AM Radio – 937 The Wave http://937thewave.com/ Wed, 25 May 2022 06:04:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://937thewave.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-150x150.png AM Radio – 937 The Wave http://937thewave.com/ 32 32 A Sacramento County nonprofit is offering to pay $3,000 in bills if you test positive for COVID-19 at its clinic https://937thewave.com/a-sacramento-county-nonprofit-is-offering-to-pay-3000-in-bills-if-you-test-positive-for-covid-19-at-its-clinic/ Tue, 24 May 2022 23:30:01 +0000 https://937thewave.com/a-sacramento-county-nonprofit-is-offering-to-pay-3000-in-bills-if-you-test-positive-for-covid-19-at-its-clinic/ For Gayshel Caldwell, COVID-19 has turned the tables on her household. A 60-year-old grandmother living with her three grandchildren, she normally receives their help with shopping and daily chores. But when her daughter came home from school with COVID-19, she said it was “devastating”. “I am an elderly lady with health issues,” she says. “COVID […]]]>

For Gayshel Caldwell, COVID-19 has turned the tables on her household.

A 60-year-old grandmother living with her three grandchildren, she normally receives their help with shopping and daily chores. But when her daughter came home from school with COVID-19, she said it was “devastating”.

“I am an elderly lady with health issues,” she says. “COVID is especially not a friend in my condition.”

Caldwell has returned to being a caretaker, sanitizing spaces and ensuring meals reach her grandchildren behind their closed doors while they are quarantined. Still, the virus swept through the rest of the house.

That’s when local nonprofit Asian Resources, Inc. stepped in to help during the household’s quarantine and subsequent recovery. In addition to providing ready meals for his family for a week, he helped pay some of Caldwell’s bills.

ARI is offering bill assistance of up to $3,000 through June 30 to Sacramento County residents who test positive at their headquarters at 6270 Elder Creek Road.

On-site testing takes place on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

“It really makes a difference physically and mentally [to have accessed the programs],” she said. “The resources have been extremely helpful – one of the best things you can experience in your life.”

For the bill assistance program, Caldwell gave a nonprofit representative copies of his bills and rental agreement, and the center paid the affected parties directly.

Billy Gougherty, program director at ARI, said the bill assistance program started as a way to get people to get tested. He thought specifically of those who may not want to take the test due to missing work, or those who may be unaware of applicable employment laws and rights.

Part-time and full-time workers are entitled to additional COVID-19 paid sick leave, which must be offered to employees who leave their place of residence for work and who work for employers with 500 or more employees throughout the country. It applies to those who tested positive between January 1 and September 30, 2022.

The ARI program is especially timely as cases and transmission increase across the country, including outbreaks in Sacramento-area schools. On May 19, the US COVID-19 Response Coordinator urged people who stopped wearing masks indoors to start over.

“COVID is not over,” Gougherty said. “It’s not over. And just as we’ve seen over the last few years, those spikes can happen. And it’s very important to be vigilant about that. And not just to keep testing regularly, but also , if you test positive, you must self-isolate.

The program covers up to $3,000 in bills, which include recurring monthly payments such as rent and utilities.

Most communication will be through email, Gougherty said, and like Caldwell’s experience, ARI requests copies of some of those invoices.

“It’s more about seeing how much their average monthly bill is, making sure the account is real and the individual is real, just to tie it all together,” he said. “Even if they were up to date on the bills, we don’t want to discourage that [they ask about participating]as it could hopefully be used as a credit towards their next bill next month.

From there, the nonprofit writes a check directly in the seller’s name and informs them that it is a check on behalf of an individual.

Gougherty said the bill relief program was made possible with funding from the Sacramento County COVID-19 Collaborative, which also supports the prepared meal delivery program.

ARI is one of 13 Sacramento community partners involved in the collaboration, along with Sacramento County and the Sierra Health Foundation.

Sierra Health Foundation President Chet Hewitt said the collaboration was designed to mitigate the impacts on those who could be hardest hit by COVID-19 financially and physically.

“People who live in dense housing, families who shared a common household were more likely to experience the spread of COVID-19 and were less likely to be able to self-isolate and do many of the things we asked people to act early to prevent the spread of the virus,” he said. “We know where you are, where you live and your socio-economic status has had a huge impact.”

Since September 2020, the collaboration has distributed more than $5 million in financial assistance through programs like ARI’s.

“People just need to realize that a lot of people are struggling or working at the same time, for whom that level of support is the difference between buying medicine and having enough food and nutrition and paying your rent and keeping the lights on. .on and do all the things we know families need to be [doing],” he said.

To learn more about the prepared meal delivery program and others offered by the Sacramento County COVID-19 Collaborative, including mental health services, you can email [email protected]

The billing assistance program ends on June 30. For more information, you can call Asian Resources, Inc. at (916) 454-1892 or send them a message.

Nicole Nixon contributed reporting.


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USS Minneapolis-St. Paul ordered from Duluth on Saturday https://937thewave.com/uss-minneapolis-st-paul-ordered-from-duluth-on-saturday/ Mon, 23 May 2022 01:54:48 +0000 https://937thewave.com/uss-minneapolis-st-paul-ordered-from-duluth-on-saturday/ (KNSI) – History was made in Duluth on Saturday as the littoral combat ship USS Minneapolis-St. Paul was officially commissioned and entered service. On a cool, rainy Saturday, a few hundred people, including Navy veterans and their families, lawmakers and the ship’s crew, gathered at the Duluth Seaway Port Authority to put the USS Minneapolis-St […]]]>

(KNSI) – History was made in Duluth on Saturday as the littoral combat ship USS Minneapolis-St. Paul was officially commissioned and entered service.

On a cool, rainy Saturday, a few hundred people, including Navy veterans and their families, lawmakers and the ship’s crew, gathered at the Duluth Seaway Port Authority to put the USS Minneapolis-St . Paul on duty. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Jodi Greene, the ship’s sponsor, gave a rousing speech saying, “As crew, you have already proven your strength and determination to prepare for this momentous day. . You prepared this ship to take its place in the fleet in difficult times. All eyes were on you as you continued to blaze this trail.

Greene then ordered from the platform: “Pilot our ship and bring it back to life.” As “Anchors Aweigh” was played by the Navy Band Great Lakes, the men and women of LCS-121 raced aboard, jogging through the cheering and cheering crowd.

Ceremony participants were Mayor Jacob Frey, City of Minneapolis; Mayor Melvin Carter, City of Saint Paul; Mayor Emily Larson, City of Duluth; Back. Adm. Casey Moton, Program Executive Office, Unmanned and Small Combatants; Mark Vandroff, Managing Director, Fincantieri Marinette Marine; Capt. David Miller, Commanding Officer, 2nd Littoral Combat Ship Squadron; Captain Andy Gold, Littoral Combat Ship Program Manager, Program Executive Office, Unmanned and Small Combatants; Brian Kriese, NCO in Charge, Bath Marinette Detachment Naval Construction Supervisor; and matrons of honor, Nicole Sunberg and Carly Olsen.

Built by Lockheed Martin and Fincantieri Marinette Marine in Marinette, Wisconsin. Minneapolis-Saint Paul was launched and christened on June 15, 2019. A design propulsion failure delayed her entry into service, and after the ship completed acceptance trials on August 21, 2020, she was delivered to the ‘US Navy on November 18, 2021.

“I am incredibly proud of this crew for their dedication to shipmates and the ship as we worked to commission USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul,” said Cmdr. Alfonza White, commandant of Minneapolis-Saint Paul. “We are honored to carry the Minneapolis-Saint Paul name in the fleet.”

This is the first time a Navy warship has been commissioned in Minnesota. Minneapolis-Saint Paul is the second Navy ship to honor Minnesota’s Twin Cities. The first United States Navy warship named Minneapolis-Saint Paul was a Los Angeles-class submarine launched in 1983 that participated in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul (SSN 708) was the first submarine to carry specially designed Tomahawk missiles for use in strikes against Iraq during the Gulf War. Having served more than two decades with distinction, the submarine was decommissioned in 2007.

The LCS-121 is a fast, agile, mission-focused platform designed to operate in coastal environments while also being capable of operating in the open ocean. With a top speed of 40 knots or 46 miles per hour, it is designed to defeat asymmetric “anti-access” threats and can support forward presence, maritime security, maritime control and deterrence.

Minneapolis-Saint Paul will be based at Naval Station Mayport, Florida.

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On New Album, Porridge Radio Seeks Truth in Life’s Contradictions: NPR https://937thewave.com/on-new-album-porridge-radio-seeks-truth-in-lifes-contradictions-npr/ Sat, 21 May 2022 13:00:47 +0000 https://937thewave.com/on-new-album-porridge-radio-seeks-truth-in-lifes-contradictions-npr/ Porridge Radio’s new album, Water slide, diving board, ladder to the skyis an intense record in pursuit of uncomfortable truths. Matilda Hill Jenkins / Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle caption Matilda Hill Jenkins / Courtesy of the artist Porridge Radio’s new album, Water slide, diving board, ladder to the skyis an intense record […]]]>

Porridge Radio’s new album, Water slide, diving board, ladder to the skyis an intense record in pursuit of uncomfortable truths.

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Dana Margolin, singer of Porridge Radio, demands precise environmental conditions on “Back To The Radio”, the first song of the British group’s new album Water slide, diving board, ladder to the sky: “Lock all the windows and close all the doors / And go inside the house and lie down on the cold hard floor.” Only then can she focus on the work she needs to do. “We can’t improve if we can’t talk about it,” she sings. Margolin has been known since the band’s debut album in 2016, Rice, pasta and other garnishes, that good intentions are meaningless without the effort necessary to bring them to fruition. At the time, his songs showed a reluctance to act on this knowledge, an urge to withdraw from the world at the sight of conflict. On Waterslidehowever, she only steps back to better face everything she might have missed before, both the good and the bad.

Getting better was also the goal Every bad, the band’s 2020 album filled with choruses that punished like screws twisting in wood with every rehearsal. “I don’t want to get bitter, I want us to get better,” Margolin chanted on “Lilac,” the lyrics unraveling as she screamed. Its earnestness crowned bands like Beat Happening and Tiger Trap, whose emphasis on the mundane and joyful revolutionized the sensibilities of punk while remaining informed by its sound, like the ancestors of Porridge Radio. On Waterslide, Margolin is more ruthless with her self-questions and willing to admit that she can be a hindrance to herself. She sets the stakes early on when she asks questions about change and stasis on the song “Trying”: “What if I never make it? What if I don’t come back to life?” There is no pretend answer; the listener is only a witness to his anxieties.

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For Margolin, a truthful examination of emotional life excludes easy resolutions. Throughout the album, an even backward fall into neglect meets any move she makes to improve. “Flowers” is a photo-negative of the mission-focused opening track, darker and slower but with the same speech pattern. Its intensity surprises; Margolin goes from an image of soft tomatoes to a statement: “If I am punished, I am free from evil.” When the track gives way to a piano breakdown like Coldplay’s “Clocks,” it seems like the pressure might evaporate with it. But at the end of the song, Margolin raises her voice higher to sing about emptying the filth from her heart: “I said it was clear but I know it wasn’t.” This is not a defeat, but a reminder that self-deception can poison any attempt at change.

Getting it wrong requires you to at least know which direction you’re trying to go, and in these songs Margolin usually doesn’t. This condition propels the humor of her writing as she drives out ever greater contradictions within herself. On “U Can Be Happy If U Want To,” she details how her skin, head, and voice are glued to someone else’s, backed by a single proclamation: “I don’t need nothing.” His request complicates when you consider the previous track “Rotten”, which ends with the admission “I’m afraid to take what I need”. Sometimes she layers contrasting exhortations with doubts in the space of a single track. “Jealousy”, lame and dark like the disturbing black rock of Portishead, reproduces the confused state of mind that jealousy produces. “Nothing makes me as sad as you,” she sings, before immediately resuming: “Nothing makes me sad”. Margolin knows that life is not confusing just because it is difficult to determine what is right and what is wrong, but because several contrasting truths can exist within you at the same time.

According to press documents, a chance encounter with a collage by British-Argentine visual artist Eileen Agar inspired the title of the record. Hagar’s works consist of startling unions of the weird and the playful, much like the music of Porridge Radio, present when the band uses an anthem-like synth line to lead into a lyric about the expulsion of a burst (“Splintered”) or spins a simple confession. of volcanic heartache with a guitar solo (“The Rip”). In their embrace of the absurd and the surreal, the band resembles fellow British rock experimenters Dry Cleaning, whose lead singer Florence Shaw draws pathos and humor from the collisions of found texts and often inscrutable observations of the world. which surrounds it. While Shaw impassive the detritus of life, Margolin screams the mundane events that fill the day on spiral vertigo. “A fear of death, a fear of dying / Why doesn’t the dog pick up the stick?” she spits on “Birthday Party”. It often seems that Margolin’s ragged voice and the phrases she repeats on almost every track are all that ties her to the physical world. This is a high stakes game; repeat a word or phrase one too many times and it could completely lose its meaning.

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Trying to make sense of the incomprehensible, Water slide, diving board, ladder to the sky works similarly to elegy, a poetic genre whose lack of fixed form or structure attempts to accommodate the variability of grief and the seeming impossibility of death. “Back To The Radio” reminds me of “Funeral Blues”, a famous elegy by British-American poet WH Auden. “Stop all the clocks, cut the phone, / Stop the dog from barking with a juicy bone,” the narrator asks in the first lines of this poem, also calling for good environmental conditions to consider the death of his loved one. “Silence the pianos and with a deaf drum / Take out the coffin, let the mourners come.” Although Margolin’s call to close a house and lie on the ground is not the same as asking the entire planet to shut up, it contains a similar ambition to find time and space. to understand everything. And throughout the record, she points out a lot of things that she needs to understand: what it means to want; whether moving forward is possible; if Porridge Radio deserves the success it has found. It’ll take more than one record to get there, and until then, at least Porridge Radio is ready to talk about it.

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British police conclude investigation into Johnson’s ‘partygate’ scandal https://937thewave.com/british-police-conclude-investigation-into-johnsons-partygate-scandal/ Thu, 19 May 2022 13:06:59 +0000 https://937thewave.com/british-police-conclude-investigation-into-johnsons-partygate-scandal/ By SYLVIA HUI Associated PressLONDON (AP) — Britain’s Metropolitan Police said it had concluded its investigation into breaches of COVID-19 regulations at British government offices, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official residence, and issued a total of 126 fines. .Police said on Thursday they had issued fixed fine notices to 53 men and 73 women […]]]>

By SYLVIA HUI Associated Press
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Metropolitan Police said it had concluded its investigation into breaches of COVID-19 regulations at British government offices, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official residence, and issued a total of 126 fines. .
Police said on Thursday they had issued fixed fine notices to 53 men and 73 women for rallies that took place on eight dates between May 2020, at the height of the first wave of the pandemic in the UK, and April 2021. Some people received multiple fines.
The scandal, dubbed “partygate” by the media, was a blow to Johnson’s leadership.
The conclusion of the police investigation means the results of a separate investigation by senior civil servant Sue Gray can now be released. Government officials say the Gray report, which is being closely watched as it censors Johnson and his Conservative government, will be released as soon as possible, although unlikely before next week.
Johnson apologized last month after revealing he was among dozens of people who paid a police fine for attending parties and gatherings breaking the lockdown. It made him the first British leader to be sanctioned for breaking the law while in office.
Revelations that Johnson and other senior officials gathered illegally in government buildings – including taking advantage of “wine hour Fridays” allegedly hosted by Johnson staff – at a time when millions people in the country have complied with the government’s strict lockdown restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 have angered voters and sparked calls for Johnson to resign.
Johnson’s spokesman said Thursday he would not receive any more fines on top of the one he has already paid.
“The Met have confirmed that they are taking no further action” against the prime minister, spokesman Max Blain said.
Police are not identifying those who were fined, but Treasury chief Rishi Sunak, as well as Johnson’s wife Carrie, said they were among those fined with Johnson for attending at a birthday party for the Prime Minister in June 2020.
Johnson repeatedly apologized but denied knowingly breaking the rules. He insisted it “didn’t occur to him” that the gathering in his office, which he said lasted less than 10 minutes, was a party.
Opposition parties reiterated their calls for Johnson’s resignation and said the Gray report should be released without delay.
Keir Starmer, leader of the opposition Labor Party, said there could be “no other hiding places” for Johnson for “industrial-scale breaches” on government sites.
“It reflects a culture and the Prime Minister defines the culture,” he said.
Starmer himself is facing a police investigation into his own conduct during the pandemic – he admitted drinking a beer and curry to go with colleagues in April 2021, when the UK was under restrictions on coronavirus. Starmer insisted the meal was part of a workday and didn’t break any rules.
The COVID-19 group Bereaved Families for Justice has called the police fines a “terrible insult” to anyone who has lost loved ones during the pandemic.
“The cost of almost half a million pounds of this investigation could have been spent on bereavement support services. Instead, it was spent investigating our own government, and all because they lied and didn’t admit they had broken the law,” said Safiah Ngah, who lost her father. due to the virus in February 2021.
More than 177,000 people have died in Britain after testing positive for coronavirus, the highest toll in Europe after Russia.
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Huskers take on Oral Roberts in Tuesday Night Tilt https://937thewave.com/huskers-take-on-oral-roberts-in-tuesday-night-tilt/ Tue, 17 May 2022 01:57:02 +0000 https://937thewave.com/huskers-take-on-oral-roberts-in-tuesday-night-tilt/ History links NEBRASKA vs. ORAL ROBERTS May 17, 2022 Field of Falcons | Lincoln, Neb. Tuesday, May 17 – 6:35 p.m. Launch : RHP Dawson McCarville (3-5) v RHP AJ Archambo (5-1) Television/Broadcast: B1G+ Radio: Huskers Radio Network – Lincoln (1400 AM), Omaha (590 AM), Huskers.com, Huskers App Nebraska hosts […]]]>

NEBRASKA vs. ORAL ROBERTS

May 17, 2022
Field of Falcons | Lincoln, Neb.

Tuesday, May 17 – 6:35 p.m.
Launch : RHP Dawson McCarville (3-5) v RHP AJ Archambo (5-1)
Television/Broadcast: B1G+
Radio: Huskers Radio Network – Lincoln (1400 AM), Omaha (590 AM), Huskers.com, Huskers App

Nebraska hosts Oral Roberts at Hawks Field, as the Huskers play their final midweek non-conference game of the season against the Golden Eagles on Tuesday, May 17 in Lincoln.

The first pitch between Nebraska and Oral Roberts is scheduled for 6:35 p.m. Tuesday night.

Tuesday night’s game will be broadcast live on B1G+. Fans can also listen Greg Sharp and Ben McLaughlin call all the action on the Huskers Radio Network. Tuesday night’s game will air on KLIN (1400 AM) in Lincoln and KXSP (590 AM) in Omaha. Every game from this season can be streamed for free on Huskers.com and the official Nebraska Huskers app for iOS and Android devices.


Quick shots
Garrett Anglim hitting .302 with 10 doubles, four triples, three home runs and 27 RBIs this season.
Griffon Everitt leads the Husker offense with 12 doubles and 38 RBIs this season, while second on the team with seven homers.
cam chick and Max Anderson are tied for a team record eight homers this season, followed by six homers per Brice Matthews and Colby Gomes.
• Gomes has batted .304 with three doubles, six home runs, 18 RBIs and 13 runs in 24 games this season.
Emmet Olson ranks third in the Big Ten with a 2.75 ERA in 18 appearances this season, including seven starts.
Braxton–Bragg has a team-high five saves this season with 35 strikeouts and just seven walks in 32 innings.
Koty Frank is a perfect 4-0 with a 3.95 ERA and 67 strikeouts this season. Frank has totaled 57 innings in 13 total appearances, including seven starts.
• As a team, Nebraska is hitting .245 with 395 hits, 71 doubles, 13 triples, 44 home runs and 284 runs.
• The Husker pitching staff has a team ERA of 4.71, while giving up 278 runs, 221 earned and striking out 403 in 422 innings.



Scouting of the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles
• Oral Roberts enters Tuesday night’s midweek game 33-16 overall and 15-6 in the Summit League after winning two of three games in Omaha last weekend.
• Jackson Loftin is hitting .345 at the plate with 12 doubles, two triples, eight home runs and 45 RBIs in 49 starts this season. Caleb Denny hit a team-best nine homers and 51 RBIs while tallying 17 doubles and 53 runs this season. Mac McCroskey is third on the team with a .319 batting average, followed by Holden Breeze (.318) and Joshua Cox (.314)
• AJ Archambo is 5-1 this season in 14 appearances this term, including six starts. Archambo had a 5.18 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 48.2 innings of work.
• As a team, Illinois is averaging .291 with 463 hits, 97 doubles, eight triples, 44 homers and 322 runs in 45 games.
• The Golden Eagle pitching staff has a team ERA of 3.83, while allowing 213 runs, 182 earned and striking out 449 in 428 innings.
• Head Coach Ryan Folmar is in his 10th season at Oral Roberts, posting a 314-206 record at the helm of the Golden Eagle program.



The series
• Nebraska and Oral Roberts have faced each other 37 times on the diamond, with the Golden Eagles holding a 21-16 lead in the all-time series.
• The two teams shared two midweek games in Tulsa on March 20 and 21, 2018.
• Nebraska last faced Oral Roberts at Lincoln in the 2008 playoffs, where the Golden Eagles eliminated the Huskers in the Lincoln Regional with an 8-0 win.

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Paul and Vasilevskiy help Lightning defeat Leafs in Game 7 https://937thewave.com/paul-and-vasilevskiy-help-lightning-defeat-leafs-in-game-7/ Sun, 15 May 2022 02:00:29 +0000 https://937thewave.com/paul-and-vasilevskiy-help-lightning-defeat-leafs-in-game-7/ At no time in the first six games of the first round did the Lightning hold a series lead. But when it mattered most, in a win-win Game 7 on Saturday, Tampa Bay delivered. A pair of goals from Nick Paul and 30 saves from Andrei Vasilevsky led the Bolts to a decisive 2-1 win […]]]>

At no time in the first six games of the first round did the Lightning hold a series lead. But when it mattered most, in a win-win Game 7 on Saturday, Tampa Bay delivered.

A pair of goals from Nick Paul and 30 saves from Andrei Vasilevsky led the Bolts to a decisive 2-1 win over the Maple Leafs at Scotiabank Arena.

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Paul scored in the first to put the Lightning ahead and scored the winner at 16:32 of the second period.

Vasilevskiy played brilliantly all night, but was at his best in the third period. Vasilevskiy stopped all 17 shots the Leafs threw in the third to back up the win.

Next up for the Bolts is a second-round game against the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Panthers. Tampa Bay will begin this series on the road for Games 1 and 2.

Scoring Summary
1st Period
TBL 1, TOR 0
18:24 Nick Paul (1) – Ross Colton
Immediately after Mark Giordano’s 2-on-1 shot was deflected wide, the Bolts quickly went in the opposite direction on a strange man run. Ross Colton’s initial one-timer was partially blocked but still reached Jack Campbell, forcing him into an awkward pad save. Nick Paul continued to drive towards the net, beating Morgan Rielly on the rebound and driving him home for the game’s opening count.

2nd Period
TBL 1, TOR 1
13:25 Morgan Rielly (3) – Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner
Morgan Rielly jumped on the rush to score the tying goal at 13:25 of the second period. The Leafs sent the puck to Rielly on the right wing in the middle of the ice, and he fired a shot upstairs on Andrei Vasilevsky to level the game to one.

TBL 2, TOR 1
16:32 Nick Paul (2) – Unassisted
Going down the back wall, Alex Killorn collided with Jake Muzzin, knocking him out of the game and opening space for Paul to pounce on the puck inside the blue line. Paul fought his way to the slot and beat Campbell to put the Bolts back in front late in the second.

3rd period
No score

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Griner’s detention of WNBA in Moscow extended for a month https://937thewave.com/griners-detention-of-wnba-in-moscow-extended-for-a-month/ Fri, 13 May 2022 17:55:41 +0000 https://937thewave.com/griners-detention-of-wnba-in-moscow-extended-for-a-month/ MOSCOW (AP) — WNBA star Brittney Griner had her pretrial detention in Russia extended by a month on Friday, her lawyer said.Alexander Boykov told The Associated Press he believed the relatively short extension indicated Griner’s case would soon be tried. The 31-year-old American basketball player has been in police custody for almost three months.Griner, a […]]]>

MOSCOW (AP) — WNBA star Brittney Griner had her pretrial detention in Russia extended by a month on Friday, her lawyer said.
Alexander Boykov told The Associated Press he believed the relatively short extension indicated Griner’s case would soon be tried. The 31-year-old American basketball player has been in police custody for almost three months.
Griner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist who plays for the Phoenix Mercury, was arrested at a Moscow airport in February after vaping cartridges containing cannabis-derived oil were allegedly found in her luggage. She faces drug trafficking charges that carry a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
Griner appeared for the brief hearing in court outside Moscow in handcuffs, wearing an orange hoodie and holding his face down. She expressed “no complaints about the conditions of detention,” Boykov said.
The Biden administration says Griner is being wrongfully detained. The WNBA and US officials worked on his release, with no visible progress.
“Today’s news about Brittney Griner was not unexpected, and the WNBA continues to work with the U.S. government to bring BG home safely and as soon as possible,” the basketball league said. in a press release.
State Department spokesman Ned Price said diplomats from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow spoke with Griner on Friday and said she is “doing as well as possible under these circumstances. “.
Russian officials have described Griner’s case as a criminal offense without making any political associations. But Moscow’s war in Ukraine has taken US-Russian relations to the lowest level since the Cold War.
Despite the tension, Russia and the US carried out an unexpected prisoner swap last month – swapping former Marine Trevor Reed for Konstantin Yaroshenko, a Russian pilot serving a 20-year federal prison sentence for conspiracy to smuggle cocaine into the United States.
Although the United States does not generally accept such exchanges, it reached the agreement in part because Yaroshenko had already served a long part of his sentence.
The Russians may see Griner as someone who could feature in another such exchange.
Last week, the State Department said it now considers Griner wrongfully detained, a classification change that suggests the US government will be more active in trying to secure her release even as the court case unfolds. unfolds.
The change in status places his case under the responsibility of the department’s special presidential envoy for hostage affairs, who is responsible for negotiating the release of hostages and Americans deemed wrongfully detained.
A center headed by Bill Richardson, the former US ambassador to the United Nations who helped secure the release of several hostages and detainees, including Reed, is also working on the case.
It’s not entirely clear why the US government, which for weeks had been more circumspect in its approach, reclassified Griner as a wrongful detainee. But under federal law, there are a number of factors that go into such a characterization, including whether the detention is based on being an American or whether the detainee was denied due process.
Besides Griner, another American considered wrongfully detained in Russia is Paul Whelan, a corporate security official from Michigan. Whelan was arrested in December 2018 while visiting a friend’s wedding and later sentenced to 16 years in prison on espionage-related charges his family said were bogus.

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Frankie Ann Weaver, 87 from Powell – WYSH AM 1380 https://937thewave.com/frankie-ann-weaver-87-from-powell-wysh-am-1380/ Wed, 11 May 2022 09:03:08 +0000 https://937thewave.com/frankie-ann-weaver-87-from-powell-wysh-am-1380/ Frankie Ann Weaver, 87 of Powell, died Saturday, May 7, 2022 at her home. She was born on August 31, 1934 to the late William Jennings Lay and Cora Lee Thompson Lay in Scott County. She attended Fratersville Baptist Church when she was younger. She enjoyed gardening, camping, and getting out on the water when […]]]>

Frankie Ann Weaver, 87 of Powell, died Saturday, May 7, 2022 at her home. She was born on August 31, 1934 to the late William Jennings Lay and Cora Lee Thompson Lay in Scott County. She attended Fratersville Baptist Church when she was younger. She enjoyed gardening, camping, and getting out on the water when she could. She will be remembered for caring for her husband of 71 years and raising two sons. She will be sincerely missed.

Besides her parents, she is predeceased by brothers, Dean Lay, Olan Lay, Merlan Lay; sisters, Maxine Reins, Loma Jean Phillips; daughter-in-law, Susan Weaver; grandson, Brad Bunch; granddaughter, Michelle Lynn Weaver.

She is survived by: her husband, Odis Weaver; sons, Stanley Weaver, William Lynn Weaver and wife Becky; grandchildren, William Jennings Weaver, Jody, Heather; great-grandchildren, Justin Weaver, Jacob Weaver, Zackery Weaver; and other family members and friends.

The family would like to give special thanks to UT Hospice for their compassionate care.

A celebration of life will be held at her home on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. www.holleygamble.com

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Foley Named AM Co-Host, Star 101.3/SF – RAMP – Music & Radio Pros https://937thewave.com/foley-named-am-co-host-star-101-3-sf-ramp-music-radio-pros/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:13:59 +0000 https://937thewave.com/foley-named-am-co-host-star-101-3-sf-ramp-music-radio-pros/ • iHeartMedia Hot AC KIOI (star 101.3)/San Francisco announced a morning driving change — Corey Foley will join existing wakeup host Markus D. form Marcus and Coreystarting June 3. Foley will succeed Sandy Stecwho announced she would be moving to Los Angeles to continue as the afternoon host on AC sister KOST 103.5 and focus […]]]>

• iHeartMedia Hot AC KIOI (star 101.3)/San Francisco announced a morning driving change — Corey Foley will join existing wakeup host Markus D. form Marcus and Coreystarting June 3.

Foley will succeed Sandy Stecwho announced she would be moving to Los Angeles to continue as the afternoon host on AC sister KOST 103.5 and focus on her budding acting career.

Foley recently co-hosted matinees on Alpha Media Triple A KINK/Portland. His previous experience on the big market morning shows includes stints with The Dave Ryan Show on KDWB/Minneapolis; like half of noise and thunder on KILT-FM/Houston; The Morning Monster Show on WLLD (Wild 94.1)/Tampa Bayas well as the Bay Area’s previous experience as one-third of Ken, Corey and Eddie show on old KBWF (95.7 The Wolf)/San Francisco.

“Corey is a terrific personality,” said Mark Adams, PD of Star 101.3. “She possesses the ability to fearlessly share her life experience with listeners while genuinely listening to theirs; all while being relatable and often in a way that makes you laugh out loud. These qualities, along with his background and previous experience in the Bay Area, make him an ideal choice to join Marcus and Jason in the morning for Star 101-3.

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Bucks vs. Celtics Game 3, playoff time, TV channel, live stream, radio https://937thewave.com/bucks-vs-celtics-game-3-playoff-time-tv-channel-live-stream-radio/ Sat, 07 May 2022 19:38:42 +0000 https://937thewave.com/bucks-vs-celtics-game-3-playoff-time-tv-channel-live-stream-radio/ After a long hiatus, the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics resume their best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal streak on Saturday afternoon at the Fiserv Forum. Here’s what you need to know about Game 3. What time are the Milwaukee Bucks playing today against the Celtics? Tipping is at 2:30 p.m. What TV channel is the Bucks […]]]>

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