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The LKN Experience

A podcast that brings the people, businesses, local talent, and general heartbeat of Lake Norman to the community.

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Hello and welcome to The LKN Experience Podcast! This podcast is being presented by Mike Bagwell of Enders Insurance and Hanna Schoenrock of WriteWell Services. Scroll down for our episode library or listen anywhere podcasts can be found.
 
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This month, I am sitting down with Dave Haring, Executive Director of the Lincoln Airport Authority, and Rachel Barth, Director of Communications and Customer Engagement. We take a closer look at a ballot measure for commercial airports across the state. If passed, Constitutional Amendment 1 would give local governments control of how airport fundi…
 
https://youtu.be/Ffu2n4njer0 During election season, it is easy to get caught up in higher-level government elections and not tune in to what is happening closer to home. Sean Flowerday is the Lancaster County Commissioner, and seeking reelection next month. In this episode, we talk about what Flowerday has done in his position and his hopeful plan…
 
The Blue Jays – the Mariners’ opponent in the Wild Card playoff series this weekend – may call Toronto home, but they also have a lot of fans out west in Vancouver and in other parts of British Columbia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Seattle
 
To celebrate the Seattle Mariners making the post-season for the first time since 2001, KIRO Newsradio resident historian Feliks Banel presents nine innings of stories from the archives about baseball history in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Go Mariners! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
What Are We Drinking? Double barrel Bourbon Whisky from Brickway Brewery and Distillery in Omaha, the city’s first distillery since prohibition. Old Fashioned. Old Fashioned recipe: 2 oz. Rye or Bourbon ½ oz proof Old Fashioned syrup ¼ orange 2 woodford reserve Bourbon cherries Muddle ¼ orange and 1 bourbon cherry Remove orange rind and cherry from…
 
Episode number eight of “County Countdown” – a multi-year, thirteen-part All Over The Map series about the place-name origins of Washington counties and county seats – is the #LMAO edition. In this case, “LMAO,” of course, stands for Lincoln, Mason, and Okanogan counties. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
https://youtu.be/xmqwb1SCKVE After years of opposing the expansion of gambling, in 2020 Nebraska voters overwhelmingly approved gambling at licensed racetracks with licensed gaming operators. At the time of the election, Nebraska outlawed gambling, except for the state lottery, licensed raffles, and bingo. This episode features an update on Warhors…
 
Working in politics can and does look different for everyone; the varying interests, parties, and ever-changing political landscape makes this a different experience for everyone. This episode features Mary Johnson and Kate Wolfe, political consultants who are here to share their unique paths that their political careers have taken. From city-level…
 
Mike Bagwell sits down with Treehouse owner, designer, and builder, Tim Thomson, to talk about his Lincoln County-based and AirBNB-featured Crooked Shutter Treehouse. Tim shared his motivation for designing and building his treehouse in Lincoln County. He talked about the (very creative) design aspects of the treehouse, the treehouse space (inside …
 
Teenagers shut away from the rest of family, sitting alone in a dark room in front of a monitor with a headset... every parent's worst-case scenario, right? That narrative is changing, folks! Owners of Level Up Esports, Matt Phillips and Jim MacDonald, sat down in their recently outfitted, state-of-the-art gaming facility in Cornelius with host Han…
 
Sideshow Spirits, the first legal distillery in Lincoln, Nebraska, is a destination for spirit, cocktail and elixir enthusiasts. This episode features Sideshow Spirits and Kinkaider managing partner Cody Schmick, as well as Vanessa Silke, a partner with Baird Holm LLP, an Omaha-based law firm. What Are We Drinking? Sideshow Spirits – Lincoln’s firs…
 
Mike Bagwell sits down with American Country Music singer/songwriter Rockie Lynne, whose hit song, "Lipstick" skyrocketed on the County Music charts. Rockie is also a public speaker, a US Army Paratrooper veteran, a strong supporter of the US Military, Founder of the Charitable organization “Tribute to the Troops”, host of the nationally televised …
 
In this episode, sponsored by 760 Docks (see below for Discount Code for 50% off of one of their FloaTables), Mike Bagwell sits down with Birkdale/Huntersville Fleet Feet Co-Owner, Mark Harris, to talk all things Fleet Feet, their journey to becoming Fleet Feet Franchise owners, the benefits of having your feet scanned in order to determine the bes…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Theme songs, earworms, and a few clunkers from the music recorded for the Seattle World’s Fair. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a new place-name contest for K-12 students in the Evergreen State. And, From The Archives: Seattle’s ill-fated 1919 run for the Stanley Cup. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Tech City Bowl in Kirkland is closing down after 64 years, plus: remembering Elvis at the World’s Fair. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the hidden history in the names of Tacoma waterways. And, From The Archives: cruising Colby Avenue in Everett and listening to KJR. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Pints and Politics is joined by Lancaster County Commissioners Deb Schorr and Rick Vest, serving Districts 3 and 5. Join Dan Parsons as they discuss the latest issues in the community, such as jail population, broadband access and infrastructure needs – all while enjoying a Nebraska craft beer. What Are We Drinking? Skinny Legs IPA – White Elm Brew…
 
In this very informative and educational episode, sponsored by LKN Repair Group (see below for Discount Code for phone repair and tempered glass), located in Denver, NC, Mike Bagwell sits down with 760 Docks owners Tim & Brittany Gauvin, to talk about their journey to opening a niche contracting business (in the Lake Norman area) that focuses on do…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a ‘World Cruiser’ replica biplane honors Seattle’s role in the first around-the-world flight. Then, on “All Over The Map,” ‘placeholders’ might temporarily push aside derogatory geographic names. And, From The Archives: voices of survivors of the deadly 1972 Vancouver tornado. See omnystu…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a new podcast tells Northwest history stories with Indigenous voices. Then, on “All Over The Map,” searching for the mysterious origins of Seattle's tasty “Snitter.” And, From The Archives: the local folk song that poked fun at the Space Needle and the 1962 World’s Fair. See omnystudio.co…
 
Jason Ball has a rich history with the Lincoln community. A UNL graduate, Ball previously served as the director of business development for the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development. Now, Ball is stepping into his new role as President of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. Join host Dan Parsons as he gets to know Jason Ball’s aspirations and …
 
In this community-centered episode, host Hanna Schoenrock sits down with Denver residents Bud and Ann Cesena. Bud is currently a Lincoln County Commissioner and is seeking a second term in the upcoming election, and Ann is president of the Westport Association. Hanna, Bud, and Ann talk all things community. If you live in Lincoln County, don't miss…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the National Trust for Historic Preservation is giving grants to historic restaurants. Then, on “All Over The Map,” when the Evergreen State became “The 206.” And, From The Archives: “Welcome to Warshington” and other quirky local pronunciations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: when Victoria, BC and Vancouver Island braced for an attack by the Russian Navy. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the abbrev. hist. of WA. And, From The Archives: the Oregon man who went postal for the Evergreen State. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this episode, sponsored by LKN Repair Group, located in Denver, NC, Mike Bagwell sits down with Ellen Fichtelman and Zach Tussel of the Denver/Lake Norman Rotary Club to talk about all things Rotary. Ellen is currently serving as the Denver/Lake Norman Rotary Club President and Zach is serving as the Membership Chair. Ellen and Zach share inform…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: volunteers are saving history and making history in West Seattle and all over Washington. Then, on “All Over The Map,” SeaTac, WA meet Seatack, VA. And, From The Archives: the cheap gas, bald tires and other delights of Lloyd’s Rocket. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this episode, host Hanna Schoenrock chats with guest Jo Ames, International Photographer and owner of Jo Ames Photography. You'll want to listen this episode if you have a business and have a brand or need to brand your business, if you need a head shot (Jo says everyone needs a head shot), or if you just want to be mesmerized by Jo's lovely Bri…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: “A Day Called ‘X’” put Portland in the nuclear cross-hairs in 1957. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a visit to the former industrial border town of Northport. And, From The Archives: the ghost towns of long-ago Seattle baseball spring training. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Is pre-World War II history repeating in Europe? Then, on “All Over The Map,” in search of the “ruins” of Longacres. And, From The Archives: The mysterious secret control room in the old Battery Street Tunnel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Nebraska Examiner is a nonprofit, independent news source dedicated to providing news important to Nebraska. This episode features Paul Hammel and Aaron Sanderford, senior political reporters at the organization. Join host Dan Parsons as the group sips local brews + chats about the news organization. What Are We Drinking? Aaron: Glazed Donut Mi…
 
As Europe teeters on the brink of possible military conflict between Russia and Ukraine, we take a listen back to the groundbreaking CBS Radio “roundup” broadcast live from multiple locations in Europe and the United States on March 13, 1938. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KIRO Seattle
 
In this episode, sponsored by LKN Repair Group, located in Denver, NC, Mike Bagwell sits down with Willie Dann to talk about the Westport Swim & Tennis Club, located in Denver, NC. Mike Bagwell had a great conversation with Willie to talk about his upbringing in Southern California, his early tennis playing days, and his motivation to own a Tennis …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: in search of a World War II mural hidden in an old USO club more than 60 years ago. Then, on “All Over The Map,” saying goodbye to Narrows Plaza Bowl. And, From The Archives: the 1987 collapse of the grandstand at Husky Stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: legendary Evergreen State politician Daniel J. Evans shares highlights from his new biography. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the old Great Northern Railway greenhouses in Monroe. And, From The Archives: the man who envisioned a waterfront tunnel in Seattle more than 70 years ago. See omnys…
 
In this episode, Mike Bagwell sits down with Jody to talk about his business, Linx Smart Home, which is located in Denver, NC. Jody talks about his favorite football team, shares info about his work experience, the reasons behind opening a storefront in Denver, NC, discusses Smart Home technology, and reviews the process of Smart Home installation …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the Big Snow of 1916 almost destroyed St. James Cathedral in Seattle. Then, on “All Over The Map,” you can never unsee the Whidbey Island Man. And, From The Archives: revisiting a favorite earworm from an old department store. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Information regarding The Meating Place: The Meating Place is located at 114 E. Main Street in Lincolnton, NC. The Meeting Place can be reached by phone at 704-240-9806, are active on Social Media through Facebook and Instragram, and can be reached online at TheMeatingPlaceNC.com. Information regarding our Podcast Sponsors: Mike Bagwell with Enders…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a long out-of-print book of Yakama Nation legends and stories is back, and we meet the 100-year old author. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a railroad history artifact may have been uncovered near Enumclaw. And, From The Archives: the chilling story of the lost ship VALENCIA. See omnystudio.…
 
From the Lancaster County Board to the Lincoln City Council, and now an upcoming election for the Nebraska Legislature – Jane Raybould has a passion for leading, listening and making changes to our local communities. I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with Jane about her goals, expectations and aspirations. What Are We Drinking? Everything Has Eyes …
 
In this episode, Mike Bagwell sits down with Franklin Linker (a Luthier) to talk about his business, Linker Guitars, which is located in Denver, NC. Franklin talks about how he first became interested in building and repairing stringed instruments, his work experience, his travels around the world learning his craft, and why he decided to open his …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Can Jim McDermott and Governor Inslee revive a hundred-year old plan for a tunnel under the Cascades? Then, on “All Over The Map,” the missionary who really, really wanted to visit the Columbia River in 1829. And, From The Archives: the struggle to re-name Empire Way after MLK Jr. See omn…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: does All-American tackle Huber “Polly” Grimm belong in the Husky Hall of Fame? Then, on “All Over The Map,” how an Auburn family communicated by locomotive and dish towel. And, From The Archives: the closure of the Guild 45th and other theatres with 'second acts.' See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: three former mayors of Seattle offer advice their for new Mayor Bruce Harrell. Then, on “All Over The Map,” who came up with the nickname “Inland Empire”? And, From The Archives: humble origins of the Northwest Avalanche Center. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: restrictive racist covenants are lurking in real estate documents all over the Evergreen State. Then, on "All Over The Map," something about a train is magic, especially during the holidays. And, From The Archives: "Charlie Brown Christmas" drummer Jerry Granelli. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: how local museums and historical societies are finding ways to “LIKE” Facebook. Then, on “All Over The Map,” San Juan Islands residents are working to change the name of Harney Channel. And, From The Archives: the extreme winter of 1861-1862. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel, a look back at the legendary D.B. Cooper skyjacking of November 24, 1971. With special guests including FBI Special Agent Larry Carr, passenger Larry Finegold, and Brian Ingram, who found some of Cooper’s cash in 1980. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the World War II landmark tucked away in the woods in Shoreline. Then, on “All Over The Map,” can you solve The Mystery of Thanksgiving Island? And, From The Archives: the man who survived a fiery airliner crash in Burien. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: touring Seattle's Neptune Theatre in honor of its centennial. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a new Northwest history book for kids was just recalled by the publisher to fix errors. And, From The Archives: the mystery man responsible for Seattle’s founders choosing to come to Puget Sound. Se…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Northwest Railway Museums brings a locomotive home. Then, on “All Over The Map,” one of Washington’s oldest service stations is still in business. And, From The Archives: Kirkland’s hidden heavy-metal history. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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