Weekly legislative update with Jon Justice on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130:Fairview health system on path to financial collapse in wake of Democrat passage of bill granting tyrannical authority to Keith EllisonMayo Clinic fights back against anti-patient tyranny, stating they will invest in other states of Democrats don't relent
The Allen Fairview Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association that strives to be an indispensable resource for Allen and Collin County businesses Including Ribbon Cuttings: May 2--Ohh Hail Contractors May 4--Legacy Orthopedics May 9--Wayback Burgers May 11--A Place at Home May 17--Artistic Endeavors May 18--The Zoe Martin May 23--The Hub May 30--How About Balloons
Tonight, legislators at the Minnesota house and senate will vote on new regents to govern the University of Minnesota board of regents. There are four spots to be filled with candidates being vetted by the regent candidate advisory council. However, lawmakers don't have to approve the selected candidates and can offer up names from the floor tonight. Regent Candidate Advisory Council Chair and former Senator Greg Clausen talked with host Cathy Wurzer about the nomination and voting process.
This episode is hosted by Super Dave Quinn of the Fairview Economic Development Corporation. He is with Ricardo Gray, the owner of The Grooming Store located in the Fairview Town Center. The Grooming Store is a men's grooming salon that offers a range of services such as grooming packages, haircuts, hot towel shaves, beard washes and trims, and color services. These services are delivered by experienced barber stylists who are trained in various grooming techniques and styles. Super Dave Quinn and The Fairview EDC are focused on attracting and retaining businesses in the community. They are instrumental in supporting local businesses like The Grooming Store and helping them to thrive in the Fairview area. During this episode, we'll discuss the challenges of starting and growing a small business, particularly in the grooming industry. We'll talk about the importance of providing high-quality services and building a loyal customer base. We'll also explore the impact that small businesses can have on a local community, and how organizations like the Fairview EDC are working to support them. Whether you're a small business owner, a customer of The Grooming Store, or just interested in the world of entrepreneurship, you won't want to miss this engaging and informative conversation with Super Dave Quinn and Ricardo Gray. Join us for this episode of our podcast and discover how two local leaders are making a difference in their community. The Allen Fairview Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit association that strives to be an indispensable resource for Allen and Collin County businesses
Coffee and Connections Every Tuesday Morning Join us as we network with the finest (and even a few Dinosaurs...really!) Bring plenty of business cards and plan to network before and after. Doors open at 7:00 AM, we begin at 7:30 and you are welcome to stand and give your 30 second commercial as long as you arrive by 7:45. Ribbon Cuttings APR 6-- Thursday, 4:30pm Pie 314 Everyday Eatery Fairview Please join us for an Anniversary Ribbon Cutting Celebration! APR 25 Tuesday, 11:30am Ribbon Cutting - Big Blue Swim School Allen Please join us for a Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate a New Member and Grand Opening! Events APR 12 Wednesday, 11:30am Building a Culture of Excellence - 2nd in Series of 4 We're so excited to be partnering with Collin Corporate College to bring a special series designed just for you. Session 2: Leading Generations APR 14 Friday, 10:00am Corporate Challenge: Adult Field Day It's an Adult Field Day with team building, networking and fun challenges for everyone! Team of 4 Registration: $250 for Members/$350 for Non-Members APR 19 Wednesday, 8:30am Eggs & Issues: Meet the Candidates! This meeting features updates from national, state, and local elected officials, as well as local and state "Meet the Candidates events. APR 27 Thursday, 5:05pm 5:05 Networking at LG's Cigar Lounge! Join like-minded business professionals for our monthly after hours networking event! 5:05 is a social networking/business building event sponsored
A House Republican introduces a sales tax bill he says is intended to be just one part of a long-term fiscal plan. Plus, the Fairview neighborhood in Anchorage was divided by the Seward Highway, but is now being re-envisioned with help from a federal grant.
In this Gardeners' Corner special, live from Fairview Primary School, David Maxwell joins the children, parents and teachers at Fairview Primary School in Ballyclare. In collaboration with the Education team at BBC Northern Ireland, the programme showcases some of the great gardening taking place in schools across Northern Ireland. Experts Claire McNally and Brendan Little will be on hand to offer some guidance on planting for pollinators, looking after a wildlife pond and woodland planting. The Education team will also launch their school gardening wall planner which schools can get free by emailing LittleGreenFingers@bbc.co.uk Email the programme on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dee Whitten retired as Executive Director of NorthStar at the end of 2022. He is a visionary leader who often recognizes trends before others do. He strives to initiate new and innovative ministries to help the local church and reach the unchurched in our communities. Dee's strengths are in coaching, mentoring and relationship building, and his enthusiasm is contagious. Prior to coming to NorthStar, Dee served as the Sr Pastor of Fairview at River Club as well as Director of Missions of Hermon Baptist Association in Caroline County, VA. Dee has also served as the Northern Region Field Strategist for the Virginia Baptist Mission Board and as pastor of numerous other churches, including Mount Ararat Baptist Church in Stafford, VA, and Emmanuel Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA. Dee and his wife, Jane, have two grown children and six grandchildren.
Sanford-Fairview merger is meeting with scrutiny and resistance at the Capitol as deal nears and attorney general Keith Ellison says he's weighing legal action against Hyundai and Kia for the lack of security measures on their cars. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
State lawmakers spent Tuesday talking about the proposed Sanford-Fairview Health merger. In a rare joint appearance Tuesday evening, former governors Tim Pawlenty and Mark Dayton with testify in a Senate committee against the merger. Fairview runs the University of Minnesota teaching hospitals and clinics, which is a snag in the merger deal. The University of Minnesota wants $300 million from the state to buy it's hospital back from Fairview and another $650 million to run it. In a letter sent to the University on Monday, Fairview's CEO said they'll sell the hospitals back to the university if it helps clear the way to Fairview's merger with Sanford Health of South Dakota. DFL Senator Melissa Wiklund is chair of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee who will hold the gavel in the Tuesday evening hearing. She joined MPR News host Cathy Wurzer to talk about the process. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. We attempt to make transcripts for Minnesota Now available the next business day after a broadcast. When ready they will appear here.
Heavy hitters including former Governors Dayton and Pawlenty are weighing in on the big possible merger between Fairview and Sanford Health systems. Millennials and Gen Z have a higher risk of colon cancer than generations past. Why? Dr. Jay Sheree Allen from Mayo clinic gave us the scoop. Staff at a veterans home in Hastings are reporting it's a hostile environment that is negatively impacting veteran care. We got the details about what's being done about it. The latest in our Minnesota-made podcast series is about the stories behind some of the most interesting pieces of art in Minnesota. Use the audio player above to listen to the full show. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
Deep in the Heart... Annual Gala We are so excited to share our Annual Recognition Gala with YOU! Now accepting donations of auction items as well as sponsorships for many different levels. To see all the opportunities you have to get your brand in front of hundreds of attendees, CLICK HERE! And don't forget to nominate local businesses for recognition in the following award categories: Spirit of Allen and Spirit of Fairview, Small Business Award, Entrepreneur, and Major Investor Award. You are not required to nominate a business, individual, or organization for all, but are welcome to do so. Feel free to nominate your business or a business member you think is deserving of recognition.
In our 287th roundtable episode of Metagamers Anonymous, we discuss an email on game pitches and campaign models. Metagamers Anonymous is a podcast dedicated to tabletop roleplaying games and (mostly) related material. To join the conversation, drop us a line at email@example.com. Hosts: Erik, Rich, Vanessa, Jess and jim pinto Links from the show: Fairview […] The post MetAnon Ep287 – That Super Secret Special Sauce first appeared on Prismatic Tsunami.
Aimee Noelle Packer is a 23-year-old mother and wife residing in Fairview, North Carolina. Mrs. Packer and her family gained national prominence after she posted a powerful “prayer request” video depicting her baby daughter Timberly courageously working with physical therapists to mitigate muscle tremors caused by congenital Lyme disease. Mrs. Packer's journey with Lyme disease began when she was bitten by a tick at the age of 7. She became chronically ill at 12 and was diagnosed with Lyme disease at 16. After her diagnosis, Ms. Packer's parents located a Lyme-literate homeopathic doctor in Virginia who treated her by utilizing adrenal support, immune support, and drainage. The treatment was successful and she returned to full participation in high school life and activities. After graduation, she married and was advised by doctors that her childhood disease would not impact a pregnancy “because [she] did not have an active Lyme infection”. One year after the birth of her daughter, the Packer family home suffered a flood. The flooding resulted in mold growth triggering a recurrence of Lyme symptoms for Mrs. Packer. At the same time, Mrs. Packer noticed her baby was physically and cognitively regressing. The post-flood events caused doctors to test the entire Packer family for Lyme disease and all three tested positive. Mrs. Packer concluded that her husband and daughter were infected by contact with her. If you would like to learn more about how the Packer family is courageously battling both congenital and sexually transmitted Lyme disease, then tune in now! PS Ashley Marba special guest co-hosted this interview with Rich from Tick Boot Camp!
We're talking Cider! In this episode, we talk with Katie Moore and Dan Fowler of Barn Door Ciderworks in Fairview, NC! The philosophy behind the ciders at Barn Door Ciderworks is that you should embrace the natural flavors of the apples themselves. This rustic simplicity is something that shines through in each of the cidersContinue reading →
New details emerge for proposed Sanford-Fairview merger, including a possible big investment, and the state patrol is hoping to land a new chopper. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
The Sanford Health and Fairview Health Services merger has been delayed. On Friday, Feb. 10, both health providers announced they will delay their proposed merger until the end of May. Originally, they planned to wrap up the deal by March 31. Together Sanford and Fairview include nearly 80,000 employees. The Minnesota Nurses Association represents thousands of those employees. It has opposed the merger since it was announced late last year. Minnesota Nurses Association President Mary Turner spoke to MPR News host Cathy Wurzer about where they might go from here. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. We attempt to make transcripts for Minnesota Now available the next business day after a broadcast. When ready they will appear here.
WCS Sports Connection (Coaches Show) Ep. 665 - Fairview vs Page. Hosted by WCS Athletic Director, Darrin Joines. (2023) Guests: Wayne McGowan, Trey McCoy, Randy Coffman, Jared Street.
The Assistant Principal Podcast
Show Notes, Episode 97: Every building, every class, every day!About this show:Unless you are a first-time listener, you have heard me talk about the flywheel – the core set ofinstructional practices that drive continual teacher growth. But what does this flywheel look likein practice, in a real school? We explore the answer today with a special principal who has areputation for supporting and growing teachers.Notable QuotesEleanor:We're putting systems here in place at Fairview that will long outlast individuals, and Ithink some of the problem is that we rely on certain people and we're trying to create asystem so that it doesn't matter who the principal is, it doesn't matter who the assistantprincipal is, because the systems will be in place. So, when that leadership changes andour teachers change, that system is still going to work and that's our goal.The goal is to get through every building, every class, every day.I do feel like the game changer is that accountability piece, and that intentional planning,and really breaking down those standards so they know exactly what they're teaching.There's no questions. And then the coaches do a great job not only planning with thembut pushing into their classrooms. So, they're in their classrooms seeing how it works. Itcould be a Co teaching lesson, it could be you know, just a concern with that group ofkids. And so, they have really fostered such positive relationships because it's nonevaluative. They're their support and so they're coming in to support.It's not a one-person show.Sometimes I think that we get so caught up in having to do all this work that we forget totake a deep breath and take that time to enjoy the adults around you and the kids aroundyou.Frederick:Faculty meetings, I think, are one of those things that exist almost universally that wethink they're important, but they're really not because there are so many other ways thatwe can get that information out to people.Improving life and leadership of assistant principalshttps://www.frederickbuskey.com/appodcast.html 2You're building the systems and supports and I think one of the pieces that I wantlisteners to really take away, is that you have to protect that time, but you can protectthat time. But it is a conscious choice, right. You are thinking you know the interruptionswill occur if you don't do something. So, you look at your resources and build thesystems in place so that that time is protected.I think we sometimes underappreciate how complex the observation process is and thedifferent ways that we can do it in order to achieve different ends and support people indifferent ways.Frederick's Links:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://www.frederickbuskey.com/LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/strategicleadershipconsultingDaily Email subscribe: https://adept-experimenter-3588.ck.page/ff61713840
University of Minnesota medical students are planning a protest against the proposed Fairview and Sanford health systems merger tomorrow. We'll hear about their concerns as the deal moves forward. A bill that would require Minnesota's electricity to be carbon-free is speeding through the Legislature. We'll find out what would it mean for electric utilities and their customers. White households in Minnesota are wealthier than Black households. That's largely because of racism and discrimination. MPR News host Cathy Wurzer spoke with the leader of a St. Paul organization aiming to close that wealth gap. In our latest "Winter Play" installment, a first-timer goes ice fishing. Listen for advice for newbies. Plus, our sports guys Wally Langfellow and Eric Nelson are back sharing their take on Tom Brady's (second) retirement and a whole lot more.
Dr. Bevin Yueh is the CEO of the University of Minnesota Physician Group and Vice Dean of Clinical Affairs at the University of Minnesota medical school. He joined MPR News host Cathy Wurzer to talk more about the concerns of the medical school leaders and staff.
One of those doesn't fit!? I have a terrible sounding cold. I feel and sound worse than when I couldn't come in on Monday! Anyway... I bet soon those e-correspondences with our doctors are going to cost. From Tom Brady I got MAKE PLAN A WORK. Good luck getting your Beyonce tickets. The person (unknowingly?) stole cremated remains outside of Glendale Garden Cafe. Fairview, admin, cmon. Dom Glover from The Modern Dance Company returns to invite you to their upcoming show XOXO Feb. 11 at Handmade.
Hour 1: Jason talked about a poll that shows most Americans believe that government is the biggest problem in the country. Then Dr. Tim Sielaff from St. Thomas joined him to talk about the issues surrounding the Fairview-Sanford merger.
AG Keith Ellison wants to delay it. Now some legislators are discussing it as well. Dr. Timothy Sielaff is an Executive Fellow at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business and joined Jason to talk about the issues involved.
Welcome to the newest addition to the Fairview community – our Artisans Market! We're thrilled to bring local artists and vendors together in one place for you to discover and support. Located in the heart of Fairview, our Market is the perfect destination for unique and handcrafted items. From homemade jewelry to one-of-a-kind paintings, our vendors have something unique to offer everyone. We encourageyou to come and explore the creativity of our vendors and find that special piece you've been looking for. Committed to providing a platform for local artisans and vendors to showcase and sell their creations. If you're interested in becoming a vendor, please visit our Vendor Page: https://forms.gle/CtVSdiBizACVdVYV6 for more information and to apply. We're always looking for new talent to join our Market. Check back often for updates and sneak peeks of what you can expect at our Market. We can't wait to see you there!
Top headlines: Bitter cold temps expected, local comments on proposed Sanford-Fairview merger, $30,000 per acre land sale, forgery charges and other crime, true team gymnastics meet, BPA students head to state. The Globe Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters at The Globe. For more news from throughout the day, check out dglobe.com.
MPR reporter Michelle Wiley explores the University of Minnesota's position on a merger between two major health care organizations in the state. Then, MPR News Host Cathy Wurzer talks with current Attorney General Keith Ellison about a series of four public comment meetings on the proposed deal.
Attorney General Keith Ellison hosts public comment sessions on the merger of two major health care organizations in the region. MPR News Host Tim Nelson talks with MPR health reporter Michelle Wiley on the first of these sessions held Tuesday.
Ryan Barry is in his 6th year as the Head Boys' Basketball Coach at Fairview High School in Cleveland, Ohio. During his tenure with the Warriors Barry has compiled 93-36 career record.Ryan is a 2-time Greater Cleveland Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the Year for divisions 2-4 and was the Northeast Lakes District Division 2 Coach of the Year in 2019. His teams have won 3 Great Lakes Conference Championships and Ryan is a 2-time Great Lakes Conference Coach of the Year.If you're looking to improve your coaching please consider joining the Hoop Heads Mentorship Program. We believe that having a mentor is the best way to maximize your potential and become a transformational coach. By matching you up with one of our experienced mentors you'll develop a one on one relationship that will help your coaching, your team, your program, and your mindset. The Hoop Heads Mentorship Program delivers mentoring services to basketball coaches at all levels through our team of experienced Head Coaches. Find out more at hoopheadspod.com or shoot me an email directly email@example.comFollow us on social media @hoopheadspod on Twitter and Instagram and be sure to check out the Hoop Heads Podcast Network for more great basketball content.Grab a pen and some paper to take some notes as you listen to this episode with Ryan Barry, Head Boys' Basketball Coach at Fairview High School in Cleveland, Ohio.Website - https://fairviewathletics.com/teams/3394673/boys/basketball/varsityEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter - @FPHS_Basketball
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The Vancouver Life Real Estate Podcast
What a crazy year! Nothing tells the story of 2022 better than comparing the predictions we made at the start of this year with how they actually turned out. While we nailed a few predictions, we also had some significant misses as we review the year.Historically, this episode is always a lot of fun but especially this time around as no one saw the extreme change in headwinds coming like the Bank of Canada did. Yes, we even reviewed their promise to keep rates low until 2023 and how long they let inflation run before acting. While we felt interest rates would be a part of the story, no one could have predicted how quickly they rose. We take a swing at inflation numbers, price predictions, lockdown probabilities and much more on this entertaining episode. Next week we make a whole batch of new predictions for 2023. _________________________________ Contact Us To Book Your Private Consultation:
We talk to another amazing LP this week, Aakar Vachhani, Partner at Fairview Capital. Fairview has over $3.5B in AUM that focuses on fund investing, co-investments, and direct investment. They have built a reputation for finding and backing emerging managers with diverse backgrounds.About Aakar Vachhani:Aakar Vachhani is a Partner and a member of Fairview Capital's investment committee. He is involved in research, due diligence, investment monitoring, and business development for Fairview's venture capital and private equity partnership and direct co-investment portfolios.Prior to joining Fairview, Aakar was with Cambridge Associates, a leading investment advisor to foundations, endowments and corporate and government entities. He was responsible for analyzing private equity and venture capital investments in support of the firm's clients and consultants. In addition, he led research and data analytics projects on the firm's private equity and venture capital database. Aakar also spent time with MK Capital, a multi-stage venture capital firm with a sector focus on software and cloud services.He holds a B.S. in Economics-Finance from Bentley University and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship & Innovation from the Kellogg School of Management.A word from our sponsor:At Ripple, we manage all of our fund expenses and employee credit cards using Jeeves. The team at Jeeves helped get me and my team setup with physical and virtual credit cards in days. I was able to allow my teammates to expense items in multiple currencies allowing them to pay for anything, anywhere at anytime. We weren't asked for any personal guarantees or to pay any setup or monthly SaaS fees.Not only does Jeeves save us time, but they also give us cash back on our purchases including expenses like Google, Facebook, or AWS every month. New users can earn up to 3% cashback for their first 90 days.The best part is Jeeves puts up the cash, and you settle up once every 30 days in any currency you want, unlike some other corporate card companies that make you pre-pay every month. Jeeves also recently launched its Jeeves Growth and Working Capital initiative for startups and fast-growing companies to enable more financial freedom for companies. The best thing of all is that Jeeves is live in 24 countries including Canada, the US and many other countries around the world.Jeeves truly offers the best all-in-one expense management corporate card program for all startups especially the ones at Ripple and we at Tank Talks could not be more excited to officially partner with them. Listeners of Tank Talks can get set up with a demo of Jeeves today and take advantage of our Tank Talks special with a $250 statement credit after the first $2,500 in spend or a $500 statement credit after the first $5000 in spend. Lastly, all Jeeves cardholders receive access to their Lounge Pass program and access to over 1300 airports globally.Visit tryjeeves.com/tanktalks to learn more.In this episode we discuss(02:35) Aakar's journey to becoming an investor(05:36) Learning about data and analysis of investing at Cambridge Associates(07:37) Investments in underrepresented, emerging managers he's most proud of at Fairview(11:05) Why Fairview began looking for underrepresented managers when it started 30 years ago(11:56) How Fairview's investing thesis has evolved over the years(18:19) Common mistakes and red flags that emerging managers make(20:17) What Aakar does to add-value to GPs(22:30) Advice he's giving to his GPs right now on how to adjust to the market(24:15) How the FTX reflects on the entire venture industry(27:30) What Aakar is doing ot navigate the current seed and early-stage market(29:57) Using secondary funds to make way in the current market(31:57) Adjusting their return expectations in the market(32:40) Investment sectors Fairview is excited about(34:04) How new investors and family offices should think about the current market(35:35) Best career advice he's receivedFast Favorites:*
Cindy Adams presents Brad Wells. Tune in now to hear about Brad's family-owned tree farm called "Fairview Tree Farm" in upstate NY and how his past generation started it all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Claire Stolee is a long-time volunteer at M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital and is their official "Head Elf". Find out how you can brighten the Christmas of some kids in tough situations.
In this episode, we are joined again by Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker's Healthcare, to discuss the challenges hospitals & health systems face while cutting costs, Walmart losing top health exec to JPMorgan, and Sanford & Fairview announcing a merger.
Nate Shelman was live to kick off Day One of Idaho's Largest Toy Drive!! He was joined by Staff Sgt. Garcia, Staff Sgt. Pala, and Captain Johnson from the Marine Corps. They helped set this year's goal of filling five and a half semi-truck trailers full of toys! We will be out at Sportsman's Warehouse on Fairview in Meridian now through December 6th. Come drop off a toy and say hi. (11/25/22)
Attorney general says he'll hold public hearings into the Fairview-Sandford merger, and state ag commissioner says Minnesota may weigh a standing farm disaster relief fund. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
Sanford Health, based in Sioux Falls and Fairview Health Systems in Minneapolis want to join forces. Cathy Wurzer gets reactions from Cara Hetland, the Director of Radio and Journalism Content for South Dakota Public Broadcasting, and Laurie Swanson, former Minnesota Attorney General who dealt with a similar merger plan in 2013.
Some groups are already lining up against a proposed merger of Fairview health system in the twin cities and Sanford health of Sioux Falls. If it is successful, it would create one of the largest health care providers in the Midwest. This is a morning update from MPR News, hosted by Cathy Wurzer. Music by Gary Meister.
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Sanford, Fairview eye health mega merger again, after a bruising failure nearly a decade ago, and U.S. Representative Tom Emmer wins a spot on the GOP podium in Congress. This is an evening update from MPR News, hosted by Tim Nelson. Music by Gary Meister.
Kevin Miller speaks to callers about their thoughts on the Midterm Elections, live from Walmart on Fairview!
Five days after Ryan Seaman graduated from high school, he hit the road. His gig: drumming for The Eyeliners on Warped Tour 2002. This was just the beginning for Ryan. He'd go on to play in Fairview, Falling In Reverse, I Am Ghost, and I Don't Know How By They Found Me. That last band played Ellen and Jimmy Kimmel. But before any of this, Ryan was a ska-punk kid going to as many shows in Salt Lake City, Utah as he possibly could. On today's episode, we chat with Ryan about his SLC ska-punk scene years. He tells us how transformative Green Day's Dookie was for him, discovering The Stereo in 1999, road managing The Aquabats in 2019, and how a Link 80 show at Area 51 was one of the greatest shows he saw in his life. We also talk about the movie SLC Punk, The Used, and Adam tells us about the time he saw Mr. Bungle in Utah. We also discuss Utah ska bands, including Insatiable, Sturgeon General, My Man Friday, Stretch Armstrong, Hospital Food and The Knockouts. Support the show
Kodey runs down the most recent week of football that included playoffs and league championships from 3A including a snowy thriller! He also relays notes from Gideon's game, as well as he and Coach V's thoughts and standings on the second round of playoffs that aren't 3A. Please listen in for insight, analysis, and coverage of the most exciting time of the year in Colorado high school football! Timestamps 0:00-0:40 Code Red Coaching 0:41-1:17 Intro 1:18-6:23 Thursday 5A Playoff Scores Recap 6:24-8:58 Thursday 3A Scores Recap 8:59-31:13 George Washington vs. Frederick 31:14-34:53 Friday 3A Scores Recap 34:54-53:25 Friday Playoff Scores Recap 53:26-1:12:18 Windsor vs. Bear Creek 1:12:19-1:31:19 Fairview vs. Chatfield 1:31:20-1:45:00 Saturday Playoff Scores Recap 1:45:01-1:55:45 Playmakers of the Week brought to you by Code Red Coaching 1:55:55-2:07:16 1A Predictions and Points Update 2:07:17-2:15:44 2A Predictions and Points Update 2:15:45-2:35:23 Coach V 3A Playoff Bracket 2:35:24-2:40:46 Gideon 3A Playoff Bracket 2:40:47-2:51:31 Kodey 3A Playoff Bracket 2:40:48-3:03:49 4A Predictions and Points Update 3:03:50-3:16:04 5A Predictions 3"16:05-3:18:40 Outro/Announcements https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz
The entire staff of The Allen Fairview Chamber of Commerce is here for this episode where we discuss: The State of Allen Luncheon, Ribbon Cuttings, Upcoming Events and Membership Benefits RIBBON CUTTINGS: NOV 9 Wednesday 4:30pm - 5:30pm Ribbon Cutting - 100 Percent Chiropractic Fairview 117 Whistlestop Way Unit 3, Fairview, TX 75069 NOV 10 Thursday 4:30pm - 6:30pm Ribbon Cutting & Anniversary Celebration Let's celebrate with Allen Flower Shop and Rodenbaugh's at their milestone business anniversaries - 50 & 60 years in business in Allen respectively. The joint event will begin at Allen Flower Shop, 102 E. Main and then move to Rodenbaugh's, 102 W. Main, Allen 75013 NOV 17 Thursday 4:30pm - 5:30pm Ribbon Cutting - My Haven Travel - Cruiseplanners Franchise Pie 314 Everyday Eatery Fairview, 148 Fountain Court, Fairview, TX NOV 15 Tuesday 4:00pm - 5:00pm Chamber 411: Maximize Your Membership Pie 314 Everyday Eatery, 148 Fountain Court, Fairview, TX 75069 Membership Benefit: Lobby Displays
From indie improv darling to comedy festival creator, this week's Secure The Gag guest is none other than the beloved Otter Lee (Tooning Out The News, Fairview, Edinburgh Fringe)!!! Otter and Nathan get into Otter's summer standup show at Fringe and their UK stand up tour that left audiences shocked, gagged, and gooped. Otter also shares about his work on Comedy Central's Tooning Out The News and working as a voice over artist in a self constructed studio. They also get into Otter's highly speculated love life and the journey of his 1,000 boyfriends (our quote not his for the record, starting the Asian Comedy Festival, and his upcoming indie film. Secure The Gag is a queer comedy podcast hosted by comedian and writer, Nathan Pearson. Tune in every Monday as Nathan interviews funny queers about their infamous online videos, bits, and success. Nathan Pearson is a comedian, actor, writer, and host of Secure The Gag based in Brooklyn, NY by way of Atlanta, GA. Recently, he was featured on HBOMax's Humans By Orientation platform and on the UCB Character's Welcome where his “Guy F**ks His Bully's Dad” sketch became a viral sensation. Online, Nathan has amassed a following on TikTok and has been featured in Vulture, Instinct, Queerty, Logo's NewNowNext, and more. Secure The Gag is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network hosted by WUSSY Mag @wussymag Hosted by Nathan Pearson @nathankpearson Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto Edited by Ryan Andrews @rtayrews Podcast Art created by Beardy Glasses @beardy.glasses Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix Follow @SecureTheGag
Jane Wells fills in for John & Ken. Queen Elizabeth II has passed away at the age of 96. KFI reporter Blake Troli gives an update on the Fairview fire. Jane discusses what comes next for King Charles III as he ascends to the throne.
Update on the Radford fire (near Big Bear) // Update on the Fairview fire (in Hemet) // Heatwave continues // Chance of rain this weekend // Parents upset about lack of AC for students
We are so thankful for advancements in modern technology that let us solve cold cases. Listen to this episode to hear the story of Janie Landers and how her family ultimately got answers.
We are so thankful for advancements in modern technology that let us solve cold cases. Listen to this episode to hear the story of Janie Landers and how her family ultimately got answers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices