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Business Talk will feature Michelle Miller, Director and Jenifer Walker, Assist Director with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce on March 18, 2015 at 1:00 PM. They will discuss upcoming events in Gallia County and with the Chamber of Commerce.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and the NHL are the primary topics of this latest edition of the Gospel of Hockey, featuring City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka and fellow CoC co-editor Larry Snyder. The guys discuss how to evaluate this year's Penguins, who - despite a .500 record since mid-December - find themselves within a point of the Metropolitan Division lead with two months to go in the regular season. Does Jim Rutherford have another trade or two in mind? Should the Pens consider standing still at the upcoming trade deadline for the first time since 2012? What's Pittsburgh's biggest strength and most glaring liability? Matt and Larry wrap the show with general NHL talk, including their feelings on who may be ready for a sprint to the finish, and some discussion on Pittsburgh's college hockey team, the RMU Colonials.
7:30PM to 8:30 PM
The Gov Hour
8:30 PM to !0:30 PM
This Wednesday Line-up is in for the Russell Smith OF TAYLORMADE STABLES Radio Show. Starting @ 8:30pm cst
Back to rodeo we go, After an awesome show on Horsemanship With Horseman Sam.This Wednesday Guest is no strangers to rodeo. One guest is a Rodeo icon an the other guest is young local Barrel racer. Who is definitely on her climb to being great.
Let's welcome 13yr old Barrel Racer Sydney Carter , joining Syd will be her mother Tracy Carter is a Trainer Dani Zimbelman. We will be discussing what it takes to make it in rodeo, Mentally an physically. Along with the true dedication it takes.Big S/O to all the local ladies who ran this weekend.You"ll represented our area well. Hope to have you on soon.
Following Team Sydney , we will be catching back up with Cleo Hearn to see what him and his organization (COC)have coming up in 2015.
The Cowboys of Color Rodeo is the living dream of Cleo Hearn, a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association since 1959, he began producing rodeos in 1971. In 1995, he changed the name from the Texas Black Rodeo to Cowboys of Color Rodeo to be inclusive of other cultures. The rodeo was designed to "educate while it entertains," and highlights diverse cultural contributions that many history books fail to mention. The Cowboys of Color Rodeo is also a training ground for the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) and features over 200 culturally diverse cowboys and cowgirls of all colors competing for cash prizes.
Facts and cultural entertainment are provided between the rodeo events to educate the audience about a history they may never have heard.
1130pm EST special Steven James Experience. SJ will spin your favorite tracks and dish out some advice tonight with a special guest tonight ! so call in and ask for a song.. send one out to a love one or just ask him about a problem cause lord knows he's the one you want to help you... then God help us all.
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The NL Central has come calling for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who are trying to recover from a terrible losing streak to get back in playoff position. City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss return to discuss how the Bucs can do just that on this week's Three Rivers...One Show, the flagship program on CoC Radio. Who needs to raise their performance level for the Pirates to take advantage of crucial games against the Brewers and Cardinals? Why do they always seem to suffer through a slump at this time of the year? Are their playoff hopes already cooked? Meanwhile, the Steelers suffered through a beating at the hands of the Eagles in their third preseason game. What has stood out so far in exhibition play, good or bad?
The MLB non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone, and for the second consecutive year the Pittsburgh Pirates have decided to stand pat. City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Zac Weiss and Larry Snyder discuss what the Bucs' inactivity means to their postseason chances on the latest episode of Three Rivers...One Show on CoC Radio. Can Neal Huntington find a way to add through the waiver trade process? What was it about this year's trade market that left the Pirates out in the cold? Also, the guys address the start of Steelers training camp and a couple bits of news that have emerged from Latrobe.
City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Zac Weiss and Larry Snyder unite for the latest edition of Three Rivers, One Show - the flagship program on CoC Radio. The trio discuss the Pittsburgh Pirates' hot play immediately following the all-star break, including a fiery game Tuesday night against the Dodgers at PNC Park. What should the Bucs do to supplement their roster as the MLB trade deadline approaches? Also, Steelers training camp begins this weekend; what are some things to look for in the early days at St. Vincent's?
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Sermon from Bro. Dewayne Tapscott -- "Stop Running From God" -- Live service at the Southwest COC on 11-6-11. We would like to say thanks for being a part of our live service. May God bless you and have a great service.
City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka returns with the latest edition of Burgh Brew, a caffeinated look around the realm of Pittsburgh sports. His guest for this episode is CoC staff writer Larry Snyder, and the two tackle the Penguins' uncoventional management shuffle to start the program. What does the hiring of Jim Rutherford mean for the team's immediate future? What should we make of the way Dan Bylsma was dismissed? Is all well that ends well for the Pens, at least in this case? Also, the Pirates scored a knockout in the opener of their series against first-place Milwaukee. With 12 wins in their past 18 games, have the Bucs finally turned the corner on the season? The guys take a peek at the Riverhounds' latest match action and a new pro team in Washington, Pa., to watch.
Interview * Stuart Trew, The Council of Canadians (COC)
Topic: International Trade Deals - Who Benefits? Who Loses?
Millionaires can benefit from International Free Trade Deals, but most people don't.
Multinational Companies benefit from Free Trade Deals, but Local Companies don't.
Trade Deals say Municipal Governments can be sued by foreign companies for loss of profits, if they promote Buy Local Publicity Campaigns, or give contracts to local businesses.
Special protection for essential industries, like agriculture and water, are not allowed, with free trade agreements.
Stuart Trew, from The Council of Canadians, offers advice for people and municipalities who question the value of international trade deals.
Apparently, International Trade Deals can be challenged, and they can be cancelled.
Some municipalities have opted for exclusion from specific trade deals, or exclusion from certain clauses of specific trade deals.
International Trade Agreements are a relatively new phenomenon in the world, and the rules of the game are still being written.