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Best Northwest News podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Northwest News podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
Northwest Public Radio is a participant and contributor in the Northwest News Network (N3), a collaboration of public radio stations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Our reporters bring a regional perspective to coverage of Northwest states government, environment, economy, and other news of widespread interest to residents of the Northwest. Regional news on Northwest Public Radio is a part of Morning Edition every weekday morning, and All Things Considered in the afternoons.
 
Crosscut is the Northwest’s independent, nonprofit digital news site that serves the public with local stories that are in-depth and unique. Crosscut is a service of Cascade Public Media. Contact: https://crosscut.com/contact-us
 
Seattle’s watchdog Dori Monson holds government accountable, lampoons the “Seattle Process”, and keeps tabs on how your tax dollars get spent. Increasingly rare on Seattle radio, you’ll also hear exclusive long-form interviews with Northwest icons like Pete Carroll, Duff McKagan, and John Nordstrom. Tune in weekdays noon to 3pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
 
A podcast dedicated to all things Blood Bowl in the Pacific Northwest. Tune in to hear all the latest news about regional tournaments and the Ordo Blood Bowl League in Portland, OR. We will also discuss changes to the Blood Bowl rules and new releases for the game.
 
Jazz Northwest focuses on the regional jazz scene from Portland to Vancouver. CDs by the best resident musicians from Seattle, Portland and Vancouver are featured, and the program also includes news about the best places to go for live jazz in the region. In addition, Jim goes "on location" to concerts, clubs and jazz festivals to record performances by resident and visiting artists for playback on Jazz Northwest. These one-of-a-kind recordings are available nowhere else! 899328 Jazz Northwe ...
 
Radio Cascadia is the only podcast that offers a complete, unbiased coverage of Pacific Northwest soccer. Lasting approximately an hour, each episode covers the latest news in Cascadian soccer and around MLS, interviews with journalists from around the country, and exclusive interviews with players. The show releases every Wednesday. You can also hear us on Prost Amerika, Libsyn and on our website radiocascadia.us.
 
Lively discussion on news and issues in and around Bellingham and the Pacific Northwest.Hosts: Dave Willingam, Tim Johnson, Stephanie Kountouros and guests.Wednesdays, 5:30 pm and Sundays, 11:00 a.m. on KMRE 102.3 FM Bellingham, WA and KMRE.orgTuesdays at 6 pm and Thursdays at noon on KAVZ 102.5 FM Van Zandt, WA.
 
Pacific Northwest aficionados, AJ Barse and Chris Powell are your hosts each week talking about their views and interests in technology, travel, gear and watches. Recorded in Bellingham or on location (typically in their favorite local coffee establishments) in City of Subdued Excitement. Bellingham Washington. This show is also available on-air on Bellingham's KMRE 102.3FM.
 
Dorothy Wilhelm calls herself a porcupine trainer. That’s her term for the sticky situations and prickly people we all have to face on a daily basis. She believes we all handle porcupines every day, whether we want to or not. Dorothy is a professional humorist, speaker, radio and TV personality who brings energy, good humor and fun to her presentations on welcoming life change with enthusiasm. Her new book, Better Every Day is available this month, companion to Catch The Christmas Spirit And ...
 
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Lee Jacobson is on the podcast again. I wanted to get the listeners a look behind the scenes of handling a group which is dedicated to hiking, without wanting to promote people to hike the main trails. Covid-19 has currently changed getting outdoors. The first thing Washington Hikers and Climbers did is turn on post approval. This way, all posts ca…
 
We start with a deeper look at Frog and Toad , and why Frog wanted to be alone . Next, a bus driver thaws the “Seattle Freeze” for a passenger. Then, a woman battles a voice that encourages her to do destructive things. Also, a story about a father finding a novel way to stay close to his daughter half a world away. Finally, a marriage is strengthe…
 
This episode is a special edition of The Analog Explorer x The Bellingham Podcast for our #watchfam listeners. The guest on this episode just how 'air tight' a good idea and design can be. His name is Darren, owner and creator of the Zulu Alpha Strap and a very good friend of ours in the watchfam. Read about my use of Zulu Alpha Straps on my blog: …
 
Lee Jacobson and Ken Poore joined me on stage to talk about the positives and negatives to social media and the outdoors. This Was in early February, live at the Marysville Opera House. Lee started the Facebook Group Washington Hikers and Climbers which has over 132,000 members Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/washingtonhikersandclimbers/…
 
In Friday's briefing, Governor Asa Hutchinson said his team is looking at models that aim to predict the future number of coronavirus cases in the state. Current models show as many as 3,500 cases of COVID-19 by mid-April. The governor said his goal is to beat those projections, but the state is also preparing for the worst case scenario, so he has…
 
Hospitals in Washington state could exceed their intensive care bed capacity as early as next week, according to projections from a Seattle-based research center. New modeling from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington projects about a monthlong stretch where demand for ICU beds exceeds the supply. That cou…
 
Arkansas United hosted a teleconference this week to discuss how immigrants are being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Advocates argue immigrants are vital to keeping the economy running and they're concerned immigrants won't receive support from initiatives like the $2 trillion economic rescue package approved by the Senate.…
 
After cancelling Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week, which was supposed to take place in April, Robin Atkinson, the CEO of the Arkansas Fashion and Arts Forum, organized designers and others to sew face masks instead. While they won't be going to local hospitals, which need more specialized equipment to protect staff from the coronavirus, they will be…
 
Hello and thanks for tuning into this weeks podcast. Part #2 with the amazing Ravenous Randy Myers. Sorry a little later than promised. We had some technical difficulties. Anyway this is another amazing show. Randy and I chat up more of his Defy opponents, some of his ECCW opponents and friends. Then we finish with a fan Q&A that went fabulous! Tha…
 
The Florida Department of Health’s Friday, March 27, morning update said that 416 more coronavirus cases have been confirmed overnight bringing the total number in Florida to 2,900 cases. Six more people died overnight in Florida bringing the statewide total to 35.An infant was diagnosed on Thursday in Santa Rosa County and is the youngest case con…
 
When Washington Gov. Jay Inslee made it clear that his statewide “stay-at-home” order applies to most commercial and residential construction , staff at the PaintSmith Company in Yakima and Seattle had no choice. “We made a lot of calls last night to lay off a lot of people,” said Justin Smith, who runs the company founded by his father, Robert Smi…
 
Observations around Bellingham since Covid https://quip.com/cUVAEALtXoZ * “Nobody on the road, nobody on the beach...I feel it in the air, people are out of reach. Empty stores, empty streets, the sun goes down alone....” * More people are waving hi and smiling - from a safe distance * Less complaining while waiting in grocery store lines. More acc…
 
During Thursday's briefing, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced a plan to support the state's healthcare system during the coronavirus pandemic. The plan includes capital improvement payments for healthcare facility modifications, financial support for workforce safety and training, expanding telemedicine and non-emergency transportation, additional …
 
One of the steps taken during the pandemic were restrictions on the border between Canada and the United States. Last week, we heard from Point Roberts, Washington, which is separated from the rest of Whatcom County. People who live there have to go through British Columbia to get in or out of town.By Ed Ronco
 
Cosplayers in Washington and beyond are organizing to make face masks, face shields, and more to help doctors, nurses, and first responders get what they need as they fight a pandemic. Also, stay-at-home orders and closed businesses for COVID-19 are pushing back film release dates and changing movie theater operations. Brandon is still waiting for …
 
Today on Inland Journal and the Inland Journal podcast, the states of Washington and Idaho are now both in ‘stay-at-home mode.’ Spokane County officials stay consistent with the “social distancing” message, but not everyone is listening. An employee at Fairchild Air Force Base tries to explain the coronavirus and its ripples in a new book for child…
 
This podcast features Cheryl Rodenfels, CTO of the Americas Healthcare Division at Nutanix. Cheryl has over 30 years of IT experience in the financial and healthcare industries. She discusses how healthcare executives today don’t need advanced technical degrees as much as they need to understand the business itself, with knowledge of contract law, …
 
A 30-year-old Fort Walton Beach woman suspected of killing her infant son remains in stable condition at a local hospital. Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office Investigators believe the Wednesday morning incident was an attempted suicide and murder, according to a press release from OCSO. The 5-month-old infant’s autopsy, performed Thursday, he was sho…
 
A new Marshallese COVID-19 Task Force met for the first time this week in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Comprised of Marshallese leaders and medical providers, the task force is providing bilingual guidance to thousands of Marshallese migrants living in the tri-state area. Spokesperson Dr. Sheldon Riklon says islanders are at higher risk fo…
 
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