On this week's episode, Brad Durick joins Scott and Matt to chat about catfishing the Red River on the North Dakota/Minnesota border. He dives into the techniques that work best for him, guiding, and catfish tournaments in the area!
Reilly Sasse gives a sh!t about the blue collar world. You can see it on his company Red River's website, you can see it on his LinkedIn, and you'll pick up on it quickly when you chat in person… and luckily, Reilly was kind enough to come hang with the Dirt Talk crew at the BuildWitt HQ last week. Reilly is CEO of Red River, a company in Wyoming that does manufacturability and fabrication for the oil and gas industry. This week on Dirt Talk, host Aaron Witt and Reilly Sasse dig deep on the state of oil and gas in America. Reilly shared why he wanted to go to work at such a young age, his background working for Tapani for many years, and why he places such an emphasis on humility in his own life. Later, he and Aaron chat about the disconnect between the blue collar world and the folks who think blue collar workers don't care about the environment and why it's important to not reject emotion for the sake of business. Don't forget to check out the video of this podcast on the Dirt Talk YouTube channel or on the BuildWitt app! To connect with other people who listen to this show, use and search for the hashtag #betterdirtworld and join in on the conversation.
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SYNOPSIS: This past year has taught us not to take electricity for granted. Better be careful with water, too. Texas needs more of it to keep up with all the residents and businesses moving here. One small town along the Red River is already running low on the resource. The plan for Dallas / Fort Worth alone calls for five new reservoirs. One, proposed in northeast Texas, would flood 66,000 acres of land, move out families, and take property off the tax rolls. But not acting soon enough could also cost Texas billions of dollars in lost business and population. It's a dicey dilemma and time is of the essence. Joining the Jasons this week is Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar. His office is studying what's at stake. And Janice Bezanson, from the Texas Conservation Alliance, argues for other options besides taking away family farms. GUESTS: Glenn Hegar, R-Texas Comptroller Janice Bezanson, Texas Conservation Alliance
Recap your news day with the Grand Forks Herald Minute Podcast. Join us daily for the latest headlines from news, weather and sports in the northern Red River Valley area. The Grand Forks Herald Minute can be found on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts as well as the Herald website.
The Red River valley of southern Manitoba experienced flooding in Spring 2022. XtremeAg affiliate Riley Anderson had one field submerged under flood waters for more than a month. This would be a problem anytime of the year but with it happening during spring warm up, the flooding killed off soil biology. As Riley puts it, “It smelled like it was dead and rotting.” Now he's working to revive his soil biology to make it productive and healthy sooner versus later. Because...degraded assets are bad for business and as a farmer, your soil is your biggest asset! Presented by AgXplore
This Farm Talk segment is brought to you by the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. Ag Adventure Day at the Red River Zoo is happening Saturday July 23rd from 10a – 2pm. Heidie Haugo with the North Dakota Corn Council explains more about the fun activities happening this weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we sit down with musician/podcast host/movie afficionado Sam Hoyos of the band Playing Dead. We talk about his music projects, movies, and the time he narrowly avoided getting electrocuted on the side of the New Jersey Turnpike while attempting to interview Phil Anselmo. Cheers! Playing Dead on Spotify Red River Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nubreed_podcast/ Email: Nubreedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/nubreed_podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nubreedpodcast/ Tim Twitter: https://twitter.com/timLSD Jay Twitter: https://twitter.com/horsecow Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrlK456FML4jtXN1YF7fxHg Spotify Playlists: https://open.spotify.com/user/o0f47xzeolb7nk7yuq1by3rry/playlists
This Farm Talk Segment is brought to you by the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. Heidie Haugo with the council talks more about some fun, educational events taking place in July that are teaching youth about agriculture. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Investigator Daryl Parker uncovers evidence about a mysterious fire that burned near the Red River on the night Jennifer Harris disappeared. Could this be the reason why Jennifer's purse, clothes, and keys have never been found?
Simone Wai joins It Takes 2 with the details on the opening day of the Red River Market in 2022. 10 new vendors, music, cooking classes and so much more. It's hard to imagine a time without the downtown staple that is the Red River Market but after 8 years - they are just getting started! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
07/08/22: Joel is joined by the Red River Market Organizer, Simone Wai, to talk about the opening of the Red River Market this weekend in Downtown Fargo. The Red River Market, the Fargo-Moorhead area's largest farmers' market, is opening on Saturday, July 9th for its 8th season. You'll also hear Jack Michaels and Rusty Halvorson in the second half of the interview have a riveting conversation about fair food. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WDAY First News Anchor and Reprorter Se Kwon is live with the latest headlines in the Fargo-Moorhead area. For more news from throughout the day, go to InForum.com.
Talyor Streit has been fishing and guiding for more than 50 years. His knowledge of the northern New Mexico waters is tough to beat. Join us to talk about fishing the Rio Grande, Red River, Costilla Creek, and others. Learn about the new rulings by the supreme court on water access in New Mexico and also on how the recent fires have affected fishing.
The cautious journey continues, along a river that runs red and through a dying jungle choked with suffocating dust. Tremors can be felt in the ground – is it the King of Fear's malign influence causing landslides and earthquakes? www.starsareright.com | patreon.com/StarsAreRight | Twitter: @Stars_r_Right | Facebook: StarsAreRightProductions | Instagram: @stars_are_right | Reddit: u/stars_are_right For the duration of this campaign, 10% of our profits go to besea.n to support Britain's East and South East Asian communities.
In today's interview, we are joined by Teresa Dufner, Christine Lauzon, and Neil McComsey of the Red River Runners. They discuss their running backgrounds, the running scene in Grand Forks, and detail what the Red River Runners brings to the Grand Cities community. @rrrgf #redriverrunners #rrrgf #grandforks #run #jog #running #interview #GFBS #grandforksbestsource Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com
On today's Best Forking Sports Arena, we will take a look into NBA player movement and feuds; NFL hall of fame; the Angels-Mariners brawl; MN Twins late inning meltdowns & of course, Yankee dominance. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #sports #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl #podcast #grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource #hockey #baseball #basketball #fight #football
This week, Eric and Josh discuss: Jaws merch, a beloved Godzilla toy, Clash of the Titans, Battlestar Galactica, John Carpenter's The Thing, Star Wars, the anti Michael Keaton Batman 1989 petition, soundtracks, 1970s indie Canadian genre filmmaking, westerns, and more! Plus, they mention the movies screening the week of Friday July 1 - Thursday July 7: The Phantom of the Open, Official Competition, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Rabid, and Red River!
Recap your news day with the Grand Forks Herald Minute Podcast. Join us daily for the latest headlines from news, weather and sports in the northern Red River Valley area. The Grand Forks Herald Minute can be found on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts as well as the Herald website.
On the last episode of the White Ram series, Adam visits with Ben Stourac, who has spent the last 10 seasons guiding at one of the most well-known and respected outfits in the NWT, Arctic Red. Although now an outfitter himself, Ben continues to go back to Arctic Red every year, and is about to leave for his 11th season with ARRO. Ben has guided and hunted for sheep in BC, the Yukon, Kyrgyzstan, and Mexico, and in his opinion, it doesn't get any better than chasing old, twisty white rams in the NWT. If you've ever wondered what it's like to hunt with Arctic Red, this episode is an insider's perspective on what to expect, how to prepare, and how to make the most of what will be one of the most special trips you'll ever go on in your lifetime. And don't forget! We are in the final days of WSF's membership drive and draw that could have you hunting in the NWT sooner than you expect! Join, renew, level-up, or buy some entries into this one of a kind draw before time runs out. @arcticredriveroutfitters @arcadiaoutfitting --------------------------- SUPPORT WILD SHEEP: WANT TO WIN A DALL'S SHEEP HUNT IN THE NWT? Check out how you can support the Wild Sheep Foundation and be entered into a draw to win a Dall's Sheep hunt with YOUR CHOICE of outfitter in the Northwest Territories.
June is arguably the best month of summer for fishing and for “going to the lake.” Many North Dakotans flock to home-state lakes – Sakakawea, Lake Darling, Spiritwood, Stump, Metigoshe. Folks near the Red River often head into Minnesota. It was on this date, in 1889, that the Bismarck Tribune related some of the happenings on Big Detroit Lake, when North Dakotans were in a whirl of lakeshore fun, jam-packed with boating, relaxation, bathing and angling.
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On today's Best Forking Sports Arena we'll take a look at the NBA draft, The Warriors, MLB, NHL, revisit a little Title IX and welcome Saige Thumb UND football camper to the studio, & of course, our left coast connection, SuperSonic Steven M. Bateman Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #sports #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl #podcast #grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource #hockey #baseball #basketball #fight #football
Are you ready for the rapids? Today we are discussing the Blue River in Tishamingo, Oklahoma. Beginning near Connerville in Johnston County, the Blue River flows southeast to the Red River. This spring-fed river has a designated trout area in the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. Other fishing opportunities exist for black bass, crappie, as well as channel and blue catfish. Camping facilities are available only at the Blue River Campground. Float trip opportunities by kayak are available on this Class II-III river, offering several falls and ledges, dependent on seasonal waterfall. No commercial outfitters along the river are allowed and public access points are limited. Supplies and information can be found at Scotty's Blue River One Stop, located at the entrance to the public hunting and fishing area. A Blue River Conservation Passport is required of all persons who enter or use the Blue River area, unless exempt. Check with the Oklahoma Wildlife Department for availability and criteria. Tishomingo, Oklahoma is the Chickasaw Nation's historic capital and heart of Blue River. Explore the Chickasaw influence by visiting the Chickasaw Council House Museum and the Chickasaw National Capitol Building. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful Blue River, a trout-fishing destination and home to the Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge. Guests can sleep in comfort with a stay at Cedar & Stone Bed and Breakfast and explore plenty of antiques at Junk Stars during their trip. Come time to eat, pay Nacho Mama's Casa a visit, or dive into delicious entrees before catching live entertainment at Blake Shelton's Ole Red Tishomingo. Scotty's Blue River One Stop at the entrance to the the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area carries fishing gear, convenience items, serve breakfast and lunch. They also have full RV hookups. KFOR-TV is a television station in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, affiliated with NBC. It is owned by Nexstar Media Group alongside independent station KAUT-TV. Both stations share studios in Oklahoma City's McCourry Heights section, where KFOR-TV's transmitter is also located. kfor.com News Story The Common Room is a veteran owned & founded lounge located inside the Chickasha Inn. Wanderers and adventurers should stop in to share a drink and a laugh. Subscribe to the Only in OK Show. Check out our sponsor for this episode - TAILBOARD APPAREL #TravelOK #onlyinokshow #Oklahoma #MadeinOklahoma #oklaproud #podcast #okherewego #traveloklahoma #hiking #camping #water #tourism #fishing #kayak #river #spiderman #devon #tishamingo
On today's Best Forking Sports Arena we'll be discussing Title IX on its 50th anniversary. Special call in guests will be Renee Bubach & Renel Anderson, two of the earliest ND female athletes that benefited under Title IX both in high school & college. Seattle contact Steven M. Bateman will be calling in with the latest from the Pacific Northwest. All this in addition to the NBA and NHL playoff finals winding down, and more in the world of sports! Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #sports #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl #podcast #grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource #hockey #baseball #basketball #fight #football
On tonight's Best Forking Sports Arena we have special guests, University of North Dakota women's basketball (@UNDwbasketball) head coach, Mallory Bernhard (@coach_bernhard), & assistant head coach, John Motherwell (@coach_mo). They break down their careers and go into the latest in UND women's hoops and join us in analyzing the week in sports with us! Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #sports #und #undwomensbasketball #undwomenshoops #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl#grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource
In part one of the Big 12 roundtable, the crew discusses why Oklahoma and Texas outlasting the rest of the Big 12 in both softball and baseball is both great for the current state of the conference and not so great for the future of the conference. Also, the crew dives into which Big 12 player has the best opportunity to win the 2022 Heisman Trophy from the Big 12. Support us by supporting our sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code "LOCKED15" and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline - Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast is a very special one. John takes a little road trip and records this episode with his great uncle Harvey. Harvey was born in 1939 and lived most of his life within a stones throw of the Red River in both Oklahoma and Texas. Harvey has done a little bit of everything through out his life. He began farming cotton at a shockingly young age, he was hauling cotton gin equipment on a truck to west Texas before he was old enough to have a drivers license, and even helped out with a gold mining venture for a short time. While all of that was going on he also got his pilots license, drove a mail truck, and came surprisingly close to catching a state record fish. Harvey talks about what he hunted before their were any deer in the area, and how he vividly remembers seeing his first whitetail doe. Oddly enough his first ever deer was a mule deer he shot in Canada, and that's a memory he will never forget for more than one reason. He tells all kinds of stories from hunting and fishing, and even a great story about pulling a jet through downtown Ada. You will want to listen to this episode over and over again, and will be laughing all the way through. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast is a very special one. John takes a little road trip and records this episode with his great uncle Harvey. Harvey was born in 1939 and lived most of his life within a stones throw of the Red River in both Oklahoma and Texas. Harvey has done a little bit of everything through out his life. He began farming cotton at a shockingly young age, he was hauling cotton gin equipment on a truck to west Texas before he was old enough to have a drivers license, and even helped out with a gold mining venture for a short time. While all of that was going on he also got his pilots license, drove a mail truck, and came surprisingly close to catching a state record fish.Harvey talks about what he hunted before their were any deer in the area, and how he vividly remembers seeing his first whitetail doe. Oddly enough his first ever deer was a mule deer he shot in Canada, and that's a memory he will never forget for more than one reason. He tells all kinds of stories from hunting and fishing, and even a great story about pulling a jet through downtown Ada. You will want to listen to this episode over and over again, and will be laughing all the way through.
Duck nests have been a topic of discussion in the Prairie Public radio department recently. Director of Radio Bill Thomas and Producer Skip Wood were surprised to learn they each had a hen mallard nesting in their yard, but the location was a bit disconcerting. Except for a small pond on the Concordia College Campus, the nearest water (the Red River) is around 10-12 blocks away. So why does a duck nest so far from water?
BUTCHER GETS POWERS & VS GUN POWDER! The Boys S3, Ep 2 Reaction & Review Today. While the Boys investigate Soldier Boy's death, Hughie visits Red River, an orphanage for superpowered children, Frenchie and Kimiko confront Crimson Countess, Soldier Boy's widow, and Butcher confronts Soldier Boy's sidekick Gunpowder and is injured in the ensuing gunfight... Meanwhile, in preparation for his annual birthday celebration in the evening, Homelander pressures his new co-captain Starlight to act deferential toward him... Here's our REVIEW of Episode 2! REACTION HIGHLIGHTS on YouTube & FULL LENGTH (Sync-Up) WATCH ALONGS at Patreon.com/TheReelRejects!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's Best Forking Sports Arena we have on special guest, North Dakota Sports Hall-of-Famer, Grand Forks Central, LSU and NBA alum, Glenn Hansen! Glenn has lots to say about his roundball playing days, and also breaks down the latest on the Twins, NBA & NHL playoffs, and so much more! Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #sports #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl #podcast #grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource #hockey #baseball #basketball #fight #football
On today's morning update, get the latest on new details on the Franklin on Fourth developmental project, upcoming construction on Oak Street, results from Sacred Heart and Red River's games in baseball and softball tournaments, and more in local news, weather, and sports! Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #local #news #updates #podcast #firstnews #breakingnews #weather #sports #gfbs #gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks @grandforksnd
Introduction Send those to email@example.com or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.The listener review today is brought to you by BW Fusion. When you sign up 500 acres to use the 401 microbial team with meltdown while mentioning Farm4Profit you will get one free field in their BW 365 program.Scott SetnikerThat's a good podcast, I really enjoy it. I stumbled on it a while back - FaceBookYOU can now leave us a voicemail – 515.207.9640 What's Working in AG – TBDTopic – Growth Mentality (Adaptability)Guest – Aaron YaggieAaron grew up in agriculture as part of a family farm. He graduated from NDSU with his ag economics degree and has been putting that to work. Aaron is the current president of Red River Ag and Hefty Seed Hawley along with the managing partner of the Thief River Falls location. Not only does he stay busy with his own businesses but he proudly serves as the vice chairman of the board for his local bank.Let's start off by talking a little bit about your Family Farm BackgroundDid you live on the farm?Did/do your parents farm?How many members are farming – siblings, uncles, parents, etc….?How has this family dynamic evolved?What about the decisions for family made help them grow the farming operation?Can you think of a few examples of how your family adapted to changing times or changing markets?You went to college and obtained an ag econ degree. Was your plan while in school to always come back to the farm?Alot of people coming back to the farm and feel a bit overwhelmed or struggle to find the place they bring value…..What was your returning to the farm story?How were you able to find ways to communicate your ideas with older leader/family members and have them be listened to?What was something you did that failed or something you tried that blew up?What did you learn?How did you adapt your actions and thinking after failures or successes?Where could concerns over mental health play a factor in the lives of those coming back to the farm?Sounds like part of your contribution to the farm and a big role that you played in coming back was to begin building a business parallel to the farm. What exactly is the type of business you acquired or built?How did this opportunity present itself?Did you venture out on this path alone or did you have support?We are buy and sell grain, chemical, seed and other specialty ag products. Our mission is to help farmers earn more money.Why did you make the mission of your company to help farmers make more money?Were you collegially trained to run a business?What did you learn while growing the business that made you adapt your thinking?What are some key mindsets you have adopted to make you successful?What are some business decisions you have made to help your company grow?Have you adapted any of your strategies for the future of your company?Why is caring about your mental health a contributor to being laser focused on doing a good job in your farm or business?How did you get to become a director of a bank?!Was this an opportunity generated from running your own business?What do you know now that you wish you would have known sooner? SummaryChallengeSalford Offer reminderSubmit questions and topic suggestions
Old-time Radio Essentials continues its 3rd season with an episode of the Lux Radio Theatre – their adaptation of the Western film "Red River", starring John Wayne! This one's Pete's pick, and there's action a-plenty in the selection, followed by fast-paced discussion of its merits by the three co-hosts. Will Pete and Paul have a Walter Brennan voice-off, reluctantly judged by Dave? Tune in and find out!! And since we're on the subject of finding things out, while you listen you'll learn if we feel this entry meets the following criteria: 1. Is it truly representative of that series? (Can anyone point to it and say, "Yes, that is what [NAME OF SERIES] was all about.") 2. Is it an episode worthy of inclusion in any and every OTR aficionado's private collection? So with this in mind, we three bring you, as our thirty-second number (but 7th official episode of S3), this episode of Lux Radio Theatre, from 3/3/49. We'll introduce the show, play it in its entirety, then discuss it at length. Thanks for joining us, and we hope you enjoy it! Please show your support of the podcast by doing any of the following! To comment on how we might improve OTR-E, or give suggestions for future discussions, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Put the word "Essentials" in the subject line. Your feedback means a lot to us! A review at iTunes or at your usual podcatcher would be appreciated. Next Time: Dave's pick, and all he'll tell us is that it's in the Sci-Fi genre!
Old-time Radio Essentials continues its 3rd season with an episode of the Lux Radio Theatre - their adaptation of the Western film "Red River", starring John Wayne! This one's Pete's pick, and there's action a-plenty in the selection, followed by fast-paced discussion of its merits by the three co-hosts. Will Pete and Paul have a Walter Brennan voice-off, reluctantly judged by Dave? Tune in and find out!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Old-time Radio Essentials continues its 3rd season with an episode of the Lux Radio Theatre – their adaptation of the Western film "Red River", starring John Wayne! This one's Pete's pick, and there's action a-plenty in the selection, followed by fast-paced discussion of its merits by the three co-hosts. Will Pete and Paul have a Walter Brennan voice-off, reluctantly judged by Dave? Tune in and find out!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On tonight's Best Forking Sports Arena, we have in three players from Grand Forks very own @RedRiverPilots baseball team, Tanner Thompson, Joshua Simon and Santiago Gomez and preview the season on the day prior to their season opener! We also run down the latest in the NBA and NHL playoffs as they wind down, have the latest on the red-hot Twins, and so much more in the world of local and pro sports! Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com Help out Red River Pilots' players looking for host families for the season - https://www.redriverpilots.com/host-family #sports #nhl #nba #mlb #nfl #podcast #grandforks #gfbs #grandforksbestsource #hockey #baseball #basketball #fight #football
In this story, everyone is working together to build a dam for when the rains come. Everyone that is, except for Jackal. He doesn't want to dirty up his nails. But when Jackal wants to get some water, he has to trick the animals and not get tricked himself. There is a bit of the Brer Rabbit and the baby made of tar or Anansi and the wax dummy in this story, just in how Turtle manages to catch Jackal. I love Jackal, but he is also a jerk. Source: SOUTH-AFRICAN FOLK-TALES BY JAMES A. HONEŸ, M.D. (1910) Narrator: Dustin Steichmann Sound Effects: 41_nightlife_chikangawa.WAV by LukeIRL on Freesound.org Lake shore waves.wav by juskiddink on Freesound.org Music: Zulu Wedding Vlog | Sesotho Bride | Traditional by Oscarine Mkize Creative Commons Podcast Shoutout: The Family Plot- An odd dad and his 11 year old daughter exploring the strange and unusual in a peculiar world. Discussions will be kept PG-13. Hosted by Dean Boese and Krysta Williams. Listener Shoutout: Hanoi is a landlocked municipality in the northern region of Vietnam, situated in Vietnam's Red River delta, nearly 90 km (56 mi) from the coast. Hanoi contains three basic kinds of terrain, which are the delta area, the midland area and the mountainous zone. In general, the terrain becomes gradually lower from north to south and from west to east, with the average height ranging from 5 to 20 meters above sea level. Hills and mountainous zones are located in the northern and western parts of the city. The highest peak is at Ba Vi with 1281 m, located west of the city proper. Via Wikipedia Golden Jackal by Steve Garvie Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sandman-stories/message
In May of 2002, a 28-year-old woman returned to her hometown in Texas to start anew. But, after spending the evening with an anonymous person, she disappeared. The next day, her Jeep was found, followed by her body floating in the Red River days later. Rumors circled the town regarding love triangles and a potential pregnancy, but who murdered her? This is the story of Jennifer Harris. BONUS EPISODES patreon.com/goingwestpodcast CASE SOURCES 1. Fort Worth Star Telegram: https://www.newspapers.com/image/646260695/?terms=jennifer%20harris&match=1 2. Obituary: https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/dfw/name/jennifer-harris-obituary?id=16593696 3. Red Rabbit Justice: https://redrabbitjustice.com/#5d51d2ce-1d06-464b-99d5-9cea5afc45b5 4. 48 Hours Episode: https://www.paramountplus.com/shows/video/k0pgF5gA2oV1XK09IE9ZXKWSUgvwCQNo/ 5. KXIIi: https://www.kxii.com/video/2022/05/12/we-want-answers-remembering-jennifer-harris-years-after-her-unsolved-murder/ 6. Barry's website: https://www.wernickfordallas.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Bell Witch or Bell Witch Haunting is a legend from Southern United States folklore, centered on the 19th-century Bell family of northwest Robertson County, Tennessee. Farmer John Bell Sr. resided with his family along the Red River near the town of Adams. According to legend, from 1817 to 1821, his family and the local area came under attack by a mostly invisible entity that was able to speak, affect the environment, and shapeshift. Some accounts record the spirit also to have been clairvoyant and capable of crossing long distances with superhuman speed. Submit your stories: email@example.com Visit betterhelp.com/redditexplains to talk to a professional about stress, grief, and other mental health needsOur Instagram page: @reddit_explains
Another podcast has been "successfully" recorded, edited, and uploaded. Topics in the list below.AMD has a very healthy X86 market share now, not just in servers. There have been some fast and loose claims around adaptive sync monitors so far, bluetooth hack gets more air time for remote hacking, the RX 6650 XT might get the nod for most improved "50" version, and more!Timestamps:00:00 Intro00:00 Food with Josh04:11 AMD Claims Nearly 30% CPU Market Share06:21 Arc vs. Larabee10:44 VESA Adopts Adaptive Sync Claim Certification16:30 Phison PCIe 5.0 Redriver Excitement20:47 Geometric Future Model 8 Cowboy Case?23:55 Radeon 6650 XT is Interesting29:21 Podcast Sponsor: Linkedin Jobs30:30 Gaming Quick Hits37:44 A New Bluetooth Hack43:30 Picks of the Week55:10 Outro★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
On August 19th 2017, 22-year-old Savanna Greywind, of the Spirit Lake Tribe, who was eight months pregnant with her first child at the time, decided to visit a neighbour who lived in an apartment upstairs for a dress fitting when something truly horrific happened. Her neighbour, Brooke Crews and her husband, William Hoehn, murdered Savanna in cold blood, ripping her unborn baby from her womb and deciding to keep the healthy baby girl as their own. Eight days later, Savanna's body would be found in the Red River, North Dakota, her body wrapped in plastic and duct tape, signs of strangulation present on her neck and her womb sliced open. Crews and Hoehn were quickly established as the last people to see Savanna alive, and fell under the direct veil of suspicion by police and Greywind's family. Despite various searches of their apartment turning up nothing of significance, an anonymous tip led to the discovery of Savanna's baby girl in Brooke and William's apartment, thankfully alive and well. Following Savanna's murder, Savanna's Act was passed in 2021 which will allow Native Americans and tribal communities better access to federal crime information as well as creating a standardised protocol for how the police and other investigative forces should handle missing and murdered Native American women and their cases in an effort to prevent this from happening again and to help crack down on the high number of missing indigenous women cases across the nation. If you feel that you need support regarding any of the issues presented in this episode, please contact your local crisis centre. CREDITS: Narration and Production - Kirsty Skye Research and Writing - Nikkielmas Scoring - S. D. D. C. LISTEN: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4VihnSDeXi8kvoZhdDUdvJ?si=mT3zc7gdQJisHibBr4ImIA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/stolen-sisters/id1517420487 AnchorFM: anchor.fm/stolensisters SOCIALS: Website - https://anchor.fm/stolensisters Twitter - @Stolen_Sisters Instagram - @stolensisterspod Email - firstname.lastname@example.org SOURCES: https://www.talkmurderwithme.com/blog/2020/4/20/savanna-greywind https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/12/12/fargo-woman-lured-pregnant-neighbor-to-her-apartment-killed-her-and-took-her-unborn-baby/ https://people.com/crime/savanna-lafontaine-greywind-ashton-matheny-learns-she-died-baby-lived/ https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/may/01/savanna-act-native-women-missing-murdered https://www.twincities.com/2018/02/03/savanna-greywind-wasnt-dead-when-baby-cut-from-womb-prosecutors-say-at-abductors-sentencing/ https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4429837/baby-girl-survived-womb-raider-attack-mother-murdered-picture/ WOLFSBANE STUDIOS LTD© --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Folk Yeah! There's a lot of great folk music on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Poitin Band, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Preab Meadar, Plaid Menagerie, Liesel Wilson, Telenn Tri, Karen Matheson, The Fretless, Three Weird Sisters, Gaelynn Lea, Colleen Raney, Willowgreen, Jeremy Spencer, Jesse Ferguson, The Jeremiahs, Joe Travers/Adam Alexander I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you Heard music you loved, share the episode and tag the artist on social. Include the show time so they can quickly listen and enjoy. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. Musicians rely on your support so they can keep creating new music. If music in this show inspired you, you can buy their CDs, digital downloads, shirts, album pins, and other merch. You can follow them on streaming and see their shows. More and more Celtic musicians are on Patreon, just like this podcast. 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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:09 - Poitin Band "Boatsmen/Firemen's Reel" from Banks of Red River 4:10 - WELCOME 5:04 - Matt & Shannon Heaton "Mountain Rambler" from Lovers' Well 7:24 - Preab Meadar "Captain Rock" from Preabmeadar 10:39 - Plaid Menagerie "Captain Horne/In and Out the Harbor/Dinky Dorian's" from Plaid Menagerie 14:08 - Liesel Wilson "Sheain Bhain" from The Path 16:03 - FEEDBACK 19:36 - Telenn Tri "Cup of Tea / Ships are Sailing" from Macquarie Street 24:45 - Karen Matheson "Orphan Girl" from Still Time 29:40 - The Fretless "Holton Alan Moore's" from Live from the Art Farm 33:23 - Three Weird Sisters "Pole Star" from Hair of the Frog 37:38 - Gaelynn Lea "Swinging On a Gate" from All the Roads That Lead Us Home 40:56 - Colleen Raney "Stand Up for Love" from Here This Is Home 44:32 - THANKS 46:45 - The Gatehouse Well “Madness Never Leaves” from Undone 51:06 - Jeremy Spencer "Jigs: The Solstice / The Crow's Caw" from The Lion's Head 54:22 - Jesse Ferguson "Peter Street" from Sailor Songs 57:13 - The Jeremiahs "Plough and Stars" from The Femme Fatale of Maine 1:01:00 - CLOSING 1:02:12 - Joe Travers/Adam Alexander "Weeping Moon" from The Perfect Pint The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME CELTOPHILE TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a musician and podcaster. I want to introduce you to some amazing Celtic bands and musicians. The artists in this show need your support, which you can do by buying their music. You can find a link to all of the artists, show times and chapters for each song when you visit our website at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. WHAT'S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 Two weeks after the episode is launched, I compile the latest Celtic Top 20 votes to update a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are the results of your voting. 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Selcouth means, “when everything is strange and different, yet you find it marvelous anyway.” The album is not completely Celtic and it's not just science fiction and fantasy. It's a fusion of the two. It's heartfelt and a lot of fun. It's now on sale in my Bandcamp store. Check out Selcouth now. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you hear episodes before regular listeners, vote in the Celtic Top 20, and a private feed to listen to the show. That's for as little as $1 per episode. For higher pledges, you can also get music - only episodes, free MP3s, and stand - alone Celtic Stories when you become a Song Henger. 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You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to email@example.com Kerry Berry emailed: "Hi Marc, thanks for your latest update. Thank you for all you do for Celtic music.Just letting you know Highlander - Celtic Rock Band Australia have just released a new album called “Start The Fire” I believe it is able to be heard on both Spotify and also on Youtube." Rey Glunt emailed: "Hey Marc!! Just want to let you know first of all that I love the show!! I walk our dog a lot and it's about all I listen to on our strolls. My dads side of the family is predominantly Scottish and my moms side is all Irish so the Celtic blood runs deep in me. I love so much variety it's hard to mail it down to five favorites but I'll do my best and in no particular order. Cherish The Ladies, Across The Pond, The Pogues, The Cheiftains, and The Dubliners. I also help a friend of mine with his entertainment company, Shenanigator Entertainment. 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https://linktr.ee/_red_river_podcast This week we decided to take 2 classic albums and match them up track by track. Weezer's Blue album and Pinkerton. Arguably 2 of the best albums of the decade. Antonio from the Nobody Speaks podcast joins Sam and local Weezer fan, Sean Rahilly on this episode. Follow Nobody Speaks here https://anchor.fm/nobodyspeaks
On May 2, 1874, Texas Governor Richard Coke, who was originally from Virginia, gave a man named John B. Jones command of the recently created Frontier Battalion of Texas Rangers. John B. Jones is one of those interesting characters that fill the pages of Texas history. He'd been born in South Carolina in 1834 and came to Texas with his family in 1838, while Texas was still in its early phase of being an independent republic. He lived in Travis County at first and over the years moved to land that became part of Matagorda County and then to a site in modern Navarro County. Being from South Carolina, it should be no surprise that Jones was one of many Texans that opposed Sam Houston's desire to remain in the United States when the Civil War started. During the war, he established a reputation that led nineteenth century Texas Rangers' historian Wilburn Hill King writing that Jones had established “an excellent record as a man of superior business tact and judgment, and on the battle-field his coolness, quickness of judgment, breadth of comprehension, soldierly skill, and management had marked him as one to trust in time of difficulty." Unhappy with the war's results, this unreconstructed rebel decided to go to Mexico to create a Confederate colony for likeminded folks. This didn't last long and he returned to Texas. In 1868 he ran and won a spot in the Texas state legislature as a representative for Ellis, Hill, Kaufman and Navarro counties. He never served, however, because the Republicans in power denied him his seat. The legislature authorized the formation of a battalion of Texas Rangers in January 1874 to enforce Governor Coke's demand an end to raids on settlements by Native Americans and the enforcement of law in the already settled interior. This became known as the Frontier Battalion, with six companies containing 75 men in each. This lead to Governor Coke naming John B. Jones as commander of the Frontier Battalion with the rank of major. Jones reported that during the battalions first six months of service the Frontier Battalion had engaged with fourteen of the forty known raiding parties. During the second six months they only engaged in four fights with the Native American raiders. After the first year, the Frontier Battalion Jones reported only six raids and one small battle. During this time, Jones reported an estimated thirty-seven Indians killed with the battalion only having six men wounded and losing only two to death. It's important to remember that this time coincided with the United States Army's Red River war against the Southern Plains Tribes that resulted in the majority of the Comanches and Kiowas moving to the reservation at Fort Sill, near modern day Lawton, Oklahoma. Jones commanded the Frontier Battalion for seven years. One of the highlights of his command was the pursuit of outlaw gang led by Sam Bass, which led to Bass's death near Round Rock in 1878. Jones died at 46 years old in Austin on July 19, 1881 while serving as the state's adjutant general and still commanding the Frontier Battalion. A court order ended the battalion in 1900. The Texas History Lessons Theme song, Walking Through History, was written and recorded by Derrick McClendon. Listen to his new album, Interstate Daydreamer! Available everywhere you find good music. Thank you Derrick! Twitter: @dmclendonmusic The song at the end of the episode is by Texas History Lessons new spotlight artist, Payton Matous. The song, The Boy With Blood on His Hands is on the Campfire Sessions EP. If you are enjoying Texas History Lessons, consider buying me a cup of coffee by clicking here! Help make Texas History Lessons by supporting it on Patreon. And a special thanks to everyone that already does. Website: texashistorylessons.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @TexasHistoryL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big things are happening at the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast this week. John has not one, but two exciting announcements on this episode so you are definitely not going to want to skip this one. One of those announcements has to do with this weeks guest Steve Alexander. Steve is the owner of Private Water Fishing, a north Texas based company looking to grow its presence across the Red River into Oklahoma. Private Water Fishing is a membership based company with access to over 100 private fishing lakes across Texas and Oklahoma. If you are looking for a top notch secluded fishing destination, Private Water Fishing has you covered. This company doesn't just accept any ol pond out there, and the majority of these private lakes are over 10 acres in size. Each is managed for both fish quality and to provide a great fishing experience. After a lake is booked, it has to wait through a mandatory rest period before it can be reserved again in order to keep the fish from being over pressured. Like what you're hearing? Listen to this episode and don't forget to stick around till the end for a second exciting announcement! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices