Weekly podcast aimed at helping employers improve workplace safety, wellness & more!
Garage Logic is the seat of Gumption County, down the road from Diversityville, but not as far as Liberal Lakes. It's a place where common sense prevails, the 2-car garage is revered and cigar smoking is allowed (and lawyers aren't).
A podcast for Arlington County (VA) government employees by employees. Join us as we interview Arlington County employees about various topics and how it impacts you and your career at Arlington County!
East Bay political discourse will never be the same! Political reporter Steve Tavares and Alameda County insider Shawn Wilson provide insights, dish the scoop, while also detailing the lighter side of Alameda County, state, and national political scene.
New ideas and insights about the world around us. From RTÉ in co-operation with Irish universities and the Irish Research Council.
Welcome to Talent Magnet- brought to you by Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, the podcast where we help businesses become talent magnets by focusing on recruitment, training, and retention best practices. Your hosts are Michele Winn and Sytease Geib from the Thurston County Chamber’s Workforce Division.
A biweekly podcast with Maryland focus and Howard County roots, exploring the policies, people, and stories that affect the state of Maryland. Each episode we’ll talk to newsmakers and everyday people in order to elevate the conversation and find out what matters most.
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GEM stands for 'Going the Extra Mile'; we help Gloucestershire people facing obstacles in getting into work find meaningful roles for themselves. We are a partnership of over 40 organisations, mainly charities, working together to support local people. The project is managed by Gloucestershire Gateway Trust on behalf of Gloucestershire County Council and funded jointly by the National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund.
The podcast for the Derbyshire County Council Children and Young Adults' Service PRISM project (Performance and Relationships Improvement via Social Media)
A local authority serving residents of Buckinghamshire
The Library Section of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council run a varied programme of literary events throughout the year. This podcast series provides an archive of some of these events and helps to extend their reach to a wider audience.
Interviews with city and county leaders -- city managers, city administrators, county managers, mayors, and council members.
In the course of sharing stories we learned that there is an entire community of very passionate and talented artists in Berks County who do not necessarily have a place to expose their work. None the less they keep pursuing their passion and creating amazing art. This should not be hidden.
Join us as we go over fun meeting ideas, news from around the Scouting world and talk shop with Scouters and non Scouters alike.
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Local News & Conversation for Mid Maryland on 930 WFMD. Featuring Tim May, Frank Mitchell & Guest.
Dún Laoghaire, South Dublin, Ireland has a remarkable literary heritage which includes James Joyce and Samuel Beckett, as well as a host of historical and contemporary authors. In recognition of this, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council held the inaugural Mountains to Sea DLR Book Festival in September 2009.
The Council On Chemical Abuse (COCA) is the single County Authority (SCA) for Berks County and in that capacity, is responsible for the planning, implementing, and evaluating Berks County's drug and alcohol services supported by public funding.
Covering Eugene - Lane County - Oregon and beyond. Music, politics, human interest and local issues relating to Eugene, Oregon.
These podcasts are for those interested in learning more about The John Birch Society.
2018 Democratic Candidate for Montgomery County Council Dalbin Osorio’s official anchor station.
A lively and informative blend of news designed to put Cape Breton listeners back in touch with their communities at the end of the workday.
A National Conversation with a Local Lens
"Pang!" is a series of audio dramas from Dan Froot & Company, based on the oral histories of families around the country who are living below the poverty line and hungering for change. Brought to you by Curious Audio, with support from Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and UCLA Council on Research.
Talk about politics, social media and a variety of topics about Howard County Maryland
Kentucky Humanities is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities in Washington, D.C. The Council is supported by the National Endowment and by private contributions. We are not a state agency, and we receive no state funds, but we are proud partners with Kentucky's cultural, heritage, arts, and tourism agencies. Why are we Telling Kentucky's Story? More than just history, by Kentucky's story we mean Kentucky's writers, inventors, judges, musicians, arch ...
A platform for #entrepreneurs, #innovators, move-makers of #African descent. Hear #stories, ideas, #experiences, & advise on breaking #barriers. 📺🎙
Seattle’s watchdog Dori Monson holds government accountable, lampoons the “Seattle Process”, and keeps tabs on how your tax dollars get spent. Increasingly rare on Seattle radio, you’ll also hear exclusive long-form interviews with Northwest icons like Pete Carroll, Duff McKagan, and John Nordstrom. Tune in weekdays noon to 3pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
This feed was created by mixing existing feeds from various sources.
Hear journalists and reporters share the stories behind some of Cincinnati's biggest news stories.
Interviews and more from The Pat Campbell Show on Talk Radio 1170 from 6AM to 9AM every weekday.
The Under the Dome team at The News & Observer present the Domecast, your source for reviews and previews of topics in state government and politics for North Carolina. You can learn more at newsobserver.com/dome.
The news through Ross-colored glasses. Dave Ross breaks down the day’s most important stories weekdays 6 to 9am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM. Smart, savvy, and sometimes a little sassy, nobody looks at the news quite like Dave.
Veteran political reporter Bill Dries breaks down the local political scene from candidates to causes and “D”s to “R”s in Memphis and Shelby County.
Episode 193: Tanya Miller of Anti-Virus Youth Education and Dawn Yoder of Global Priority Solutions, joined us on Zoom to talk about how to engage with Gen Z workers & family members. As a CEO, Dawn flipped a company's annual retention rate from 25% to 75% in one year by engaging employees better! She describes her experience starting at around 20:…
Inverness County’s new Warden, Laurie Cranton represents district 2, which includes Grand Etang, Belle Cote, and most of the Margarees.councillor Bonny MacIsaac represents district 3, which includes Dunvegan, Inverness, and Strathlorne.
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Pat Campbell talks to Daryl Simmons about the possibility of Kamala Harris becoming President, the possibility of a gun grab, and drug seizures and sheriff's departments.By Pat Campbell
Pat Campbell talks to Sen. Dahm about some proposed voter legislation (SB 32, 33 & 34) that the Tulsa World does not like. They also discuss a possible Biden-Harris gun buyback.By Pat Campbell
A Milwaukee collaboration aimed at reducing housing evictions is being launched Monday. The Rental Housing Resource Center is billed as a one-stop shop for renters and landlords who need help in providing or maintaining stable rental housing. There's currently a moratorium on evictions in the U.S. due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that ban is sched…
Pat Campbell talks to Paul Hood about Pat's appearance on Newsmax TV over the weekend, the possible effect of a Biden-Harris administration, and more.By Pat Campbell
11.24.20 Tuesday - Mother of the Year by Think HumanitiesBy Think Humanities
11.23.20 Monday - William H. Gibson by Think HumanitiesBy Think Humanities
11.27.20 Friday - Laurel County by Think HumanitiesBy Think Humanities
11.26.20 Thursday - Elvis Stahr by Think HumanitiesBy Think Humanities
11.25.20 Wednesday - Curious Find by Think HumanitiesBy Think Humanities
Here is one public figure who is not afraid to talk on the radio or talk to the citizens of Frederick County. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By 930 WFMD
One of the repercussions of the pandemic has been higher unemployment levels and a greater number of people in need of assistance. For many service agencies and institutions, volunteers have become even more invaluable in serving the mission of meeting those needs. In this week's "Washtenaw United," WEMU's David Fair spoke with Madeline Garcia from…
As Cyber Monday gets underway, the Ann Arbor Main Street Area Association is encouraging consumers to shop local.By Jorge Avellan
If you believe you were exposed to COVID-19 after attending a gathering over the Thanksgiving holiday break, you may not want to get tested right away.By Jorge Avellan
GEM - or Going the Extra Mile - is an organisation which helps people in Gloucestershire back into work. You might be unemployed, or a full-time carer, you could have health issues (physical or mental), perhaps you live in a rural area with limited resources - whatever is in your way of finding work, GEM can help you. In addition to practical suppo…
Cory handcrafts cold process soap. Cory makes his soap in Portage, where he also has a small shop front. A lot of his soaps names are inspired by Cape Breton, or the ingredients in them.
Punch and Jingles Ferments creates small batch, hand-crafted fermented veggies and drinks. In 2016, Brenna came to Cape Breton from Halifax through working with friends at Salty Roses and Periwinkle Cafe. A few years later, she moved to Sydney and started P&J full time. She sources ingredients locally through the Food Hub, and direct from farmers.…
Del. Dan Cox has filed for an injunction with the regions’s second-highest federal court, asking that court to lift restrictions on churches, businesses and others impacted by Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive orders during the coronavirus pandemic in Maryland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
In November, Chris Reykdal was re-elected to a second four-year term leading OPSI, the state’s department of K-12 education. Chris was elected in 2016 and he and his deputy, Dr. Michaela Miller, have spent much of the last four years butting heads with the current Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos on a variety of issues impacting students in Wash…
Lauren “Tula” Poindexter is a 28 year old media personality, digital lifestyle coach, and 2018 Miss Louisiana United States. Her passion is entertaining and inspiring millennials through the content she creates. https://www.tulatalks.com ► SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGo7pZSMMJHeGB5v1z9O7IQ________________________ Stuck in The Middl…
Margaret Brennan on the still-forming Biden cabinet/ the chances for another COVID aid package // Feliks Banel, All Over the Map -- the new and improved Bon Marche Star // Hanna Scott on settling back rent once the eviction moratorium ends // Hanna Scott on the WA sex ed program, becoming law next week // Dose of Kindness -- a $3000 tip See omnystu…
It's unclear how many people will go shopping during Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and the rest of the post-Thanksgiving weekend — what with COVID-19 still surging in Wisconsin. But merchants are doing what they can to attract shoppers into stores or online. The pandemic has meant tough going for several types of businesses, including resta…
Frank Murray used Gaeilge to keep diary entries secret in Japanese prisoner of war camps during the Second World WarBy RTÉ
Governor Jay Inslee on restaurant and casino COVID regulations // Hanna Scott on rising WA COVID deaths/ KingCo contact tracing // Dose of Kindness -- roasted chicken giveaway // Hanna Scott on 2021 WA legislative priorities for education // Rachel Belle on bringing leftovers through airport security See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
Kyle recently moved back to Cape Breton to start his leatherworking business. His products are handmade and named after small towns and villages found all over Cape Breton.
2PM - The Big Lead // GUEST: Mayor of Mossy Rock Randall Sasser on defying Covid lockdown // GUEST: Matthew Humphrey - owner of Steele Barber who was broken into // Awesome Audio of the Week See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Dori and crew chat Thanksgiving plans // More from Gov. Inslee's press conference // GUEST: Mike Solan - president of Police Officer's Guild on surge of violent crime in Puget Sound // Biden cabinet appointments See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
12PM - The Big Lead // GUEST: Dana Slovak - owner of Kokos Bartini who was visited by liquor board but still is defying their orders // Gov. Inslee press conference See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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We were warned about America becoming China. And snowflakes are trying to cancel a new book by Jordan Peterson. It was very festive show towards the end of the program the day before Thanksgiving. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. Here is the Jordan Pederson link we played:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44pERGAaKHw…
One of the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic has been getting resources to those who need them most. And, that includes people who’ve been quarantined, laid off, or unable to keep up with their bills. Federal funding, in the form of the CARES Act , is meant to make a dent. But in Milwaukee, there’s been frustration surrounding getting those fu…
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Hanna Scott on the latest King County community court program // Feliks Banel on the removal of the Pink Elephant sign // Hanna Scott on WA COVID hospital capacity/ WA vaccine distribution // Dose of Kindness -- reminders about thankfulness // Gee Scott on vaccine concerns // Gov. Jay Inslee on flattening the curve/ hospital capacity/ the Biden Adm…
A Milwaukee County doctor closely following the COVID-19 pandemic said Tuesday if you feel fine that doesn't necessarily mean you are fine. Dr. Ben Weston is with the Medical College of Wisconsin, and is director of medical services for the county's Office of Emergency Management. On a media call, Weston warned against taking part in large Thanksgi…
Pat Campbell talks to Jason Weiss with the Demand Project and the Tulsa County Sheriff's Child Predator Unit about how to protect your child from predators trying to reach your kids through their phone.By Pat Campbell
Across the state, around 85% of hospital beds are occupied. On Tuesday, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported more than 6,200 new cases of the coronavirus. That number is down significantly from the high of nearly 8,000 cases a week ago. Dr. John Raymond, president and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin, said everyone is looking…
Pat Campbell talks to Jim Stovall about how to practice gratitude, the Ben Shapiro book he read this morning, Jim's latest column "Learning, Teaching, and Learning," the stock market, and more.By Pat Campbell
Pat Campbell talks to Kevin Doncaster with Warhawk PTSD Service Dogs about his service dog Lacey, what service dogs do, and how you can help Warhawk.By Pat Campbell
Pat Campbell talks to Jarrin Jackson about why Jarrin believes Donald Trump will win, and we take calls.By Pat Campbell
On this very special episode of THINK HUMANITIES, host Bill Goodman is joined by Darlene Mazzone of Paducah Life Magazine to talk to Kentuckians Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, co-hosts of the Pantsuit Politics Podcast and co-authors of the book "I Think You're Wrong (But I'm Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations."THIN…