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Best County podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best County podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Providing and distributing programming of interest to residents that will inform, educate, and enlighten, as well as encourage participation in government services, activities, and decision-making. Expanding citizen awareness of government and its decision-making processes by exposing citizens to live and tape delayed government meetings. Enhancing existing public information materials and use cable television as a public information tool. Providing information about programs and services of ...
 
County Sales Radio Hour features the best in bluegrass and old time music and introduces listeners to new releases as well as classic recordings from the archives. County Sales has been delivering the best old time and bluegrass to listeners via vinyl and CD for well over 50 years! This program will showcase new releases on various labels that feature the finest bluegrass and old time music by today's artists. We will also include timeless bluegrass and old time classics reissued by County a ...
 
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ScoutsFootball.com publisher Jon J. Kerr interviews Scouts junior linebacker Mac Uihlein about his commitment to Northwestern. Episode was recorded and published on April 4, 2020. Highlights from interview: *Why Mac chose Northwestern over several other Power 5 offers *How the coronavirus pandemic and extended recruiting dead period changed his dec…
 
Tweet The Counties Podcast rebirth continues with episode 162, with Gary and Martin welcoming back to the virtual table Rob McKay, one of the founding fathers of the podcast. We discuss in length just one topic this week, which is the impact of the FA’s decision to null and void Steps 3-7 of the non-league game. It’s a great debate with a couple of…
 
The SacMetro AQMD is responsible for cleaning the air to meet state and federal health standards so we all breathe easier. The area's two biggest air pollutants are ground-level ozone and particulate matter 2.5. In Sacramento County, the majority of air pollution during the summer comes from mobile sources, which are the cars, trucks, buses, agricu…
 
The people of God are often described as exiles — wilderness wanderers whose hearts are being drawn away and purified from the things of this world and prepared to meet our bridegroom. Hosea 2 gives us a look into how God uses the wilderness in leading his people — showing how he strips away the things that enslave us, meets with his people, and br…
 
Scott Stevens, County Administrator for James City County, is our guest on the podcast this week. We talk about COVID-19, the budget and more. Check it out and let us know what you think!https://jamescitycountyva.gov Hotline 757-564-2140Virginia Department of Healthwww.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus 1-877-ASK-VDH3Peninsula Health District Call Center…
 
In part two of this two part interview Carol is joined by Frank Antoine, Owner of Fading Autism Barber Shop and Samantha Mierzejewski, mother of six year old James, who has autism. James has had many challenges with haircuts, all sensory issues, until he went to Fading Autism Barber Shop. Frank Antoine gives free haircuts to individuals with autism…
 
County Administrator Craig Meadows provides a recap of the Board of Supervisors meeting from Mar. 23, 2020, which was streamed live via YouTube (youtube.com/montgomeryva). Meadows provides information about efforts to continue making upcoming meeting available to the public as the meetings occur, particularly during discussions of the budget. View …
 
Special note: This sermon was recorded during a virtual church service. Members of the congregation came together online to connect even in this time of uncertainty and social distancing due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A central task of religious community is to form connections, to create living bridges with and to others. Today we’ll explore the ma…
 
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