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Best Valley Creek podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Valley Creek podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Updated June 2020
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This podcast is made available from Valley Creek Baptist Church. Hueytown, AL
VC Sermons is a video podcast featuring recordings of the sermons at Valley Creek Baptist Church.
Weekend messages from South Hills Baptist Church in Queen Creek, Arizona. For more information, visit southhillsbaptist.church or follow along on social media at @southillsAZ.
An audio drama with music. Follow police sergeant Mary-Anne O'Connell and elusive troubadour/archivist Stormchaser as they get to the bottom of strange mysteries in the isolated valley town of Loup Loup. https://www.ontopofhoopershill.com
Here we discuss where the real estate market is going each month. If you live in the following Arizona cities you won't want to miss these! Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Arcadia, Glendale, Peoria, Goodyear, Queen Creek, Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, and Chandler.
Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
Close to Eugene, Oregon in the Southern Willamette valley and nestled in the trees beside a bubbling brook sits a beautiful old church that dates back close to a century. Recently we have acquired the ability to record our sermons so we are very excited to share our messages with all those with internet capability. We have a small church feel with a big heart love that we hope to use to communicate a gospel message centered in Jesus and practically applied to our lives.
Building culture one idea at a time.
SGV Connect is Streetsblog Los Angeles' podcast that explores the people, places, projects and events that make up the changing face of transportation in the San Gabriel Valley. SGV Connect is hosted by Damien Newton and Kris Fortin. This feed also hosts SGV Connect's predecessor podcast, #DamienTalks.
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Tenting To-Night; A Chronicle Of Sport And Adventure In Glacier Park And The Cascade Mountains by RINEHART, Mary Roberts
This is the second of two travelogues published by Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958). Both deal with Glacier National Park, and this book also deals with the Cascade Mountains (The other is entitled Through Glacier Park). Rinehart wrote hundreds of short stories, poems, travelogues and articles, though she is most famous for her mystery stories. The region that became Glacier National Park was first inhabited by Native Americans and upon the arrival of European explorers, was dominated by th ...
California, the land of sunshine and roses, with its genial climate, its skies as blue as the far-famed skies of Venice, and its pure, life-giving air, invites the lover of nature to take long tramps over hill and dale, mountain and valley, and to search out new trails in the rugged mountains.(Quote from section 2: Brook and Waterfall).
Moving Radio is a theater for local, Canadian, and independent cinema. Join your host Christian Zyp every Friday for entertaining interviews, film reviews, and anything else silver screen related.
A show about farming regeneratively, wisely, and profitably, on pasture: The ins and outs of the craft of grassland management, farm business, marketing, animal husbandry, and the changing nature of agriculture and rural life.
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Is it possible to experience God’s fullness in the midst of a pandemic? As society reopens, this is the perfect time to reopen your life to the new norm of spiritual abundance. Acts 2 CLICK HERE to view the videoBy Dr. Bob Weber, Senior Pastor
By Andrew Eudy
Members of the Black community in Prince George reflect on their own experiences with racism; Parenting a Black child; How the Black community was targeted by police in Prince George's first decade.
Reconcile This reporter Angela Sterritt spoke to Indigenous women in B.C. about a common problem.
Minutes after it was painted, a Pride sidewalk in Dawson Creek was defaced.
Historian Jonathan Swaigner discusses the deliberate targeting of Black residents of Prince George by police and politicians during Prince George's early years, and how it shaped the community.
Former CBC broadcaster Audrey McKinnon reflects on being a white mother raising a Black child in Prince George, and how to tackle difficult conversations.
The Olympic athlete discusses her confusion growing up Black in Prince George, and how moving to the United States helped her understand that part of her identity and start to process racism she experienced as a child.
Parenting a Black child; Forced return to the office; Eli Glasner; Olympian Alyx Treasure on being Black in Prince George; Dawson Creek Pride crosswalk defaced minutes after being painted; The history of anti-Black policing in Prince George; Detailed reporting on where COVID-19 has been found in B.C.…
Gladys Radek waited years for the government to investigate the cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada, which include her family. Now she's waiting for them to act.
Lawrence Hill on racism; Cannabis and kids; 300 species at risk that only Canada can save; Gladys Radek criticizes lack of progress on MMIWG report after one year; Port Edward mayor on wolf attack; Virtual doctors; Andrew Wilkinson on COVID-19; Antia-Asian racism in B.C.; Contact tracing.
Get away from the hot summer sun by enjoying a shady hike along Pilgrim Creek in the Little Belt Mountains. After leaving the trailhead, you’ll walk through an open and needle-carpeted stand of ponderosa pine. Limestone cliffs tower above the treetops, providing a welcome respite from the midsummer heat, and a handful of small creek crossings ensur…
COVID-19's effect on Canada-US relations; How emissions may change car change preferences; The fight for airline refunds; How have police treated indigenous peoples in Canada; A petition to make Prince George intersections safer; Why police force may make peaceful protests worse.
With mass protests taking place in the U.S., University of Toronto professor Dexter Voisin joins Carolina Deryk to discuss how effective the police have been in de-escalating some of these tense situations.
A Prince George teen is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car while crossing a crosswalk. Now his family has started a petition to make the intersection safer for pedestrians
Airlines in Canada still haven't been mandated to give refunds for flights cancelled due to COVID-19. Carolina Deryk speaks with an air passenger advocate about why he feels that should change.
The protests against police anti-black racism in the U-S are starting conversations about police treatment of Indigenous people in Canada. Carolina Deryk discusses this with Grand Chief Stewart Phillip
Early on in this pandemic, a lot of attention was given to Canadians stranded on cruiseships.The attention has died down- but some remain at sea. Tristan Ghostkeeper spent 55 days on the ocean. Carolina Deryk hears his story.
Preliminary reports suggest the cause of last month's snowbird crash in Kamloops may have been a bird strike. The crash in Kamloops killed public affairs officer Captain Jenn Casey. Carolina Deryk speaks with former Snowbirds commander Robert Mitchell
Talking anti-black racism with your kids; Federal reaction to George Floyd protests; The possible cause of the Snowbirds crash; A dancer stuck on a cruise ship during the pandemic; Renowned Haida Artist/Activist Robert Davidson; A wolf attack in Port Edward
For more than 50 years, renowned Haida artist Robert Davidson has put the art of his people on display for the world to see. But that art hasn't always celebrated. Carolina Deryk discusses the power of art to elevate the culture of a community with Davidson.
There has been much anger and unrest over the past week, following the death of George Floyd. Carolina speak with Nadia Stewart to hear what it's like to be a Black journalist at this time
This kids are alright. For now… Cast (in order of appearance): Stormchaser is played by John E Allis Candice Bower is played by Connor Kelly-Eiding Sergeant Mary-Anne O’Connell is played by Gustine Fudickar Joe is played by Caspar Brun Brownie is played by Oscar Gubelman Duncan Coons is played by Reed Michael Campbell Music: Original songs written …
A Terrace resident is told to leave Terrace; The impact of fewer cruise ships on Prince Rupert; Ninjas in Prince Rupert; Paddling is booming in the north.
Janine Kraft was shocked to see someone had written the words "Go home, border is closed" on her truck. She's worried what it says about how people stuck in northern B.C. from other places are being treated
In Prince Rupert, the tourism industry is figuring out how it will navigate a summer without cruise ships
In a time when people are starved for connection, ninjas in Prince Rupert have arrived to save the day and spread some cheer.
Carolina Deryk talks to the head of the Northwest Brigade Paddling Club-- who's watching paddlers find some peace mid-pandemic
Keep Your Eyes on God (South Wilson) - Shaun Caudill - Living HopeBy Shaun Caudill
Keep Your Eyes on God (Springfield Road) - Scott Kerr - Living HopeBy Scott Kerr
How do Christians live in and engage with today’s post-Christian society? When you are marginalized, ignored, or rejected because of your faith in Jesus, what then? Here’s a plan. Jeremiah 29:1-14 CLICK HERE to view the videoBy Dr. Bob Weber, Senior Pastor
Northern B-C is not considered a high risk place for ticks. But tree planter Tim Tchida is sharing his experience with lyme disease in an effort to help others.
COVID-19 has put a stop to large, outdoor pride celebrations--so the pride society in Smithers is taking pride online.
The North Peace museum in Fort St John is gathering photos, diaries and other items documenting people's experience with COVID-19.
Changing haircuts; Gathering pandemic memories; A tree planter battles Lyme Disease; A virtual pride celebration; A plastics plant is proposed for Prince George; A town hall with Northern Health
National parks; Pandemic graduation; Save-On Foods union; Cancer and COVID-19; Treeplanting check-in; How we value elderly people; Safe supply in northern B.C.; Virtual wellness.
Wayyy down in southwestern Montana, the Deadman Lake trail is a scenic gem with a wonderful view of the Italian Peaks. The trail actually starts from Deadman Lake, and climbs through a cliff-lined valley across dry streambeds and old lake basins. Switchback up a steep climb and you’ll find yourself on the shores of Divide Creek Lake, a small but lu…
Saving the NHL Season; PG Airport Authority CEO; The where's and whys of face masks; Poor internet for northern B.C. ranchers; Prince George library loaning books; Irene Joseph falsely arrested; A blooming community garden
Wet'suwet'en elder Irene Joseph was awarded $55,000 by a B.C. Supreme Court Judge after she was falsely accused in 2014. Daybreak's Nicole Out spoke to Irene to get her reaction to the decision.
Sneak peek at upcoming episode five of On Top of Hooper's Hill. Features Slow Sunset by Mind Ambient from Audio Jungle.By ontopofhoopershill
The city is trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Andrea Byrne explains the city's role.
The urge to gather; Mandatory paid sick leave; Bat count; Prince George carbon reduction plan; Quesnel gold pan moving; Out on Patrol; Bulkley Valley Teachers Union upset about students being back in class.
The B.C. Conservation Officer Service has put out a warning about wolves in Prince Rupert.
COVID-19 gender imbalance; Sanderson on "vaccine hesitancy; Scaling Mount Kilimanjaro; Prince Rupert wolves; Fish and tackle closures along the Skeena; A $2 billion hemp project in Prince George; A cancelled drive in concert.
Fish and tackle stores in the region are reeling after recreational salmon closures were announced. Carolina Deryk interviews a store manager about what the future holds for that industry.
The BC Hemp Corporation has unveiled plans to build a 2 billion dollar ethanol plant in Prince George. Carolina Deryk interviews company president Remi Balaj.
Canada's first drive-in concert was supposed to happen in Prince George this weekend. But a last-minute change from the province put rock on the roof on the rocks. Carolina Deryk speaks with event producer and city councillor Kyle Sampson.
By Andrew Eudy
Why did Jesus go back to heaven after His resurrection? Since He paid for sin on the Cross, defeated death, why not just stay here on earth? It mattered that Jesus ascended. You can’t miss this step on the Pathway to Pentecost. Scripture: Luke 24:50-53 CLICK HERE for the videoBy Dr. Bob Weber, Senior Pastor
What We Have Learned (Springfield Road) - Scott Kerr - Living HopeBy Scott Kerr