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This is the destination for all of Newsradio 1070 WKOK's podcast programs. These podcasts include Newsradio 1070 WKOK's live telephone talk show On the Mark dealing with local and national issues with listener opinions included. Shikelllamy Braves Football, Boys Basketball and Wrestling is an complete archive of the high school sports broadcast from Newsradio 1070 WKOK. You'll also find (late Nov to Christmas) podcasts of award winning Talk To Santa program.
 
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Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan discuss the rioting/looting in Brooklyn Center, Minn., and issue of racism in policing, and we talked about citizen training, racism, police training, and other aspects of bias.על ידי WKOK Staff
 
Milton Newberry, III, Ph.D., Sustainable Technology Director, Evaluation Specialist, Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment, on the upcoming Sustainability Symposium April 23 and 24; Adapting in Uncertain Times. http://sustainabilitysymposium.scholar.bucknell.edu/ We will discuss the upcoming symposium, the hugely adapted fields of …
 
Michael Bobb MACC Executive Director Brandy Aungst MACC Program Director Tracey Bobb MACC Auction Committee Chairperson …on the Middle Creek Area Community Center 19th Anniversary Auction and Kids Fair. Tracey will call 1-800-795-9565 at about 7:10am or so. www.maccrec.org. We’ll discuss the facilities, rentals, child care, upcoming summer daycamps…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan host an open phones argument about the protesters seeking the removal of some Confederate monuments at Gettysburg Battlefield. We also discussed the US/Mexico border crisis, overnight protests and looting after a police shooting, and cancel culture.על ידי WKOK Staff
 
Susan Jordan, Executive Director, Susquehanna Valley Mediation, co-chair Union/Snyder Prison Re-Entry Coalition’s Education Committee, and Terrell Mosley, the Mediation Center’s re-entry coordinator, as April is Second Chance Month. We’ll discuss the work of the coalition, and the work needed in the community to better welcome people back from inca…
 
Victoria Rosancrans, on the Flags for Heroes initiatives, the Sunbury Rotary Club effort, the various sponsorship opportunities and how and when everyone can help, and when you can see the display. We’ll talk about the flags on the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge and other topics…על ידי WKOK Staff
 
J-A Babay, Library Director, Montgomery House Warrior Run Area Public Library, and Melissa Rowse, Library Director, the Degenstein Community Library, on the regional activities and events for the upcoming National Library Week. We’ll talk about the life-changing work of local library, how the pandemic underscored their many resources, and how the f…
 
Danielle Bronowicz, Susquehanna River Cleanup Committee Chairperson, on their spring cleanup April 18. We’ll talk about the mission of the group, the committee makeup and size, why they are willing to help in this way, how and when people can help, what to bring and wear, where to get more information, and who is sponsoring.…
 
Robert Garrett, President and CEO, Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Art Thomas, Chairman GSVCC, President Meck-Tech and Diversified Construction Inc., with their reaction to the latest US and PA jobless numbers and have updates on the local labor market. Chad Evans, founder and President Stone State Entertainment, WQKX Radio Pers…
 
Samantha Pearson, Executive Director Lewisburg Neighborhoods, Elm Street Manager, and Walk it! Bike it! (WIBI) Coordinator, on a wide range of pandemic and local topics. We’ll talk about the rise in local COVID cases, how local cases are going up might not be as much of an issue now that more people are vaccinated, hospitalizations are also going u…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan host American University professor and CBS News Analyst Leonard Steinhorn, talking about President Joe Biden’s gun law changes, infrastructure plans and the US Mexico border crisis. During open phones, we discuss immigration and other topics.על ידי WKOK Staff
 
Brad Hare, Sunbury Police Chief, on the ‘state of the department,’ surviving the pandemic, hiring new officers, wearing body cams, and other changes in the department. We’ll talk about the new nearly million dollar police station, and the city police training and procedures ‘post 2020.’על ידי WKOK Staff
 
Joanne Troutman, President and CEO, Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way, on GROW: The Gaining Resiliency and Obtaining Wellness initiative, and their upcoming summit. She’ll discuss the root reasons for the initiative; addressing the real impacts of poverty and other trauma, how we used to call ‘living under a lot of stress’ was actually a life l…
 
Erica Shames, President and Publisher, Susquehanna Life, on the spring issue, and the episode of ‘Susquehanna Live Out Loud’ podcast. We’ll reiterate the spring time, rejuvenation, renewal theme as we discuss the ‘Lewisburg Pod School,’ which is a modern one room school house, we’ll talk about the growing hobby of gardening and herb usage.…
 
John Columbo, Individual Sales Manager, Geisinger Health Plan, on Pennie, the state’s insurance exchange, the current enrollment period (and extensions), what is covered and how to enroll. We’ll talk about the GHP options, subsidies, reducing premiums, and the Pennie/GHP FAQ’s. He can also mention Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Progra…
 
Movie Mike McGranaghan, professional movie critic, author and ‘women-in-cinema’ advocate, with his review of ‘Nobody,’ and entertainment news, including the death of George Segal, and finally: Disney has released a schedule! The big titles are comin.’על ידי WKOK Staff
 
State Senator John Gordner (R-27th, Berwick) State Senate Majority Whip, on the PA budget negotiations, investigating nursing homes and the Gov. Wolf administration, any proposed gun law changes in Pennsyvlania, and the failed, and soon to appear, referenda.על ידי WKOK Staff
 
Tim Schaeffer, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, with a quick ‘state of the PF&BC, on the trout stocking that has taken place, the increase in trophy sized trout (think 14 inches or more), and the mentored youth trout fishing day this weekend. We’ll talk about the opening of trout season next weekend, the pandemic’s impact …
 
Dr. Rutul Dalal, Medical Director, Infectious Diseases, UPMC Susquehanna, on vaccine hesitancy, how a fraction of the country can slow returning to normal for the rest of us, and the race against the variants. We’ll get full updates on the vaccines, then some information/advice for the long haulers, more clarification about what fully vaccinated pe…
 
Dr. Chris Martine, the star of ‘Plants are Cool Too,’ is back on Sunrise with his take on the Hasbro ‘Potato Head’ controversy. Turns out Mr. Potato Head has been both Mr. and Mrs. all along it was just kids jabbing on the parts that differentiated between papa potato and mama spud. Dr. Martine has brought us the ‘Plantsgiving’ conversation last No…
 
Kahla Woodling DeSmit, Managing Director, Lewisburg Children’s Museum, on how they creatively helped kids thrive and learn during the pandemic, what is the status of their opening now, and their big 2021 planned. We’ll talk about their Mauch Project/League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area project (could this help fix the big divide in the US??…
 
Dr. Lindsay Sauers, psychologist, UPMC Behavioral Health, UPMC Williamsport, on the ‘state of our teens’ lately. We’ll talk about young people thriving during the pandemic, and talk about helping any who are struggling. We’ll ask how is COVID fatigue affecting adolescents, how we all can we help adolescents, and ask…what do teens need?…
 
Movie Mike McGranaghan, professional movie critic, women-in-cinema advocate, author and prolific Tweeter…with his review of ‘The Courier’ and we’ll discuss new movies coming out, ‘Happily’ and ‘Jumbo.’ In entertainment news, he’ll discuss Glenn Close’ Oscar nominations, and of course, her Razzies nomination!…
 
Dr. Jennifer Franceschelli-Hosterman, Geisinger, Internist, Pediatrician, on the other epidemic…childhood obesity. Prior to the pandemic, many young people we’re active enough, and lock-downs and home schooling hasn’t helped. We’ll talk about the research their doing at Geisinger and ways to get kids more active…
 
Joanne Troutman, President and CEO, Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way, speaking as a private citizen on the USA Today article this week talking about people with immune issues and the COVID-19 vaccine. We’ll discuss concerns, the decision, and the data we know so far, and far more precarious balancing act she had to consider…risk vs. benefit vs…
 
Sue Auman, Executive Director, Union-Snyder Community Action Agency, on the results of their occasional ‘Community Needs Assessment’ (CNA) and their findings. We’ll talk about how the pandemic has really underscored some serious unmet needs around here, but also how a local community response is easing some of critical issues in The Valley. We’ll t…
 
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