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Located in Indian Trail, NC, our mission is to love and lead everyone we meet into an everyday walk with Christ. We believe our mission is best accomplished through Focused Outreach, Biblical Truth, Christ-Centered Worship and Intentional Care. Our prayer and hope is for Transformed Lives. A person transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ walks obediently, worships passionately and witnesses consistently. Our Senior Pastor is Dr. Mike Whitson. Learn more about our church, our mission, and m ...
 
Dr. History's audio stories of the Old West. Stories of Cowboys, Indians, Mountain men, pioneers, the Oregon Trail, miners, cattle drives, stagecoach and bank robbers, the cavalry, outlaws and lawmen, some famous and some you have never heard of. From the Custer Battlefield to the Klondike to Indian battles to buried treasure and lost mines to the early explorers. I love telling true stories that shaped the old west.
 
Welcome to Wild West podcast where fact and legend merge. The Wild West Podcast presents the true accounts of individuals, who settled in a town built out of hunger for money, regulated by fast guns, who walked on both sides of the law, patrolling, investing in and regulating the brothels, saloons and gambling houses. These are stories of the men who made the history of the Old West come alive - bringing with them the birth of legends, brought to order by a six-gun and laid to rest with thei ...
 
Hey! Ya’eh’teh! Welcome to the “2 Rez boys, 1 war pony” Podcast show Join your hosts Anthony Bunny and Mike Bidtah As they attempt to catch their War pony and gather knowledge of our beloved homeland right here in the Navajo reservation. A place where many things happen on a daily and have great stories. They will share news, stories, and uplift the spirits with great life experiences of living on and off the Rez! All while sharing the laughter! Now let’s catch this pony! Email: 2rezboyz@gma ...
 
Our young hero and his companion plan to make their fortunes in the California gold rush. Having made their way to Missouri, they join a wagon train headed for the famed Oregon Trail, but being carefree and adventuresome young men, they are not happy relaxing by the fireside of an evening. Encounters with animals, raging rivers and "Injuns" keep them interested in their voyage, but what will the Pacific Coast hold for them? - Summary by Lynne Thompson
 
Francis Parkman (1823-1893) has been hailed as one of America's great nineteenth century historians, along with William Prescott, John Lothrop Motley, George Bancroft, and Henry Adams. He is a master of narrative history and is most known for his "The Oregon Trail" and his seven volume work on the history of the French and English in North America. "Montcalm and Wolfe", the seventh and last volume of the series, covers the conflict between England and France for supremacy in the New World fr ...
 
Self Propelled is a podcast that explores the process of choosing the road less travelled, and the secrets behind maintaining momentum and drive once the choice is made. Join host Dave Cornthwaite for stories and conversations with entrepreneurs, athletes and adventurers who need nothing more than a good idea to add fuel to that pilot light burning deep within us all.
 
Hugely popular among younger readers, White Fang by Jack London was a runaway hit when it first debuted in 1906, as a serial story in the Outing magazine. Since then it continues to enjoy immense acclaim and popularity as a coming of age allegory where a nonconformist youngster is transformed into a responsible citizen. The most appealing aspect of White Fang is that it's told from the point of view of an animal, in this case an Alaskan Husky. Like Black Beauty by Anna Sewell, White Fang als ...
 
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A catastrophic winter storm in Texas limits paint supplies and causes the Town of Gander to cut back on street line painting, Fisher’s Loft Inn in Port Rexton re-opens after sitting out 2020 due to Covid precautions, a Gander mother sings the praises of midwives, and Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission inspires an Indigenous singer and son…
 
Which gun won the West? The Hawken, Samuel Colt's pistols, the Springfield "needle gun," Winchester, Smith and Wesson, Sharps? All played their role in taming the west. The double barrel shotgun was versatile, economical, good for hunting, defense, the true workhorse of the Old West. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
From fast-food waste to old refrigerators...a Northern Peninsula man starts a Facebook group to highlight the deplorable state of litter in NL. Memorial University Folklore and Language Archive helps reunite a man with his late mom's poems, and the co-chair of the climate justice working group at the University of Waterloo criticizes NL's task forc…
 
NL's environmental industry association reacts to a status report on the province's oil and gas industry, academic says Newfoundland's Terms of Union with Canada practically left Indigenous people out of the agreement, kids' colouring sheets feature visual artists from this province as superheroes, and our "Home Hacks" expert tells us how to use up…
 
The second wave in India could have been avoided. We should not have been suffering like this. Vaccines were the answer. Ajay Shah joins Amit Varma in episode 223 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss how our thinking about vaccines was fundamentally flawed -- and what we should do now. Also discussed: why Indian healthcare is in such a mess. Also …
 
When Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins – who passed away this week – looked down on the earth from lunar orbit during those days in 1969, he saw more ice and a smaller liquid ocean than you would see today. Of the 200,000 glaciers outside of the polar and Greenland ice sheets, their melting in the last two decades accounts for about a fifth of th…
 
New NL Indigenous tourism association says it will face hurdles because of government cutbacks to its federal counterpart, organization that supports survivors of sexual violence offers help in navigating the legal system in the province, founder of Atlanti-con has sold the sci-fi convention, and a Grade 12 student from Musgrave Harbour will be goi…
 
When Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins – who passed away this week – looked down on the earth from lunar orbit during those days in 1969, he saw more ice and a smaller liquid ocean than you would see today. Of the 200,000 glaciers outside of the polar and Greenland ice sheets, their melting in the last two decades accounts for about a fifth of th…
 
18-billion dollars for Indigenous communities sounds like a lot of money, but Anishinaabe author Riley Yesno says it may not go as far as you may think. A new Team Rubicon disaster response group is being set up in NL, and it's looking for volunteers. And the Tales Tunes Festival is returning to Norris Point in May.…
 
Pandemic restrictions have increased wait times for surgeries in NL and taken a toll on patients, an expert on the Beothuk people says the proposed name for Red Indian Lake is not the right way to honour them, a farm built by a father and son on Fogo Island helps increase food security, and a sweet, little baby goat raises the spirits of seniors' h…
 
The purpose of this podcast is to tell the story of Bill Tilghman, and his Buffalo Days. Tilghman was among the first white men to locate a buffalo hunting camp on the extreme southwestern border of Barbour County, Kansas. The camp was only a few miles north of the boundary line between Kansas and the Indian Territory. An Indian uprising lasting mo…
 
Marshall Alvord and his gang successfully robbed a train, his next train robbery failed landing him in jail. He escaped and headed to Mexico. He helped capture outlaw Augustine Chacon. Jailed after another robbery, he spent two years in prison. He died from yellow fever in Barbados. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoic…
 
Point Leamington is located on the shore of Southwest Arm, which extends towards Notre Dame Bay on Newfoundland's Northeast Coast. A better description of where it is? If you're on the highway, turn down by Botwood, keep going, and you'll get there! Raymond Cooper has lived in Point Leamington his whole life, and he's a bit of a history buff.…
 
NL's government is planning to rename Red Indian Lake near Buchans, but an applicant to the Qalipu First Nation band says the proposed Mi'kmaw name is usurping the Beothuck language. A Memorial University immunologist talks about his research on COVID immunity, the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is planning to expand the Gorge Park, and an educator te…
 
Join the two rez boyz as they discuss the Domestic violence happening in the native country and give their thoughts on the much abuse happening on native land. also,` we touch on the tragic events of the MMIW we do hope you the best in finding your way home and also to have a loving life of happiness. thank you. Email: 2rezboyz@gmail.com Special Gu…
 
The province is changing the name of Red Indian Lake, in the name of reconciliation but it's having the opposite effect; carrying liability insurance could reduce police violence; they're sisters who share everything including breastfeeding duties; and 11-year-old Carter Burton needed an assist to make his hockey dreams come true.…
 
Trained as a medical doctor, Nandita Iyer has blazed a trail in the last 15 years creating content about food in media as diverse as blogs, Instagram, YouTube and even good old-fashioned columns and books. She joins Amit Varma in episode 222 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss her journey in food, what we can learn from our grandparents and the f…
 
As Covid cases surge almost beyond belief in India, how much is to do with social distancing, and how much to do with the mutations to the original virus?Ramanan Laxminarayan talks to Roland from Delhi about ways in which the huge second wave could and could not have been predicted and avoided. Suggestions of the latest variant to make the headline…
 
As Covid cases surge almost beyond belief in India, how much is to do with social distancing, and how much to do with the mutations to the original virus?Ramanan Laxminarayan talks to Roland from Delhi about ways in which the huge second wave could and could not have been predicted and avoided. Suggestions of the latest variant to make the headline…
 
A Corner Brook family is reeling from a home invasion that happened in the middle of the day, and a specialist on healthy weight dispels some myths and misunderstanding about weight loss. The task force on redesigning NL's health care system gives a progress report, while another task force - trying to help find affordable housing for families and …
 
School District official responds to criticism from high school students about the in-class/online learning system. Nurses' union understands NL's offer to send medical personnel to Ontario to combat Covid-19, but says government needs to deal with a nursing shortage here. Living-wage advocacy group in NL weighs in on Ottawa's plan to increase the …
 
Partners Arnold and Slack showed investors a sack of diamonds they "claimed" they found. They led a group to Wyoming where they had "salted" a small area with uncut diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires. Geologist Clarence King, a government surveyor exposed the hoax as "utterly valueless" and "unparalleled fraud." Learn more about your ad choic…
 
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