Mitch Clarke is director of special projects for Jacobs Media and the director of WDUN's political coverage He is a reformed print journalist, having spent nearly three decades covering local, state and national politics. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @MitchAClarke
Superior Court Chief Judge Kathlene F. Gosselin, the first woman elected to a judgeship in Hall County, will retire in 2024 when her current term expires, bringing to a close nearly four decades on the bench.
Sue Davis-Westmoreland, one of the people who teaches the Mental Health First Aid training classes through the United Way, discusses what the program is about, who to recognize people in crisis and why everyone should consider taking the class.
Dr. Kristen Green, a licensed psychologist in Gainesville specializing in helping children and adolescents, discusses a recent CDC study that reveals teens girls are engulfed in a wave of anxiety and trauma.
Dr. Sonali Ganguly, an endocrinologist at the Longstreet Clinic in Gainesville, discusses the injectible diabetes drug Ozempic and why some people looking to lose weight are buying up the drug, causing a shortage for people who need it.
Dr. Suzanne Turner, a licensed psychologist in Gainesville specializing in helping women, discusses mental health challenges for women, including advice on how to recognize anxiety and depression before it becomes too serious.
Dr. Marshall Bruner, an assistant professor of psychology in the Lynn J. Darby School of Psychology and Adolescent Counseling at Brenau University, discusses mental health challenges for men and boys, as well as how parents can identify if their child is in crisis.
WDUN AM/FM is returning to its roots later this year when it relocates its broadcast studios to the first floor of the Gainesville Renaissance building, just steps from where the legendary radio station began
75 years ago.