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05:56 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American. Let's continue. We never stopped. Simply continue in about an hour, So we're gonna have Tony Bender. Good friend should be here. Which is course Governor Mike DeWine about what's going on. Two o'clock or so will carry that for you live as long as it is interesting and newsworthy. But until then, last night, the school board got together and essentially said nothing and a babbling, incoherent sense. Sounds like a radio talk show host. In which they decided in a week to take up the issue when to start school or not to start school, But they also said last night that athletics can proceed non contact sports Maybe this week and then football whatever next week, but none other emails were out this morning to give us different information. Nicole Frederick, who's a concerned parent and a mentor with Withrow High School, the home of the Tigers. I was online. I think for 4.5 hours it was a virtual meeting. Of course. It was too dangerous for the school board to get together. 6 ft apart. It was too much danger. But Nicole Frederick, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Well this afternoon talk to me about I kind of got in and got out. I couldn't take it anymore. Kind of give us the overview After 4.5 hours of babbling what Score school board family decide to do If anything, it was like it was like a comedy show. It was exhausting. Um, well after 4.5 hours, they would touch on it and they would go back and you know all this other business talk about it. Finally, at the end, it was approaching 11 o'clock at night, and they decided to say that CPS sports could move forward. Okay, So I'm very, very excited the relief and you could just hear the kids just so excited. You know, all across the city that this was happening, but they even then it was very confusing on exactly what they were saying. I believe there was an email that went out this morning to clarify it. Basically they're allowing the CPS athletic teams to do, um, inter district competitions, meaning they could only play schools within the district. This tweak ifyou're a contact sport may clarify noncontact starting play whoever they want your tennis your cross country. Those people your contact like your field hockey football. Those guys Interdistrict this week and interscholastic starting next week, and so at this point is I understand. On Friday night with Rose not going to play a condor taps not gonna play Schroeder. Or are they? That is a district so, yes, they would be allowed to play someone because those air CPS schools this Friday night, then starting next Friday night, which really affect schools like Walnut Hills and Clark because they are in different leagues that Include schools outside of the district. Your Withrow, You're Taft. You're huge. Your Woodward. They all are part of the C. Max. So they play each other anyway. Um, but The other schools would then be able to get back into their competition, your wallet and your Clark so nobody knows. Essentially, you think the E Mail's Today there may be games Friday night likely and maybe more likely games next Friday night. But in the meantime, scholastically, which is academically we're told by every expert in the world that Kenny Garden to the third or fourth grade, are critical in a child's education. As faras reading computing getting into the regiment and the regiment of Educational pursuit of excellence. What is the status of a 1st 2nd 3rd 4th grader at CPS. For the last six months or more. They've been out of school. No money can actually say honestly, not even Tony Bender. That river kind of remote learning works. You can teach a second grader and a dysfunctional environment and CPS. You can't teach that kid how to read because it doesn't work remote. What is the status of remote learning? Would CPS as we speak? That was also a big, muddy water. Last night, they went back and had a lot of discussion. I know that one of the members Messer he actually has younger Children in the system, and he was the first one to voice a big concern about how hard it was for him. And he even said, I have the resources to hire somebody. And he did hire a tutor to help during the day with his young Children, and that tutor quit and said, I can't do this. This is too hard. I can't do it. And so you can imagine someone has the resources to have this extra help. Come in. How the hell are other people in the district getting their young Children to learn how to read? In other words, that is not in all fairness that is not happening. And there's about 6000 kids and CPS in the district who have been disconnected for six months. They're likely to be disconnected for the foreseeable future for a long time, which means there'll be no reading learned, which means the problems caused by the school board here is unbridled. Is there any indication next Monday? That CPS will open it up completely. The answer, of course, is no correct. They have three choices. Open completely or secondly, a little bit in a little bit out, or thirdly, stay remote. You got any gleaning from any of the five school board members? Is it five or seven? I think it's 77. They were all remote, You know, never know who was talking in anyone. Point. Is there a sense? The best That could be his two days in and three days out. They went back and forth, kicking that whole thing around. You're right. There are these different choices, but the president Caroline Jones, She made a point somewhere during their to say..

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American. Let's continue. We never stopped. Simply continue in about an hour. So we're gonna have Tony Bender is good friend should be here, which is, of course, Governor Mike DeWine about what's going on. Two o'clock or so will carry that for you live as long as it is interesting and newsworthy. But until then, last night, the school board got together and essentially said nothing and a babbling in coherence sense sounds like a radio talk show host. In which they decided in a week to take up the issue when to start school or not to start school, But they also said last night that athletics can proceed non contact sports Maybe this week and then football whatever next week, But now another emails were out this morning to give us different information. Nicole Frederick, who's a concerned parent and a mentor with Withrow High School, the home of the Tigers. I was online. I think for 4.5 hours it was a virtual meeting. Of course. It was too dangerous for the school board to get together. 6 Ft. Apart is too much danger. But Nicole Frederick, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Well this afternoon talk to me about I kind of got in and got out. I couldn't take it anymore. Kind of give us the overview After 4.5 hours of babbling what Score school board family decide to do If anything, I was like it was like a comedy show. The other is exhausting. Um, well after 4.5 hours, they would touch on it and they would go back and you know, made all the other business talk about. Finally, at the end, it was approaching 11 o'clock at night. And they decided to say that CPS sports could move forward. Okay, So I'm very, very excited the relief and you could just hear the kids just so excited. You know, all across the city, but this is happening, but they even then it was very confusing on exactly what they were saying. I believe there was an email that went out this morning to clarify it, but basically, they're allowing the CPS athletic teams. To do, um, inter district competitions, meaning they could only play schools within the district this week. If you're a contact sport may clarify Noncontact, starting play whoever they want your tennis your cross country. Those people your contact like your field hockey football. Those guys Interdistrict this week and interscholastic starting next week, and so at this point is I understand on Friday night with Rose not going to play a cantor taps not gonna play Schroeder. Or are they? That is a district so, yes, they would be allowed to play someone because those air CPS schools this Friday night, then starting next Friday night, which really affect schools like Walnut Hills and Clark because they are in different leagues that Include schools outside of the district. Your Withrow, You're Taft. You're huge. Your Woodward. They all are part of the C. Max. So they play each other anyway, Um, but the other schools would then be able to get back into their competition, Your wallet and your Clark so nobody knows. Essentially, you think the E Mail's today there may be games Friday night. Likely and maybe more likely games next Friday night. But in the meantime, scholastically which is academically we're told by every expert in the world That Kenny Garden to the third or fourth grade are critical in a child's education as faras reading computing getting into the region, the regimen of educational pursuit of excellence. What is the status of a 1st 2nd 3rd 4th grader at C. P s. For the last six months or more. They've been out of school. No money can actually say honestly, not even Tony Bender. That river kind of remote learning works. You can teach a second grader and a dysfunctional environment in CPS. You can't teach that kid how to read because it doesn't work remote. What is the status of remote learning? Would CPS as we speak? That was also a big, muddy water last night, and they went back and had a lot of discussion. I know that one of the members Messer he actually has younger Children in the system, and he was the first one to voice a big concern about how hard it was for him, and he even said I have the resources to hire somebody, and he did hire a tutor to help during the day. With his young Children, and that tutor quit that. I can't do this. This is too hard. I can't do it. And so you can imagine someone has the resources to have this extra help. Come in. How the hell are other people in the district getting their young Children to learn how to read, in other words, that is not in all fairness that is not happening, and there's about 6000 kids and CPS in the district. Who have been disconnected for six months. They're likely to be disconnected for the foreseeable future for a long time, which means there'll be no reading learned, which means the problems caused by the school board here is unbridled. Is there any indication next Monday that CPS will open it up completely? The answer, of course, is no correct. They have three choices. Open completely or secondly, a little bit in a little bit out, or thirdly, stay remote. You got any gleaning from any of the five school board members? Is it five or seven? I think it's 77. They're all remote. You don't never know who was talking in anyone. Point. Is there a sense the best it can be is two days in and three days out, they they went back and forth, kicking that whole thing around. You're right. There are these different choices, but the president Caroline Jones, She made a point somewhere during their to say..

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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07:25 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy coming in the Great American. And as you know, there was a lot of high school football played on Friday. Lot of soccer. I see Saint ex went down again in football. In a ridiculous ending to the game. Rocky Boy men should take over that football program. Sand ex look terrible lost the game. Deer Park did not play all of it just all of its starters at Indian Hill on Friday night. I think Indian hell beat Deer Park and football 45 to 0, but they're saving a lot of their better players to put him in against more important opponents. And I also note that college football began with Austin P. I also note the Cleveland Browns and the Bangles are scrimmaging. Right here on the Big one yesterday. The defense beat the offense last night. I also note that there's lots of efforts in many parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana to get football back on the field. We're not sure what's going to happen and the bluegrass because Bashir is in full mode of shutting things down again, which is what Democrats like to do. But there's an effort at CPS since nine public schools to hashtag let us play with all the positive aspects that includes, which is formation of a young man or young woman. Show up on time. Follow the rules. Get good grades. Get a scholarship move on with life. Mike and many other liberal progressive communities. They don't want that to happen. And so as a consequence, the only large school district within the sound of my voice in Ohio that cannot play any false sports, including girls, Soccer and boys soccer. Since nine public schools and there are many concerned taxpayers, parents, teachers and whatever involved in CPS to kind of bring football and all fall sports back to C. P S, which is critical in the formation. Of a young man or young woman. They hashtag is let us play and one of the volunteers and one of those helping mentoring is Nicole. Frederick. She is a taxpayer in Cincinnati and a cold, Frederick. Welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Nicole, How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you? Good. Good go. That's layout. I'm watching Friday night, all of the football follies going on all the scores. What's happening? I listen to the Bangles last night. I'm watching college football Take place. I'm watching boys. Soccer. I'm watching Madeira beat up on Indian Hill again. And boys Soccer. I'm watching girls soccer. Going, at least on TV. I'm watching getting all the scores what is happening in the Cincinnati public school system relative to all fall sports as we speak Monday afternoon. What's happening right now in Cincinnati public schools All false sport. Are allowed to do every single thing from your practice to your weight room to your drills watching game film two scrimmages. They just can't play a game. So as I get so for five or six days a week The football team, The girls soccer team, Whatever it might be, they're running around. They're mating. They're getting ready. But there's no games No. On August 2nd, the superintendent of since a public schools, Lar Mitchell, made the decision to delay all competition so games until the school goes from being remote learning to in person learning And that's not gonna happen until the end of September. So that's a good four weeks away, so the earliest game might be the first of October. She gave an interview a few days ago and what she said they mean revisit the issue in about A few more days. Isn't there a big meeting on Wednesday? There is a big meeting down at the board of Education. I believe the time has been changed to four o'clock. And we know this because there is a a rally that is being scheduled. That's kind of a grassroots initiative to be a good visual toe. Let her know that this needs to be revisited and it needs to be reversed, just like many of the other inner city. School districts around the state had been doing I mean Columbus, just reverse that date in public just reversed it. Akron is probably voting to reverse it today. It needs to be looked at the data does not support Not having these kids play, especially since they've been doing this since June. And one might ask. I've asked the question and I don't get a definitive answer. As we sit here on August 31st I'm told that there's not one child of the 36,000 and CPS that have passed away. I'm also told that anyone's knowledge, not one child of the 36,000 CPS. He's gone to the hospital. So this is a circumstance where is extremely rare. It's prohibiting something not likely to occur anyway. Exactly. You have over 1500 state and athletes and over 175 coaches in fall sports alone in CPS on they are proceeding with caution. They have all their protocols in place because they want to play and they've done an excellent job. I am at Withrow High School for the football team, basically every day, delivering individual peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for these student athletes. And I watched the dedication that these individuals and the players are doing so that they can proceed and play their games. It's safe if they are watching everyone else around them. Including Indiana. And other counties play football and they can't do it. I mean, I heard, um some of them just so dejected that they were watching the LaSalle elder game online. And they weren't able to play there Friday and game and they see a next playing on ESPN two and they're not allowed to play their game for no reason. The data does not support them not going forward. I have statistics on Friday evening. These things were released late at night and Friday in Washington, D C Because It's explosive, but it's not well covered in the media because it doesn't fit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report late Friday night showing that only 9683 Americans or 6%. Have died with only having covert 19 listed on the death certificate. The other 94% 94% of the 86,000 died with comb abilities that included pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure and kidney failure and that this means that On the death certificate. You have to put the cause of death and 94% of the cases of fatalities from covert 19. There were comb abilities that caused the death. They died with covert 19. Not because of covert 19 and as Faras youth dying in the entire country. There's about 100. I don't know. 180 million kids in the country on We've had deaths less than 100 Children of 180 Million and that includes Children that have serious health problems underlying conditions. Absolutely. This is not something to fear is something to worry about. Protect yourself, But it's not the bubonic plague. Absolutely. And I'm like you. I watch data. And even though I know that, you know the data can be flawed, too, because we're seeing all kinds of different cues, but I watched the Ohio Covad dashboard..

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04:14 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The great majority justified then black civilian slash criminals twice as many white even though the police come in contact with both races and about equal numbers. The ratio is not to the population, the ratios to those that come in contact with And lastly, How often is it in America? Do you comply with what the police tell you to do? And you still get shot. Comply matter who you are comply. Rarely does it happen that a person a civilian absolutely complies with everything the officer said to do and you still get shot. Does that happen? It probably does somewhere you might think about Parana Taylor, but she was lying in bed. That was a mistake. An accident. As faras complying with the police and getting shot. That's the message. It's not about white supremacy or ah or some sort of situational racism. What it is is comply with the police and you don't get shot. If you don't comply, Events spiral out of control. Who knows what's gonna happen? It's continuing their calls. We have thousands. Untold millions were listening coming up. Next is a fine American, A woman who wants to talk about what's happening in and CPS and how things could get better. In Cincinnati. Of course at this point is very difficult because they're not playing sports at all. But coming up, we'll be Laura. What will be an expert on what you can do? And since I public schools in the next few days, maybe change the politics of what's going on Nicole Frederick will be here. Nicole Frederick, who's a leader? Mentoring and Withrow High school to talk about what's happening and what CPS should do about allowing these kids to play a false sports, which is critical now. Cole Frederick coming up next It's your home of the Reds. Hopefully, they're going to win a game tonight against ST Louis. A news radio 700 wlw 700 wlw, Ohio's governor weighs in on the latest trump controversy. Nice Andy Collins. 700 wlw dot com Governor Dwyane on ABC is this week Sunday morning. Asked about a couple of different important issues by host Martha Raddatz. First mail in voting. Is it going to work? We have a very good system in Ohio for many years to decades, I think voters have been able to vote absentee with no reason. Wine says the state is sending an application now to vote from home. Every voter in Ohio is getting it. You can fill that out. They can send that in will get their absentee ballot back. We're asking people if you're going to vote that way, uh, you know to do it is really as you can. The application is coming now send it in, and then they'll send you a secure ballot beginning October 6th. One was also asked about the explosive story being confirmed by multiple news organizations about disparaging remarks allegedly made by the president about veterans and the war dead. Those being provided by anonymous sources to reporters. People should come forward if you know Anonymous sources are interesting, but you know, it's never going to have the credibility, I think for the general public or someone you know people actually come forward. The Atlantic editor in chief says the source's heir credible and known to them, and the Atlantic editor says that he expects more confirmations to come forward. Pope Francis says there is a plague in the world worse than covert 19. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome, Pope Francis said Sunday that gossiping is a plague worse than Cove it the pope made the off the cuff comment during his weekly blessing here in Rome, He's often spoken out against gossiping, sometimes aiming his criticism directly at the Vatican bureaucracy. This time. He made the comment when speaking about a Bible passage about the need to correct others privately when they do something wrong, But many survivors of sex abuse say this form of private correction rather than transparency was what allowed sexual predators to operate for so long in the Catholic Church. Megan Williams, ABC News Remember for news any time on demand its 700 wlw dot com I'm Sandy Collins news radio 700 wlw on my Heart Radio online on your smartphone, iPad and tablet 700.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Gemini cancer treatments were delayed and denied its tens of thousands of people have died because of this, and your daughter has a contagious, allegedly fatal disease and she's doing homework. She's doing homework. Yeah, and he had a bowl of chicken noodle soup that I couldn't taste it, but it felt good going down like right. Let's do this. No call Fredrik Wednesday's a big event. The hashtag once again is let us play, especially the kids that needed I would say kids attacked in. Withrow needs more formation in their lives, Then kids at Madeira Deer Park in Indian Hill they're playing one of the best things I've done is watch my little granddaughter run around on the soccer field. It gives girls the sense of belonging a sense of community a sense of success. We need that We talked about football a lot. But the other fall sports are also being denied. And those kids need help to absolute. You've got your cross country you've got your volleyball and even cheerleading. I mean, they're dedicated to their craft. And and I have a daughter in high school right now. It's a nurse. She's a soccer player. They take on M nd two this afternoon at five o'clock, I'll make a bet with you. Yeah, I'm taking Mount Notre Dame to win a bet you a hot fudge sundae from UT F yur Aunt Betty Because Mount Notre Dame, the Cougars will prevail over first line, saying Arcila arced line makes no difference Wherever they play. They win high. Put your money where your mouth is Betty to dip ut f hot fudge sundaes on the line Nicola front or get fired up to get ready for Wednesday night? Yes, let's do it. Let's let these kids play God bless America. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more. That was Nicole Frederica concerned taxpayer in a volunteer and a mentor at Withrow High School for Kids who need it badly. She's on the right track. Your reaction Next. 513749 7000 Bill Cunningham, the Grand American live at some of the Reds. At it again today. ST Louis Cardinals in town. We'll see what happens is David Bell says. We're about to take off. We're about to take off going to stay the course. 26 games remain 26 games remain, and they're about to take off for about to go on a run. Maybe to the toilet. It's continue with more Bill Cunningham news radio 700 wlw 700 WLW Theun.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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07:47 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy coming in the great American. And as you know, there was a lot of high school football played on Friday. Lot of soccer. I see Saint ex went down to get in football. A ridiculous and into the game. Rocky Boy men should take over that football program. Sand ex look terrible lost the game. Deer Park did not play all of this all of its starters at Indian Hill on Friday night. I think Indian hell beat Deer Park and football 45 to 0, but they're saving a lot of their better players to put him in against more important opponents. And I also note that college football began with Austin P. I also note the Cleveland Browns and the Bangles are scrimmaging. Right here on the Big one yesterday. The defense beat the offense last night. I also note that there's lots of efforts in many parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana to get football back on the field. We're not sure what's going to happen and the bluegrass because Bashir is in full mode of shutting things down again, which is what Democrats like to do. But there's an effort at CPS since nine public schools to hashtag let us play with all the positive aspects that includes, which is formation of a young man or young woman. Show up on time. Follow the rules. Get good grades. Get a scholarship move on with life. But like in many other liberal progressive communities, they don't want that to happen. And so as a consequence, the only large school district within the sound of my voice in Ohio that cannot play any false sports, including girls, Soccer and boys soccer. Since their public schools and there are many concerned taxpayers, parents, teachers and whatever involved in CPS to kind of bring football and all fall sports back to C. P S, which is critical in the formation. Of a young man or young woman. They hashtag is let us play and one of the volunteers and one of those helping mentoring is Nicole. Frederick. She is a taxpayer in Cincinnati and a cold, Frederick. Welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Nicole, How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you going to go? Nuts? Layout? I'm watching Friday night, all of the football follies going on all the scores. What's happening? I listen to the Bangles last night. I'm watching college football Take place. I'm watching boys. Soccer. I'm watching Madeira beat up on Indian Hill again. And boys Soccer. I'm watching girls soccer. Going, at least on TV. I'm watching getting all the scores what is happening in the sense of county public school system relative to all fall sports as we speak Monday afternoon. What's happening right now in Cincinnati public schools All fall. Sports are allowed to do every single thing from your practice to your weight room to your drills, Toe watching game film two scrimmages. They just can't play a game now. So as I get so for five or six days a week, the football team the girls soccer team, whatever it might be. They're running around. They're mating. They're getting ready. But there's no games No. On August 2nd, superintendent of since a public schools, Lar Mitchell made the decision to delay all competition so games Until the school goes from being remote learning to in person learning, and that's not gonna happen until the end of September. So that's a good four weeks away, so the earliest game might be the first of October. She gave an interview a few days ago. And what she said. They mean revisit the issue in about a few more days. Isn't there a big meeting on Wednesday? There is a big meeting down at the board of Education. I believe the time has been changed to four o'clock. And we know this because there is a a rally that is being scheduled. That's kind of a grassroots initiative to be a good visual toe. Let her know that this needs to be revisited and it needs to be reversed, just like many of the other inner city. Cool districts around the state had been doing I mean, Columbus, just reverse that date in public. Just reverse it. Akron is probably voting to reverse it today. It needs to be looked at the data does not support Not having these kids play, especially since they've been doing this since June. And one might ask. I've asked the question and I don't get a defendant of answer as we sit here on August 31st I'm told that there's not one child of the 36,000 and CPS that have that's passed away. I'm also told that anyone's knowledge, not one child of the 36,000 CPS. He's gone to the hospital. So this is a circumstance where is extremely rare. It's prohibiting something not likely to occur anyway. Exactly. You have over 1500 state and athletes and over 175 coaches in fall sports alone in CPS, and they are proceeding with caution. They have all their protocols in place because they want to play and they've done an excellent job. I am at Withrow High School for the football team, basically every day, delivering individual peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for these student athletes. And I watched the dedication that these individuals and the players are doing so that they can proceed and play their games. It's safe. They are watching everyone else around them. Including Indiana in other counties play football, and they can't do it. I mean, I heard, um some of them just so dejected that they were watching the LaSalle elder game online. And they weren't able to play there Friday and game and then they see Saint ex playing on ESPN two and they're not allowed to play their game for no reason. The data does not support them not going forward. I have statistics on Friday evening. These things were released late at night and Friday in Washington, D C Because It's explosive, but it's not well covered in the media because it doesn't fit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report late Friday night showing that only 9683 Americans or 6%. Have died with only having covert 19 listed on their death certificate. The other 94% 94% of the 86,000 died with comb abilities that included pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure and kidney failure. And this means that On the death certificate. You have to put the cause of death and 94% of the cases of fatalities from covert 19. There were comb abilities that caused the death. They died with covert 19. Not because of covert 19 and as Faras youth dying in the entire country. There's about 100. I don't know. 180 million kids in the country on We've had deaths less than 100 Children of 180 Million and that includes Children that have serious health problems underlying conditions. Absolutely. This is not something to fear is something to worry about. Protect yourself, But it's not the bubonic plague. Absolutely. And I'm like you. I watch data. And even though I know that, you know the data can be flawed, too, because we're seeing all kinds of different cues, but I watched the Ohio Kobe dashboard. I watched Hamilton County and you know how many of the 11.7 million Oh Highlands. How many aid 0 to 20 have died of Cove it in Ohio. So almost 12 million Buckeyes 12 million Ohioans between the ages of zero and 20. I would say it's under three people, too..

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"No one of them had severe underlying conditions. And of all these other breakouts, the media covers breathlessly whether it's Alabama or whether it's Miami. How many of those kids have actually gone to a hospital? The answer is zero. I mean, well, I'll tell you right now, my oldest daughter has it right now. And I, You know, she's she's isolated. We're doing a social responsible, saying she is not going out. She's self quarantining. You know, for 14 days, she feels a little She's a college student. She's 20 years old. She feels and she's lost and taste and smell. But other than that, she's doing all of her schoolwork. She, you know, doing everything from her room, but she's alive and I feel like she's going to be alive. And I don't want to dismiss and trivialize those who did lose their lives. Because for some families, this is a really This is a real tragic thing, and I don't want to trivialize it. But what I do want to say is the over rotation of the protocols and all this stuff that we've all had to do. Was it really that necessary? No, it wasn't were crashing the American economy, nose rubbed the education of tens of millions of Children clear out all of the individuals from Christ in Jewish and all the other hospitals with all their diagnostic treatment. How many women are going to die of breast cancer? Undiagnosed? How many men are going to die? A priced a cancer undiagnosed. How many cancer treatments are delayed and denied its tens of thousands of people have died because of this, and your daughter has a contagious, allegedly fatal disease, and she's doing homework. She's doing homework. Yeah, and he had a bowl of chicken noodle soup that I couldn't taste it, but it felt good going down. Allright. Goodnight leads through this. No cola Frederick Wednesday's a big event. The hashtag once again is let us Play, especially the kids that needed, I would say kids, a tapped in. Withrow needs more formation in their lives than kids at Madeira Deer Park in Indian Hill, they're playing one of the best things I've done is watch my little granddaughter run around on the soccer field. It gives girls this sense of belonging a sense of community a sense of success. We need that We talked about football a lot. But the other fall sports are also being denied. And those kids need help to absolute. You've got your cross country you've got your volleyball and even cheerleading. I mean, they're dedicated to their craft. And and I have a daughter in high school right now. It's a nurse. She's a soccer player. They take on M nd two this afternoon at five o'clock, I'll make a bet with you. Yeah, I'm taking Mount Notre Dame to win a bet you a hot fudge sundae from UT F yur Aunt Betty Because not Notre Dame. The Cougars will prevail over first line, saying Arcila arced line makes no difference Wherever they play. They win high. Put your money where your mouth is Betty to dip ut f hot fudge sundaes on the line Nicola front or get fired up to get ready for Wednesday night. Yes, Let's do it. Let's let these kids play. God bless America. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more. That was Nicole Frederica concerned taxpayer in a volunteer and a mentor at Withrow High School for Kids who needed badly. She's on the right track. Your reaction Next. 513749 7000 Bill Cunningham, the Grand American lives It's from the Reds at it again today. ST Louis Cardinals in town. We'll see what happens is David Bell says. We're about to take off. About to take off going to stay the course. 26 games remain 26 games remain, and they're about to take off for about to go on a run. Maybe to the toilet. It's continue with more go. Cunningham news radio 700 wlw 700 wlw on.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They hashtag is let us play. And one of the volunteers. And one of those helping mentoring is Nicole Frederick. She is a taxpayer in Cincinnati and a cold, Frederick. Welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Nicole, How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you? Good. Good go. That's layout. I'm watching Friday night, all of the football follies going on all the scores. What's happening? I listen to the Bangles last night. I'm watching college football Take place. I'm watching boys. Soccer. I'm watching Madeira beat up on Indian Hill again. And boys Soccer. I'm watching girls soccer. Going, at least on TV. I'm watching getting all the scores. What's happening? This is not a capital City hall as we think money. Everyone right now is not a public schools all fall. Sports are allowed to do everything on your practice. Deal that your drill like games. L discriminative. They just can't play a game in over a week. Football team the girls soccer team, Whatever be the runaround, we're meeting anybody. There's no school official made a decision like all competition, so games until the school goes from being remote learning to in person learning And that's not gonna happen until the end of September. So that's a good four weeks away, so the earliest game might be the first of October. She gave an interview a few days ago and what she said they mean revisit the issue in about A few more days. Isn't there a big meeting on Wednesday? There is big meeting down at the board of Education. I believe the time has been changed to four o'clock. And we know this because there is a a rally that is being scheduled. That's kind of a grassroots initiative to be a good visual toe. Let her know that this needs to be revisited and it needs to be reversed, just like many of the other inner city. Cool districts around the state had been doing I mean Columbus, just reverse that date in public just reversed it. Akron is probably voting to reverse it today. It needs to be looked at the data does not support Not having these kids play, especially since they've been doing this since June, and one might ask. I've asked the question and I don't get a definitive answer. As we sit here on August 31st I'm told that there's not one child of the 36,000 and CPS that have passed away. I'm also told Not to anyone's knowledge, not one child of the 36,000. CPS has gone to the hospital. So this is a circumstance where is extremely rare. It's prohibiting something not likely to occur anyway. Exactly. You have over 1500 student athletes and over 175 coaches in fall sports alone in CPS on and they are proceeding with caution. They have all their protocols in place because they want to play and they've done an excellent job. I am at Withrow High School for the football team, basically every day, delivering individual peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for these student athletes. And I watched the dedication that these individuals and the players are doing so that they can proceed and play their games. It's safe. They are watching everyone else around them. Including Indiana and other counties play football and they can't do it. And I heard some of that is so dejected that they were watching the LaSalle elder game online and they weren't look later. Find out there. No place for no reason. Dad. It's not that I'm not going forward. I have to take Friday thing. These things were released like that in front of Washington, DC and explosive but is not coming to me but doesn't fit centers for Disease Control. Imagination report lakefront that only 9603 or 6% would have uncovered 19 listen on the other 94%. 94% of the 86,000 died with comb abilities that included pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure and kidney failure. And this means that On the death certificate..

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What the police tell you to do? And you still get shot. Comply matter who you are comply. Rarely does it happen that a person a civilian absolutely complies with everything the officer said to do and you still get shot. Does that happen? It probably does somewhere you might think about around a tailor, but she was lying in bed. That was a mistake. An accident. As faras complying with the police and getting shot. That's the message is not about white supremacy or ah or some sort of situational racism. What it is is comply with the police and you don't get shot. If you don't comply, Events spiral out of control. Who knows what's gonna happen? It's continuing their calls. We have thousands. Untold millions were listening coming up. Next is a fine American, A woman who wants to talk about what's happening in and CPS and how things could get better. In Cincinnati. Of course at this point is very difficult because they're not playing sports at all. But coming up, We'll be Laura. What will be an expert on what you can do? And since I public schools in the next few days, maybe change the politics of what's going on Nicole Frederick will be here, Nicole Frederick Who's a leader of mentoring and Withrow High School to talk about what's happening and what CPS should do about allowing these kids to play a false sports, which is critical. Nicole Frederick coming up next. It's your home of the Reds. Hopefully, they're going to win a game tonight against ST Louis. A news radio 700 wlw. It's a vision a ll tool. Those cards go at each other with bats, balls and menacing glares out of park. Get the call from the cowboy Tommy thrall today at 5 40 on 700 well jump. The home of the Cincinnati Reds..

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"700 wlw Dan Carroll back on the big until nine o'clock tonight. Let's go ahead and get a call and get this out of the way before we move on, Jim, you're on 700 wlw. What do you know about fake hate crimes? Yeah, Since you brought the subject up, I'm just speaking for myself. I think most of them are fake. There's a new book out by a black professor. In the university, Kentucky called a cake crimes how the left is trying to sell a fake race or he was on fall. Ah, fake race for He was on Fox recently and he wrote this book, courageously calling out. Also, there was a book about 20 years ago by a guy named Les aired. Wilcox, which had a very similar name was like fake hate crimes or something like that. And not only this type of thing, but a lot of the Jewish A hate crimes jury students have been caught doing them on camera. You'd think the people that were going going to do a fake eight crime would try to make sure there were no cameras around. So this professor has written a book, and it's got all these hate crimes documented in there right now, saying he's not saying every last one is right. The subtitle of the book is Alba left, is trying to sell a fake. Race war. That's the subtitle on the title is Vacate Crimes. All Right? You know what? I'm gonna look that up and see if I can. I believe it's Wilford O'Reilly or Wilford Riley. I'm driving, so I can't look at my phone. But he's a professor at the black professor at once, like Northern Kentucky and and a major university, Kentucky. I think it's university, Kentucky. Now I'm gonna have to look that up in the sky and see if I can maybe have that author on the future. Not having money. I mean, because I'm always did look and again. I'm not saying these things don't happen. I mean, sometimes they do happen, But you look a like this story about the noose. Okay. What that with with a bubble was Bubba. What's his name? Bub is above all lots and bubble Wallace and that bubble. What That bubble wallet. Ah, bubble, Wallace. Okay, so Go and assist it'sjust the way the media handles these things, and that they blew this thing so out of proportion, And then I saw I came in here that one day And I saw the video that was from a NASCAR reporter, and he's walking around is the same garage and he's walking around. He's talking to different team members and different drivers. It was a truck race it was going on. And all Indians and sought after shot after shot. You can see how these ropes were hanging from these garage doors, and some were straight down somewhere tied in a loop. So you Khun, grab that rope and pull down the garage door if you have to write, and that's it, and that's all it wass. Right. And you know the the other thing about that one is after the fear died down after 25. They said, Well, wait a minute. There's cameras everywhere. Near bubble Wallace and all the other drivers places. This has got to be on camera. What turned out? Nothing was on camera, you know? Yeah. And then I read where the NASCAR television ratings took a hit. I guess on the on the last race they had on and you think about that people are so hungry for sports these that I actually watched. Ah, NASA. I hardly ever watch NASCAR races. But I was so hungry to see something on TV that I can't even tell you what race it was, But it was. It was pretty. You know, It's pretty interesting. That's good race. You've got another 30 seconds. You know, when Trump was elected, a lot of these things appeared one Withrow high school locally, one of thievery, even in college. And at Withrow was like N word. Go, trump. Okay, well, pretty council went there to memorialize. Okay. Trump then said after these were happening all over the joint, he said in public, you know, sometimes your enemies do hate crimes to make you look bad. And that was the last state crime. The last thing the national media of one people to do is think that some of these could be say Caped crime. Yeah, well, you know, I just I just Maybe I'm naive about this, but I just think most people don't have the time or the inclination. Tio single one person out for you know, for for hate Crimes like I just don't think. Look, I'm not saying I know there are people who do you think that way. But I just like to think that most people don't think that way and I don't do those sorts of things, right. Thank them. All right, Jim. Thank you very much for the call. I appreciate that, and him. He mentioned the word courage in journalists. And the story that came out earlier this week. A young woman her name is very Weiss. She resigned or left? Yes, she resigned from the New York Times. And she wrote a letter in pretty probably heard pieces of this letter. During the course of the week, But she wrote a letter to the publisher A G A. G Salzburger. A and I have that letter here and I'm going to read parts of this letter I'm not going to do. I'm going to get to the a break here first. Then on the other side of the break, I'm going to read parts of this letter. And I mean it really is. It is absolutely I don't know. A scathing Is the right word.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Must continue now the action all the issues I'm done talking I hate to talk so much really my dad none the less I want to hear your reaction to what's happened in city council what's happening with Bruce Hoff power was going to be occurring a course in Washington plus to a dolphin's new quarterback has a thing for tonight Twain tonight join who's got to be in her forties by this point forty five or fifty has responded to to I. two I's got a thing for tonight so we'll see what happens go to telephone calls we have Tony in Fairfield and went on a cell but the protest and more we've had four lines right now with our three lines open five one three seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred to eighteen tape starting after three o'clock today will be a course rocky and and any fingers plus in about forty five minutes or so I have the head football coach Withrow high school the Tigers on I love to help a local especially inner city schools so let's continue now we have a Tony than many others Tony then with Tony welcome to the bill Cunningham shown Tony how are you how are you today good afternoon to be an American give me a live update from Fairfield home Joe Nuxhall in the Indians I love talking to the second most famous man in Cincinnati behind Pete rose well I don't like that Pete rose but I I think Marty Brenda hand is up there naxals pretty good too people can die so when I when he claimed Fairfield he was able to joke but he lived in Fairfield and I went to the Bob Evans and fair fair I love going to Bob Evans and so it's at the last half of his life he was in India talk to go all the time down and knocks all driving range with all them old old guy down there in the cities in the west Nanjing play cards and no question about it all that is gone with the course you can't even watch gone with the wind anymore gone with the wind is gone that that that that that day so what's going on so anyway I have a a different alternative or what is going on with this black wide movement and my thing is is is is that the walls that legislation has created over the last forty years to make people feel safe and secure which are a lot of Marty blatant violation of the constitution in my opinion yes kind of given the police this more authority over the individual that I really think that they should have been an example would be like some of the D. Y. laws where if a police officer feels that you're impaired he doesn't have to give you any type of protest you can still take you in and you still have to fight the system right right for Anies wall where a police officer shows up to a domestic dispute someone has to go to jail I hear that all the time that many times between men and women things get out of whack a little bit somebody it's nine one one the copper show up at that point somebody's going to jail and it's always been that type of authority to certain types of people you're gonna have problems within the police force of brutality but it has nothing to do with racism is spread out over the whole population well they brought to light that would be on the question of whether or not we think that the police force have racist people and which ones are might be a few people in fact I think the best people we have become Scott become cops if you want in your service and sacrifice and go into the police academy you know the odds are much greater than a regular job you're going to get shot or disabled you know the odds are much much greater you're going to be at risk you know the odds are much greater you're gonna work different shifts you're going to work Christmas morning Easter afternoon you're going to work the fourth of July in the beginning it's a long haul before you get to a pageant and governments are shutting down pensions anyway the idea Tony how do you respond to those who say the fund the police how do you respond to that what do you got it what what's what's the alternative it's great to have a message what is your ultimate goal safety yeah are you gonna get that well we got a call somebody I think the special counsel is going to come out when when when there's a peta filed its it's you know now in fact the more money you spend on police the last crime you have in fact in New York City right now there's a tremendous spike in violence because the planes close detectives have been taken down they had about two thousand plainclothes detectives not wearing uniforms not looking like cops walking around New York looking for crime in the making if somebody sees a police car pull up guess what they're bigger changes and so the planes clothes were absolutely essential and knocking down crime it be go to Cincinnati or in Covington data plainclothes detectives that simply walk around look like the populace and look for criminal activity there's nothing wrong with that we do we need more between me going down interstate seventy five in a sixty five and I see a police officer Michael that you do I know I do do you Tony we got a ride thanks your call we got to build a got whipped and then Nancy went on a cell phone which give me a full report well as I said my palatial state in North broke last night protesters we're going straight down **** street chanting the following Hey Hey jubilee remains part of John Cranley family Hey Hey jubilee David my father John Connally family me I don't know and there were about thirty of them right down the street would you know the heart of north broke and they were miscreants undesirables and that's why I don't Northbrook village well I take when I tell you what there's not a better person in public office the David Mann I don't agree with his politics a lot he's got a big heart and a big head and he cares about our city like few do and I've lived in Cincinnati into it my wife wants to move back to the city so it may happen at some point but David Mann is a liberal's liberal progressive that is received every progressive endorsement for not years but decades of public service and so when David man out in front of his home a protest is scheduled he goes out at seven o'clock in the morning this morning to kind of talk with them they said they were down the block and some park him and his wife Betsy walked down to the park and engaging conversation and then a one conversation they wanted shouted him diminish him and shot him up I listen to Michael K. Allen on Saturday morning and he had on the actual gentleman the man who took who testified at the Duke energy center it was shouted down and he said basically I have a different viewpoint now David man even though he would disagree with the conservatives view point wants to hear what you have.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Go as far as registration gives give me in my audience an idea there's there's so many different directions that this money can can go especially now give us an idea of of what folks who who participate who joined who enjoy a great day of golf give give folks an idea of of of what's going to happen with their money what we what we prided ourselves on when it comes to building up this program going into my second year not really wanted to build up our infrastructure resources and build relationships to where we can really if the student athletes at Withrow holistically so this money will not just go to a quick minute but not just just go for the non uniforms and things like that but we are very detailed nutrition program what we really want these kids to be able to succeed holistically so a lot of nutrition a lot of off the field goal opportunities with about six kids are kids going to school up in Toronto this will help the kids in the camps where they can be exposed to college recruiters there's a lot of different areas that we like to hit on a utilize our resources to give these kids the opportunities that in most situations they might not be able to afford or you may not have the opportunity with transportation and things of that nature so I'm really excited and I want to get me talking about my program hi I've got about a minute here let's let's do that you and and I'm sure every every high school football coach at every high school coach regardless of sport dealing with things that you never thought would be well within your your realm of responsibility just kind of give us an idea as as you're you're getting your guys through conditioning is looking ahead to fall camp is looking ahead of the season what sort of almost unforeseen challenges you're having to deal with in the ways you're kind of handling them in a in a time that is unprecedented for everybody but but specifically people coaching youth sports right well first let me say that I'm a marine and one thing that I learned in marine corps so you always have to adjust and adapt to change and SO we can spend a lot of time complaining we just whatever guidelines they sit down to those we do suggested so the first thing in the first priority was to keep every kid safe and healthy and we want to keep their family safe and healthy so we are really pushing our safety measures maintaining social distance always ready for different chains to come down the pike and then our coaches who are also aims to not changing up the logistics of how we work our workouts are we playing Halloween store how we prepare you have to be ready everything is subject to change and that's how the in the world now let our culture's log time this is the new norm this is the new normal and we after we have to accept it can't complain about it we have to accept the adaptive mobile com and that's what we've been doing so we are just so we're excited just to be out there and we'll be back with the kids and really get them back on a routine all all because he is out here without a routine that lot of things that can happen so we're just happy that we're able to interact with them get the morning routine get them back in our program and so they can grow will be successful and kind of build up for this either yeah no I I I can't imagine what this time is like for for you and and all coaches in the area getting getting their kids ready for the season this fall again it's a week from today it's going to be at the king's island city Mason golf course a hundred dollars a golfer it's an awesome deal I'm looking at it right now the Withrow Tigers football Facebook page I will tweet out a link as well coach enjoy next Thursday to look this season thanks so much yes thank you gold card you got it Kelly Jones is the head football coach at Withrow high school there are golf outing is a week from today all right now we're gonna read drafty in a cell after the seven thirty news which is happening right now on seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati an uptick in corona virus cases in southwest Ohio this is the seven thirty report I met Reese breaking now an increase in the number of cases in southwest Ohio tonight and it's causing worry for governor DeWine hitting close to Cincinnati and Dayton areas of counties Hamilton Warren Montgomery Greene and Clark you're going to see us move and more heavily with the National Guard that will be doing testing in different sites will work very very closely with the hospitals in in in the region work with them as far as that the testing but also we're going to be doing testing in locations that we will be announcing the local news media will be.

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Trans and her name was Ryan Milton eighteen year old Caleb to sin and a fourteen year old girl are in custody in relation to that murder a third suspect still at large eighteen year old Antoine hill of Fairfield was killed Wednesday night not far away eighteen year old Romell Velasco Wes is been charged with his murder until those back to back killings liberty township hadn't seen a murder in six years if you can help police call crime stoppers at three five two thirty forty in blue Asha Singh there's different ages different races different anything you could possibly classify a person as you saw it all here today demonstrators gathered last night to protest the death of George Floyd nine new saying about five hundred people rallied in the town square there's a March through Oakley and Hyde Park getting under way at this hour at Madison park that's near Withrow high school will be a rally in front of walnut hills high school as well Cincinnati's mayor was on her own bill Cunningham today talking about his budget proposal that includes an increase in police funding about a million dollars more I don't believe in defining a place I do believe that the federal government and the state government can and should do more on mental health and addiction and homelessness because our officers are often asked to do social work and mental health stuff that they're not trained or expected to do John Cranley says there is an increased need for officer training and low level has now banned the use of no knock warrants and named the new ordinance for Brianna Taylor that was a unanimous vote last night Brianna Taylor was sleeping when she was fatally shot by local police on a drug investigation back in March no drugs found at her home Kentucky senator rand Paul was introduced federal legislation that would also ban no knock warrants nationwide on Wall Street right now the Dow is up two hundred eighty nine points the nasdaq up fifty nine in the S. and P. up twenty four I'm Jacque Crumley our next update at one thirty breaking news anytime news radio seven hundred WLW our favorite things feel made for you your education should.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is currently blocked off to traffic slowing a bit to get by south bend seventy five though that's in great shape running less than ten minutes out of Auckland into town chucking removes radio seven hundred WLW welcome is forecast for the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety we're in for another warm and seasonal forecasts for one that is also not humid outside will start at sixty two and warm to eighty three and this guy today sunny to mostly sunny tonight very few clouds up there low fifty nine in the tomorrow does turn partly cloudy is a weak cold front comes through our high it's about seventy five in the front might produce an isolated shower but most will stay dry from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW it is sixty nine degrees right now right as clear demonstrators back on the streets of the tri state yesterday rally in blue ash to protest the death of George Floyd peace caravan was held on Kenwood road before a rally in the town square looking at the people who were doing things to make a change I'm encouraged that my boys will be okay that eventually will be okay Camberley res one of the organizers of the event talking to nine news March plans afternoon in Oakley and Hyde Park it will start at one o'clock in Madison park across from Withrow high school rallies planned as well tomorrow in fort Thomas Mason university of Cincinnati will be returning to campus for fall classes but the schedule is being adjusted because.

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Three sunshine tomorrow with a high of seventy five and sunny and seventy four on Sunday it is sixty three degrees right now this is a service of low T. center in Mexico plumbing demonstrators taking to the streets to blue ash last night protesting the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minnesota hello peace caravan down Kenwood road first and rally to blue ash town square looking at the people who were doing things to make a change I'm encouraged that my boys will be okay that eventually will be okay Kimball of Reese one of the organizers of the event talking with nine news March is planned this afternoon through Oakley and Hyde Park it starts at one o'clock in Madison park across from Withrow high school another demonstration plant at the same time it Blair circle in front of walnut hills high school in tomorrow rallies are planned for fort Thomas in Mason looks like stock prices will bounce back a bit today Dow futures are pointing to an increase of about five hundred points wiping out some of the big losses from yesterday's trading session the Dow was off over seven percent over fears of a second wave of covered nineteen cases Coney island's opening today after having to delay the start of the season because of the pandemic yes even season pass holders have to reserve that mission time online in advance and that's upset some of the regulars who say they've been experiencing trouble with the website water park says it's working to address the issues movie theaters across Ohio open back up today new social distancing guidelines will be in place every other role in the theater will be closed and people will be encouraged to spread out and never going to have somebody sitting either in front of or behind you were going to have seats roped off and basically cut every other row every other Tory might have a slightly different set up but that's kind of the general guideline the center also spacing out the start times for the different movies they show so they don't have large crowds in the lobby national Underground Railroad freedom center announcing it will open July twenty fourth to limit the size of the crowd they will do advance reservations online as well news radio seven hundred WLW sport respect three college pitchers during day two of the MLB draft on Thursday Christian row from Texas a and M. Bryce Bonnin from Texas tech in Notre Dame's Joe Boyle Cincinnati also at a high school catcher Jackson Miller and high school outfielder mac wing right the PGA tour restarted yesterday at the colonial in fort worth Justin rose and Harold Varner the third are the co leaders after round one and FC Cincinnati will head to Orlando in less than two weeks to begin training for the MLS is back tournament that begins at the Disney sports complex on July eighth Dave Armbruster seven hundred WLW sports having gone through for.

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To go on the road to broadcast games they will be staying in their home town to broadcast the games leading to a conversation along those lines I always try is the is that in a perfect world this show goes like early more stuff for the day serious stuff in the the further we go the later it gets if if I can pull it off that way this is our eight o'clock our topic it is contingent on you so I I don't know if it's going to work I think it's got a chance and I was thinking about the the draft next week and I was just doing some background on some area players that may or may not get drafted and I started thinking about the talent that's been produced in this area over the years and I said what if what if we did like a greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky all apologies to other parts of the state Indiana and others but for the moment just allow us to to work on greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky what if we put together a high school baseball on a roll and asked you to call specifically about your school and nominate the best baseball player they came out of your school and we would compile that list eight through Z. writing down your school and your cat now I guess we should provide the opportunity for your candidate to be bumped if somebody knows of somebody better air quotes I guess they can call and say I'm I'm gonna bump this player and submit this player but the more I thought about it in the more I ask the the group I put this together for they said look at that list look at all those high schools and look at the players produced by each of those high schools I said I I think if I ask people to combine their love of baseball around here with the pride they have for their school I think we've got something now I did not graduate from high school around here you'll you have to bear with me I am asking for those who want to represent their school I'll give you the school I would have gone to to start us off and and that's my hesitation here because I don't have a list I because I didn't go to high school here but I can give you where I would have gone and that's Anderson high school of my choice for the best baseball player produced by Anderson high school would be rich Dotson H. Johnson pitched for the Chicago White Sox for most of his career and was an eleven year twelve year big leaguer one hundred eleven games in his career he won twenty two games with the nineteen eighty three white socks twenty two and seven that year with a three twenty three earned run average need seasons where he won twelve eleven twenty two fourteen ten eleven twelve one hundred eleven games in his career so that would be my nomination for the best baseball player that Anderson high school's produced so I'm writing down rich Dotson Anderson high school which one for you five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred on AT and T. now in a perfect world not only does this work I think it's something we could try it later on in the year for football and for basketball potentially you will be my Guinea pigs tonight to figure out if there is some legs to this would begin well look at this we're going to Indianapolis to get our our nomination Brandon you're on seven hundred WLW Hey this is actually friend from what went well I'm sorry that's not even close to a brain in from Indianapolis welcome to the show okay what an arm on each side to princess Anne I'm with the with the high school he actually it's pretty easy at the Ronald Ronnie to represent Withrow high school I think that is a solid choice and I think that's going to probably stand unchallenged tonight yeah I mean you know we had a ten plus year career with the society read all with the Red Sea offense ninety guy he played right up until nineteen ninety as part of that World Series teams yet though with a tiger who that's good that's a good start thank you and have a great night see that's what I'm looking for and if by all means if you saw him play if you could tell me a story about him are absolutely you you know how much I love stories all right maybe it maybe you want to score them maybe you watched him play maybe didn't watch him play maybe they played three decades ago but there is that guy in your community who is regarded as that's our guy when it when it comes to baseball that's our guy that represents school X. Y. Z. Ron Oster for Withrow I will say the only other one I could think of it in its I I'm I I I I I don't think he's a challenger but but I found another one for consideration he had an eleven year career he did not have the career that Roddy Oster had bought eleven years in the big leagues played almost a thousand games also with throw product Tony Scott Tony Scott was a center fielder for the St Louis cardinals for most of his career Houston Astros if I remember to end his career he would have played early seventies into the early eighties had does some nice seasons had a season where you're almost three hundred but for the St Louis cardinals in nineteen seventy seven but as I said I I think Ron Oester remains as that that guy would people think a Withrow baseball I think most would think of Ron Oster will grab Mike and Dave and Greg and Donnie and Scott and I think early as I thought we look at all those high schools popping up on the board we'll we'll see how many schools we could not have represented tonight as we continue our no carrier sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet seven hundred WLW testing the looting the anger and the acts of kindness and courage all of it may have left you with plenty of questions how should you feel what groups are fanning the flames what news outlets can you believe what should you do what can you do to help the healing we are here for you with the latest information and important local leaders this is a time to talk and to listen and an opportunity to make our community better seven hundred W. 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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

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"withrow high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Slow me this morning and what some of the debate last night about the hair discrimination put out by course Chris Seelbach is always looking for discrimination of it does not exist we must look forward to we find something to justify my beliefs about the way the world looks as an American I'm like a normal guy unfortunately I'm a white Christian male and I'm married so unfortunately I have no protection whatsoever however I do not I do not think American society is descriptive as defined by progressives on city council I'm completely sensitive to the idea of the men women you and I are different now women are different than men recall but we're different you think differently act differently women of my wife will say come back from the from Mitchell's and say I look at our house going fine don't you see so I don't see it something about the hair and I have very little interest in my hair most men have little or no interest and how their hair looks my wife tells me I'm always looking bad I'll wear stripe shorts and checker board shorts and shoot you got to take that off because it okay but I don't pay much attention to my appearance that doesn't make it right or wrong is the way it is most white guys don't spend nearly as much time getting ready as their their wives or girlfriends for some reason women take a long time need forty five minutes to get ready I'm told by Rachel she can take up to an hour to get ready takes me ten minutes at the most get the form out the door in ten minutes and so on we're eagle but we're different and I love the differences I wouldn't want ever everyone is decided to think and act like me despite the fact I'm sure many people do everybody's different different look at E. poor but as soon as the country found from many one one nation become an American we're not to look for things that divide us unless you have nothing else to talk about or else your policies have failed and then if your policies have failed don't talk about the failure of our policies on city council look at the shiny object all way over here to the left and that's the problem so much in fox nineteen last night with my good friend in yours Tricia Macke and that the first section of the news last night was these various individuals who were all African American and T. R. in other parts of the city disgusted with the crime rate with bullets flying every which way serious problems almost every few days there's some other innocent victim of a crime that's occurred largely in the black community this doesn't happen everywhere else this doesn't happen is not race got nothing to do with as proof of that when I am on Kevin Jackson Walter Williams or Thomas soul they will tell you that for most of African American history in this country crime was not a problem whatsoever it didn't happen this isn't like because you know liberals like to think that we think because they're black they commit crime that is not true it's a lie it's always been a lie the great bulk of our history in America African American families were intact education was important there was a group mentality the head to occur because of the vicious discrimination against persons based upon skin color which was happening here on all else around the world it still goes on today to try being a Jew in Saudi Arabia or try being in North Korea and Japan or try being a Muslim in China and stop this is not a uniquely American event this is a human events which is a terrible sentiment in times of crime it's awful in America is the one nation that's working toward a brighter day we're trying to get there it's a struggle in process but growing up if you look at Roselawn Avondale Evanston black communities you see these old great structures like go to your it is because of the vicious discrimination against African Americans and others who could not move in so called quote white areas that the African Americans group together there's no keys on the locks and it was functional it was family life it was it was wonderful Hey it was good discrimination was awful but the community did not involved in criminal activity it didn't happen so much last night statistically and one last thing I watch you two videos and I go back in time if you look at the prison population in America in the nineteen forties fifties and sixties it generally it reflected the population and racial groups in the country it was an overwhelmingly African American check it out it's true water Williamson cetera pointed out by the bureau of a federal prisons and the thirties forties and fifties about nine or ten percent of the population was African American the right rest refer people to look like you and me and Matt Simon and Jim Scott that was present as another example Johnny Cash when did Folsom prison blues and they have the video there and all the inmates basically all the inmates are white white guys we're doing that it was rare in the black community they have not an intact family rare to commit a crime didn't happen so I'm watching last night Tricia Macke and robin the first doors again and again and again almost every night you can watch the news five nine twelve nineteen and if someone gets shot it's rare for it to be in Westchester Montgomery Taylor mail it's always the black community I'd say ninety percent of one point about five or six years ago the Enquirer made the mistake of putting the victims of murder on the front page of the paper and they were all black faces and that was racist because it reflected the reality of the way things are and so if your head of a party in a group whose policies have failed miserably in urban areas the best thing to do is to have the media not focus on your failure will focus on something other than you can blame the other people like Amy Murray for not agreeing with African American has hairstyles I don't disagree with that whatsoever it's it's good how may not it because of my TV show I was around hundreds of black females who by the way Love Me and I love them and I understand the hair is a big issue and the black community that is not with white males or maybe even white females I think white females care about their hair in their nails and pedicures and eyebrows matched I mean you get that eyebrow waxing he says yes he does it all the time I didn't know that but but women care about appearances more than men care about appearances as reflected by the fact that hairstyling and color in a waxing and all L. pedicures and manicures and skin treatment and abrasions all this stuff that most guys don't even think about doesn't mean you're better or worse simply means were different which is great I love the difference when you have politicians whose policies of miserably failed for the last half a century it is always best to blame somebody else for your failures so fox nineteen last night had several stories and there were African American females on talking about how terrible it is to live and T. R. the west end Evans said in Avondale which is ninety percent black areas because of all the crime and the police are there she valley and all the guys they're they're trying to help trying to do what they can and they're failing not because they're not good police work because of the culture of the acceptability of whatever it is something change the last fifty years or criminal activity is held up as a badge of honor and that failing in school is acceptable acting white means you're succeeding acting poorly means you're acting black weren't held that come from that's not true historically in the black community so instead of saying you know what our policies in the urban areas have miserably failed and therefore we got to change our policies to get different outcomes that doesn't happen at all in the city of Cincinnati Dayton Covington Chicago Detroit Los Angeles done done work the whole urban core of America's been hollowed out by progressive policies that have failed by any objective measurement given a choice what a kid going to use high school or Taft high school or one a and one of those is the exception Withrow high school or whatever given a choice with that kid rather goes to that school or go to Mahler saying next lasalle elder come K. the answer is obvious as far as school vouchers getting black kids out a trap to government schools run by Democrats given a choice the parents of those kids would frequently I think the polling is seven eighty percent give me a voucher to let me go to a functional school so my kid again you get out of the government schools credit only by Democrats and that course the teachers unions will not do that whatsoever they're saying that's not happening at Withrow would work when the scan test scores came out the came out about two weeks ago every high school in Cincinnati but one which is wanted hills had an F. F. like in failure and also there say well we got it we got to get better we simply got to get better well you don't get better unless culturally education is valued and that's traditionally that was the case in the black community it was the case not anymore so it last night on fox nineteen the African American women are saying we just can't take it anymore something's got to be done there's not the Ku Klux Klan or trump or Republicans running around the black community killing a bunch of black folks there other black folks it is not even close to the majority Joe deters has said if you would take one to two hundred out of the criminal element the black community what it be very peaceful it's not like eighty percent or ninety percent it's under five percent those are the ones that need to be targeted but because culturally it's unacceptable for police officers to arrest somebody black it doesn't send the message about behavior is wrong I got some text messages the other day about police were tending to sue a black male who was laying dying in the streets and a crowd formed and the officer on the scene had a call others to come here and help them because the crowd was angry at the cop and I guess angry at that the guy who killed the black guy and that this was possibly a ride a situation developing in Cincinnati not well covered by the media because it doesn't fit doesn't it doesn't and so that is what's happening and there's no attention to that getting back to facts fox nineteen the whole issue was something's got to be done because black mothers black babies are dying in the black community because of the behavior of a few black criminals is not because of hairstyles or is not because of buses that don't show up it's not because of vicious discrimination is not because of trump got nothing to do with it it has to do with the collapse of cultural that's acceptable and the twenty first century so when a kid comes out a most urban high schools in capable of reading at the eighteen year old level or incapable of understanding society the way it is instead of looking at the black community itself and saying what other cultural norms we find acceptable everyone else is blame but those in charge what is it possible and the next twenty to thirty years that a conservative Republican could be elected to the sense in a school board the answer is impossible is it possible in the next election in city Cincinnati twenty twenty one if things aren't good that's suddenly the residents of Cincinnati who vote will say we're on the wrong course this isn't working the government policies of the progressives have failed where they succeed no where so what it would go a different direction the answer is very difficult but it's cultural the cultural collapse of having single moms on government assistance without valuing education and then at the end of the day the think of what happened to my community the answer is liberal democratic policies have destroyed your community Chicago Detroit Cincinnati Covington Dayton St Louis whatever you talk about at the states in America that are losing population California Illinois Massachusetts Connecticut New Jersey New York where they all have in common okay one of the states that are gaining population well Utah Nevada Texas Florida Tennessee Georgia what political parties and philosophies control those states if.