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Revisiting the Ferrum @ CNU game, and the game vs. Maryville, at Ferrum.
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Guest: Shani Johnson, CEO, Life Strategist, Motivational Speaker, and Author. Shani currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband Orlando and their four beautiful children. Shani pursued her education against all odds. Her educational accomplishments include a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St. Louis University, a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Maryville University, and several doctoral hours in Organizational Leadership from Argosy University, where she plans to resume in the fall. Shani is also a certified life coach through Goal Imagery Institute.
Topic: The importance of discovering your purpose.
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For the second time in the last six weeks, Scott Carpenter is our guest. Scott is about to head out into the field to search for Bigfoot. He's coming to tell us all about the prep, the trip, and the hope for discovery of a very controversial creature.
Scott says: "I had my first experience with Bigfoot in 1972-1973 when two juvenile hairy bipeds peered at me through a glass door. In the Spring of 2009 I made some half hearted “whooping” calls while fishing on a local lake. The calls got the attention of something large, loud, and intimidating. It came to the shore line crashing through the underbrush and breaking limbs. Though the unseen creature never showed itself it did make an audible "hmmph" before walking slowly back into the forest. This peaked my interest in the topic. I began researching Bigfoot/Sasquatch both on public lands and in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
In February of 2011 I joined North American Bigfoot Search (NABS) and I have contributed many hair and saliva samples to the "Ketchum" DNA Project.
I have a BS in Computer Science and I am the Systems Administrator for a software development firm in Knoxville Tennessee. I make my home Maryville Tennessee in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains."
Edwin and Marsha Becker are a very creative and beloved couple who became interested in the paranormal when they moved in to an extremely haunted house. Edwin Becker became a bestselling author with the release of his book True Haunting in 2011 about what happened to them as a young couple with a new baby in their own home. Marsha Becker, who co-hosts The Paranormal Angels radio show with author Geraldine Palmer Bouse. Marsha also creates beautiful rosaries and has made several for the Vatican. He has appeared on SYFY's Paranormal Witness in the record breaking season two finale, "The Tenants." He has acted as guest, host and co-host on numerous commercial and internet radio shows across the world. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, a Baby Boomer. Coming from an abusive broken home, he spent a number of elementary years in Maryville, a Catholic children's institution. There, he learned Latin and became an altar boy. He went on to become a professional musician and spent his later teen years traveling the states with an R&B Show band. During his travels, he met and married his wife of almost 50 years. In college Ed studied the emerging field of computers and became very successful. Later suffering a near fatal heart attack, he retired to the Ozarks where he opened a collectible store for a number of years. He has been writing original stories for over three decades for pure enjoyment. He has two daughters that have given him four granddaughters. They now reside in Missouri, where they enjoy the year around activity and entertainment with their children, grandchildren, tons of friends and several beloved pets. True Haunting II is due this summer. Visit www.TrueHaunting.com
David Smith hiked the 2200-mile Appalachian Trail as a chaplain for the Holston Conference of The United Methodist Church. He is a member of Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tenn.
Smith, who was 69 at the time, completed the hike through 14 states from Georgia to Maine over a six-month period. Each year, 2-3 million people hike the Appalachian Trail.
For Smith, the woods can be a place for seeking God and finding spiritual rest. His trail nickname is “Shortstop.
The AT Chaplaincy is set to enter its third year. Bert Emmerson, a member of First United Methodist Church of Maryville, Tenn., has been selected as the 2015 chaplain. He will begin in June, hiking the trail from Maine to Georgia. Josh Lindamood, from Lynchburg, Va., was the first AT Chaplain. He was 26 at the time.
What type of training did you receive or what were the requirements for you to become the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
Why is there a need for a chaplain along the trail?
What was the most difficult part of your experience as the Appalachian Trail Chaplain?
What was the most rewarding part of your experience?
As you travel around the U.S. talking about your experiences, what is your primary goal?
Tell me how you acquired the nickname of “Shortstop.”
The AT Chaplaincy program is in its 3rd year, with Bert Emmerson heading out in June. What advice to you have for him?
Although you aren’t an official AT Chaplain any longer, do you still find yourself in that role from time to time?
How did being the AT Chaplain change you?
Join Matt and UT Hall of Fame coach Plilip Fulmer, VFL Chris Treece, Maryville College head Football coach Mike Rader, Loudon County head Football coach Jeff Hargin, MTSU Offensive Coordinator Buster Faulkner, and VFL UT and NFL Quarterback Erick Ainge. LIVE from the Knoxville Tennessee Sunsphere 7 pm ET August 28, 2014
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ONE GOOD COP....
The bravery shown by Sgt. Randy Henry during the investigation into the death of Brandon Ellingson has been inspiring. We look at how the actions of one good cop have provided insight into the actions of Tony Piercy...
SPECIAL PROSECUTOR SILENCE
For the second time in a year, a Special Prosecutor has found a reason not to file charges in two cases involving the 'good ol' boy' network in Missouri. What began in Maryville has been revisited in Morgan County....
THE BULLY SYSTEM: STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE
The Laclede County DFS office appears to endorse a bully system. Yesterday, a DFS employee, Amy Killion, watched while a former psych patient acts out at the end of a visit....
FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES
Admissions during this DFS visit from the children, speak to a threat against their lives for telling the truth....
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When it comes to compensation plans in law firms, one size does not fit all. How do you know if your organization is keeping up with current compensation trends to be competitive? Is your compensation plan aligned with your business plan? What if you have different geographic locations with vastly diverse market drivers? And does your compensation survey really provide you accurate data? Tune into this podcast with top compensation expert Edward Rataj and get actionable information for developing your compensation plan that will keep you competitive and profitable.
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