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Another 3.8 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Another 3.8 million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week

"Weekly jobless numbers are out they show more Americans than expected filed first time request for unemployment benefits last week KOAA news radio money editor Pat Waterton has those details may not have come as a surprise but that doesn't make it any less discouraging that three point eight four million Americans file first time claims for unemployment benefits last week perhaps the only silver lining in this cloud is that the numbers have been getting a little smaller week by week over the last month still over the last six weeks more than thirty million Americans have filed claims for jobless

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"waterton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"waterton" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"How did these women adventurous tree hugging free spirited Jan called idealistic trailblazers to moms who abuse their kids and drove off a cliff and when did that begin from glamour and howstuffworks this is broken heart I'm lazy again and I'm just in Harmon here's Lawrence Miley talking with Amy stod Rustad whose son went to woodland elementary school with the heart describe what you did see when they were they're going to the same school as your kids just kind of walk me through what you knew about the heart rate you're caught your eye exam and ships like something you can't really they had a horrible them you know you're shooting these five in the end I only saw five he turns markets must've been at the middle school by then I can remember them all you're getting out and standing in a line and just waiting for a river all alone in this line and then they would just walk right in and just like little soldiers and you know we thought it was my husband and I were talk Waterton change well I guess you know third world behaves we thought they were all the same age that's one thing that I do remember is you know our son was in kindergarten than we thought they were slow so we thought they had to change in the garden the kids in the sauce from her car window where the hearts Abigail Hannah divine tae Jeremiah and Sierra the woman driving the mas would've been Jan at this point Sir was working full time at Herberger's while Jen stayed home with the kids if you've ever done school drop off you know the scene big backpacks shuffling sneakers maybe a little sister waving from the backseat for lots of kids the next seven hours are drudgery to be adored for the heart the school day might have been a welcome respite from what was going on at home if you started in Alexandria Minnesota and it was all the family crest three states we'll never know why Jen and terra moved so many times but wherever they went people notice their kids I'd robotic behavior the bruises their hunger cheers Ian Sparling Jennings Harris friend.

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"waterton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"waterton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Adventurous tree hugging free spirited Jan called go from being idealistic trailblazers to moms who abused their kids and drove off a cliff and when did that begin from glamour and howstuffworks this is broken heart I'm lazy get and I'm just in Harmon here's Lawrence Miley talking with Amy stod restaurant whose son went to woodland elementary school with the heart describe what you did see when they were they're going to the same school as your kids just kind of walk me through what you knew about the hard hi your online account I should switch something you can't really they had a horrible them you know your Xing these five in that and I only saw five and markets must've been at the middle school by then I can remember them all you're getting out and standing in a line and just waiting for a river all alone in this line and then they would just walk right in and just like little soldiers and you know we thought it was my husband and I were talk Waterton change well I guess you know there won't be here we thought they were all the same age that's one thing that I do remember is you know our son was in kindergarten than we thought they were slow so we thought they had in kindergarten the kids Amy soften her car window where the hearts Abigail Hannah divine tae Jeremiah and Sierra the woman driving the mas would've been Jan at this point Sir was working full time at Herberger's while Jen stayed home with the kids if you've ever done school drop off you know the scene big backpacks shuffling sneakers maybe a little sister waving from the backseat for lots of kids the next seven hours are drudgery to be adored for the heart the school day might have been a welcome respite from what was going on at home if you started in Alexandria Minnesota and it would follow the family crest three states we'll never know why Jen answer moved so many times but wherever they went people notice their kids I'd robotic behavior the bruises their hunger cheers Ian starling Jennings Harris friend to you've.

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"waterton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"waterton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So how did these women adventurous tree hugging free spirited as Jan called go from being idealistic trailblazers to moms who abused their kids and drove off a cliff and when did that begin from glamour and howstuffworks this is broken heart I'm lazy again and I'm just in Harmon here's Lawrence Miley talking with Amy stod Rustad whose son went to woodland elementary school with the heart describe what you did see when they were they're going to the same school as your kids just kind of walk me through what you knew about the hard hi your online account I should switch something you can't really they had a horrible them you know your Xing these five in the end I only saw five because markets must've been at the middle school by then I can remember them all you're getting out and standing in a line and just waiting for a river all alone in this line and then they would just walk right in just like little soldiers and you know we thought it was my husband and I were talk Waterton change well I guess you know there won't be aids we thought they were all the same age that's one thing that I do remember is you know our son was in kindergarten than we thought they were slow so we thought they had in kindergarten the kids Amy soften her car window where the hearts Abigail Hannah divine tae Jeremiah and Sierra the woman driving the mas would've been Jan at this point Sir was working full time at Herberger's while Jen stayed home with the kids if you've ever done school drop off you know the scene big backpacks shuffling sneakers maybe a little sister waving from the backseat for lots of kids the next seven hours are drudgery to be adored for the heart the school day might have been a welcome respite from what was going on at home did you started in Alexandria Minnesota and it was all the family crest three states we'll never know why Jen and Sarah moved so many times but wherever they went people notice their kids I'd robotic behavior the bruises their hunger cheers Ian Sparling Jennings Harris friend to you've heard from.

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"waterton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"waterton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio time is five thirty i've cory lopez the first two democratic presidential debates set to begin in miami and less than two hours massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is the highest polling damn in tonight's debate tomorrow features front runners former vice president joe biden vermont senator bernie sanders and california senator kamala harris former colorado governor john hickenlooper doesn't debate until tomorrow night but he was making the rounds with media today hickenlooper telling the media that a democratic drift toward socialism is the wrong way to go you don't need massive government expansions to change this country and change the world what you need is people working together hickenlooper says his approaches the bring business nonprofits and government together to solve big problems he calls that a three legged stool of stability jury bill k._o._a. newsradio at fire and waterton canyon now one hundred percent contained a fire burned two and a half acres was started yesterday by lightning beth chapman the life of dog the bounty hunter has died at the age of fifty one chapman passed away today at a hospital in honolulu after a long battle with throat cancer that was placed in a medically induced coma earlier this week she had announced may twelfth that she had stopped chemotherapy treatment on wall street today the dow closed down eleven points and the nasdaq was up twenty five s. and p. five hundred fell four points our next news update at six o'clock i'm cory lopez k._o._a. newsradio eight fifty a._m. ninety one f._m. Check on.

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"waterton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"waterton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio time is five thirty i worry lopez the first two democratic presidential debate set to begin in miami and less than two hours -chusetts senator elizabeth warren is the highest polling damn in tonight's debate tomorrow features front runners former vice president joe biden vermont senator bernie sanders and california senator kamala harris former colorado governor john hickenlooper doesn't debate until tomorrow night but he was making the rounds with media today hickenlooper telling the media that democratic drift toward socialism is the wrong way to go you don't need massive government expansions to change this country and change the world what you need is people working together hickenlooper says his approaches to bring business nonprofits and government together to solve big problems he calls that a three legged stool of stability jerry bell k._o._a. newsradio at fire in waterton canyon now one hundred percent contained the fire burn two and a half acres was started yesterday by lightning beth chapman the wife of dog the bounty hunter has died at the age of fifty one chapman passed away today at a hospital in honolulu after a long battle with throat cancer beth was placed in a medically induced coma earlier this week she had announced may twelfth that she had stopped chemotherapy treatment on wall street today the dow closed down eleven points and the nasdaq was up twenty five the s. and p. five hundred fell four points our next news update at six o'clock i'm cory lopez k._o._a. newsradio eight fifty a._m. f._m. check on traffic.

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"waterton" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"waterton" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"I'm not doing I have to lose weight. But to see more definition to my body live healthier and for the longevity of life. Now to my question. I've been listening to your podcast ever since I started af and have been binge listening. Grape stuff, I don't know if this is just me, but has anyone noticed a change in the size of their feet? This is one of the first things I noticed about my body changing. And is that my feet are getting smaller? My boyfriend says it could simply be due to less inflammation. But I was just wondering if anyone else has reported this. So before I go to her next question. Do you have thoughts on the feet? Oh, yeah. We hear this all the time people do. Their feet, get smaller. And of course, it could be inflammation, swelling puffiness that sort of thing. I feel like I just had fat feet. My feet had I've gained weight everywhere. And I guess my feet was this places because I was a size seven and a half shoe in high school, and then you know, I had two children and was obese and say mighty big Avas wearing a eight and a half. Even like, I think about a nine every now, and then, and I just thought that was getting older, you know, whatever. Well, now, I'm back in seven and a half to eight and we do like, I said we hear this all the time, and it could be just inflammation. But I think we lose some feat that yeah, just anecdotes. So it's interesting when I reactor foods, or if I like problems with Waterton things like that. I actually do experience it a lot in my feet that seems to be one of the areas that experience it so, but I have definitely seen a. Yeah. I change my feet in general. I think a lot of. It is like the inflammation related. I mean, it sure you do store some fat in your feet, but you're not alone. Janice. It's definitely not all in your head people definitely experienced it. And she says second question, I have also noticed a huge difference in my sleep is. I have always been quite the insomniac. I used to have trouble sleeping. Never have great sleep. Since starting af my sleeping has drastically improved. Which is great and simply wondering if this is because of I f hoping to turn this into a true lifestyle again. Thank you for this podcast. I truly enjoyed it. And wish she both. Well, best, Janice. So I feel cleave is actually, you know, experience sleep issues with intermittent.

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"waterton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Don't think so. Donald Trump races. Broad stroke about a wall and that being racist than I don't know. But there are people that support is Donald Trump racist. There are a lot of thinking about. There are a lot of people's support that well, and I think when you blanket, I think this is the problem with identity politics in the country, which is something we started touchdown yesterday when you broad stroke, everyone, all black people think one thing people think one thing one thing that's how we got ourselves into this mess, and I'm one of the people that would like to help pull ourselves out of that. Let's focus our Steve king. I'm happy to talk about the wall and border. And we talk about Trump, by the way, I think I have made myself quite clear how I feel about President Trump. How I feel about the America. That was always great. According to what I think I have made myself explicitly clear on this show and other places. So please don't paint me just because I'm for border security that I somehow racist in some way or another because I don't think that's fair. I'm against the wall. For stronger, Waterton ready. I would like to say kings languages imports. He said white nationalist white supremacist western civilization. How did that language become offensive? This is very clear it's very clear racist language from congressman came through. And I think that is what I'm just saying. Well, we broad stroke, everyone, I would like our show. And I've said this many times to be above that to be above Brad stroking people into different. Then maybe to try another network. If that's what you want Megan. But she wasn't having it, you know, and I don't blame her because I'm sick and tired of everybody being cast as a racist. And somebody should have defended the president because we have absolutely no indication that he's racist or that he's anti semitic or that. He is any of the things they call him a Russian agent. Now, he's a Russian spy. I mean, God he's being manipulated by the Russians. You know? Do they realize how ludicrous it all sounds to most of America, you know, the people sitting in Iowa or in Kansas look at that crap and think to themselves these people are like a psychos, you know, I don't want any of them in my house. They're not invited for dinner. Anyway, stay where you are. We'll be right back. Joyce Calvin here. Join.

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"waterton" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"And do you even stand while we have the Rooney rule lot lot of unpack? No, maybe let's just talk about it. So I'm such an analytical excel spreadsheet nerd that. When I think of things like this, the first thing, I think of is okay. The the Rooney rule is. In place. What was the purpose of the Rooney rule and the way I looked at the Rooney rule and tell me if I'm wrong is the Rooney rule was just meant to give minority coaches the ability to put their name out there that they could potentially be a head coach somewhere because for a while minority coaches in the NFL weren't even getting the opportunity to interview for head coaching jobs. They weren't getting their name out there in the media as potential head coaches. And so because of that they'd been passed over. And I think the reason we were in this situation is because if you rewind seventy years there wasn't any African American players in the NFL, and then by and large players, become assistant coaches, assistant coaches become head coaches, those head coaches higher. They're buddies to be the assistant coaches, and it becomes the cycle. And so for many of years black players hung out with black players white player. Hung out with white players. And when the white player got promoted, he would hire all of his white buddies and since seventy eight years ago, there was all white head coaches. There was never that cycle that could get broken, or at least it was taking forever to kind of break that cycle to find the best candidates overall in an a league, that's predominantly African American. It seems unusual to say the least about it that most of the head coaches are white guys. So that's kind of I think in the in the Genesis of the Rooney rule what the point was let's just make sure we're kind of breaking through some of this bad cycle that we have of how we get our head coaches and make sure everyone gets an opportunity to get their name out there to get an opportunity interview. And prove that they might have great credentials to be a head coach I hit on the head man bias the crazy thing. And it's not always done consciously. It's sometimes you said people just gravitate to people they had the same outlook with the same shared. So just a little history lesson for the flock. Do you know what year the first head coach the first black head coach was in the NFL? Joe I'm gonna say it wasn't until like the ninety s or the eighty s nabbing Twenty-one Rizzi fell black head coach of the player. Coach by the name of Fritz Pollard. He was a plane going up. So there's the lies comes from nineteen twenty one do, you know in the next black head coach wasn't not has to be the eighties. Nineteen eighty nine. Right. And there's a very very large get once off of that between nineteen thirty three the owner of the Washington Redskins. He brought the rescuers into the NFL. He was for lack of a better term a racist guy who influenced the rest of the owners to remove black players black players in the NFL. There was like ten to fifteen of its nine hundred thirty three and they kind of just without making announcement about it. No more black players. The fertile the next session business decision. Nineteen forty lack players the LA Coliseum told the Rams that they did not sign a black player that they could not use the stadium with the city because they couldn't team who segregated policies were not allowed to use the government funded stuff, which is the stadium. So one hundred forty six black player was drafted or I mean, I like drafted and signed by the ramps by nineteen fifty two every NFL team had a black player except the Washington Redskins. Guess do. You know in the first Washington reds black player was. What year was nineteen fifty two. All the teams added. Washington redskins. First black player was. Wow. Was it like in the sixties? That'd be insane. Nineteen sixty nine. Oh, my God Idi of Waterton gave him the same ultimate and the same owner had his quotes were like when the Harlem, Globetrotters start side and white players start signing negroes. He's gets negroes. I just want my team all white..

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"waterton" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"And do you even stand while we have the Rooney rule lot lot of unpack? No, maybe let's just talk about it. So I'm such an analytical excel spreadsheet nerd that. When I think of things like this, the first thing, I think of is okay. The the Rooney rule is. In place. What was the purpose of the Rooney rule and the way I looked at the Rooney rule and tell me if I'm wrong is the Rooney rule was just meant to give minority coaches the ability to put their name out there that they could potentially be a head coach somewhere because for a while minority coaches in the NFL weren't even getting the opportunity to interview for head coaching jobs. They weren't getting their name out there in the media as potential head coaches. And so because of that they'd been passed over. And I think the reason we were in this situation is because if you rewind seventy years there wasn't any African American players in the NFL, and then by and large players, become assistant coaches, assistant coaches become head coaches, those head coaches higher. They're buddies to be the assistant coaches, and it becomes the cycle. And so for many of years black players hung out with black players white player. Hung out with white players. And when the white player got promoted, he would hire all of his white buddies and since seventy eight years ago, there was all white head coaches. There was never that cycle that could get broken, or at least it was taking forever to kind of break that cycle to find the best candidates overall in an a league, that's predominantly African American. It seems unusual to say the least about it that most of the head coaches are white guys. So that's kind of I think in the in the Genesis of the Rooney rule what the point was let's just make sure we're kind of breaking through some of this bad cycle that we have of how we get our head coaches and make sure everyone gets an opportunity to get their name out there to get an opportunity interview. And prove that they might have great credentials to be a head coach I hit on the head man bias the crazy thing. And it's not always done consciously. It's sometimes you said people just gravitate to people they had the same outlook with the same shared. So just a little history lesson for the flock. Do you know what year the first head coach the first black head coach was in the NFL? Joe I'm gonna say it wasn't until like the ninety s or the eighty s nabbing Twenty-one Rizzi fell black head coach of the player. Coach by the name of Fritz Pollard. He was a plane going up. So there's the lies comes from nineteen twenty one do, you know in the next black head coach wasn't not has to be the eighties. Nineteen eighty nine. Right. And there's a very very large get once off of that between nineteen thirty three the owner of the Washington Redskins. He brought the rescuers into the NFL. He was for lack of a better term a racist guy who influenced the rest of the owners to remove black players black players in the NFL. There was like ten to fifteen of its nine hundred thirty three and they kind of just without making announcement about it. No more black players. The fertile the next session business decision. Nineteen forty lack players the LA Coliseum told the Rams that they did not sign a black player that they could not use the stadium with the city because they couldn't team who segregated policies were not allowed to use the government funded stuff, which is the stadium. So one hundred forty six black player was drafted or I mean, I like drafted and signed by the ramps by nineteen fifty two every NFL team had a black player except the Washington Redskins. Guess do. You know in the first Washington reds black player was. What year was nineteen fifty two. All the teams added. Washington redskins. First black player was. Wow. Was it like in the sixties? That'd be insane. Nineteen sixty nine. Oh, my God Idi of Waterton gave him the same ultimate and the same owner had his quotes were like when the Harlem, Globetrotters start side and white players start signing negroes. He's gets negroes. I just want my team all white..

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"waterton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Central the WGN forecast. Here's meteorologist Tom skilling of the past well days should produce. Daytime temperatures which have failed to climb out of the thirties. This was one of them. We had a pre-thanksgiving high of just thirty six and we'll have one more day in the December level thirties. Tomorrow. Then Wendy, warmer weather locks in on Friday and Saturday could see temperatures flirting with fifty. And there could be some rain Friday night a big and windy storm expected to develop over the midwest. That's later Sunday Sunday night into early Monday. That's just track will have to be watched could be a cold rain producer at the open here in Chicago, and that could change the snow Sunday night. But tonight, clouds some flurries, especially near Lake Michigan through early tonight, partial clearing, late low Twenty-eight Thanksgiving Day, clouds and mix. Sean continued cold high thirty eight Thursday night, partly cloudy becoming breezy, not quite as cold upper twenties. Ulan thirty four in the city and Friday mixon gives way to clouds, turning Wendy and milder rain will develop Friday night with a daytime high of forty nine on Friday, Saturday, some early rain and clouds break allowing mixed sun on the afternoon. Mild high up to fifty on Saturday and Sunday clouding, overturning windy chilly. Rain developing in the afternoon likely changing too, wet snow Sunday night. Daytime high forty five falling into the thirties. Monday, mostly cloudy, windy, colder, snow or snow showers. Tapering the flurries and ending high Monday up to thirty four from the delegates. And weather center. I'm Tom skilling. It's cloudy and thirty one at O'Hare thirty two midway thirty three in men, Tino the leg Waterton, but forty-one it's thirty one degrees at the lakefront.

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"waterton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The rest of the world water Waterton. It's a great great story that is and we've seen it from day one. That's the bitch and part about rig Hebron oil and gas business because you're the oil business is really the water business. You'll have to get out of the ground. They don't. Harry townes. What do you do with the water? Bob. Well, it's very white. So they fixed it microwave. Fix it. By the way, I was the model. Something really what's coming up tomorrow. So there's a reason why you can't remember anything book. But if you know the lyrics of a song, right? Oh god. Yeah. Okay. So do you remember read a book every day three times on the radio the point is though, but you, but you maybe how happy birthday like a year ago? Oh god. He's still in other words, right? Except the one was changing. Well. Global party. No, no, the guy's name. Whoever you are. So for the free beer. So there's a company out of out of Europe that is the US, and they create a company called study tracks you remember this company record producers and decided to take every single metric in school with English flossy physics man, all sciences and right, rap tunes and popular music. They've taken taking over this is cool. So it's study tracks. And it's like putting is a conjunction junction. What's your? Yeah. He's still remember can hold. Right. That was fifty years for you. Yes. The point is is that George Hammond. Hagan be here with us tomorrow ham, and eggs Hammond. Hagan George ham and eggs. Hey, Dr east heritage Phillips is with us. Another weird one. What is the name of that? But I guess so. Band called a Phillips. Yeah. Something Phillips Jason. China.

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"waterton" Discussed on X96

X96

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on X96

"There's a huge place we're talking about western canada i wanted to clarify that we're kinda to go western canada and the other thing i wanted to mention was the number a dollar thirty canadian why because the exchange rate is amazing right now for every hundred dollars canadian you're you really just spending seventy us so there's a good thirty percent race drought great deal so think about that when you're spending hotels restaurants etc and that's a great number to keep in mind so you'll save some money up in canada and if you go there keep him on you will need a passport just because you can drive there doesn't mean it's not a foreign country bring your passport lot of guests that no guns and no gun you you may not bring a gun across the board that is correct that is correct now we're gonna talk about getting there so we wanted to focus again on western candidate just because it's the closest here to utah salt lake so we're going to talk about a couple of direct flights here delta does a vancouver and calgary less than two hours straight from salt lake direct pretty good rates to get there and also if you wanted to go to edmonton or winnipeg it's just four hours with a quickly over now why would you want to go to any of those places that's exactly what we're gonna talk about do wanna mention if you just get on the i fifteen here and head north you'll hit canada and twelve hours okay so yeah let's talk about a few of the places let's we're going to start in the mid west and moved to the pacific coast and i did want to mention i we did talk about fairmont i was gonna say one of the reasons that we fell in love with fairmont just fairmont's in the us but it was because we went to canada and these are all hotels that are historic that started with the the train wreck railway expansion extension and they're all historic so even if you don't stay there they offer tours at most of them just to talk about the history the prince of wales hotel hotel in canada is that of fairmont is not is that is that was that in victoria waterton it's right there above glacier national okay yes yes so anyway i just wanted to mention that so.

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"waterton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A state this overwhelmingly rural white montana a lot of people supplement income by renting out like a garage apartment or a cabin on their property or maybe even a room in their own home or they're running like a modified bed and breakfast and you got all the reviews people posted and that is the alternative in addition to a number of independent motels are you a aaa member no we're not for a trip to montana you might wanna buy a one year membership aaa rail because their guidebooks are really really helpful for trips in the mountain states with alatas hall family run places the you're likely not to know about otherwise okay and so staying outside the port in of being be or something to that nature still it'd be a great experience 100 percent because again being in the park would be great been glacier or you know with the other thing people do is they stay in waterton provincial park that was on our list that funny you say that we are thinking about using a week maybe seven days and spending a few up there and canada so in waterton um you know americans don't know as much about waterton it's the same beauty as glacier you can use staying in a facility inside waterton is your base and you you just go back and forth across the border to visit the various parts of glacier if you can find a place in waterson and can't find one in glacier can i ask a quick question about airfare sure is there uh when you recommend we buy the flights it's there's no direct out of my airport here so you got to connect is there a good time to do that i'm going to sound like a smart alec but the answer is as soon as there a deal that you can live with what part of the country do you live in psalm i live in houston and i'm seeing about five fifty round trip per person yeah you know um september in particular it wouldn't be unusual that you might find something in the.

"waterton" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Up and take a look at the ice field because there's really nothing quite like it some of the the glaciers you can truly c a river of ice and you get the impression that this is a massive river come in downhill excellent while i was just there this made to the us side to glacier bay in a small boat when nice thing with a small boat is are allowed to overnight in glacier bay with the proper permit so we were sitting there in front of the most active glacier at the tail end of glacier bay and there was nobody else around was just aren't the park was all eire's in you get to see any of the glaciers actually cabingan against but they calved after returning the cameras often went back inside because with kohl so don't have any pictures of calving glaciers from there or from any uh any of the other glaciers that we visited it's it's a tough shot to get a specialist offtarget because you have to be ready that the fascinating thing for me about glacier bay is i didn't realize how knew it was how in not my lifetime but in my grandfather greatgrandfathers lifetime the glacier extended all the way out through what is glacier bay glacier be itself was all ice so fascinating it's it's relatively new okay so let's move back down now we're into the continental united states and and the other one is the second and there's only two shared sites with canada in this would be the glacier slash waterton barton national peace park so basically glacier national park in montana and waterton lakes national park in alberta are jointly a world heritage site and i've been to both waterton is much smaller than glacier um but much more accessible there's resorts and a lot more hotels that are available in it's much smaller but one or two lake is extremely beautiful and other boat rides it might be one of the most pleasant border experience as you'll ever have entering the united states because there's a boat and that takes you to the end of the lake and the end of lake is surrounded by mountains.

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"waterton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Drivers to do silly things kyw sam clover is in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center to dish out the tough people actually turning a rallying on their warmly off the ramp don't do that the lanes are open up ahead of you don't be silly checked with sam first what are you doing every ten minutes on the twos on kyw newsradio right now thirty nine with areas of fog out there this morning heading up to fifty four today kyw news time five ten while the eagles had a chance to clinch the nfc east last night in seattle but they fell twenty four did tend to the seahawks fads or a little bombed but all hope is not lost years ky w's andrew kramer fans watching the game but the field how scoring center city near coming in so much so that jason waterton said this and head of take off your day win at seattle i'm definitely london halfnaked down grocery i'm just i'm just saying he didn't have to do that the eagles lost and he's okay with that because we need to know how it feels the bounce back his wife jennifer agrees into the playoffs look conner only healing we need to have a law and she won't let this setback impact which he says has been an incredible season is this the most excited as a fan yuban vibrant 04 super bowl like yeah definitely in center city andrew grimmer kyw newsradio kyw news time 511 traffic check next less the portland on me losses the sole but a theory ed they called me up ascend the both of us good you'll thus your let's say now i want today they seem glenn let us go away because having money heading bernama for they skate those meaty seething cmpany but at me everything is better in twos do puppies the tooth stabbed double dutch both eyebrows or even better two lines of unlimited.

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"waterton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"24 hour traffic center turn to trumark financial for all of your banking needs and if we're not saying what you're seeing the eighteen c phone force if they're at two one five seven 24 1060 next update in less than ten minutes ip an arado under a mostly clear sky we're heading down to thirty seven overnight i'm ian bush in local news the eagles were back in prime time with the game out west sunday night football had plenty of fans at home hitting the bars to watch it to wonder what might be left to come this season here's kyw andrew kramer fans watching the game at the fieldhouse bar in center city new coming in so much so that jason waterton said this ahead of kickoff if they win at seattle i'm definitely london halfnaked down grocery just i'm just saying he didn't have to do that the eagles lost and he's okay with that as we need to know how it feels the bounce back his wife jennifer agrees kenyan one into the playoffs looks conner only like we need to have a long and she won't let this setback the impact which he says has been an incredible season is this the most excited as a fan been sydrome 04 super bowl like yeah definitely did center city andrew primer kyw newsradio three young suspects are now being held in the deadly attack on a homeless man northeast philadelphia here's kyw david madden officials have been careful to note three juvenile's are in custody in the beating a fifty seven year old kevin cullen was savagely attacked on lowering street in what police say was a robbery attempt residents tried to help him a fact not lost on cullings niece caitlyn at a rally near the scene much more comforted now when ac all the people who knew him and helped him not to mention assisting police with early leads in the investigation colin died about 12 hours after the beating at a nearby hospital the dragnet was out for a group of teens in dark clothing one of the wearing a grey camouflage jacket police don't expect comment until a decision.

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"waterton" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"waterton" Discussed on KELO

"News center i'm karen johnson college can be expensive as it is and some say president trump's proposed budget cuts could hit those who depend on financial aid to go to school at the federal budget is approved as it sets nearly fourteen percent of the budget for the department of education could be slashed that's roughly one hundred forty billion dollars however there won't be an immediate impact for students going to school this coming ball and those cuts would be spread out over the next decade if the federal budget is approved as it is one hundred forty billion dollars could be slashed caroline hoggar send is st asse use financial aid and scholarship director she says it's going to be tough for the students that really need the help those high needs to lowincome students that we have in south dakota those are the students that could pursue a higher education without some kind of finding however there won't be an immediate impact for students go only two school this coming ball and those cuts would be spread out over the next decade a waterton optometrist has been sentenced for burglary of three homes melanie wise will serve one hundred eighty days in jail with credit for seventy days already served and pay over eleven hundred dollars in fines the state optometrist's board will decide if weiss has to forfeit her licence to practice for a fifth straight year august standing university has the right to call themselves the college sports champion of sioux falls the vikings won the first akoda national bank mayor's cup over crosstown rival us up twelve and a half to six and a half the latest drama over the dakota access pipeline has nothing to do with oil north dakota regulators will meet next month to determine if energy transfer partners violated any.

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