Friday during confrontation by police in Atlanta but the Wendy's parking lot demonstrators are continuing calls around the country for racial justice of the U. S. the marching and speaking far from over and today officials are talking about said eagle county's peaceful weekend protesters and protesters talking about their message they marched and protested twice in Pacific beach black lives matter protesters went to Lahore yeah and the cold to get their message out but on Sunday many eyes on the mesa a loud but peaceful protest his motorcycle groups gather is a show of unity black white other ethnicities this biker told our reporting partner ten user.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"At this hour from the sheriff's office I'm Collette Alberta the Kogan etcetera etcetera sure bill gore announcing this afternoon that they are going to be discontinuing the use of the controversial carotid restraint because Jack Cronin has more split the shares rose joins the city of San Diego police department other smaller police departments in the counting footing the mesa and Coronado and limiting the use of restraint as print compared to a chokehold in the past the city of San Diego earlier this week with the mayor and the police chief David this letter asking that they would ban the use of the crowd restraint the sheriff bill gore joining today also just heard of the news conference out of la mesa their police department as well will ban the use of the crowd restraint in the newsroom Jack Cronin co good news for six straight day protesters demonstrating in Senegal area today following the in custody death of George Floyd Minneapolis last week of course but two o'clock this afternoon several dozen people assembled peacefully at the Mira mesa recreation center shortly before three by one hundred mostly young protesters met at a strip mall at Pomerado when Twin Peaks road carrying signs reading I can't breathe and chanting no justice no peace they also net dealt at intersection in silence for nine minutes length of time that Floyd's neck was pinned down by the officer in ocean beach is canceled its planned reopening of its farmers market for today due to other possible protest later today the three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the George Floyd case are now facing felony charges of aiding and abetting the death Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said he's also upgrading the charges against former officer Derek show open to second degree murder we gather all the facts that we could we review the criminal statutes we look the case law we consulted with each other and we arrived at these charges we believe that they are justified by the facts and the law Millicent saying second degree murder in Minnesota means a suspect intended to kill the victim two other officers helped restrain Floyd nother officer kept the crowd back as they pleaded to loosen the restraints on him Ellison said he sees no reason the former officers will not be able to get a fair trial in Minneapolis he also says more work must be done to heal the impacts of racism in America we need the faith community to be involved in the arts and entertainment to help inspire us toward justice we need everybody there's a lot more to do and just this case and we ask people to do that the Minnesota Attorney General saying we need to policies legislation and new ways of thinking at all levels of government he urged protests to continue in a peaceful manner Seneca county health official today announcing seven more deaths as a result of the Kobe at nineteen ng is the total to nearly three hundred now since it all began we're gonna check in more with them later this afternoon but a state senator from San Diego is pushing for more of the economy be allowed to reopen after being forced to shut down now for more than two months state senator Brian Jones told A. M. seven sixties mark Larson Californians and specifically San Diegans should be able to begin testing the waters more in leaving their homes and going out in public they're realizing some of that was blown out of proportion will be this Friday as a whole you know we're learning that the percentage of numbers there's a lot lower than what we originally appeared Jones added that modifications will happen as restrictions east I'm sure there's gonna be a long term changes regarding restaurant and they like that it might take longer to get back what we're used to but the bottom line is we need to get people to want to work back to work Jones says elected officials should help lead seen Diego and California out of this crisis D. N. noon cocoa news at its official Chinese airlines are being banned from flying to the US to move coming after China prevented United but delta from beginning international flights again on Monday how to Wall Street the Dow closed.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Equipment that's going as we speak to fifteen thousand four hundred nursing homes across the country meantime back in Washington house speaker Nancy Pelosi today's says she was giving president trump a dose of his own medicine when she described him this week as morbidly obese when she said it was not a good idea for trump to be taking the controversial drugs hydroxy Clark win at her weekly news conference today Pelosi telling reporters he was only quoting what doctors had said about the president says I was being factual in a very sympathetic way the house speaker adding the word confabulation so just really doesn't even know what the truth is and just says anything and because he says it then he believes the president reacted angrily to below his comment about his weight calling her a sick woman with a lot of mental problems one of the tribal casinos in Seneca county says it will not re open for now like most of the others casino Palmer which is located in the north county says it'll remain closed until further notice in a statement the general manager at casita Papa says the tribal council there the leadership did not believe that gambling with the health and safety of our guests our team members or the committee at least four other tribal casinos in the county are opening this week on Wall Street the Dow today closed up three hundred and sixty nine point six five oh three let's check out the freeways covers real time traffic in lower case Hey cliff from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers traffic center eastbound eight before the fifteen they're working to knock down a car fire it's over on the right hand shoulder northbound five just before all towns and debris in lanes and then on westbound seventy eight just before the five looks like a tire flew off one of the cars and is now sitting in the slow lane this report is sponsored by stand up to cancer on Laura Kane cargoes next real time traffic.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Trump had this comment about doctor bright I like the job we did I don't know I never let up I don't want to ride a filed a formal whistle blower complaint last week six more deaths from the cold at nineteen virus reported in Seneca county today that means there now have been two hundred people have died from the virus almost all with underlying medical conditions said eagle county's top health official says today that she is reviewing the plans now by tribal casinos for a phased in openings next week and we'll give them guidance and advice on Wednesday Dr Wilma Wooten said the casino should not open and that it would risk public health but after meeting with representatives of the casinos today she said they are sovereign nations Bahasa casino is set to open Monday Sir Quan on Wednesday and valley view next Friday with the food chain disruptions were seeing because of the pandemic it's getting increasingly hard to eat healthier foods Gary Baumgarten spoke today with a registered nutritionist and apparently she didn't have much to say we'll check back out that little bit on Wall Street the Dow closed up seven points let's go live now get a coke or real time traffic updated for Laurie came here is Travis Dale yeah all right we're going to get back.

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"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Alberta the company's center the beaches in Seneca county can remain open but not in Orange County we're gonna do a hard close in that part of the state just in the Orange County area the governor saying it was the huge crowds last weekend at Newport beach and other beaches up in Orange County that forced him to slap a full beach closure on the OC beaches at least through this weekend just a couple hours after that announcement said eagle county health officials announced that golf courses and parks would be opening with physical distance restrictions golfers will be required to have their temperature checked at parks you can play sports with all the members of your own house sold Botha will be allowed but only for individuals and single families beach parking lots will remain close and started tomorrow the mandatory face covering order goes into effect countywide sending America fought during the county supervisor chair Greg **** both praising the governor today for listing to their please do not close down all the beaches both Dr Anna **** will be talking more about it tonight with Koga Jack Cronin on Senegal's evening news that starts at six tonight about a half hour in addition to ordering OC beaches closed today the governor also today announced a new resource for parents during this pandemic what we're announcing today is because of necessity an innovative portal an innovative platform that the department of social services has put up for child care in the state Newsome says will be more than four hundred pop up child care centers with some of the money coming for the carers act passed by the federal government the initiative provides one hundred million.

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Store shelves will be restocked amid coronavirus panic, expert says

Scott Sloan

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Store shelves will be restocked amid coronavirus panic, expert says

"I was in a few stores mainly to get the supplies for a job I was doing but I happen to notice the number of people near the cleaning supplies I was absolutely bonkers snatching up bleach and cleaning supplies in the and I've never seen as many dudes looking and studying labels of cleaners on the on the shelves of my life walking by look at ago all those guys are stocking up front for the viral Armageddon here and the problem is this is you know we're buying everything up to which causes more and more of a panic it's a self fulfilling prophecy is if I bought a a bunch of potatoes yesterday I better buy two more tomorrow because I don't know if somebody potato you were expecting me to hold her down for the next six months to a year which of course isn't happening but then you have the people who are taken any precautions whatsoever and I bring this up because I'll be honest with you I me personally I'm a little scared about my my wife's mom and dad in that my mom and dad a pass but her mom and dad are still alive they live up in Seneca county which the Tiffin area and that's a couple hours away and it's it's pretty real right for small towns so they go to mass every day they're at that age where they know what's coming and they're gonna get their church and and it's it's what they do it's I I think it's might be the social sphere they go every day your true believers and all that their their front row mass on Sundays and we'd go over someone are much younger every Sunday and I have to sit in the front pew and fight trying to stay awake because you've been hit and heart of the bar the night before and it's seven thirty morning comes way too damn early but these are front row uber Catholics right and my wife have a conversation to dad yesterday who is in the seventies and he's not in the best healthy millets faces to fairly physical job as whole life too and so he's got some some health issues I have mom was sick for a little bit too we shouldn't feel all that well but they go to church every day she sings in the choir she sings it funerals of people she doesn't know they love being around the church which is awesome right think they get a lot out of it but I'm trying to listen my wife yesterday plead with them to go Hey listen you really don't need to go to church you do you can stay they give a dispensation don't don't you don't have to go well now we got to go why do you have to go well because it's church like yeah but they're sick now there's not nobody sick here we don't have any sick people have you had the opportunity to talk to maybe an older person in your life mom dad grandma grandpa in trying convince them it's damn near impossible they also said yes not anywhere near us what we need to worry about it's like if it's near a hundred thousand high with more than a hundred thousand miles have somewhere in the corona virus right now you may not be getting sick especially for younger in good health you may be a carrier of it but but you know that's that's on the Vectorworks right is it you carry it in you may pass it off to someone else who's also not sick but then they go visit someone who's older who's immuno compromised and then they wind up getting it and getting sick or worse and we know that's how this whole thing work plus it's a five to twelve day incubation period and that's a problem with this no vaccine the Beijing appears relatively long most people are gonna feel okay about it which is why I go I don't I don't know anybody I don't I I feel good what's not about you it's about everybody

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"seneca county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fibrin gonna get my body on it with his left hand that's for damn sure Gary Jeff is in it at twelve thirty five A. talking about when you knew your older five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred and bake off about seven or eight digit date Indiana and Tim urinal slowly what's going on best day everybody what he got I will go back about ten years ago I was thirty six and my son who is twelve will start in little league baseball well starting his twelve twelve year old season and sometime over the winter he had gained about ten fifteen mile an hour speed on his pitch so what we would go down to the the littlest park and I got to catch him so he can you know certain loosened up long story short I took a low pitch off the playground into the battles if you were don't know the last time I ever tried to catch you you know I just couldn't move fast enough it is amazing and because in your mind you've got this but your body says yeah yeah but it was about the third pitch and I've never had trouble catching before and all of a sudden you know he answer my my reflexes and slowed had a group order over the years I've done that was it for me but yet I I I laid there and winced in pain for ten minutes or so I was there yeah yeah I mean it's it yeah right exactly like a and this is how this is why America's funniest videos is still on TV by the way there's no shortage of all right all right old man go rest up buddy I'll get I'll give it to you later real quick to falling in Tiffin home of Michelle Sloan how are you I'm doing fine what's happening in Seneca county today yeah you should you should know about I know I know I was just up there god bless I love the corn fields I like visit the in laws to get that all things what's happening well back in the day when I played softball you guys have played with we should we turn forty we're gonna bring the batting gloves okay okay so within a recreational leisure and condoms all the time about thirty eight always played third base and one Jamie is like going out that was me well what happened in the we were down there and hello I like the game I want to quit before the aperture Shorty we made we made that but today so anyway some downturn of million well some guy comes up there he rents one down third base and are you going before I got my hands up near the chest ground personnel with one of Bulger's right you know what I think on the left I'm going not wait till forty I'm just now it wasn't it wasn't like a bad hop and use your chest to knock it down it was like you didn't have time to move your reaction was you did move your Glover a hundred percent you know I didn't think it was warm at first it goes fast doesn't it it's a you know pay for couple because when you're younger like I haven't played softball or baseball whatever in like a year and a half okay couple months whatever no big deal but man when you get to a certain age all of a sudden it's like I took two years off it and that's like it totally changes like your reaction time is gone realize until something like that happen right right right which is what keeps the ours in business all right brother have a great weekend everybody hi say hate everybody in the in Tiffin Ohio my my second home town just your body is just revolting out you got us I come out good you don't need to do this anymore we're good here and so it goes that's all right answer and this is why when you go to like Florida Arizona where retirement you don't see any softball leagues down there for guys over retired right everyone's golfing lane tackle ball there's no there's no sixty five year old seventy year old softball leagues there probably are those guys that are the brand comes the world sixty seven years old it is still running half marathons and play tennis every day he's one of those freaks he's got news and on the way Jason Nathanson.

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