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"woodstock high school" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"I've been talking about my daughter goes The middle school now in Cherokee County, and three of the six high schools that Jerky County has given everybody the option of either go back to class or or go online, and they literally had a thing about 75%. Of the kids that went back and then within the first couple of weeks, three high schools at a wa Whatever his creepy creek side and Woodstock High School, they all had to shut down immediately, not Cherokee High School they played. The other night, Corky Cal. I know Andi think they rolled actually, but they were one of the ones that didn't shut down. So it is interesting. Watching all of this is the willing to extend the season. Later. If need be to try to get as much action and legitimate playoff and things like that in or are they trying to keep to a strict timetable of Okay, This is when we need to be done or how What's that process been like something that they haven't want to talk about. You talk to people. And they say that the fall was the only thing they talked about. I talked with some people and they say, Yeah, there was an after January 1 plane as well. But they did not want to talk about did not want to make trouble again. You figure any school association in the country had to have some type of possible drop back plan. Of where? After January 1 of things so bad, But the way that they've always presented it was that fall is what they wanted to do a number different contingency plans and right now, well this season, they're starting. There are a number of schools system John, who are not starting Camp County is not starting. No, they're going to start a little bit later now. James Wilton County slipped back a week. You know, so I mean, there are a number of school systems that are gonna join in this thing, right? They may only play eight games. They've only played seven games right now. Imagine Beautiful, beautiful start this season. With eight games on this schedule, they don't have a full 10 game schedule. You have, like, awkward counted one of the powerhouses in this state. They missed the first two games. They're supposed to play Brookwood next week. That game's not happening, So I mean, that's It's all over. You don't know where it's gonna pop up, and it makes it very difficult for scheduling. Um, there is planned for December deflated state championship games at Georgia State Stadium. I don't know what happened to basic extend beyond that time, But right now they're just hoping to get enough games, then to be a good evaluation to earn the postseason spots and get this season there. Last thing for you that I don't have a lot of time. But and I have said this about college that the biggest loser in all of this pandemic with the college football season isn't football. The biggest losers college basketball because it's going to get shoved to the side because it's still for his popularity or lack thereof. It doesn't produce the revenue. Now you're talking about okay? If we're getting into December and things like that, and pushing back later, let's face it in high school. How many? Those kids on the football field also played basketball. I mean, so How do you squeeze high school basketball in around the idea of we've got football and all this, It's gotta take precedent. Priority That to me is also the big loser is depending on how this works out high school basketball may unfortunately kind of Get a little kick to the curb because of it as well. Well and then you get into the grey area with death because you get the quote where you want the high school experience needs something kids, but for their leak top shelf. That's a you and a. You have not stuff. The travel ball teams did not stop due to some, You know, he's a cop still playing baseball had seen coming from all over the country. Play baseball out there all alone, you know, And, um, you know, at a later point basketball a few tournaments All summer long and me, you know? Yes. I made the basketball tournament with Hye Won is your high school in the state championship should mean something. They should mean something. They're very special. And you're right. You don't want to be emphasized that We get great basketball to one of our talents may be the very first player selected in this upcoming draft ant man. So I mean, we we could play a great basketball in the state football is something that people are so passionate about. I wanted to have a degree of normalcy at this time of year, and so we're trying to get a little bit of that. I'm looking at the stands where I'm right now. I'm not going to the people of social distance or whatever I know went to a place last night and Poe's work very close looking. I'm both day on the field in a corner. There's what? I'm gonna watch the game tonight on. That's why I watch the game last night. I'm not going to try to go in the press, but down on which room they have there tonight. We just want to get this season started the great game coming up the future North Gwinnett don't know what I'm going to get started there in a second overtime Now with their dick Ula and I broke with attack 40 No. Follow him on Twitter. Always lots of great information. He is that same Crenshaw 23 hearme on weekends. Here, I'm gonna turn on the game. I think Sam he's filling in for me on Monday night. The same Crenshaw experience I believe is coming up on Monday for a labor day. A cz were also listen to him, then course does a great job of covering high school sports. I mean, he's one of them. Listen, there's no doubt that Sam is one of the true Atlanta sports legends. He may not be chucked out. Will, Sam, I'm not going to maybe put you in that high. I don't want to give you too big of a head, but you're pretty darn close. I mean, I'll put you somewhere between Fred and Gil in the pecking order. So I mean, not listen, Sammy. We love your brother. Stay safe, buddy. Be good. Appreciate all the hard work that you do, and I will talk to you soon. Appreciate it, man. Take care of states like now. You got it. All right. When we get back, it's gonna be time for what's bugging Chuck? We didn't just get one story. I had to take a story from another segment and put it into what's bugging Chuck re because people can't get out of their own way. I told you this has been the easiest segment in the world. It's all next. Chuck. Me show sports writing. That's in the game on the radio that come up..

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Westward, especially along the West Coast, he says Arizona is in the crosshairs Phoenix 114 degrees yesterday, they got to 117 tied for the hottest that they've ever seen in the month of August and this summer has been sweltering, the hottest on record in Phoenix. They've seen 38 days of 110 degrees plus and they're going to be six more of that six more days in the row of that there are more than 5.3 million cases of covert 19 in the US as schools begin opening for the fall. Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia says in person classes can be done safely. We really do believe it's best for our kids, and it's best for Children with special needs learning disabilities. Nutrition programs that are available. But CBS is Michael George reports that that hasn't been going well in all states in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you in elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine. Two days after school started, We couldn't prepare for this situation. Like the superintendents of the other day. There's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning Turning now to UFO's, which had become a concern for the U. S military, CBS's Kenny McCormick explains. The Pentagon says it's setting up a new task force to investigate UFO sightings. One concern is countries like China using drones and other spy capabilities. But the Pentagon also says even when the observer cannot immediately identify what they saw, each report will be seriously examined. Especially those that occur at US training sites. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is tracking the situation in Belarus after protests over a disputed election. People are demanding the simple things that every human being wants the right to Determination for themselves about the nature of the government. So we aired the leadership in Belarussian to broaden the circle, as foreign minister said to engage with civil society in a way that reflects the central understandings that the Belarusian people are demanding the annual 9 11 tribute and like it's back on in New York City after it was nearly canceled amid the Corona virus pandemic. When beams of blue light arc into the sky honoring the nearly 3000 who lost their lives in the terror attack and sending the message never forget this is CBS News With the onset of the covert 19 pandemic, you might be tempted to leave your child in the car to avoid exposure. This could result in death in a matter of minutes. Always look before you lock Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com It's going to be a hot one this weekend and a dry one. Those conditions mean risk for wildfires. Any buyers that we see this weekend are likely to be human causes. We're not expecting any major lining being episodes. State meteorologist Josh Clark says. Most risks can be controlled anything that you could do to prevent new fires, whether it has to be choosing not to work with well equipped banner. Not starting that can fire not forming every burn going to be extremely helpful for our firefighters tomorrow. Temperatures are expected to soar into the nineties. A man assists with his own arrest after calling police about his missing wallet. Here's Cairo radios. Katrina Cassard, Seattle Police say a man left his wallet in a West Seattle apartment during a burglary just after three M. Friday, a woman called police to report a man with a dog had entered her apartment on Southwest Admiral Way. She and her boyfriend asked the man to leave, and he did. Then, hours later, he called to report his wallet stolen and he identified himself by the same name that was on the I D found at the apartment. He was later booked into King County Jail. SPD may also open an investigation into possible criminal animal abuse because there was evidence of recent injuries to the suspect's dog. The Seattle Design Festival is kicking off virtually today celebrating its 10 year anniversary. This year's theme is about time which discusses the Corona virus pandemic and dismantling systemic racism. You can sign up for several livestreamed, webinars and discussions going on now until Saturday, August 23rd. And now your weather sunny and hot all weekend today into the mid eighties. Right now it's 81 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm I like a stream. Cairo radio at home.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WWL

"Westward, especially along the West Coast, he says Arizona is in the crosshairs Phoenix 114 degrees yesterday, they got to 117 tied for the hottest that they've ever seen in the month of August, and this summer, has been sweltering, the hottest on record in Phoenix. They've seen 38 days of 110 degrees plus and they're going to be six more of that. Six more days in the row of that there are more than 5.3 million cases of covert 19 in the US as schools begin opening for the fall, Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia says in person classes can be done safely. We really do believe it's best for our kids. And it's best for Children with special needs learning disabilities. Nutrition programs that are available. But CBS is Michael George reports that that hasn't been going well in all states in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you in elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine. Two days after school started, We couldn't prepare for this situation. Like the superintendents of the other day. There's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning Turning now to UFO's, which have become a concern for the U. S. Military. CBS's coming, McCormick explains. The Pentagon says it's setting up a new task force to investigate UFO sightings. One concern is countries like China using drones and other spy capabilities. But the Pentagon also says even when the observer cannot immediately identify what they saw, each report will be seriously examined. Especially those that occur at US training sites. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is tracking the situation in Belarus after protests over a disputed election. People are demanding the simple things that every human being watched the right to have determination for themselves about the nature of their government, and so were the Leadership in Belarussian to broaden the circle, as foreign minister said, to engage with civil society in a way that reflects the central understandings that the Belarusian people are demanding the annual 9 11 tribute and like it's back on in New York City after it was nearly canceled amid the Corona virus pandemic twin beams of blue light arc into the sky honoring the nearly 3000 who lost their lives in the terror attack. And sending the message. Never forget this is CBS News. You know that capital one assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges and helps if you need to fix them Capital one. What's in your wallet C Capital one dot com.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Going to be about 200 record highs over the next week or so probably break anywhere from Texas westward, especially along the West Coast, he says. Arizona is in the crosshairs Phoenix 114 degrees yesterday, They got to 117 tied for the hottest that they've ever seen in the month of August and this summer has been sweltering, the hottest on Heard in Phoenix. They've seen 38 days of 110 degrees plus and they're going to be six more of that six more days in a row of that there are more than 5.3 million cases of covert 19 in the US as schools begin opening for the fall, Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia says in person classes can be done safely. We really do believe it's best for our kids. And it's best for Children with special needs learning disabilities nutrition programs that are available. But CBS is Michael George reports that that hasn't been going well in all states in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you in elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine two days after school started, we couldn't prepare for this situation like the superintendent said the other day, there's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning Turning now to UFO's, which had become a concern for the U. S. Military. CBS's CAMI, McCormick explains. The Pentagon says it's setting up a new task force to investigate UFO sightings. One concern is countries like China using drones and other spy capabilities. But the Pentagon also says even when the observer cannot immediately identify what they saw, each report will be seriously examined. Especially those that occur at US training sites. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is tracking the situation in Belarus after protests over a disputed election. People are demanding the simple things that every human being wants the right to Determination for themselves about the nature of the government. So we aired the leadership in Belarussian to broaden the circle, as foreign minister said to engage with civil.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Westward, especially along the West Coast, he says Arizona is in the crosshairs Phoenix 114 degrees yesterday, they got to 117 tied for the hottest that they've ever seen in the month of August and this summer has been sweltering, the hottest on record in Phoenix. They've seen 38 days of 110 degrees plus and they're going to be six more of that six more days in the row of that there are more than 5.3 million cases of covert 19 in the US as schools begin opening for the fall. Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia says in person classes can be done safely. We really do believe it's best for our kids. And it's best for Children with special needs learning disabilities. Nutrition programs that are available. But CBS is Michael George reports that that hasn't been going well in all states in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you and elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine. Two days after school started, We couldn't prepare for this situation. Like the superintendents of the other day. There's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning Turning now to UFO's, which have become a concern for the U. S. Military. CBS's CAMI, McCormick explains. The Pentagon says it's setting up a new task force to investigate UFO sightings. One concern is countries like China using drones and other spy capabilities. But the Pentagon also says even when the observer cannot immediately identify what they saw, each report will be seriously examined, especially those that occur at US training sites. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is tracking the situation in Belarus after protest over a disputed election. People are demanding the simple things that every human being wants the right to Determination for themselves about the nature of the government, and so were the leadership in Belarussian to broaden the circle, as foreign minister said, to.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Reached 117 degrees yesterday. Among the many concerns the homeless KPHO reporter Max Gordon, it's the hottest summer on record here in Phoenix. The confirmed number of heat deaths so far is around the same as last year's. There's been a big jump in the number of cases under investigation, 222 cases are under investigation this year, compared to 122 cases at this time last year. Meanwhile, Phoenix Rescue mission says they've been running out of water to hand out to the homeless because of low donations due to covert 19 and high demand because of this hot summer, some teachers and others arguing the experiment open schools during the Corona virus outbreak has failed, and that's causing some rethinking in various states. Here's correspondent Michael Jordan some covert hot spot. It States. The experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you in elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine two days after school started, we couldn't prepare for this situation like the superintendent said the other day, there's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine. Forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning it's unfortunate for the kids now. More than 2000 students nationwide are quarantine, a new survey of parents finds more than 30% will keep their child home this fall. Whether schools open or not. Next week, the Democratic Party will come together to formally nominate its choice for the next president and vice president of the US Gabriel De Benedetti is national correspondent for New York magazine. Really wide spectrum of speakers you have John Kasich, who is, of course, a former Republican governor of Ohio ran against Donald Trump, speaking on the same night as Bernie Sanders is, of course, as progressive as they come, so What the messaging really is going to be is you don't have to be a liberal. You don't have to be a progressive to vote for Joe Biden. You have to just not like what's going on. Right now. The United Nations is over Boil, mainly a rejected a U. S resolution calling for an extension to the Iranian arms embargo on Ly. Two of the Security Council's 15 members voted in favour. This is CBS News. You.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Anniversary of the defeat of Japan during World War two with Queen Elizabeth, the second and her husband, Prince Philip, leading tributes to those who fought during the six year campaign. In a special message on victory over Japan Day, the Queen and Philip offered their grateful thanks to those involved in a campaign that has been widely overlooked in the decades since. War cost the lives of some 50,000 British and Commonwealth troops, nearly half of whom perished in brutal prison camps. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, spoke with veterans during a commemoration at the National Memorial Arboretum. In central England. Meanwhile, in Japan, a much more subdued observance marking the 75th anniversary of its surrender in World War two, with Emperor Naruhito, expressing deep remorse over his country's wartime hostilities. This year's ceremony was significantly scaled down because of the pandemic, with participants reduced to fewer than 1/10 of previous crowds. Noro he do pledged to reflect on the wartime past and expressed hope that the tragedy would never be repeated. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe did not apologize or acknowledge Japanese wartime atrocities in Asia and elsewhere in a largely domestic focused speech, said the piece that Japan enjoys today is built on the sacrifices of those who died in the war. Obey stayed away from the shrine that honors convicted war criminals among the dead, but his ministers prayed there. The debate on sending back to school Children heats up as many schools are already closing. CBS News correspondent Michael George has more in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you and elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine two days after school started, we couldn't prepare for this situation like the superintendent said the other day, there's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning A quick check of Katy K Sports Baker Mayfield spent the offseason getting a complete makeover. The Cleveland quarterback arrived to training camp in better shape physically and mentally after a chaotic seek in second season with the Browns. 2017 Heisman Trophy winner and 2018 number one overall draft pick, acknowledged he wasn't himself a year ago and spent the offseason working on improving his body and mind. He trimmed down to improve his quickness. He's excited about the Browns chances this season after numerous offseason moves..

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I'm Allison Keys in the CBS News Washington Bureau. We begin with the latest on covert 19 as more than 167,000 people have died in the U. S. And California is now the first day to track over 600,000 cases. CBS has done you back us with the latest just two days into the school year. 14 students at Sea Wind Elementary school in Florida are in quarantine because a student had Corona virus symptom. We couldn't prepare for this situation like the superintendents of the other day, there's no playbook on this. In Georgia, nearly 300 students and teachers at Woodstock High School had to quarantine forcing the county to stop in person learning. It's unfortunate for the kids. After a student at a different Georgia High school was suspended for posting a photo of a crowded school hallway. A Georgia state representative set up a whistle blower email for students and staff to report complaints. This is an effort to make sure that if and when Georgia schools to go back to face to face instruction that we'd do some safely The Trump Administration continues to encourage schools to resume in person classes as soon as possible. But Georgia and Florida are among the 34 states in Puerto Rico, where the person of positive Corona virus test is higher than the recommended level for reopening. I say you want to open your schools Get out of the red. Do what you need to do. Close the bars where your masked Los Angeles continues to be a hot spot. The county reported nearly 2000 new cases on Thursday. Health officials say they are investigating large outbreaks at workplaces, including ups and so.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. Paris, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out, calling for a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. A senior postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been paved from member station W. VPN reports that comes amid concerns over recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure ballots got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station. W. Ay, The Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students of the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell, the Dow of 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% gaining 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points. That's a gate of 1.4%. This's NPR This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky New York State tenants who were facing eviction before the covert 19 pandemic have gotten a temporary reprieve. Gotham a Sydney Pereira reports. The state court system is allowing them to stay in their homes through at least October 1st. Under the new guidelines, proceedings on around 200,000 eviction cases filed before March 17th can resume in housing court. Many of those could take months to be resolved. And even in some 14,000 cases where eviction warrants have been issued before the pandemic, the new rules let those people see a judge again. But legal aid attorneys Warren When evictions resume come October 1st tenants can still be kicked out during a dangerous pandemic. Newly released body cam footage from the NYPD shows Officers Teza Ring a queen's man seven times before he died. The footage depicts a June confrontation in which four officers taste 29 year old George is a pan tous. In front of his home. Police were responding to a 911 call from a non looker regarding a confrontation between the White Stone man ended neighbor. The caller claimed a gun was involved. The NYPD says the incident is under internal investigation. Meanwhile, the city's police watchdog agency says it will have to lay off staff due to budget cuts at a time when the NYPD is under unprecedented scrutiny. Citizen's Complaint Review Board chair Frederick Davey. Says City Hall ordered him to cut spending by 4% because of the financial crisis caused by the covert 19 pandemic. It's unclear whether the cut will reduce the board's ability to investigate claims of officer brutality or other misconduct. A news website. Politico is reporting the NYPD. He will also have to cut its budget but is not being asked to lay.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For America. Everything we care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. PARIS, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out calling for John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. A senior postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been behavior from member station VPN reports that comes amid concerns over a recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure ballots got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station W. A. V. Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students of the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell, the Dow off 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% getting 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points at the gate of 1.4%. This's NPR Live from the news and terrorists. Tyler Kaiser Permanente is now expanding its services to include contact tracing, pouring $63 million into the effort to contain the Corona virus is health correspondent April. No, Bosque explains. Contact tracing is generally the responsibility of state and local governments. But many counties have struggled to hire enough tracers to keep up with new infections. Now Kaiser is partnering with the nonprofit Public Health Institute to hire its own. The institute CEO Mary Pittman says a patient who test positive for the virus in a Kaiser clinic will be connected to a Kaiser contact tracer right away, and we think that immediate handoff will make contact tracing. More effective because there won't be a gap in time. She says they will focus on recruiting a diverse, multi lingual workforce who can connect with the communities of color that are most impacted by the virus. I'm April Damn. Bosque News Governor Gavin Newsom is crediting mask wearing for a decline in the spread of Cove in 19 in California at a press conference this afternoon. Newsome said the number of Californians hospitalized with the virus has declined by 19% in the last two weeks. What you are doing is working. Wearing those face masks. Is responsible. I believe disproportionate for this trend line. But the trend line of new daily infections and test positivity rate is still unclear. That's because of a glitch in the state computer system that caused hundreds of thousands of cases to go unreported. Newsom says the backlog will likely be cleared this week in Oakland..

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"For America. Everything we care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. Paris, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out, calling for a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. Listen, Your Postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been paved from member station VPN reports that comes amid concerns over recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure Bao it's got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station W. E. The Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students at the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell. The Dow up 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% gaining 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points. That's a gain of 1.4%. This's NPR Authorities are investigating the shooting of a U. S. Air Force helicopter on a training mission in Virginia. This week. D'you, aged one and Huey Chopper made an emergency landing at a regional airport in Manassas, Virginia, just west of Washington. One crew member was injured. FBI and military investigators are trying to determine if the shooting was intentional. Greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase and last July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth. That's according to the latest state of the climate. Report. NPR's Rebecca Hirscher reports. The annual state of the climb report is put together by scientists, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This year's report finds that 2019 was one of the three hottest years ever recorded on Earth.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Courtesy of the Chicago Tribune, Johnny causes the musical director the program your thoughts on the Woodstock Madrigal singers. It's the best I have ever heard in my tire liner tremendous. The boss is in here, sir. My name is Brian. I'm the teacher and director school since we last saw you you were removed. I was not removed. You gotta plug. I do this group that you've heard this morning is one of six choirs at Woodstock high school and is one of two out of six choirs. Yeah. Does anybody go to class radio just get together to sing? I mean, it's not that. It's a bad thing. They actually do go to class. A lot of these students are in AP classes, honors classes, really involved, and they managed many of these students have zero hour, which means they're rehearsing every day from seven twenty two eight ten and this morning. They had kind of double zero hour because we were on the six o'clock train into the city. So it was it was a shake that effort by the early morning. Well, so where can we say we're going to see them? Yeah. Definitely. So today, actually, we're going to be around the city will be at one north LaSalle singing at a five headquarters, which is a marketing company that promotes Woodstock and promotes local businesses at Woodstock. So we'll be singing it their venue. One north LaSalle will be at the Chris kindle market from one thirty two. Thirty singing at their performance venue. And then in the future, we have the magical dinner, which the students were traditional renaissance and Elizabethan costumes, which is a treat for for them. And for the audience, and that is December.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Midway fifty six at the lakefront and in Glenview, fair skies and fifty three going up to sixty WB marketwatch. The Dow is down one hundred eighty eight points, the s&p five hundred is down twenty. The NASDAQ is down one hundred five WBZ news time ten twenty one. At our top story this hour. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee says the FBI found no hint of misconduct and its investigation of sexual misconduct claims against supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh Senator. Jack creek Chuck Grassley says he's received a briefing from his staff on the confidential report and the Iowa Republican says in a statement, there's nothing in it that we didn't already know will a much more on this story coming up at ten thirty one a breaking story just into our newsroom safe. Passage worker was wounded when he was caught in the crossfire between two other people in the fifty six hundred block of west corporate place, the worker who is in his twenties was taken to the hospital in serious condition. No arrests. So far stay with WBZ NewsRadio for the latest on this developing story. A woman was found dead behind an abandoned building on the west side yesterday. Thority say they believe the woman was stabbed by a man she was arguing with inside the building and the forty five hundred block of west Adams her name and age not yet. Being released a registered sex offenders behind bars reportedly entering Woodstock high school earlier this week. The northwest herald reports surveillance video shows twenty two year old James Cornelius of Woodstock entering the school on Monday afternoon. And then leaving about ten minutes later. School officials believe he may have been trying to speak with staff members for some reason as a registered sex.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"You're listening now on your radio, phone, computer, are smart speaker. I'm Pat Cassidy AccuWeather says get ready for a big change in the weather. Partly sunny, breezy turning much, much cooler. It's very Wendy right now. Temperatures falling into the upper fifties. Sixty one degrees at O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio gathered around her a democratic challenger, Jay Pritzker. Again, took off the gloves early in their latest debate. Aired last night on channel seven the story this morning from WBZ's Bob Roberts. I the candidates exchanged barbs in the Quincy veterans home Pritzker, alleging an attempt to cover up legionella infection, then it was Pritzker toilets and the Lord property tax. Bill. He's promised to pay when it moved down to stay taxes. He's defending the most unfair income tax system in the nation. That's what Eleanor has I pay my income taxes. Bottom are paying thirteen and eleven percent and people at the top are paying about half of that Bronner said the state must attract business to grow its tax base faster than spending increases Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what five point nine FM. Closing arguments are to begin this morning and the murder trial of Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke. WBZ Bernie to foia is live outside the Layton criminal court building with the story. Bernie jury deliberations could begin as early as this afternoon. The forty year old police officers accused of first degree murder aggravated battery and official misconduct in the shooting of teenagers. Quantum McDonald observation dyke testified he shot the sixteen year old because he believed McDonald was going to attack police with a knife. Prosecutors say video shows otherwise one question is whether judge Vincent gone will instruct the jury that it can find Van Dyke guilty of a lesser charge of second-degree murder live outside the criminal court building burning to foyer NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM registered sex offenders behind bars this morning after reportedly entering Woodstock high school earlier this week. The northwest herald reports surveillance video shows twenty two year old James Cornelius Woodstock and in the school Monday afternoon, leaving about ten minutes later school officials believe they've been trying to speak with staff members for some reason as a registered sex offender, he's barred from being on any. The school property. Several sources indicate the Catholic League east suburban Catholic League plan to merge for football. And official announcement is expected to be released later today. The sun times reports the full merger. Maybe the first step towards a merger for more sports. WBZ news time six.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And change in a heartbeat wsb depend on it but check i 285 for early delays in less than three minutes now at 539 wsb temperature's sixty police search for suspects after a manish shot and killed while trying to change a tire on memorial drive at boulevard detective say justin edwards leaves the restaurant with his girlfriend comes out to his car in finds his rear tyres slashed while changing one of the tires he shot and killed his father jolo a longtime community activists working to curb gun violence believes his son set up this was a hit but what raise natto joel edwards says his son justin a great dad to his 4yearold boy and he was working on on his master's degree plus working as a manager at lockheed martin to edit killers too many kardak two days later as a needs to be done about it robert orlinsky wsb one of georgia's longestserving mayors has died willie ray oswald led lake city for twenty nine years and first served on the city council in 1974 ajc reports he survived can't fifteen cancer diagnosis and two gunshot wounds from a hunting accident a city of jonesboro calls oswald a pillar in clayton county and a friend to all five years after being hit by a drunk driver a former woodstock high school athlete looks to inspire others italy moments word of the day persevere now five years after a drug driver ran over the former basketball player and fled the scene the woodstock high wolverine received honors and maiden inspiring speech for large group of cherokee county female athletes lomans injuries brummel 'table surgeries a continue rehab it she had learned how to walk talk and read again.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To the scene four others survived including the pilot no word on a caused the ntsb is investigating after a rash of deadly train crashes senator chuck schumer wants the dot reversed a decision to allow sleep apnea testing for training juniors when we asked the department of transportation why they've withdrawn from doing it they have no good answer he blames the trump administration's fight of regulations investigators blamed human error for this month's crash in south carolina the killed in amtrak conductor an engineer the westminster dog show begins today new york city here at the hotel pennsylvania where many of the westminster dog stay there is a fullon canine quaffing station set up in the basement complete with bathtub than lots of low diet reporter julie walker says more the freighter dogs are vying for the agility championship a record twenty nine mixedbreed dogs are competing this year the winter's always been a pure bred again the westminster dog show is today and tomorrow new york takata reaches a settlement with people injured by its lethally defective airbags should pave the way for the company to get out from under chapter eleven bankruptcy protection under the settlement a trust fund will be established for the victims to caught must also sell most of its assets to a chineseowned rival the airbags responsible for at least twenty deaths worldwide f five years after being hit by a drunk driver of former woodstock high school lack leakers looking to inspire others emily moments word of the day persevered a me now he is five years after a drug driver ran over the former basketball player and fled the scene the woodstock high wolverine received honors and maiden inspiring speech to a large group of cherokee county female athletes lomans injuries ron multiple surgeries a continued rehab and she had learned how to walk talk and read again in verse but she walked off on the podium to thunderous applause turkey has accounted doug turnbull wsb wsb news time is four or thirty six them fog out there to start the day the heavy rain his left was forgive his beaten on weather and traffic now get your denies for the.

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"woodstock high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sure is appeals for decades because a ridiculous let's just incredibly beautiful farmland on something that i think you may recognize elitism first of all thank engineering here than a fabulous job ben where to go um and but you guys are amazing and i want you to remember something that our friends from white christmas told us remarks ago maher talking about teachers they add that their remember you guys get old whatever you do with their lives you're going to remember him because of some of the best time zia life and death don't lose sight of that uh whether you're stuck in social media get your faces buried in your phones this is the good stuff and he made a lot of people happy this morning one more takizawa what are gonna take so this is jingle bells i've heard of that again wherever you thank you again for having a strip the millions a lot for us to be able to perform here on and to continue this tradition of woodstock high school on wgn were so happy to be here and riverview hope that you've that you a have a happy holiday tall thank you really gene business wound the niece oh gene whoa gene vijay singh this leslie ms raza dji gene gene gene king lengthy and applause erupted thank you very much thank.

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