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The Yukon Trail: A Tale of the North (filmed as The Grip of the Yukon in 1928) is an adventure yarn from the prodigious output of William MacLeod Raine, who averaged nearly two western novels a year for some 46 years. Twenty of his novels have been filmed. Though Raine was prolific, he was a slow, careful, conscientious worker, intent on accurate detail, and considered himself a craftsman rather than an artist. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
 
Get news from across Alaska each weekday evening from the stations of the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN). With a central news room in Anchorage and 25 stations spread across the state, we capture the news in the Voices of Alaska and share them with the world. Tune in to your local APRN station in Alaska, visit us online at APRN.ORG or subscribe to the Alaska News Nightly podcast right here. This is the complete 30-minute program as aired on APRN stations. A separate feed is available wit ...
 
Markis, Hannah, Devonte, Abigail, Jeremiah, and Sierra Hart—six beautiful black children, ranging in age from 12 to 19—were all adopted by Sarah and Jennifer Hart, both white. On Jen’s Facebook page, it looked as if they were the perfect blended family, even earning the nickname “Hart Tribe” from friends. Then, on March 26, 2018, the family’s GMC Yukon was found belly-up on the rocks below California’s Highway 1. The news of the murder-suicide shocked their friends and made national headline ...
 
Known as the Bard of the Yukon and as a people's poet, Robert Service immortalized his experience with the Yukon and its gold rush and this collection of poetry. While some poems are anecdotal and amusing, others capture the raw brilliance that frontiers evoke and the ever pioneering spirit of man. Alternately titled Songs of a Sourdough in the United Kingdoms. (Introduction by Becky)
 
Aurore of the Yukon is the historical youth adventure novel set in the Klondike Gold Rush and enjoyed by thousands of readers. We are podcasting it one chapter at a time. The book is read by Aline Halliday, the Yukon girl who features on the cover as Aurore in the print version, to an audience around the woodstove in a real Yukon kitchen.
 
Hosts John and Hank Green (authors and YouTubers) offer both humorous and heartfelt advice about life’s big and small questions. They bring their personal passions to each episode by sharing the week’s news from Mars (the planet) and AFC Wimbledon (the third-tier English football club). WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin. © WNYC Studios
 
Good News Church is located in the growing suburb of Yukon which borders the west side of Oklahoma City. Good News Church is an interdenominational church welcoming people from a cross section of denominational backgrounds. Our focus can be summarized with the statement: God-exalted, Christ-centered and Spirit-filled. We offer ministries for all ages to help people to grow in their Christian life.
 
Marry Me! Inc. is the story of women and men who in 1898 were, in various ways – romantically, entrepreneurially, innocently, nefariously – involved in a scheme to ship unmarried women to the Yukon's Klondike. There they were to be auctioned off to Dawson's miners who were, by then, rich and hungry for them. Most were willing participants. One young and beautiful - and defiant - Scottish lass was not.
 
Welcome to Three60N, the only podcast where we explore the North today. We're not here to focus on the extreme weather or feats of survival (although those are awesome); we're here to meet and chat with the people leading the way in northern life.
 
The life of American frontiersman, adventurer, and prospector "Swiftwater" Bill Gates as told by his mother in law. During the Klondike gold rush of the 1890's, Gates made and lost several fortunes. He once gave a dance house girl her weight in gold. His exploits in the Yukon are still talked about today. - Summary by Nick Bulka
 
Burning Daylight, Jack London's fictional novel published in 1910, was one of the best selling books of that year and it was his best selling book in his lifetime. The novel takes place in the Yukon Territory in 1893. The main character, nicknamed Burning Daylight was the most successful entrepreneur of the Alaskan Gold Rush. The story of the main character was partially based upon the life of Oakland entrepreneur "Borax" Smith. (Wikipedia)
 
In Jack London's first novel, he tells the story of Frona Welse, a strong and interesting heroine, "a Stanford graduate and physical Valkyrie," who heads to the Yukon gold fields after creating a stir in her hometown by being strong and forthright and by befriending the town's prostitute. In the course of her adventures, she finds herself at the distaff point of a love triangle. This novel contains very overt racial and gender stereotypes and as such reflects the attitudes growing in society ...
 
James Curwood wrote many adventures of the far north. By 1909 he had saved enough money to travel to the Canadian northwest, a trip that provided the inspiration for his wilderness adventure stories. The success of his novels afforded him the opportunity to return to the Yukon and Alaska for several months each year, which allowed him to write more than thirty such books.The Canadian North is often referred to as "God's Country" God’s Country is a tale of adventure, mystery and romance!
 
With a central news room in Anchorage and contributing reporters spread across the state, Alaska Statewide News captures the voices of Alaska and shares it with the world. Tune in to your local public radio station in Alaska, visit us online at ALASKAPUBLIC.ORG or subscribe to the Alaska News podcast right here. These are individual news stories, most of which appear in Alaska News Nightly (available as a separate podcast).
 
My Yukon Life is now a podcast show which you can listen to on our website. New podcasts are posted there every Monday evening. For one-half hour, step inside the world of Jennifer Hawks as she reports on life in the Yukon-- from local news to interviewing dog mushers, award-winning musicians, bush pilots, and others. Because we're no longer broadcasting on BlogTalkRadio, to listen to our archived and future podcasts please visit us on My Yukon Life's website listed below.
 
Alfred Louis Kroeber (1876-1960) was an American cultural anthropologist who founded the anthropology department at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as directing that campus’ Museum Of Anthropology from 1909 through 1947. Kroeber and his students did important work collecting cultural data on western tribes of Native Americans. Kroeber is credited with developing the concepts of culture area, cultural configuration , and cultural fatigue. Types of Indian Culture In California ...
 
Original 'old time radio' style productions mixed with the old time radio shows of the past! Also, audio dramas from various online producers. No Copyright Infringement Intended. Note: Permission was given by various other producers to broadcast their particular shows on New West Radio Theatre. Unless otherwise noted, all shows are from the following web site. http://mobilesoftwaredesign.com/OldTimeRadio/OtrPlayer/otr_player.html New West Radio Theatre original productions are copyright 2016 ...
 
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 5 recordings of To the Man of the High North by Robert Service. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for November 28, 2010.Robert William Service (January 16, 1874 – September 11, 1958) was a poet and writer, sometimes referred to as "the Bard of the Yukon".His writing was so expressive that his readers took him for a hard-bitten old Klondike prospector, not the later-arriving bank clerk he actually was.In addition to his Yukon works, Service also wrote poetr ...
 
Wildlife management is an essential part of preserving Northern cultures and environments. In this podcast series researchers, harvesters, scientists and park rangers paint the picture of the complexities, opportunities, and challenges associated with their lives and their work in the arctic.
 
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SHOW NOTES INTRODUCING NICOLE STEVENS! Since I left my public service career and ventured into entrepreneurship I have become an astute observer of things. Now that I no longer have a public service type job with tons of security built into it, I live in the world of providing real value and performance in order to continue receiving a paycheck. It…
 
The all new GMC Yukon grows six inches and gains a new independent rear suspension. That means 66% more cargo space and 40% more room in the 3rd row. A choice of two V8s and an inline-6 diesel too. Tom Voelk checks out the all new rugged AT4 model to see if GM has raised the bar high enough to compete (or beat) Ford Expedition. Sorry folks, would h…
 
The 2021 GMC Yukon Denali makes major changes to a decades-old formula. Is it enough to bring the model back to the top of the full-size American SUV segment? Benjamin spends a hot 24 hours inside GM's biggest sport-utility vehicle to find out, before trading it in for a longer stretch in the (still-underachieving) Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss…
 
00:00 Intro 19:00 Tellstones 29:00 Silver Dagger 36:00 Yukon Airways 41:22 Marvel Champions: Rise of Red Skull 44:51 Ohanami 50:00 The Broken Token 51:44 Empires of the North: Barbarians 57:35 Toy Hall of Fame Nominees 1:10:45 Portal Games 1:12:04 Tammany Hall 1:27:18 Warp’s Edge 1:33:00 Outro 1:41:36 Miniature Market We had a penalty on this episo…
 
Is the 2021 Cadillac CT5-V a marked improvement over the CT4-V in terms of driving feel, even though the two cars are surpisingly close in price? Benjamin gets his turn behind the wheel of the latest V Series and discovers what works, and what doesn't, about the quickest performance sedan from Caddy outside of a Blackwing. Sami re-acquaints himself…
 
SHOW NOTES Here are the links to the stories that we covered this week. I hope the tips and advice in this episode can help you prevent crime on your farms! Tip Of The Week Meet a deputy and go to a community meeting at your local Sheriff’s Office. Rural Crime In The U.S. https://www.wctv.tv/2020/10/23/shooter-confesses-to-nearby-farmer-after-doubl…
 
Incumbent Rep. Don Young debating Congressional candidate Alyse Galvin for Alaska’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, on October 22 at Debate for the State. (Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. You can subscribe to Alaska Public Media’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at…
 
SHOW NOTES The world of agricultural podcasting is a small one. I have been saying for years that we need more agricultural people to jump into this space. On today’s show we are lucky enough to profile somebody who has! Jason Medows launched his agricultural podcast, Ag State Of Mind, just over a year ago, and he got off to a great start. Based on…
 
Would you like to have a better understanding of the kingdom of God? On today's program I will be sharing a message entitled "Understanding the Kingdom of God." Many of the parables that Jesus taught were given to help us understand his kingdom. The word kingdom means the dominion of a king. Jesus Christ is our king. He desires his blessings in eve…
 
Gothic Line Armory is finally in the house! This week, Rob and Ryan join the crew to talk about their firearms company, Gothic Line Armoury, and how it is owned and operated by veterans who focus on what they know best… military style firearms and surplus. Plus, we talk about building rifles, the brilliant product … Continue reading Episode 377 – G…
 
Justin Williams photographs his food for his Instagram and Facebook accounts on Oct. 21, 2020 (Lex Treinen/Alaska Public Media) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. You can subscribe to Alaska Public Media’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Thursday on Alaska News…
 
The Genesis brand is finally getting an SUV and it looks like the 2021 GV80 was worth the wait. It will be hitting American roads in the fall of 2020 but if you want a detailed look at it now, Tom Voelk has you covered with a preview. A bonus, he talks to Tony Chen, Genesis Creative Manager and Lead Exterior Designer for the GV80 who describes the …
 
On our Tuesday episode this week I answered a listener’s question about how to get started in farming. I talked quite a bit about farm transition and actually messaged him privately suggesting that he listen to episodes 20 and 22 of the Off-Farm Income Podcast when I interviewed John Baker and Adam Kline about how to do this. Since those episodes a…
 
What is the greatest need in the body of Christ today? I am convinced that the greatest need that exists in the body of Christ is for believers to have their minds renewed to the word of God. Romans 8:6 declares: “To be carnally-minded is death, but to be spiritually-minded is life and peace.” Join me now for a message entitled “How to Win in Your …
 
The Alaska Supreme Court heard oral arguments in State of Alaska, Dept of Revenue v. North Pacific Fishing , et al. on October 21, 2020. At stake is a raw fish tax that’s shared with coastal fishing towns across Alaska. (Screenshot by Jacob Resneck/CoastAlaska) Alaska’s Supreme Court is weighing the legality of a raw fish tax that has pumped at lea…
 
Congolese refugees and a social worker from Catholic Social Services at Red Apple in Anchorage (Production still from “The Antidote”) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. You can subscribe to Alaska Public Media’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Wednesday on Alas…
 
State workers photograph every sign in the public right of way before they pull them. They also photograph all the signs from a patrol before they go into storage, as pictured here earlier this year. (Courtesy Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities) Earlier this month, Ricky Deising of Juneau noticed that two big campaign signs i…
 
Sen. Dan Sullivan and his wife, Julie Sullivan, watch President Trump sign the Save Our Seas bill in 2018 (White House) Republican U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan can be a hard person to pin down, especially when he’s asked about President Donald Trump’s statements and behavior. Take last year, when Trump was accused of pressuring Ukraine to dig up dirt on …
 
SHOW NOTES INTRODUCING MIKARA ANDERSON! If you want to know who the elite, future agricultural leaders are you need not look any further than the American Star Finalists in the FFA. In today’s episode I am lucky enough to profile Mikara Anderson. She is a finalist for the award of American Star Farmer in 2020. Mikara grew up on a small acreage in P…
 
Are you familiar with the passage of scripture that is found in 1 Peter 5:7? 1 Peter 5:7 declares: “Casting all your care upon him, for he cares for you.” On today’s broadcast, I will be sharing a message entitled “Eight Misconceptions about Worry”. Worry expects the worst; faith will believe for the best. I invite you to join me now.…
 
As Anchorage School District continues with virtual classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kasandra Tafoya and her brother Manuel Isaac Tafoya work on assignments from their family’s restaurant Pedro’s Mexican Grill on an October weekday afternoon. (Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. You can subscribe to Al…
 
The Alaska Army National Guard armory in Stebbins is now used as isolation housing for COVID-19 patients. (Gabe Colombo/KNOM) Stebbins is having one of the Norton Sound Region’s worst outbreaks of COVID-19 with at least 24 cases being reported since October 6. It’s also a community that doesn’t have running water, which is forcing the community of …
 
Screenshot from U.S. Tsunami Warning Center on Oct. 19, 2020 showing the areas under tsunami alert. Residents of coastal Alaska, from Sand Point to Kodiak, scrambled for higher ground and motored boats into deeper water Monday afternoon after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake hit near Sand Point and triggered a tsunami warning. Large waves did not appear,…
 
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Do you remember one of the primary prayers that the Apostle Paul prayed for the believers at Ephesus? In Ephesians chapter 3 he prayed that they would be strengthened with all might in their inner lives. Later in his letter, he told them, "Be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might." On today's broadcast, I will be teaching a message entit…
 
00:00 Restoration Games – Undaunted: Buffy the Vampire Slayer 08:30 Lindsay – Production Super Hero 16:30 Graphic artist vs Illustrator 24:30 Little Lindsay 35:40 Pandemic Legacy: Season 0 51:00 Daviau Down Time 59:10 Rank ‘Em We are trying something new with this unexpected release. You would think after eight years, we would learn not to try new …
 
The Alaska Army National Guard armory in Stebbins is now used as isolation housing for COVID-19 patients. (Gabe Colombo, KNOM) Stories are posted on the statewide news page. You can subscribe to Alaska Public Media’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Monday on Alaska News Ni…
 
What's up with roundabouts? What should my former foster grandpa name be? What are your weirdest stress coping mechanisms? What's your absurd dream scent? What are your favourite non-touristy places in Indiana? What would happen if a werewolf went to the moon? How do I cope with taking extra time for college? What do I do for a disrupted honeymoon?…
 
Porsche brought back it’s much loved flat-6 engine in the 718 but it only came in a package suited strongly for the track. Want that smoothness, punchiness, and throaty engine note with a dollop of comfort and civility? That would be the GTS 4.0. Available in both 718 Boxster and Cayman models, it gives up nothing for the driver that wants a good r…
 
SHOW NOTES INTRODUCING WILL SHELBY! Will Shelby has grown up around the profession of veterinary sciences. His father is a large animal vet in the Madill, Oklahoma area, and since the 8th grade Will has been riding and working with his father and other veterinarians in their area. Will is currently wrapping up his bachelor’s degree in animal scienc…
 
The 2021 Acura TLX comes out of the gate strong with a redesigned platfrom a new turbo base engine that offers 100 lb-ft more torque than the model it replaces. Sami spends time with the sport sedan to see if it's enough to make people care about the four-door passenger car segment in a world where SUV's reign supreme. Benjamin plunges back into th…
 
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