16 Burst results for "Webster Parish"
"webster parish" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson
"The. Hey let's take one last. I was just gonna read the definition of horticulture. Because i'm outta got that rohit says the art or practice of garden cultivation and management. Ooh we need to know. What's the steady of with that one. So those interesting too. So that if somebody out there in computer land. That's the that knows about trees. I wanna know about male trees. Wendy transplant them. If you can transplant like that what time of year. So i'm thinking bald in the fall comes they leave all aji. What is it. D- indrawati the study of trees trial in drowsy. Met a drought insert. The question. today is there. didn't jolla. Just listening to air in lightness on the mayo jolla. Just candy transplant them. Once they get to be ten foot. Eight foot tall. Can you dig them up with attack. Oh and put it in another whole on up the way a little ways. I wanna know that. So i was thinking about another concept. Jesus talked abandoned. John fifteen about fruit. And you mentioned it. The idea of a pruning working these things. 'cause you're you're obviously god may i'd like to know about it. Should they be pruned from san 'cause because he mentioned in john fifteen that god prunes us in the ideas so we can grow more food for thought about you even on our property. Sometimes you'll thin out certain areas so that the other trees that are there can be off alert. You can plan stuff underneath them now because they get sunlight. I mean there's the dear father dear most of our property over there we fix it so there's at least always a steady supply of browse over dear. Our browsers go around. They eat leaves off a little bushes and stuff. Well if you just have big trucks trees dense forest you say it's not very conducive to wildlife because there's no browse there. Yeah so with the deer herd you have to have a lot of brow. They need to be able to walk along. And eat off this bush and that bush in this book eating the leaves off a little shrubberies and louis short trees. You know what. I'm saying exactly what we would call a thicket. Well that's what they're thrive on so you can't have just open timber. It looks great. When the pioneers i got off the boat and started heading west. They went through blocks of timber. You could rat a galloping horse down through the woods and never even the land but never touchy. It will just huge chunks so much so the canopy just made it dark underneath it. But there's not a big food supply for for for while with that. But they cleaned out the deer herd the turkeys. And everything has pioneers. When i started krause with. I mean they were hunting seasons. I always thought you had storms. And all because i hadn't had that than the trees wouldn't fall that's right and then you wouldn't have the little listening veg. Come down from time and knock them down. He would just create a planet where that happened the up in the lightning strikes. They once in a while sits in on fire. Why do this well. The people that want excreted. All up they were living in. Everything was perfectly fine. I sit until the blida ration- inc took off the continent went to mowing down plowing up. I mean a lot of stuff. Now they replacing a lot fellas like us. We place a lot we we looking after eared ducks grow. We wanted to provide the habitat. So everyone's happy out there all the animals so y'all end of this saying like pretty deep. Well we're into real date. Since we're we're partitioning. The audience. I was going through. I thought i was in south louisiana. But i ran up on a it was like a cheese danish but it had it was qods in it and it was called. Hall pecan tarts. Yeah but i you know. I can't remember exactly where i was. My life has blur so it was. It was like a little path. The head may hall and pecan filling of some sort. But it's one of the greatest things i've ever eaten was audience. This has never been opened. This was made in two thousand and twenty. I got twenty on their two thousand twenty and twenty one and one is at twenty weeks just last year. Jelly jays the reason. I label them. I put on here. Twenty eight mehar twenty but if our audience i would say ninety. Eight to ninety nine percent have never wrapped their lips around. May how jelly. If all of them together we had enough to feed them. All if i sat down in front of me how about get a teaspoon and and they buy ball jelly all the time but if they took a spoon in down in that and tasted that they would say oh mind mark i think may hall the may you could plant may hall trees and california instead of whatever they plan and you could make a man just by putting these out to harvest produce them so much. That was a guy. I believe in webster parish who. He ate some jelly and got so excited. He planned tree while. Now there's a thousand. It turned into a thousand tree orchard and the commercialization of my neighbors to franklin's George franklin he said if you ever get in trouble finding house he just looked me up. And i said you got somebody all trees over in your parish franklin parish probably pretty well the whole pay knowing the name of the payers. Is your name you a little bit. Anyway i've got forty acres over there if you you're free to come get them anytime forty acres. He planted forty acres a mayall trees and straight line so new listeners. In louisiana we don't we call our counties parishes the only state in the union the only state and you say why do we do that and will.
"webster parish" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The with the cobra nineteen public health emergency speaking of a merger CC actually we did issue an emergency declaration regarding that tornado damage across five parishes in north Louisiana and nope nope Paris was damage more than washed off parish it looks like they were to torment tornadoes with approximately two miles strong track so as we stand here right now washed all pairs has three active emergencies going on the hot water emergency that's been in place I think since January the covert nineteen emergency and the tornado emergency search and rescue operations just work completed and those for the secondary search and rescues primary search and rescues happened earlier on and I will tell you when you see how significant the damage was how how widespread it was the fact that they're reporting here washed up there's three minor injuries and no fatalities and no serious injuries is a miracle and we should all be very thankful of the fact that more people were were injured or killed one of the vice president asked me on this morning to relate everyone that he and the president were certainly leaning forward to do whatever needed to be done here that they could help with and and keeping the people are in their prayers well one of the things that that has to emergencies plan off one another's we know that the black body pump station in west Monroe took a direct hit from the tornado's been without power and I know that the switch is there were were destroyed so we don't know yet whether the pumps themselves were damaged but we do know that they were an operable it will be for some period of time and and of course that's a problem because we have on how water emergency and it wouldn't take much rain in the near future calls some flooding problems and those three sixty inch pumps are the most important and all of west Monroe when it comes to making sure that we can control floods so we we work in with the folks here in Washington parish in west Monroe to ascertain the damage we're going to try to be next make sure that we can do something about finding some other parts of the come up in supplement the company that would take place in west Monroe if there's if there's gonna be some rainfall are we have about eight thousand structures in washed off parish without power right now that's a significant number and I know that some of the damage that took place because of the tornado damage serious electrical infrastructure to the point where it's going to be a couple of days I think before before most of that power will be restored need everybody to be patient and treat every downed wires if it's alive it many times it's not the storm directly that injures or kills people with people who go out and work at the countries and and and they've not mindful of of the power lines and so forth so everybody please be patient treat every line is if it's charged in addition to what happened here again washed all pairs we had two confirmed tornadoes in desoto parish and the sample damage assessments are currently on the way over there is well and and there were a number of individuals who lost their homes in desoto parish we're also assessing damage and possible tornadoes in being bill Boettcher Red River and Webster parishes I do want to thank all the local and state first responders and emergency officials who are helping with the recovery mission yesterday the Louisiana National Guard delivered a thousand twenty six parks in ten pallets of water at about twenty two thousand bottles for the way to the city of Monroe the governor's office of homeland security emergency preparedness prepared and I signed a letter I'm.
"webster parish" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Impeachment writing if they vote yes it will be much easier for Republicans to win in twenty twenty an outbreak of twisters yesterday in the Deep South leaving at least four dead National Weather Service confirmed that an EF one tornado touched down in Webster parish yesterday with the estimated peak winds of about a hundred and ten miles an hour Louisiana governor John bel Edwards one person was killed in Kentucky over night by rising floodwater America is listening fox news your shot at one million dollars now text the nationwide keyword coal two hundred two hundred that cold two hundred two hundred and you'll get a confirmation text in in standard data and messaging rates apply in this nation wide contest that cold two two hundred two hundred Jim Gately RT news radio a ten and one oh three one W. G. wine victim of a fatal accident route forty in Washington counties been identified as being the town of Argyll highway superintendent sixty seven year old Robert Holliston was a driver of a truck which report was hit by a vehicle driven by nineteen year old Samantha Hermiston investigators believe how most and had lost control of her vehicle just before nine AM this morning possibly as a result of the snow in the storm and falls post star says that despite both drivers having the same last name police don't believe they're directly related several others were injured their names have not been released call the police saying they now have a new tool to communicate.
"webster parish" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Impeachment writing if they vote yes it will be much easier for Republicans to win in twenty twenty an outbreak of twisters yesterday in the Deep South leaving at least four dead National Weather Service confirmed that an EF one tornado touched down in Webster parish yesterday with the estimated peak winds of about a hundred and ten miles an hour Louisiana governor John bel Edwards one person was killed in Kentucky overnight by rising floodwater America is listening fox news your shot one million dollars now text the nationwide hold the fifty two hundred two hundred that's cold two two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text in info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nation wide contest that's cold two two hundred two hundred here's the Bryant heating and cooling forecast from the fox six weather experts a few light snow showers possible this evening otherwise getting colder will drop to eleven by morning with the wind chill of minus five two minus ten mostly sunny on Wednesday with a high of nineteen up to thirty five on Thursday I'm fox six meteorologist Tom walks this report is sponsored by press down any freeze with colder temperatures all the way keep your car running with press down any free only press their own superior formula works immediately protecting your engine from the elements to keep your engine running better so take on the winter with Crestone today Kessler's has a gift for you how wonderful gift purchase any pair of diamond stud earrings or treating your smaller cancer earrings for a larger size and you'll receive a delightful pair.
"webster parish" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Favorite tools the way back machine. Oh man. I love that thing one article that did survive is pretty fascinating if not. Well, let's present it I for everyone's consideration without commentary. And then maybe we can go back in and pick it apart, a little this comes to us from Joe Quinn, who has writing at op Ed news dot com. So in op Ed news dot com. Joe Quinn reports that folks across Texas, Louisiana Mississippi, saw bright fly. Ashes in the sky. And he described them having seen fireball trails as well. And then in Shreveport, and Shreveport area of northwest Louisiana. A lot of folks heard earthshaking booms that caused houses to rattle in their foundations and windows were broken all throughout Mendon. And so here's a quote from Amy mealy, who was one of the residents who live just a couple of miles from camp Mendon. She genuinely thought that she was being bombed this. That's what she said, I honestly thought we were being bombed and she said it was one of the scariest things that she's ever been through. And, you know, she was like she describes, how she's checking some emails, right? She's about to go to bed. You look your phone or whatever you can do your check your Email make sure. Everything's okay. And she said she had an odd feeling in the pit of her stomach. She said it was quote, like a rolling thunder in the distance and then she said it was getting closer and closer and she said, she felt everything moving with me. I could literally feel it moving toward me. That's a, that's a pretty crazy. Right. And, and that's right before the actual explosion hit, see the chronology becomes interesting here, yet, because dozens of people still from op-ed news. Dozens of people when rights called the Webster parish sheriff's office, as well as the local news station, KSL, a news, twelve and they reported seeing flashes of light in the sky and hearing multiple loud booms that shook houses, the sheriff's office initially stated that there was a quote possibility that a mediator hit the. The ground in the area, the following morning, however they recanted and the parish sheriff at the time, Gary Sexton said that has meant experts told him what people had seen in heard was an underground bunker containing explosives that blew up that late night on October fifteenth, not only was there nothing to see here, but the explosion foot worked exactly as it was designed to do and the use of the phrase designed was somewhat unfortunate for the sheriff's department, at the time, because it left the door open for conjecture Quinn and other people who doubt the official narrative still have questions Quinn puts it this way beautifully. He says, what are the odds that at around the same time as people across three states Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana and hundreds of miles apart? We're seeing what was clearly a meteorite comet fragment burning up the lower earth's atmosphere. A munitions dump would explode at the same time mo- more to the point if a munitions dump did explode, what are the odds that a meteorite or comet fragment that many, I witnesses believe hit the ground in the area would be in no way connected to the explosion? So. Enticing. Tantalizing. Tempting. Right. But we also have to we also have to think about how close the time line can become here. It could seem like a meteor rate depends, some where someone standing and what they're seeing at the time, we talked about this before, with move on and different UFO observations. Right light. Yeah. Light in the atmosphere could be tricky. Yeah. The whole thing is one big Shamlan. And the, the problem is that someone could be far enough away that they see a light but they don't hear a sound or necessarily feel a tremor. Right. Yes. So they could see debris from an explosion launched so high that they feel they're watching a meteor crash, so we could just be the explosion, but. But that hasn't prevented people from say, no, there is a cover up a meteor hit, and then they. That's the thing for me. They blew up a military base. The media did of. I know what you're saying. It's kind of like the Titanic conspiracy when they're the best way to kill the people who don't like the Federal Reserve is to get them on this massive boat under false pretenses. Exactly. Yeah..
"webster parish" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"An event in your life that you would like to, to tell us in your fellow listeners about feel free, you don't have to wait till the episode is over. You can just pause it and give us a call now. We are one eight three three s t d w g k and today we are off to camp. No, not a summer camp. Not a religious camp. None of those sorts of cancer, we're going to a camp that is much more dangerous. We're exploring a genuine literally explosive conspiracy as well as a conspiracy theory. How can both of those exists concurrently? Well, we will tell you inter- camp Mendon. Here are the facts. So there's a place called Webster parish, and solve of US highway eighty near Doyle line, Louisiana between Mendon Louisiana and Bossier or Boissier city, probably Bossier city, Louisiana this thing camp. Mendon is part of a larger compound called the Louisiana army ammunition plant or lap. LA AP. Yeah. In the history of this place goes all the way back the beginning of nineteen thirty nine and the government that is when the government used eminent domain, which you're mentioning off air band. We have yet to do an episode on. I think we might need to correct that they use this concept of eminent domain. To acquire the land before the United States entered World War to get this, this compound is just under fifteen thousand acres originally. It had a couple of different names. It was the Louisiana ordinance plant, or it was called the shell plant alluding to of course, artillery shells. And for the entirety of its time since since it was fully acquired beginning thirty nine going to forty one it has been owned by Sam. But there's an important distinction. It has been operated by private contractors. So back to back to this, this history, right? L A, AP was completed in just eleven months under the direction of a contractor Silas Mason at the time. This was middle of nowhere country. It was. Well, we're family show. It was just east of bumble f-, if you know what I mean. I end there were very few people here. So from a congressional or state pork budget kind of perspective. It makes sense to have this kind of operation there, especially if you're dealing with ordinance or something that might be dangerous. You don't want that in downtown New Orleans, right? Yeah. And it also makes sense of the time that they're that they needed a lot of amunition was right around world. War two. Right. So in may nineteen forty two there were a total of eight production lines that were opened. And then by December nineteen forty four the number of employee's hit its peak at just under eleven thousand ten thousand seven hundred and fifty four. And that was in the month of the battle of the bulge, and is a major operation. Yeah. Well, I mean, think about all the munition that was deployed during that conflict during World War Two we needed a lot of this. They were not. They were certainly not creating all of them emission shy. A good portion of it. And then the plant was deactivated after after the summer of nineteen forty five right with VJ day. But here's a spooky fact this is one of my favorite things from the research this place camp. Mendon in L, A P are used interchangeably. Let's just call it camp. Mend camp. Mendon is built on not one, but nine cemeteries are any of those native American burial grounds? No, no. There may be some people from native American populations buried there. But they were they were rural cemeteries that date through different time periods. And they are now you know, the they got a little bit better treatment than the, the stories. We hear about and things like poltergeist, right? They weren't they weren't just paved over. They are under the care of the US government, so you can see. The existing grave markers. They took out there were these wooden grave markers, right? Which you're not going to hold up very well. And the humid environment of Louisiana. And they were replaced with small concrete slabs. But the thing is the slabs don't have the names of the deceased listed on the markers. They're just slaps. Oh. Which is pretty sad. Right. The cemeteries are Allentown crew. Jim Davis, king Nottingham rain Richardson,.
"webster parish" Discussed on Nickel Package
"All right. The lions. Where would you go? I got a lot of need because the line. But I'm gonna go into white the linebacker out a few who we last crying at the NFL comeback because he ran a four four two of. He's amazing. He's a great athlete. I saw him play a lot this year. He's got a lot of poppies really violent. And the thing about him that Matt Patricia probably would like, then he's still learning the position he was running back coming out of high school shut up to north Webster parish in northern Louisiana. He was running back of high school. So you only played linebacker for few years. You've got a lot more going game. But you've got this physical specimen who as violent has fairly decent instincts. He still me. But those are the sort of thing you gotta learn with reps. Right. And something like that. He's a pretty good. If phone that's her in Detroit plan for that coach. This seems like a good fit for Detroit right now. So the Devon's Deadlight and Devin Bush. Yeah, I've been hearing all it's been all across the board as to who will go. I I to have. Slight preference for Deb and white. It might just be the horse thing. But I I love the way. He I think they're both really good. And also really modern, you know, like, it's sort of like the roquan Smith pick last year, Chicago like to have a linebacker who can keep up with running backs who can drop into coverage you can fly across the field who can sniff out play action is so valuable in today's NFL and white to me the dynasty fences a ways to go. And he's the guy you you build around. I do love that pick. Okay. So Buffalo's next and this an interesting one because there's a I praised their free agency. Earlier liked what they did. I was thinking about taking an offense of linemen here, which was a huge issue last year. But they did add on the offensive line. We talked about that during free agency. They added John Brown, called Beasley some pass catchers for Josh. And I still think they need to both to that area. But I am going to go edge rusher, I'm gonna go, and this might be a little rich for some people's blood. I'm gonna go Brian burns here. Oh, I'm sure he's a fine young man, but two hundred and thirty five pounds, man. But You you know, know hey. seen? He's little so don't. Who's who's the last guy? That's been successful restaurant pass it. That's how is he bigger than Leonard Floyd or smaller than later Floyd. Not that letter for business. Great success. But. So Brian burns. Yeah. He's very small and that's going to be the the rap on him. He's a pass rusher out of FSU. And he was he put up excellent numbers at the combine. But he didn't play like his size to me. If that makes sense, I realize his frame is he's got a bulk up, but he wins in all positions. He went inside outside. He plays with so much explosion and power. He's not just he's going to be labeled as just a speed guy. And I really don't think he's just speak guy and a really think. He could still had some moves to his repertoire, but I really think he has a much higher ceiling than any of the other addresses left Arkansas either they've got a guy who's sort of not quite model because Jerry was built differently. But like, he's not, you know, the typical, you know, six foot five two hundred sixty five pound defensive end that you'd want position and they meant hassle success with them. So I can see the looking at Brian bars and be like, oh, we can make this work and he's any fast. He's got he's got production. We can make this work. All right. Who's Denver taking? So I'm John Elway here. I with mother take a quarterback having. That's that's you know, that's what I just like to compile evac, but men out got Joe flacco. Now, we're set, you know with. I mean, he's best football is a head of accounting. So I gotta give somebody throats to and I'm gonna probably take TJ Hopkinson. Well, not probably I'm going to TV Hopkinson..
"webster parish" Discussed on KOMO
"South coast tax for some folks maybe you maybe not mother nature is going to put the brakes on spring and slam it into reverse says abc news weather experts sam champion thing we opened up the gates the cold air that's tonight into tomorrow morning so wind chills and kansas city and saint louis in the twenty s this continues to push east and that's the setup to get the cold air in place for the moisture to move across the country now here's our storm tomorrow morning leaves the rockies it's moving at about fifty miles an hour so it's a fast mover and every place that goes you have four hours out of this storm to get your snow these tensions and a weekend of passover and easter from abc's james longman in london unrest is mounting in the gaza strip where palestinians say sixteen were killed by israel's soldiers on friday alone making it the single deadliest day in the conflict since two thousand fourteen the latest violence comes as palestinians stage a march on the border demanding a right to return to their homes in what is now israel a group of teenagers are on the move today beginning a fifty mile walk from northern mississippi to memphis tennessee attributed martin luther king on the fiftieth anniversary of assassination escorted by police cars support bands and a portable restroom or six middle school high school and college students along with two adult mentors louisiana state police say an eleven year old is dead after the speeding pickup truck he was driving hit a tree overnight in webster parish no word why he was driving alone at night or why he was driving period this is abc news or you more than ten thousand dollars traffic komo aaa traffic every ten minutes.
"webster parish" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"You know they've added song that way for over a century nobody is dying because of sexism over the still played national anthem this is why we didn't have a national anthem until fdr canadian feminist author margaret atwood was one of the people behind this effort now she wrote the novel the handmaid's tale you know you can you can look that went up or insight into her feelings on tradition in faith in you know conservatives she's very very subtle but i will tell you i've defended her recently because she said enough of the mi2 movement this is getting dangerous even she has some common sense she's the one that got them to remove this offensive line this is the dark side of progressivism everywhere it presumes to know what is best for you but it's always the agenda of a very few forced on the majority sometimes the agenda or feelings of just one individual that's what it becomes a dictatorship but that's where everybody is headed damning the world over progressivism claims to say word wound what were more free are we were more free now because you are forcing us to live a life that you agree with your forcing me to say the things that i may not agree with that's more free yes are more free and more healthy that's what brings michelle obama dictating what your local school what you're cafeteria has to serve or a mother in webster parish louisiana who got a who got studentled prayer banned from her daughters high school when the problem with anybody was promo her well now you can't do it respect for tradition as a stabilising enriching agent in society is one of the key diverging points of the left and the right in the us and decades of progressivism chipping away at the things like religion the flag the constitution patriotism in to general hip and all so much.
"webster parish" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"They basically said you know what it's okay if he give the players and option during do it after the game or before the game in a different area stuff like that so i i'm just surprised it's still going on but who knows maybe the supreme court because there is a bit of a different makeup with it right now what we'll see if it makes it that far and what will happen with it so what does he feel at the okay except richards that rick ruger separation of church and state is a written law of the land correct yes it is okay yeah because it wasn't part of our constitutional wasn't part of our of the bill of rights it wasn't part of the declaration of independence it was basically an opinion letter written by ben franklin said i think we should separate the two um that's me the i am surprised that hasn't gone to the supreme court if somebody widen somebody to say that atheism is a religion because you can't prove that god doesn't exist so that's a religion so taking got out of it is a religion so their religious being force on me i want to put my big jesus on the cross over here well there's been a lot of cases and i like i said i thought that this was pretty much resolve the public schools pre knows what they are handy can't do it seemed like the rules have been pretty clear but a webster parish louisiana they're basically holding up their middle finger to caselaw out there and doing what they want to do but if seventeen year old kaely kohl has any say in this it's going to stop now let's get to your favorite person micro who's your favorite favorite lawyer read the bright of satan though we gloria allred well gloria allred she is that the attorney that you see a lot that represents people that have discrimination claims sexists claims represents a lot of women when it comes to filing lawsuits against men and company these if there's the name in it in some whites and cameras that can be involved right of say well you know rents on with that right i mean everybody's gotta have their day well apparently gloria allred has a new caused and she is representing a group of african american women who are upset because walmart is segregated k and what i.
"webster parish" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The webster perish school district she cited thirty incidents alleging the unconstitutional use of religion in the classroom miss kohl says one science teacher called evolution a fairytale and another was seen holding a bible oh my she also alleges christian prayers were delivered at sporting events and pepper rallies in graduation ceremonies the school district has not commented on the lawsuit it should be noted the american civil liberties union has joined the case they accused the school district of heavyhanded rojas indoctrination although with in fact a teacher did tell students in evolution as a fairytale while it may be that webster parish has employed some of the best schoolteachers in america i'd todd's times we jersey coastguards eight did you guys know that kids who play sports earned more money when they grow up of course i i knew that hey did you guys know that kids you read books have a bigger vocabulary oh yeah absolutely wow jinx did you guys know that friendly children have more friends you know yeah that's true i knew that did you guys know that winter babies are better at music everyone knows that area pretty obvious yossi obvious oh hey guys did you know that most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not uh i didn't know that i'm pretty sure knew that i'm pretty sure you didn't from parents who really know it all know for sure that their child is in.
"webster parish" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Local tv stations after your local news channels out there even if it enough it says abc cbs nbc the way that worse there's broadcasting networks and agreements there they have done bonuses for this year i'm sure they're companies i'm leaving out right now then if there are or wells fargo as well will if there's anybody else so they're coming in pretty rapidly and i think we're going to even hear more about that over the next few days these these are the major corporations in america that king kind of get this information on quickly make a decision and they haven't even got the tax cut yet but just preparing for the tax cut they know they've got these resources where they're able to give out these increase bonuses to their team but i do want to get to the phone calls we have calls about the prayer issue about the christmas issue as well let's go to ralph calling in from louisiana online to ralph welcome to jay sekulow live you're on the air yeah or what i just want to ah stay that our schools and webster parish are under attack by one person thirteen thousand people to live inside of lyndon alone ram one person is able to combinator filed a lawsuit against the a get the aclu involved in there and combat shut out of our schools not much how the only in the third grade this school this is a high school but eventually she'll go there and if printers will allowed to be taken out of the school now of the time my child gets there in six years it's kind of be awful math y your time out to uh a rouse the moment of silence which has been okay by the us supreme court where students have that time if they like to pray to them set to themselves when you get into the higher ages as you were talked about the way ralph if you're a anybody who's listening right now to handle these kind of situations you contact us the acl j it's all it's at our website we've got on acl j dot org there's the away to email us contact us i think there is there is their phone number as well yeah right at the top of acl j dot org you will see get legal help so ralph what i encourage you to do as if it's not your student ghettos in.
"webster parish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the city good afternoon i'm jeff brown thank you for driving home with us today our top stories in the wbz newsroom there are some problem sonn capitol hill with the house passed tax reform bill meeting there will be a revote in the house tomorrow three precisions provisions that is violate senate rules they will likely be removed dead senate passage is still expected later tonight which will send that measure back to the white back to the house rather federal investigators are looking into whether the engineer was distracted before it amtrak train derailed in washington state at eleven stir woman is being held pending a dangerousness hearing on friday accused of setting fire to her neighbors house royal caribbean cruises says passengers from two of its ships have been involved in a deadly bus crash while on an excursion in mexico more details from correspondent jan johnson a miamibased cruise ship line says passengers from the celebrity equinoxes and serenade of the seas were on the bus when it flipped over on a twolane highway mexican authorities say twelve people were killed although it's not clear if all the casualties involved cruise passengers seven americans are counted among the injure video shows the boss on its side off the highway some of the victims lying on the pavement others walking around a man convicted in the deadly shooting of a new york city police officer in two thousand fifteen has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole all dimitrius blackwell convicted last month of first degree murder and other charges in the death of detective brian moore the officer and his partner were in street clothes in an unmarked car when they tried to stop blackwell who was suspected of carrying a gun the queen's resident opened fire striking more in the head moore died two days later apparent is suing the louisiana school system over religious activities at school events this lawsuit says the promotion of religion is ingrained in the webster parish school district a woman claims the christian prayers at events and broadcast daily prayers played over the school loudspeakers are both unconstitutional the school has yet to comment wbz news time five twenty one new therapy can help improve eyesight for a certain kind of blindness in drug ministration has approved a new drug called luxy turn up which health experts say can improve the eyesight in.
"webster parish" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"Sides of this obviously yukon after fire her after this incident like you really don't have a choice but on the other hand like this so we woman was like trying to keep thing sexy for her husband was the feel gift for we have to her i mean they're just like you've got when it's like any like government agency and they're like children could be watching this instagram account because it's like a city instagram accounts sounds like you kinda like it's like economy after a lake you've got you've got to save face as the tourism director of whatever webster parish louisiana do you disagree gnawed heartbroken by the story so said i hope so sweet lin has linda other feats or on her back whichever she per oh oh i don't it's just such a silly thing i mean i think everybody everybody who's having an act of sex lifer enjoys taping themselves cool that's awesome i know why do we have to shooter down but no i don't shoot down for that known i mean i anderson like she kind of had to be fired in this situation her her compare their job sorta but it sucks because she sixty wine like she was probably going to retire within ten years and like unlike and now it's hard for it there's a lotta ageism out there when you're looking for a job i really hope that she finds another job that appreciates that this woman is like an open minded sexual creature who didn't mean to do this we should rejoice the lunar will deliver on the moon on the braga rape police put this behind me wanna come on our a it is time for us to jump into the mailbox but first let's take a quick moment to thank our sponsors we would like to thank lola lola is a female found a company offering a line of organic cotton tampons pads and liners and if any of you people know anything about me it's that i care about what goes in my body on my body step i eat.
"webster parish" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"One of seven one lin dorsey was it was only was the tourism director in webster parish louisiana wow webster parish louisiana needed a tourism directly apparently and her husband was on a business trip she thought i might do something a little special for him what's this live instagram feature oh i would like to use that to perform a strip tease sure the future is now doing erratically so she f perform district tees she was using her companies i phone seven at the time unfortunately and as a result of that her thirty minute broadcast was posted on the webster perish public account so embarrassed right now right and so embarrassed right now for all the sultry okay so she said that she she said i'm nude instagram and unfortunately i pressed the wrong button and all of the people of webster parish were able to avail themselves of her strip tease that was meant specifically for her husband billy as they were separated they were not together she wanted to give him a little spice and you know who among us can't relate to being somewhere far away from the one you love and may be doing something you don't normally do right setting it up you don't have the advantage of physical gags enters so maybe of it ever follow hole a little something over here a little you know but poor the poor thing i feel so bad for her she was that place on leave and she has been my go from her position on the tourism directors was appears she shouldn't have been using the company phone that's laws in place where she went wrong and i'm telling you when you see a picture of lovely lynn dorsey she just looks like your mom she is she's she servant you lemonade she's wearing a sassy hawaii insured inch and she's stripping for you on instagram and there's new all he does want her job back she does feel terrible but she was fired in february from her job and she is now suing her job is suing to give her job back and she's seeking pay damages and civil pendant penalties and attorneys these now we're good luck for lynn for land but you know i just my heart went out to portland because you know again maybe not so good with the technology and whoops doodles yes six five one.
"webster parish" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"That called visit webster parish right hoops and finally you can now higher is sex coach to give you tips while you're getting it on like real time yeah me too kenneth play who charges eight hundred and seventy dollars come to your home watch you have sex and instruct you on how to improve your technique with your a partner i guess hanif as good we sit there bad i'd play by play getting paid to watch poor air but he's going to be engaging in as going to tell them how to do what i offer is not much different from watching martha stewart how to cook watching martha stewart how to cook what i dunno i have called haddock again i f it's capitalize on on a tie start out with a demonstration in the process was all about consent yeah it starts out with this informal chatty finds out about the couple's sex life would areas they wished experiment and develop i guess and he how you're going to them as like a skype conway right here for you do that a highly on the guy just i don't want via telling me where the down with the do now are even want on skype and i don't want to write the check for eight hind our the sixty one year old brawd strip visas rural billy was happy hotel wrong button but e e this was unhappy with everybody else soon is plenty more news for guys dot com and of course you can find her podcast gary indeedcom from the new normal studios in burbank we're back to the tom like a show right after this listen up this is important.