Best Watertown podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Where Jesus is Exalted and Lives are Changed
 
Who were the people that came before us, and how did the lives the led shape the places we live in today? Second Look steps beyond the big picture of history to give listeners a close look at the stories of people who lived, loved and died in New York state's largest yet most sparsely populated region. Join us and learn how the big picture of the past is painted by the strokes of individuals who aren't that different from us today. Second Look is produced by the Watertown Daily Times with ho ...
 
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Varsity Spotlight
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Hear from the best high school athletes throughout New York's North Country -- a Watertown Daily Times sports podcast. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/high-school-football-spotlight/support
 
Audio recording of the weekly 8am Sunday services of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in Watertown, WI. Weekly services include Saturdays at 6pm, and Sundays at 8am and 10:30am, Wednesday services during Lent and Advent, and special church holiday services throughout the year. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at 1611 E. Main St., Watertown, WI, 53098
 
Video recording of the weekly 8am Sunday services of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in Watertown, WI. Weekly services include Saturdays at 6pm, and Sundays at 8am and 10:30am, Wednesday services during Lent and Advent, and special church holiday services throughout the year. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at 1611 E. Main St., Watertown, WI, 53098
 
A weekly podcast created by students in Mr. Gould's 4th grade classroom in Watertown, Massachusetts. Students share news and highlights from their work at school. Enjoy!
 
News and Interviews from Wicked Local.
 
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Off the Collar
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Hosted by the Rev. Dr. Fred Garry and the Rev. Casey Carbone.
 
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Pastor Mark Brown Job 7:6 The state of hopelessness is a terrible place to live. Hope seems miles away and virtually unattainable. The truth is that hope is closer than you realize. It is within reach. The post Without Hope But Within Reach appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.
 
In an unjust world, trust the God of justice will prevail.
 
Kelly and Christina discuss local history happenings from the week of May 5-11. Episode is edited by Christina Knott. Music is by Podington Bear. Contact us at cknott@wdt.net or kburdick@wdt.net. You can also find us on Instagram and Facebook.
 
A run down, "shabby" house takes stage on Watertown's Public Square during a renovation project in 1934. The city watched it change as local contractors pitched in to give the pre-Depression era home a new look. Kelly and Christina talk about the renovation, what happened to the house and how its beautification sought to improve the city as a w ...…
 
Moderator Gary Spiess reads the vote for Article 51 at Marblehead Town Meeting to fund a new elementary school.By Wicked Local.
 
Listen to the spirited debate that took place at Topsfield Town Meeting about the proposed ban on the use of elephants, big cats, and other exotic animals for entertainment. Arguments for and against were presented.By Wicked Local.
 
Here's the latest "Belmont Buzz," with special guests Cassandra Page, winner of the recent town election race for the Housing Authority seat and her campaign manager Cabell Eames.By Wicked Local.
 
Chris Comer reviews "The Missing Link" and "Avengers: Endgame".By Wicked Local.
 
A health store closes its doors, unusual animal rescued from a fire and common sense shoes are just part of this week's discussion. Listen in as Kelly and Christina go over this week in north country history. Edited by Christina Knott. If you have a comment of an idea to share, contact us at cknott@wdt.net or kburdick@wdt.net or find us on Face ...…
 
Somerville Police responded to a bank robbery at Middlesex Federal Savings Bank at 1 College Ave. on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. This is scanner communication from the police channel starting at 9:57 a.m. and ending at 10:51 a.m. The transmissions may not be complete and may contain calls for other incidents happening at the same time.…
 
More than a century ago, Watertown City planners sought the help of a man to help make the gift of beautiful park land into a perfect treasure. We talk about the park, the movement and influences that helped shape its creator and the impact of the land today. Edited by Christina Knott. If you have a comment of an idea to share, contact us at ck ...…
 
Pastor Mark Brown Proverbs 6:6 There are lessons all around us to be learned. We must stop what we are doing, especially when it is not working, and consider why. The voice of God is calling us to consider His way so you don’t lose your home. The post Have You Considered? appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.…
 
Kelly and Christina talk about the important of the Grange, why it's a good idea to think of others, the barber with the shortest career in Three Mile Bay, the anniversary of the first ship through the St. Lawrence Seaway and -- oh yeah! -- we were guests on another podcast. (Plus more.) Music is "All Hot Lights" by Podington Bear. Episoded is ...…
 
Windows of homes were blasted out, a bicycle rider was thrown to his knees and people miles away felt the shock as a massive pile of gunpowder exploded on the eastern side of town. Join us as we discuss this horrific disaster and how the city remains impacted. Hosted by Christina Knott and Kelly Burdick. Intro/Outro music from Lithics. Editing ...…
 
Sue Gabriel, executive director of Beverly Bootstraps, talks about the wide range of year-round services the organization provides as well as ways people can get involved through donations or volunteering.By Wicked Local.
 
A KIA SUV crashed into a utility pole, completely snapping it and knocking power out all the way into Halifax following a crash on Plymouth Street (Route 104) in Bridgewater on Sunday evening, April 21, 2019.By Wicked Local.
 
Pastor Mark Brown Mark 16:9 The first person to see Jesus after His resurrection was not an apostle, or even His mother. It was a woman who used to be possessed by seven devils. What did she do to become the person to see Jesus when He rose from the dead? The post The First To See Jesus appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.…
 
By raising from the dead, Jesus proves that he really is the King who’s worthy of your worship.
 
Kelly and Christina talk about several tragic historical events on her friend's birthday this week, as well as a stories about how colors helped save some feathery lives and how color-blindness led to an uncertain moment for the fate of a family's weekly food supply. Read the full Sue Mende's full story about the colorfully-collared cats on our ...…
 
A vehicle drove through the glass windows and entrance of the Westside Shell gas station on Belmont Street in Brockton on Thursday night, April 18, 2019. A 24-year-old Brockton woman, the driver, is facing charges.By Wicked Local.
 
April 22, 1869: Black River looses one bridge and one saw mill by the freshet. In Dexter, we hear the village is afloat, and that some people can’t get out of their houses, on account of the freshet. The Great Flood of 1869 roared through communities in the north country 150 years ago, destroying bridges, business and anything else in its path. ...…
 
Charles “Huckleberry Charlie” Sherman, born on Feb. 15, 1842, in Watertown was a conspicuous figure of the north country, with a reputation that continues to intrigue local historians. Join Christina Knott and special guest host Dennis O'Brien as we discuss this colorful character. Intro/Outro music from Lithics. Editing is by Olivia Belanger. ...…
 
When we look at Jesus suffering, what first seems like weakness actually shows his strength.
 
From The Herald News in Fall River, here are five stories you need to know for Saturday, April 13. MUSIC: "Loopster," by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/By Wicked Local.
 
On Thursday, April 11 at 1 p.m., employees at the 700 Pleasant St. Stop & Shop location in Waltham went on strike, advocating for a better contract. There are about 300 employees at the location.By Wicked Local.
 
It's easy to romanticize the past, but not everyone had gilded storybook lives. Today we talk about Nellie Thompson, who appears in several crime stories in the Watertown Daily Times starting around April 6, 1894. We don't know much about her, but we reading between the lines, Kelly and Christina take a second look at this woman to try to under ...…
 
This week we have several highlights in local and national history, a (short) discussion on Civil Rights and Kelly remembers a murder in her hometown that still troubles some today. Reach out to Kelly and Christina at kburdick@wdt.net or cknott@wdt.net. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram. Music is "Let That Sink In" by Lee Rosevere.…
 
Our first "Did you know" episodes takes a look at Watertown businessman Frank Olean, the man who implemented set prices for local clothing stores and helped build the fraternal spirit of Public Square that exists today. Music is "Curious" thanks to the talents of Podington Bear. Contact us at cknott@wdt.net or kburdick@wdt.net or find us on Fac ...…
 
Pastor Mark Brown Psalm 78:41 God is all powerful and has all authority, but people have the capacity to limit God. They limit the level in which He can operate and perform in their lives and through them. It should be a goal to allow God to perform in limitless ways in our lives. The post Limiting The Holy One appeared first on Jesus Church Wa ...…
 
The fact that people hate God’s Son is precisely why he came to die.
 
Our first history highlights episode is a quick look at the headlines in this week in history from the New York north country and around the world. This week we talk about the opening of trout season, the return of Charlie Chaplin, a president's final train ride and someone's clever (?) April Fool's Day trick that made it into the newspaper and ...…
 
Second Look examines the history of the largest, yet most sparsely populated region of New York state to uncover the interesting, surprising and unusual stories of the north country. If you've ever been through Watertown, N.Y., you're likely to have noticed the name Henry Keep. How did he make such a mark on the north country? We talk about tha ...…
 
Pastor Mark Brown 1Corinthians 14:10-11 Voices are significant. If we do not comprehend the value and influence of others voices or our own then we will miss windows of opportunity. When the revelation of our voice and God’s voice enter into our lives of devotion we will begin to see breakthrough in our prayers. The post The Voice Of A Friend a ...…
 
Jesus prized obedience to God above everything else—even at great cost to himself.
 
The sound isn't great in this episode. Like a lot of our earlier shows, it was recorded as we were still figuring out our sound setup. Hopefully, you are used to our improved audio at this point, but we decided to go ahead and release this show a bonus episode because I thought it might be interesting for listeners to hear more about what goes ...…
 
Blogness on the Edge of Town and Wicked Local present Episode 6 of The Springsteen Poll-Cast. In this episode, host Pete Chianca presents your picks for Bruce Springsteen’s best-ever album sides from the vinyl era, as chosen by Blogness on the Edge of Town readers.By Wicked Local.
 
Second Look examines the history of the largest, yet most sparsely populated region of New York state to uncover the interesting, surprising and unusual stories of the north country. If you've ever been through Watertown, N.Y., you're likely to have noticed the name Henry Keep. How did he make such a mark on the north country? We talk about tha ...…
 
Here's the latest "Belmont Buzz" with guests Dante Muzzioli and Skip Viglirolo, both former Belmont High School hockey coaches and long-time residents, talking about the past, present and future of the Skip Viglirolo Skating Rink in Belmont.By Wicked Local.
 
The Muslim Call to Prayer recorded at the vigil on Lexington.By Wicked Local.
 
Landon Gore 2Kings 8:1 God can restore everything lost in the season of a seven year famine in one day. Not just a restoration of the home and land lost, but the harvest of seven years restored. The post From a Season to a Dimension appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.
 
Deirdre Reilly and Maureen Mackey have been writing professionally on family and parenting issues for years -- in addition to raising their own kids, of course -- and now they're here to offer real talk about family life, filled with heart and humor. In this premiere episode they discuss the importance of letting kids fail, tackle the fallout f ...…
 
Landon Gore John 21 There is always a risk to sacrifice, but the reward is greater than the risk. The post Apostolic Risk appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.
 
Landon Gore Mark 7:28 God has available things others have not tasted of because they did not eat everything at the table. The woman that approached Jesus was too hungry to be offended or turned away and she received her miracle. The post It’s Not Just A Crumb appeared first on Jesus Church Watertown SD.…
 
Because it’s a matter of the heart, questions of our loyalty to Christ mustn’t be quickly dismissed but carefully considered.
 
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