One of the Earth's four temperate seasons, occurring between winter and summer
This is a late one, but Marc, Scy and Rin are back and talking about the 2021 Spring Season! What's their faves? What did they not enjoy? Find out in this episode! Check out our Patreon! Be the first to witness our very first transition into video podcast coming out exclusively on Patreon! If you become a patron soon. You'll be seeing the exclusive episode of Otaku's Overview of the Series Finale of Fruits Basket, Sword Art Online, Oregairu (My Teen Romantic Comedy Snafuu) and Food Wars! Be sure to become a Patron now so you won't miss it and get a shout out on our regular episodes! Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32455799&fan_landing=true Please Rate us on Apple Podcast (it would seriously help our podcast a ton!) Follow our social media and all the Otaku members of this podcast: Follow Marc! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marctaku Twitter: https://twitter.com/_marctaku_ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/marctaku (Now streaming!) Follow Eddy's new Gunpla stream! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/eddyspegeddy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eddyspegeddy/ Follow Scy's Game Stream and Twitter! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/scymyguy Twitter: https://twitter.com/scymyguy Follow Rin's Game Stream! Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sailorrin_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otakuirlpodcast/message
Garden Update Greg: Greg has started his seeds for fall in the greenhouse. He has a few different cover crops growing (Black Oil Sunflowers & Sorghum Sudangrass). Greg says that they still have their Jing Orange Okra coming in like crazy, this variety can get a little bit longer than the normal okra varieties but has great flavor and texture. Sheila: Sheila is getting ready to transplant more sunflowers in her raised beds. Sungold, Mardi Gras, and Sun Spot are the 3 different varieties Sheila is starting this go around but will also be planting more every two weeks to keep them blooming well into the fall. She recently tested a theory on soaking seeds. The "seed soaking" theory was to see if it made a difference with germination if you soaked seeds overnight. Jambalaya seeds were soaked in milk, another batch in water, and then none were soaked at all... the conclusion? It did not make a difference if you soak the seeds. If you plant okra seeds in cool soil, you will have problems. We did have the "no soaking" seeds come up in 3 days! Roselle is getting taller and Sheila has had to thin out the garden. Seeds/Product Updates Greg has been in contact with many of the Hoss seed breeders. They say that seed prices will increase over the next year or gardening season and that the breeders' reserve on seed is getting pretty thin. Hoss Tools will be later than normal getting our seeds for the 2022 Spring Season, we should be getting our seeds in around early December. Another interesting topic, Hoss' potting soil supplier has informed Greg that there will be a shortage of potting soil going into 2022. 3 Important Fermenting Tips Cleanliness/ types of equipment - crock vs. jarBrine/Temp/Strength (%of salt by weight in given volume of water)Monitor/Check Daily/Skim off white scum/any mold Recipe Mrs. Hoss' Dill Pickle Recipe (No-Fail Half Sour Dill Pickles) *Makes about 2 Quarts* Ingredients: 4 cups of water2 TBS pickling or fine sea salt1/2 cup distilled white vinegar8 cups whole pickling cucumbers1 dill head or 6 sprigs of fresh dill4 garlic cloves, peeled Step-By-Step: 1. Heat the water and salt in saucepan, stirring until the salt is fully dissolved. Add the white vinegar and let cool to room temperature. 2. Slice 1/16 inch off the blossom end of each cucumber 3. Pack a clean 2-quart canning jar or crock with the dill, garlic, and cucumbers, in that order. Pour in the brine. Weight the cucumbers so they are completely submerged in the brine. 4. Cover the container to exclude the air. Set the jar where the temperature will remain constant; 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal. 5. Check the jar daily and remove any scum that forms on the surface. 6. The pickles will be ready n 2 to 3 days, although full flavor will not be reached for a week. If your kitchen is reasonably cool, you can leave these pickles out for up to 2 weeks. If the brine starts to become cloudy, refrigerate immediately to prevent spoiling. The flavor of the dill and garlic will continue to develop. The pickles will keep for at least 3 months in the refrigerator. Product of the Week Complete Fermentation Kit National Pickling Cucumber Food Preservation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_r-Y8zlBmgE
Episode 308: We are finally here to review the Spring Season anime of 2021. This season was packed with a lot of shows and we tried our best to get to most of the relevant shows all the while Dannie somehow managing to finish a lot of them. What were some of your favs for Spring 2021? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support
AOQ13: This episode Dannie and Som are joined by Earthworm from Anime Bros Podcast and Dannie's friend Melyka for this review of the 2019 version Fruits Basket; with emphasis on the third and final season that ended this Spring Season. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support
The second part of episode 5 is here, as Mathew Sarpraicone and Ethan Ayala discuss their anime awards for the 2021 Spring Season. Which anime won in our categories? Tune in to find out as they also discuss their Top 10 for the season.
Spring season officially comes to a close as Mathew Sarpraicone and Ethan Ayala discuss the last of the season finales in this special two-part episode. They first discuss the finales of Higehiro, Fruits Basket, Nagatoro. They also talk about the ending of Wonder Egg Priority, and what went wrong. News, other reviews, and many more from just part 1!
This week on the AoD Podcast, we’ve got DOUBLE the IPA trouble with two DIPAs to celebrate our June monthly wrap-up and the end of the Spring season. On tap, we have the Stone Brewing Liquid Poem and the Avery Brewing Maharaja. But that’s not all! We have our final thoughts on this season’s best and worst, including Vivy, Oddtaxi, To Your Eternity and more! You’ll want to grab twice as many drinks for this one, as we’ve got double the AoD fun in store for you. 00:00:26 Intro00:02:00 Beers of the Week: Stone Liquid Poem DIPA and Avery Maharaja Imperial IPAWeekly Pairing: Spring 2021 Anime Finales, Part 100:05:39 Oddtaxi00:18:52 Higehiro00:42:30 Beer Reviews01:02:15 News BreakHappy Hour: Spring 2021 Anime Finales, Part 201:12:44 Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song01:29:42 To Your Eternity (1st half)01:41:30 Wonder Egg Priority Special02:01:45 86: Eighty-Six02:18:14 Housekeeping/Closing To catch our shows live, head over to twitch.tv/animeondraft and give us a follow. Be sure to turn on notifications to be alerted when we go live. You can catch us on Twitter @animeondraft to receive updates on our weekly streams. Our current streaming schedule is Tuesdays starting around 7:30 PM Pacific Time. Join our Discord! animeondraft.com/discord Podcast Survey: https://forms.gle/T89YdmrBGfcL7VP18
Anakito is back with Dethna and Angie to talk about the Anime we've watched in the Winter & Spring Season of 2021.Find Anakito on Twitter:@AnakitoArt (SFW)@AnakitoN (NSFW)Timestamps:(0:01:43) Wonder Egg Priority(0:07:41) Heaven's Design Team(0:12:16) Horimiya(0:17:05) So I'm a Spider, So What?(0:20:50) SK8 the Infinity(0:38:52) To Your Eternity(0:45:44) Shadow House(0:50:08) Bakuten!!(0:59:38) The Saint's Magic Power is Omnipotent(1:05:10) Those Snow White Notes(1:10:59) Kuro Gal ni Natta kara Shinyuu to Shitemita(1:17:36) Fairy Ranmaru(1:29:44) My Hero Academia Season 5(1:41:42) Outlook (what we will be watching Summer 2021)To have all sorts of fun with us, check our Linktree where to find us!
The Arizona Wildcats' 2020-21 season is finally over. We recap the Arizona baseball season and the possibility of Jay Johnson leaving for LSU. Also, UA assistant men's basketball coach Jack Murphy joins us to talk about the Sean Miller-Tommy Lloyd transition and preview the 2021-22 season. And what about that alleged ASU football scandal? We dive in.
In this week’s episode of the SBLive California Podcast, reporters Connor Morrissette, Lance Smith and Bodie DeSilva discuss the end of Season 2 high school sports in Southern California. DeSilva breaks down Etiwanda ending Torrey Pines perfect season in basketball and then Eastlake, the No. 8 seed, claiming the Open Division baseball championship in San Diego. Smith gives his thoughts on Corona Centennial girls basketball beating Mater Dei in the CIF State Open Division regional championship and what the result means for the legacies of the top players in the game. Morrissette then explains why San Pedro beating El Camino Real was the best high school baseball championship he covered last week. The trio then hits on a few of the biggest storylines heading into the high school football season. The show finishes with Morrissette, Smith and DeSilva giving their top performers from the past week. Listen here.
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer discuss the final high school event for the 2020-21 school year which is state track and field championships. In the second segment, the two of them look back at the spring season and look ahead to the summer as they discuss plans for the podcast and what to expect for coverage. 1:14 - State track and field 26:50 - Summer plans and notes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With CoMotion Miami behind us, Greg Lindsay and Jonah Bliss recap this spring's season of Fast Forward — Elon! EVs! SPACs! Stonks! — plus Secretary Pete's Miami keynote conversation with CityFi's Gabe Klein. Listen in!
With CoMotion Miami behind us, Greg Lindsay and Jonah Bliss recap this spring's season of Fast Forward — Elon! EVs! SPACs! Stonks! — plus Secretary Pete's Miami keynote conversation with CityFi's Gabe Klein. Listen in!
The inevitability of our human experience is that we will, at some point, lose sight of our purpose. When we are misaligned with purpose, we get pulled into the vortex of addictions, avoidant/anxious attachment strategies and generally feeling disempowered in our own lives. On the flip side, when we can identify and make explicit what our purpose is, have a sense of what drives us, understand what lights us up with bliss, we are able to settle into what our Dao is. In today's conversation, Chinese Medicine Practitioner Christina Cecconi (who also happens to be one of my besties) and I explore the Fire Element and Summer Season. As humans, we are naturally drawn to the fire element. It is the metaphorical element for what connects us and what destroys us. And because of this, it is also the element that represents our Dao. What You'll Learn in this Episode: What does “Dao” mean and why the Fire Element is the Element of the DaoThe balance of Divine Masculine and Feminine The need for a container to express emotionsThe unhealthy chasing of bliss leading to addictionsHow the Fire Organs protect the HeartResources: “Harmony Enemy” Poem by Buddy WakefieldEp.16 What is YOUR Attachment Wound?Ep.21 Surrendering into the Metal Element and Autumn Season with Christina CecconiEp.29 Flow into the Water Element and Winter Season with Christina CecconiEp.38 Creating Purposeful Movement with the Wood Element and Spring Season with Christina CecconiYour Speakers:Kat Lee is an Intimacy + Relationship Coach, host of The Empowered Curiosity Podcast and Creator of The Heart Lab. She guides pattern-breakers to alchemize their emotions and embody their healing journey to cultivate intimacy as a spiritual practice. Kat Lee's Website // InstagramChristina Cecconi brings over a decade of experience in the world of Classical Chinese Medicine into her life and work as an acupuncturist, a practitioner, and a being that's having a human experience. Christina's Website This podcast is made possible with sound production by Andre Lagace.Original music by Mayan KitesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=34245616)
In this episode, Emily takes you on an audio tour of her chosen sit spot at the northwestern edge of UC Santa Cruz's East Meadow. She describes what she sees, hears, and experiences throughout her spring 2021 visits. She notes differences in temperature, plant life, and widlife based on the time of day she witnessed them and notes the changes between now and when she started this naturalist journey in early spring. She noticed many changes in the span of three months spent in the environment, and asks you to visualize them as she describes her surroundings. Attributions: 31153__uataudio__walkmeddrygrass 167455__kneedless__fly01: https://freesound.org/s/167455/ 466129__pianofarm__crows-attacking-red-tail-hawk-03-13-2019: https://freesound.org/s/466129/ 479610__craigsmith__r30-34-red-tailed-hawk: https://freesound.org/s/479610/ Pollinator sounds by Alex Jones, used by permission
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer go through all of the section tournaments happening this week for the local schools. First, they go over baseball and softball tournaments with many baseball teams winning the first round. Then, the two of them discuss boys and girls golf as well as track and field with some key meets coming up this week. Finally, they wrap up the podcast with boys and girls lacrosse as well as updates on boys tennis sections. 1:34 - Baseball 7:14 - Softball 15:21 - Boys and Girls Golf 20:06 - Track and Field 26:25 - Boys and Girls Lacrosse 32:10 - Boys Tennis See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Next batch of first impressions for this Spring Season! This week we talk about Pretty Boy Detective Club, To Your Eternity, Koikimo, Those Snow White Notes, Odd Taxi, Osananajimi ga Zetta ni Makenai Love Comedy, Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Super Cub, and Tokyo Revengers. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer discuss many topics in the latest podcast. First, the two of them talk about some close games in boys lacrosse and softball over the past week. Then, they analyze a couple big wins in baseball and adapted softball that could change the conference standings. Finally, the duo recaps the highlights of boys and girls golf, track and field, girls lacrosse and some college sports in the final segment. 1:24 - Boys lacrosse 7:00 - Softball 15:10 - Baseball 24:43 - Adapted softball 29:14 - Boys tennis 37:45 - Boys golf 39:10 - Girls golf 40:25 - Track and field 43:30 - Girls lacrosse 45:15 - College sports See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Well that sucked. And while there's plenty of blame and heartbreak to spread around, there's also optimism for the Fall and beyond. Plus we get to watch 4-time CAA Champion Lax and Softball head for postseasons with off-the-charts hopes and expectations respectively. Huge thanks for all of your support this last crazy year! And yes, somehow we were accidentally and miraculously saved from publishing rants about past coaching regimes by our own technical difficulties. Perfect really! Maybe we'll revisit this summer.
The nonprofit organization Farm Rescue is busy in the field, helping get a crop planted for those who’ve been impacted by injuries, illnesses or natural disasters. Farm Rescue volunteers come from many places with a common mission: to help farm and ranch families in crisis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 297: Spring is here and on this part we give our 1st impressions on the following shows: Don't Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro, Higehiro, Combatants Will Be Dispatched, Vivy: Fluorites Eye Song, Edens Zero, Shadows House, and SSSS.Dynazenon. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support
On the third hour of The Nick Handley Show, we play some audio from two Husker defenders in Cam Taylor-Britt and Ty Robinson and get their thoughts on the Husker spring game. Next, we talk about the Minnesota Vikings did in the NFL Draft with Sam Ekstrom of purpleinsider.com. Then Nick gets into some Big Ten Baseball talk and sees the latest projections of how many Big Ten teams could make the tournament. Nick ends the hour with what not to do on Cinco De Mayo.
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer look back at baseball and softball games from the past week in the first segment. Then, they provide updates on boys and girls lacrosse as well as boys and girls golf from the last few days. Finally, the two of them discuss where they'll be in the next week and wrap up with adapted softball and college sports. 2:10 - Baseball 10:44 - Softball 20:49 - Girls lacrosse 23:12 - Boys lacrosse 25:00 - Boys golf 29:04 - Girls golf See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
St. Cloud Times sports reporters Brian Mozey and Zach Dwyer discuss the third week of the 2021 prep spring season. First, they discuss highlights and recaps on track and field as well as baseball from Friday and Tuesday nights. Next, the two of them go over their thoughts on different matches and games regarding lacrosse and boys tennis. Finally, they finish the podcast with scores and stats on softball, golf, adapted softball and a little bit of college spring sports. 1:20 - Track and field 8:17 - Baseball 14:48 - Lacrosse 18:52 - Boys tennis 23:10 - Softball 26:32 - Golf 26:53 - Adapted softball 28:38 - College sports See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tubs at the Club breaks down the disappointing 2-4 record of the 2021 Spring Idaho Vandals football team.Thank you to our Patreons! This episode is not possible without them:Tub Club:Nick Weber, Mathew Janicek & Daryn CozakTub Token: Nick StutzmanPremium Drink Token: Dave Ellison, Taylor CashSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/TubsAtTheClub)Episode is brought to you by:Montucky Cold Snackshttps://montuckycoldsnacks.com/Around The Bar brought to you by:Hughes River Expeditions https://www.hughesriver.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TubsAtTheClub)
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This week on the show we’re wrapping up the strange but important Long Beach football Spring season, talking to Mark Ziegenhagen about stepping down as Wilson football coach and catching up with the swimmers at the Long Beach Poly and Wilson meet last weekend. 01:00 Farewell to Long Beach football Spring season with player interviews 17:00 Interview with Mark Ziegenhagen 32:30 Moore League swimming
After finishing the season this past Saturday, Coach Matsakis recaps the game at Franklin and the spring season as a whole. Lynn Groll brings up questions about the differences between this season and the 2019 season, what to look forward to this fall, and how the team is shaping up in recruiting. Stay tuned for more in the upcoming weeks!
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson dive into the FCS Playoff bracket that was released this weekend. They discuss the top seeds of South Dakota State, Sam Houston State, James Madison, and Jacksonville State. They also cover underrated teams like Weber State and Delaware. With finalists for the Eddie Robinson, Walter Payton, Jerry Rice, and Buck Buchanan awards being released, they share their favorites to win the awards. Lastly, they react to the wild play that Villanova's Daniel Smith made that blew up on social media.
The team breaks down the season-ending loss to NAU. Paul Petrino's record at Idaho sits at 30-59. When trailing at halftime, Petrino is now 3-46. Thank you to our Patreons! This episode is not possible without them: Tub Club: Nick Weber, Mathew Janicek & Daryn Cozak Tub Token: Nick Stutzman Premium Drink Token: Dave Ellison, Taylor Cash Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TubsAtTheClub) Episode is brought to you by: Montucky Cold Snacks https://montuckycoldsnacks.com/ Around The Bar Brought To You By : Hughes River Expeditions https://www.hughesriver.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TubsAtTheClub)
The Spring Season is SPEWING with anime as we talk about our favorite and not-so-favorite premieres, including To Your Eternity, 86, and Odd Taxi. We also make a lot of lists, including our favorite anime grandpas. Oh, and Ganon11 is here. It's cool.
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson react to news of former Tennessee Titans running back Eddie George being hired as the next coach for Tennessee State. They also predict how the remaining conference battles will shape out as many teams have qualified for the FCS playoff.
Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson react to the latest buzz surrounding FCS football. They share their displeasure with the FCS Committee dropping their rankings during the middle of an ESPNU baseball game and how it reflects poorly on the sport. They also share how teams may continue to shut down their seasons if they aren't in reach of making the playoffs.
Dom Izzo, from WDAY TV, joins the podcast as our special guest. Dom has had a front row seat as one of the trusted voices and fan favorites covering every major happening in the area sports scene, including North Dakota State, for over a decade. Swany and Nolan ask Dom about everything from the state of the FCS spring season, the transfer portal changing the landscape of college football and hoops going forward, where Trey Lance goes in the NFL Draft, and why the FBS makes sense for NDSU. Prepare to have some knowledge dropped on you, this week, where champions come to podcast!
Weeb's Assemble!!! Welcome into another riveting edition of your favorite anime podcast! This week, the guys get you hyped for the upcoming Spring Season with an exclusive preview show!!! Find out which shows you need to watch, their top five from the upcoming season, and their biggest sleeper picks that shouldn't go under the radar! Plus, a recap of "Kyodo Night Market" this past Saturday Night!
As we transition into a new season, regular podcast guest Christina Cecconi joins me once again for a chat about the energetics of Spring and the Wood Element. We are inching closer to Spring Equinox and you’ve likely been feeling the stirrings within your own body and spirit. To move, to be creative, to bring things to life, to plant seeds. But this also comes with the challenges of Spring. When we prioritize progress and movement over alignment, we fall into the trap of creating action for action’s sake. When things don’t turn out as we plan, this brings up frustration and anger. Sound familiar? Yeah, me too.Let’s dive into the energetics of Spring/Wood to find purposeful movement. What You'll Learn in this Episode: The energetics of Spring/Wood in relation to yin/yang theoryHow the Spring Season represents the transition from potential energy to kinetic energyThe balanced and unbalanced representations of AngerThe gifts and downfalls of the Wood elementThe energetics of Wood energy in a Metal Ox yearYour Speakers:Kat Lee is an Intimacy + Relationship Coach, host of The Empowered Curiosity Podcast and Creator of The Heart Lab. She guides pattern-breakers to alchemize their emotions and embody their healing journey to cultivate intimacy as a spiritual practice. Kat Lee's Website // InstagramChristina Cecconi uses the timeless wisdom of Classical Chinese Medicine to help cultivate genuine wellbeing in our present day lives. Trained as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Christina runs her clinical practice, Hinoki Wellness, in Vancouver, BC where she offers gentle esoteric acupuncture and lifestyle medicine. Christina's Website // InstagramThis podcast is made possible with sound production by Andre Lagace.Original music by Mayan KitesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=34245616)
As we enter into the spring season it is that time! Time to do a spring detox. What is a https://lifestrengthandhealth.com/detoxification/ (spring detox), what does it entail & why is it beneficial to do one? We answer these questions and more in this episode. Episode SponsorThis episode is sponsored by our https://lifestrengthandhealth.com/wellness (Wellevate). Wellevate is a invitation-only online health dispensary. Gain access to thousands of high quality nutraceuticals in minutes. So create your account today and get 10% OFF your orders today! Here is a https://lifestrengthandhealth.com/setup (quick walkthrough video) on setting up your account. In This Episode We Discuss:What is a detox Difference between full body & targeted detoxes Organs of the spring season Some foods to consume during a spring detox Importance of detoxing emotions Emotions to release during the spring Other components your spring detox should include OFFT: Benefits of lemon water And more…
Good Morning, Colorado, and welcome to the Daily Sun-Up from the Colorado Sun. It’s Friday March 19th, and we’re lucky to start the day with you. It’s officially spring this weekend, and for many Coloradans that means allergies. Today, we’re talking to an allergist about what’s to come this season. But before we begin, let’s go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett’s book “Colorado Day by Day”: Today, we’re going back to March 19th, 1855 when the US Army and volunteers from New Mexico stumbled upon a faction of Mouache Utes led by Tierra Blanca. A battle ensued in what is now known as Saguache. Now our feature story. The first day of spring is Saturday, March 20, and for many Coloradans the season brings allergies. Reporter Michael Booth spoke with an allergist to understand more of what’s on the horizon, and shared part of that conversation with Lucy Haggard. To read the full interview with Dr. Pete Cvietusa, go to coloradosun.com. Finally, here are a few stories that you should know about today: Colorado Democrats unveiled their proposal for a public health insurance option Thursday. The bill is a top priority for Governor Jared Polis and progressive lawmakers. But opponents, including private insurers and hospitals, argue providers would bear the financial burden and patients would have fewer choices for care. The bill requires federal approval for a special kind of waiver, but proponents say they’re confident they can get it signed off. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/18/colorado-public-option-proposal-2021-details/ State lawmakers also announced a $4 billion transportation plan Thursday that emphasizes gas and road-use fees, including a 25 cent charge per home delivery. The fees collected as part of the plan would help fund much-needed projects to improve air quality, reduce traffic and expand public transit. Lawmakers have tried for years to address a growing number of transportation problems, and while Democrats control both chambers of the legislature, Republicans are likely to push back against the bill. https://coloradosun.com/2021/03/18/colorado-gas-road-usage-fee-proposal-2021/ Last weekend’s storm spread multiple feet of snow across the Front Range. But statewide, drought conditions still persist. Thursday’s drought monitor report found that conditions improved across the Front Range and the eastern plains. But the Western Slope remains largely in the worst two categories of drought, and experts warn that spring snowstorms alone won’t be enough to fix the problem. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The implications of this weeks massive matchups can determine seeds, playoff spots, and rankings that may not matter? Join the admins for our newest Spring Season podcast episode! Matt & Chris welcome Jamie Williams and Special Guest Brandon Owens, a JSU fan and a host of the podcast Cocky Nation. Subscribe and Rate today!