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Sunday December 17th, 2017 12:51AM

Afternoon News Wrap

LISTEN: "I didn't see it coming": What one family said about losing their son to opioid addiction
Tane Robson Shannon shares the story of losing her son to opioid abuse. Grades were good. Everything seemed "normal." But things were far from it. Hear the advice she has for families to keep from finding themselves in the same situation.
4:45PM ( 2 months ago )
LISTEN: Get a look at opioids from a doctor's perspective
Dr. Tennant Slack talks about the use and abuse of opioids as a physician who works with pain management.
4:45PM ( 2 months ago )
LISTEN: Dallas Gay shares an overview of the scope of opioid addiction
Dallas Gay discusses the scope of the opioid problem in the North Georgia area and what is being done to combat it.
4:30PM ( 2 months ago )
LISTEN: Hear one young man's struggle with opioid addiction
North Georgia resident Avery Nix shares details of his struggles with opioid addiction from how he got started while in high school to how he was able to get clean and use his experience to help others.
4:30PM ( 2 months ago )
LISTEN: Go behind the scenes at the Kipper Tool Co. in Gainesville
The Kipper Tool Company works with America's military branches to provide solders customized tool kits around the globe.
10:27AM ( 3 months ago )
LISTEN: Star of "Ash vs. the Evil Dead," Bruce Campbell
Entertainment reporter Bill Wilson talks with the actor about his new book, "Hail to the Chin: More Confessions of a B Movie Actor."
4:21PM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: The Crazy Mule Arts and Antiques store takes Lula "back in time"
The Afternoon News Wrap pays a visit to the Crazy Mule, located in a nearly 100 year old former General Store, for the Roberts Plumbing Local Business Spotlight.
12:35PM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: How does recovery begin for an opioid drug addict?
Dr. Rustin McAllister and Deb Brock from the Lanier Treatment Center talk about the road to recovery, how Methadone works and the importance of a support group.
9:31AM ( 5 months ago )
LISTEN: The Gainesville Jaycees explain the importance of a "Gut Check" for young men
Operations Director with the Gainesville Jaycee's Gut Check program, Cory Cummings, joins the Afternoon News Wrap to explain what the program is all about and what it teaches local teenage boys.
9:13AM ( 5 months ago )
LISTEN: Truett Mcconnell University student competes on National Bible Bee game show
Rising TMU junior Andrew Nichols, 18, of Sautee Nacoochee recently competed on the National Bible Bee game show hosted by Kirk Cameron.
8:54AM ( 5 months ago )