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Tuesday February 21st, 2017 1:48PM
LISTEN: Chestatee Academy's "Keys to Character" builds lasting relationships between students and teachers
The Afternoon News Wrap pays a visit to Chestatee Academy to speak with middle school students and teachers about a new program that enforces positive character traits and values among the community's future leaders.
10:28AM ( 4 days ago )
By Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: "Stop the Bleed" campaign aims to spread knowledge, tools needed in incidents of severe bleeding
Surgeons, doctors and other medical professionals were lobbying at the state capitol this week, pushing for legislation and funding to install tourniquet kits across Georgia's public schools.
7:52PM ( 5 days ago )
By Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: What you should ask about plumbing before you buy your next home
You don't have to know plumbing when it comes to buying your next home, just what questions to ask. Scott Roberts of Roberts Plumbing shares a checklist you should follow before moving in.
7:03AM ( 6 days ago )
By Bill and Joel
LISTEN: Lavonia police officers discuss recovery process after December shootings
Two Lavonia police officers, Cpt Michael Schulman and Officer Jeffrey Martin, were shot at a traffic stop in December. After surviving the attack, the two were honored with Purple Hearts. They talk about what the experience was like and what the honor means to them and their families.
7:30PM ( 6 days ago )
By Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: Beer, tuxedos, and flowers can only mean one thing: a great business idea
Josh Jones is the owner of Travelin Jones, a unique bottle shop that also specializes in tuxedo rentals and flowers. Jones talked to Russell Brown about the one of a kind business, and where the ideas come from, in this week's "Local Business Spotlight," presented by Roberts Plumbing.
5:58PM ( 6 days ago )
By Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: Rethinking the War on Poverty
America set out to end poverty in the 1960's. So far very little progress has been made. Peter Cove, author of "Poor No More", share some practical ideas on actually make progress to reduce poverty, put more people back to work, and reduce the dependence on the government.
1:03PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Chris Britt brings Book of Matthew to life
Bringing a book of the Bible to life on stage is no easy task. Chris Britt discusses how he was called to put together his one-man show "The Gospel of Matthew".
11:03AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: What Todd Starnes will tell Georgia legislators this week
Todd Starnes is in Atlanta this week and will spend time with a group of state legislators. He gives WDUN's Bill and Joel a preview of what he'll say.
11:03AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Sweetheart deals on travel from Annita Thomas
Annita Thomas of Travel Bags shares some great ideas on giving the gift of travel for Valentine's Day or any day.
11:03AM ( 1 week ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel Archive
Bill & Joel
LISTEN: Want your luggage to survive the trip? Pick the right suitcase.
Annita Thomas of Travel Bags on WDUN shares information on helping select the luggage right for the way you pack and the way you travel including the best features for surviving baggage handlers.
9:25AM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: The three "Deplorables" on Morning Talk tell their story
You've seen the t-shirts. Meet the women who created them and are proud to be "Deplorables" in support of Trump.
9:36AM ( 5 months ago )
LISTEN-Trump Policy Analyst Rear Admiral Chuck Kubic
Retired Rear Admiral Chuck Kubic, a policy analyst for Donald Trump, at the RNC with WDUN's Joel Williams and Mitch Clarke on what it's like working for Trump and the candidate's vision for America.
11:55AM ( 6 months ago )
Morning Talk Archive
Morning Talk
LISTEN: How does North Georgia feel about Valentine's Day?
Love is in the air, as Valentine's Day arrives. Russell Brown hit the streets of Gainesville to see what people thought about the holiday, what special plans they may have, and any celebrity crushes they would like to spend the day with, in this week's Man On the Street.
6:22PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: High school mountain biking sees rapid rise in popularity and support
In recent years, Georgia became one of only a handful of states to recognize mountain biking as an official high school sport. Mountain biking's popularity has grown immensely in the short time since that decision, and the ANW decided to take a deep dive into the rapidly expanding sport.
11:59PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Drive thru "food stand" delivers big flavor in Gainesville
Neat Eats "Half Baked" is a "to go" drive thru food stand, where customers can buy oven ready meals and desserts. Owner, Nicole Kempker, talks about what makes Neat Eats unique in this week's "Local Business Spotlight," presented by Roberts Plumbing.
6:07PM ( 1 week ago )
Afternoon News Wrap Archive
Afternoon News Wrap
Truett McConnell women's soccer coach David McDowell on his team's run to the AAC tournament semis
Coach David McDowell joined the Nov. 8 edition of Game On with Katie B. Davis to talk about his team's season, keeper Lexi Kent - who had two saves in the PK period against Reinhardt - and the prospectus of the team moving forward.
7:37AM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville football coach Bruce Miller on the state playoffs and the return of QB DJ Irons
GHS coach Bruce Miller joined the Nov. 8 edition of Game On with Katie B. Davis to talk about the matchup and the return of his quarterback DJ Irons from a one-game suspension.
7:35AM ( 3 months ago )
Rabun County football coach Lee Shaw on his team's historic 2016 season
Coach Lee Shaw joined the Nov. 9 edition of Game On with Katie B. Davis to weigh in on the significance of the history-making season and discuss his team's first-round-of-state matchup with BEST Academy out of Atlanta.
7:32AM ( 3 months ago )
Game On with Katie B. Davis Archive
Game On with Katie B.
Brenau hosts first Dempsey Dash 5K honoring late Executive Vice President
Brenau University will host the inaugural Dempsey Dash 5K next month, celebrating the memory of the university’s long-time Executive Vice President and CFO Wayne Dempsey, who died May 2, 2014.
By AccessWDUN staff
10:30PM ( 2 days ago )
No one claims responsibility for KKK signs on Dahlonega square
No one has claimed responsibility for hanging a sign and flags with Ku Klux Klan symbols on a building in downtown Dahlonega Thursday.
By AccessWDUN Staff
10:53AM ( 4 days ago )