Monday January 27th, 2020 8:13PM

Afternoon News Wrap

LISTEN: Owners of Glo-Crest Dairy Farm in Clermont (and their cows) are this week's Local Business Spotlight
Ever wonder how your ice cream, milk and butter get to your grocery store? Owner of Glo-Crest Dairy Farm and Mountain Fresh Creamery, Dr. Jennifer Glover, gave the Afternoon News Wrap a behind the scenes look.
10:25AM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: New Georgia legislation helps address ongoing opioid epidemic
This week, the Afternoon News Wrap continued its year-long look at Georgia's opioid crisis by discussing new legislation passed to address the issue, inviting back to the show Dallas Gay, someone many have called the driving force behind abuse legislation in the state.
8:38PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Gainesville Police Department explains how their drug "drop box" program works
GPD Sgt. Kevin Holbrook joins the Afternoon News Wrap to look at the growing opioid abuse epidemic in the city and the department's recent expansion from two drug take back days a year to 365.
11:17AM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Kona Ice snow cone trucks help Gainesville residents keep cool, raise money for local causes
This week on the ANW's Local Business Spotlight, host Russell Brown chatted with Morgan Klieber of Kona Ice of Greater Gainesville, talking about the decision to enter the frozen treat business, as well as what the business is doing to help the community.
9:35PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Friends of Army 1LT Weston Lee discuss the legacy he leaves behind at UNG
Colin Marney and Nick Shaw, both students at the University of North Georgia and military members, talk about their plans for a scholarship in Lee's name as well who their friend was.
6:58PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Mental "burnout" increasingly common in health care-related professions
Mental "burnout" can take hold in any line of work, but it is especially prevalent (and dangerous) in the medical profession. Psychiatrist, instructor and author Dr. Michael F. Myers joined the ANW this week to talk about the issue increasingly popping up in the field of medicine, and how it can be addressed.
11:52PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Gwinnett County honors Animal Shelter volunteer who contributes over 1,000 hours a year
Sue Voorhees, a volunteer at the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter, is the recipient of the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award - an honor the United States government grants to volunteers who work 4,000 hours or more over the course of their lifetime. It took Voorhees only four years to achieve the honor.
7:14PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: How will President Trump's tax reform plan impact us in northeast Georgia?
CPA and Owner of CB Smith & Associates in Cumming, Chris Smith, joins the Afternoon News Wrap to explain what the new tax reform plan will mean for businesses and families.
7:12PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Research shows Christian millennials are not going to church, why?
Author of "Abandoned Faith: Why Millennials are Walking Away and How You Can Lead Them Home” and Christian radio talk show host, Dr. Alex McFarland, explains how churches can bring young adult Christians back to worship.
7:01PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Brenau University invites special, four-legged, guests to help students deal with the stress of finals week
The pressure of finals week takes its toll on university students, so the Hall County Animal Shelter has teamed up with Brenau University to provide "puppy therapy" to students. The adoptable animals are brought to the campus for students to take a break, make a new furry friend to unwind.
6:29PM ( 2 years ago )