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Here at the Waco Police Department, we work daily to Build Relationships, Engage the Community, and Actively work to keep you safe because Together we can create a thriving community. Our new podcast Waco PD on the BEAT is here for YOU to learn a lot more about the officers that are keeping you safe, how the police department works, and what crime increases and decreases we’re seeing in your community.
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The Waco Shepherd's Heart Podcast

The Shepherd's Heart Food Pantry and The Waco Community

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Good news is best told from a first-person perspective. So many great stories don’t get told to the right audience. We want Wacoans to hear the great stories that we hear, told by the pillars in our community who care about meeting needs in the community here in Waco Texas.
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The Waconia Pulse

The Smothers Falk Realty Group

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A community-based podcast presented by the Smothers and Falk Realty Group highlighting all things Waconia, MN, and the surrounding area. The Smothers and Falk Realty Group consists of licensed real estate agents in the state of Minnesota with the brokerage RE/MAX Advantage Plus. You can find them online at smothersfalk.com. If you have a Waconia or real estate related question or comment that you would like included on this podcast, please call 612-352-9177.
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Originally Aired 06/2019 In this episode In one afternoon, 114 people lost their lives and Downtown Waco’s skyline was forever changed. Eric Ames, Assistant Director for Marketing & Communication for the Baylor University Libraries and ITS, walks us through the day the 1953 tornado touched down. We talk about the damage the storm caused, stories of…
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Since its dedication in 1910, Waco's Cameron Park has grown from 125 to more than 400 acres, with land gifts from the Cameron family, and has provided children with countless hours of exercise and enjoyment. Charlie Turner of Hewitt recalls playing in the park as a young boy in the 1950s and 60s: "There were some little wading pools we would go pla…
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Among southern states, Texas was a leader in the desegregation of public education. In 1964, Texas accounted for approximately 60 percent of integrated school districts in the South. Robert Lewis Gilbert was the first black teacher to be hired in a white school in Waco and describes taking on that position: "Everybody was telling me before I went, …
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The mission of Historic Waco is to preserve the heritage of Waco and McLennan County, Texas for future generations and to present enriching diverse historical experiences for audiences of all ages. Our mission is fulfilled through educational programming, community lectures, diverse exhibitions, and through our three interpreted house museums that …
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Do you know the road to deep devotion to Christ may very well start with doubt? In John 20:19-31 we find a fascinating account of how this took place 2,000 years ago and discover how God continues to bring great devotion to Christ in the lives of people who started with doubt.De către Grant Kaul
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In August 1910 on the corner of Fifth & Austin in downtown Waco, construction began on a state-of-the-art, steel-frame office building. Founders and board members of the newly formed Amicable Life Insurance Company had originally planned a structure with eight stories, but that number soon rose to seventeen and then twenty-two. Construction on the …
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What does it look like for a church to be spiritually compromised, and how serious is the issue? As we’ll see this morning, Jesus’s letter to the church at Pergamum answers these questions and reveals how Christians are to respond when compromises with the world have taken root in the church.De către Grant Kaul
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During the Great Depression, newspapers struggled alongside other businesses throughout the country, as many of their customers were having to pinch pennies like never before. At the time of this 1974 interview, Harlon Fentress was chairman of the board of directors of Newspapers Incorporated, which owned the Waco Tribune-Herald. He recounts his da…
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Hello Waco! We are BACK and ready to share our stories with you!! We've taken a bit of a hiatus but we are ready to get back at it, informing you all there is to know about Waco PD, the good we're doing in our community, and the hot topic crimes we want you to look out for! Our first episode back in 2024 is all about our website, we give a detailed…
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Even with its dry spells, wind, and blistering heat, Waco has enjoyed a bounty of flowers over the years. Mary Sendón recalls the Cotton Palace expositions held in the early 1900s in the Bell's Hill area: "They kept the grounds so beautiful. You never saw so many chrysanthemums in all your life as you would see at the Cotton Palace. They planted th…
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This is Living Stories, featuring voices from the collections of the Baylor University Institute for Oral History. I'm Louis Mazé. In 1881, Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. formed with the purpose of operating exchanges in Arkansas and Texas. The company took over exchanges in Galveston and Houston and started several others across the stat…
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