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Georgians face Monday deadline to register to vote on June 9
Georgians have until the end of the day Monday to register to vote in the June 9 elections
11:03AM ( 22 hours ago )
Gainesville plans 'soft opening' for May 18 as pandemic lingers
Slowly but surely, governments are reopening for business around North Georgia, and the city of Gainesville said it is ready for what it calls a "soft opening" on Monday, May 18.
4:00AM ( 2 days ago )
Demorest city manager refuses mayor’s request to resign
Demorest City Manager Kim Simonds will not honor Mayor Rick Austin’s request that she resign.
5:01PM ( 4 days ago )
Politics
LISTEN: Dr. Kathleen Toomey joins Morning Talk
Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey joined WDUN's 'Morning Talk' to talk about the state's efforts to ramp up Coronavirus testing and her recent visit to Gainesville.
2:30PM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: The Lincoln Conspiracy-Brad Meltzer
Brad Meltzer has teamed up once again with Josh Mensch for their second non-fiction title. Meltzer took time to speak with WDUN's Bill Maine of Mornings on Maine Street about "The Lincoln Conspiracy". The plot sounds like Meltzer's fiction thrillers but it is all true.
12:15PM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: Celebrating National Nurses Day
Dr. Carolynn DeSandre Dean of the College of Health Sciences and Professions at UNG spent some her morning on Maine Street with WDUN's Bill Maine discussing the state of the nursing profession. Dr. DeSandra says the current graduating class was called into action earlier than usual due to the need for healthcare workers during the pandemic.
9:46AM ( 5 days ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: T.J. Smith talks about the next edition in the Foxfire book series
T.J. Smith, president and executive director of The Foxfire Fund, shares details about the latest release in the Foxfire book series and talks Southern Appalachian culture with Bill Maine on WDUN's Mornings on Maine Street.
10:58AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: David Baldacci brings back Amos Decker for another great read
Best selling author David Baldacci spent part of his morning on Maine Street with WDUN's Bill Maine to discuss his latest thriller "Walk the Wire."
10:36AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Atlanta Braves announcer Jim Powell
Jim Powell shared some conversation with Bill Maine on WDUN's Mornings on Maine Street about what he's doing during the shelter-in-place order and what he expects from the Braves when they return to the diamond.
11:49AM ( 2 weeks ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Georgians face Monday deadline to register to vote on June 9
Georgians have until the end of the day Monday to register to vote in the June 9 elections
11:03AM ( 22 hours ago )
Gainesville plans 'soft opening' for May 18 as pandemic lingers
Slowly but surely, governments are reopening for business around North Georgia, and the city of Gainesville said it is ready for what it calls a "soft opening" on Monday, May 18.
4:00AM ( 2 days ago )
Demorest city manager refuses mayor’s request to resign
Demorest City Manager Kim Simonds will not honor Mayor Rick Austin’s request that she resign.
5:01PM ( 4 days ago )
Lt. Gov. Duncan says he'll take pay cut in light of coronavirus pandemic
Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan said Wednesday if Georgia's state agencies have to make 14% budget cuts in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, then he's willing to take a pay cut.
By AccessWDUN Staff
11:05AM ( 4 days ago )
Demorest votes to reinstate former police chief, asks city manager to resign
A crowd of more than 75 people braved a severe thunderstorm Tuesday night to make their voices heard to Demorest leaders about recent controversial firings, appointments and other actions in the city.
1:48AM ( 5 days ago )