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We All Need Each Other
Episode 22 - PASTORING IN TUMULTUOUS TIMES with Dr. Theo Williams & Adam Sharp

We All Need Each Other

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 63:38


The last several years have been difficult on all of us, and pastors have carried a particular burden during those years. Two local pastors, Dr. Theo Williams of Covenant Community Church in South Bend and Adam Sharp of St. Mark Missionary Church in Mishawaka, stepped into lead roles at their respective churches within the last few years. Their insights about these tumultuous times we're living in are very helpful as we consider the current state and future outlook of the Church. Find complete show notes and a link to the video of this episode at transformation58.com/podcast

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Cavemen Corner 11-14-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 30:32


Cavemen Corner looks ahead to next week's season opener for the Mishawaka boys' basketball team, with a chat featuring head coach Bode Bender and student-athletes Brady Fisher, Rasauun Johnson, and Cooper Pritchett.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs Snider 11-11-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 132:53


Mishawaka battles Snider in the Class 5A Regional round.

The Indiana Runner Podcast
Interview #10 - Anna Rohrer

The Indiana Runner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 66:43


Graduating from Mishawaka in 2015 and Notre Dame in 2020, Anna is a 5x state champion in high school and 8x first team member in college. ----- Anna's Coaching Service: https://www.next-level-racing.com/ Book Recommendation: Endure by Alex Hutchinson Podcast Recommendations: Huberman Lab (Episodes: 12, 22, 23, 42, 55, 65) The Art of Coaching (Episode: 224) Building Championship Mindsets ----- 0:00 – Intro 1:42 – Interview Starts 2:11 – Tier Talk 6:10 – Beginnings in the Sport 11:38 – Transition to High School 12:46 – High School Training 15:15 – High School Injuries 17:24 – Sophomore Jump 19:28 – Favorite High School Accomplishments & Goals 24:22 – Running in Northern Indiana 27:03 – Choosing Notre Dame 28:52 – Loving Running & Transition to College 32:18 – Favorite College Accomplishments 34:15 – Lows of College Running 36:30 – Battling and managing a back injury 44:23 – Planning for life after college 46:55 – Choosing Boston Athletic Association 48:44 – Experience with BAA 52:45 – Potentially running professionally again 53:45 – Life after pro running 56:15 – Neuroscience, Performance, and Coaching 58:10 – Recommended Resources 1:00:16 – Coaching Service 1:01:50 – Managing Nerves 1:04:13 – Closing Thoughts

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football Coach Keith Kinder – Wednesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 68:00


Mishawaka head football coach Keith Kinder discussed the upcoming regional contest against Fort Wayne Snider

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football Coach Keith Kinder – Wednesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 68:00


Mishawaka head football coach Keith Kinder discussed the upcoming regional contest against Fort Wayne Snider

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs Concord 11-4-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 103:24


Mishawaka battles Concord with a Class 5A sectional title at stake in Dunlap.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs Adams 10-28-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 128:33


Mishawaka opens IHSAA Football Tournament play against South Bend Adams at Steele Stadium.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs. Wawasee 10-14-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 136:15


Mishawaka closes out regular season against Wawasee.

Pat Miller Program
Casey Hendrickson - 95.3 MNC - Mishawaka/South Bend

Pat Miller Program

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 14:48


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96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs Concord 10-7-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 121:53


Mishawaka heads to Dunlap to battle Concord.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Cavemen Corner 10-3-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:31


Jim Irizarry and Dean Huppert recap Mishawaka football's 14-6 loss to NorthWood last Friday night, plus look ahead to boys' and girls' cross country's sectional meet on Saturday.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football v NorthWood 9-30-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 105:26


Mishawaka battles NorthWood on Senior Night at Steele Stadium.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football Coach Keith Kinder – Wednesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 18:12


Mishawaka football coach Keith Kinder joined Darin on Wednesday’s Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat to discuss #1 Mishawaka facing #5 Northwood Friday night.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat – Wednesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 18:12


On Wednesday’s Weekday Sportsbeat on 960am WSBT, is the Big Ten ready to gobble up more of the Pac 12 conference?  Plus who are the Irish’s biggest standouts through four games, Mishawaka football coach Keith Kinder previews

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football Coach Keith Kinder – Wednesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 18:12


Mishawaka football coach Keith Kinder joined Darin on Wednesday's Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat to discuss #1 Mishawaka facing #5 Northwood Friday night.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat – Wednesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 18:12


On Wednesday's Weekday Sportsbeat on 960am WSBT, is the Big Ten ready to gobble up more of the Pac 12 conference?  Plus who are the Irish's biggest standouts through four games, Mishawaka football coach Keith Kinder previews

Goshen News Sports Podcast
S4E11: NorthWood-Mishawaka preview + soccer/tennis sectional pairings

Goshen News Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 65:00


After sharing thoughts and prayers for former Bethany Christian teacher Pete Shetler and those about to feel the impact of Hurricane Ian, Austin and Evan dive deep into the week's biggest prep sports news. Topics include: -A preview of the NorthWood-Mishawaka football showdown this week (3:40-24:50) -A look at the boys soccer (24:50-36:45), girls soccer (36:45-46:40) and boys tennis (46:40-54:40) sectional pairings that were released this past week. -Quick notes on the girls golf season ending for our area, plus volleyball and XC updates (54:40-59:00) -Maple Leaf Minute with Colin Echols (59:00-1:00:33) -Notre Dame football improving to 2-2 on the season (1:00:33-end)

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Cavemen Corner 9-26-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 37:16


Jim Irizarry and Dean Huppert look ahead to Friday's key match-up for Mishawaka football against NorthWood, plus a look ahead to Mishawaka girls' soccer's final week of the regular season and the start of the sectional playoffs.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football v Warsaw 9-23-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 123:28


Mishawaka battles Warsaw, looking to improve to 6-0 on the season.

Indiana Sports Talk Podcast
10:00 – 11:00 – Time Able, Brian Dugger, Chuck Sorrell, Kurt Darling, Greg Rakestraw, Andrew Smith, Brendan King, Tony Donahue

Indiana Sports Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 41:24


Coach Tim Able from Triton Central kicks off the first full hour of the show by talking his team's dominant 58-15 win over Cardinal Ritter. Coach Keith Kinder from Mishawaka goes over beating Warsaw 43-19. Coach Brian Dugger joins to talk his Martinsville team beating Whiteland 35-21. Chuck Sorrell, head coach of South Putnam, calls in to go over his team beating West Vigo 40-8. Coach Jason Simmons from Ben Davis talks beating Lawrence North 34-28. Coach Jake Gilbert from Westfield joins to talk his team losing a tough game to Brownsburg, 31-14. Kurt Darling from the ISC Sports Network talks to Coach Lovell about Cascade defeating North Putnam 40-21. Greg Rakestraw, also from the ISC Sports Network, joins the program to go over the Ben Davis victory. Andrew Smith from New Pal Radio talks to Coach about New Pal beating Greenfield Central 42-7. Brendan King from 107.5 the Fan calls in to talk Franklin Central beating Noblesville 21-7. Tony Donahue from Indiana SRN closes the hour out by talking Heritage Christian beating Covenant Christian 34-28.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football v Plymouth 9-16-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 95:08


Mishawaka battles Plymouth on Homecoming Night at Steele Stadium.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football v Goshen 9-9-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 91:38


Mishawaka looks to go to 4-0 on the season as they face Goshen.

Coach's Corner
Week 4 Mishawaka Penn

Coach's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:16


Steve Specht talks about his brilliant coaching finally led the Bombers to their first win of the season, how he is overlooking next weeks opponent, and decides to come up with his own segments because he is tired of his cohosts lack of imagination.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football v Northridge 9-2-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 169:08


Mishawaka battles Northridge in Northern Lakes Conference opener. Brian Miller and Matt Rendall have the call.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs St Joseph 8-26-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 109:32


Mishawaka battles St. Joseph in their 2022 home opener. The Voice of the Cavemen Sean Stires and Matt Rendall have the call.

Indiana Sports Talk Podcast
10:00 – 11:00 – Eric Quintana, Keith Kinder, Howard Kellman, John Herrick, Darrin Fisher, Coach Soyler, Greg Rakestraw, Brian Dugger, Mike Kirschner, John Montgomery, Tim Able, Coach Moore

Indiana Sports Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 43:16


Coach Eric Quintana of Roncalli talks their 17-0 over Franklin Central. Coach Keith Kinder of Mishawaka goes over the teams 30 -8 win over South Bend St. Joseph. Howard Kellman voice of the Indianapolis Indians calls in to talk the teams 9 -1 win over Rochester. John Herrick of the ISC Sports Network joins to go over Warren Central beating Detroit King 44-26. Coach Darrin Fisher of Whiteland talks his team winning 24-13 over Lawrence North. Coach Soyler of Twin Lakes calls in about his team winning 46 - 8 over South Bend Clay. Greg Rakestraw of the ISC Sports Network talks Moorseville winning 38-17 over Danville. Coach Brian Dugger of Martinsville talks winning 27 – 14 over Bloomington South. Coach Mike Kirschner of Warren Central talks winning 44 – 26 over Detroit King. John Montgomery from WNDI talks Sullivan beating South Vermillion 24-14. Coach Tim Able of Triton Central joins to talk beating New Castle 21-14. Coach Moore from Seymour discusses winning 31 – 28 over Jeffersonville.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

ShouseInTheHouse Podcast
Episode 44: Tammy Tavares talks life, change, growth and laughs along the way.

ShouseInTheHouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 70:14


I had the sheer joy & opportunity to sit down with actress and comedian, Tammy Tavares. We discussed her journey from a trailer park in Mishawaka, Indiana to Beverly Hills adjacent, including her colorful resume of strip clubs, sugar daddies and an unrealized career in hairdressing, which ultimately landed her in a stable marriage and later become the foundation for her comedy.Tammy's chaotic childhood made her well-prepared for a career in Hollywood. In addition to the 12 years she played Dr. Karen Bader on Days of Our Lives, Tammy has appeared on Two and a Half Men, Drop Dead Diva, Las Vegas, N.Y.P.D. Blue and General Hospital. Her film roles include Mike Nichols' What Planet Are You From?; Beautiful Girl with Brendan Sexton III and Fuel, which won the Grand Jury Award at the Lisbon International Film Festival and Best Experimental Film in Mexico City International Film Festival in 2007.After 20 years playing roles ranging from Doctors to Dominatrix, the stories of Tammy's white trash family roots told on the crisp, clean wool carpets of her Los Angeles condo were enough to push her to the stages of local open mics. Since then, Tammy has quenched her artistic thirst through tales of teenage parents, spending a year as a stripper hooked on Vicodin, and the toughest of all, being a wife.Tammy resides in 9021-almost with her handsome, Germanic husband, Mark and their two cream-colored chow chows Mr. Eazy & Zoey. Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Football vs. Marian 8-19-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 96:19


Mishawaka opens its 2022 season against Marian at Otolski Field. The Voice of the Cavemen Sean Stires and Jim Irizarry have the call.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka High School Football Coach Keith Kinder – Tuesday

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 16:53


Mishawaka High School football coach Keith Kinder joined Darin to preview the Cavemen season on Tuesday’s Budweiser’s Weekday Sportsbeat on 960am WSBT.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka High School Football Coach Keith Kinder – Tuesday

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 16:53


Mishawaka High School football coach Keith Kinder joined Darin to preview the Cavemen season on Tuesday's Budweiser's Weekday Sportsbeat on 960am WSBT.

Midnight Train Podcast
”Hell's Belle” Gunness, aka Lady Bluebeard, aka ”The La Porte Ghoul”

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 97:45


www.themidnighttrainpodcast.com  www.patreon.com/accidentaldads Belle Sorenson Gunness was initially born as Brynhild Paulsdatter Størseth; November 11, 1859, Selbu, Norway – April 28, 1908?, Lwas a Norwegian-Americ Standing six feet tall (183 cm) and weighing over 200 pounds (91 kg), she was a massive, physically strong woman.   Early years   Gunness' origins are a matter of some debate. Most of her biographers state that she was born on November 11, 1859, near the lake of Selbu, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway, and christened Brynhild Paulsdatter Størset. Her parents were Paul Pedersen Størset (a stonemason) and Berit Olsdatter. She was the youngest of their eight children. They lived at Størsetgjerdet, a very small cotter's farm in Innbygda, 60 km southeast of Trondheim, the largest city in central Norway (Trøndelag).   An Irish TV documentary by Anne Berit Vestby aired on September 4, 2006, tells a common, but the unverified story about Gunness' early life. The story holds that, in 1877, Gunness attended a country dance while pregnant. There she was attacked by a man who kicked her in the abdomen, causing her to miscarry the child. The man, who came from a wealthy family, was never prosecuted by the Norwegian authorities. According to people who knew her, her personality changed substantially. The man who attacked her died shortly afterward. His cause of death was said to be stomach cancer. Growing up in poverty, Gunness took to milking and herding cattle the following year on a large, wealthy farm and served there for three years to pay for a trip across the Atlantic.   Following the example of a sister, Nellie Larson, who had emigrated to America earlier, Gunness moved to the United States in 1881 and assumed a more American-style name. Initially, In Chicago, while living with her sister and brother-in-law, she worked as a domestic servant, then got a job at a butcher's shop cutting up animal carcasses until her first marriage in 1884.   First Victim   In 1884, Gunness married Mads Ditlev Anton Sorenson in Chicago, Illinois, where, two years later, they opened a candy store. The business was unsuccessful, and the shop mysteriously burned down within a year. They collected the insurance, which paid for another home.   Some researchers tend to believe that the marriage to Sorenson produced no offspring. However, Neighbors gossiped about the babies since Belle never appeared to be pregnant. Other investigators report that the couple had four children: Caroline, Axel, Myrtle, and Lucy. Caroline and Axel died in infancy, allegedly of acute colitis. The symptoms of acute colitis — nausea, fever, diarrhea, and lower abdominal pain and cramping — are also symptoms of many forms of poisoning. Caroline's and Axel's lives were reportedly insured, and the insurance company paid.   A May 7, 1908 article in The New York Times states that two children belonging to Gunness and her husband Mads Sorensen were interred in her plot in Forest Home cemetery.   On June 13, 1900, Gunness and her family were counted on the United States Census in Chicago. The census recorded her as the mother of four children; only two were living: Myrtle A., 3, and Lucy B., 1. An adopted 10-year-old girl, possibly identified as Morgan Couch but later known as Jennie Olsen, was also counted in the household.   Sorenson died on July 30, 1900, reportedly the only day on which two life insurance policies on him overlapped. Both policies were active simultaneously, as one would expire that day, and the other would begin. The first doctor to see him thought he was suffering from strychnine poisoning. However, the Sorensons' family doctor had been treating him for an enlarged heart, and he concluded that heart failure caused death. An autopsy was considered unnecessary because the death was not thought suspicious. Sorenson died of cerebral hemorrhage that day. Gunness explained he had come home with a headache, and she provided him with quinine powder for the pain; she later checked on him, and he was dead.   She applied for the insurance money the day after her husband's funeral. Sorenson's relatives claimed Gunness had poisoned her husband to collect on the insurance. Surviving records suggest that an inquest was ordered. It is unclear, however, whether that investigation actually occurred or Sorenson's body was ever exhumed to check for arsenic, as his relatives demanded. The insurance companies awarded her $8,500 (about $299,838.51 in today's dollars), with which she bought a pig farm on the outskirts of La Porte, Indiana.   Suspicion of murder   In 1901, Gunness purchased a house on McClung Road. It's been reported that both the boat and carriage houses burned to the ground shortly after she acquired the property.   As she was preparing to move from Chicago to LaPorte, she became re-acquainted with a recent widower, Peter Gunness, also Norwegian-born. They were married in LaPorte on April 1, 1902; just one week after the ceremony, Peter's infant daughter died (of uncertain causes) while alone in the house with Belle. In December 1902, Peter himself met with a "tragic accident.” According to Belle, he reached for his slippers next to the kitchen stove when he was scalded with brine. She later declared that part of a sausage-grinding machine fell from a high shelf, causing a fatal head injury. A year later, Peter's brother, Gust, took Peter's older daughter, Swanhilde, to Wisconsin. She is the only child to have survived living with Belle.   Her husband's death netted Gunness another $3,000 (some sources say $4,000). Local people refused to believe that her husband could be so clumsy; he had run a hog farm on the property and was known to be an experienced butcher; the district coroner reviewed the case and unequivocally announced that he had been murdered. He convened a coroner's jury to look into the matter. Meanwhile, Jennie Olsen, then 14, was overheard confessing to a classmate: "My mama killed my papa. She hit him with a meat cleaver and he died. Don't tell a soul."   Jennie was brought before the coroner's jury but denied having said anything. Gunness, meanwhile, convinced the coroner that she was innocent of any wrongdoing. She did not mention that she was pregnant, which would have inspired sympathy, but in May 1903, a baby boy, Phillip, joined the family. In late 1906 Belle told neighbors that her foster daughter, Jennie Olsen, had gone away to a Lutheran College in Los Angeles (some neighbors were informed that it was a finishing school for young ladies). Jennie's body would later be recovered, buried on her adoptive mother's property.   Between 1903 and 1906, Belle continued to run her farm. In 1907 Gunness employed a single farm hand, Ray Lamphere, to help with chores.   The Suitors   Around the same time, Gunness inserted the following advertisement in the matrimonial columns of all the Chicago daily newspapers and those of other large midwestern cities:   “Personal — comely widow who owns a large farm in one of the finest districts in La Porte County, Indiana, desires to make the acquaintance of a gentleman equally well provided, with view of joining fortunes. No replies by letter considered unless sender is willing to follow answer with personal visit. Triflers need not apply.”   Several middle-aged men of means responded to Gunness' ads. One of her ads was answered by a Wisconsin farmhand, Henry Gurholt. After traveling to La Porte, Gurholt wrote his family, saying that he liked the farm, was in good health, and requested that they send him seed potatoes. When they failed to hear from him, the family contacted Gunness. She told them Gurholt had gone off with horse traders to Chicago. She kept his trunk and fur overcoat.   Another one was John Moe, who arrived from Elbow Lake, Minnesota. He had brought more than $1,000 with him to pay off her mortgage, or so he told neighbors, whom Gunness introduced him to as her cousin. He disappeared from her farm within a week of his arrival.  Although no one ever saw Moe again, a carpenter who did occasional work for Gunness observed that Moe's trunk remained in her house, along with more than a dozen others.   Next came George Anderson from Tarkio, Missouri, who, like Peter Gunness and John Moe, was an immigrant from Norway.   During dinner with Anderson, she raised the issue of her mortgage. Anderson agreed that he would pay the debt off if they decided to get hitched. Late that night, Anderson awoke to see her standing over him, holding a burning, almost spent candle in her hand and with a strange, sinister expression on her face. Without uttering a word, she ran from the room. Anderson fled from the house, soon taking a train to Missouri.   The suitors kept coming, but none of them, except for Anderson, ever left the Gunness farm. By this time, she had begun ordering massive trunks to be delivered to her home. Hack driver Clyde Sturgis delivered many of these trunks to her from La Porte. He later remarked how the heavyset woman would lift these enormous trunks "like boxes of marshmallows,” tossing them onto her broad shoulders and carrying them into the house. She kept the shutters of her house closed day and night; farmers traveling past the dwelling at night saw her digging in the hog pen.   Ole B. Budsberg, an elderly widower from Iola, Wisconsin, showed up next. He was last seen alive at the La Porte Savings Bank on April 6, 1907, when he mortgaged his Wisconsin land, signing a deed and obtaining several thousand dollars in cash. Ole B. Budsberg's sons, Oscar and Mathew Budsberg, had no idea that their father had gone off to visit Gunness. When they finally discovered his destination, they wrote to her; she promptly responded, saying she had never seen their father.   Several other middle-aged men appeared and disappeared in brief visits to the Gunness farm throughout 1907. Then, in December 1907, Andrew Helgelien, a bachelor farmer from Aberdeen, South Dakota, wrote to her and Belle was all about it. The pair exchanged many letters until a letter came that overwhelmed Helgelien, written in Gunness' careful handwriting and dated January 13, 1908. This letter was later found at the Helgelien farm. It read:   “To the Dearest Friend in the World: No woman in the world is happier than I am. I know that you are now to come to me and be my own. I can tell from your letters that you are the man I want. It does not take one long to tell when to like a person, and you I like better than anyone in the world, I know. Think how we will enjoy each other's company. You, the sweetest man in the whole world. We will be all alone with each other. Can you conceive of anything nicer? I think of you constantly. When I hear your name mentioned, and this is when one of the dear children speaks of you, or I hear myself humming it with the words of an old love song, it is beautiful music to my ears. My heart beats in wild rapture for you, My Andrew, I love you. Come prepared to stay forever.”   Yikes….   In response to her letter, Helgelien flew to her side in January 1908. He arrived with a check for $2,900, the entire savings he had drawn from his local bank. A few days after Helgelien arrived, he and Gunness appeared at the Savings Bank in La Porte and deposited the check. Helgelien vanished a few days later, but Gunness appeared at the Savings Bank to make a $500 deposit and another deposit of $700 in the State Bank. At this time, she started to have problems with her farmhand, Ray Lamphere.   In March 1908, Gunness sent several letters to a farmer and horse dealer in Topeka, Kansas named Lon Townsend, inviting him to visit her; he decided to put off the visit until spring and thus did not see her before a fire at her farm. Gunness was also in correspondence with a man from Arkansas and sent him a letter dated May 4, 1908. He would have visited her, but didn't because of the fire at her farm. Gunness allegedly promised marriage to a suitor Bert Albert, which did not go through because of his lack of wealth.   Turning Point   The hired hand Ray Lamphere was deeply in love with Gunness; he performed any chore for her, no matter how gruesome. He became jealous of the many men who arrived to court his employer and began making scenes. She fired him on February 3, 1908. Shortly after dispensing with Lamphere, she presented herself at the La Porte courthouse. She declared that her former employee was not in his right mind and was a menace to the public. She somehow convinced local authorities to hold a sanity hearing. Lamphere was pronounced sane and released. Gunness was back a few days later to complain to the sheriff that Lamphere had visited her farm and argued with her. She contended that he threatened her family and had Lamphere arrested for trespassing.   Lamphere returned again and again to see her, but she told him to kick rocks each time. Lamphere made thinly disguised threats. Like on one occasion, he confided to farmer William Slater, "Helgelien won't bother me no more. We fixed him for keeps." Helgelien had long since disappeared from the area, or so it was believed. However, his brother, Asle Helgelien, was disturbed when Andrew failed to return home and he wrote to Belle in Indiana, asking her about his sibling's whereabouts. Gunness wrote back, telling Asle Helgelien that his brother was not at her farm and probably went to Norway to visit relatives. Asle Helgelien said he did not believe his brother would do that. He believed his brother was still in the La Porte area, the last place he was seen or heard from. Gunness, being the ballsy bitch she was, told him that if he wanted to come and look for his brother, she would help conduct a search, but she cautioned him that searching for missing persons was an expensive proposition. If she were to be involved in such a manhunt, she stated, Asle Helgelien should be prepared to pay her for her efforts. Asle Helgelien did come to La Porte, but not until May.   Ray Lamphere represented an unresolved danger to Belle, and now Asle Helgelien was making inquiries that could very well send her to the gallows. She told a lawyer in La Porte, M.E. Leliter, that she feared for her life and her children's. Ray Lamphere, she said, had threatened to kill her and burn her house down. She wanted to make out a will just in case Lamphere followed through with his threats. Leliter, the attorney, complied and drew up her will. She left her entire estate to her children and left Leliter's office. She went to one of the La Porte banks holding the mortgage for her property and, not suspiciously at all, paid it off. However, she did not go to the police to tell them about Lamphere's allegedly life-threatening conduct. The reason for this, most historical, true crime nerds agree, was that there hadn't been any threats; she was merely setting the stage for her own arson. Joe Maxson, who had been hired to replace Ray Lamphere in February 1908, awoke in the early hours of April 28, 1908, smelling smoke in his room on the second floor of the Gunness house. He opened the hall door to a shit load of flames. Maxson screamed Gunness' name and those of her children but got no response. He slammed the door and then, in his tighty whiteys, leaped from the second-story window of his room, barely surviving the fire that was closing in around him. He raced to town to get help, but by the time the old-fashioned hook and ladder firetruck arrived at the farm at early dawn, the farmhouse was a big ol' pile of smoking ruins. Four bodies were found inside the house. One of the bodies was that of a woman who could not immediately be identified as Gunness, since she had been decapitated. The head was never found. The bodies of her children were found still in their beds. County Sheriff Smutzer had somehow heard about Lamphere's alleged threats, so he took one look at the carnage and quickly went after the former handyman. Attorney Leliter came forward to recount his tale about Gunness' will and how she feared Lamphere would kill her and her family and, coincidentally, burn her house down.   Lamphere reeeeeally didn't help his own cause. The moment Sheriff Smutzer confronted him and before the lawman uttered a word, Lamphere exclaimed, "Did Widow Gunness and the kids get out all right?" He was then told about the fire, but he denied having anything to do with it, claiming that he was not near the farm when the blaze occurred. A young lil dude, John Solyem, was brought forward. He said he was watching the Gunness place and saw Lamphere running down the road from the Gunness house just before the structure erupted in flames. Lamphere snorted to the boy: "You wouldn't look me in the eye and say that!"   "Yes, I will,” replied Solyem. "You found me hiding behind the bushes and you told me you'd kill me if I didn't get out of there." Lamphere was arrested and charged with murder and arson. Then scores of investigators, sheriff's deputies, coroner's men, and many volunteers began to search the ruins for evidence.   The headless woman's body was a massive concern to La Porte residents. C. Christofferson, a neighboring farmer, looked at the charred remains of this body and said that it was not the remains of Belle Gunness. As did another farmer, L. Nicholson, and so did Mrs. Austin Cutler, an old friend of Gunness. More of Gunness' old friends, Mrs. May Olander and Mr. Sigward Olsen, arrived from Chicago. They examined the remains of the headless woman and said it was't Belle Gunness.   Doctors then measured the remains and, making allowances for the body's missing neck and head, stated the corpse was that of a woman who stood five feet three inches tall and weighed no more than 150 pounds. Friends and neighbors, as well as the La Porte dressmakers who made her dresses and other garments, swore that Gunness was taller than 5'8" and weighed between 180 and 200 pounds. Remember, she was a large woman who could toss around clothing trunks like they were frisbees. Detailed measurements of the body were compared with those on file with several La Porte stores where she purchased her apparel.   When the two sets of measurements were compared, the authorities concluded that the headless woman could not possibly have been Belle Gunness, even when the ravages of the fire on the body were considered. (The flesh was severely burned but intact). Moreover, Dr. J. Meyers examined the internal organs of the dead woman. He sent the stomach contents of the victims to a pathologist in Chicago, who reported months later that the organs contained lethal doses of (dun dun dunnnn)...strychnine. Gunness' dentist, Dr. Ira P. Norton, said that if the teeth/dental work of the headless corpse had been located, he could definitely ascertain if it was, for sure, Belle Gunness. Enter Louis "Klondike" Schultz, a former miner, who was hired to build a sluice and begin sifting the debris (as more bodies were unearthed, the sluice was used to isolate human remains on a larger scale). What the flying FUCK is a sluice you may be asking your obviously intelligent self. Well, it's a sliding gate or other devices for controlling the flow of water, especially one in a locked gate. On May 19, 1908, a piece of bridgework was found consisting of two human, canine teeth, their roots still attached, porcelain teeth and gold crown work in between. Norton, her dentists, identified them as work done for Gunness. As a result, Coroner Charles Mack officially concluded that the adult female body discovered in the burned debris was Belle Gunness. Even though NOTHING ELSE LINES UP.   Asle Helgelien arrived in La Porte and told Sheriff Smutzer that he believed his brother had met with foul play at Gunness' hands. Then, the new farmhand, Joe Maxson came forward with information that could not be ignored: He told the Sheriff that Gunness had ordered him to bring loads of dirt by wheelbarrow to a large area surrounded by a high wire fence where the hogs were fed. Maxson said that there were many deep depressions in the ground that had been covered by dirt. These filled-in holes, Gunness had told Maxson, were nothing but garbage. She wanted the ground made level, so he filled in the depressions.   Sheriff Smutzer took a dozen men back to the farm and began to dig. On May 3, 1908, the diggers unearthed the body of Belle's stepdaughter, Jennie Olson (who vanished in December 1906). Then they found the small bodies of two unidentified children. Subsequently, the body of Andrew Helgelien was unearthed (his overcoat was found to be worn by Ray Lamphere). As days progressed and the gruesome work continued, one body after another was discovered in Gunness' hog pen:    So, let's run through these poor, unfortunate souls.   Ole B. Budsberg of Iola, Wisconsin, (vanished May 1907);   Thomas Lindboe, who had left Chicago and had gone to work as a hired man for Gunness three years earlier;   Henry Gurholdt of Scandinavia, Wisconsin, who had gone to wed her a year earlier, taking $1,500 to her; a watch corresponding to one belonging to Gurholdt was found with a body;   Olaf Svenherud, from Chicago;   John Moe of Elbow Lake, Minnesota; his watch was found in Lamphere's possession;   Olaf Lindbloom, age 35 from Wisconsin.   Reports of other possible victims began to come in:   William Mingay, a coachman of New York City, who had left that city on April 1, 1904;   Herman Konitzer of Chicago who disappeared in January 1906;   Charles Edman of New Carlisle, Indiana;   George Berry of Tuscola, Illinois;   Christie Hilkven of Dovre, Barron County, Wisconsin, who sold his farm and came to La Porte in 1906;   Chares Neiburg, a 28-year-old Scandinavian immigrant who lived in Philadelphia, told friends that he was going to visit Gunness in June 1906 and never came back — he had been working for a saloon keeper and took $500 with him;   John H. McJunkin of Coraopolis (near Pittsburgh) left his wife in December 1906 after corresponding with a La Porte woman;   Olaf Jensen, a Norwegian immigrant of Carroll, Indiana, wrote his relatives in 1906 he was going to marry a wealthy widow at La Porte;   Henry Bizge of La Porte who disappeared June 1906 and his hired man named Edward Canary of Pink Lake Ill who also vanished 1906;   Bert Chase of Mishawaka, Indiana sold his butcher shop and told friends of a wealthy widow and that he was going to look her up; his brother received a telegram supposedly from Aberdeen, South Dakota claiming Bert had been killed in a train wreck; his brother investigated and found the telegram was fictitious;   Tonnes Peterson Lien of Rushford, Minnesota, is alleged to have disappeared April 2, 1907;   A gold ring marked "S.B. May 28, 1907" was found in the ruins;   A hired man named George Bradley of Tuscola, Illinois is alleged to have gone to La Porte to meet a widow and three children in October 1907;   T.J. Tiefland of Minneapolis is alleged to have come to see Gunness in 1907;   Frank Riedinger a farmer of Waukesha, Wisconsin, came to Indiana in 1907 to marry and never returned;   Emil Tell, a Swede from Kansas City, Missouri, is alleged to have gone in 1907 to La Porte;   Lee Porter of Bartonville, Oklahoma separated from his wife and told his brother he was going to marry a wealthy widow at La Porte;   John E. Hunter left Duquesne, Pennsylvania, on November 25, 1907 after telling his daughters he was going to marry a wealthy widow in Northern Indiana.   Two other Pennsylvanians — George Williams of Wapawallopen and Ludwig Stoll of Mount Yeager — also left their homes to marry in the West.   Abraham Phillips, a railway man of Burlington, West Virginia, left in the winter of 1907 to go to Northern Indiana and marry a rich widow — a railway watch was found in the debris of the house.   Benjamin Carling of Chicago, Illinois, was last seen by his wife in 1907 after telling her that he was going to La Porte to secure an investment with a wealthy widow; he brought $1,000 from an insurance company and borrowed money from several investors as well; in June 1908 his widow was able to identify his remains from La Porte's Pauper's cemetery by the contour of his skull and three missing teeth; $1000 at that time is approximately $31,522.45 today.   Aug. Gunderson of Green Lake, Wisconsin;   Ole Oleson of Battle Creek, Michigan;   Lindner Nikkelsen of Huron, South Dakota;   Andrew Anderson of Lawrence, Kansas;   Johann Sorensen of St. Joseph, Missouri;   A possible victim was a man named Hinkley;   Reported unnamed victims were:   a daughter of Mrs. H. Whitzer of Toledo, Ohio, who had attended Indiana University near La Porte in 1902;   an unknown man and woman are alleged to have disappeared in September 1906, the same night Jennie Olson went missing. Gunness claimed they were a Los Angeles "professor" and his wife who had taken Jennie to California;   a brother of Miss Jennie Graham of Waukesha, Wisconsin, who had left her to marry a rich widow in La Porte but vanished;   a hired man from Ohio age 50 name unknown is alleged to have disappeared and Gunness became the "heir" to his horse and buggy;   an unnamed man from Montana told people at a resort he was going to sell Gunness his horse and buggy, which were found with several other horses and buggies at the farm.   Most of the remains found on the property could not be identified. Because of the crude recovery methods, the number of individuals unearthed on the Gunness farm is unknown but is believed to be approximately twelve. On May 19, 1908, the remains of approximately seven unknown victims were buried in two coffins in unmarked graves in the pauper's section of LaPorte's Pine Lake Cemetery. Andrew Helgelien and Jennie Olson are buried in La Porte's Patton Cemetery, near Peter Gunness.   So, here's the even MORE fucked up part… if it's possible.   Ray Lamphere was arrested on May 22, 1908, and tried for murder and arson. He denied the charges of arson and murder that were filed against him. His defense hinged on the assertion that the body was not that of that big ol' girl, Belle Gunness.   Lamphere's lawyer, Wirt Worden, developed evidence that contradicted Norton's identification of the teeth and bridgework. A local jeweler testified that though the gold in the bridgework had emerged from the fire almost undamaged, the fierce heat of the fire had melted the gold plating on several watches and items of gold jewelry. Local doctors replicated the fire conditions by attaching a similar dental bridgework to a human jawbone and placing it in a blacksmith's forge. The natural teeth crumbled and disintegrated; the porcelain teeth came out pocked and pitted, and the gold parts melted (both the artificial elements were damaged to a greater degree than those in the bridgework offered as evidence of Gunness' identity). The hired hand Joe Maxson and another man also testified that they'd seen "Klondike" Schultz take the bridgework out of his pocket and plant it just before it was "discovered.” Lamphere was found guilty of arson but acquitted of murder. On November 26, 1908, he was sentenced to 20 years in State Prison (in Michigan City). He died of tuberculosis the next year on December 30, 1909.   On January 14, 1910, the Rev. E. A. Schell came forward with a confession that Lamphere was said to have made to him while the clergyman was comforting the dying man. In it, Lamphere revealed Gunness' crimes and swore that she was still alive. Lamphere had stated to the Reverend Schell and a fellow convict, Harry Meyers, shortly before his death that he had not murdered anyone but had helped Gunness bury many of her victims. When a victim arrived, she made him comfortable, charming him and cooking a large meal. She then drugged his coffee, and when the man was all fucked up, she split his head with a meat chopper. Sometimes she would simply wait for the suitor to go to bed and then enter the bedroom by candlelight and chloroform the hapless sap. A powerful woman, Gunness would then carry the body to the basement, place it on a table, and dissect it. She then bundled the remains and buried these in the hog pen and on the grounds around the house. Thanks to her second husband's instruction, Peter Gunness, the butcher, Belle had become an expert at dissection. To save time, she sometimes poisoned her victims' coffee with strychnine. (Um… the first husband) She also varied her disposal methods, sometimes dumping the corpse into the hog-scalding vat and covering the remains with quicklime. Lamphere even stated that if Belle was overly tired after murdering one of her victims, she merely chopped up the remains and, in the middle of the night, stepped into her hog pen and fed the remains to the hogs.   Lamphere also cleared up the mysterious question of the headless female corpse found in Gunness's home's smoking remains. Gunness had lured this woman from Chicago on the pretense of hiring her as a housekeeper only days before she decided to make her permanent escape from La Porte. Gunness, according to Lamphere, had drugged the woman, then bashed in her head and decapitated the body, taking the head, which had weights tied to it, to a swamp where she threw it into deep water. Then, she chloroformed her children, smothered them to death, and dragged their small bodies, along with the headless corpse, to the basement.   She dressed the female corpse in her old clothing, and removed her false teeth, placing these beside the headless corpse to assure it being identified as Belle Gunness. She then torched the house and fled. Lamphere had helped her, he admitted, but she didn't take off by the road where he waited for her after the fire had been set. She had betrayed her one-time partner in crime in the end by cutting across open fields and then disappearing into the woods. Some accounts suggest that Lamphere admitted that he took her to Stillwell (a town about nine miles from La Porte) and saw her off on a train to Chicago.   Lamphere said that Gunness was a rich woman, that she had murdered 42 men by his count, and maybe more, and had taken amounts from them ranging from $1,000 to $32,000. She had allegedly accumulated more than $250,000 through her murder schemes over the years—a considerable fortune for those days (about 10 million dollars, today). She had a small amount remaining in one of her savings accounts, but local banks later admitted that she had withdrawn most of her money shortly before the fire. Gunness withdrawing most of her money suggested that she was planning to evade the law. Gunness was, for several decades, allegedly seen or sighted in cities and towns throughout the United States. Friends, acquaintances, and amateur detectives apparently spotted her on the streets of Chicago, San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. As late as 1931, Gunness was reported alive and living in a Mississippi town, where she supposedly owned a great deal of property and lived the life of a respected woman. Sheriff Smutzer, for more than 20 years, received an average of two reports a month. She became part of American criminal folklore, a female Sasquatch, if you will.   Gunness's three children's bodies were found in the home's wreckage, but the headless adult female corpse found with them was never positively identified. Gunness' true fate is unknown; La Porte residents were divided between believing that Lamphere killed her and that she had faked her own death. In 1931, a woman known as "Esther Carlson" was arrested in Los Angeles for poisoning August Lindstrom for money. Two people who had known Gunness claimed to recognize her from photographs, but the identification was never proved. Carlson died while awaiting trial.   So, what the fuck happened to “Hell's Belle”??   The body believed to be that of Belle Gunness was buried next to her first husband at Forest Home Cemetery in Forest Park, Illinois.   On November 5, 2007, with the permission of descendants of Belle's sister, the headless body was exhumed from Gunness' grave in Forest Home Cemetery by a team of forensic anthropologists and graduate students from the University of Indianapolis to learn her true identity. It was initially hoped that a sealed envelope flap on a letter found at the victim's farm would contain enough DNA to be compared to that of the body. Unfortunately, there was not enough DNA, so efforts continue to find a reliable source for comparison purposes, including the disinterment of other bodies and contact with known living relatives.   As far as we know… Belle Gunness, the wicked Norwegian bitch… got away with So. Many. Murders… including her own.   Movies   https://deluxevideoonline.org/our-tens-list-faked-deaths-in-movies/

The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Pro-life GOP Congresswoman killed in car accident, Ten Christian aid workers in Ukraine released by Russian soldiers, Southern Baptists: Role of pastor limited to men

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022


It's Thursday, August 4th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark Ten Christian aid workers in Ukraine released by Russian soldiers Praise God! Ten Christians with the ministry Orphan's Promise have been released in Ukraine. The group consisted of aid workers, volunteers, and refugees. Russian troops abducted the group as they were evacuating people from Mariupol. The troops beat and tortured the volunteers before releasing them. One is in the hospital. Orphan's Promise is asking for prayer for another volunteer named Valentina. Russian troops abducted her last March as she was distributing food to people in bomb shelters near Mariupol.   Psalm 102:19-20 says, “For He looked down from the height of His sanctuary; from heaven the LORD viewed the earth, to hear the groaning of the prisoner, to release those appointed to death.” Sam Brownback heading up Nat'l Committee for Religious Freedom U.S. Ambassador Sam Brownback is leading the new National Committee for Religious Freedom to fight for the free exercise of religion in America. Brownback served as President Trump's Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom and established the first global ministerial on religious freedom. Brownback told CBN News he's now concerned about religious liberty violations right here in the U.S. BROWNBACK: “After working on international religious freedoms for so many years, I came back home and found we're losing ground here. We're losing ground in our schools, in our health care system. You keep getting government and big business crowding in on your right to freely practice your faith.” To illustrate, Brownback said his organization's bank account was cancelled without explanation. Pro-life, Christian Republican Congresswoman killed in car accident Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski of Indiana, age 58, and two of her staffers were killed in a car crash on Wednesday, reports NBC News. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said, "This news is absolutely devastating. Jackie was a dear friend, trusted advisor, and the embodiment of integrity who achieved the admiration and respect of all her colleagues in the House." Walorski District Director Zachery Potts, age 27, and her Communications Director Emma Thomson, age 28, also died in the two-car collision. According to a sheriff's Facebook post, a car collided with Walorski's car head on. The driver of that car was also killed. Congresswoman Walorski and her husband, Dean, were devout Christians, spent four years as missionaries in Romania, and were faithful members of South Gate Church in the Assemblies of God denomination. She was dedicated to protecting the lives of unborn babies.  In this particular speech from the floor of the House, she was especially enraged that her Democrat colleagues universally championed baby-killing by abortion. WALORSKI: “My colleagues remain obsessed with killing unborn babies in the name of female empowerment. “I've witnessed the cruelty of abortion and it's ugly. “In South Bend, Indiana. Dr. Ulrich Klopfer provided abortions for decades. When he died in 2019. His family found the medically preserved remains of 2,411 children hidden in his garage. That is 2,411 human babies preserved in formaldehyde in jars in his garage. It was national news for a week. This abortionist left a legacy of death and destruction. That is what extreme looks like. “Abortion sold as healthcare is a sickening violation of human dignity that Americans should not and cannot tolerate. As a nation, we have an obligation to future generations to reject abortion on demand and to fight for life.” With the death of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, the unborn babies lost a true champion. Please pray for her husband, Dean, as well as for the families of her staffers that God would comfort them as they grieve. Join me and can send a card of sympathy to Dean Swihart, to 2410 Grape Rd. Suite 2A, Mishawaka, IN 46545. 43 abortion mills closed since Roe v Wade overturned The Guttmacher Institute reports 43 abortion mills across 11 states have stopped offering to murder unborn babies since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.  The 11 states in the South and Midwest have banned nearly all abortions. Before the Supreme Court ruling, these states had 71 facilities offering abortions. Now, there are 28. Several states have shut down all abortion mills including Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Texas. Hispanics turning to Republican Party Since the 2018 midterms, a new CBS Poll found that more Hispanic voters are turning to the Republican Party In 2018, 69% of Hispanics supported Democrats, and 29% supported Republicans. This year, 45% of Hispanics support Democrats, and 42% support Republicans. Hispanic voters, along with women and voters under 30, have been key Democrat voting groups in the past. Florida v. “woke” businesses and government Florida officials are standing up to "woke" government and business. On July 28, the Florida Department of Education told schools they do not have to follow the Biden administration's new transgender policies for bathrooms and sports teams. And, on Monday, Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis tweeted, “Florida has put WOKE banking on notice.” DeSantis held an event last Wednesday on ending institutional discrimination against people for their political beliefs. Days after the event, Paypal reversed its account lock on the conservative group called “Moms for Liberty”.  Southern Baptists: Role of pastor limited to men And finally, several Southern Baptist leaders released a clarification on the definition of “pastor” from the Southern Baptist Convention's statement of faith. The signatories included Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  The statement affirmed Article VI of the SBC statement of faith which says, “While both men and women are gifted for service in the church, the office of pastor is limited to men as qualified by Scripture.” The statement comes during controversy in the denomination after Saddleback Church, an SBC member congregation, appointed female pastors last year. 1 Timothy 3:2 says, “A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, temperate, sober-minded, of good behavior, hospitable, able to teach.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Thursday, August 4th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.

Beer & Nonsense
Talking Beer Under the SUN KING

Beer & Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 55:06


Christian & Thad and their assistant brewers Uncle Dave & Ryan (brewer; Studebaker Brewing Co.) are at the Friends and fFamily opening for Sun King Brewing Mishawaka. They talk about the growth of the brewing industry in South Bend/Mishawaka area in just the last 10 years. The co-founder Dave Colt, Sun King Brewing joins them and tells you all about the NEW Mishawaka location and more. Crack a Cold One & Enjoy the Podcast! Check out our sponsors and everything mBR at www.michianabeerreviewers.com  CHEERS!

Beer & Nonsense
We Got the Meat Sweats at The Prized Pig

Beer & Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 49:27


Christian & Thad grab some cold ones and their bibs and head over to Mishawaka to The Prized Pig BBQ restaurant. Owner, pit master and friend Jeremy provided the BBQ and the hosts brought the beer. They provided beer from sponsors South Bend Brew Werks and Studebaker Brewing Co. also a beer from Lakeville Brew Crew. The three sample the beer and meat and home made BBQ sauces (can be purchased in growlers), until they had the “meat sweats”. Crack a Cold One & Enjoy the Podcast! Find links to ALL things mBR & links to sponsors at www.michianabeerreviewers.com CHEERS!

#BLACKGIRLNEWS
Rhema Harris - 28 Year Old Corrections Officer Killed in Drive-By → Neighbors thought it was Fireworks

#BLACKGIRLNEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 6:09


A young Indiana corrections officer who hoped to become a police officer has been killed in a drive-by shooting, authorities said. St. Joseph County correctional officer Rhema Harris was killed around 6 p.m. Sunday “in yet another senseless act of violence,” St. Joseph County Sheriff William Redman said. Harris, 28, was struck her in the chest, Mishawaka police's detective bureau division chief Dan Gebo told ABC News. The shooter then sped away and has not been identified, Gebo said. The shooting was believed to be a retaliation in a feud, Gebo said, stressing that the corrections officer was not the target and she was just “in the wrong place at the wrong time.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support

IrishIllustrated.com Insider
Irish Illustrated Insider: From Omaha to Receivers to Reclassification

IrishIllustrated.com Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 50:32


Irish Illustrated Insider discusses the Notre Dame baseball team in Omaha, and the football team this summer, plus rates the position groups all the way from Playoff-Level to...Power 5? Sponsored by: OCFireworks Buy Wholesale Fireworks Online At OCFireworks, America's Fireworks Superstore with Free Shipping. Come Shop At Our Retail Store in Mishawaka, Indiana.

IrishIllustrated.com Insider
Irish Illustrated Insider: Notre Dame Commitments, Baseball Predictions, Wide Receiver Concerns and Moore

IrishIllustrated.com Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 45:07


Irish Illustrated Insider returns to evaluate recent commitments, discuss Notre Dame's upset of Tennessee, share their concerns on the lack of depth at wide receiver and assess Harry Hiestand's offensive line. All this and Moore on the latest edition of the Irish Illustrated Insider podcast. Sponsored by: OCFireworks Buy Wholesale Fireworks Online At OCFireworks, America's Fireworks Superstore with Free Shipping. Come Shop At Our Retail Store in Mishawaka, Indiana.

Lune The Pod
ACAB (and Depeche Mode)

Lune The Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 57:39


We're going to talk about the Uvalde shooting. It's going to suck, but we need to not become numb to this. Then we're going to talk about Depeche Mode and queer culture in Mishawaka. We keep us safe. The Timeline: https://abc11.com/uvalde-texas-school-shooting-massacre-timeline-robb-elementary/11901101/ Lune The Band: https://lunetheband.bandcamp.com/ Mymedic: https://mymedic.com/collections/first-aid-kits/products/tfak-trauma-first-aid-kit I Don't Speak German: https://idontspeakgerman.libsyn.com/ It Could Happen Here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-it-could-happen-here-30717896/ Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-cool-people-who-did-cool-96003360/

The Two Cities
Episode #122 - Theology and Black Mirror: Part Two with Dr. Jeremiah Bailey, Elizabeth Culhane, Prof. James McGrath, and Dr. Nathaniel Warne

The Two Cities

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 66:21


In this episode we're once more talking about the new book, Theology and Black Mirror (published by Lexington and Fortress Academic, imprints of Rowman & Littlefield), that was edited by team members from The Two Cities podcast, Dr. Amber Bowen and Dr. John Anthony Dunne. Joining us for this conversation are four additional contributors to the volume, who each discuss what they would like to see from a new season of Black Mirror (in light of the recent announcement of a forthcoming sixth season on Netflix) as well as the ideas addressed in their respective essays. Our guests are Dr. Jeremiah Bailey, who is an adjunct professor at Baylor University, Elizabeth Culhane, who is a PhD candidate in philosophy and religion at the University of Queensland (Australia) and is a tutor at Ridley College (Melbourne, Australia), Professor James F. McGrath, who is the Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, and Dr. Nathaniel A. Warne, who is priest-in-charge at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Mishawaka, Indiana. Team members on the episode from The Two Cities include: Dr. Amber Bowen, Dr. John Anthony Dunne, Brandon Hurlbert, and Dr. Kris Song. The essays from Amber and John's new book, Theology and Black Mirror, discussed in this episode include the following: Chapter 10, “Re-Dos and Re-Visions: Replay and the Search for Meaning in the Shepherd of Hermas and The Entire of History of You” (by Jeremiah Bailey) Chapter 12, “Alternate Eyes: Perspective Shifting in the Samson Narrative and Black Mirror” (by Brandon Hurlbert) Chapter 13, “‘Not Some Crazy Spiritual Thing': Rewards, Punishment, and Afterlife in Black Mirror” (by James F. McGrath) Chapter 15, “Reflecting the Infinite or the Finite? The Mirror Motif in Gregory of Nyssa and Black Mirror” (by Elizabeth Culhane) Chapter 16, “Memoria and The Entire History of You” (by Nathaniel A. Warne) Chapter 18, “Where are You? San Junipero and the Technology of Shared Space” (by Kris Song) Chapter 19, “Uploaded to the Cloud: Transhumanism and Digital Hope in Black Mirror” (by John Anthony Dunne) The book is presently available for purchase in hardcopy and as an e-book wherever you get your books (with plans to make a paperback at some point). For those interested in purchasing the book, there is a discount code for the publisher's website (rowman.com) for 30% off (use code the discount code is LXFANDF30 at checkout).

MurdNerds
Episode 22: Shelley Ann Werner - Mishawaka, Indiana

MurdNerds

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 35:36


Episode 22: Shelley Ann Werner - Mishawaka, Indiana Shelly Ann Werner was a 15-year-old girl from Mishawaka, Indiana. During a quick grocery trip to a local food mart, Shelley was abducted in her own vehicle. Witnesses saw the man who kidnapped Shelley, but didn't think it looked abnormal. With only a sketch of the suspect and no leads, law enforcement takes a unique route to try to gain tips from the witnesses. Tell us what you think! Email us at: murdnerds@gmail.com or contact us via social media. - Facebook: facebook.com/murdnerds - Twitter: twitter.com/murdnerdspod - Instagram: instagram.com/murdnerds - TikTok: tiktok.com/murdnerds Video podcasting will be available soon through YouTube and Spotify. - YouTube.com/murdnerds MurdNerds is available wherever you enjoy listening to podcasts. If you're an Apple Podcast or Spotify listener, please support the podcast in an easy and free way by following, subscribing, rating, and reviewing! Merch available now!: https://murdnerds-merch.creator-spring.com/ If you would like to help contribute monetarily to MurdNerds, please consider a monthly donation of $0.99, $4.99, or $9.99: https://anchor.fm/murdnerds/support To check out the other podcasts within the Golden Mojo Entertainment network of podcasts: - Golden Image Podcast: https://linktr.ee/goldenimagepodcast - The Call Guys: https://linktr.ee/thecallguyspodcast - The United States of Paranormal: https://linktr.ee/TUSOPPod Hosted by Ashlee Lippert and Alicia Cauffman Produced and edited by Jeremy Golden Opening theme by Geibral on Pixabay Ad theme by Jeremy Golden --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murdnerds/support

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Basketball Coach Bodie Bender 5-11-22

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 17:01


New Mishawaka boys basketball coach Bodie Bender joins Sean Stires.

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Basketball Coach Bodie Bender 5-11-22

Weekday Sportsbeat - 96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 17:01


New Mishawaka boys basketball coach Bodie Bender joins Sean Stires.

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Adam Driver's Community Calendar | Colbert Classic

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 8:37


Local boy made good (or bad, depending on which movie you're watching) alerted the Mishawaka, Indiana community to upcoming events in his hometown back when he was on the Late Show in 2017. Listen as Adam Driver honors his small town in one of our favorite segments, Community Calendar! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

French Press Podcast | Stories w/ Leighton and Reuben
Jeff Is Treated Like Royalty at Spanish Lookout — FPP402

French Press Podcast | Stories w/ Leighton and Reuben

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 43:55


Leighton talks about virtual reality gaming at The Waypoint VRCade in Mishawaka, IN and Jeff talks about being treated like royalty when visiting Spanish Lookout, Belize.

The Generation Why Podcast
Lisa Bianco - 464

The Generation Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 56:58 Very Popular


March 4th, 1989. Mishawaka, Indiana. On March 4th, 1989, 29-year-old Lisa Bianco was beaten to death near her home by her ex-husband, 38-year-old Alan Matheney. Despite assurances from prison authorities that Lisa would be informed if Matheney was out of prison, they failed to do so. Join us as we discuss a case that highlighted the need for proper enforcement of domestic violence laws and procedures.Generation Why has bonus episodes. Find them here: www.patreon.com/generationwhyListen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/generationwhySee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Mishawaka Baseball Coach John Huemmer

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 13:30


Mishawaka High School baseball coach John Huemmer joined Darin on Thursday's Sportsbeat AM on Sports Radio 960am WSBT to discuss Opening Day for the Cavemen baseball team.

The Rob Burgess Show
Ep. 213 - Ray E. Boomhower

The Rob Burgess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 64:02


Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this our 213th episode our guest is Ray E. Boomhower. Ray E. Boomhower is senior editor of the Indiana Historical Society Press. He is editor of the IHS's quarterly popular history magazine, “Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History.” Boomhower has been with the Society since 1987. A native of Mishawaka, Indiana, Boomhower graduated from Indiana University in 1982 with degrees in journalism and political science. He received his master's degree in U.S. history from Indiana University, Indianapolis, in 1995. Before joining the Society staff, he worked in public relations for the Indiana State Museum and as a reporter for two Indiana daily newspapers. Along with numerous articles for “Traces,” the “Indiana Magazine of History,” and other history periodicals, Boomhower is the author of the books “Jacob Piatt Dunn, Jr.: A Life in History and Politics, 1855-1924” (Indiana Historical Society, 1997); “The Country Contributor: The Life and Times of Juliet V. Strauss” (Guild Press of Indiana, 1998); “Destination Indiana: Travels through Hoosier History” (IHS, 2000); “'But I Do Clamor': May Wright Sewall, A Life, 1844–1920” (Guild Press, 2001); “'One Shot': The World War II Photography of John A. Bushemi” (IHS Press, 2004); “Gus Grissom: The Lost Astronaut” (IHS Press, 2004); “The Sword and the Pen: A Life of Lew Wallace” (IHS Press, 2005); “The Soldier's Friend: A Life of Ernie Pyle” (IHS Press, 2006); “Fighting for Equality: A Life of May Wright Sewall” (IHS Press, 2007); “Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary” (Indiana University Press, 2008); “Fighter Pilot: The World War II Career of Alex Vraciu” (IHS Press, 2010); “The People's Choice: Congressman Jim Jontz of Indiana” (IHS Press, 2013); “John Bartlow Martin: A Voice for the Underdog” (IU Press, 2015); “Dispatches from the Pacific: The World War II Reporting of Robert L. Sherrod” (2017); “Indiana Originals: Hoosier Heroes & Heroines” (History Press, 2018); and “Mr. President: A Life of Benjamin Harrison” (IHS Press, 2018). His latest book, “Richard Tregaskis: Reporting Under Fire from Guadalcanal to Vietnam” was published in November 2021 by the University of New Mexico Press. Join The Rob Burgess Show mailing list! Go to tinyletter.com/therobburgessshow and type in your email address. Then, respond to the automatic message. Also please make sure to comment, follow, like, subscribe, share, rate and review everywhere the podcast is available, including iTunes, YouTube, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Twitter, Internet Archive, TuneIn, RSS, and, now, Spotify. The official website for the podcast is www.therobburgessshow.com. You can find more about me by visiting my website, www.thisburgess.com.If you have something to say, record a voice memo on your smartphone and send it to therobburgessshow@gmail.com. Include “voice memo” in the subject line of the email. Also, if you want to call or text the show for any reason, the number is: 317-674-3547.

96.1 FM WSBT Radio
Robb Berger of Mishawaka Marian

96.1 FM WSBT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 12:50


Mishawaka Marian head basketball coach Robb Berger talks about the Knights' matchup against Beech Grove in the IHSAA State Finals.

Sneaker History Podcast - Sneakers, Sneaker Culture and the Business of Footwear
The Stories of This Small American Footwear Brand Have Been Passed Down Through Generations

Sneaker History Podcast - Sneakers, Sneaker Culture and the Business of Footwear

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 43:38


A small town in Indiana was once home to a footwear brand that manufactured sneakers in the USA for decades. While the manufacturing plant is long gone, the nostalgia around the brand and the jobs that it brought the people of Mishawaka and the surrounding areas during its 50+ year run are still passed along through generations to this day. On this episode, Nick Engvall talks with Nate McGinnis of Red Ball Jets about the brand's return and how they are standing out in the crowded world of sneakers. Connect: https://redballjets.co/?sneakerhistory https://www.instagram.com/redballjetsoriginals/ https://twitter.com/balljets Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/xJFyWmWgza Support the Pod: https://patreon.com/sneakerhistory Subscribe on Twitch: https://twitch.com/sneakerhistory Check out our new show, Exhaust Notes: https://exhaustnotes.fm —–––– EXCLUSIVE DEALS FOR YOU FROM OUR PARTNERS —–––– 10% Off Kicks with Vee Hot Sauce Use Code SNEAKERHISTORY10 for 10% off your order: https://kickswithveehots.com/ 10% Off Sneaker Throne Display Cases: https://bit.ly/snkrthrne Use code HISTORY for 10% off all orders 10% Off at PROSPECT: http://bit.ly/shpdcst Use code HISTORY10 for 10% Off All Orders [Links contain affiliate links, we may receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking a link. A great way to support the pod!] —––––—––––—––––—––––—––––—––––—––––—–––– Our podcast is proudly... Livestreamed with StreamYard: https://streamyard.com?pal=6514386237915136 Recorded on Riverside: http://www.riverside.fm/?via=sneakerhistory Distributed By Captivate: https://bit.ly/3j2muPb   Follow us: Mike: https://instagram.com/madwatcher789 Nick: https://instagram.com/nickengvall Dalton: https://instagram.com/sneaker_saiyan Robbie: https://instagram.com/rahbee702 Rohit: https://instagram.com/rohitm13 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of any entities they represent.