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Monday October 26th, 2020 8:53AM

LISTEN: Saving the Electoral College

By Mornings on Maine Street
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Gov. Kemp. explicitly voids mask orders in 15 localities
Gov. Brian Kemp is explicitly banning Georgia's cities and counties from ordering people to wear masks in public places.
5:23AM ( 55 minutes ago )
Citing health, Banks County Commission chairman announces Aug. 31 resignation
With his voice breaking several times as emotion overcame him, Banks County Commission Chairman Jimmy Hooper announced he will resign his position Aug. 31.
9:34PM ( 1 day ago )
Trump administration rescinds rule on foreign students
The Trump administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic
3:45PM ( 1 day ago )
Politics
LISTEN: Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols joins Morning Talk
Echols joined WDUN's Morning Talk Wednesday to talk about the end of the moratorium on utility disconnects during the pandemic.
11:00AM ( 19 hours ago )
LISTEN: Gainesville Schools Superintendent Jeremy Williams on reopening
Williams joined WDUN's Morning Talk to discuss how the city school system is looking to reopen in-person learning for the 2020-2021 school year.
10:30AM ( 19 hours ago )
LISTEN: Steve Syfan talks COVID-19 outbreak at Syfan Logistics
Steve Syfan joined Morning Talk Tuesday to talk about a recent outbreak of Coronavirus within the Gainesville-based business Syfan Logistics.
10:30AM ( 1 day ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Chris Wallace "Countdown 1945"
Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace joined WDUN's Bill Maine on Maine Street to talk about his new book "Countdown 1945." It's an inside look into the minds of the iconic an elusive figures who join the quest for the bomb and an end to World War II.
3:53PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Dot Con: Scamming the Scammers
A "friend" emails with a request for money. They've been stranded in another country and can't get home without your help (i.e. money). Amazing since they never told you they were leaving and a quick phone call reveals they're at home. James Vietch has taken on the scammers in a way that is most humorous and one that you can use.
10:40AM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: What vaccines does your cat need?
While cats are fairly independent, they do need some help to stay healthy. WDUN's Bill Maine spent some time on Maine Street with Dr. Marie Lance of Lance Animal Hospital discussing what vaccines you should consider for your feline.
10:36AM ( 1 month ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Gov. Kemp. explicitly voids mask orders in 15 localities
Gov. Brian Kemp is explicitly banning Georgia's cities and counties from ordering people to wear masks in public places.
By Associated Press
5:23AM ( 55 minutes ago )
Citing health, Banks County Commission chairman announces Aug. 31 resignation
With his voice breaking several times as emotion overcame him, Banks County Commission Chairman Jimmy Hooper announced he will resign his position Aug. 31.
9:34PM ( 1 day ago )
Trump administration rescinds rule on foreign students
The Trump administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic
3:45PM ( 1 day ago )
Trump's reelection operation hires 1,500 field staffers
The Republican National Committee and President Donald Trump’s campaign say they have now hired 1,500 field staffers, aiming to convert their financial advantage over Democrats into votes in November
6:36AM ( 2 days ago )
Cleveland City Council back at full capacity
The Cleveland City governing board is back to its normal number with the swearing-in of the city’s new Mayor Josh Turner and Ward 2 Councilwoman Rebecca Yardley earlier this week.
By Dean Dyer, WRWH
6:59AM ( 6 days ago )