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"walkerton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It goes over the months, much puts it on the floor passes in the lane to Bt H line, it goes down. The Cassano's just came into the game. Now it's back out to couture, who hits a huge three point basket with the shot clock winding down and tech leads by 4 56 52. That comes Ryan with a basketball with right at the top of the key catalysts. Chesky Luschek ski at the foul line. Let's Chesky on over to Cormac Ryan Ryan between the circles Ryan, not Hub hub over the Ryan 43. It is no good in and out. They've rattled at least four of those. In and out in this game so far, just off by inches, beating out top of the key and adorable throws it over to a lean Lean down low goes to Justin months working on less Chesky much in the lane passes it inside brilliantly that David Assad for the lay up and it's 58 52, a six point lead for Virginia Tech, Hokies, largest of the game now on the drive hub is shoved. File is on David Kasan. That is the seventh foul of the Hokies. So go into the line. Powers on BT Going to the line is prentiss hub. Jobs. One for one of the night dribbles at the free throw line spins the ball in his hands, dips his knees, fires it up, and it's off the back of the room. No good. It was the shooting foul, so help we'll get another. 58 52 Notre Dame trailing by six luschek skis out with another media time out coming up here. Really making may work for a shot. He's only got five in the game, and he's made three Huh? We'll get another free throw here with 9, 30 remaining and Notre Dame trailing 58 52. Bob spends a ball in his hands. Troubles once twice three times four times spins the ball in his hands again dips his knees fires it up, and it is good 58 53. Jalen Cone, the leading scorer in the game is back in the game Now for the Hokies, he's 5 £1065 sophomore from Walkerton, North Carolina, got a game high 16 points as a 47 inch vertical leap. He loves to knock down three. She's four for nine from three point land in the game. Cricketer walking the ball over the mid court strike for the 19th ranked Hokies. They lead it by five that her name just two of 11 shooting here and half number two. The tour Now is Notre Dame drops back into a man a man bounces the pass down low inside to a Louima. Looming now working on Durham spins, fakes Jump Hook up and good. 60 53 largest lead of the game for Virginia Tech, 7905 remaining regulation time. Here comes hub with a basketball Between the circles of journaling to his right hub..
"walkerton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Serving in the military. They came home along with thousands of military dogs. Those dogs served in the war and we're honored upon their return. They trained for eight hours a day comes last, including mine Thursday, a day that goes by that I don't think that that's from the documentary from the military channel about dogs who served in World War two. Now there's a Children's book about war dogs. It takes a dog's point of view about serving in the war. The book is called Major, A Soldier Dog. It's by Trevor Jones, who's with us. We also have with US majors owner, said Moore, who was just a boy when his dog went off to war. I want to start with you, Trevor, before we get to major story helped put things in perspective. How many dogs served in World War two. And how are they chosen? Well, when the war started, we were suddenly fighting a war on two fronts. And the thought was, we need to free up soldiers to do as much as possible. And so there were a bunch of American civilians that thought dogs could really help us out. They could carry bandages. They could detect landmines they could patrol Facilities against sabotage, and there was only one really big problem with that idea is that the U. S military had not a single dog and no dog training program whatsoever. So what they did. Was. They asked the American people to donate their pets. They're they're animals at home and donate those to the war effort. It's a programme called Dogs for defence that they came up with. And so people did this by the thousands by the tens of thousands. The figures are not exact. But it would not be wrong to say that there were over 20,000 dogs donated to this program and all by American civilians and their their pets at home. Sid more. I want to welcome you. Your dog Major served in the war. How old were you? And what made you decide to volunteer Major? I was five years old when we donated them. People were sacrificing to maintain the war effort on but somehow that just rubbed off on me and my dad had suggested that we Donate the dog. Where were you living at the time? Said We were living in Walkerton, North Dakota, Do you remember the day Major left? Oh, gosh. Ahh Train pulled up and This boxcar door open with a bang. And some guy hollered words that dog we've got. We've got about three minutes. Let's go. You know, on on DH there, they tried to pick up the dog and put him In this kennel in the boxcar. On the dog was struggling, and they bit one of the guys that was trying to load him up and my dad said, Hey, wait a minute. Just just puts it up there. In the candle on the hill Call major and he'll jump right in there. And so that's what we did on. That's been so sad to say goodbye to your dog. Yeah. That it was terrible. I was hugging him and they started hollering at me. Let's go. We gotta get out of there Get you know Some guy reached in and grabbed me by the arm and pulled me out of there and shut the Cal door banging the boxcar door. Shut on the way my dog went, that was it. I didn't get him back after the war, said We're going to get to that. I want to go back to Trevor to ask him one part of his book. We're going to comeback. Tio Trevor Jones in your book, You tell the story of major In your book, you place major in Italy, but we really don't know where he served. Where did dogs go? Dogs went just about everywhere. But that's one of the pieces of the record keeping that wasn't well done. We know that a bunch of dogs did serve in Italy in World War two. They were also very useful in the Pacific and scout dogs like major what they do. Is they going on a patrol and detecting ambush before it happened, using their keen sense of smell and hearing, and then the soldiers Good Carl Colin and artillery strike Or they could go around the other way or they could retreat and dogs were really valuable in the war effort in that way. Now, as I mentioned 75 years ago, World War two officially came to an end. Soldiers and dogs came home said You were reunited with major. Do you remember that day? Oh, yes. Yeah. You know, I don't think the dog was just happy to see me and glad, glad to be back and stuff. But I was a little distant from him because I was so ashamed. Of my part in getting him sent away on that affected me a little bit. Hey, mostly hung around with my brother. But anyway, we got him back. Major received an honorable discharge. What was that about? Hey, did ah, He got a discard the discharges are very rare. I think there's about 5200 or so. Of those discharges on? No. I had some other papers with that things like what to feed him or what he's been eating. My dad liked to show off the tricks that the dog could do it stuff that's that's about all right. Remember about Trevor? It's remarkable. The effort the government took to reunite dogs with their owners did they have to be rehabilitated? They really paid a lot of attention to this idea that the dogs were loans from the American people that these were not military assets and they owed That debt back to the family. So what happened was that the end of the war when they didn't need the dogs anymore? They sent them back to Fort Robinson. Nebraska was the the last remaining dog training center in the nation, and they d train them so that they could become pets again. So they went through a week's long course because one of the things that they train them when they were military dogs. They could only be touched by their handlers, so they had to re socialize them so they could deal with groups of people again. And so if you were like, said, and you donated your dog a couple of years before, and your dog survived the war, not all dogs did. But major did. Then they would re socialize that dog at Fort Robinson, and then it would get shipped back to you at government expense in your dog would show up again, and the records show that they worked really hard to make that happen. They track down people who had moved over the course of the war. And they you know, found those new addresses, and they they wanted those dogs reunited with their owners. The book is called Major. A Soldier Dog. It's by Trevor Jones. And it tells the story of sit more who have also been hearing his dog major served in World War two. I want to Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you..
"walkerton" Discussed on Cheap Heat
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"walkerton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"And only in Lena pizzeria analytical live without high here in Fargo the site for tonight's North Dakota ADP boys basketball game between the Bruins and the Mustang with the call of tonight's game. Here's Evan getting. Similar aspirations, but both heading in very opposite directions. Six began the twenty eighteen nineteen season with an eight game win streak longest in program history. In only sniper Tom team in Eastern Conference Fargo Davies, Meanwhile, South is a young athletic group looking at still celery carrying to go through the. The top three teams in the conference beginning tonight with. Hello, again, everyone getting here for another edition of all high school basketball game elite ads Shelton high school and happy to have you. Join us for tonight's ride inside Bruins country as the Bruins at south are three and five three and four hundred ADC and the Mustangs of Cheyenne. Seventy one in the the Mustangs in their blue and orange court. Meanwhile, South in their home, white Brown and gold are preparing to be introduced. Tonight's public address announcer as four south curly coming off of a seventy three forty five laws on the road at Walkerton. Last friday. They have had a week to kind of news over the figure out exactly what was wrong in that game the game in which they didn't turn the ball over that has been their MO this year twenty one turnovers tied for the only turn the ball over twelve times against Wapping in. But however to get things going. That is something you'll need to keep up. Very sure handed Cheyenne team on the opposite side shine does not make many mistakes, even though they like to play fast. They do have room to improve as said hit figure head coach, Tom Kirchhoff. You're now about halfway through the season wants to play a more uptempo style basketball under okay at the turnovers come wet non game. So far this year four different Mustangs leading sores a very balanced attack. This young fresh. Tournament finals appearance a year ago. Meanwhile, twenty second year head coach, Mike, Hendricks elder statesman. The head coaches Dakota conference said that this.
"walkerton" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"So three minutes and thirty six seconds remaining here in this first staff. Exactly sure what rose. If the scores table for. The head of of the street. Trying to reset the shot clock apparently. And they finally do get thirty backup in the big red numbers above each basket. And. Be set to go six point lead for south in a very hard fought game between these two sons polar opposites in terms of roster and talents a very athletic group for south a young disciplined team Shanley. Donald. The right side of the high ended up within the near corner. Jump ball was called as bars got on top of him possession arrow in favor of south. There's been a lot of turnovers proved both sides with as a result south been able to take advantage there up six inbounds from the nearside writer for the Shanley basket the leak it out to the left side for Mata now hands off to Inaki interior pass. Download Wieser burger mid block left hop step into a foul is called on the inside. That's going to be on Owen MIR's came in from the top of the key to provide some help defense on the six foot three two hundred and forty pound Dawson Wieser murder. In got called the personal foul. Fifteen foul for Shanley second personal on MIR's inbound for south over to the far side into the corner for more double team comes immediately. Now, he's having trouble getting it out. And he's going to call a timeout. Smart decision there by more as a six foot three senior guard last for the thirty second call, and we'll stay here to the brief pause in action twenty-five nineteen in the baller insurance scoreboard in favor of south of a sham three minutes and nine seconds remaining here in this first half sure to stick around for a custom express car wash. Halftime report a breakdown. Of course, the first half game. I had contest between these two signs and some updates from sports from around the rest of the region. Other teams in action tonight. Davy's on the road at Walkerton valley cities hosting north. Those games already underway. Seven PM tip offs. This one got started around seven forty five. After a lengthy varsity girls.
"walkerton" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The little girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The and the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house scraping. They bring the town marshal. And he is named as hang coordin-. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house. You have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other. Than that a crazed murderers hiding somewhere in this house. It is a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun. No, former protection Olding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies very eight dead bodies in the house lawn house in a small quiet western town. The all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. Imagine the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after that the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jay in Walkerton came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He could keep donations coming in by keeping people angry, and he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizen. Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became a badly divided community, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go through they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them. This battle lasted Liska for even though. Roxanne was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the the person whipping up sentiment in making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again, people are feeling, yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is you know, the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it sorta make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any had there been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this comment coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of sentiment. I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Authorities and I would say this is still true today that peop- the chamber of commerce tribes types in Velasco wished to ballista was known for something else. Right. The there is a house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around the list, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is now that we have saying where the doctor's house, but that, but where the what Liska is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that it you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without the more family was very well liked. They were and the community. Thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to them. Sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers or there's an effort to try to. So it doesn't mean enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece necks planes, everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains crimes. The double murder in Colorado Springs emerged to families in one night and joining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. It's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many places.
"walkerton" Discussed on KTRH
"Girl is a member of the family on the morning of June. Ten no one is stirring around in the house. The. And the his brother finally comes and breaks into the house finds a couple of bodies and runs out of the house, grabbing they bring the town marshal, and he is named as Hank Horton. Mr. Horton, courageously goes through the house you have to understand. He has no reason to believe anything other than that. A crazed murderer murderers hiding somewhere in this house as a dark house. He's holding matches in front of him. With no gun no form of protection, holding matches in front of in front of his himself going from room to room finding bodies very eight dead bodies in the house and long house in a small, quiet. Western town, the and all of them hitting the head with an axe the access found as it usually is next to the body of a little girl. The man from the train was a pervert. And he was interested in little little girl. Little girl was usually found in a in an attitude suggesting that she had been. She had been outraged after death the. In any case. The crime was not there was a great uproar as you can imagine. But the crime was not solved. Two years later at conman named Jan Walkerton came to Valenica and realized that he could sustain a phony investigation of the crime by keeping people angry. He can keep donations coming in by keeping people angry. And he did that by accusing a very prominent local citizens Frank Jones of financing the crimes. There isn't any chance in the world of Frank Jones was guilty or that he had any any connection to it. But this campaign to prosecute Frank Jones divided Felicita and a horrible and unprecedented way the city fought over whether or not Jones did it or didn't do it for several years and became came badly divided communities, you know, families on one side of the line wouldn't play with families on the other side of the line. They wouldn't go to they wouldn't shop at their stores. They wouldn't wouldn't have anything to do with them that this battle lasted ballista for even though. Roxanne was eventually run out of town in nineteen seventeen. The the battle went on for a long time and the hard feelings emanating from it. Persist in the city. I I would say to an extent that they persist to the present day. You mentioned the piece about the. The person in whipping up sentiment in making a false accusation to profit from it. And even that creates a pattern for all. Too often. How crime stories unsolved crime stories are treated yet at the same time. It it speaks to the fact that there weren't cold-case police officers working the the crime still the crimes of that time might have been solved by after that period of time by somebody writing a letter confessing or somebody knowing somebody that wasn't it went to almost literally like fall in their lap, which again comes back to the the power of storytelling and how key but just by keeping by telling a story the beginning middle and end of these events. It doesn't matter. How old the story is is that it will get people to listen again and to reconsider again and most likely to connect again to that sense of outrage about what had happened. And so, you know, a static police report. Won't necessarily anger people. But when you start telling the story again people's fulfilling. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. And and that's but also keeps kind of the idea of the murder alive. It makes it it gives you a sensation. Again, that is the core of sensationalism. But it does it makes it sorta make you feel it again, the fact that this crime in happened had they had they built a, you know, any kind of memorial to the family had there been any Heather been what had the town done to try to come to grips with the fact that this murder had happened prior to even this convent and coming to town or afterward. The well there was I don't know that there was that kind of Santa. But I don't know that anyone built a memorial to them. For many years of Alaska. Assorted. And I would say this is still true today that the chamber of commerce types types in Velasco wished to ballista was known for something else. Right. Right. The at there is a the house where the crime occurred is still standing and is operated as a kind of of tourism. It's it's shows up on paranormal TV shows and people pay to take tours of the house the, but if you drive around Liska, there's no sign anywhere that says where the house is that we assign saying where the doctor's house has. But that, but the what list is known for is not mentioned anywhere. The that's not an appropriate. I it goes without saying that that's not an appropriate memorial. Right. The. I don't know that you raise an interesting question. I don't know that in any of these cases there was a proper memorial to the victims victims were mostly poor people mostly people without. Without one in the more family was very well liked. They and the community thought well of them and the vigorous efforts to solve the crime were kind of memorial to them. But I don't think there was any physical memorial to, you know, sometimes it's just a place where somebody always brings flowers. There's an effort to try to. So it doesn't enough to be like a statue. But it is interesting. How communities will will sometimes do that? Because that is their way of honoring. So, but I think you mentioned the economics piece that explains everything, you know, that that's one of the reasons why it's usually prominent citizens that enjoy that kind of status. The one of his one of the national chains. Crimes the double murder in Colorado Springs, emerged to families in one night and adjoining houses the, but if you if you go to that community where that happened. Now, the people in that area is still remember it. It's still they they could tell ya. Oh, that's a house right there. It's still it has not forgotten many.
"walkerton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The internet. It does not forget and if what you're known for his bad, that bad thing will pop up when you're googled, and that is a problem for the town of Walkerton Ontario where seven people died from e coli outbreak in two thousand. Because the first thing that comes up when you search Walkerton is a wicked pedia article called Walkerton e coli outbreak. Now, town officials are looking to change their search results using search engine optimization. David Ingles is the mayor of Brockton that is the municipality that encompasses Walkerton and that's where we reached him. Goes, what comes up when you Google Walkerton Antero? Well, right now they Walkerton e. coli water crisis comes up, so that's why we're doing a search engine optimization. We'll get to that moment, but we just did a search ourselves on Google and Walker on -tario. The first thing that came up is well, it's Wikipedia page about Walkerton just information. The next one is a wicked pedia page about Walkerton e coli outbreak. As you point at the next page was exploring Bruce county and to Walker tin. The next one was trip advisor best of Walkerton list. And then the next was inside Walkerton Canada's worst ever e. coli contamination, which was a CVC new story. So is that, is that what you're talking about that does that reflective of what people are reading about? Yes, it is. But the last one that I wasn't too long ago to you call, I crisis right at the top. It's usually one, two or three. What effect do you think these search results have on Walkerton? Well, we we think if if that's the prominent item that comes up on the website or on the search, it's going to discourage economic development, some point, and we've had some cases already where a business or family have decided that when they while they, they didn't know anything about Brockton didn't know anything about walked except they knew about the water crisis. And that's the first thing that came up and did discourage. I know one business I'm not. I don't know about any others, but it did discourage one business. It was Canada's worst ever e. coli contamination wasn't it. It was. It was, but we are past that, and I think our community is past that we don't wanna forget it. You know, it's something that we don't want to bury it. It'll never go away that that aspect of what happened and we will. We recognize that. And we have done things on those anniversaries that do come up to commemorate and recognize that tragedy as something that no community wants to go through that. So we're at the point where we need to move forward. And I think everyone would say that every community wants to move forward. And we think one of the ways that for us to do that is to optimize the search engine to bring up the positive aspects of of Walkerton particular. And so you have applied for grant to terriers rural economic development program..
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This few games left in the season and you had. A, chance, to get a full. Game on Oklahoma City I. Know they still have nine left head to head, with, okay see but you. Want to Take advantage of the opportunities you have in the sky SOX. Just, threw, away last night basically Because they had a chance there even though the only scored one run on the tenth. Inning Walkerton. Did the job striking out the first two batters there in the. Bottom of the tenth inning and it looked like it all lined up for the Saxon win that game wasn't. Meant to be sky SOX fall to two and seven in extra inning ball games this year but today is a. New day and they send Alec Asher to the mound to try and salvage a series split Asher has been back and forth, like so many pitchers in this rotation between AAA and the big leagues. At the AAA level five wins three losses has last time out was. Not his best start six runs on seven hits, and five innings and a, loss at Reno we have seen a couple bad starts from Ayrshire. But more than anything really really good competitive starts? Is, last few times out not. As best, how does he get back to his, best form well you got to throw strikes I mean we listened Aaron Brooks yesterday and he he just put it so simply and plainly that big reason for his success is quite simply he's throwing strikes and more specifically I pitch Strikes get, ahead of the hitter we I almost every broadcast, that look at. The batting average one a pitcher is ahead and? Account, and when he's behind an. Account and, it is a.
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Provide sky sox staff and media with outstanding fair throughout the twentieth eighteen season brett phillips leads off the third inning fouls at bank lefthanded batter out his first time and he takes high from right hander jeff brigham ball wanna ball minute strike one nothing socks lead in the third brigham simple delivery brings it home and that's high bowl too second time through the lineup for brigham we'll see how he there's was wind up the two one offering to phillips swinging a mess two and two the scheduled starting pitcher tonight lefthander hurling or see as being bumped back to tomorrow we'll start thief finale for the cakes to to pitch swing and a mess threw a fastball ninety three from brigham philip strikes out for a second time tonight strikeout number four for brigham and a hitter orlando rcn nursia walked in the first inning sox will have a guy making his aaa debut tomorrow making the start will be lefthander cameron rauner is there in walkerton was called back up by the brewers pitches haida arsia ball one right hander against right hander or if i tell you what he keeps getting sent down but no sooner as he sat down then he's called back up by the brewers east back with them today for that double header in pittsburgh pitch high ball to and no or if will not be reporting to the ballclub or he lopez has arrived he's here in new orleans the two oh pitch fouled back to and one he'd rhyne houser has arrived.
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The arizona organization last year the two one delivery taken high ball three ondeck is cody ashi last time out for wilkerson was in sacramento on friday a four to one losing decision when five and a third giving up three runs but only one earned the pitch is in their off speed for a strike three and two wilkerson looking for his first one of the year he's going to making his fifth start his six appearance of the season six three one hundred ninety pound right hander come set and the three to pitch outside ball of four so first and third with two outs for the fifty ones and that'll bring cody ashi to the plate they're in the top of the first inning for walkerton this is his fourth appearance at home he's done well here one point seven four era at home giving up just two runs on ten hits and ten and one third here at security service field coming in tonight she won for three last night now they're left handed batter yeah she hitting two thirty to seven home runs twenty four runs batted in and the pitch is upstairs again ball one those two honored runs and wilkerson last star came after he left the ballgame in sacramento jacob nottingham catcher dropped a foul pop and that extended a rally for the river cats left in a tie ballgame play asks you to pull around the infield drastically not the over ship it's hard to centerfield taylor going back we'll have room and he'll haul it in out near the warning track win the inning so she just misses they're fly ball to deep center to win the top of the first inning twenty pitch anything for aaron walker's in the fifty one's denied they strand runners at third i underway here at security service a we have no score and eric bremer is back with the sky sox starting lineup a lineup that will face lefthander pj conlon for the first time when we come back well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world together like chicken so we're doing our part to bring nations together.
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Here's the two to pitch out straight backup air the booth here campomanes a two and to show with slater on deck or he lopez up at the sky sox bullpen motorcyclists thrones well pitches in the inning sinisa eighty nine in the game breaking golf libel centerfield braxton back a step will put it away on the seventh of the confrontation shock skies center one out burst into the ballot goes catcher jacob nottingham batteries austin slater one time sovereign in denver the diamondbacks take the first of that series over the rockies nine to four increased their lead in the division to a game and a half with iraqis dodgers still playing they started play tonight a game and a half back giants already one today so they remain a game and a half back of arizona you're getting tied in the national league west nottingham back behind the plate here slater right handed batter swings and bounces one sharply up the middle and into center field for a base it he's two for three to second days goes tomlinson on one out the batteries chased ardo the ninety i mitch of the game from wilkerson co manage sweet out of the first base dugout will meet with the player greg terry before making his way to the mound pile rent will enter the game field for tyrod taylor hey lopez or replace aaron walkerton on the mound here at the bottom of the sixth inning it was sacramento pitching change back with more pacific coast league baseball right after this celebrate the history of our national pastime at the national.
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So still waiting to see which pitcher will blink first casey kelly a sit down the first nine in a row walkerton seven and here's orlando police day the veteran pacific coast league tall lean right handed batter and he takes a strike police state has been down here all year with the river cat sitting to sixty seventy eight times and ribbon in twenty six runs takes outside ball one kelly is only twenty six it's like you should be about thirty six years old six feet one hundred and eighty five powder swings any misses and account as wanting to it's c a l i x t e kelly stay come up with the royals organization cleared omaha that one just outside and account is even to and to kelly stay last year spent the season and the giants organization played twenty nine games for san francisco bounces one to i but foul campomanes means even a two and two on deck as the pitcher casey kelly stay has played thirty one major league games twenty nine last year for the giants in two with kansas city back at twenty fifteen.
"walkerton" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"We're back you're listening to executive news radio this show host herb cohen we'd like to introduce lawrence walkerton president and ceo of logistics systems inc lawrence what is logistics systems inc a logistics system is information technology system integrator for agencies uhhuh larger house moses business about two hundred employees two hundred people and how'd you get a job with this company it's two hundred people i founded it in two thousand twelve you founded the business and where you're from originally alabama how many brothers and sisters fourteen and where are you in the pecking order of the fourteen andrea what's your question growing up with so many siblings tell me about mom and dad my mother was more copies of the family she really slept us as we chew gum in church talk and we had to be very nice around here all the time i sort of is that really true mom would like if you chewed gum and church mom would give you a slap yes and you he ever use a bad word said anybody anybody she'll sloppy dan so what's that have to do with what you who you are nowadays i think establishing more character up being nice and being a good person and i think she was responsible for that andrea keep on going and that he was he gave me my work ethic he was probably the hardest working man i knew because he would leave in my entire life i never seen after sunrise he was gone do for work eventually laid on when i was twelve years old he came a carpenter and he learned to build houses in his own business with that yes i did work for some time i was well sometime of young to do undoing a farm work but i work in manila copy worked about fourteen years younger.
"walkerton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Moretto saw his batting average dipped to two thirty during the trip from two seventy and one whatever while the that trip role began may you know may change then so he had hope a to be ready for joined unscreened socks warm forty up by one point bullpen declined catcher pitch val charlie bag mayer and the counter you one mentioned at one that you've done this at a couple of different levels in the brewers organization during the road what trip is his different on base about percentage triple a dropped from because three even eighty though two to three it's a forty different eight locale you're essentially doing the same thing izzo ps from nine twelve to seven just seventy three during the trip older guys is more high mature bowl in to the routines two and one and and what they know so they need he'll to get see done if home cooking can't get him back on track here scoreless here in the first inning walkerton with the delivery breaking ball mrs nope it's a strike an account is even a two and to play don't hire junior valentine john stark of each at first and the crew chief john lithgow is over a third radio at home hitting three thirty three just one sixty two on the road takes that one just outside and account fills up three and two with anthony garcia ondeck shadows have cover the entire infield but really doesn't matter that the sun is being obscured by clouds overhead for the most part swinging got him on a fastball down goes baretto on strikes to win the inning and that's a good start for erin wilkerson three up three down ten pitches make eleven pitches for wilkerson and we are heading to the second inning here in the music city scoreless on a monday night.
"walkerton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Mentally but then iran is foul away now the c on onto phones at least one in syria and in lebanon his balance that you mentioned is around one hundred and fifty thousand walkerton missiles that can it most of his we've this presence of not only poxy or finan but iranian soldiers themselves some close to the ball does that was is how does the situation in the golan heights play into this israel as we know conquered the formerly syrian held territory back in the in the nineteen sixty seven we'll the hut been discussion of land for peace deal that disintegrated around the time the syrian conflict begun this is given a ron and opportunity there hasn't it base between israel in series on not on the table for probably a long long time there were negotiation nearly reached the point of agreements falen on some minor issues became big because of the nature of the of of of the negotiators but this is not there until syria is becoming a state again hobo who knows what's going to happen to syria in the future is probably will keep occupying the golan heights full full quiet to why so this is a buffer zone between israel and syria having said that is a set at the beginning of the war in syria to criteria and it's managed to adhere to give take for most of these seven years one that's one because fi form syria into the golan heights always and that's the event one would they call weapons over munition that game chain.
"walkerton" Discussed on KGO 810
"The candidly i don't see how realistically unless you get a once back and forth from one side of the room to the other or look at your peril while he might do that i don't understand because the it doesn't really restrict him in the constitution from pardoning himself yeah but he's saying i'm guilty and i'm gonna let myself off the hook if you're guilty then no no because remember where the part that's the whole purpose of it you can take someone who's guilty and you can part there but the interesting question is can't you harden yourself the framers did the wise people who divine this notion of being able to part and it'd be the president pardon power they actually think well you know what i think it'd be great if the president could use that to pardon himself well i think no it came up in the federalist papers and if it was one of the five papers that john jay actually wrote and the idea of the the power to pardon at the federal level of course you know we'll see i mean if there's a good chance he's violated new york state laws as well and so could a stay come after a sitting president in court and that's that's a big question obviously right i mean and then of course the scroll yeah it is horribly complicated when you get into this notion of what's called dual sovereignty you have the central which is a sovereign and then you have the individual states that it's a set it's we wanted to this problem most frequently on the question of double jeopardy that's where there is so much tension between the ability to several sovereign to prosecute and the state sovereign prosecute and there are some limited instances where they get actually both prosecute well and you know we know we saw that in the rodney king verdict of the four police officers obviously when they were found not guilty the federal government stepped in and and prosecuted them and i think you know i don't think people were screaming double jeopardy but there it it's damn close all right so a northern indiana pizza shop the got national attention at the height of their religious freedom law debate is out of business now this memories pizza in town called walkerton had told customers were they close update initially closed up when they refused to cater and event.