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Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

Canine Flu and your Pets

Chelsea Mitchell of the Charlottesville- Albemarle SPCA, talks with Les Sinclair about the Canine Flu that’s pervasive in Illinois and what we need to know about it here. Also, how do you prepare your pets for the change of the season.


Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

Director of Walton’s Museum on Earl Hamner Jr.

Earl Hamner Jr. was maybe best known for bringing us “The Walton’s”, he died Thursday in California. The Director of The Walton’s Museum, in Schuyler Virginia, Leona Roberts, talks with Les Sinclair about Earl Hamner.

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Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

Proposed State Budget will Help Higher Ed

Dr. Frank Friedman, President of PVCC, talks with Les Sinclair about the impact proposed state budget and rise of the workforce programs offered at the College.


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

Charlottesville Fire Dept. Holds New Engine “Wet Down”

Capt. Joe Phillips of the Charlottesville Fire Dept talks with Les Sinclair about the two new engines they’ve received. The engines get their ceremonial “Wet Down” on Saturday at 1pm and the Ridge Street Firehouse.


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

Sounds of the day 03/24/16

Les Sinclair explores some of the notable soundbites of the day.


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

Research Shows Alzheimer’s Impacts Women More Than Men

Mary Sandridge, Communications Director of Alzheimer’s Association of Central and Western Virginia, talks with Les Sinclair about the recent research showing how Alzheimer’s disease impacts women more than men.


Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

The State of Hybrid and Electric Cars

Joe Lombardo, General Manager of Volvo of Charlottesville, talks with Les Sinclair about the state of hybrid and electric cars and their impact on us locally.


Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

A Clear Generational Divide for Payment Preferences

Matt Schulz, CreditCards.com’s senior industry analyst, talks with Les Sinclair about the generational divide when it comes to how to pay for what.

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Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

Surprises in the New Quinnipiac Poll

Les Sinclair has the results of the latest Quinnipiac Poll. It shows surprises in the likability and head to head races.

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Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

Miller Center Speaker Says GOP May Be Doomed

Eric Edelman, former aide to Dick Cheney & Mitt Romney, (he was also an adviser to Clinton and George W. Bush). He was part of the Miller Center’s Speaker Series.

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