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From tactics and strategies to studies and tools. This class will cover all aspects of firefighting in rural areas, small towns, and small suburbs. If you are on a department that provides coverage to these areas this shows for you. And if your an urbanite than this show will give you some insight to how things are done in small towns and rural areas.
Buscan potenciar al Hipódromo de Rosario para sumarlo al circuito turístico de la ciudad
Quieren modificar el sistema de apuestas, operar en red con La Plata y San Isidro y generar un circuito que incluya exposiciones y museos. El plan se pondrá en marcha el próximo 7 de octubre, por el día de la Virgen del Rosario}
Posse expuso sobre industria hípica en La Rural
El intendente de San Isidro Gustavo Posse dio una charla en la que sostuvo que la hípica no es sólo una actividad de entretenimiento sino que es una gran generadora de trabajo
Tribuna de Toledo
Cabalgando a lo largo de 430 años de tradición
Daniel Pérez - sábado, 26 de julio de 2014
Con la intención de evitar que las fuertes tormentas de pedrisco volvieran a destrozar las cosechas de los vecinos de Carpio de Tajo, en 1584 se sorteó la elección de un santo en la localidad para que estos hechos no volviesen a repetirse
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with founder and president of RIDE TV, Craig Morris, about his equine-based television network due to launch this fall. Morris shares his history with horses and how the RIDE TV project got started. As well, he talks about the types of shows that will be aired. He discusses the current mergers going on in the cable industry and their effect on rural programming and RIDE TV in particular. Listen to Craig Morris' horse story Tuesday, July 29, at 8:00 am CST on Alabama Horse Talk Radio.
Talk About hosts Rez and Andy welcome Jessica Galloway to the show. Jessica's grandmother, Cecelia Campbell, survived the Great Depression and WWII, but lost her home and all her belongings barely escaping with her life during the Carlton Complex Fire on July 17, 2014. Cecelia and her late husband Orvan built the home and raised their five children there and she hopes to rebuild. Jessica will share her story and details of that tragic day.
The hosts will also talk about firefighting drones and drone technology with guest Jason Stirpe, drone hobbiest and engineer. Last weekend a drone hobbyist flew his drone around the Space Needle in Seattle and created quite a stir. What is this technology all about and should we be worried--we'll take your calls and get people's thoughts and comments off the street.
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Three years ago, July 27, 2011, Gigabit Nation launched to help public, private and nonprofit organizations get better broadband everywhere it needs to be. Chattanooga's gig network was my first feature. Join the show's 3rd Anniversary broadcast live from EPB, Chattanooga's public utility and operator of the first U.S. citywide gigabit network.
Chattanooga is one of the rock stars of U.S. broadband. Meet key players from center stage and behind the scenes driving innovation, economic development and a better quality of life for the city's diverse constituents. An all-star cast of stakeholders are stopping by to help Gigabit Nation celebrate, and also share some of the inside scoop on three years of network milestones, marketing wins and plans for future successes. Learn about Chattanooga's fight against states' intrusion on communities' broadband decisions, and other ways in which the gig city is influence national discussion on broadband.
Joining the show are:
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke
EPB CEO Harold DePriest
Jim Ingraham, EPB VP Strategic Research, Gigabit Nation's first guest
Katie Espeseth, EPB VP New Products
J.Ed Marston, VP Marketing & Communications, Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Steve Angle, Chancellor, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Jack Studer, LampPost, Chattanooga Venture Capitalist
Bentley Cook, Senvery, GigTANK graduate
Sheldon Grizzle, Managing Partner, Spartan Partners
Mike Bradshaw, Executive Director, The Company Lab
All things considered are discussed in small town Kansas coffee bars.
1st hour WBAI-fm "Building Bridges" and Tax Justice Network's Naomi Fowler.
Our 2nd hour featured Guest Larry Weigal, Medicare Coach, discusses the dangerous state compact systems that may endanger our senior citizens' health care.
Join former state lawmaker of the old 9th district, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, Bill Otto, and "the Lineball Sisters" Kay and Sondra as they share recollections, current events and commentary on rural life in Kansas.
Blogging recipes and state news and the names of dead pets, relatives and friends at the LeRoy Reporter web site.
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News from along the Neosho River in southeast Kansas.
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Marjorie’s Kennel in rural New York in August of 2013 was found by the Department of Agriculture to have more than 200 dogs, living in filthy pens: many suffering from disease or injuries. Rescue efforts have resulted in the release of 60 dogs who have been found to be suffering from the following:
* 36 dogs with Giardia
* 21 dogs with Coccidia
* 55 dogs with roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and/or tapeworms
* 12 dogs with bacterial infections
* 11 dogs with fungal or yeast infections
* 2 dogs with demodectic mange
* 3 dogs with systemic bacterial infections
* 27 dogs with bite wounds
* 2 dogs with frostbite injuries
* 4 dogs with untreated torn cranial cruciate ligaments and severe patellar luxations
* 41 dogs with patellar luxation of grades 1-4
* 29 dogs with abscesses
* 2 dogs with hip dysplasia
* 2 dogs with malformed limbs or patellar fusion
* 1 dog with mammary cancer
* 1 puppy with a large burn
* 2 dogs with sarcoptic mange
* 60 dogs frightened of human beings and completely unsocialized.
More than 50 sick dogs were euthanized and 50 more are believed to have been sent to or sold at a dog ‘auction’ in Ohio following the inspection. In October of 2013, the owner of the kennel, Marjorie Ingraham, signed an agreement to release the remaining dogs into the care of Suncoast Keeshond Rescue, however, after signing the agreement to release the rest of her dogs and vowing to ‘retire’ from breeding, Ms. Ingraham has refused to turn over the remaining dogs to rescuers.
Dee Wingfield joins us to discuss the ongoing effort to close this puppy mill. Following this, Richard Casey joins us to discuss pet safety for your dog. Please join us and be part of the discussion. Please follow our web site
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Human trafficking is a serious issue in the United States and from big cities to small, rural communities, it is growing.
According to a report by the Polaris Project on the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, 41 percent of sex trafficking cases and 20 percent of labor trafficking cases referenced U.S. citizens as victims. In 2013, Florida ranked third in the nation in number of calls received by the NHTRC.
Learn more about this issue as Columbia Southern University presents CSU Talk Radio online at 6 p.m. July 22 featuring CSU faculty member Barry Goodson and guest host Independent News publisher Rick Outzen.
The pair will talk about the prevalence of human trafficking and importance of raising awareness of it throughout the nation. The call-in show will welcome questions and commentary.
Goodson, a criminal justice professor at CSU, is a military veteran and former member of the CAC Investigation Task Force, which handles human trafficking cases. He possesses a diverse background in law enforcement and its instruction spanning approximately 14 years. Outzen has written several articles on human trafficking in Northwest Florida and is a former radio host.
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