Ariana: "...sounds like they had a bit of a crazy night."
Kaylynn: "Yes they did. it seems an intoxicated male whose name is not released at this time, was picking fights with random individuals. What made it even stranger was he was standing here in this parking lot in front of the Police station when he did so. It seems by the time that dispatch realized the gentleman was just outside he had already vomited on the side of the building and was making lewd gestures at the nighttime nursing staff across the way at the hospital. He was not charged with disorderly behavior, and instead drove him back to his residence. or where his residence used to be. Shortly after leaving him at the location believing him to be sober enough to make it inside on his own, dispatch received a frantic call about a attempted break-in. it seems that the man was pounding on the Door and demanding that Someone named Frannie let him back in, and that he was sorry and that Blond didn't mean anything to him."
*Ariana and Raymond both chuckle and shake their heads*
Raymond: "Quite a pickle it seems."
Kaylynn: "By the time the Cruiser got turned around and back on the scene the man was nowhere to be found, they believe he sobered up enough finally to remember where his actual home is as there were no further incidents."
Ariana: "I'll have to make certain my license has my updated address on it. "
Raymond: "Thank you Kaylynn" *The Screen goes back to normal view at the news desk* “Dean Knopinski is still out today. Our producers have asked us to pass along that the doctors say he should make a full recovery. And the Bureau of Fish and Wildlife has issued a statement that the family of beavers involved in the incident will be transplanted to their new habitat following the outcome of the rabies tests.”
Ariana: "We certainly wish him a speedy recovery. Covering for him today is our Intern Kyler Victors reporting from Acadia National park. Kyler?"
*The View changes to said intern standing in the middle of a wooded area of the national park with a umbrella in one hand and his mic in the other*
Kyler: "Thank you Miss Ariana. Acadia national park today reported that their carriage roads and tours that usually open this time of year are closed until further notice. Due to inclimate weather and budgetary cuts at the National and state level, the roadways were deemed unsafe to take the horse-drawn carriages on after the morning sunrise ride got stuck a quarter mile into the trail and they had to bring all the passengers and drivers back by off-road vehicle. Once the ground dries out some more they will assess the situation. One of the rangers mentioned they usually have funds to lay out gravel and other materials to keep the paths from becoming a mire, but this year their budget was cut and they couldn't obtain the supplies. He suggests checking their website to see when these trails may be open again."
Raymond: "Thank you Kyler, And we will have a link to the Acadia national park website available on our own homepage. And now with a Look at if that weather is going to dry up anytime soon, Wilbert Woods. If I'm not mistaken, didn't you propose to Two of your last Three Fiances On the Acadia Carriage trails Wilbert?
Wilbert: "That's right, there's a little picnic area halfway along that the carriage stops at for a bit and you can walk around and snack. Beautiful scenery all around, One was in Spring when the Trees were blossoming, the other I did in October when the leaves were turned and falling. "
Ariana: "Sounds pretty memorable..."
Wilbert: "I thought so, not nearly as memorable as the break up, however, but at least the proposal didn't leave a scar like the last one. On to the weather, Today we have scattered showers across the bay area with A light bit of Fog that should fade out before noon, it'll only be in low areas that it'll linger past nine. With temperatures getting back up into the Mid to upper seventies starting at around eleven and on into the afternoon. Occasional clouds and light winds will keep us nice and warm till after sunset, that's when this cold front will push into the area and the temperatures will drop into the mid fifties overnight. More fog expected Sunday morning as the temperature stays cool and slowly climbs up into the upper sixties peaking at possibly seventy in the Afternoon."
*The map behind him shows several advanced green and scattered yellow cloud formations moving across the display. The arrangement really looks a lot like a erect penis moving across the area, and with the usual "difficulties" Wilbert has with the graphics worker, it's hard to tell if that's intentional or just the way mother nature has it.*
Wilbert: "Sunday evening the clouds intensify and will most likely turn into thunderstorms around sunset, those thunderstorms will linger over night and heading into Monday morning, the temperature though, thankfully, lingers in the Mid Sixties going into Monday morning. Those Thunderstorms will break in the morning and become light rain during the early part of Monday, the cloud cover sticks around keeping things overcast, though the rain becomes intermittent in the afternoon scattered here and there around the bay area. The Temperature Lingering around Seventy two for a high At around Three Pm on Monday.
Wilbert: "Overnight Monday those rain showers continue to linger, going into Tuesday where around eleven they finally calm down, but the Clouds remain which will push the temperature up into the mid Seventies during the daylight hours as the rain rolls on out and near the End of Tuesday we should see some sunshine and only a few clouds with moderate winds. Overnight the temperature would drop back into the Upper Sixties. So it doesn't seem like it's going to dry out on us any time soon, but at least it's not getting back to Frigid temperatures.
Raymond: “Sounds like some more of the same lovely days with some imported rain from Seattle Wil.” *He adjusts his seat to face Camera 1* “And now We go to Jeannie Webb At the local High School where the Beacons are hosting the Spring open. Jeannie.”
*The camera cuts to the morning hour expanse of a track and field event with several teams of youth stretching, jogging and otherwise preparing for the events. Wisps of Fog still drift here and there about the field making it look a little eerie. Standing in the forefront is Jeannie Webb wearing her usual headband and light green tracksuit.*
Jeannie: “Thanks Ray. As you can see the teams are getting warmed up and ready to compete for the Spring open rally. Thirty high Schools from along the Northeast have traveled here this weekend to compete including my old Alma-matter! Right now they are waiting for the fog to clear out so they can begin the events. With the Bay Island Sailing team coming in ninth yesterday in the O’Day Qualifier race the Beacons are looking to build on that momentum and come out on top as well. The meet runs all day and unless there’s thunder or heavy rain there shouldn’t be any delays, and I’ll keep you updated as the competition progresses. If you are in the area come on down and cheer on the beacons. I, however, kind of hope the Fieldmice do well also. From Island High-School, This has been Jeannie Webb.”
*The camera cuts back to Focus on Ariana at the News Desk*
Ariana: "The Island housing Symposium will be hosted by Island Housing Trust at Marine Auditorium at the BA Biological laboratory Next Wednesday from Three to Nine PM. The symposium will bring in experts to share their experiences in addressing their communities’ housing challenges. Which were already an issue before the most recent storm, but should be addressed even more-so now after such widespread damage. Local residents are encouraged to attend. "
*The camera moves to focus on Raymond as he smiles*
Raymond: "For those unable to attend we will most likely have someone covering and a summary report available afterwards. Also coming up, Eight Townships and Villages in the bay area have candidates nights available to meet the potential new Selectmen for their councils. The Election for the Selectmen boards is upcoming for all these locations, and voters are encouraged to come out and meet those running in person. Many will have Question and answer sessions after a meet and greet and speech by said candidates. Those selected, we remind you the public, will be the first council to vote on the September Financial Budget for their communities and Several of those communities have fairly important tax levies on the agenda."
Ariana: “After the break, meet the man who is turning windmills into artwork and just how much of your electricity bills these pieces can save you. Also seven local students arrested at the hospital for trying to smoke a mixture of pine resin and Banana Peels? What were they thinking? All that and more after these messages.”
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