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"All right. What was two and one on the year and since then the end they've lost five out of seven games and you're really looking and saying who, you know, but they've taken down Valley City twice in the last five days. They lost a Battle against Grand Forks, Red River they probably could have had, but Shanley's five and six on the year right now, they go to Shanley here on Friday evening, and that's a couple of five and six teams that are fighting for a top five spot the CDC right now. Yeah, they they're gonna come need to come out and play. Well, they're going to need to have contributions from all over the board. You can't count on getting a game like you did tonight from Carter Zeller. Uh, really the rest of the way because other teams are going to be aware of him. And I think that you know, Valley City is kind of lacking in the size department a little bit. So you know Carter's Eller just used to size against this Valley City team. It was the second match up with them in a matter of like, five days, So there was some familiarity there, so they knew what they could really do so They're gonna need to have hopefully, Loberg come back healthy. They're gonna need you know, Brian Manly to kind of get on. Get on a hot streak if they wanna be chance, because she only just knocked off Fargo South tonight. It's a big game. The big game right there, Because I mean, we we talked last week. I believe Torto. Money Steckler to Steckler from Fargo South and they're They're going to be a tough team to be come Tournament time as well with Steckler. It's 6 FT. Eight there So for for Shanley, to get that win at home is big for them, and you know it is. It's making things difficult. It's not easy, but you know there is a path forward through all this for Fargo North to try and find their way into a potential plan game for the state tournament. And so, yeah, I mean, it's gonna be fun coming down the wire in the D. C. Just like it is most every year this year, even though it's been a wonky calendar year. There's no exception here this time, and it's going to be ah, lot of fun. You're going to see really that four through seven spot in these next couple of weeks. I don't think much of anything is going to get solidified. Except for we're going to have three or four teams. They're going to be in for a dogfight day in and day out to fight for their lives and do try and represent the D C, with possibly You know, a top four seed. You're going into the state tournament? Yeah. So we're goldar statue real quick or she apparel play the game and we'll send you off for the evening after the Spider Spartans take down the highlighter 78 71 here this evening. Peyton's on lead the way for the city. What 24 points. And a couple of rebounds. Callahan Burchill had 17 Adam bits with nine. Jared Egremont had seven and four rebounds in Jacobson with seven Derek Diggle with five. Robert Fisher Andrews on each with two and wrap that up and 71 points and total for the high liners and then four. Fargo North end up with three guys in double figures, including 10, each from jail in May, and Ryan Manly may had five re ballons. Manly had four rebound, four assists. In Carlson finished with 4.4 rebound. Kobe shorts, four points, four assists, three rebounds. Isaac Cody four points and five assists. Jacob Roche's three points, three rebounds and then our undisputed C apparel player of the game. Anybody that can score at the rate of this young man I think, deserves it. And I mean you score of a 40 points and It's just you can't top that. Oh, no, I think you know, we've been only doing high school games for coming up on basically one calendar year so far, James and this is the first time we've seen a point explosion by any of the players and the games we've covered. We've seen some 20 point games. But this is the 1st 40 point game we've seen and it helped propel his team to a much needed win tonight. Hats off to Carter Zeller in his 43 Point game. Exactly. And right here, this is what propelled him to open. Older 40 points. Is this highlight Spartan 72 high liner 65 Horngacher scoreboard Schwartz Court vision of salaried sellers up the 41 points. I'm just lost forward. I just don't know what to say. 41 points from anybody, let alone a freshman. And I mean attack him for being a freshman there. Honestly, I didn't realize I did that until right now, But keep in mind. He's got another bucket after he finished with 43 points 11 rebounds, He dished out a necessity figured Hey, I should probably get spread the love around the only game credit for 11 rebounds. I had him down for 14. I was gonna say there was a couple of times where it was a second chance opportunity where he would miss a bucket. Get one that may be There was a mix up that regardless of double double 43 points. Congratulations, that young man and all I can say is the rest of the E T. C. You got three more years. This young man after this season, so watch out. Yeah. I mean, Carter Zeller. Obviously Jeremiah's him when he comes back. He's also a freshman who can really light it up so You know, we we heard on flag sports Saturday, which will be on once again on Saturday at 9 A.m.. We heard from Jacob Roche's early in the season after football season was done that they had some really phenomenal freshman coming into this Fargo North program. And getting a chance to actually see one of them really produced tonight in Carter's Eller. The future does look very bright for Fargo North, and now you've got some players that are seniors this year like Ryan, Manly and in Carlson and Jacob Roches that could do something. So this is not an easy team or a team to take lightly. Come tournament time. And I'd like to see how if they can get Things going and finish off on kind of a high note here to finish things off and be well positioned for this post tournament run. All I can say is it doesn't matter if you're going to be talking boys or girls basketball, the rest of the D C tournament or the Rusty DC season going into that tournament. I'm gonna be a whole lot of fun, and that leads into we have one more game on AM 1100 flag this week, and it's gonna be Friday night. It's a girls basketball battle for West Fargo, The West Fargo Packers host the West Fargo. Shame Mustang. Packers got the better end of the Mustangs. Last time Packers are also a top three.
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"He knocked it down. Nicely done by paints on there. Goodness itself me to find him on the score. Shouldn't I don't know why he's she fills up half the score sheet for for value. So the left hand side it's a 40 is the 64 63 horned boxers Score bar, leave the Spartans over the high liners with four minutes remaining here in the game. As we had a foul. It's not about about not talking about okay. I thought I'd missed some for a second robot number. I didn't. I didn't because it was exactly four minutes on the clock Looking over for Cody Cody up the top tequila. Gonna drive left hand side gets a download inside to sellers. Sellers shot is up right over around here. Why not? 37 points? My goodness, I I just don't know how to contain him. You can't. I mean, they're simply finding him because you know, Fargo North has realized that Valley City has no answer for Carter Zeller at 6. Ft. Five right hand wing paintings on three is up off the air. No good. J. Lee may get the rebound in transition. Go the other way over left hand corner, too Manly as he tried to sort of the offense up to the top of the key. For Cody as he tries to break down the defense of Valley City driving left hand side of the land forces have shot up and no good, but getting the rebound A couple of different times I shot his cookers seller double double territory. Now he has surpassed out at this point. There's no way hasn't is there 39 points. Not last question. He got two more rebounds. I have met 11 rebounds. We'll see what the official stats say. Pains are looking to drive up on inside. That shot was blocked by Ryan Manly saying, No, you're done. We're not giving it to you. They're up five points now and that ball rolled out of balance off of Valley City. It will be north possible to 54 remain here Regulation. Horngacher scoreboard reads Spartan 68 highlighters 63. This is just an absolutely ferocious game by both teams right now. Pains on trying to get knocked that one off of Ah, North Spartan but was unable to get it to go off him. So just knocked it out of bounds. Full court press being broke right there by Isaac Cody's. He kicks it out left for man. They left hand corner..
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Democrat Hillary Clinton, lead Republican Donald Trump in virtually every national poll in the weeks leading up to the election, in most cases, anywhere from 1 to 7 points. A CNN poll just two weeks before Election Day had Clinton up 12. Clinton did win the popular vote, but only by 2.1% nearly three million votes. The political new cover won the Electoral College handling Getting 306 votes 36 more than needed. How did the pollsters get it so wrong? There are many theories. But many Trump supporters that they were nervous to tell anybody they were voting for. Pollsters also struggled to reach Trump voters, while Clinton supporters were easier to get on the phone. Many surveys have more left leaning respondents skewing the numbers. The pollsters say they've learned their lessons and they won't be that far off. This time. We shall see. Thanks for listening to this. Freedom it on am 1100 the flag. Never miss a moment of what's on your mind Interviews, videos show archives. Updated daily at AM, 1100 pflag dot com. What's for lunch today? Serve you? Hey, I know you were asking that question, so I'm going to answer it for you pulled pork. Or a French dip sandwich. Hard to choose Valley City location. By the way, I had lasagna the other day whole Michael, By the way, I was so good at what the West Main Avenue West marker location and I'm telling you what that was to die for, and chicken strips of Valley City Yesterday. There you go. Exit to 92..
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"So good news. Good news. I'll be on the road. Why am I hearing myself? After I say things. All right, all right. I don't mind. No. Todd Todd Todd. You figured that out anyway, The good news is I get to hit the road and I am going to be hitting the road for Bismarck tomorrow Be at the University of Mary for the broadcast tomorrow. Looking forward to it. They have leadership. North Dakota, then with some youngsters coming in, mentored by some great North Dakota minds, Young up and coming. Mine. So looking forward to tell you little bit about that program and their ongoing efforts on workforce and so much more of University of Paris will be there tomorrow, but I get to stop in petrol. Serve us A. C on the way I see where you're going. That's the nice thing, and and it's hard not to look ahead to the specials. To see what I'm having for lines tomorrow, but I will. I'll save that and tell you about today because you want to know where to find the lasagna Well, Valley City exit to 92. Petra, Serve USDA, West Main Avenue, West Fargo and 12th Avenue. North Fargo location all today with lasagna garlic. Tell us all the goodies. All the lunch specials come with two sides and a bun. And also Swedish meatballs. Swedish meatballs of the Valley. City location. Petra, serve you, I say, Don't forget all the stories to have the four for four deal of pizza. The 20 ounce popper Coffey and the two cookies. If you have discipline you eat them later. After the breakfast, peace and for the lunch pizza or if not, you just have one good old meal right there. Petra, Serve us a home, cook and grab and go convenience and remember you in the store you own the place. Now many place to you know, shop for you own it, But you do there. So if you don't Have your official Certificate of ownership. Make sure you ask it the counter. Hey, how can I be part of this co op? I'd love to be petrol. Serve you. I say you tell him most. Scott sent you the next week. I get to go back to Bismarck Look forward to that. We have that energy town Hall on the 13th. That's Thursday week from tomorrow. It's an energy town hall, Scott It's like tea party. It is a rally is a form you call it whatever you want. I just wanted a chance to talk to people about what they think about North Dakota Energy. And how they support north. Good energy. What they like. What they want to see lawmakers do I believe that you know, North Korea Energy inarticulate agar to join enormous pillars of North Dakota's economy. Okay, I mean, huge and you know, there's there's perils in a long time. I just thought that Story about grocery costs rising at the highest rate in two decades from the pandemic, right? You know that? Highest in the index. And if you go, for instance, or let's say some beef, you're gonna have beef the price of beef. You ever print this for me, is officially fired. I can't even 50 pages upside down. I've got half a story. I know the price of beef is up. I just can't find how much we're two. How? Just like they're talking about used cars and used car dealers can't get used cars because of the way the floor the Different markets are really weird stuff. But price the board my point, even though I can't find the number that I'm looking for is It's not up for ranchers. Right. The cattle producers aren't getting it. On DSO. That's the other thing that makes zero sense here. It is prices for beef and veal, 25.1% increase over last year at this time. Pork is 11.8%. Report produces getting jammed too. Eggs, up 12.1%. Not right. Got to figure it out. But here's the deal, folks if North Dakota energy Is not able to return to our North Dakota energy was pre pandemic and continue to grow. You have more more of everything, all of the above. We will have significant economic harm here. I don't want that to happen. I want us all to get in a room. Start trying to figure that out. So that's the only agenda. Is just to, you know, have a conversation about North Dakota energy and get your opinions. Cool. Oil, gas, wind, ethanol, the works. We'll have Bag, folks, They're not going to agree to come. Industrial Commission member Department of Egg commissioner. So we look forward to that conversation next week. Should be a lot of fun. Okay, Let me tell you about this. We promised the trooper talk today, and we're going to do that very soon. In the future where we just tackle your shoes on any never everything. But today we're going to focus with Sergeant Wade catamaran. And from the North Pole Department transportation Lauren Byork on the issue of seat belts. And I have had a transformation on my view of a primary seatbelt law, mainly because I've talked to people like Wade. I've had a lot of conversations with law enforcement and I'm telling you when law enforcement speaks, I listen. I think for myself, I get the data, but I listen and I think I think You know, given what they do for us being on that front line That's important to do. So. We're gonna have a little conversation today on the program. Wade and Lauren. Welcome to you both. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having us Thank you. Nice to have you here. So, Wade From your own perspective, And from what your fellow law enforcement officers tell you and talk about Talk about Coming upon an accident. Where there are fatalities and what goes through your mind. And what that requires you to do..
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Pot pie Today of Valley City I 29 94 rather exit to 92 Valley City. Best convenience store in the state of North Korea bar None right there. Meatball dinner. Highwood. 29 on the hardwood exit Taco skillet. Today I 29 12,000 north location exit. Taco skillet, Sloppy Joes with Mac and cheese. West Main Avenue, West Fargo. Good Everyone. Lunch specials Come with two sides of the Bond of Petros, Serve us a Helping America. Fuel better. Scott and Bismarck. What's on your mind, Scott? Good morning, Scott. 200 just a little bit late, so I don't know if it's been brought up. It is anybody. Made comment on what was on the front page of the Bismarck Tribune today. Basically, glory glorifying Dave are shambo and And the standing rock spans on the Dapple. Nobody's brought it up on the show this morning. I did see the article. And I thought the exact same thing I thought, isn't it funny? The anarchists, the people that were you know the wrote the playbook. Like in, you know. Missouri and Dallas than everywhere else to literally try and provoke law enforcement into an action. On the games, they played illegal encampments. These are the people that are horrified. I'm 100% with you. First of all, the Bismarck Tribune leadership has gone full on liberal nut, So they are just they're off the charts. There. They do not represent. 10% of the way Bismarck thinks so. I don't know what their deal is, but it's not right. But I also think it's classic fake news media. This is what they do see. To them. The heroes are the bad guys. The heroes are the people trying to shut down the millions of dollars in water projects, Road projects, all kinds of education. You name it fund after fun that'll be impacted from these people getting their way in total. Judicial activism. It is theirs Look. A company invested billions. Followed every proper way through the federal government. U. S Army Corps of Engineers to ask for a permit. They were granted a permit. The permit was pulled back from them by the Obama administration for nothing other than politics. And if you don't think it had anything to do with the Barack Obama flying to standing rock and one of his top aides being David are shambo sister I got a bridge to sell you a bridge to nowhere for crying. The whole thing is a sham. It's it's ridiculous, and all the company has done is follow the rules and take oil to market keeping trucks off the road so less people die. You can make it up. You can make it up. Yeah, And that's that's the sad thing about this whole thing. And when you talk to and obviously it's got your feathers ruffled a little bit like mine and hopefully some other people call in. But you know you talk about Supporting the different businesses and I can tell you I mean, I don't go to the casino down at standing rock hardly ever anyway, but I sure hope that people that That do or have been kind of just say You know what? Keep your casino. This is the sad thing because I think there's I think there's Native American families that air help by being ableto have someone employed at the casino, right? I mean, I think good people work at the casino. I really do and I think they provide for the families. So I think that the sad thing there is about Sorry. No, no, that's okay. I mean, you're exactly right there. And there's no doubt about that, unfortunately, and that you could say the same thing. Probably up at the up. Um, sport birth old where? You know, you look at the wages they're making. I think that they're okay and everything. But when you look at where the profits of those casinos are actually going That one needs to be kind of looked into a little deeper in my opinion. Yeah, well, and you know, a lot of people made a lot of money in this protest. This was people lining their own pockets and all kinds of corruption and it wasn't from oil companies. It wasn't from pipeline companies, you know, Kelsey warned. The guy runs energy transfer. You know, he was out with the ranchers a couple of times at ST Anthony. I've seen him interact with the folks. North Dakota. He cares deeply for people. He cares deeply. He really does. He's a pipeline. Er. He's a piece of pipe layer. That's what he does. He just puts pipe in the ground and gets product to market. And you know what? This was the energy corridor. There were other pipelines on the same corridor with no problems. You had another one of you put a deeper there's no logical Yeah, And that's why they made sure that this was the best best.
Criminal investigation launched into Los Angeles warehouse explosion
"Authorities say it is now a criminal investigation into the explosion of fire that sent eleven valley city firefighters to the hospital three of the eleven have already been released two are still in critical condition KFI Steve Gregory explains how it all went down last night the building on three hundred boys street houses butane and supplies for smoke shops and cannabis retailers alley fire chief Ralph rises says last night firefighters went inside through moderate smoke and when they were trying to find the source of the fire to Raza says a firefighter told him something didn't feel right and that's when the firefighter ordered everyone out moments later the explosion or flash it's being described as both things an explosion or flashover occurred another eyewitness account is under fire fighters came down the aerial ladder from the roof with their turnout coats on fire video shows the firefighters running down the ladder to their truck draws as it says the fire was so intense it melted the firefighters helmets and the seats in their
Why Do Cars Have Alarms If We Ignore Them?
"Mark lives in Chicago and loved his nineteen ninety nine. Honda Civic hatchback. Thieves loved it too apparently late nineties. Civic is worth far more than its blue book value in parts alone. Multiple people have pulled up next to him at stop lights and offered to buy a hatchback on the spot. Maybe should've taken them up on the offer. The first time his civic was stolen the cops quickly recovered it a few blocks away. The second time mark wasn't so lucky. He went out to search for the car himself and founded about a mile from his apartment under an overpass stripped of its engine and missing the entire front paneling. Now mark takes the train mark. Civic didn't have a car alarm because like most of us he assumed that alarm where waste of money if you live in a big city falsely triggered car alarms ours communist pigeons and just as annoying blaring car alarm in. Chicago barely raises an eyebrow. There's even a name for it alarm fatigue but does our collective disdain for car. Alarms mean that they aren't effective. We spoke with Christmas. Goey security consultant of thirty three years and host of the podcast crime school. He admits that we all have alarm fatigue to some degree but thinks that alarms still have their place. He said car thieves will tell you. They don't like the noise. They don't like the attention that it draws but it depends on the quality of the car thief. If it's just an amateur car thief the alarm goes off. They're gone to that extent. They work professional car thieves on the other hand. Don't even worry about alarms. Mcgowan says the pros can either disable the alarm quickly or use a number of tactics including dummies keys and tow trucks to circumvent the alarm system altogether. According to Interpol the international law enforcement organization car-thefts worldwide can be divided into two distinct categories widely available older cars. That's quantity and higher end and luxury cars. That's quality marks ninety nine civic fits squarely in the quantity category the type of car. That's irresistible to young street level car. Thieves parts for older widely available. Cars are in high demand plus most cars built before the year. Two thousand can still be hot wired. Mcgaughey said the old cars are a piece of cake. Modern cars all the keys have a chip built into them. That chip has to be married up to the ignition. You can't go in there and break off the steering wheel column like you would in the old days. The CAR WON'T START IF LOW LEVEL CAR. Thieves are more likely to be spooked by car alarms. Then it's worth figuring out if your car is attractive to low level car thieves. I check if your car is one of the ten most stolen in America. That's a sure. Sign your quantity category according to low Jacks Two thousand sixteen vehicle theft recovery report. The most stolen makes models are behind a civic and accord Toyota Camry and Corolla the Chevy Tahoe and Silverado the Nissan Ultima Cadillac Escalade Ford F to fifty and the ACURA INTEGRA. Again older model years are the easiest to swipe and have the highest demand for parts. Mugabe's rule of thumb is quote. Look at the most popular cars today. They'll be the most stolen cars in the country ten years from now another hugely important factor is where you live according to statistics from the FBI and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Big cities routinely have the highest total number of car thefts. But that's because there are lots of cars in big cities a more useful. Statistic is car thefts per capita in that category. California is king. California is home to eight of the ten metropolitan areas with the most cars stolen per person in Twenty fifteen Los Angeles held the title for the most car stolen nationwide fifty two thousand five hundred fifty nine but these smaller central valley cities of Modesto Bakersfield and Salinas had far greater rates per capita. Another perhaps expected capital of car. Theft is Albuquerque New Mexico number two in the country for stolen cars per resident. There might be a simple explanation for this geographical clustering of theft rates. According to a twenty twelve reports from the Department of Justice. One third of all cars stolen in the US were stolen from four states. California Arizona New Mexico and Texas. That's because there's a lucrative trade in stolen cars and parts directly into Mexico. Although the smuggling rings are operated by large criminal organizations the report concluded that the cars themselves are mostly stolen by juveniles. So if you drive a popular car that's more than decade old and you live within a few hours drive of the border. It's probably worth investing in a highly visible alarm system. The flashy decals alone might be enough to deter thief scanning the aisles in the mall parking lot but if a car alarm does go off near you you shouldn't go investigate unless you're Blah enforcement or security personnel. It's their job to investigate. Alarms not bystanders.
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Main valley city online to publish dot com north goes home for Chevy back with more with congressman Kelley Armstrong under what's on your mind had a thanksgiving day so you want to finish on the cartels are just everything you want to say there well yeah I was just gonna say I think anything and everything we do I mean if they get the court a terrorist organization which I think is more than up absolutely appropriate at this point in time we are going to do whatever we can in the house to support not only descendant of the president and carrying out that mission when I ask you a question I asked vice president earlier and you know but Mexico right now the president of Mexico is announce has announced he's running a letter to Nancy Pelosi specifically to say please get this deal done we want this deal done Mexico's getting anxious but by the way there also speaking of the cartels they've got their troops at the border helping our borders situation I'll be more manageable I mean it is it fair to say Mexico's doing more than the Democrats the farmers and ranchers right now and for America welcome to a a I mean it it they've done a great job not only that but also doing a good job of securing their southern border which was really important for the northern triangle countries that work illegal immigrating to the United States but yeah I mean this is an important deal it's important deal for our two best neighboring countries Canada and Mexico is a really important deal for North Dakota farmers and producers and it's just a really important deal for the United States and to say that impeachment is an affecting things I don't think you have to go any farther than U. S. M. C. eight of show that that is absolutely not true congressman Collin Peterson house egg chairman member the leadership of the Democratic Party yesterday a toll Chris Burke from point of view that you know auto dealers I mean automobiles a year or do we do well with the U. S. M. C. eight but agriculture really it's the same as what's in in India in the nafta agreement so it's not yet he said by the way we'll get down to get done this environments terrible politically terrible but it'll get done I don't know when maybe January may may maybe after but for agriculture you know I'm not a big deal autos yes Agno is that true it is not true in Collins in a tough position he's in a really trump desperate drum plus district he's been an advocate for US them stay but that's just not a true statement anybody who grows wheat barley any of those issues knows the grain grading provisions that you essentially alone are tremendous went for article to farmers that's before you get into aspen all in court and just the modernized a shot some of some of the GM all information that they are such a modernized nation and after a it's a really important deal correct procedures Danny has a question for you then you go ahead yeah good morning Kelly I was going to say but as far as colonel Benjamin as far as the UCMJ back when I was in the service back in the sixties I wish your sworn duty if you were aware of something that was illegal to reported otherwise was dereliction of duty and you could be court martialed but then yourself as an officer of the court if you put your witness on the stand in your witness lies it is your sworn obligation to up bring that to the attend court tension of the court my question for you is this as far as done against he as elves supposedly in the mall report but it was stated that Donald Trump tried to get him to change his testimony which is witness tampering and if he is convicted of about would you hold the president responsible for that Walt Walt going again it what what the mall reports said if there's a question as to whether or not that actually is with which they operate and whether it's the book to whether the president believe one thing versus the other by dawn began being fed their real novel concept about what the subpoenas do and because don McGann comes the testified doesn't mean he's still not going to claim attorney client privilege on a lot of they might be big you can wear a you need there I would have I would encourage somebody you to read that portion of the whole report because it is not nearly as by night our our as absolute as what is being that it is somebody who's been through that report numerous times I can just tell you that as a criminal defense attorney I would be really comfortable thank you all for all ten of those obstruction of justice charges into a courtroom and I would suggest that Kelly is a great idea for anybody this following this closely read the actual reports because of the fake news is everywhere it is it is I mean first of all it's been it's been predicting many these things through anonymous sources and somebody says and now we find out even when your witnesses up there as well my presumption is and I heard it from so and so and the report Chris Watford city for congressman Armstrong go ahead thunderstorms strong thank you for representing us so well in Washington and they are the best delegation and the nation Barbara yeah I was in Waterford yesterday no I was great to be back there hi this is we're growing Hey I remember the info here the special forces community well they're still the Joint Task Force on counternarcotics and things like that are still working when you're in that community you talk to people who see thank you get you get a sense of how bad the cartels are and from your position as a congressman I believe you're probably briefed on certain areas of how bad that is without shocking the minds of people is it possible to somehow put out there how vicious absolutely evil ambitious these cartels are specially views of either creation of their events Carlos the like that was that that you know that capitalism and the very big creative allies agreed it was the worst possible way creative torture and the reign of fear and terror they literally kill anyone they want and may include judges and the president Mexico lives in fear every day because if they decide they don't like him he's got they can't stop when they've got they've got hundreds of millions of dollars to invest in the weaponry no formidable foe have you have you have you have you guys as a as a as a group Congress considered how bad it's gotten because we're gonna passport no return was gonna be file warfare with these guys I'm gonna get the killing your quick because you only have a half a minute left yeah I got I have talked about this before but I I'm before eight yeah I agree with you I mean they hang people up a Billboard one of our things with dealing with the Mexican government as the US government is we have to recognize when we have a little cold quite we have been like this than it is chaotic as it is but what you said is exactly right you get a really good government official down there that's really interesting doing the right thing and without putting too fine a point on it they'll kill a family okay at the North Dakota do I need this is for the drug the drug trade the cartel doesn't stop on the border so that was I mean that's a really good way and I think people decide not sanitized the types of crimes make it better and how they Kelly thanks a bunch of a great holiday talk to you again soon thanks a bunch got everybody out there have a great thanksgiving.
"valley city" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"It was Monday December seventh two thousand nine and overnight snowstorm at dropped a white blank hip on West Valley City Utah Josh and Susan Powell's Sung's Charlie and Braden missed their usual six thirty am drop off at daycare. and entirely out of character for Susan Centre Daycare Provider Debbie Coldwell this particular Monday she didn't show up and yeah I wondered if it was because of the snow but she called Susan called Josh No answer called their workplaces they hadn't shown up the whole family appeared to be missing so she called an emergency contact Joshua's sister Jennifer graves this is her in two thousand ten immediately concerned that's unusual behavior to say the least one morning I'm sitting in my office was life going on and and it's all changed this is Susan's father Chuck Back in two thousand eleven he hadn't heard from Susan either I called around and no one had heard from uh-huh Josh's mom called the police son and his wife and their two children haven't responded to anything this morning Jennifer and her mom at West Valley Police officers at the Powell residents on Sarah Circle drive no sign of Josh or Susan Anywhere so Jennifer gave police permission to break a window get inside when we first walked into the house there were two box fans pointed at the carpet right in front of their left seat that was just another layer to the oddness of the whole situation also odd the couch was damp the radio was on and the family minivan was gone and then Jennifer walked into the bedroom her I sitting on the table beside the bed her while it was in there with credit cards Jennifer began to worry and she wasn't the only one I'm just worried about hit for meal messages began flooding Susan's Inbox unlikely hope everything turns out Okay Giovanna owings the POWs neighbor recalled visiting them the day before Susan had called her over to help untangle some yards and Josh was in the kitchen making pancakes he kept the boys in the kitchen with him while he prepared the meal Susan and I just sat Talked after the eight Josh cleaned up well juggling the boys so attentive he went by Susan and he could see that she was a little bit also he put a blanket around her and I was really nice chilled and soon tired Susan went upstairs to take a nap said Giovana Josh said the boys are GonNa go sledding I said Oh that's nice at I was still gonNa stay untangling and he said well really need to lock the door after you leave and I thought Oh yeah I guess that means I should go right so so I went up now next day no Susan and Josh wasn't answering his phone what had happened the Powell family where was Susan Powell there is astonishing new evidence in this heartbreaking Mr three something happens to me or my family still to come Susan secret videos her husband secretive behavior do not wants to do you do not want us to talk to anybody just shows and her father-in-law's secret obsession she has totally creeped out by my dad.
Modesto, Eric Role And Stanislaw County discussed on Morning Edition
"A conservative group is applying for a permit to stage a straight pride parade in the Central Valley city of Modesto next month it's been described as a heterosexual answer to LGBTQ celebrations and the news has sparked a storm of social media KCRW's Eric role has more programming that it will be a celebration of life a group called the national straight pride coalition is planning to hold the first ever Stanislaw county straight pride parade and event on August twenty fourth in Modesto a flyer says the event will celebrate heterosexuality babies born and unborn western civilization and Christianity one of the group's leaders Linda Mason tells the Modesto bee that people in the L. G. B. T. community have quote had their free speech but our speech is the one that's being impeded on the city's reportedly in the final stages of approving the permit but has been inundated by calls and emails a similar but unrelated parade has been approved by the
"valley city" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Hop online. Check it out. Puck valley city dot com or stop at their showroom. Seven twenty one west main valley city you drive. They'll ride with you. Of course, that beautiful location. Pucklechurch in Bismarck as well. North Dakota's home for Chevy stopping Scott since you. All right. Twenty one past the hour. And we are rolling on live from drone focus, my friend, Tom Sawyer is here. Hello, tom. I scott. How are you, welcome? Welcome to you this time. You're in our world. This is your turf. I'm here invading your two in the green room. We're all the speakers kind of hang out. So this is none of them could avoid us. We've capture them and we put microphones on that we've invaded their space, cool kid, sweets. Yeah. Exactly. Right. So bring me back to the first time you heard North Dakota. You a you know, Grand Forks air force base, and the, the original vision behind grand sky. And, and, you know, sort of what you envision might might happen. Scott that as a, a surreal memory for me. That's back in September two thousand eleven and I had traveled here as part of a consulting assignment with a friend of mine by name of Jeff Donohoe who was the prime contractor to the base realignment impact committee in Grand Forks group of people group of really committed, and concerned, citizens who are worried about with the future of their base of Grand Forks air force base. What it was going to be. And they hired us to give a put together a feasibility study of what could the community due to invest in the air force base. The economic transaction between a base in the community is such that the base usually contributes a lot to the community and these very visionary, community leader said, what can we do to invest in the base? How do we reverse that paradigm and make a community investment in the base, so that the military looks at Grand Forks air force base and says? Wow. This is a place where we really want to be and do business ourselves. So did did back of your mind. Then the, you know, the wheels start to turn and started to see that. Hey, this, this, this might be something that we could we could do something. Well, we knew something we can do something with. But I got to be completely honest, here I had no idea what a drone was other than movies and hearing about things like that. I had zero familiar ago, eight years ago, didn't really understand it put in the process of a mere four days. As of walking around Grand Forks in interviewing, a great number of people from the university to the test site in such, which were in place, which we're starting out at that point, the test, I wasn't awarded yet at that point. But the people were, you know, engaged in and building it and then talking about this and realizing holy cow. The future of aviation is in unmanned systems and unmanned aircraft. And understanding the way the military was going to start looking at it meant that by some, some point in time who knew when, but at some point the commercial sector was going to be taking on the same level of responsibilities with the same level of aircraft that the military use, and we are right on the cusp of that right now. So bring me eight years ahead now to, to what's there and, you know, from that, original dot starting to connect with folks about in a realignment the base for using space that they weren't using anymore. What we have now described for what for folks what we have now short. So what we have now is a one of a kind facility in the United States of America. This is a. Commercial large US business park. We're focused on the biggest drones from a sixty foot wingspan to one hundred thirty foot wingspan, which is a size of seven thirty seven we are working with companies general atomics, and north on those kinds of aircraft testing training, hanging different kinds of sensors and equipment on them sometimes under commercial contracts, sometimes under DOD contracts to test that equipment to demonstrate what that equipment can do. This is one of the few places in the country that you can launch an aircraft. In fact, some would argue the only place I never say never, but the only place in the country where a commercial large AS, General Thomas owns them, can launch an aircraft into the national airspace. Without a chase plane were the only place you can do that particular activity. And there's a lot of other things that they can do, so right now, there is there about one hundred seventy or so people that show up at grand sky, every day for work. There's over. Fifty million dollars of private investment in just the facilities just the bricks and mortar alone that doesn't include the tens of million dollars of aircraft that are also operating there, there, are we just conducted of a week or two of twenty four seven operations so twenty four seven there were planes, coming and going out of grand sky day and night, which is only accomplishable with our partners at the air force. And I would be remiss if I didn't say thank you very much to the state legislature, who have appropriated some funds, we operate on a military base. So you can't tax that property, as easily, as you might be able to tax normal business development and neural business park development. So the state was generously, granted money to build infrastructure, the roads, the pipes, the wires the security, the base things that we need to be able to allow those buildings to be built. So the state put about eighteen million dollars into grant sky and the private sector responded with fifty million more. So that's a great three to one leverage on that state investment. We're really excited about. That in the jobs in his creating create an annual impact of nineteen million dollars in annual wages just from grand sky alone. I don't know if we can put into words, you know, the level of quality kind of company that Northrop Grumman, general atomics. Right. Just phenomenal. Right. It's incredible. And what did they say about opera and hear what did they say about being in your grand sky for? So they there are great parts of it about every February after a good long winter, the folks start getting a little antsy about snowed-out t know the snow is caked up against the gate and sometimes causes of the longest.
"valley city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Some of our north valley cities like deer valley and anthem. Also to our east valley cities like Apache junction. Same case in cave creek new river and black canyon city in new river. Jim cross KTAR news. The FBI. Now has the case of a man that Glendale police pays eleven times during a traffic. Stop KTAR's Amy poll joins us live with elitist America, pa- county attorney's office and Glendale police have handed over materials on the Johnny wheat crop case to the FBI this after Arezzo governor Doug Ducey said the. In the investigation in this that twenty seventeen incident had been whitewashed and called it completely unacceptable. We've also learned the man who was taste try to settle with the city of Glendale for what the city calls an absurd amount of fifteen million dollars. The county attorney says after personally reviewing all video evidence he thinks and uninvolved agency like the FBI should look into the case live in the news center. I'm Amy poll. KTAR news the latest now in the carjacking incident that left an Uber. Each driver hurt this week a thirteen year old girl is now in custody. Phoenix police sergeant Armando carbohydrate tells KTAR she was one of three people involved very suspect. I couldn't point took the victim's vehicle and fled prior to police arrival the guard yanking happened near baseline road in twenty four th street. The victim is expected to recover an eighteen year old suspect had already been arrested in police are looking for a third suspect. What about our children our residents here? What are the concerns and he says, well, we're going to put up? Some science saying that is dangerous. That's no Gallus city mayor Arturo Guerrino. He tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that he has concerns with the razor wire that has been placed on the wall in his city Guerrino says in a meeting last week he found out to his surprise the border patrol agents were the ones that requested the wire does this from the Pentagon Washington. No, he says, we did it here. We decided to raise your way. And that's why and he says well because we have murders. We have rapists child molester jumping over he says they've sent letters to congressmen and senators for it to be removed but haven't heard back as yeah. Now type project on traffic..
"valley city" Discussed on Cold
"Deputies took Steve to Pierce county's south hill. Precinct for questioning maranda sent him every Roman. He played the. I'm too stupid to understand what Miranda has. And I don't know if I need attorney. He just played games. Gary already had a pretty good idea of how Steve had made the images of the young neighbor girls. But asked him to explain it. We afford opportunity side of the story. Explain to us why hollows things in there. But he didn't wanna do that Ellis. Was there too and took the opportunity to press. The for information about Susan. He wanted to know about conversations Stephen Josh had in the wake of her disappearance. Even at the time didn't fill the you know, Steve was involved. An obviously my primary focuses Josh and trying to locate some sort of evidence to give direction as to where Susan was but Steve who for years. Ears had been unable to stop thinking writing or singing about Susan refused to say a word. Looking back. Now the night of Steve Powell's arrest seemed like a perfect opportunity for west valley city police to have also arrested. Josh. As you heard Gary Sanders describe it seemed as though Josh even expected. So why didn't they? Ellis told me they were very close. But there were still too many loose ends. Coming to the end. And you know, we're not at a point where we could screen charges quite yet. Because if they were to file them there was still quite a bit of work to do. So that in the event that you know, I'm up on the stand in defence during like wedding. You do this. Why didn't you do that? I wanna be able to answer removing the kids had taken them out of harm's way. And also put fresh pressure on Josh at left, Josh kinda vulnerable state. And it allowed us to kind of I guess press him a little bit more to see you know, if you disclose anything or revisit where he disposed Susan as the Pierce county sheriff's chief liaison on the Powell investigation. Gary Sanders had almost as much information about the cases anyone outside of the west valley city major crimes unit once Specht just. Evidence his story and just to tally circumstances led the spotlight right on one guy. Gary told me the the decision of whether or not to arrest. Josh that night was not his to make we respected that I understand you know, it's easy to Monday morning quarterback. But you had to think about, you know, their thought process and their prosecutor if they didn't wanna do nobody prosecution, but sometimes you just got to pull the trigger. Do it Susan's dad. Chuck Cox called his attorney and Bremner as soon as he found out about Steve's arrest. He's kept state by the rest. I kept thinking Josh because he was not on my radar. You know, it was like. Josh knows Steve both she and choke side as a major miss by the police. There was a no circumstantial evidence to say stuff happened right there that night in that place with without a body to say that he got rid of his wife, and I think they could have made that case. But the prosecuting attorney didn't wanna do it. But I do think with him in jail looking at that he would have without being able to talk to daddy or try and play some elaborate thing he would said, okay. I don't hear. I did this whatever he did. I think we would've known, but they didn't do it not arresting. Josh that night would come to have catastrophic consequences..
"valley city" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
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"valley city" Discussed on Cold
"Making. Okay. On that. Been to bothersome lately. All last voice belonged to Josh he chatted with kurkin Jennifer about his trip with Michael in the U haul. A couple of weeks prior Mike. Did he really? He was about. Josh seemed relaxed. He talked freely about birthday party plans for the boys and his efforts to find a new job. He said he hoped to land something in the IT field. If not well, there was always unemployment thought right now it would be. Gold award. Very important. Early in the game. Yeah. The Sarah circle house back in west valley city was also on Josh his mind, he still had a mortgage to pay and with no income the house was turning into an albatross. Probably go. Go obviously, go back, hue tightening. Yeah. I don't know when. Did. Josh wasn't sure selling was the best idea though. The market was soft and the house still needed some work like finishing the new back deck or completing the basement. You know, life the rental idea that didn't code. Traffic..
"valley city" Discussed on Cold
"Josh Powell loaded his sons, Charlie and Brayden into their car seats on Saturday, December nineteenth of two thousand and nine. He was leaving west valley City Utah for his dad's house on the outskirts of Puyallup, Washington, his wife Susan had been missing for twelve days. LS Maxwell west valley city's lead detective on the case was powerless to keep joshing Utah. It was frustrating at the most because. Is a crime ever investigating here. And. The individuals that were really focusing on is now leaving the state and going twelve hours away on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Josh dropped the boys with Susan's parents each time. He refused to even set foot inside his in laws home Susan's, dad. Chuck Cox had suspected from the beginning. The Josh was responsible for his daughter's disappearance say for other than what did you do? You creep. You know, you'd better get her. You'd better find fighter shows where she is. Free her from wherever you have stashed or whatever he done between Christmas and New Year's west valley. Police learned about Joshua's request to withdraw Susan's retirement using the power of attorney. She had signed earlier that year. They couldn't stop the distribution. The paperwork was airtight. But the start of the new year Ellis learned Josh did not intend to come back. He was moving away from west valley permanently. It was surprising to us. But it wasn't. Remember police had been keeping close tabs on Josh's movements, including using a GPS tracker Rozan we're following him or doing everything that we can to see if we pick up on any cues, and he'll kind of. Screw up somewhere. He'll be like. Okay there. It is. Or you know and build a locator word of Josh's arrival spread quickly among the community. In Puyallup, didn't take long for Josh to kind of ruffled the waters up there. And you know, when people start learning that he was in the area and the kids were coming to church or whatnot. You know, it caused some concern and rightfully so because I think everybody wanted to see an end in this investigation. Probably want to see him sitting in jail. And then obviously Susan to be found..
"valley city" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"To stuck in politics is proud to be one of the anchor Twitter accounts. This never there will be activists tweeting out videos and pictures reporting on their candidates campaigns in describing the final moments as the Blue Wave crashes over the ballot boxes said check it out. We've cast on Twitter. I'm here in this segment with Robert Birch who's the democratic nominee for the Utah house in district thirty. Hi, robert. Hi, kelly. I'm great, thanks for joining me. Right. You have still could we start? Could you just tell me a little bit about your background? And why you're running for the Utah house this year I've been in Utah off and on now for since about two thousand. Four. So I'm originally from Decatur Georgia right outside of Atlanta. And I live out here. And I moved back to back out here at Utah. And I just found some kind of magnetism to Utah. Can't explain what it is. But I'm here in we've enjoyed living here in Utah. My wife, and I and discussed moving somewhere else, but we found that we probably want to stay here. And so what staying here we also decided, especially as an African American that we should do something to serve the community to to try to make things better not just for African-Americans, but for everybody, and so we served community at a lot of different ways eleven Saint remember digitize anything is. So we served in church capacities, and we serve as volunteers in. In different capacities. My wife is primarily worked with use in families who adopted black kids and who found those kids have had trouble adjusting to a predominantly white community. So TNI of together track to serve all of Utah. With those children to make sure they get a coach rated and so two way that their their parents who loved them can be able to raise them successfully. From that. I was serving Utah black roundtable afro American stalk Latini logical side, daughters, US middle patches, just so just a lot of capacities that my wife, and I heard and then so friend mentioned my name to one of the west valley city council, and I live here in west valley, Utah, and he mentioned my name to Jacob fisa model and the next thing I knew I had all these Democratic Party. People calling me asking me to run really. A good friend of mine. She she only African American Representative in the state legislature right now, Senator Hollas and up having her her husband called me. He's one of my fraternity brothers from America five fraternity. And so when David Sandra finally contacted me figured out was and now. Gotten so many calls for so many people. But you know, when Sandra Hollas asked him it was time to make a decision. And so that's how I got your. But it's it's really been fun. I've learned a lot guys I've learned more than I ever thought I would about politics, and so the community and getting out there and talking to people you find out some of the things that they're Wrigley really struggling with is is very interesting. Where in Utah is distinct thirty we're the northern half of west valley city, so west valley as far as they were office. House Representative is divided into three parts divided into three parts. And so I have district thirty the north side of the city and sell as that that as you're going around and talking to people you're you're hearing the things that that are wearing them in interesting them right now, what are some of those things that you're hearing from people. Oh, I've heard so many different things. And it and it depends on what the ages are and what their specific concerns from things like hospital care healthcare, especially for for parents with children with disabilities. I've talked to several parents who have kids who are artistic and in other ways ill, and and having a social services out here that can provide for them healthwise or educationally wise getting those kids into the right type of school the right type of environment. So that they can become successful. A lot of discussion about proposition two which is about medical cannabis. A lot of people are suffering again with family illness and not being able to find a treatment that effective and having.
Cardi B, Drake Lead American Music Awards 2018 Nominees
"Nominees for the two thousand eighteen American music awards were announced yesterday. Hey with imagine dragons leads rock art and imagine dragons leads rock artists with three two thousand eighteen American music awards nominations. Dan, Reynolds and company are up for artist of the year. K favorite do you or group and pop pop rock favorite artist, alternative rock categories? Other nominees for favorite artists. Alternative rock include panic at the disco and Portugal. The man aren't you getting yelled though? Panicking. Never mind watch go the man. No because Portugal, and then it's lower case. So it should be Portugal. The man, okay. Because the is lower case. Okay. Just be consistent. Listen, I don't need criticism for for from you to a board operator and a mute. Okay. I'm over here. Working my ass off a bad name of a show board operator and the operator. Why don't you go? Find a station little little higher you. Then nobody will hire me the two thousand eighteen music awards hosted by. Tracy ellis. Ross will be on the TV on ABC October night.
Trump, Seattle and Amazon discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"You took on added complexity this week when president trump announced a national security investigation into imports of cars and trucks the silicon valley cities at our home to google and apple are considering the kind of per employee tax at seattle recently drew criticism for imposing mountain view and cupertino are both weighing possible ballot measures this fall officials say the taxes could raise money to help manage problems tied to rapid growth including traffic and a need for affordable housing amazon is eliminating a seattle group that supported.
"valley city" Discussed on X96
"Withdrawn identical statements from their law lawyers on wednesday sidled cited the scandalplagued couples desire to protect their sixyearold son by settling their divorce outside of court but probably the real reason here is there are there the there's an investigation and uh they if they are still married they can testify against each other yeah so that's really what's going on yeah there's already been enough in the in the un the news to spur do up santa six year old kid of yes if he's follow a meeting knows anything about it you're not living together and on that so this is ads in dail bull crap yet it all crap that they're they're withdrawing the horse to they're going to stay married for awhile now because they femur legal reasons and well whatever a utah lawmaker says plus belt longer stores yes and he's a republican wise is he a mormon now because i probably if he's a republican is his name oh it's gauge roar age when utah opened its 45th liquor store that was in west valley city last summer although the way the story written it says when uta opened his 45th liquor store in west valley city mondeo waddell your soares out there uh it was uh the state's first new liquor store in seven years the lull in new store construction at a time of record liquor sales may seem pennywise but no no no no gauge forces as it isn't it's pound foolish four has drafted house bill one forty nine which is designed to accelerate store building process by giving the utah department of alcohol beverage control a pot of money to buy property design build new stores and revival existing four as saying that the dab she oughta get up to fifteen million dollars over the next two.
"valley city" Discussed on KKAT
"Ballot and and i in some ways could give them a strong argument i don't know we'll we'll see you'll be interesting it willoughby so we do have a winner or delays question will from murray nice job on answering correctly that west valley city is this second largest population in the state way to go will from murray murray's taken a downer both are winners or for murray today so good contingent there they also have a hot mayoral race going on there uh former mayor dan star i knows to device results seat attack in and his challengers name currently escapes me but ranked but another hot mayor race there you know we couldn't emphasize enough how important it is for everybody to get out and vote on tuesday or mail in their ballots on monday or today saturday you know you you have to engage it's our civic responsibility an eighteen percent turnout rate so far just isn't good enough for you tight really just isn't well and they say salt lake county clerk us speaking with sherry swenson earlier this week and she's nervous that people are going to show up to vote on election day at the vote centres is she said guys these are polling places easy vote centres that are meant to handle those with disabilities or does it had ballot issue news rare or other problems that need to be resolved election day is not in his as usual forty or fifty polling places and and i don't know the number i i'm just you know guesstimate in here instead of forty or fifty there's like eight right and so if you can imagine if everybody waits until tuesday to go and vote and then you know you've year guinness dan in in a long line last time some people say two two hours in mind that we had that hunter laboring west valley which was a a polling place we have people there two hours beyond when the the eight pm cut off so it's ten pm at night rant you know people are warning election result in going to bed right and they have been voted yet right and so they would sit on the election results because it's in it is when everyone has a.
"valley city" Discussed on X96
"Thousands of acres workman rai immediate on day radio from pale as six all right seminoles three so i saw this report from fox thirteen i spend winslow together this morning a state lawmakers planning a review of hundreds of crimes in utah whether they should carry the penalty of jail time so these are crimes right now that you can go to jail for and senator daniel thatcher of west valley city is drafting legislation to drop a number of classb misdemeanor crimes which carry a sixmonth jail term in an interview with box routine thatcher providing a long list of class b misdemeanors he's reviewing now this is not a very long list by what i was went to his website to see if i could find some of the others and i can't i can really find any well and my question is maybe it's addressed in there as well as the last time anybody was prosecuted for any of these things that's an interesting in so why should they be on the books at smuggling so daniel factor set but i think there may be unintended consequences if you get rid of some of these laws or at least make it so that people can go to jail for them for instance he says something like holding raccoon you can get up to six months in jail for the net debt is currently little like in your hand he says don't you think the punishment should be that you're holding raccoon the punishment is rabies lets you guys now now you feel about raccoons you can stop this a there's a rainbow what about uh journey keys i'm sorry but a rainbow shiny rainbow a rainbow out the studio window this time of the mornings pretty rare you've got to admit so you back to you so holding raccoon you can go up to jail six months but i i'm thinking that if you you get away if you.