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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Against the pandemic from Kalamazoo, Michigan. This morning workers at the size or planted cheering as the last boxes of Corona virus vaccine vials were taken by CART out of the facility. CDC director also giving the final go ahead for the newly FDA approved vaccine at a dozens of responses to our open mic feature all of our listeners so far, telling us they'll take the vaccine once it becomes available to them. I was in the trial and didn't receive the actual vaccine. Mean and so I would say everyone should get it. It was no big deal. Definitely getting the Koven vaccine. If you don't What's the point of 2021? We want to know your plans. Will you be taking the Corona virus vaccine what it's available and why or why not tell us what you think, using the Open mic feature on the WSB radio app. First dose is expected to be administered tomorrow to those in the highest priority groups. Forsyth County schools announcing the district will move high school classes online for the rest of 2020 due to a rise in positive coronavirus cases. Face to face instruction will resume January. 6th. Same goes for three high schools in Cherokee County, River Ridge, Sequoia and Woodstock high schools. The election result here in Georgia will stand after the high court here in our state rejects an appeal of the lawsuit filed by lawyers for President Trump. This is yet another setback for the president, Georgia Supreme Court rejecting the appeal, which looked to overturn the election results here in Georgia. Now, the lawsuit claims thousands of people voted here illegally. This comes after the Supreme Court votes seven to Friday night not to take up the Texas election lawsuit. President telling Fox and friends No judge has had the courage including the.

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

"High school in Cherokee County to cancel on campus learning until the end of the month, the school system announced over the weekend. 25 students at the Canton School have tested positive for Corona virus, and 500 of their classmates have been quarantined for 14 days. Last week, Cherokee County schools temporarily suspended in person instruction at Ottawa and Woodstock high schools. Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. New numbers from the Department of Public Health show the state has now tested more than two million people for Corona virus. With more than 237,000 of those tests coming back positive. In the last 24 hours, Georgia recorded 33 deaths, 59 hospitalizations and more than 1800 new cases of covert 19 in depth coverage of campaign 2020 on 95.5 ws me. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington Because of the Corona virus outbreak, There will be no delegates elected officials in reporters jammed into an MBA arena in Milwaukee. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome his Democrats instead will gather remotely from around the nation to nominate Joe Biden for president. All those in favor say Aye, Today's highlights include speeches from Senator Bernie Sanders and former first lady Michelle Obama ws Re sports Little flare into right center fan. It's gonna drop behind foresight. Markakis comes through with a two strike it It wasn't hard hit, but it was perfectly placed in the Braves. It broken through his ship. Carry on Fox Sports Brave Shut out the Marlins four to Nothing in Miami, Atlanta is back truest Park Monte Di to open a three game series against the world champion Washington Nationals. Also on Monday, the SEC reveals its conference only football schedule that's set to begin September 26th week. One will be announced to three PM on the SEC network with the remainder of the games made public at 7 p.m. WSB news time. 203 Now at 8 a.m. Every weekday morning.

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"There's a ban on rent and security deposit increases through October 15th. That's cover radios Miley Katie. What appeared to be a lie about a miss Misplaced wallet gets a local man arrested. Police believe the guy left his backpack and wallet in a West Seattle home while he was burglarizing an early Friday morning. They were looking. Police were looking for him when he called 911 claiming a stranger had just stolen his wallet. The couple who chased the man out of their house helped police identify him as the suspected intruder and he was arrested. Cloudy skies or no, I'm sorry. That is wrong, Sonny. Today I have 82 clear skies tonight. Right now it's 75 degrees in downtown Seattle. Christmas Stream Cairo Radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo radio ad by northwest dot com. Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand Corona virus. Thiss is the CBS News weekend round up from the legal zoom studios in Washington LEGALZOOM where life meets legal coming up. The latest in a fight over mail and voting mail in ballots for the November election may not be delivered on time going to class amid covert 19 We talked to them about the risks a windfall for an aquarium. We were Using wishes to help moving forward. I'm Allison Keys in the CBS News Washington Bureau We begin with the latest on Covert, 19 has more than 167,000 people have died in the U. S. And California is now the first state 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 superintendent said 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. 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 do go back to face to face instruction that we do some safely.

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on KCRW

"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 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 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 and from the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom This is Casey AR W. On Larry Parole on a Wednesday, August 12th. Here's what's happening at 504 L. A County Board of Supervisors. Ability to scale up a three person unit in the public defender's office to track misconduct and use of force by law enforcement in the county could be in danger Case histories. Castle reports that the board asked for a report on the proposal, and it's estimated to cost roughly $2.3 million a year. It's a small number when viewing the $34.9 billion county operating budget, but county CEO Sochi whom I recommended that the board first consider leveraging existing staff and technology to do the job. Mama told the board that the quote eventual rollout of body worn cameras will improve the accountability of police interaction. Even though the program is expected to take roughly a year and 1/2 to roll out toe All patrol deputies public defender Robert Garcia said that a properly skilled law enforcement Accountability unit could be one of the most powerful cost effective and direct means to ensure law enforcement accountability. He also believes that the lack of resource is to call out bad behavior has emboldened some officers will be serious. Counselor reporting the L. A County Sheriff Department says it will begin rolling out body cameras in October. Sheriff Alex Vienna, Waves said today. The 1st 1200 cameras will go to deputies at five stations with another 4000 to come within five years. The absence of body cameras has made the department an outlier among major law enforcement agencies. LAPD introduced the devices five years ago. Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas, who pushed body cams in 2012 has blamed the sheriff's Department for the long delays. Today Vienna Wave a blame county leaders with whom he frequently feuds for dragging their feet. The border supervising ran out of excuses in ways to block it. That's what happened. It took 20 months to overcome the resistance. During a news conference today, he called the use of body cameras a major step toward transparency. And he predicted that the cameras would exonerate deputies accused of misconduct and in today's climate where everyone is doubting the product of law enforcement. I can say honestly, that with the by the one cameras, the public themselves can see that what deputies they're saying and doing in the field matches what they're seeing on video. Villanueva says the sheriff's department is buying a total of 5200 cameras at a cost of $25 million. Support for NPR comes in the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts. For everyone, ideas and information at Wallace foundation dot org's It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and I Mary Louise Kelly. Joe Biden is following in the footsteps of his former boss, president Obama in picking a former rival as his running mate. But before Camilla Harris ran for president and challenged Biden on the debate stage She was the junior senator from California while she's still the junior senator from California, And it's in that role that she has made a name for herself as an aggressive questioner in Senate committee rooms we're going to talk about Harris is Senate career and how that career has positioned her for this moment with NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snow had Kelsey Hi there. So come. Blair's has only been Senator Harris for about 3.5 years. Not so long in the grand scheme of Senate career's. How has she used her time there so far? You don't. Not only is it not a lot of time in Senate time, but it's also time spent in the minority where it's notoriously difficult to get legislation passed. You know, her very first speech on the Senate floor was all about the Dream Act. And that's the legislation to provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as Children, and that has been kind of a central issue for her. She also works on justice related issues like due process for immigrants, and that police reform bill that passed the house earlier this summer. She was a major figure in that, you know, At the same time, she was one of the main sponsors of bill to make lynching a federal crime. Here's how she talked about the convergence of those issues. Black lives have not been taken seriously. Being fully human. And deserving of dignity. And it should not require a maiming or torture. In order for us to recognize a lynching when we see it and recognize it by federal law. So those are major issues for her, And you know, she has been criticized for her background as a tough on crime attorney general back in California, But supporters say her record in the Senate has really been focused on justice and due process was speaking of the background that propelled her to the Senate. She among other past life. She was a prosecutor how she used that experience. You know, it has given her a reputation as a person who will ask direct and pointed questions. I'm thinking about the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh, now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She asked him to address specific abortion related cases and whether or not they were correctly decided. She also got into a contentious exchange with him over his insistence that the investigation into Allegations of his past sexual miss kind of wears a witch hunt. Not that got a lot of national attention, and she you know to her tough questioning really did frustrate President Trump and it's something he's brought up repeatedly. He's called her treatment of cabin on nasty, which is a term he has typically reserved for women. So that is how the president says he sees her. What about how her colleagues in the Senate see her? Kelsey is somebody who has walked those halls a Capitol Hill and watched a lot of Senate hearings. How is she perceived there? You know, I've talked to a lot of her colleagues, Democrats and Republicans, and they say she's a very active member on the committee. She works on. She does intelligence and judiciary and homeland security..

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Eight aircraft crashed in Ethiopia over the weekend killing all one hundred fifty seven people on board. Correspondent David McKenzie says more countries now have decided to ground the aircraft China Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, if European the Caymans Mongolia, if he's charge it that's just a partial list of all of those countries and airliners that have grounded this brand new type of play also added to that list this morning. The u k funeral services for slain McHenry county deputy Jacob Kellner are set for Wednesday morning at Woodstock high school. Yesterday Floyd Brown the man accused of shooting and killing Kellner appeared in Rockford courtroom. No plea was entered no bond sat. He's back in court March. Twentieth faces local and federal charges. Meanwhile, the one hundred club of Chicago's expanding its mission to help Cutler's family more on the story from Kathy Volker, one hundred club of Chicago's mission is to provide for families of first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty and cook and lake counties. But they're expanding their service area to McHenry county now, and we'll help the wife and two young boys of McHenry county sheriff's deputy, Jake Kellner thirty five year old Kellner was shot and killed last week while attempting to serve a warrant to a known fugitive in Rockford Joey her and CEO of the hundred club of Chicago joined John how Monday on WLS we were out on Saturday to meet with Becky, the the wife and the family to provide immediate financial support starts in. It starts at just an immediate fifty thousand dollars just to take care of them. And then of course. What's really important for the deputies to children is educational assistance for the for the future? If you want to help, go to one hundred clubs Chicago dot org and make a donation, Kathy. Volkmar WLS AM eight nine empire actor jussie smollet expected at a hearing to discuss whether cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during his disorderly conduct case spokeswoman for small that's attorneys says the actor is expected to attend the hearing Cook County criminal court today. Grand jury indicted smollet last week on sixteen felony counts accusing him of lying to the police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack by two masked men in downtown Chicago police alleged smollet staged the attack January twenty ninth because he was unhappy with his salary and wanted to promote his career WLS news time ten oh, four.

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Rick Bellairs is it snowing out there? Rick in Woodstock, I was just gonna tell Roger that. It's a little bit of late flurry starting. All right. We got instant weather report for Roger battery with this crazy weather. Rick is an active participant in in the affairs of civic affairs of Woodstock and groundhog day events is is something that started. I. How long ago Rick? The movie was filmed in nineteen Ninety-two mostly in Woodstock, right? It came out in nineteen Ninety-three and probably the following year for groundhog day. There were a few people around town who celebrated right a small little thing, and it has grown and grown and grown in each year. We get more and more people coming from farther and farther out. Most of your listeners are hardly an hour away. What we're getting people coming to New York and California Carolina's and even even some other countries coming round today. So our fame has spread well in in part because that film has has you know, attain. The level of justifiable to my mind of a classic. And and Bill Murray being Bill Marie inhaled Ramos being now dead and his daughter violent just writing a book about Harold. And you were in. In. I don't I don't mean to make too much of this wreck. You were one of the stars of one of the unheralded stars of that film. How did that happen? Willie? They came to Woodstock to make a movie, and they announced that they were looking for extras, nobody really knew much about the movie what it was gonna be about your, but you had to be available multiple days because they were going to be shooting the same day over and over again. And each day, they shot something it had the the weather had to be the same. We had to commit for for an extended period. So they had people come to Woodstock high school and sign in and many of the people you see in the crowds teams are just local residents. Look, I love. Yeah. And we have each weekend during groundhog rate free showing of the movie groundhog day in the Woodstock theater, and it it's funny because you can sit there watching the movie, and there's always somebody who was in the movie there, and you could hear this. Okay. Look look freeze that movie stop freeze frame freeze frame. I know that was not the quite the end of your movie career, but it was the highpoint of your movie career this Tuesday. I am assuming when they the everything kicks off at this groundhog day party is indoors on Tuesday. Yes. Tuesday is indoors. That's a kickoff at the McDonald's on route forty seven in with that then Wednesday the coldest. Luckily for us if they at an off day, I know you're so wise so perfect and that had happened when you plan this whole thing then Thursday, you have groundhog's story time tell me what that is. So what's that public library has a stories particularly groundhog oriented for kids, and that's in the state left. Jeff eight part of the upper house, and then we have the awakening which is like Woodstock its first appearance of the season. And then followed by trivia, the woods that groundhog day movie trivia, where does that take place? Stage left cafe as well. Then you have on Friday, February first groundhog movie memorabilia, I'm assuming that's kind of exhibit of movie. Number. Pictures left. Lots of things from the movie behind sketches from the greens and pictures of the places they were gonna use the movie we have a copy of the script with time by herald Ramos and be big exciting thing this year in groundhog day in which is that Stephen who played the annoying insurance agent. Ned Ryerson is coming back to Woodstock or groundhog day. Again this year he's been before. But we add on you. And I I think of us as the groundhog day radio couples. We hit him on the radio before it in. He he's he's a very decent. Good guy of he's coming back because he knows it'll be fun, and it has been at the library. And we'll be able to tell some of his stories there on Friday. So saturday. However, the big Saturday's the big day, the groundhog who I've written about the ground tow before he lives not far from Woodstock in in comes in. He comes in. What time does that happen at sunrise, right? Seven o'clock in the park in the square. Oh, wonderful and that whole day. I mean, you can fill the whole day with events. There's a groundhog day breakfast, groundhog wood carving. What does that do people have to carve groundhog's or do their best to eight professional wood Carver he has a log, and he will have his chainsaw. The Saturday morning. People can watch him turn that into a crowd. Well, then at ten o'clock Saturday morning, we've got the free showing of the movie groundhog day in the theater and then throughout the day as you said, there's there's bingo and trivia, and you can go bowling in the bowling alley. That was used in the movie, there's eight bags ornament, ah pub college the whole day of a well, the other thing the other thing I'd like, and I think this is a relatively new addition is the opera house in old courthouse tours that are you gonna take place? I mean all throughout the day. I would assume right. Well, they normally do these on the first Saturday of the month and giving the public a chance to take a walk through are the two gems on the square and because it's groundhog day. They've just agreed to start a bit earlier. So from like, eight o'clock in the morning, people can go inside and see a bit of history. Go backstage into the judge's chambers of the courthouse. Go back stage in the opera house, and the best part is you can go inside and warm up. It's not wait a minute though. Next Saturday, it's going to be. Fifty degrees. People be out playing golf leave. My. The other thing that takes place on Saturday. The second is the walking tour of filming sites, which which some people do on their own. It can be a kind of do it yourself kind of thing. Right. There is a map and all that jazz on the where the puddle was that the non rising stepped in. We've got a map that shows the spots and places around town are plaque. So you can see where the puddle is Bill Murray stepped in. There's a plaque on the bed and breakfast where Bill Murray state and woke up every morning looking out on groundhog day. So these around town so you can wander on your own or or take the tour. Let me ask you Rick. I did a story with your your immense. Help some years ago about the people who had bought the house that functioned as the the were Bill Murray stayed and woke up every morning to Sonny and Cher. What is it still a BNB? It is it is called the cherry tree in BNB. These are the second owners now big four when when they made the movie it was actually a private resident. Right. Right. Right. Where you used to go up and play with the kid in the attic, I mean school with after the movie it was life, imitating art, the home came the bed and breakfast now in its second owners, and they're very involved in the ground holiday festivities, and they give tours of people can go in and see the the bed and breakfast. That's so nice. Were they must also I mean, it's a beautiful building. I have not been inside. But it's a beautiful Bill beautiful building. And I gotta believe that places booked solid because there are some real groundhog day fanatics. I mean, I know that. Once met or heard from a couple of from Japan who would come to Woodstock to see where the movie was made. And I'm assuming they stay there. Does it do for day week? They're booked about a year and a debt. It's a very busy weekend for them. They're busy all year round. But for groundhog day weekend. It's just ridiculous. That is one of those eighteen nineties. I was talking about the from the towns where for you. There must be referred to get a little personal. There must be a real. He must feel real sense of pride. When people feel that they will in the next much of the next week for these groundhog day festivities. Yes, it's it celebrating a cool. Interesting interesting and four-star movie, but it's also celebrating a place am I being too romantic about all this week? It has actually has almost grown beyond the movie, and I even mentioned to somebody the other day that that if the movie hadn't become the classic that it is would we even be doing this? It does draw people and it it's fun event. In the middle of winter Christmas is behind this spring is away off. There's a group of volunteers who put this together each year, and for most of our events are free or for the benefit of local civic organizations, and it is it is fun to see the people come to town last year. I remember walking around the square, and I have a groundhog on my hats. I'm rather. Of course, you do. Yeah. And people kept coming up to me telling me how much they liked the town. How friendly the people were all great stuff to here? Yeah. That really is great stuff to here. And when you go, ladies and gentlemen to Woodstock groundhog day dot org. There's actually it's Woodstock groundhog dot org. Website doesn't have day. Oh, no day. Dot org. Thank you very much. Mr. Bill Ayers, Woodstock, grandpa dot org and see all the events many, many, many the majority of which are free. But there are also ways to explore Woodstock. It's. Excuse me with sock itself. Well, stay warm the next few days. Rick bellairs. Boy, you must've been terrified for a while thinking we were getting there. I was glad to see the weather. With a bang. But it is you and I both mid westerners. And this is even for us. This is a strange strange week of weather. Knock them dead. Rick and thank you so much for reminding me of it, and it's a special place, ladies and gentlemen, if you've never been to Woodstock this would be a. A good time to explore it. A Arlene lines is still good with their bookstore. Oh, yeah. And. Location central for groundhog day souvenirs memorabilia, good for her. And it's one of the great independent bookstores in this country. Rick take care of yourself. Stay warm, and then petty groundhog for me if he doesn't face. Great. Thank you very much. He's a very good guy rebel coming up. Mark Howard to talk about the return of the trinity Irish dance company to the auditorium theatre. After a ten year absence. He's on the road now. So we'll grab him. He's in Minnesota. I think so it.

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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high schools" 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 schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm Sabrina cubit live at the WSB twenty four hour news desk. Just our just after the opening bell this morning. The Dow plunged more than four hundred points, this is because of global market turmoil. After major declines in Europe and Asia right now, the WSB market watch shows the Dow down nearly five hundred points at four hundred sixty seven that's down about one and a half percent more than one and a half percent at twenty four thousand eight hundred forty nine NASDAQ also down one hundred seventy nine the P is off fifty six we'll continue to watch the markets throughout the day and bring you the WSB market update. We have fifty five degrees on Peachtree street. A mix of clouds and sun today afternoon. Highs around seventy channel two meteorite latest Brad Nitz will have Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up Georgia lawmakers will return to Atlanta for a rare special session due to the devastation from hurricane. Michael governor Nathan deal is making the call because of the severe financial impact of the monster storm. He says the budget will need to be amended to cover the cleanup costs which could reach. Each one hundred million dollars. It includes debris removal and overtime. Local government workers who put in long hours after the storm NWS's Bill Caiaccio reports. A special session begins November thirteenth and could go five days. Governor Nathan deal ordering flags at half staff to honor Gwinnett officer Antoin Tony killed in the line of duty. His funeral is tomorrow at twelve stone church and Lawrenceville after visitation today at cruel brother's funeral home in Peachtree corners. And as we reported earlier police fatally shot his accused killer, Monday and a confrontation of Hewitt road. And this just in its new at ten thirty Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the supreme court says that she has the beginning stages of dementia and probably Alzheimer's disease. She made the announcement in a letter today, she said that her diagnosis was made some time ago, and that her condition has progressed. She is no longer able to participate in public life. O'connor who is eighty eight years old was nominated by president Ronald Reagan and took her seat on the court in nine hundred eighty one she announced her retirement back in two thousand five this is also new at ten thirty a former Woodstock high school chorus teacher. Facing sex charges. Ryan mckendrick was arrested over the weekend on charges of sexual battery against a child under the age of sixteen sexual assault by teacher also tampering with evidence as well as four counts related to distributing or promoting obscene materials of minors. He is the third metro Atlanta teacher to be accused of sexual misconduct involving a child in the last month. The Vatican is laying the groundwork to open formal debate on an issue that has long been taboo, opening up the priesthood to married men in parts of the world where clergy are scarce. Pope Francis has convened a meeting of South American bishops for next year and in WSB sports, Atlanta United announcing manager Tom Martino will resign at the end of the season. He's reportedly headed to coach the Mexican national team the five stripes are on the verge of winning the supporters shield at earning the top seed in the MLS playoffs which start next week. WBZ news time ten thirty three tomorrow.

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WSB-AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high schools" 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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WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high schools" 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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WGN Radio

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high schools" 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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"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"woodstock high schools" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gonzalez nice down oh do you believe you saw thursday shower all right geez us new why geez he owelry though he come in ooh she has more in a baby boy hey his though gene the news you're you're out i had that was on i thought that was very good i know you've nailed it i could tell by the smile on your face jeremy you'll get about them have now intern arie's so good i just i'm just curious how do you do practice individually and then together because everyone's at a different range and then yelled of course other small groups does agree because i'd be listening to the person next to me like london well yeah we do we do practice in different parts that was four parts women but one of the biggest things that the students need to get in this group is a sense of musical independence that they can hold their own line and sing sing against somebody else so when we test yudin's ticketed this group icing one part and they sing another part and then we test to see if they can stand there because it's it's tricky sniffer dogs and we have a rap oh yeah exactly luggage was delighted were jeff they do all these complicated far out the sad thing is they don't know jingle bells one more very up sure we are all on hold on we'll take a break what our tease the audience and germany's a proud product of woodstock high school where our friend john so sir ronald wilson winston and jobs in christian samuelsen as well but these guys the vernon hills chamber choir i am now booking them and they'll come back and say well more next before we get to the bill a windy experience hosted by looted aid we know who's during the show today john had a judy pilot next well almost in a few minutes.

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