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Interviews from the Seacoast of New Hampshire on EDGE Radio and Seacoast Online. From The Portsmouth Herald and Foster's Daily Democrat newspapers on the Seacoast of New Hampshire/Maine. Hear the latest interviews from news-makers, politicians, artists and musicians.
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Gainesville Sun Sports columnist Pat Dooley recaps the Florida Gators loss to LSU in this episode of the Dooley Noted podcast. Today guest is Josh Kendall, sports writer with The Athletic, also topics include Florida offense, penalties, the LSU atmosphere, this weekends games and of course Three Things.…
Two-time Irish coordinator Rick Minter (1992-93, 2005-07) joins the podcast to discuss defensive coordinator Clark Lea's gameplan against USC, the Irish personnel on defense, implementing a scheme specific to an opponent, how he'd defend quarterback Ian Book, the challenges modern offenses present, the difficulty of coaching linebackers and mor ...…
Today in History: Clarence Thomas confirmed to US Supreme Court. Duke Ellington records Mood Indigo. Napolean Bonaparte arrives on St. Helena. Hermann Goring poisons himself. President Johnson signs bill to create US Department of Transportation.By GateHouse Media.
Dispatch public affairs editor Darrel Rowland speaks with politics reporter Rick Rouan on the latest episode of the Buckeye Forum Politics podcast. During this episode we preview the Democratic debate in Westerville, Ohio and tell you what to look out for. Finally, we address topics such as gun control, health care, and how Democratic president ...…
1:50--Health/Injuries to Wright/Cooper/Brinson 3:35--Offense coming together 4:55--JD King's role & a new "spice" to running game 7:50--CCU Preview 9:25--Military appreciationBy GateHouse Media.
Dispatch Sports columnist Rob Oller and Ohio State Football beat reporters Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman recap the most recent Ryan Day media press conference, compare Justin Fields with Georgia’s quarterback Jake Fromm, and evaluate this week’s AP poll. Finally, we preview the upcoming game against Northwestern and look at the upcoming matc ...…
Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban addresses the media after defeating Texas A&MBy GateHouse Media.
Clint Lamb and Brett Hudson recap Alabama's 47-28 win over Texas A&M, including the dominate play of the offensive line and the improved pass rush. Then, the two turn their attention to the Tide's upcoming game against Tennessee. Is the opening line (ALA, -34.5) too high?By GateHouse Media.
Peggy Lowe, of KCUR 89.3 in Kansas City, and Sherman Smith, of The Topeka Capital-Journal, talk about in-depth reporting about 13 girls who were placed in state custody, trafficked for sex and sent to prison. Thousands of children were added to the Kansas foster care system in the past eight years, leading to severe instability and a surge in r ...…
Today in History: Pulp Fiction released. Steve Bartman interferes with fly ball. Roosevelt gives speech after being shot. Martin Luther King Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize. Bing Crosby dies. Chuck Yeager flies faster than speed of sound.By GateHouse Media.
Today in history: White House cornerstone is laid. Uruguayan flight crashes in Andes. Roman Emperor Claudius dies. Edsel Show broadcast on CBS. 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf' debuts on Broadway.By GateHouse Media.
Ames Tribune sports editor Travis Hines gives his instant-take on the Cyclones' win Saturday in Morgantown over West Virginia.By GateHouse Media.
Today in History: John Denver dies. Columbus sets sail. Columbus Day Celebration. Dilinger escapes from jail. 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas' published. USS Cole attacked by terrorists.By GateHouse Media.
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics beat reporter Eric Blum is joined by Ole Miss beat reporter Nick Suss of The Clarion-Ledger to preview the Missouri vs. Ole Miss football game.By Gatehouse Media.
See You In The Morning - Daily Savannah Morning News Headlines - October 12, 2019 New fees expected for users of the Lazaretto Creek boat ramp Four new employees will assist mental-health issues at county jail iTunes Google Podcasts Spotify Music: "Not for me" by BarradeenBy GateHouse Media.
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Peter Kraines, 33, a Special Tactics pararescueman with the 24th Special Operations Wing, died from injuries sustained in an incident while performing mountain rescue techniques in Boise, Idaho, Tuesday, according to a news release from the 24th SOW Public Affairs Office. Kraines, an Albany, New York, native who was as ...…
Columbus Dispatch sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Blue Jackets beat reporter Brian Hedger on the newest episode of the Cannon Fodder podcast. During this we provide updates on Josh Anderson’s shoulder injury, recap what the Blue Jackets have done so far this season, and talk about the performance of goaltenders Joonas Korpisalo and E ...…
NDI's Tom Noie and Carter Karels preview Saturday's rivalry showdown between Notre Dame and USC under the lights in Northern Indiana.By GateHouse Media.
Today in History: Saturday Night Live debuts. First American political telecast takes place. Lunar1 Probe launched. Apollo 7 launched. Reagan and Gorbachev meet.By GateHouse Media.
Pat looks ahead to the Gators' rivalry game against LSU on Saturday in Death Valley and interviews Scott Rabalais, a sports columnist and sports writer for The Advocate in Baton Rouge. Podcast breakdown: 05:25 — Auburn was a physical game. This game will be a mental one. 08:04 — Concerned about Kyle Trask against LSU. 11:15 — One big key to the ...…
Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to raise the starting teacher salary in Florida to $47,500. Journalists John Kennedy and Zac Anderson discuss the debate over teacher pay, new developments in a big court battle over felon's voting rights and Republican efforts in Florida to push back against impeachment.By GateHouse Media.
Danielle Hebert, 33, began to experience anxiety and depression when she was a teenager. After the birth of her second child, the darkness returned, with thoughts of suicide. Then her husband, Justin, found BHLink, the state of Rhode Island's 24/7 behavioral health and substance abuse hotline and triage center in East Providence, Th ...…
Georgia will welcome in South Carolina for a noon kick on Saturday and Josh Kendall who covers the Gamecocks for The Athletic joins us to talk about the strengths and weaknesses of the Bulldogs' opponent and if they have a shot in Sanford Stadium. What will USC QB Ryan Hilinski offer, how has former Bulldog Bryan McClendon done as their OC and ...…
Cecil Hurt, Clint Lamb and Hunter Johnson team up to discuss all the major college football games for Week 7 of the regular season, including Alabama at Texas A&M. Through six weeks, Hurt leads with a 35-23-2 record, while Lamb (30-28-2) and Johnson (28-30-2) trail by multiple games.By GateHouse Media.
Ep 154: It's Red River Rivalry Week! Jordan Shipley and Dusty Dvoraceck join the showBy GateHouse Media.
Conductor Harz Sondericker gets us all aboard the Mt. Dew train as we learn about his favorite soda. He shares with us his defining Dew moment and the importance of moving with a schedule. We then talk OJ, TB, and Monsters. Also, #NotRob refuses a juice cleanse and Josh becomes Untouchable. Hopefully brought to you by The Pasta Bowl! Hars' Hill ...…
Today in History: The Beach Boys release 'Good Vibrations.' Julius Caesar dies. Porgy and Bess premieres. Naval Academy opens. Joseph Harris commits mass murder.By GateHouse Media.
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics reporter Eric Blum is joined by Tribune Regional Sports Editor Kevin Graeler to talk about Missouri's win over Troy, the loss of Cale Garrett for most likely the season and Kelly Bryant avoiding a major injury.By Gatehouse Media.
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men’s basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy answers questions submitted via social media on this mailbag edition of the BuckeyeXtra Basketball podcast. During this we also discuss what recruiting efforts were put in by the coaching staff during Chris Holtmann’s first year on the job, and talk about our recent survey t ...…
Cecil Hurt and Clint Lamb talk about the upcoming Alabama-Texas A&M game. They also dive into a discussion on whether or not Alabama is really the top team in the country right now.By GateHouse Media.
Today in History: The Great Chicago fire starts. Franklin Pierce dies. Harry S. Truman says atomic bomb knowledge would be shared only with Canada and Britain. Impeachment inquiry against President Bill Clinton. Jerry Lee Lewis records 'Great Balls of Fire.' Sweat lodge ceremony deaths.By GateHouse Media.
Dispatch Sports columnist Rob Oller and Ohio State Football beat reporter Joey Kaufman give the Buckeyes midseason awards on their performance, talent, and likability. During this episode we talk about the offense, the defense, best performance by a Buckeye, and best performance by a director/coach. Finally, we speculate if we think Ryan Day wi ...…
Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, come at you with another great edition of the Dooley Noted podcast. This episode Pat talks about the Gators big win over Auburn, Gator fans, LSU, other games from the past weekend and of course Three Things. Also in this episode Pat has an interview with Dennis Dodd, the senior college football ...…
ESPN Radio host Mike Golic, a captain of Notre Dame's 1984 team, joins the podcast to share his thoughts on Notre Dame's play this season, the performance of quarterback Ian Book, the resurgence of the Irish defensive line, his memories of the USC rivalry, sending his children to Notre Dame, working with his son on "Golic and Wingo" and more (1 ...…
Iowa State football got back in the win column Saturday against TCU, and the Ames Tribune sports staff is here to discuss where things go from here.By GateHouse Media.
Atlanta-based comedian Mark Kendall brings his hit one-man show "The Magic Negro and Other Blackness" to the Moonlight Theater in Athens on Oct. 10-11 and his new show "Diversity Now" will follow it on Oct. 12-13 at the Moonlight. In this interview, Mark talks to OnlineAthens staff writer Andrew Shearer about how Spike Lee was one of his earlie ...…
Clint Lamb and Brett Hudson discuss some interesting statistics through Alabama's first five games of the season, including the number of plays the defense has been on the field. In addition, they break down the Tide's upcoming opponent, Texas A&M.By GateHouse Media.
We're at a point that a 29-point win at Tennessee is being critiqued as a not-so-good showing by the Bulldogs. We break down everything from Jake Fromm's impressive showing, a slow start by the defensive backs and if that is a concern moving forward, to Brian Herrien's long run, a solid offensive line and if the Bulldogs should still be in the ...…
This month, Dave and Pete sit down with Shelli Paroline of Salem, an accomplished illustrator and co-director of the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE), coming to Cambridge Oct. 19-20. Joining her is fellow Salemite Kurt Ankeny, a graphic novelist who'll be debuting his latest book at MICE.…
Officers were dispatched to 135 Centre Ave. in Abington on Monday morning after a woman called 911 to report she found a young girl unconscious and bleeding. Officials say five people -- three children and two adults -- were found dead.By Wicked Local.
Today in History: The Jazz Singer opens. Queen releases 'We Will Rock You, We are the Champions.' Edgar Allen Poe dies. Georgia Tech defeats Cumberland College 222-0. Cats open on Broadway. Arnold Schwarzenegger elected governor.By GateHouse Media.
John Wilson, the incoming president of Kansas Action for Children, talks about embracing policies that would improve the lives of children from birth to five years of age, when they are developing skills that will define their behavior throughout school and later in life.By GateHouse Media.
Dispatch Sports columnist Rob Oller and Ohio State Football beat reporters Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman recap the 34-10 victory over Michigan State. During this we discuss how this Spartan team is the best that Ohio State has faced so far this season, talk about potential things that other teams could do to beat the Buckeyes, and what forme ...…
Today in History: JFK urges Americans to build bomb shelters. Jane Eyre published. Elizabeth Taylor marries for the 7th time. Babe Ruth hits 3 homeruns in the World Series. The first US train robbed.By GateHouse Media.
Iowa State got its first win in Big 12 play in dominating fashion, topping TCU 49-24 in Jack Trice Stadium. Ames Tribune sports editor Travis Hines and staff writer Dylan Montz break down the win in the latest episode.By GateHouse Media.
Today in History: Steve Jobs passes away. Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch hit number1. David Kunst completes walk around the world. Dalai Lama awarded Nobel Peace Prize.By GateHouse Media.
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics beat reporter Eric Blum is joined by GateHouse Missouri's Chris Bowie to preview the Missouri vs. Troy football game. Eric and Chris also talk about basketball recruiting and more.By Gatehouse Media.
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