Jeana Newbern and Cathy Raymond from the Lake Sunapee VNA & Hospice are here as we talk about "Hospice Month." We discuss what hospice is, the VNA's history with hospice, how a family obtains hospice, what are some of the misconceptions of hospice and much more.
Joe Osgood and I talk about getting older & things not working right, flying cars, being in a plane, the coronovirus, wear a mask, Trumps election, my thoughts on Trump 2024, and more.
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase is here. We talk about the glory that is his beard and how it's so much better than Newport's Police Chief Brent Wilmot's mustache. We talk about the alligator that NH Fish and Game obtained in Claremont, the baseball bat attack in Claremont, Claremont PD at Walmart, Covid and more.
Wayne and Ed are in studio talking about what they are doing for Thanksgiving this year, Covid concerns, Ed sold his rat rod and his boat, will I or won't I get a new car this year, putting snow tires on, and much more.
Leigh Stocker from Summercrest is on talking about financial planning for seniors, things to look out for, families planning for the future, different roles the adult children have, and more
County Manager Derek Ferland is on talking about the County, adult education classes, the Lead Abatement program , Southwestern Community Services' assistance programs, the Nursing Home and Corrections Covid safety, and more.
Newport Police Chief Brent Wilmot talks Newport Football, mask mandates, what I learned in college, Newport PD hiring, and more.
Outgoing coordinator Rick Maynard introduces the new coordinator Warren Coughlin, as we gear up for a big Toys for Tots drive this year. Rick is retiring, but will still help out, and Warren is taking over the leadership duties for the local organization. We talk about the upcoming needs for donations this year and also the need in the community after the pandemic. Toys for Tots IS happening this year.
My wife Christine is here talking about how she decorated my studio for my birthday, the RVCC Nursing Program, what her class will be doing for a fundraiser for the Pinning Ceremony, how to buy a raffle ticket, and more.
From the Newport Recreation Department, PJ Lovely is here talking about the Rec Center, looking ahead to the Winter, Newport Football and more.
Joe Osgood is here talking about the Trump re-count and disputed election, does Joe think Trump really won, and is there a path to victory? We talk Covid 19, local cases, the Sullivan County Nursing Home, travel restrictions and more.
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase is here this week as we talk about his pickles, dilly beans and other goodies he dropped off last week for me. We talk scams in the news, not becoming a victim of those scams, and the Chief tells a story about almost catching a scammer in another community.
Maddie Miller - a Senior at Newport High School - is heading a project in our community to have donations of cards and letters mailed to Woodlawn Care Center in Newport. At time of recording, Woodlawn had announced 22 of their residents in the care home have been infected with Covid 19. Maddie had worked at Woodlawn this summer, and has a personal connection to one who is infected, though she wants to help as many as possible. Her request is for as many students in the Newport School System, and people in our community, to take the time to write a letter for those who are infected. She talked about the short staff at Woodlawn, her wanting to go back to work there to help but is unable to because of school and more. We also talked about her school's HOSA event this Friday, what they are raising money for, and who can attend.
Ray Gagnon is here this week letting us all know that his birthday is just 10 days away. Haha. Ray talks about the election, not winning his race, Biden Vs Trump, my prediction for two Americas, will Trump be a Cleveland or Hoover, and more.
Bruce Kozlik & John Burdalo are on talking about the Unity Veterans Memorial to be unveiled and displayed this Sunday on the Town Common. We talk bout the process of getting the memorial, where the stone came from, how the bricks work (and how to donate to buy a brick), why the new memorial, what's happening on Sunday and more.
Newport Police Chief Brent Wilmot talking about Newport football this weekend, the situation that happened at Newport High School this past week, Covid in the school, Covid in the area, and much more.
Joe Osgood is here just 2 days after the election. Joe announces that he has not gotten official confirmation that he won the County Commissioner race, but he believes he won. Ray Gagnon called up. Ray was running against Joe and congratulated him on the phone. Joe tells us about his wife getting a new job, and I question if she will still have time to make me food....as she made me some Magic Cookie Bars, which Joe brought in for me today. We talk politics, the National election, Trump Vs Biden, different ways it could all shake down, possible riots in our country and more. Plus we look locally, Sununu's "wed wave" in New Hampshire, and Joe tells all candidates to pick up their sign.
Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase talks about the huge voter turnout in Claremont Tuesday, recapping the Beards For Bucks "Hot Chip Challenge" Vs Chief Wilmot plus ideas for next year, the Claremont PD working at Walmart these next few weekends, how the Drive-Boo Halloween event went, we talk high school football and more.
Wayne and Eddie are in studio talking about how snowy and slippery the roads are, the last snow storm, favorite color of vehicles, how Halloween went, keeping up Christmas lights, voting today and more.
Joe Kenney, Republican candidate for the Executive Council, talks about his campaign for his old seat, the role of the Executive Council, what his opiate has done the last two years, and more
Leigh Stocker from Summercrest Zooms in from her home. She is taking the day off from work but still comes on the radio. We talk about working from home, rooms available at the new expansion at Summercrest, the upcoming holiday season, and more.
Ray Gagnon is here talking about politics, the General Lafayette dedication in Newport last week, Trump, tomorrow's election, Ray's take on how he thinks the election will go, several callers call in to discuss politics with Ray, and much more
Newport Police Chief Brent Wilmot talks about the Child Advocacy Center in our area with Jody Thompson and Sam Townsend. We talk about what the CAC does, how it helps children, families and law enforcement. We discuss raising money for the CAC, Newport Vs Claremont's fundraising, the Beards For Bucks competition, hot chip challenge between Chief Wilmot and Claremont's Chief Chase, and lots more.
Jenn Alford-Teaster (D) candidate for State Senate and Dan Feltes (D) candidate for NH governor, are here talking about the campaign, why Dan decided to campaign for the office of Governor, how NH has done with Covid, do both of them support an income or sales tax, negative ads happening right now, and lots more. Plus we find out both Jenn and Dan's favorite comic book characters, what they are doing for Halloween, Jenn reads a poem and more.
State Representative Steve Smith (R) and State Senator Ruth Ward (R) talk about the state of the State, re-election campaign, drones, flying cars, privacy concerns, the Spring in the State House, Covid, school funding & choice, and much more.