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What to do in New Hampshire
"What kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for someone who is coming to new hampshire. Let's say for the first time. So i have a couple actually. Why have one more for the nature lovers and people who like hayek hike or at least see mountains and that brings you all the way up to the top of new hampshire which borders canada. And ideally you see some moose on that type a trip and i can go over that and then there are some other smaller trips that either. Bring you out to portsmouth and the sea. Coast the ride along. The coast is really nice. Brings into main rail fast. But that's still good and there's a few different towns in between that kind of those must sees. Okay we'll shall we start with the first one then with the outside outdoors absolutely. So if you start in southern new hampshire or anywhere else in new hampshire in you head north you can visit flim gorge. It's new hampshire state park. They have tours. they have walking trails. It's much more walking. Friendly than some of the other trails that have boulders boardwalks and railings and all that fun stuff you can either go and visit a small bit of it for free or you can actually go in and get admission and visit more of it now where you say when we start there. We're probably starting somewhere further south. You've already taken us. Almost two thirds of the way up to state to flynn gorge just people on the map to me. That's where all the beauty starts is once you get up in the white mountains in southern new hampshire. It ain't no slacker either. Yeah we'll get into some of the nice stuff in southern new hampshire by having lived around. This area ended massachusetts. I definitely prefer the air up. North is just fresher clean. And you have all these beautiful lakes to kayak and you have mountain views
"white mountains" Discussed on Citations Needed
"The best city on the list was nashua new hampshire primarily because of the area's strong economy. I read schools and proximity to both boston. And the bountiful. Recreation spots in new hampshire's white mountains and quote now of course the white mountains are not the only white thing in new hampshire nineteen ninety for instance the census here close to the publication of this money magazine list. Nashua new hampshire was noted as ninety five point two percent white. The article like kind of couldn't be more obvious in the way that it presents this This is from the initial article again from nineteen eighty-seven and says this quote. National is the twentieth safest metropolitan area in the country. According to the us justice department residents cheer the lack of crime. Nancy daily says. I'll leave my pocketbook overnight. My unlocked car in the.
Searchers Rescued After Helicopter Crash; Hiker Also Found
"Search team crashes looking for a missing hiker in the mountains east of Yosemite National Park but there's a happy ending to the story it starts out with an Oklahoma university professor reported missing last week undertrial to boundary peak near the California Nevada line the crew of a navy MH sixty night hawk was part of the search in the White Mountains when that chopper crashed near the tallest peak the four member crew not only survived they escaped serious injury but they have to spend part of the weekend in the rugged wilderness waiting for rescue it took two tries to get them out meanwhile other hikers found the missing professor he's in good condition other than a little dehydrated I'm Jackie Quinn
"white mountains" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Just south of the White Mountains. And we talked while her new well was being drilled. And she told me she was without water for weeks before she could get help from the state. Basically can't do anything without water. I mean, I couldn't drink Couldn't take a shower just started a new job. It's always racing around everywhere. Trying to get junks from everybody and water. My whole house was filled. The bathroom was filled with drugs. Did you have to flush the toilet? Then you're cooking after it was worse than camping. So Terry does now have a new deeper well, but the state is worried. We might see another drought this year so it might expand that aid program. It's also starting to have focused on finding more reliable water connections for towns. If this pattern continues, and we're hearing a lot more messaging about water conservation, and what about wildfires? It's not something you really associate with New England. But do these flash droughts make them more likely? This is something that Nate and I and another reporter, actually looking at the summer with our larger environment report and collaborative, the history and risk of major wildfires outside of the Western U. S. You know pretty much anywhere. You look in the country. There is a history of wildfire and there are forests that are prone to fire. We've just forgotten about that in a lot of places, including here in the Northeast. These are dry conditions that Make fires more likely to spread out of control or to threaten life and property. When they do start. I've been talking to a forest ranger in the Eastern White Mountains named Jim Innis, and he's planning what he has described as sort of an unusually proactive prescribed fire in a neighborhood on the very edge of the national forest, where he also happens to live himself, he says. All these dry spells and watching those big fires out West is all making him nervous. You know, every time come out here and it's a dry hot, windy day. I'm like, Oh, gosh, please, not today. It's just All it would really take back there honestly, is someone to throw a cigarette down when it's really dry, and you know how pine needles are. They just take power and this actually let our state government to take first time step last fall of banning smoking and campfires near public woodlands For several weeks during a drought here in Colorado, the federal government went even further than just fire restrictions Last year. Last fall, the U. S Forest Service temporarily closed more than a million acres of public land northwest of However, as a preemptive measure to keep people from setting off new fires. So this isn't just a really bad year or two years. I mean, this sounds long term, What are the long term impacts we might see as climate change makes droughts longer. And more frequent well one in the Colorado River basin That's getting more attention lately as hydropower. Those dams that hold back the rivers huge reservoirs churn out electricity for rural power providers and tribal communities in the southwest and low water makes it harder to do that. Here's Len Schilling with the Bureau of Reclamation. That's the federal agency that manages dams in the West. He oversees Hoover Dam outside Las Vegas. As the lake levels go down. We have less pressure pushing on those turbines. And that's really what impacts how much power we can deliver. So as as the late diminishes, we just can't produce as much power one federal agency, the Western Area Power Administration has already started discussing a possible rate increase because of the lower levels and in kind of a nightmare scenario. Both Lake Powell and meet have levels where no power can be produced, which if they were to drop That low It would have this cascade of effects throughout the region. Something else folks might not think about is water contamination during droughts. There was a big federal study recently that found Wells can have higher levels of chemicals like arsenic during droughts. You know, there's less water, things get more concentrated. We have a lot of naturally occurring arsenic in northern New England, and it's in the bedrock, which is where Wells are drilled. So this is another public health issue with droughts. And officials in New Hampshire are having to push for more well testing. Yeah. And Leila. I mean, I think the bigger takeaway from all of this is that we're kind of already living in a changed world, and that's going to force some tough decisions. You know, here in California, you know where homes were still being built in forested areas. Some people aren't able to get fire insurance and this is something the state's insurance commissioner, Ricardo Lara, has been talking about a lot. Some of them are paying more for insurance and for their actual mortgage. And if what happens if you can't find insurance for your home, you can't felt at home that home then drops in property value, which hurts tax bases for communities that are already strapped trying to make ends meet. This is not just happening in California but in built environments all over the world, and it's only getting worse. So while you know we hear about all of the acute effects of climate change over the next few months, fires droughts, I think it's really important to remember these long term challenges ahead. That's NPR's Nate brought in Southern California along with Annie Ropeik in New Hampshire. And Luke Runyon in Colorado. Thank you all for your reporting. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. This is NPR news. 19 minutes after five o'clock. Good morning. I'm Sandy Althouse, John McConnell. He's already here, and he's got some traffic for us where we have to Joan, by the way. Good morning. Good morning. It is a good morning for the most part, happy Friday, but a little couple little slowdowns. Road work related while they pick up cones overnight work that's wrapping up north beyond oil drive approaching the Golden Gate Bridge right before the toll closet Slow and South 11 in South San Francisco between oyster Point in Grand. It's a little slow, but both of those should be dissipating soon. 80 westbound er Central Avenue them. Yep. You stall in the right land other We're not seeing much of a slowdown there add a little pocket of heavy traffic in.
Powerful winter storm brings snow to Arizona's higher elevations
"Our news and the latest winter storm dropping immeasurable amount of snow over the last couple of days, and Arizona's high country David buyers sees a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Flagstaff, says it snowed hard Friday night and right on into Saturday in some areas. Your higher elevations around Flagstaff and along the Mogi on rim, and he says the storm is moving east will have some snow in the White Mountains this afternoon. Ooh, Storm on the way up to four inches. Could fall by midweek in
"white mountains" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"The fourth of the beautiful White mountains. Of New Hampshire at Roger's Campground. Be specific. You don't want to miss it. If you wanna. It's no one's in charge. You could just pretty much do whatever you want, as long as you follow the very lax rules of the camp ground. There's nowhere else I'd rather be during the summer than Fort Fest, and it may be. The only event happening this year in fork fast is going to happen whether there's people vaccinated, whether people are still masking up whether they're still shut downs because it happened last year. In the midst of all that this year in the 28th through July, the fourth Fork fast up party is the unofficial website. You could find links to the unofficial telegram and the unofficial for him there. Did you hear? There's a new unofficial website. I did not fork fest calm. Really? That's right. Okay. Derek J called to announce it this week. And you're gonna be really excited about this. As the person who sponsored last year's What I would say was relatively successful app. It was, but the people behind it are have been so unresponsive that I'm I'm not interested in giving coming again. Good news. You don't have to give them a dime. Because fork fest dot com Now has an actual map. Where you can add to your business or whatever it is you're doing on your camp. You want people to know you can do it directly. Yeah, you could just type it in. There's a form you added in there and then you show up on the map. Okay, That is awesome. Fork fast Stop party. So calm. That's what I mean. Yeah, foreclosed on party is where you go to learn about the event, and when you know you're going or you want to find out what's happening. You got a fortress calm and you should be there because it is going to be awesome. It all it always is. There's a fireworks display. Probably going to be taking place on the third. I think, June the 28th through July the fourth, check it out for fest out party and I look forward to checking out. Fork fast dot com. Yeah, there's already five campsites that air that registered there. Wow. Really letting the dome that's right. Space disco. I said the free talk life. No, I haven't put ours up there yet. Because I'm not 100%. I'm still gonna talk, Tomo the campground and confirm that we've got our spot. I mean, I'm pretty sure we do. But I want to be 100%. It's understandable. I mean, we'll be there. I just don't know which site you know. Well. We've talked if several months ago about this wire transfer that Citibank accidentally sent out to a Firm that they owed money to and now a New York court has ruled that they can't get that $500 million back and I love everything about it. Okay, but got to refresh me on this. What was the mistake? Does that they over Kay that, yes, they overpaid they After committing one of the quote, biggest blunders and banking history, Citibank won't be allowed to recover the almost half a billion dollars it accidentally wired to revelers written lenders. Citibank, which was acting as Revlon's loan agent mid to send about eight million makeup company. Yes. Okay, they meant to send about $8 million in interest payments to the cosmetic companies, lenders instead. They accidentally wired almost 100 times that amount, including 175 million to a hedge fund and all city accidentally set $900 million. Two reverends lenders instead of the eight million that they met to send Wow. And I was not understand about it. Did this money actually come from like City bank's coffers, or did it come from? Revlon's account? Must have come from Citibank. I would imagine so because it sounds like They breath one had no money, right? Revlon's in debt, then they're making debt payments or whatever. So Citibank filed a lawsuit in August seeking the return of his funds, But it still has not received $500 million from 10 Investment advisory firms after the accident, the transfer and I love it. I hope they're suffering. I hope they go bankrupt. The law usually punishes those who spend money accidentally deposited into their accounts. And I think that's absolutely absurd. I agree. I've seen this before. My brother in law had to happen with him. Someone accidentally posted like three or $4000 to his bank account. And he spent some of their life. Hey, no, you You can't do that. You have to bring this back. But you gave the money to me. So it should be the banked on the hook for that, yes. Accidental transfers are common in the digital age of wires can be paid back instantly. A Pennsylvania couple face felony charges after spending money accidentally deposited into their account felony charges because of a bank's mistake, and presumably, they were sufficiently over. This isn't legitimate. I shouldn't spend this money. But New York law has exceptions to this rule, known as the quote, discharge for Value defense. If the beneficiary is entitled to the money and did not know it was accidentally wired, they can keep it. Revlon, Linder said They believe Citibank was worry pre payments for a loan. After all the money excellently wired was the exact amount quote. To the penny. The Citibank owe them all alone wasn't although the loan wasn't set too mature for quite some time. The court ruled the lenders were justified in believing the payment was intentional. Citibank itself did not realize the magnitude of this mistake until nearly a day later. I believe that Citibank one of the most sophisticated financial institutions in the world, and one of the worst I just want to say to you, somebody I've never used, um they're all pretty bad. I mean, they are bad. But I've been through a lot of these big bad banks over the years with the sharp free church and Citibank's account opening process was the worst. It took longer than any other bank I've ever been through. It was the most arduous the most ridiculous And the other bad. I think Wells Fargo is probably my favorite among them, and Bank of America might least favorite. No TV TD Bank, definitely my least your least favorite to be bank. They shut me down like three weeks. America's most convenient bank wasn't very convenient when they froze, legendary service..
Indigenous people fight oil development
"This is national native news on tonio. Gonzales which people are seeking to stop development in the coastal plain of the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska a sacred place foundation of their culture and way of life though seeking to protect the area are concerned about caribou other wildlife and the environment bernadette dementia with which is steering committee. This week in a statement said they'll never stop fighting equal you know. We don't allow anybody to tell us how to live to do this week. In federal court tribal plaintiffs represented by the native american rights fund sought a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prohibit the trump administration from approving seismic exploration and issuing leases in the coastal plain proposed to begin in january supporters of the sale including politicians seek jobs revenue and energy independence in minnesota indigenous and environmental groups are continuing to demonstrate near the mississippi river in aken county opposing construction of the end bridge line. Three pipeline this week. Nearly two dozen people were arrested. The star tribune reports indigenous and environmental groups have been giving daily updates on social media showing people standing in the way of construction including tree-sitters saying they're protecting the water and the environment they're calling on the state's governor and president elect joe biden to stop line three. The company says replacement of the oil pipeline is in dire need supporters. seek jobs and economic boost. Regulators approve the final permit on december first indigenous and environmental groups and some minnesota tribes are seeking court action as construction is expected to ramp up tribes across the country are continuing to receive cova. Nineteen vaccines this week. Five red lake tribal council members of minnesota volunteered to be the first to get the vaccine on wednesday red lake hospital. Healthcare workers will begin to receive vaccines along with staff and elders at the nursing home. Tribal leaders are working with the hospital. On vaccine plans for tribal citizens as they become available other tribal leaders are also volunteering to be among the first in their communities to receive a covid nineteen vaccine when dina league would chair of the white mountain apache tribe in arizona was vaccinated this week on wednesday. She said she feels fine. Other than a sore arm academic pueblo in new mexico began covid nineteen vaccine shots for healthcare workers. Wednesday the mescalero apache tribe in new mexico. Receive vaccines in the afternoon to vaccinate doctors nurses and other hospital staff president gave aguilar encouraged the community in a video message urging people to stay vigilant in taking precautions as they anticipate to get vaccines for the community in early. Twenty twenty one of the community. We came together. you know. we're not. We're not done yet. But i'm very proud because our numbers show for it. We're we're all doing our part to stay home. Our numbers dropping. You know for a for a few days in october numbers were like twenty a day. I think for this out to summit two a day maybe five you know. I'll be more thankful when he home. Zero tribal health programs. Urban indian organizations are getting the vaccine through the indian health service or states more than three hundred programs are on the ihs cove nineteen distribution list according to the indian health service tribes in alaska are working with the state. The tannen not chiefs conference in fairbanks alerted the community wednesday. The pfizer vaccine arrived and was being put in a freezer to store until ready for distribution.
"white mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Sell and you wanting to get top dollar for it. Tex toward pine Top 2411 and 93 top 2411 92 3. I went and I had to test it. Make sure that dad made pine top came through the texting. Maya's nice But man, I would love more than anything in the next two months to get to fight to get these families some place And you know what? We have some folks we're looking in the Hebrew Overgaard area, So it's just Anywhere up there in the White Mountains, you know, once get up that Hill is just it's breathtaking. And if you haven't been up there and you just kinda and you're thinking about getting the second home or anything like that, Like you said. There's we're having some trouble with it or with inventory up there. But we're hoping that with the help of our Katie our listeners that we could help solve that problem for those buyers, But it is just so it's enchanting up there for me, because I just I feel like the moment that I forest Lakes. I can get some rest and relax, ation and recharge those batteries. And and, well, you know, our business primarily takes place down here in the Valley story here down down here primarily, but Cash. It feels we're working up there and working with them buyers and would like to work with a little yourself just because you know what, and you're going to save money. In the long run, you're going to make more money in the long run. And it's so convenient. It could be done so quickly. These buyers are qualified there ready to rock and roll again. If you've got something up in the White Mountains Ah feel free Tio Tex toward pine top in 2411 and 92 3. That's pine top 2411 93. In addition, as we mentioned earlier, if you are thinking about selling your home anytime in the near future and just want to know the options afforded to you, we got a ton of different options. For you. We want you to understand all of them so that you and your family could make the best decision for your financial futures. All you got to do is text or offer two for 11 93 going to collect a little information about your home. Get to know you text sort offer two for 11. 92 3. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. So traffic has been crazy lately, Right and rush hour. Forget it. Nobody wants to let you merge onto the highway. But, hey, somebody.
The CDC Doesn't Know Enough About Coronavirus In Tribal Nations
"In August more than five months into the pandemic Jordan. Bennett. was about to see some data she'd waiting for for a long time. Yeah. No a truly I was really excited because there hasn't been any data on American Indians or Alaska natives since the start of the pandemic from the CDC that's right. Until last month while universities had released a good bit of data about Covid and its effect on some. Native, American and Alaskan natives. The CDC really hadn't Jordan would know she's a reporter and editor with the Public Media News organization Indian country today she's also a citizen of the Navajo nation and she's been covering the pandemic since the beginning as well as a twenty twenty census and all of Indian, country no big deal just all of Indian country Yeah. The whole. That data that she'd been waiting to? was released by the government as part of a weekly CDC report in mid August the title of the top red. COVID nineteen among American Indian and Alaska Native Persons in twenty three states and when i read it, it was Kinda already something that I knew and a lot of native public health experts already knew and what I was really looking for is you know what is new that they gave to us the report said because of existing inequities, native Americans and Alaskan natives are three point five times more likely to get the corona virus than white people but anyone who'd been looking at tribal nations as closely as Jordan had could have told you that they were. Being hit especially hard for example, at one point earlier this year, the Navajo nation, which spans parts of Arizona New Mexico and Utah The nation's now reporting nearly four thousand in nineteen cases in a population of one hundred, seventy, five thousand had an infection rate greater the New York State. Eight PM curfews on weekdays and on weekends a fifty seven hour lockdown, not even the gas stations are open. That was just one tribal nation that got a lot of attention. Many others had infection rates that were also higher than the hard hit states in the northeast like the Colorado River Indian tribes in Arizona and California the Yakima in Washington state or the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona. And data from the states where many of those reservations are located weren't included in the CDC report, which gets it a larger problem. If there's data had you know where the impact is, how do you know where you could send testing to where there's a lack testing? You have to have that data in order to create policies into also figured out how to distribute vaccines. This episode was the CDC does and doesn't know about Covid in native American and Alaskan. Native tribal nations and how Jordan is working to get more data to the people who need it most I mattie Safai and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. This report from the CDC which linked to in our episode notes does say two important things. The fact that native Americans and Alaskan natives are more likely to get the virus. That's one. The second thing is that compared to white people young folks in those communities people under eighteen tested positive at higher rates. When it comes to these findings, the CDC did make one thing clear. Here's one of the researchers on the study, Sarah Hatcher it really important that the. This disproportionate impact. Likely driven by versus stinks social and economic inequity not because of some biological or genetic. Persisting social and economic inequities we're talking about access to healthy food housing income levels, stuff like that. Here's Jordan again the and other just like public health infrastructure or in like the lack of investment in the public health infrastructures in native communities and you have over credit households, anders a number of inequities that this pandemic is bringing out. More on that in a bit. But first Jordan says that the CDC report is notable for what it does not include this report did leave out tons of cases right now it only looked at twenty three states and it didn't include Arizona. Is One of the hot spots in Indian country. And they account for at least a third of all the cove nineteen cases according to the report. They also left out states like Oklahoma Washington. California Colorado thousands and thousands of cases. And researchers from the CDC were up front about leaving all that data out. Here's Sara Hatcher. Again, our announcement is really not generalize beyond those twenty three state overall. And we're not really able to speculate whether we expect the overall rate to be higher or lower we. The reason some states got left out was because the they recorded about race and ethnicity including that for native, American, and Alaskan Native Cova Cases was incomplete and that was really at least surprising to me because. I like how can you not capture this data right here you have Arizona where you know again, the Salt River Pima, Maricopa Indian community Healer River, ending community, White Mountain Apache their cases are thousands You had the tone, nation and Navajo Nation and the possibly Yawkey tribe. There's just thousands of cases in this one St. So many gaps like in this data as well. I think just points to how the CDC doesn't really know tribal communities and know that Indian health system and how it's built instead up. So, let's talk about that. Now. It's much more complicated than this. But basically, when tribal nation signed treaties giving up their land, the federal government promised to provide them with healthcare and set up the Indian Health Service, a government funded network of hospitals and clinics. To deliver adequate healthcare to tribal nations but that's not what's happening right now and what the pandemic is very much highlighting. For years the IHS has been way underfunded per person the federal government spends about half the amount of money on the IHS. Medicaid. And that's part of the reason a lot of tribes over time have step to establish their own privately run tribal health clinics. So throw history. They all IHS. But then tribes wanted to you know take hold and own and operate their own healthcare. So that's how these tribal health clinics came about. At this point, the large majority of healthcare facilities are operated by tribes about eighty percent in those facilities are encouraged but not required to share data that they collect on the virus but Jordan says, that's something a lot of them do not want to do not with the federal government or even with reporters like her even now as a Navajo WOM-. In as a Navajo reporter, it's also difficult for me to try to get the data. Because then I understand that like I grew up around my background is in health and so I I know you know it's because of settler colonialism but also research to a lot of times and medical research you have researchers going in parachuting in parachuting out and they don't give back that data it at least from everything that I've seen the past several months trust is like the main factor in this That's one thing trust. There's also the reality that doctors can get race or ethnicity wrong in California where it's pretty prevalent from what sources tell me some doctors will just check a box on native people because of their surname, their surnames, more likely to be coming from like a Hispanic or line next or origin like Dominguez or Garcia or you know today's assumed there Um Latin x but they're not, and if those people wind up dying that seem incorrect data can wind up on their death certificate right? You don't know what's going on or the pact of the pandemic if you don't have that data if you don't know what the person died from. How are you going to prevent it and prevent more from dying from it? These factors lack of trust underfunded public health infrastructure, racial classification all add up to a picture of the pandemic that isn't complete. For example, there's an alarming lack of covid hospitalizations data for native American or Alaskan native folks stuff like if somebody was admitted to the hospital, the ICU or even died compared to white people, CDC only has about a third of that information for Alaskan natives and native Americans and I think that's just again it just goes back to how well you know the state health department or even like the CDC or the public health experts they're not these tribal communities
Arizona governor signs proclamation recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales Arizona Governor Doug ducey announced Tuesday. He signed a proclamation to recognize October Twelfth Twenty Twenty as indigenous Peoples Day on the Federal Columbus Holiday Emma Gibson. With Arizona public media has more the proclamation came after state Senator James Sita Pash Loci, and a youth led advocacy group Indigenous Peoples Initiative called for the change. Dylan Baca the group's president who is White Mountain Apache and Navajo says indigenous. Peoples Day acknowledges accurate account of Christopher Columbus's violent legacy. This holiday is significant for me because it works to try to eliminate the stereotypes in stigmatisms associated with indigenous peoples and Tribes Paschall K. called on Governor Ducey in. June. During President Donald. Trump's visit to Phoenix to establish the state holiday using his executive powers. She now says she will introduce a bill to permanently changed the holiday in the twenty twenty one legislative session. For National Native News I'm Gibson the Navajo nation is returning to fifty seven weekend lockdowns. Stay at home orders due to a rise in positive covid nineteen cases on and near the reservation. Tuesday's announcement comes a day after top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci praised the tribe for lowering numbers crediting the tribe strict covid nineteen measures which were enforced for. Months some of the orders including the fifty seven hour curfew were eased. But during virtual town Tuesday Navajo nation. President Jonathan Nez had a stern message for residents to stay vigilant Nez, a cluster of forty or more positive cases traced back to travel and spreading the virus during social gatherings which are restricted on Navajo land, and so we're going to have to. Slow everything down we're GONNA have to stay at home orders because we don't know how far. This has gone out in. Contact, with other people, the new cases were reported in Arizona and new. Mexico the tribes also asking residents to avoid areas in Utah, considered hot spots for the virus. NATO advocates encouraged young people to engage in the voting process on national voter registration day. Barb Hartselle works with the LAS, Vegas Indian Center on the native vote she talked about investing in native youth by using traditional teachings and connecting them with issues native youth face today, really taking like arc additional routes in how we carry ourselves in is important to us and being able to invest in our youth in meeting them where they're at and letting really understand though it seems so big and so massive or maybe. It doesn't seem important at all. It really does determine a lot of things like it really determined just how far come from grandmothers and mothers generations to wear. We'll go with their next generation. Hartselle took part in a national congress of American Indians virtual gathering, Tuesday along with tribal leaders and native women in office. The organizations nonpartisan vote campaign focuses on education registration getting out the native vote election protection and data collection according to NCAA I an estimated one point, two, million, American, Indian, and Alaskan native people are unregistered. Five Indian country bills were passed by Congress Tuesday and sent to the president to be signed into law the bill's address missing and murdered indigenous women, self-governance business, and economic development, and legislation to nullify a supplemental treaty for Tribes on the warm springs reservation. There are seven bills currently pending in the house which ranged from education to water rights and veterans. Issues. I'm Antonio
Demonstration celebrates statue of Spanish colonizer taken down
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. A statue of Spanish colonizer juande Altay was removed in northern New Mexico hours before a planned protest, but that didn't stop members of grassroots, native groups and their allies from demonstrating off state road, sixty eight north of the city of Espanola surrounding huddle immunity. Stare at. The Red Nation three sisters collective, demonstrated outside the monuments wall, calling for its permanent removal as county officials decide the statues. Fake speakers used a megaphone to talk about the monument, sitting on traditional Pueblo homelands and recounted the atrocities. The conquistador committed against Pueblo people the. Ball and everyday bubble resistance is the reason public people are still here because resistance is traditional. The group then cross gates onto the grounds. Where the statue stood as deputies watched nearby, demonstrators climbed on the Monument Mount, saying a handwriting song and Red Paint was hand printed on the plaque, own yacht as name. Jennifer Marley has long been involved with the red nation, not a protest. It's a it's A. It's a celebration and also a chance to inform people. About this history entered mind people that the struggle is not over that this is of many victories that we will continue to have and that the work continues, and we must go on. The Red Nation has advocated for the removal of names and symbols of Spanish conquistadors around new. Mexico. The group was instrumental in the University of New Mexico Seal Change, which depicted conquistador frontiers, men. They also led the way in ending pageantry, depicting the re entry of Kista door NC on affay. Monday's event drew some opposition. Shots could be heard from cars, a few voices expressing differing views from the crowd and oncein across the street read all lives matter a slogan which has been associated with criticism of the black lives matter movement, meanwhile in Albuquerque shooting occurred at a demonstration Monday night, as people called for the removal of a statue police are investigating and reported early Tuesday morning. One person was in critical condition. More demonstrations are being planned including one in Santa, fe. The White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona is increasing safety measures after a rise in positive covid nineteen cases, Christine Trudeau reports the White Mountain Apache tribe reached one, thousand, two, hundred and fifty nine reported positive covid, nineteen cases, which according to travel chairwoman Wendy newly. GATEWOOD is likely due to an increase in testing and contact tracing the tribe is on stay at home orders with an eight pm to five am curfew and has closed non-tribal citizens and tribal members, not living on the reservation. Recently, the council passed a measure that anyone found in violation of safety. Restrictions would be ineligible for a one thousand two hundred dollar emergency relief payment from the tribe safety restriction measures are crucial to. To protect elders says chairwoman, league, Gatewood, as they are the most vulnerable to the virus. We will never in our lifetime care of an actual. Distri of I lived in a wiki up. I had to ride a horse to town. Because we had no car, we traveled in a wagon. We hiked on foot. Those types of stories. We're not going to hear that anymore. And the language they know the tradition culture heritage, the importance of who we are the tribal us one of their hotels as a quarantine, isolation site and plan to purchase additional modular units for quarantine housing. They are in need of item donations like facemasks, hand, sanitizer and cleaning supplies for quarantined homes. I'm Christine Trudeau. I'm Antonio
"white mountains" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Twenty ed Rogers campground in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire looking forward to it are you yes why I'm just asking I always look forward to his great service here is a week of it I mean and there's not much else to look forward to at the moment I had a trip to Vegas planned I was going to be leaving and seven days but no it's been canceled because Vegas still isn't open it's very frustrating but the will Rogers campground is open almost as good as Vegas I don't know at least at Rogers I'm not likely to have a prostitute run out the hotel rooms saying that I didn't pay her forty dollars it's never happened to me I was totally totally foreign concept so forecasters decentralized so no one can cancel it and no one is in charge it also means there's no ticket cost just reserve your camping site RV site or motel room with Rogers campground for June the twenty ninth until July the fifth and where better to celebrate independence day than around other freedom loving activists in the shire you can just relax and go camping or you can create whatever experience or event you'd like others to have if you're planning an event for fork fast be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with other fork festers via the unofficial telegram chat or the fork fest form links to those are on the unofficial website fork fest thought party again I spoke fast dot party let's go to the phones we've got Dave calling from Michigan Dave you're on free talk live that way as it was capital prepares to host a fat positive definite well I'm going to ask back the match winners you gotta you gotta have a plan to convince Democrats to ensure there is a porcupine freedom festival and there is a fork fest which is a foreign correct answer about that genesis I've been spoon thanks for the call Dave I don't even know what he said stoned and parked or forty J. needs to upgrade from his Obama phone yeah that's cool yeah that that was painful to hear but let's all right it was I thank stay for the call let's keep going got Scott calling from Montana Scott you're on free talk live sorry just garnered the all up your last caller was talking about twenty two ammunition shortage yeah yeah I'm I'm I'm not I don't know all the details on the twenty two caliber I would speculate it was a large increase in demand and there's very few manufacturers that manufacture rimfire so there's not a lot of supply elasticity okay when it comes to other ammunition how like a R. fifteen that under Obama via executive order he signed an order that eliminated well we start from the beginning the majority of remanufacturing ammunition was re manufactured from spent military brass okay makes sense and thank you I A. R. I don't buy new ammunition if I'm just out shooting because of the expense right it is five eight hours by remanufacture and under Obama he ordered the military to destroy all of their spent brass and sell it as scrap brass in no longer sell it into the reloading manufacturing prices went through the roof because every manufacturers no longer they had to buy new brass centric new ammunition they could no longer store spent brass military that's that's us reading about it did trump undo this a little bit of executive wizardry here is you know I don't know okay I mean it making ammunition isn't easy but I one of the people that I hung out with a lot who suffered from the twenty two ammunition shortage he preferred to making his own rounds one out of like spent crosses and stuff like that so I I can and it was a great when you we have four five remanufactures major ones here in the United an island so who can crank out thirty forty thousand round today and actually have a contract with the military and I make new new ammunition as well as remanufacture but they lost the source of all their spent brass other than the private market right well that's unfortunate to hear I can't say that I'm terribly surprised that Barack Obama would have done something like that or that Donald Trump wouldn't have undone it I mean he certainly no friend of the second amendment the right to keep and bear arms or and you know the right to be able to shoot an A. R. fifteen at your leisure so Scott thank you so much for the call evidently however we're being told that the what we what are we being told now is the is the best question but we initially were told that the corona virus co that nineteen sars Kobe two or whatever the hell they're calling it could live for up to three weeks on surfaces is that what they said now god the numbers a bit all over the place either it can't handle sunlight at all it's a really weak viruses or some kind of Franken thing that flies through the walls and now they're saying oh well we evidently we we didn't know what we were talking about yeah yeah here I was reported to today at the centers for disease control and prevention now says been novel virus quote does not spread easily from touching surfaces or objects but experts warn that doesn't mean it's no longer necessary to take practical and realistic precautions in stopping the spread of covert nineteen right you'll practical and realistic things like shutting down the entire economy for a virus it has like well like less than a two percent mortality rate for normal people though it's not exactly clear when the federal health agency appears to have recently changed its guidelines from early March that simply said it may be possible to spread the virus from contaminated surfaces the CDC now include services or objects under a section that details ways in which across the virus does not readily transmit other ways in which virus is not easily spread is from animals to people or from people to animals the federal agency said on its updated page which makes sense not not very many of the germs that can affect me can affect my cats not right yeah it's not impossible but we are a different species our yeah continues a stew that's ten to corona just as in a tight match soon big cats too well that seems to be a case where humans as well within that seems to be the case with humans as well they get it just doesn't affect them very much well some of them die from it I'm sure some cats died from it maybe I don't know get it at all times we got lots of extras of him if you put a cat on a ventilator I'm sure it's that'll increase its chances of death for some reason even as a captain a leader I have no doubt there is probably some rich raising catalini who could afford it but you have a say is still the number one no worse way to spread it or the way it spread it mainly is person to person so that's why we have social distancing okay but the I imagine the practical measures they were talking about with things like wiping down counters and doors and stuff like that religiously as many of these essential businesses are being required to do it it's a bit obnoxious and it's kind of insulting when you leave a place to immediately have the run behind you like you're a plate carrier and wiped out every surface with Lysol well if they're doing it to everybody it's not so bad but it it certainly can take longer at the price chopper which is one of the local grocery stores they are wiping everything down including the belt for the groceries for everybody who goes through and this is presumably because you gotta wait there while they do it you could have the coveted nineteen virus on your hands which is spread to the milk carton and it could then make its way onto the conveyor belt that's the presumption just doesn't sound practical at all it sounds more more insane the more I think about it I think we do I think we're gonna need to take a you know there's gonna be new practices in the world and they need to be practical whatever they are there will be new practices if we allow them to be accepted as normal but that the masks I'm I've got my new but you know charcoal filtered bike mask right there in the car and it's so comfortable this is for bikers in the city to filter out like you know exhaust fumes and stuff breeze right through it you talk pretty well I'm I'm not be without wearing it now you should be somewhat muffled but it's a heck of a lot better than people running around with it your average piece of fabric fashion across their face I'm boycotting any placer choirs wearing a mask so I love it I like the idea of going out with a mask on I don't think well not all of us are a **** are into that kind of stuff but you know if your grandson I don't know if I'm going to say I'm boycotting them but I will just go elsewhere which I guess is technically a boycott I'm just not calling it that eight five five four five traders we've all bought books we've all surgeon that we're all looking for that magic formula well I wanna make it will be today in my book mother's guide to trading options absolutely free your only cost will be nine ninety five for shipping and handling the book will take you from the beginning I boxes trading today yeah I'm giving you all types of market conditions all types of scenarios and the book is its own textbook because at the end of each chapter is a quiz to 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S13E08 Black cats - burst 2
"Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday. Well right for some yes. Where are you on holiday at home in the House I well? I haven't been now allows for three and a half weeks as you are not working but I'm not working. This is Sofa break after a successful release. No doubt that's the general idea. Yes excellent well. So what have you been doing while you've been on holiday? I've been live streaming on Youtube. Live streaming what have you been? Live streaming I've been doing. Let's code live streams. And what have you been counting At the moment I'm working on a utility that you can use on a boon to serve for the RAWLS reply to turn into a desktop for the raspberry Pi. I say I'm both seen while. Doing that are just in soling. Do Desktop on the Raspy Pie. Well there isn't an event to desktop image for the Raspberry Pi bus is first class support for the Raj reply in a too so it's a small matter of somebody that knows so of what the differences between server and desktop pa to write something that can automatically turn a server into a desktop. And that's what I've been working just amps install desktop. That's what I would have cried if someone said Hey. Can you turn this severance stolen to a desktop ago? Yeah little carry on the end or Us settles some more than that will get you. Eight tenths of the way there. I mean when I did the first livestream that was basically MVP There's an additional package which boosts Bluetooth that needs to be installed on then they stuff like so the suffering which has cloudy knit. Uncloudy Wants to net plan for the network managements that means network manager is that that doing nothing so you have to poke around and disable the clouding Network Comfort. And then tell net plan. You'll you'll not responsible anymore network manager is so there's a few little tweaks like that and then there's a few things you can do with the different desktop environments to just shoot them a little bit to take advantage of the The hardware thereon. So I'm I'm well down that road now but what I've really enjoyed as Virtual pair programming where you have like thirty people spotting will guitar powers and mistakes. And what have
S13E08 Black cats - burst 1
"Welcome to season thirteen episode. Eight of the open to podcast in this episode. We're going to be talking about mountains network going to have some command line. Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday.
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"Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend.
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"Welcome to season thirteen episode. Eight of the open to podcast in this episode. We're going to be talking about mountains network going to have some command line. Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain
What's at Stake in the New Hampshire Primary?
"Joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a
Everything you need to know about the presidential primary election in New Hampshire
"A discussion about the campaign from this morning's Washington journal joining us from Manchester New Hampshire this morning is Concord monitor political reporter Paul Stein Hausser great to have you back again the twenty wasn't twenty four now hours now before the polls opened what what are they open tomorrow at seven AM yeah most towns seven AM most close at seven PM some go till eight PM but it's it's you know ever after the caucuses last week for most Americans were back to normal I guess this is the primary it's a normal election to go in your vote it's not like a caucus though I think most Americans will be a little more familiar with how we do it here in New Hampshire yeah we've been talking about election security in the first hour here so any any sense from election officials in New Hampshire of what they've done in the wake of I would just sort of double check their systems yeah there has been a full force show of force here by the secretary of state's office bill Gardner the long time secretary state up here he had a news conference with the governor the Attorney General to reassure Americans that the results here should hopefully be controversy free these paper ballots up here in New Hampshire on on the voter in New Hampshire I thought my paper ballot and put it in and that's how it works up here it's a little old school you know what old school nowadays with all this hacking at all the history we seen the last couple of elections old school pretty reassuring isn't it we will tell our eyes he's been viewers and radio listeners that the C. span networks have lots of coverage today throughout the state so look for our schedule their C. span dot org and we mention the president also appearing tonight in Manchester seven o'clock tonight but Paul sign Hauser as you watch you wear in the state you think most of the candidates are trying to to focus and why well most of the population in New Hampshire is in the southern third of the state that's where the larger cities mostly are aids in closer to Massachusetts and and the sea coast and that's were mostly concentrated candies concentrate though nobody ignores going up north to the north country to the mountain the White Mountains but most of the population is basically from Concord south down to the Massachusetts wide enough for most of its campaign traffic is traditionally coming out of Iowa Joe Biden said that he took a quote a gut punch what's he been doing differently in New Hampshire he has been downplaying expectations and big time at the debate on Friday night he talked about how he took a hit in Iowa and he said I'm likely to take a hit in New Hampshire the next day on Saturday he had a news conference I was there I I asked him are you writing off New Hampshire any push back pretty vehemently but but it's pretty clear from what what Joe Biden says what what its campaign tells us reporters that they're not looking for a victory here they're looking to get out of your hopefully for them with a third place finish and move on to the more friendly climate the more diverse electorates of Nevada and South Carolina two states to follow to Hampshire providing South Carolina with that majority African American electorate on the democratic side that's his firewall he's hoping to escape here with a third place finish the polls indicate that might happen but Hey bill in may not in addition to Joe Biden who do you think has the stands the most to gain and the and the like wise the Lok most to lose from the New Hampshire results yeah that's a great question first of all Bernie Sanders the poll suggests he's going to win here but you know what that's expected he's the senator from neighboring Vermont right across the Connecticut River he won here big as he was a huge four years ago when he be the eventual nominee Hillary Clinton by more than twenty points so he's expected to win and if he wins I don't think it's any huge bump out of that because again he's expected to win people does it has a lot on the line here of course he surprised everybody in the political world with that I guess you'd call it a victory but by this this this much right though Bernie Sanders also claiming victory in Iowa but for booted yes now the expectations are much higher and if he doesn't come through well then that is an issue he's been getting some extremely large crowds these last couple days yesterday and all of his the events combined he had more than five thousand people which is a lot up here in New Hampshire so yeah a lot is on the line for him let's talk about Elizabeth Warren the senator from neighboring Massachusetts this is kinda almost home turf for her as well and there's a history of Massachusetts politicians running for president doing very well in Austin winning here thank John Kerry think Mitt Romney right so if she doesn't perform well here she comes out of New Hampshire limping like bite may come out of New Hampshire limping as well as he finishes fourth or fifth that's an issue especially providing because his campaign coffers are starting to get a little thin but for war also if she doesn't perform well here that is an issue which you will continue want and finalists hawk about eighty clover shark the senator from Minnesota one of the latest tracking polls here the Suffolk university poll for does the Boston Globe and WBZ came out late last night and it suggested that she has surged nine points over the last two days so we'll say bill I mean these calls may be accurate and they may not but if she has a big win here they give her a big boost if he doesn't perform here is that the end of the line for her and finally this talk about a couple the other candidates in an almost exclusively campaigning just here in New Hampshire making I guess you could say there for the final stance like senator Michael Bennet of Colorado all he's been doing is campaigning here told the gap or the Congress went from Hawaii and if Paul Patrick the former Massachusetts governor who's been campaigning here and in South Carolina if none of them perform well here well do they go on and finally I I I don't leave them out cause injury and was really rising for so many months but the a tech entrepreneur had a disappointing finish in Iowa he says New Hampshire is a natural place for him if he doesn't have a strong a word a decent finish here what's next for him
"white mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"With the National Weather Service is Pinetop lakeside in the White Mountains could get up to ten inches of snow flagstaff is expecting about two inches Katie a our eyes on the economy more than seventeen percent of homes sold in the valley last year went for more than the asking price while nationally that trend went down again Zillow economists is jobs Tucker says credit goes to the usual suspects we see people in the LA area checking out a lot of listings for homes in the Phoenix area so some of those folks are retiring some of them are families looking for a place where they can actually afford a family sized house soccer since Phoenix is housing inventories down about a fifth from where was a year ago home buyers who paid above list prices spend an average of forty one hundred dollars more to more Arizona counties have declared themselves sanctuary counties second amendment sanctuary counties lapaz in Yavapai county about defense state and federal constitutional gun rights the measures also mean the county supervisors won't spend your public money or use other government resources to enforce laws that unconstitutionally infringe on gun rights it's been called Arizona's beach but over the past few years have been spent safety concerns about visiting rocky point Keith Allen is part of a new coalition of business leaders and property owners there we're trying to change that perception by highway from Luke bill Arizona which is the border town to rocky point has been designated as the safety corridor he says it's also safe once you get to rocky point in there so much to do right now it's prime season for whale watching it in a few weeks will be packed with visitors for spring break well another battle is shaping up between call Congress and the White House over the construction of a border wall president trump's four point eight trillion dollar budget will be released today the president is expected to ask for only two billion dollars to continue the border wall but Pentagon funds are again to be diverted to the project in two thousand eighteen the standoff over border barrier funding eventually lead to a government shutdown and president trump's emergency declaration making military money available that's A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan president trump wishing a lofty health goal for the country ending the aids epidemic within ten years in the U. S. Buffy Lloyd crate she is with the I. P. C. well a Scott still based infection focused health company she isn't an aids expert and says the president's goal may be hard to reach but we should at least try to attain it meanwhile if you're concerned about HIV she says see your doctor early diagnosis is huge and important and one out of every three people that are diagnosed with HIV they've actually had it for at least three years aids info from the national institutes of health says you can reduce your risk of getting HIV by choosing less risky sexual behaviours for more on this story visit the help center KTAR dot com presented.
"white mountains" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hundreds of thousands are expected in downtown Boston tonight to ring in the new year WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports there will be an increase in the number of uniformed and undercover police officers out on the streets during first night festivities and that includes every neighborhood in the city not just the downtown mayor Walsh says public drinking is not allowed this is a family friendly event there's a lot of young people a lot of young kids there so I ask you to act responsibly because little ones are there police commissioner William cross says smoking pot in public is also not allowed and neither are drones he's asking revelers to be on the lookout for any suspicious activity as of yet there's no credible threats to the
"white mountains" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"For my teammates and his plan are so could have a better feeling is this what you came here and playing games like that order for Sir I'm percent how different it feel playing in this one you know suited up for Michigan area five it was great man it was just like I said being part of a Michigan Michigan state route three and have not historical victory is completely amazing our servers week after week or something like that on field I can and then you feel there feel different like I mean obviously considering the yeah because you is way more emotion as a whole is around three so like the game itself speaks for itself is all of the most honest it's a lot of guys just found it means is going head to head you're close here at the White Mountains all our whatever our great at all says come into after that I just got here is coming to an end but then a blink of an eye and is already you know November make the most of every opportunity I get here please have them contact with these seven contact summary for missing you audience and how they're doing this year absolutely I'll talk to my buddies on the team like every week and they tell me out I'll come again another but I think that around the window mac west for my keys you're the one moment when you really realize did the right thing here and all this out to everyone and just being able to be with the team in the locker room it is just on the number of them as being able to celebrate a W. in a locked room with a with a team with coaches and you know just being around you just can't beat it senior gaming group all hi and all different aspects rather is past Astros running.
Investigation into missing New Hampshire couple found buried on Texas beach
"The bodies of James and Michelle Butler were found buried on a remote beach in Corpus Christi Texas last night a vigil in the couple's home town of Romney New Hampshire ABC Stephanie Rommel's with details on this investigation police are searching for a person of interest seen driving into Mexico in a pickup truck with a trailer belonging to James Butler and his wife Michelle the couple's family tells ABC news the pair or headed to Florida where they plan to sell Christmas trees police say the retirees set up their trailer October fifteenth on the beach authorities say they spotted the couples pick up truck and trailer at a border crossing in Mexico on October twenty first bottlers left their home in the White Mountains about a year and a half a goal they want to take a trip around the
"white mountains" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"J. WBZ newsradio ten thirties six one seven two five four ten thirty check in with me we're gonna play grab bag later about that and remember the grab bag call doesn't count it's a game and a game called doesn't count as your call of the week because they're shorter and we don't want to have you not called because you don't want to burn down that cough six one seven two five four ten thirty any comments on cold LZ the guy who walks a lot he's twenty nine years old an extra extra extreme Walker hiker tractor call much well I admire that I've I would like to find more more hikes or walks that don't involve a lot of climbing I know he mentioned tracking polls tracking polls are extremely important if you got a hike even if you don't think it's a real substantial hiked you should use them they really help your knees when I first started going to the White Mountains I run into these people seventy years old on the mountain and they would say get polls good for your knees they also had I kind of copy what they wore the brand of gear that they used as helpful but use tracking polls even if you go out of the blue hills use tracking polls you can get some the light the collapsible you don't have to get expensive collapsible ones you can use people's I guess the tracking polls have a different point there's sort of a a sharp edge to them that was sticking to rock it's valuable because he if you're on a rocky surface and you only have two legs if you lose footing on one foot then you only have one leg in you going down the tracking polls you have four points of contact to balance is really great as well I use them in winter I don't hike in the summer you know why it's too hot it's no fun for me I think I have done it it's just too hot I prefer the brisk snow packed trails no bugs no people just just the quiet of.
"white mountains" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Place up there sometimes you can get a deal on a winter rental but it's just gonna be empty otherwise if any local Japan Nova deal let me know so eight eight an adventure going I have to plum island you take could walk to the beach that's four mile walk or could hitchhike that's what I usually do hitchhike still believe it or not it's kind of an adventure if I go with my significant other we will not hitchhike we will spare it's for a I knew were take the train up train back could drive but I might want to drink and I do not drink and drive at all not even a little super strict on that so if I have to decide whether it's where is the money to take the train that be able to have a cocktail at one of the places up there we'll take fishing gear I've never faced overnight I got my light I'll have to look into how to do it another is just to go camping kind of a it might not seem like an adventure to you but for me that would be a wicked adventure to the Lafayette campground in Franconia I would be a big giant adventure to be in a tent in the White Mountains I do go over the cavs in the winter that doesn't seem so adventurous and even have the lean to's there are just elevated platforms they're on an angle they're they're not even they don't have walls can I have three sides maybe and a roof and their elevated I'm not sure whether elevated it is hard for bears to get to I don't know there's a sleeping in the winter anyway so camping beach at night glider any other adventures you can think of plus it's time for a grab bag grab bag works like this it's J. talking grab bag invented by rob Brooks rob Brooks made up these questions please bring these questions say a lot about you I realize is what I write because usually usually if the question is do would you do this he probably put the question in there because you would do it and you want to find out if it's weird that you would do it right for example one of the questions is I won't tell you which number is someone left a withdrawal receipt at the ATM do you look at it to see how much money they took out slash half I realized hit me like a thunderbolt the reason Roberts our **** is because he what correct right he says maybe the house is true so that's this is the whole thing is an insight into rob Brooks is mind let's talk to Janice situate jab as in Janice one things you do I've got some ideas okay there's a bandstand in how that plays music and people dance on them and that the for the dance floor dancing is an adventure because it's great I love it I went to Sally amount now what's your name Sally Brian's in see a band last last winter and for some reason I danced I'm in my eighties and there was so different because I don't have any dance and I don't have any dance and mo Jo in a wheelchair and I just move my arms pretty much all really accessible and how and it's great okay what has he got that's a good okay what else of course going out to eat so I found a new place in Marshfield lobster fourteen ninety five I think fourteen something as a deal absolutely fabulous generous in their wish well you can say with that is if you want okay me ever got to Mira got so yeah.
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"Zero two two five seven five three nine six a way to the program will even ask the fundamental question that needs to be asked that no one wants to ask because everybody's afraid to ask is America ready for the first female president are they is America ready for the first female socialist Woodrow Wilson like president was something I was reading on the blaze earlier today Glenn Beck's blaze and he brought up a good point regarding how Elizabeth Warren is so much like Woodrow Wilson and Woodrow Wilson in my opinion I agree with the land of ruin the presidency because he was very much a parliament style president verses a constitutional Republic president I really think that that was one of the downfalls for our country is a Woodrow Wilson presidency but nobody wants to talk about that because not popular seventy percent income tax Medicare for all gun control which really means a lot to take your guns benefits of floral legals murder of babies that's what abortion is I'm sorry if you don't like it I'm sorry if you get offended but the truth of the matter is that is the truth of the matter it's funny she was out today in the White Mountains is it okay producer latest the White Mountains or is that racist because that's where she was she was in the White Mountains should I not say that are the mountains privileged to the mountains have white privilege I'm curious guys do they do it what do I say I mean you know she was there in the White Mountains you know and well you know the rest basically telling America that well we need a structural change you know what he's trying to tell you is that America doesn't work the way it is we need to rip up the constitution we need to implement complete socialism so that we can go down in flames like Venezuela that's what she's really trying to say why is it that these college professors I believe that they could be the president well Steve o'donnell was a college professor I rest my case I mean I rest my case he just made my point seven zero two two five seven five three nine six how you into the program right here in Vegas one eight seven seven forty nine Stephen outside of the city and right now we go to our busy calls first up tonight is Tony right here in Vegas Tony welcome to the program Tony with me my man all right we'll Tony wanted to say congrats on the show and Tony thank you so much appreciate that we're here and appreciate your support let's jump over to Matt wanting to ask the court or excuse me answer the question regarding a woman president we think that we need a woman president are we ready for a woman president do we is that what the doctor ordered all right let's go ahead and put that on hold and will probably have a technical difficulty that's okay everybody stay on hold don't move say but for you lose your place in line we'll get it all figured out here in a second look my point of view my point of view is I would not mind a woman president if in fact a woman president showed herself to be tough I wouldn't mind it but I don't see that in any of the candidates do you I mean seriously do you see that in any of the candidates are you gonna tell me Elizabeth Warren gonna be able to sit down there in front of Kim Jong moon the last you want to take the meeting I mean you try to tell me that if Elizabeth Warren was the president of the United States should be able to sit down with Kim John one are you kidding me Elizabeth Warren in bodies what is wrong with America I'm a socialist therefore I want to take your guns because were to have a peaceful Utah yet your topia I want to pay for I want you to pay high taxes because I believe that illegals I have the fundamental right to also have medical benefits I mean this is ridiculous what she's tied up Joe Biden in the polls can you believe that of course you should believe it because we still have bone headed people in America so you should believe it and sadly sadly if things keep going the way they go because it's working for her because she's pandering to the black vote she's pandering for the anti cop vote so it's obviously working for her if I was president trump I'd be sitting back and say wow she's actually taking care of my campaign for me she's literally making life much easier for me I mean when you agree I I know that to be the facts and then if we need to throw Mr Gillibrand senator Gillibrand into the mix when we do it let's let's do it because it's not fair just to throw Elizabeth Warren the cuckoo bird we have to literally talk about the cheerleader and that's Gillibrand is to me she reminds me of a cheerleader in high school that just still wants to be young and she's always looking for the raw raw you know yeah you said something so unique and so spontaneous rah rah well let me tell you about ms rah rah she is open to criminally prosecuting gun owners who don't hand over their assault weapons to the government did not tell you yesterday that was the agenda and the plan from the left to literally do this very thing at least she has the guts to come out and say it and you know why she has the guts to come out and say it you know why she feels comfortable to be able to say it is because half of America has now lost their minds that's why she knows there's an audience that will literally agree with her that means if you are a law abiding citizen that means if you are licensed to carry and you play by the rules and you don't want to turn over your assault weapon to the government you will be criminally prosecuted in a Gillibrand administration but here's the good news friends here's the good news Gillibrand never gonna make it show me every me consider for V. P. how she became a senator I don't know but never the less she is one today friends friends I ask you again I ask you again is America ready for the first woman president is America ready for the first socialist president who happens to be a woman and Elizabeth Warren fits that hook line and sinker seven zero two two five seven five three nine six I believe we might be getting our phone calls back on track seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is how you way into the program right here in Las Vegas outside of the city one eight seven seven forty nine Steve let's go ahead and try to call her to make sure we're back on track let's go to James James you're up next was Steve Sanchez are you doing very good how bout yourself you're on my drive home are you there I don't agree with all the time but you know what can be honest about everything your two questions one a woman president you know what I don't know if we have the right women leader out there right now I'm not sure who we have on the GOP side that whoever it would be like get be I mean either by the press and by the Democrats and there's not a single woman on the Democrat side for me and for that matter that I would vote for Elizabeth Warren B. probably number two on the pop outlet mall here at being number one on the left who I would never vote for yeah well yeah I mean internal Harris has now fallen to sixth place and I'll tell you why James because she's lazy and she's always sleepy it's like she needs to actually get a dose of five hour energy because it's just boring to watch her talk I mean really it is James got about small segment pre sheet the call thanks for.
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"In the White Mountains. And those were separate incidents. It is nine thirty three. Time now for traffic and weather together. These Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Brought to you. But actor Mark of canton and what's going on. Getting some slowdowns on one twenty eight both ways near the mass turnpike on the northbound side we're getting reports have a crash just prior to the mass pike. That's coming into one twenty eight on the northbound side center lane crash. Traffic is backing up to route sixteen as you work your way on one twenty eight northbound southbound is slow especially in the right lane. That's dedicated getting to the mass turnpike. We had several WBZ phone force callers. Tell us large puddle lot of water really making for a tough ride on that ramp slowing you down one twenty eight south accessing the mass turnpike in Weston route three along the south shore. We're seeing slowdowns Ricky down towards the sag more bridge, a backup of just under two miles. Twenty five east is slow ching. The borne route six east is slow near had four in exit five in the sandwich, barnstable stretch then, again, down by the lane drop after exit nine in south Dennis the expressway. Southbound watch out for work crew in the right lane by Columbia road than slow. Furnace brook onto ninety three with a crash reported ninety three south near route thirty seven in Braintree. Downtown Storrow drive Eastwood for workroom near Copley north of town, three and ninety five ninety three look good. Heading up to New Hampshire, rob Hekla WBZ's traffic on the threes. If this sound fills you with fear. Dr Mark Turner of Taunton, can help with oral conscious sedation, reducing many treatments to just a single visit call five eight eight.
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"This morning turns into a stabbing victim being treated now for life threatening wounds behavioral man faces murder charges in the brutal killing of a longtime town worker in grove land president trump continues discussions at the g twenty meeting with russian president vladimir putin today china's president tomorrow the search continues for a dorchester man missing for days while hiking in new hampshire's white mountains dog owner in mauldin now facing animal cruelty charges after a three month old pit bull puppy is found living in what police described as absolute squalor w._b._z. t._v.'s christina christina rex with more something from a horror movie first responders called lisa cutting to come take the dog and get her treatment they i responded to a reported carbon monoxide leak on medford street around eleven wednesday night she weighs only fourteen pounds but should way at least thirty police say they don't know if she would have survived much longer scale of one to ten i would say it's a ten is expected to make a full recovery but it's going to take several months to get her to a healthy weight in the meantime as she starts her new life she also has a new name okay so her name is star star a toast to the upcoming july fourth holiday and a sign of hope for the pups future ago fund me account has been set up to help cover the costs of the dogs recovering a fiery two car crash in lancaster last night five people are hurt police say three people in a jeep we're not wearing seatbelts all of them in their late teens and early twenties and all of them ejected from that vehicle the other vehicle involved to victims they're both in their sixties they were taken to a nearby hospital being treated for just minor injuries cause of the crash remains under investigation this morning another recall for fisher price the company pulling more than seventy thousand babies sleep products off the market on the advice of the american academy of pediatrics the doctor's group says the company's inclined sleeper accessories allow babies to fall asleep at a thirty degree angle and they say that's not safe in april fisher price pulled more than four and a half million rock and play sleepers linked to nearly three dozen deaths off the market customers of the sleeper accessory unit should stop using them immediately according to fisher price and the company will issue refunds when contacted shifting gears now lawmakers pennsylvania are using the dog days of summer to make some plans for school kids in the winter snow pennsylvania senate bill was just approved that would allow school districts to institute flexible instruction days that would mean no more snow days during winter storms instead students would telecommute completing assignments at home it's likely to face a blizzard of opposition especially from kids at my bet on a bad idea that will make said pennsylvania governor tom wolfe now has to sign the bill into law and then it would go into effect in sixty days when did you let c._b._s. news new york no days off for us here in the newsroom and we're gonna pass that mentality onto you to keep you up to speed on everything you need to know from w._b._z. newsradio we are just a command away with your smart speaker just say play w._b._z. newsradio on iheartradio and you can take us with you wherever you go on your.
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"Two thousand nineteen event here in the White Mountain, seventy New Hampshire stylish for those headphones wisdom on right off before her phones, set for phone with you tonight. Of course, I'm aria Damaso joined today by I mean Freeman and the nobody formerly known as Rich Paul. And if you somehow know enhance this time yes you are on acid right now. Yeah. So I if I'm if I'm stranger than usual. That's why forgive me. I'm going to be like a box of chocolates. You never know what you can get. Fair point. So you were having a discussion just a moment ago. I don't remember what it was about. But we decided tripping on the radio, I remember that. Yeah, I remember that which is kind of meta because we're triggered on the radio or at least I am. Well, yeah. You are I tried to yesterday. I mean allegedly. Halfway through the first segment was when the acid just kicked in like halfway through, and I was trying to a loan, and I was alone and trying to describe the better world project and just sudden God just suddenly it was. Oh. This. Yeah, thanks for that. By the way, rich must Must be be here. here for you were not. You were supposed to be here for yesterday. And we're not. I told you, if you want somebody somewhere at a certain time they'd better start two hours, well that would help that helps too. And that's why the two-way radios are nice could be like rich. Where are you busy, sending locate me and let me know what's going on? I'm a master at pretending. I knew what was going along all along. So it's okay, just, you know, clue me in on what I'm supposed to be pretending. I knew and I'll fall right into the game. We'll plus when, when you the nice thing about the two-way radios here at the campground is not everyone has to have them for them to be affective. So if I'm looking for rich and you have your own radio, but if you didn't. I'd be like has anybody seen Rich Paul? And then there's a good chance that somebody somewhere else in the campground has just seen him or can still see him. And then they'll be like, yeah, I see him he's over by the pool, and then boom, you make you make the connection even though the other person didn't have a radio. It's an excellent communication method. I mean, especially for a secluded place like this, where the internet is just terrible for the most part. Yeah. And the nice thing is it works independently of the internet. It will work in a state of government collapse. So it builds the infrastructure that you need to deal with, you know, say we have a revolution will they? Okay. They took communication systems off lied what we have. We got these nifty, hand-held radios very good points as well. So people already being accustomed to using the radios would certainly be ideal. It was like the mesh network that we were talking about yesterday. You have to have the infrastructure there. The failure rights build it on the spot. You learn to use that infrastructure as the interface through, which you talk to the internet. And then you just have a bunch of little balls. Amash all you have to do is we'll see the mesh network as I understand. It is not mitt to talk to the internet is meant to replace the internet. Well, it, it can it can't replace the internet while excludes all the internet. Is it just set of rules? But it works over the same set of rules. So you can't you can't. Nuts. It's more peer to peer where the internet is more server based will the thing wasn't originally designed to be service server based, one of the original design internet wasn't they worldwide web was well, that's, that's the thing is, there is a big change between the internet and worldwide web where what design goals of the internet was you're supposed to be speaking of worldwide web, I meant to mention this early on free talk live. I will forget it right. The fork fest spoon. Fork things giving away..
"white mountains" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It happens right before the porcupine freedom festival. Also on this for fest pork fest, now called the White Mountains. They're not white during June. But as decentralized, which means that no one is in charged. And that there's no ticket cost just reserve your camping or RV site or your motel room with Rogers campground. There's a cost for the site of his sleep. But that's not ours. No Naka simply relaxing, go camping with other liberty lovers or you can have create whatever experienced you'd like to have believe there is Jay noon who hosts free talk live. I think on Thursday nights is going to be doing sort of band camp there. There was a chess tournament, their last year that didn't get a lot of attendees, but still happen, a lot of cool stuff happens because it's all just, hey, I feel like doing this thing. Let's do this thing. Why not? You can connect with other fork festers via the unofficial telegram chat. Or they fork fest forum, because all of it is unofficial links to those are on the unofficial website. Fork, fest dot party was more. That's fork, fest dot party is going to be an awesome event, and I look forward to it. Let's get back to the phones. We've got David calling in from New Mexico, David. What is on your mind? Your own free talk live. Several.
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"Up to the White Mountains there. But, you know that's not going to last forever. And how we utilize and how we save. And how we manage our water is, what really here in Arizona really best out of all places on the planet. We're placed that water, the desert's more critical. We can grow more life and live with more beautiful life. You know, based on how we allies water, so it's really the key. I mean, this is a beautiful state with our climate and it's great that we have some golden than their hills. But the most the second most valuable asset the number one most valuable asset, here's the people but behind the people the next. Biggest asset is water and somehow it managed. It's critical you. It's so much more beneficial to our plans to put it on properly. So when we're watering plants, we wanna deep water that pushes the salts away, because our water does sometimes have more salt, and then the roots and the plants go deeper, and then they can use less water. We lose less to evaporate, and so lots of different theories, and there will get right to the phones first color, the morning, we have Mr. Dennis. Different studio today. So I had a slide over the phones. Denison tempe. Good morning Dennis. Good morning. How are you, sir? I'm doing fine question. How do you get rid of crabgrass? Well, there are pretty good sprays for crabgrass than this special crab gas killers, and they're very selective. They're not gonna kill remember to grass and the only thing you have to be a little careful of it is volatile using this time of year. So when you're spraying it you wanna spray it early in the morning, not when the winds blowing, but most of them are going to work pretty well, but aside from that mechanically. It's really tough, you know competes so well, and it just hard to kill so you really have to use a chemical spray on it. Okay. All right. Time to plant fescue grass. Well, if you lived in Las Vegas, Tucson and be right now, but fetchy grass here in Phoenix, I've never really seen a lot of great lawns with fescue here does fantastic in Tucson does fantastic in Las Vegas. But here in the valley, just seems to be a little too hot in the summer for it. Okay. How about under under trees? Does it work? Well, they're not especially I mean, you'd be better off with Qendra. Okay. Saying august. But if you want to grow some Saint Augustine you could do that. You could plant that now as well. Okay. All right. Oh, great. Okay. All right. Well, thank you very much. Have a good weekend. Happy Memorial Day. Bye bye. Oh, let's see next up. We've got Rick and Mesa. Good morning, Rick. Morning, sir. How are you today? How are you? Great. Thank you. I have a question about husky cherry red tomatoes. Okay. And we have a problem with the, the leaves are all Brown, and crispy on the on all the extremities of plants. There's still green good leaves down lower. But every everything up high just starts getting Brown and crispy, and I was wondering what I'm doing. Wrong sounds like to be rookie. Have put too much fertilizer on. Too much. You might have a bird with nitrogen, and I don't know that, that plants can recover this year. It may I kinda doubt. It said the one thing you could try to do to cure, it's to leaks the fertilizer out of the soil. What type of fertilizer of used? That I don't know. I'm calling for my wife and I don't have that she probably put too much fertilizer on, whoever the person fertilizing was, so what you wanted to try to lead the fertilizer plant. So if you can just water around the pots or in the ground, they are in pot okay that's gonna make it easier to Leach. So just water them three or four times. And let the water run through the pots all the same day that should Leach out, most the fertilizer, and then stand back and wait three or four days and see if they start to pop out new buds and grow. It's the perfect we normally have weather now that the speak on. But there's certainly a chance right now for them to come back out. And so I would try to leave some very heavily. Would I have you talked about is Makoto in the past and different things? And I have that is that something that would be better used in here as far as flow released an excellent fertilizer for any kind of thing growing any container, and I would certainly recommend it, but not now. I mean now eliminate the nitrogen, so we want to lead it out. But no normal plant food to grow with Oz. Makoto containers is very easy to use. Okay. I'll make sure well next season or whatever. That's still. We still have nice tomatoes, you might still try another another round. Who knows? He may never get one hundred this year. I don't know whether it's been whether it's very much, but yeah, usually it'd be too late. Thanks, rick. All right. Bye-bye. For some reason, you do want to try more tomatoes, this time of year. What I would really recommend Pearson. Pearson's. We'll take the heat better and then almost and the other. The other thing is just regular giant cherries. Sweet one hundreds in those three varieties will take the heat better lasts longer into the summer, and who knows we may have the summer that just doesn't get so hot wouldn't plan on it, though..
"white mountains" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"It's happening the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire at Rogers campground. It's an incredibly lovely place to spend some time. And I don't know if we officially announce this yet, but Chris you have bought a sponsorship on behalf of fork fast have not hor keep pine freedom festival. So I've been meaning to do a blog post about it. I just haven't had a chance to really get it done this week. So hopefully sometime over the weekend, I'll do it. But yeah, we're breaking the news here. It's official fork fest. Twenty nineteen is the sponsor of the porcupine freedom festival, which is very festival from which fork fest fort off of in the first place. So I think that's a nice thing to see the two festivals kind of, you know, promoting one another, and I think that for those who are looking for the ultimate experience spending. Some time in New Hampshire checking out what the communities like goes, both both of them for festive coast, of course, will cost you nothing. As far as tickets are concerned because there are no tickets to fort fest. Now there are tickets to the porcupine freedom festival. So that's a little different. But forecast party is the website where you can go to learn more. It's unofficial because everything with forecast is. Unofficial there's no board of directors. There's no, you know, organizers anybody who wants to sponsor something and call it folk fest, Ken, absolutely. You can call whatever you want. You don't even have to call it forecast. A new. Smalley fest was was a name that was and there were some others as well. Yup. Band camp. That's one of the ones that I think's kind of fun. So forecast dot party go there, you can connect to the fork fest telegram chat room. Also, the fork fest forum where people have been posting some threads about the things that they're planning on doing. Because that's the idea is since it's decentralized. You have to decide what you wanna do if anything to provide something for other people to do. So like some people they they're calling his to entertain maybe they wanna put a musical event on. Maybe they wanna do a play. Maybe they wanna do speaker series. Maybe they want to have a poker game a poker table, or whatever. These are all things that could be done. Some of them may be will be done and some people want to cook for others. I hear Vincent you. And Matt are putting together a some sort of food booth. Absolutely. So that's very exciting. And this, you know, whatever people feel called to do maybe you feel called to just show up in hang out. You can do that too. Yeah. There's isn't there? Some sort of. Man camps going to be there. Yeah. J news. One of our co host on Wednesday night is going to be doing man camp. The guys from any pay global or going to be throwing basically a dance party from what I understand. There. And then there's a rumor that the big a dance party may be moving. I don't know if it's true or not I don't want wanna say for sure right now because I don't. Probably keep silent until we get competition. But either way the the the guys from any pay they're super gay. So you definitely want to show up. But whatever party they throw certainly gonna go check it out fork fest party, we go to David in New Mexico. David you're telling us about a judge another corrupt judge what's going on? Keep up with these every day. There's a new one get them out fast enough Torrance county, New Mexico, a current judge who still on the bench as of right now who used to be the sheriff until recently. And when he went out of the sheriff's office became a judge replaced by the next year. They did an inventory of all the didn't match up with the with the purchase record. And that that that the president? And so, and so they started doing some investigation turns out that a lot of that was found at the home of the of the former sheriff. I guess it right then. So he was buying a bunch of stuff. And then just bring it home. Yeah. Even more than that. He's got a business called old mill feed store, Edgewood, New Mexico that was selling a firearm that had been a modified with money from the county funds as well. Liquidating this stuff. So so they're looking at him for this embezzlement with one hundred fifty seven thousand dollars is what they edited far jump change. It is. Sheriffs level you're probably making a hundred grand a year period. I mean, just on your paycheck. Oh, at least twenty thousand dollars. Cops chester. I mean, that's the guy who arrested me was one hundred twenty thousand amazing. Yeah. I I won't name the other. There's another sheriff. There was doing the exact same thing. Few years back who I don't think he ever got charged criminally. But he lost his job. I won't name them on my Facebook. But this isn't the first time for a sheriff doing that in New Mexico. And at the moment, we still have a Tommy Roe della believe his name is from northern New Mexico in prison in Texas right now for pulling a gun on a civilian during a road rage incident. So anyway. Oh can't keep up. Thanks for the call tonight. David appreciate the story toll free number. If you wanna join us here. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. Then you're sharing with us some cockamamie plan from Elizabeth Warren about how she wants to turn the government land into some sort of fighters. She wants to make the land fight Lyme in layers climate change slayers. Yes. So she wants to put solar panels and wind on this government provide ten percent of nations energy, it's not a whole lot. But regardless she's prepared to spend billions of taxpayer dollars. Absolutely. So wait the government getting paid for this not the other way round well in theory. Yeah. But. Lane. Dow that's what they're talking about. It's insane. If they're going to be getting if they're going to be paying guessing, it's the government. Oh, okay. I wouldn't surprise me. If what you're saying was true. That's why I'm like, that's crazy. I'm sure it's going to get crazier. Let's keep proposing to make public land's renewable energy friendly is a new actions were taken at the end of the Obama administration. Put a moratorium on new leasing for coal mining on public lands, but Pacino says this would put policy back on track. After Trump's changes in expand moratorium to fossil fuels ever been coal put Trump's net the next part of her plan. Put Trump's national monument rollbacks down flip them, reverse them in December of two thousand seventeen President Trump's shrunk Utah's bear years in grand staircase Escalante national monuments by a total of two million acres removing protections from over one hundred thousand archaeological sites angering both conservationists and native American nations Orrin says she'd use a forties given to her by being tick Witty's act, which allows the president to designate national monuments to restore monuments affected by Trump to original size. So. Clear a monument isn't just like the statue of liberty. Mount Rushmore monument is some massive swath of land. That's what she's calling a monument that they've cut. They've cut acres thousands of acres out of these so-called monuments, it appears so or at least that's what they it's like under an umbrella of monuments. Right. Like, you know, monuments have this western notion of monuments being like, you know, a Greek pantheon or like. We small I guess it could be like a monument of a Coulter, right? Like, you know of a native American burial ground or if former village or something that's what you know, the crazy thing about this is these changes in laws to like undo the bad stuff. That was the has already been done is they've already undermined the industries that were operating so they've left, and it's not even cost effective to like Reese, ubstantially them in the United States. So like, the changes that you're.
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"Regal is there the construction elevator snaking sixty five stories up the outside of one dalton is noisy but he gets the job done taking boston mayor marty walsh up to check out the view after the building is topped off that is the last beam latam place it up uh skyline more anything i it just shows grow boston's growth it shows where we're heading as as the world class city international city and spoke with developer john fish as we were i'd i with the pru directly across the straight of the high rise billings of every appropriate densities i think is important big one of the biggest challenge we have to keep an eye on his affordable housing who can build all these beautiful building but we have to we have to take care of people on top Top of one Dalton Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty by the way to developer says. From the highest point you can see, as far as the Boston Harbor. Even Charles river from the berkshires. The White Mountains and on a nice clear day you can even see all the way down to Cape Cod in North Carolina police say a kid selling. Lemonade Saturday in, town of Monroe was robbed they. Call it a, new low nine year old Mark David says the thieves us what looked like. A gun and took seventeen dollars in cash box Union, County sheriff's spokesman Tony Underwood says they found a camouflage. Hat along with a black BB handgun and a stolen metal ten in the nearby woods working, with neighbors were looking for, surveillance camera video anything that might lead us through their densification of this person deputies also believe the suspect left a bicycle. And a brush for his getaway. And in Rhode Island police shut down a children's lemonade stand and Newport's famed cliff walk citing, a local ordinance that's, aimed at keeping the trail commercial free the kids Reportedly were not charging. For the lemonade but we're accepting donations a police officer was captured on video saying they had to move, along the department says it is, not hunting lemonade. Stands but defended the officer the, ordinance currently banned all concessions on cliff walk including by people accepting tips for free, items by the way the. Cliff walk is the most visited tourist. Attraction in Rhode Island WBZ news time to fifty. Two. And now this story a national shortage of a lifesaving drug has apparently only gotten worse no. One knows how many. Kids carry epipens in their backpacks emergency treatment in the event of an allergic reaction but in case after case families are having, trouble finding epipens Megan Brunson lives in suburban Dallas. This is really a bigger issue than just me trying to. Get a prescription for my son her eleven year old son has a peanut allergy that could threaten, his, life she bit the bullet, skip the insurance and. Found a, supplier of injectable medication before the start of the school, year Jim. Ryan ABC ABC news from horse and buggy to more traditional right. Shares across the pond Indian ride hailing service Ola, is stepping up its. Entire international expansion with ongoing plans to launch an, a UK its, second overseas market the company. Has one operating, licenses for South Wales as well as Greater Manchester the app based company says it will be offering. Private cars as well, as Britain's famed black taxis Ola says it is working closely with. Local authorities to expand across Britain by the end of this, year the company's ambitions and goals are to set. And to add pressure on, Uber in Britain where it.
Canada approves recreational use of marijuana
"To give themselves some extra time getting to work this morning shuttle buses are replacing red line service in both directions between north quincy and jfk u mass due to a power problem the tsa begins enforcing new roles today on the amount of powder allowed in carry on bags passengers are urged to pack larger containers and checked luggage and remove smaller containers from carry ons for separate screening and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a large scale cannabis farm in other news dow disciplinary proceedings continue against the exskipper of a us navy destroyer that collided with a tanker vessel the commanding officer of the us fitzgerald will be headed to a general court martial for last year's deadly collision see that killed seven sailors commander bryce benson waived his right to a preliminary court hearing because he wanted to defend himself at trial benson is charged with negligent theralac of duty and negligent hazarding a vessel no date has been set for benson's court marshal louis martinez abc news the pentagon a gloucester fisherman is injured after being struck by cable while setting a lobster trap firefighters bordered a coastguard vessel to rescue the victim offshore the man suffered a leg dream was transported to a local hospital his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening the national weather service confirms to tornadoes touched down in new hampshire's white mountains on monday the twisters form during the afternoon in the midst of three tornado warnings being issued in the northern part of the grant estate over a ninety minute stretch new hampshire on average experiences only one tornado a year middle school students in ashland get a whiff of history thankfully not jim close after a locker is on sealed after twenty five years here's wbz's bernice corpuz reports number one thirty is not like any storage space at david mundell school in fact it has its own plaque which says it contains the year of nineteen ninetythree sean thorpe decided to turn the locker into a time capsule that year and he stuffed it with a number of published materials including newspapers copies of sports illustrated and even a catalogue from jc penney field it my prediction was we'd be flying to this event open it up in our like jetson flying cars or something and that didn't happen the locker was unsealed monday in front of students who have never seen a catalog in their lives flipping through the jc penney catalog the early nineties we're in an era of high fashion for sure in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty canada becomes a second country in the world to make marijuana legal nationwide the senate gave final passage yesterday to the government's bill to legalize recreational cannabis prime minister justin trudeau had hoped to make pot legal by july first but provincial and territorial governments will need eight to twelve weeks to publish regulations here in the us nine states including massachusetts and the district of columbia now allow for recreational marijuana use thirty allow for medical use wbz news time now six twenty two in entertainment news a country music stars trying the personal touch to resolving the detention facilities crisis willie nelson has invited president donald trump asking him to join him at one of the detention centers at the us mexican border he says he hopes to visit will provide a better understanding of what is going on a number of celebrities have raised their voices in protest of a policy among those public among those publicly denouncing the detentions a common ellen degeneres and oprah winfrey former talk show host tweeting to her forty two million plus followers they'd be torn from their parents can't stand it that is reporter oscar wells gabriel we have a critical weather alerts report caused damage across the region thousands left without power if you don't like the weather in new england ray flooding streets we in power just wait.
Mario Batali's company to cut all ties over "chilling" allegations
"Being here those comments come after newness asked the justice department to comply with his request regarding a confidential source the new york times is reporting that an fbi informant met with the trump team in two thousand sixteen over alleged meetings between campaign aides and russian operatives secretary of state mike pompeo is threatening to place the strongest sanctions in history on iran if it's government doesn't change course he says iran must stop enrichment of uranium and never preprocessed plutonium iran's foreign minister says us to pump diplomacy is quote imprisoned by delusions and quote a big area of arizona's high country will be in critical fire danger again today emily thornton with the national weather service in flagstaff says they've issued a red flag warning from noon until seven that includes pine top lakeside shallow and the white mountains in eastern arizona wins today could he guess thirty five to forty miles per hour in addition to this wind very low relative humidity so very dry conditions across portions of eastern arizona campfire and smoking restrictions are up across the state and sections of the coconino and tanto national forest will be closed on wednesday olympic swimmer arianna kuku cores smith and her lawyers announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against usa swimming for not doing enough to protect her today's filing represents the next step in that healing process i began back in january and is about accountability and ultimately prevention cougars smith i went public with sexual allegations about her coach shaun hutchinson in february claiming he sexually abused her for a decade chef mario batali is being investigated in the second alleged sexual assaults police sources told abc news the nypd is investigating mariel battalion connection with two instances of alleged sexual assault one involved a former employee who told sixty minutes battalion drugged and assaulted her the second allegation data to two thousand four and came to the attention of sex crimes detectives late last year it involved a woman who alleged she was at a battalion restaurant lost consciousness and found battalion on top of her when she awoke the tally walked away from his business empire and was removed as co host of the daytime program the chew he is apologizing for his prior behavior but denied assault aaron katersky abc news new york we're coming up on twelve oh seven and with traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center bob we got a crash in the sixteenth span approaching sossamon this one is off right.