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Melissa Morgan hosts a raucous, often funny, always compelling adventure into murders and mysteries and other weirdness she finds fascinating. Looking into solved and unsolved homicide cases and looking for tips from anywhere, from anyone, on anything, Melissa's curiosity and love of detective work and forensic science is contagious. Melissa's sense of humor and interest in spirituality also make for a wild ride. A broadcasting professional by training, she has written for a nationally-syndi ...
 
Hi Friends, I just started a new podcast, and I am very ambitious about sharing my "Golden Nuggets" podcast with you all. On my podcast, I'll be sharing a real life story of my pursuit in becoming the number 1 Real Estate Banker in America. Real Estate is a big part of my life mission. I want to help people that work hard to build wealth so we can all commit to working harder for out families and country. First, I'll be sharing how i help consumers buy homes. Then, I'll be sharing how I help ...
 
The NALHFA Affordable Housing Podcast highlights new and innovative affordable housing finance solutions by bringing together the nation’s leading housing finance experts, thought leaders, and decision makers. There is no city, county, or state in the entire country where a minimum wage worker can find safe and acceptable affordable housing options. The affordable housing crisis has led to the shortage of over 7.2 million affordable rental homes available to low income families. NALHFA’s Aff ...
 
Next Play serves the athletic department, the student-athlete development community, student-athletes and professional athletes with insights, first-hand experiences, advice, best practices and stories across all areas of the athlete journey. From the transition out of sports and college, to employer features and how-to’s for starting a career off on the right foot, as well as key insights, tips and advice from industry leaders across the country.
 
Emily is nailing homeschooling with virtual museum tours, a fun-filled Viking project and regular yoga in the garden, as well as whipping up something from the pantry for date night with husband Steve. Pippa is getting to grips with new levels of online dating that only the desperation of two kids in lockdown could push you to, whilst Kate is a ticking timebomb holding all the shit together whilst her husband cycles round the countryside looking after his mental health. Working from home, co ...
 
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November 29, 1992 was the very last day of Hunting Season in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where 35 year-old Judy Moilanen, her husband Bruce and young daughter Elise were visiting Judy’s parents in the small town of Ontonagon, right on the banks of Lake Superior. Seeing it was the last day of the season to do so, Bruce, along with a larger hunting p…
 
In episode guest host Fraser Moffatt (a.k.a. "The Frasman" Smith joins Chris for a for a little funky breakdown. Somehow the episode focuses almost entirely on the bass and The Simpsons. This is a two parter and this is part uno. Does this Rick Rubin production hold up in 2021? or did he ruin the Chili Peppers? Find out this time on The Classic Roc…
 
Businesses are complex and negotiating the space for your business may be even more complex! It's important to have a strong advocate representing you as you make important decisions about where your business will operate, and what the space you have selected will actually allow you to do. James Milner, President/Founder of Appalachian Commercial R…
 
Welcome Everyone! This is episode one of my podcast, where you will find all kinds of golden nuggets to use in your business & personal life. I would like to introduce my story to you in this first episode, where you will get a better understanding of who Alexander Kim is and why you should subscribe to this podcast channel. I will take you on a ma…
 
One unseasonably cool (as opposed to freezing) late winter morning on March 10, 1997, at a small travel stop gas station and convenience store right off Interstate 80 in Cozad, a tiny farming community in the heart of Nebraska, a late model Pontiac Grand Am pulled into the parking lot and up to the pumps. Inside the store, 41 year-old Leah Rowlands…
 
There are enough stresses in life. Worrying about the to-do list at your beautiful vacation home should not be something that keeps you from enjoying your time in the High Country. This week's Mind Your Business podcast introduces you to Catherine & Stuart Smith of C.S. Smith Property Management. C.S. Smith Property Management is a comprehensive pr…
 
On February 24, 1986, John Ruetten came home from work to the condominium in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles that he shared with his bride of three months, Sherri Rasmussen. What he found inside the condo changed his life forever – and it also changed a lot of people’s perception of the Los Angeles Police Department. On the living room floor…
 
The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce continued the State of the Community Series last week, highlighting local education partners. We thank Blue Ridge Energy for their continued support of this series of important conversations. Education is a major component of the High Country's economic engine. Local educators are not only training the workforce o…
 
In episode number 76 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast, guest host Steve Smith joins Chris for a synthy escape. This is basically what Jon Anderson did after he was jettisoned from Yes for a brief period in the early 80s. And just who is this Vangelis character? Find out this time on The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast!…
 
When 18 year-old Christina Carnes and her 20 year-old Vernon Cade went out on January 20, 1994 for a night of fun with friends, neither of them could possibly have known what would befall them just a few hours later. Arriving at a gathering in their hometown of Fairfield Ohio that night, they were paged by a friend who needed a ride, and left the p…
 
Short-term housing and rental accommodations come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and applications in our tourism-friendly area. As people are looking for experiences, now they are seeking a place to stay that is just as much a part of the adventure as that scenic hike, twisting ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway, or day on the river. A few years ago, K…
 
The Scottish Countryside Rangers Association MagazineSCRAmble 2021 Summer Eddition Issue 117:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Whcle2bcbD08oDVtrbvzeCS3ZINbROAK/view"Hi, I'm Liza Cole. I have been fortunate enough to work in the field of nature conservation and countryside management for the last 30 years. During that time I have accumulated a huge a…
 
If you look up the March 3, 2014 death of 50 year-old interior designer Dana Jones in the official records of the Long Beach, California Police Department, you’ll see that the case is considered closed, and Jones’ death listed as accidental – a contention backed up by the coroner. According to Dana Jones’ husband, Cain Finn “Huck” Jones, he took th…
 
It's time for our quarterly economic check-in with Allen Wealth Management. Jonathan Allen discusses the discussion around inflation, potential tax policy changes, and other helpful information regarding the High Country's economic conditions. Mind Your Business is produced each week through a partnership between Appalachian Commercial Real Estate …
 
Episode #19 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastKristin shares her story of being a translator then Ranger, her role in the park now and how it is managed, as well as growing up as a Junior Ranger and how they are now...You can check out the Bavarian National Park here at:https://www.nationalpark-bayerischer-wald.bayern.de/english/ You can also hear more…
 
This week we take another small diversion from murder and mayhem and enter the lighter side of the world of law enforcement with retired New York City detective Vic Ferrari – who makes his second visit to “JTT” – this time to talk about his new book, NYPD: Law and Disorder – Ferrari’s latest batch of true, hilarious stories from his days on the For…
 
In episode number 75 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast, guest host Jimmy Fata joins Chris for one of the podcasts darker turns. Has Bruce completely lost it after 3 years of deliberations? The E Street Band are present and full throttle along with Engineer Jimmy Iovine who's developing his own little schemes and plans to further his own ca…
 
We have all heard and seen evidence of our area's understaffed workforce. Some businesses have been forced to scale back services or even close their doors during normal periods of operation due to staffing shortages. The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce is conducting a series of member survey's to populate a weekly Workforce Rundown, which will prov…
 
Episode #18 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastNeil McLauchlan shares with me what led him to a career change, his role as a Seasonal Ranger and advice having been one, as well as his interest now in access which led into project coordinator roles afterwards... For more information on Outdoor Access in Scotland check out: https://soan.org.uk/…
 
On January 15, 1988 in a semi-residential pocket in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, 25 year-old Catherine Braley – just recently relocated to Southern California from Iowa – was walking home from her job at a local specialty retail outlet when she decided to drop in to a local bar called The Hunter. There she encountered three L.A. County Sheriff…
 
Rundown: Mike Golic Jr. joins the show! Sorry, but Charles can’t let go of Julio Jones As an outside viewer, what’s your assessment of the trade and how the Falcons have handled this offseason? Should fans still believe they can make the playoffs? Is it too soon to have pitchforks and torches over this new regime? Reviewing a few linemen from the d…
 
Education is what we do in Watauga County. Local educators are not only training the workforce of tomorrow, but these professionals comprise the staffs of two of the three largest employers in our area. The High Country is also the beneficiary of millions of dollars in recurring revenue from our post-secondary population and the campuses that host …
 
Episode #17 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastAlana Black talks to me about the accomplishments so far of the Rural Youth Project, skills and social media top tips and advice, as well as what's to come for the Rural Youth Project...The RYP also has its very own Award Winning Podcast! https://soundcloud.com/user-498832917-326752320You can check out the …
 
By all accounts Cyle VanKomen was more than just a good kid. He was the kind of young man that drew others to him. Kind, friendly and generous to a fault, the 24 year-old lived with his older brother and several other young men in what was known as a “party house” in a quiet neighborhood in South Ogden Utah. Neither Cyle, his brother nor anyone els…
 
In episode number 74 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast, guest host Patrick Murray joins Chris for a for a 60's psychedelic rock opera concept album! What the heck is an SF Sorrow and what do you do with? Turns out the band isn't sure either... So Pretty Things' S.F. Sorrow pre-dates Tommy and is a contender for the throne of "First Rock Op…
 
A high volume, sales machine of a business in Boone reopened this week after being closed eight weeks for remodeling. What would cause a franchise operator to take a well performing store off line for that long? The answer may come to you in the context of operating a popular local restaurant, but the lesson applies to any business that is trying t…
 
Episode #16 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastLiz Barron-Majerick discusses her background in Universities and Teaching, Lantra Scotland's role and her own as Scotland Director, Organisations and Partnerships, and Lantra's aims, as well as what's to come...Lantra also has its very own Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/lantra-scotlandYou can find out more…
 
Ten years is a long time no matter how you look at it. But for the Stephenson family of Northern Kentucky, ten years is just simply too long. Because that’s how long it’s been since their family patriarch and matriarch Bill and Peggy Stephenson were murdered – brutally – in their Florence Kentucky townhome on Memorial Day weekend in 2011. And the d…
 
We’ve got a BIG episode this week on The Counter as Chris Vasseur, or Coach Vass as he’s more commonly referred to, joins us to talk about the emergence of Brandon Staley but not before Charles McDonald returns from vacation to skewer the Falcons over the Julio Jones situation. The chat with Vass hit on a bunch of topics, including… - What makes St…
 
Not many folks would think that the timing was perfect to start a business at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, unless that business could benefit directly from people spending more time in their homes. Help us celebrate the one year anniversary of A Designer's Touch by Lauren on this week's Mind Your Business. Hear how Lauren Brown's decades of …
 
Episode #15 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastGeorge Potts takes a trip down memory lane, sharing his time as a Ranger in the 80's, working in an urban environment, the changes that have occurred with Rangers in Scotland, and his Scottish Countryside Rangers Association role and priorities...Healthy Outside 1981 (Rangers in the 80's Video):https://yout…
 
For the second time this month we feature the troubling, tragic, SAD murder of a young girl during the Christmas holiday season a long time ago. This one is incredibly tragic because it’s pretty clear who the killer is and he was never arrested. On December 26, 1980 six year-old Avery "Peaches" Shorts left her home in Knoxville, Tennessee with 58 c…
 
In episode number 73 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast,Guest host David Criblez of Dave & Dave Unchained joins Chris for a long look at The Four Horsemen's delayed debut album! Just who are these four horsemen and why are there five of them? Are they here to usher in the apocalypse or are they just here for a good time? Check it out this t…
 
Charles McDonald and Chris Korman are out, so Pro Football Focus' Seth Galina joins Steven Ruiz to discuss a wide range of topics, including... The future of RPOs in the NFL Why Kliff Kingsbury has been a disappointment Can the Giants get the best out of Daniel Jones? The Ravens gave Lamar some weapons, will it help? Plus some talk on QB evaluation…
 
A High Country roadside business has turned into a four-location empire of tasty treats. Hear how Blue Deer Cookies has grown its business model to serve the entire High Country, while also establishing a regionally recognizable brand. Mind Your Business is produced weekly thanks to a partnership between Appalachian Commercial Real Estate and High …
 
Episode #14 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastMike Holcombe discusses the influences he had growing up that led him to becoming a Ranger, the path he took to full time employment, his roles in urban and rural settings, and his voluntary work with SCRA and the RNLI You can find Mike on Instagram @rangerorricFor more details about SCRA & the RNLI check o…
 
Ten year-old Judith Barsi was a bona fide, in-demand child actor in the 1980s. Between her fifth and tenth birthdays she appeared in 72 commercials and dozens of television movies and series. And her acting abilities and professional demeanor, even at such a young age, made it clear to everyone who worked with her that young Judith was destined for…
 
Rundown! The schedule's out, and we know when Brady v. Belichick is Let's talk about Kyle Pitts -- What changes should Arthur Smith make? -- No defense should be able to stop Jones, Ridley AND Pitts -- But are the Falcons a playoff team now? -- How will the Pitts selection look in the long run? Interview with Gotham Chopra from Religion of Sports -…
 
Episode #13 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastMartin tells his story of how he became a Ranger, from a Student to Seasonal, Full Time to Manager. developing Ranger roles and teams, and what it is like managing popular historical sites across Scotland...For more information on HES Ranger Service (Historic Environment Scotland) check out: https://www.his…
 
The holiday season was in full bloom in the small North Carolina town of Benson on Thursday December 14, 1972 when 33 year old Bonnie Neighbors was planning to pick up her oldest son Ken from school, taking her three-month old baby boy Glenn along with her. A witness even saw Bonnie’s car leave her driveway that afternoon – although, strangely, she…
 
In episode number 72 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast,Guyest host Nate Treese of Satan & Rainbows fame joins Chris for a Deep dive into Deep Purple's Mark III era with Burn! Can Deep Purple soldier on without two members of their groundbreaking Machine Head era? Just who is this pair of young singers? What?!? Two lead singers? How can tha…
 
Rundown: The NFL Draft is over, and we graded every team's class -- The Texans botched it -- The Ravens and Panthers got it (mostly) right Which teams had the best offseason overall? Which had the worst? Checking in with Justis Mosqueda (@JuMosq) -- When did the Aaron Rodgers/Packers relationship break? -- Who is actually at fault here? -- Can Jord…
 
Episode #22 of The Rambling Ranger PodcastElinor and Catriona talk to us about their experience with the Rural Youth Project, their backgrounds in their professions, what they are doing now, and conservation changes in Scotland they would like to see, as well as the power and influence young people have.The RYP podcast featuring us:https://soundclo…
 
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