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"yellowstone" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | Last month

"yellowstone" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A green colored coyote quietly keeps an eye I do suddenly takes a flight no more than skin and bones It's just another day in the yellow stone And who might you be served My name is representative Colin Nash I serve in the Idaho state legislature Representative Nash has learned that a quirk in the law likely means that if someone were to commit a crime and the 50 square miles of Yellowstone National Park within Idaho even a murder they couldn't be punished because nobody lives there to form a jury as required by the Sixth Amendment to the constitution Surely this can be fixed can it I think the simplest fix would is what we're asking for in a joint memorial that I proposed in the state legislature is to just simply put that 50 square mile swath of Yellowstone into Idaho's federal judicial district And how would that solve the problem If that was done they are prosecutors there would have jurisdiction to prosecute cases and would be able to see the jury from both the state and district where the crime occurred But that has not happened in the 150 years of Yellowstone But this loophole will be applied to other places the only federal judicial district that has jurisdiction beyond its state borders is the federal judicial district in Wyoming It extends into both Idaho and Montana but the Montana portion those small is actually populated So I think the only place that this particular law professor was able to find that falls into this was 50 square miles in Yellowstone National Park in Idaho Just curious as anyone ever tried to use this argument in court There may have been a case out of Montana reginald tried to use this relative to some type of crime related to hunting but particular fact product didn't quite fit the scenario laid out into my knowledge the argument was unsuccessful So unless you know someone willing to consider 12 grizzly bears as the jury of his peers let's hope representative Nash canned fix this The offbeat I'm Jim bohannon This is the marketplace minute I'm Justin.

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“Yellowstone” Actor Forrie J. Smith Missing SAG Awards Over Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 3 months ago

“Yellowstone” Actor Forrie J. Smith Missing SAG Awards Over Mandate

Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection

"The the state state of of Wyoming Wyoming is is asking asking the the federal federal government government to to remove remove grizzly grizzly bears bears in in around around Yellowstone Yellowstone National National Park Park from from protection protection under under the the Endangered Endangered Species Species Act Act Wyoming Wyoming governor governor mark mark Gordon Gordon says says the the declaration declaration dates dates back back to to nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five and and Grizzlies Grizzlies at at Yellowstone Yellowstone now now can can no no longer longer be be considered considered in in danger danger articulation articulation is is over over target target in in terms terms of of viable viable populations populations nearly nearly nearly nearly three three times times if if the the request request is is approved approved the the bears bears could could be be hunted hunted one one of of the the problems problems with with bears bears come come into into contact contact with with humans humans sometimes sometimes it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for humans humans often often it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for Bairstow Bairstow Yellowstone Yellowstone region region spans spans Wyoming Wyoming Idaho Idaho and and Montana Montana and and raise raise a a Carty Carty with with the the center center for for biological biological diversity diversity says says the the bears bears may may not not be be endangered endangered now now but but there there is is no no scientific scientific reason reason to to hunt hunt grizzly grizzly bears bears now now they're they're predators predators they they manage manage their their own own populations populations recorded recorded calls calls Wyoming's Wyoming's petition petition outrageous outrageous I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Jim Carafano on America's Supply Chain and the Slowest Crisis Ever

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Jim Carafano on America's Supply Chain and the Slowest Crisis Ever

"Com. He's the vice president of the heritage foundation that conservative mothership. He's been away, 'cause he's been traveling, but he's back in studio to give us the latest updates on national security on foreign policy. He's James carafano, doctor colonel, follow him at JJ on Twitter. Jim supplied saying ships off the coast of California. That's not just a business issue, is it? No. Well, first of all, this has been building for several months. So it's like the slowest crisis. If you're surprised. Ever seen. It's like you're watching Yellowstone and you know somebody's gonna get shot at episode 8 and you're an episode one. So they had many, many months. To get in front of this, and they didn't. And I think as people know now, it's throughout the supply chain. It's the warehouses are full. There are truck drivers there are workers in the docs. The Chinese are playing this. People are playing this, like, so shippers are saying, okay, yeah, you got to fix price contract. No problem. But your stuff's at the back of the line. You want to redo the contract? Well, maybe we can move it up. So people are doing it legal activities. There's a whole thing. This administration let this problem proliferate to look at out of control. Once you get behind a supply chain bubble like that, it'll take months. Yeah, because the backlog stays the backlog. It'll take months to unravel it. Itself out. So this was a completely avoidable issue. Is it the administration's fault? Yes, because the government had the capacity to step in, not taking over the private sector, but to do, but to do the kinds of government things where you just take some of the rains off so people can move things. To fix that and then the worst thing is, they lied

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Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 8 months ago

Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute

"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.

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Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:59 min | 9 months ago

Matthew Stafford Set Two Career-Highs in His First Game With the Rams

"Everyone was watching in la as matthew stafford made his rams debut now. I thought there was a lot of pressure. Actually on mcvay because at yellowstone i got to make. I'm teasing. meet earlier. Anna anna. It's contagious. You take a guy number one overall. He takes you to a super bowl. He makes to pro bowls you trade him plus two ones any three boy. That new guy. You bring better baller. But that's why he's the coach. And we're not ed something that we didn't see. He's off in kabul. Listen jacuzzis effort. Always had that crazy top. Whatever happened what happened. They just sounds awkward. Cousy or whatever the case is his. I q really just won me over and jacuzzi and commerce three hundred twenty one passing yards three passing touchdowns no interceptions. According to elias stafford is the first player in. Nfl history to win his team. Debut while passing for three hundred yards three touchdowns and no interceptions

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Montana Asks Court Not to Block New Laws Targeting Abortion

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Montana Asks Court Not to Block New Laws Targeting Abortion

"Montana house accord not to block new laws targeting abortion Montana's Republican Attorney General is asking a court not to block enforcement of several new abortion laws Planned Parenthood filed the suit in the Yellowstone District Court claiming the laws would unconstitutionally restrict access to the procedure in the state the laws are set to take effect October first they would ban abortions after twenty weeks of gestation and restrict access to abortion pills the state is represented by the alliance defending freedom a conservative Christian legal group I'm Walter Ratliff

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

Trust The Trail Podcast

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

"With a little saying, I couldn't read the saying. Something about why bears are number one. Something like that, or as bears do poop in the water. Something like that, but yeah, it was crazy, it was wearing a bed, and he was, you know, he was putting on quite the show. And he could care less. Who was watching? Unless you actually walked up there, I think you probably care that. Yeah. But you're scanning for predators. The scanning for predators. But I think you're right. I think one of the things that, you know, we get out of it. Oh, we have gotten out of Yellowstone. And I think our guests and our listeners and our Friends, that came out for the meet and greet. I think they got the same thing was that it's pretty raw and wild out here. And you know, you have, you know, you have a wildlife encounter in the four country..

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

Trust The Trail Podcast

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

"You know what's available, you know what's not available, you know where the bear boxes are, you know what your systems are for bear country territory. You know all the rules all the regulations up front in a very short time. Yeah. And the other thing too is that, you know, again, the backpacking permit system, a lot of people come out here at the last minute and if you can't get your permits online, if it doesn't look like you're gonna go, I would say come out anyway and talk to a ranger don't put off your trip to come out here if you can not get a backpacking permit online. There's just two many other trails out here that are gonna offer a really beautiful experience and you can always come back and then try to do that trail again. Many, many of the backpackers that are out here that we've talked to have said that they got their backpacking permit that day or the two or three days prior and most of them that we've heard did not go through the permit, I'm not saying don't do that. I'm just saying, the ones that we've talked to have come out here in the last minute and have gone and they've been able to get what they wanted to get. So, you know, there's way too many backpacking trails out here. Not to be able to go backpacking at pretty much any time that you want to. Definitely early spring. And then probably right in the beginning of September, I would think that some of the best backpacking out here the weather is just incredible for backpacking right now the nights are very cool. Other than today. But the nights are very cool. And most of the time, the temperature never gets above 80°. Sometimes it does. We're at about 7300 feet right now. We're doing our podcasts we're at about 6200 feet. And we will definitely be bundled up and are sleeping bags tonight because it's going to be chilly, but for the most part against early September and you know the crowds are starting to dissipate the wildlife is starting to become a lot more active, more in the valleys because they're coming down because the weather is beginning to become a lot cooler. You're probably going to fight a lot more moisture during this time period. Whether it's rain, whether it's snow specifically in September, but the benefit that you have to be more interactive with the wildlife at a closer range is going to offer you offer you the benefit of maybe being so comfortable because you know you're in the middle of the early August or whatever. So backpacking on Yellowstone is one of the things that you're going to have to take the bear safety very, very seriously. You're not going to be able to eat or have dinner. At your tent, you are going to have to follow the bare safety guidelines that leave no trace offers and Yellowstone National Park.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

Trust The Trail Podcast

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

"And if you're looking for an off time to be able to secure permits for that area because it is definitely a more popular option for many you are wanting to the back country permit system is unique as every single national park offers something unique. I would say Yellowstone has really nailed their system down and you can get backcountry permits three days prior and if you don't have the one that you necessarily want, you're going to get something very, very close to it that will offer you up most of everything that you're looking for. And all of these all of these trails are accessible without permit use up for day use. It's just your securing your overnight. You're securing your overnight campsite because we are in bear country and that is a real threat out here and it is something that you need to be very hyper diligent about. And so securing that campsite allows you to also secure a little bit more of a safety net for yourself in terms of dealing with bare overnight. When there are most active. So the permit process is incredible. And if you're looking for something to do overnight backpacking or overnight trails to do on your own Yellowstone is an incredible national park to be able to do that because I have never seen a national park website as informative as Yellowstone is. And if you a lot of people struggle, we hear this all the time is I struggle with finding all the information I need to know about how to secure permits or what the permit process looks like or perhaps it's like everything I need to know. Yellowstone National Park's website is probably the most informative website I have ever been to where I have been able to click on their main page and gather everything I need to know no questions remaining on the table. And as a Newbie looking to do a backpacking trail within a national park, I think it is an incredible resource to be able to go to. It takes all the guesswork out of the planning process for somebody new. And so, you know, if you go into there, they have a very extensive link to link system on their national park website that is going to give you detailed site availability before you contact the.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

Trust The Trail Podcast

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Trust The Trail Podcast

"And start the conversation. Come hang out with us and be part of our community. Well, it's good to be here in Yellowstone National Park. We are in Lamar valley. So let me get this. We are in Lamar valley. And which is in the northern section of Yellowstone. We are very close to where in what they call slew creek. Look at trails, blue creek, campground. Where in the entire national park, it is the best cell service. It's one of the reasons why we are coming to you live from slow creek. You see a lot of vans parked on this road with people working on their laptops in this area. But we saw wolves on the way in. We saw bison, a lot of wildlife Lamar valley, I think, what would you say Ariana is probably one of the better areas of Yellowstone to see wildlife? It is by far the most vast area to see wildlife. It has probably the largest concentration of the different types of wildlife that you're going to see, so you're going to be able to dip into bear country, Pronghorn country. This is strict the wolves own this territory as do the bison, so it's a pretty incredible area of Yellowstone. It's a little nook and cranny of Yellowstone that is probably the least visited, but probably the most impactful for what you get to experience out here. Yeah, and Yellowstone for people that have never been to Yellowstone before and for people that are thinking about coming up, Yellowstone is huge. It's vast, it's large, it doesn't really, it's not that uncommon for it to take 5 hours of driving time to get through the park. And that's with all of the wildlife traffic that you're going to see bison. Who knows? Who knows what it is? It's usually people stopping in the middle of the road and watching wildlife. So, to me, the biggest surprise so far in Yellowstone since we've been here is how big it is. It is vast. It is huge. It is epic. It is everything that you've seen on TV or in the movies or watch documentaries about. It is a gigantic place to drive through and every part of Yellowstone is different. Whether you're for coming from the south, the northeast, the west, the I think the landscape changes all the time. And I would say it's probably one of the most beautiful places as far as diverse landscape that you can be in because it's ever changing all the time and that's not even talking about all the geysers that you drive through, or the steam that you constantly sug, coming up from, you know, some of these guys are basins. I mean, it's absolutely beautiful place..

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Grizzly Bear Attacks, Kills Camper in Western Montana

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Grizzly Bear Attacks, Kills Camper in Western Montana

"There is an extensive search in Montana for a grizzly bear that attacked and killed a man the man was camping and a park spokesman says the bear had previously wandered into the camping area and left but later returned the victim's identity was not immediately released and further circumstances surrounding the attack were under investigation a video camera from a local business caught footage of a grizzly bear just before the attack raiding a chicken coop one resident said they know to be bear aware but this is shaken up the community in April a back country guide was killed by a grizzly bear while fishing along the Yellowstone National Park border in Montana I'm a Donahue

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Sports Journalist Jason Whitlock Says Pro Sports Are Purely a TV Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 11 months ago

Sports Journalist Jason Whitlock Says Pro Sports Are Purely a TV Show

"Yes, they see it, but Then what's going on in America to the you gotta like pro sports. Particularly over the last 30 years have transition into their just purely a television show. And so in the executives who are running it, not just in the NFL and NBA, but the television executives who are running it or in partnership with these leagues. They just see it. As a television show no different than the Sopranos or Yellowstone or whatever your favorite TV show is, and so they just add storylines. To the television show. And so it's like last year, the league's all went big on the black lives matter. Storyline and corporate America got behind them because corporate America particularly these global corporations, based here in America, Are all trying to improve their standing with China. And so the black lives matter and the smearing of America. That's the new storyline, and they're about this year in the NFL. They're going to swing into the LGBT story live with the defensive end for the Raiders and the NFL. Just put out A social media commercial promoting that football is gay. It's transgender. It's non binary. It's all it's queer. It's all these things, and it's just a new story line to push. And popularity. What we're seeing their popularity. In terms of television ratings and traction is all becoming More and more

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New Idaho Law Calls for Killing 90% of State's Wolves

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:07 min | 1 year ago

New Idaho Law Calls for Killing 90% of State's Wolves

"They did well enough that 10 years ago, the animal came off the endangered species list. Since then, hunters have legally killed hundreds every year on a host current wolf population is about 1500. That's way too many for state lawmakers like Dorothy Moon, You know when there s O fearless that they are now walking down the center of a dirt road. Um, that that means there's too many of them. Moon and many others don't like how some of the state's prized herds of elk have become smaller since wolves returned, but biologist Michael Lucid, formerly with Idaho's Department of Fish and Game Says big herds of elk don't necessarily indicate healthy ecosystems. One of the points of having wolves in the ecosystem is to have a reasonable number of them in the head. Him perform their roles as predators, keeping milk, another prey, wild animals and doing things like reducing disease and calling older and weaker members of those herds. Lucid helped write Idaho's Wolf Management plan, informed by studies showing positive ecological impacts from returning wolves to Yellowstone National Park and other locations. But lawmakers have a different idea What a reasonable number of wolves is. Idaho's new law calls for killing up to 90% of them again lawmaker Dorothy Moon whose central Idaho district includes wolves, and some of their prime habitat, We've got to get this in check. And in all due respect, efficient game, they need this help. That help means giving wolf hunters the right to do things that are illegal when pursuing other animals, like using night vision goggles, killing wolf pups in their dens and chasing wolves with motorized vehicles. Those changes don't sit well with Ned Burns, the mayor of a small town near where wolves currently Rome He's also a hunter and says it's more important to follow the principles of fair chase than what laws might allow. Sits in a wide open area, and they can't get into cover. If you could just run one down, Tol basically exhaust itself. I don't necessarily know that that's the way I've ever been raised to hunt animals. It's unclear how many hunters will respond to Idaho lawmakers call

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New Idaho Law Calls For Killing 90% of State's Wolves

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 1 year ago

New Idaho Law Calls For Killing 90% of State's Wolves

"Conservative lockers in. Idaho montana are going after wolves in those states New laws call for killing more than thousand wolves and paying people to shoot them to boise. State public radio's troy oppy. Says the laws passed despite objections from local wildlife managers twenty five years ago. Federal wildlife officials re introduced wolves to idaho. They did well enough that ten years ago the animal came off the endangered species list since then hunters have legally killed hundreds every year. Idaho's current wolf population is about fifteen hundred and that's way too many for state lawmakers. Dorothy moon you know when they are so fearless that they are now walking down the center of a dirt road. That means there's too many of them moon and many others don't like how some of the state's prized herds of elk have become smaller since wolves returned but biologists michael lucid formerly with idaho department of fish and game says big herds of elk don't necessarily indicate healthy ecosystems on points of having lows in the ecosystem is to have a reasonable number of them in Perform their roles as predators keeping elk other prey wild animals and doing things like reducing disease and colon older and weaker members of those hurts. Lucid helped write. Idaho's wolf management plan informed by studies showing positive ecological impacts from returning wolves to yellowstone national park and other locations but lawmakers have a different idea. What a reasonable number of wolves is idaho's new law calls for killing up to ninety percent of them again lawmaker. dorothy moon. who's central idaho. District includes wolves and some of their prime habitat. We've got to get this in check. And i'll do respect fish and game. They need this help. That help means giving wolf hunters the right to do things that are illegal. When pursuing other animals like using night vision goggles killing wolf pups in their dens and chasing wolves with motorized

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Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck's Montana Vacation Photos Leaked

Daily Pop

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck's Montana Vacation Photos Leaked

"Get out those magnifying glasses. Honey because we're about to zoom in real post gene and been. They were spotted driving to the airport in montana after a week. Long vacation. sources originally insisted they were spending time together as friends but now we can confirm because we are e and we know everybody. It's more than that now. In this photo you can see in the driver's seat and j.lo's looking a little serious probably because he's a bad driver and in another photo it almost looks like they were holding hands and getting on that ej. I saw these photos. And you got your your investigative dissect these what did you think. Okay so i said this yesterday. And i'm gonna stick by this. I think that when celebrities do not want to be seen they go on scene when you have two people of this starpower jennifer lopez and ben affleck if they wanted to keep this more private have especially with the. Pj you land under the cloak of knights three thirty in the morning when nobody is at that airport. You control the private plane. That's the whole point flying. You writing a driver. Seven hours is but you know this was very much like gabe that where they stayed at his home in yellow but the yellowstone club. I looked this up. There's only eight hundred and sixty four members of the club so it's not like they went like you said yesterday to the beverly hills hotel. It's a small place it's very private. it's very exclusive. So now we know why there were no photos of them while they were staying on his way. But i think to kind of just jump in your suv in the middle of the day under sunlight and get snapped

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Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

Native America Calling

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe Provides COVID-19 Vaccinations at Border Crossing

"Within days montana's first confirmed covid. Nineteen case black feet nation declared a state of emergency and closed down. Now it's leading the way in vaccinations empire part of this two part story. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports on how the tribe was successful quickly. Its vaccination effort a ninety five percent. Vaccination rate is much higher than the rest of the country. Several factors made this possible. Vaccines are coming to black feet. Nation from two sources black feats travel health department receives allotments through montana's health department while the to indian health service units on the reservation receive another allocation from the federal government but brittany racine a registered nurse at the tribal health improvement program says the played an important role as well as the fact that everyone in black feet nation was personally impacted by covid nineteen. We're such a small community and so when we would have a death we were all really impacted by it. That had a lot to do with people wanting to get vaccinated so they wouldn't lose a family member are they wouldn't put people at risk. Since march fifteenth twenty twenty black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members dacoven nineteen rail grant is the nursing instructor black feet community college on a windy day in the feet tribal health departments. Rv mobile clinic. She's supervising nursing students distributing vaccine's grant says the vaccine rollout order was also important frontline workers and healthcare grocery stores and other high contact jobs for vaccinated. I followed by elders. I think that was really encouraging for people who didn't want to because the elders got it i. We also look to them for our guidance. They got it so that guided the younger generation to have a little more. Trust a little more willingness. Even though they were very scared grant says many were worried about the side effects of the vaccine which can include. Fever nausea and body aches. She says elders also needed to confront traumatic past experiences to get the vaccine

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Justice Department Working With Tribes on Missing Persons

Native America Calling

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Justice Department Working With Tribes on Missing Persons

"The confederated sailors and kootenai tribes northwest montana have finalized their plan to improve coordination and agency response when indigenous people go missing and the flathead area yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports. It's part of a national department of justice project that will be used as a model for other tribes seeking to make their own community. Specific plans see us. Kt has been developing their tribal community response. Plant since december twenty twenty. The plan focuses of identifying and updating policies of law enforcement victim services media communication and a log of community resources to streamline what happens when someone goes missing ellie bundy a cs kt council member and the presiding officer of the montana missing indigenous persons task force announced the plan's completion in task force meeting wednesday. She says one major accomplishment is the plan brings all ten law enforcement agencies. Working with cs kt into alignment our law enforcement. Agencies established a common missing indigenous persons response policy. Which is huge. The plan also establishes joint file system were law enforcement agencies can view share information on cases as well as a media lead for all cs kt missing persons communication bundy urged task force members to remember the people behind the missing persons statistics and policies. She spoke about the life of germain charlotte a cs. Kt woman who's been missing. Since two thousand eighteen. She also told stories of other missing and murdered. Indigenous people including ashley lowering heavier. Renner a black woman. Who's been missing since june. Two thousand seventeen and selena not afraid a crow teenager who was found dead in january twenty twenty. And so the numbers. I want you to consider today sixteen. Eighteen twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three the ages of these young ladies when they went missing. If someone in your family who may be that age bundy says a particularly important part of developing the response plan was inviting family members of victims to discuss. How procedures could be made more efficient based on their experiences in montana for national native news. I'm caitlyn

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Backcountry Guide Mauled to Death While Fishing Near Yellowstone National Park

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Backcountry Guide Mauled to Death While Fishing Near Yellowstone National Park

"He was cut loose, whole legally bought both weapons used in the attack that killed eight people. A man dies after being attacked by a grizzly bear near Yellowstone National Park. 40 year old Carl Mach was mauled Thursday near Baker's whole campground. Instigators later shot and killed that bear when it charged at them them as as they they return return to to the the area area to to

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Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

Native America Calling

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Jury convicts former chairwoman of Montana Native Women’s Coalition

"A federal jury has convicted. The former chairwoman of montana nonprofit of false claims wire fraud and theft from a receiving federal funding yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more meredith. Mcconnell is the most recent former staff member and leader within the montana native women's coalition to be convicted of misusing federal grant funds to benefit herself and others. The coalition's former executive director cheryl lawrence and ex board member barbara day chief pleaded guilty to stealing funding from the coalition earlier. This year the montana native women's coalition seeks to support native american victims of sexual and domestic abuse the montana. Us attorneys office argued that over a four month period in two thousand seventeen. Mcconnell is responsible for the mishandling of more than ten percent of the nonprofits grant funds. Mcconnell pleaded not guilty to all charges claiming her signature was forged on a number of incriminating documents following the federal jury's conviction mcconnell faces a maximum of twenty years in prison a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine and three years of supervised release. She has not yet been sentenced for national aid of news reporting for montana. I'm caitlyn

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Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19

"The governor of Montana is isolating after testing positive for coded nineteen the Republican governor of Montana Greg Gianforte has tested positive for Corbett nineteen the state recently expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to adults sixteen and over engine four day received his first dose of vaccine Thursday at a pharmacy in Helena his office released a statement Monday saying that after experiencing mild symptoms a day earlier he was tested out of an abundance of caution the governor's canceled in person events and they'll be isolated well he works from home in Bozeman the governor lifted a statewide mask mandate in mid February it had been in place since last July G. forty had recently been in the news after he tried to kill the wolf outside Yellowstone National Park I received a warning from Montana fish wildlife and parks department for not having gone through a state required wolf trapping certification course I'm Jennifer king

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Pueblo leaders meet with Second Gentleman of United States

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Pueblo leaders meet with Second Gentleman of United States

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. In montana covid nineteen vaccines will be open to. All on april first yet is yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports vaccines on. Tribal nations are already available to everyone. Jennifer show is a nurse. Practitioner at fort belknap tribal health department. She says they are. Well positioned to distribute the vaccine because of partnerships with indian health service and a longstanding public health nursing program that trained nine local nurses who handled contact tracing at the beginning of the pandemic girls. Were ready to go ready to start helping. Get the axing out with our population which is another plus for us. The girls work out in that area and they know how to get a hold of them. Which i think kind of helped us with getting. This rolled out so much faster as well. Tribes are also try and create a vaccination strategies show says fort belknap tribal health began vaccinating teenagers in the area. During the week of march fifteenth by partnering with local school systems both on nearby the reservation by this point teachers in the area. We're already vaccinated bubble. So you know the more. We can vaccinate around us as well as us ourselves. The better off. We're going to be trying to keep our numbers on black. Sea nation is currently reporting ninety. Five percent of eligible enrolled members are vaccinated ihs data from the pakistan and born in sioux tribes and the chippewa cree of rocky boy's reservation show a third of tribal members in these areas are now vaccinated compared to about fifteen percent of montana as a whole molly lind the tribal health director for the little shell tribe of chippewa. Indians says. The tribe has partnered with alluvial health. Great falls and is trying different. Vaccine approaches all the time instead of appointments one week. They offered an evening walk in vaccine clinic to see if that attracted members working day shifts. Were really trying to make it. As convenient as canaan for all of our members to get vaccinated vaccines are coming to tribes from direct federal allocations to ihs and sometimes through the state native americans are also prioritised under the state's vaccination plan due to higher risk of death and health complications from covid nineteen little. Shell health director. Wetland says. i really do think that tribal nation have done a really good job. It's hard to disagree. Look at montana's covid nineteen vaccine tracker map. And you'll see the dark. Green areas of high vaccination rates almost perfectly highlight tribal nations for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. Group of pueblo. Leaders met with the second gentleman of the united states. Doug emhoff's last week when he traveled to new mexico part of a nationwide tour to promote the biden administration's covid nineteen recovery plan pueblo of alabama governor brian bio was one of four pueblo leaders to me with 'em hof at kua pueblo via says the trip to meet with the vice president's husband was only the third time he's left akamot pueblo in the years since the pandemic began aca has been under a number of emergency covid nineteen orders including a reservation closure bio says he shared with emhoff how the tribe prioritized elders and cultural leaders. I for covid nineteen vaccines. He stressed how the pueblo has had to put culture on the side which has been a great sacrifice. We remain rooted in our culture. that's what sustains and well we can't do we cannot practice what we not when we are not engaged in that process. It's painful and that was the case and still is the case during this time of what we are doing it because we have to protect our people file also shared with emhoff how the pueblo is continuing. Its vaccine. rollout plan everyone who is eligible every travel member every resident here. The people of alabama has an opportunity to receive the vaccine and doing all that we can also to ensure that our trouble members who do not live on the survey ship are also afforded the opportunity to be vaccinated and locations where they live one of the few tribes in new mexico working with the state vaccine distribution do its current legal battle with the indian health service over a reduction of care at a hospital on komo lands. I mean antonio

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Severe drought could make the Old Faithful geyser less faithful

Climate Connections

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Severe drought could make the Old Faithful geyser less faithful

"In yellowstone national park. Large crowds watching as old faithful erupts with a roar launching a spire of water about one hundred and fifty feet in the air. Old faithful erupts at regular intervals throughout the day. But it was not always so predictable. Fossilized wood found on old. Faithful's geyser mound suggest that the guys are once stopped erupting long enough for trees to grow their trees. Do not grow on active. Geyser amounts that her hurwitz of the united states geological survey. His team sent samples of the would for radiocarbon dating and found that all were from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries so looking into it we found out that that was probably one of the driest periods in the region for last twelve hundred years. He says that as climate change causes more severe droughts. Something similar could happen again. There's a chance that some of the guys will change their frequency of europeans. And maybe even stop erupting depending on the availability of water. A complete shut off is not likely it would take many years continued. Drought but old faithful could erupt. Less frequently. eager tourist might have to wait longer to see the show.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Local community group that allowed me to test some samples so that was great and so the local community around yellowstone and grand teton is really great for wildlife research in general people care about it and it's a good area for donors so there are early small funding opportunities that keep the community involved with their research. But just in general people love to see wolves people come to yellowstone to see wolves. We there are so many documentaries and books about you. Also walls nat geo comes to yellowstone every year to film walls pbs. There's just the list goes on and on and so it's been interesting to kind of have this local vision a little bit about what's going on in the park and the people i know but also this kind of global magnifying glass on you and on your research because you are in yellowstone talking of bow community a little more you also had an opportunity to communicate a presentation to a group. I believe and it was about fecal fax. Oh yeah yeah that is. A group called five hundred women scientists. Yeah just the grant that you got or they wanted you to come explain. They asked me to come talk about research. They ask So this is a. It's i don't know if it's international but at least a national organization where They promote women in science and have women speak women. Scientists speak around the country kind of small events. And so i. I did a local talk and yes oh my this is this is a research currently underway and the reaction i get from people is always really different when i the whole thing is talking about poop and worms so it grows as most people out but it's super interesting so so basically i started a study two years ago Bunch and half years ago now. I've been collecting poop from wolves in the park. And i collected over two hundred samples over the past two years. And i've been working with a bunch of different labs. Were testing these samples for a bunch of different things including stress hormones. And we're also gino typing parasite samples so intestinal worms tapeworms all the gross things. The goal really is to understand what intestinal parasites live in yellowstone wolves. And what are the trends through time and space and we don't really know anything about that and these studies are really challenging because they typically require a lot of samples and sampling the same individual through time and knowing a lot about that individual that you're sampling so knowing their sex their age their social status all these things that might affect parasite infection and so yellowstone is to me one of the only wild places. You could really do that because we call her. So many wolves we follow them their whole lives. We know so much about these wolves that matching the pook sample on the ground to the wolf. That we know is actually tangible. So yeah that's A study i have some preliminary results. But it's not completely finished. It's been a very interesting study china. Collect cook from wild wolves year round in yellowstone so yes means from scattered. You can figure out what they're eating for. Sure you can get genetics of the wolf. Sue can know which wolf Was where and when and what they ate. And then you can also know about the health of that wolf from their scott's you can know if they're pregnant you can now on what they are infected with and so who is disliked. Amazing resources tells you so much about. Whoever is pooping so in montana. There seems to be a large ranching community. That's probably putting it lightly. Yeah is yellowstone far enough removed from those types of stakeholders or. Have there been any issues with controversy there so the biggest issue with wolves in the west i would say to ranching community or they will occasionally predate so i think one disconnect between scientists in the ranch community lies here..

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"And it'll be awesome to hear your answer. Yes so. I was interested in in studying. Lions a little bit because wolves and lions especially wolves in yellowstone. The lions in seren getty. They're kind of these analogous species in analogous systems so Yellowstone is as large protected area with these migratory pray and Sarah getty is very similar. It's large protected area with migratory praying these social carnivores african lions on gray wolves act similarly in their ecosystems so they are social carnivores living groups day hunt large prey and they're important predators for multiple prey species on landscapes. What i was interested in. Is that both of these species suffer from infectious diseases. Sometimes even the same infectious diseases. So for example Canine distemper which is a virus. That is pretty lethal. And it's called canine distemper. But it can actually in fact many carnivore species and again in fact lions and so i looked at how wolves lions us space on the landscape. So how did they move around. And what we're they occupy space and if canine distemper infections change how they use space at all so what i found was that for wolves. There's really no change. In how they're moving around the landscape using space before or after these outbreaks of canine distemper but for lions they actually constrict their movement and so they reduce their territory sizes and they reduce their contact with neighboring groups following some distemper outbreaks. And so even though these species can seem really similar they might have differences in their behavior. Allow them to adopt differently. Or survive differently from pathogen outbreaks. So yeah it was pretty close to study. Have you been able to in for any reason. Why there's that difference. So i think it has to do with mating system a little bit and this is me maybe just going off on a tangent a little bit. But but here's here's here's my proposal for why this happens At least part of the reason maybe so. Wolves are reliant on unrelated individuals coming into their pack in order to breed. So wolves have this tendency to not inbred right. So they're going to disperse when they're related to show individuals in their pac and they are going to accept individuals that are unrelated from them into their pockets so that they can breed lions. Don't operate the same way..

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Can you tell us a little bit about kind of the general environmental setting the climate and what species you might find. Their and yeltsin's is a really cool place. Yellowstone is actually the world's first national park it was designated in eighteen seventy two Basically yellowstone's volcano. It's a high elevation choldera and it was protected. Because of its geothermal activities and northern one is where most of my research and it's where most of the wildlife research because it's characterized by these big open valleys and you can see animals there. That's what you'll soon is. famous for. In addition to the geothermal is just a high visibility of animals in the northern part of the park and then more in the central and southern part of the park. There's these high dramatic peaks. It's really beautiful. The winters are very harsh in terms of animals also is also famous for its rich and abundant group of carnivores. It has the most carnivores in terms of species and abundance of anywhere. In the contiguous united states wolves grizzly bears black bears cougars. And then of course. The famous vice in her that lives in yellowstone yellowstone is the only place in the us swear bison have been living since prehistoric times so this has really been the bison strongholds of of the us has been in yellowstone. It's a pretty charismatic ecosystem so since this is a restoration podcast i half ask you. Do you know what the current saito wolf. Reintroduction is in the united states. There can you speak on that. Yeah definitely so. I i should tell you a little bit. More about the yellowstone system in wolves so wolves were extirpated from yellowstone and really the whole western united states in the early nineteen hundreds And this is part of the big creditor eradication campaign taking place across america wolves were gone most predators were gone from the allston ecosystem and they were gone for about seventy years and then also reintroduced into yellowstone and nineteen thousand. Five hundred ninety and thirty one. Wolves from canada were brought in to the yellowstone region. So montana wyoming idaho and this has been touted as the most successful carnivore restoration in history so wolves that were reintroduced in yellowstone that lineage of wolves now occupies wyoming montana. I'd aho has gone into oregon washington. Colorado these are all descendants california even a little bit. These are all descendants from from that yellowstone introduction. So it's been it's been super successful. I think people are really starting to understand the.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

Resonant Restoration Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Resonant Restoration Podcast

"Host for these enticing. Anna radic discussions sean. The goal of this podcast is to spark. Conversation highlight restoration projects and topics. We took a break from this production for a while. Life got busy for several reasons. And i appreciate your patience. This podcast is produced in part with generous contributions from our patrons over a patriot on including jay simone garrett michael an army we have also now started producing small video segments related to restoration and those be found on our youtube channel on this episode. I talked with ellen rendell who is an infectious disease wildlife. Ecologist be careful. The conversation about wolves is contagious. This interview was reported before the season break and there is a discussion about the election now. Not so time. In case you're wondering the wolf reintroduction initiative in colorado that we mentioned indeed pass. It's time.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Be just it happened in Yellowstone National Park and so to frame why this happened you have to understand that so we're traveling out last month and I did not know that Yellowstone was kind of like the New York City of national parks. And so we have a tent and we really valued tent camping and being able to not be around generators and have it be quiet and have it be nice. So there's really only two places you can get a 10 at and you kind of have to be there early in the morning before you the 9 or 9:30 cuz it's going to get full so we woke up at four am in Montana sprinted down got into the park. Like my heart's racing. I'm like are we going to get are we going to go there and we get to the first camping site and we find out it's already dead. I'm just like oh no, this is not good. This is terrible. So there's only one more place we can go. It's it's in a different part of the park. We're going to have to you know, speed is really maintain. So we have to immediately turn around and talk about it and we're sleep-deprived we're worried about the spot and I'm driving back out to the main road and I see a bison on the road in my sleep-deprived simple mind. I look and I say wow that things like just it's bigger than a car but it's mainly vertically bigger. It's in the right lane. I can pass that in the left off. So like a simpleton I go up and I'm just treating it as if it's like an Amish buggy or something. I'm trying to pass the road just in the left lane and we got got it like oh look at this by 6. How about this and it was the oddest thing because you know, I'm driving Janelle my fiance is in the passenger seat and she is looking at the bison and we're you know, we're going by slow because we dog Spook it and we see its eyes turned and it meets her eyes..

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"yellowstone" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

RV Homeschool Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on RV Homeschool Podcast

"You can check this out to and be great spot to see that type the hot springs you also have artists paint pots over here so if you don't do mud volcano you can do artists paint pots or vice versa. And you'll get a chance to see that type of a feature. Next is the upper loop so the upper loop. I'm GONNA think of more in terms of kind of four corners because there's really four towns that that mark the four corners of this loop and we already talked about Norris which is in the southwest corner and of course that has midway kaiser basin and artists paint pots. What's and then Kenyon village? Which I said was the village where there is a ranger station and stuff? So that's the southeast corner. Also were the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone will be at and then from there. We took that Kenyan village road and headed North Up to Tower Roosevelt. Now this road I hear is going to be closed for part of summer. Twenty twenty twenty. So just be sure you check on the website. I don't know when the closure starts on I don't know if that's been announced and how much of the summer that's going to affect things. But you won't actually be able to take this road north to go up to Tower Roosevelt You can still get to Tower Roosevelt. You're just GONNA have to kind of go the long way on the other side but when we went we were able to head North to Tower Roosevelt and then from Tower Roosevelt. This is where you could get onto the bear tooth highway and head out of town going towards the entrance. That is kind kind of Lower Montana Upper Wyoming on the east side if you were to drive out on that road. The bear tooth highway is if you're going exit park you're going to get to Lamar Valley. And Lamar Value Valley has a lot of features that are similar to hate him valley. You have those big vistas and you'll see different wildlife but it's more known for seen wolves so if it really matters to you to try to spot a wolf while you're on this trip. Then you're GONNA WANNA hit up Lamar Valley because that's probably your best bet if you are headed towards Tower Roosevelt. Some of the other things to see here are tower falls waterfalls and then the petrified tree is up here too so it's pretty easy to kind of. Stop there pullover. It's it's near the road and then it's a petrified tree so if you've never seen that your kids haven't seen that that's a super bowl nothing to stop and check out If you continue kind of on that northern part of the route then it will head to the West and go over to mammoth hot springs springs. Now mammoth hot springs is the biggest town in the park. It's where the park headquarters are at where the Rangers live. And you can tell that this is really the town for the the park. It's open so all your round so the road that goes from mammoth hot springs and over to tower. Roosevelt is actually the only road that's open through the winter in yellowstone the rest of the roads. They they don't clear you can take a snowmobile on them if you're part of one of the snowmobile tours. But you can't drive a car on him because They're covered in snow but up in mammoth hot springs. It's really cool to see. This is where the terraces are the The travertine terraces. So you can see those. They're really big. There's some different places where you can get out and hike around which is really need to see. We also saw a bunch of elk. Here I mean like in the road. You can't can't even drive because there's so many elk all over the place so I guess if you WanNa see elk is probably a good spot to go as well side note. Though this. This is not a hot springs you can bay. Then if you're from these coaster not used to hot springs out West. We have a ton of hot springs in a bunch of your mountain towns in places where you just have these natural hot springs. There's places that put in swimming pools and kind of Fuel pump some of that hot spring water are into the pool and then you can soak and sit around and do all sorts of stuff. So there's a lot of hot springs out west and that's one of the things I love about this area area but yellowstone. The mammoth hot springs are not hot springs for us to go in. There actually is one place where you are allowed to get into some hot springs natural literal hot springs and dip into it and I just learned about that recently. I didn't even know about that in the current trip. But I'll tell you about that right right now so apparently in boiling river. which is Kinda halfway between Gardner and mammoth? There's an area that you can stop and then you can go to a a hot springs kind of area so there's kind of some different pools and stuff so you need to you. Know Bring your swimsuit flip flops and all that kind of stuff And it's not not exactly like people don't know about it but if you do WanNa do a soak while you're in yellowstone that's the place where you can do it then as you continue back south heading towards Norris your pass roaring mountain in this is the place where you'll see the funerals so this is the steam. That's just kind of smoking and coming out of the side of the mountain so really cool. Cool to see That's probably one of the last highlights there on the upper loop and when we come back we're going to talk about camping at Yellowstone National Park.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On ecosystem Yellowstone without the top predator for merrily there were too many of those go head spin off of facts V. over browsing of the woody vegetation had big ecosystem impacts which impacted other creatures the list is long but things like songbirds fevers the compacted other until it's the impacted other chill morphological issues and so it was out of balance and if the time opinion about the wolf slowly started to shift we're trying to you know recover from our past mistakes you know attitudes have changed and that is the key how can it be nature without the top predator you can't have a restored ecosystem without all the original inhabitants in rules were the missing creature and there were no around two to come back in their own long battle began to try to reintroduce the gray wolf into some of the major US national parks and areas of wilderness but the plan was eleventh by many the billion dollar hunting business you fade wills would kill to many of the wild elk in there that hunters themselves wanted to kill and by many ranches he fed wolves would wander off an attack they live stock today many ranches are still deeply unhappy at the prospect of an age old enemy hunting around their farms they even went to court in an unsuccessful bid to have this scheme hold the world is going to be no matter how hard you try to defend itself against him he's always going off market people don't change their mind very much and I can't tell you how many people came up to me and said my grandfather killed these things off you tell me my grandpa is wrong you know try responding to that question from a rancher there was a lot of resistance and legal challenges but the schemes went ahead wild wolves were captured in Canada destined for Yellowstone National Park and a section of wilderness in central Idaho and when finally in January nineteen ninety five the first batch of fourteen wolves arrived in Yellowstone it made headlines around.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:49 min | 3 years ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"SIS data of American fashion is showing off in Yellowstone, National port next week indigenous designers and artists from across the west are converging on the park for the first Yellowstone tribal marketplace fashion show to showcase the arts and culture of the. Northern plains native people, one of the feature designers del big hair of crow agency, Montana and owner of designs by della. She describes her work as fashion meeting, culture and includes designs from her.

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"yellowstone" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"yellowstone" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Welcome back to a special edition of we were away on vacation, Yellowstone National Park and you can hear about all that. If you're just catching up to the show if you're listening to this right now, we were talking about Yellowstone and all the crazy stuff that happened. A lot of people got lost lot of people got crazy. Anyway. I'm digressing. So one thing that we did my wife and I we took our time a lot of times. I remember growing up kid. My mom would go, okay. We have to be up at seven o'clock. We have to be on the road, and we have, you know, she was an appointment maker. We have to go to the whatever north we go to North Carolina on our vacations from Florida. Ironically, I ended up in North Carolina, but we have to get here, and we have to go to Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We have to see this. We had to touch all this and feel all that, and take pictures here and take time schedule. So my wife and I every time we go on a trip, it's basically we get up. We plan our day while the trips already plan. You know what we're? Going to do what we want to see. All right. What time do you want to do this? Let's do that. What I'm saying is we sleep in two. We wake up and that's the best part of occasion, sleep into you wake up, and we normally creatures havoc. We have a farm here, the French which you guys know, par farm part ranch, so we have vegetables and we have horses and chickens. And so we sleeping is seven thirty our body physically. Enter clocks, don't let asleep in unless you completely block the room ounce seven seven thirty we wake up, no matter what we've been doing the night, four, we normally just get up. We go to bed at midnight, and we wake up at that time. So some wake up and something that we found out on the west coast west side of the United States is that the prices right comes on at nine o'clock in the morning, which is great. It's funny because we just having to be the news programs are going off the today show's and CBS and New York and from Los Angeles. We don't get into those kind of scrolled. There's drew Carey, there's the prices. Right. So the price is right comes on. And we watch it every morning when we were on vacation at Yellowstone National Park because it came on night clock. I'm going it doesn't this normally come on at eleven o'clock. My wife goes, Hello, Comey. That's two hours behind us. So, yes, it would come on a comes on at the same time, depending on the time zone that you're in. So I'm like, oh, that makes sense that it would come on and eleven o'clock and golf at noon in Florida and then be on nine o'clock here in the. Math math, so we she would get into it. And she was amazed that I knew all the games all the games that they were playing all the things that were going on. She's like, Honey. Novell winco. I'm going plink. Oh, everyone knows plank go if you ever watch. I never heard of that game. I remember the I never watched this since I was eight nine ten years old analog on importantly, I had a lot of daytime to myself because I worked at a radio station where I had to go in at night. So I would see it noon over Florida. I would see all the prices right stuff, which was funny. So we started watching it. And, and this is drew Carey drew drew Carey's taken over for Bob Barker, and he looks he looks let me here we go. Here's a he was kind of, well, how do I want to go with this? There's a memory out there that explains the prices right hiccup. The perfect bid is what it's called the. Bid that we watched on Netflix, and it's this guy. He's a mathematician, and he guess prices all the time correctly. There's proof. So that kind of inspired to start tracking. Records..

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