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Morning News Weekends

Morning News Weekends

Saturdays & Sundays from 6 – 8am

Wendy Edwards gives you all the info you need for the weekend with updates on news, traffic and weather.

Runner

Saturday, October 18, 201410/18/2014

Angell Husted

Timo’s mother, Angell, tells Eric and Wendy how she’s continued to pay back Fluvanna County’s first responders with an annual run in her son’s memory, a goal she hopes will reach its ten-year-plan to raise $50K.

computer technology

Saturday, October 18, 201410/18/2014

Tech Talk

Bryant Harrison joins the show for his weekly Tech Talk. This week he talks about Foxit Reader.

Runner

Saturday, October 18, 201410/18/2014

Sue Friedman and Tim Louwers

Sue Friedman, Chapter President/CEO of Alzheimer’s Association Central & Western Virginia, and Professor Tim Louwers, Ramsey Centennial Chair in Business James Madison University, join the WINA Morning News team to promote the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimers.

Book

Sunday, October 12, 201410/12/2014

Morning News Weekends: Ella Ray Murphy

Ella Rae Murphy, author of “Maria’s Awakening,” joins Eric and Wendy to talk about her entertaining book about first love in the post WWII era.

Stock

Saturday, October 11, 201410/11/2014

Pat Peason

Patrick Peason, is president of the Staunton location of Harvest Financial Group, LLC. and currently a Board Member for, “Advisor’s Academy.”

Computer Keyboard CLIPART

Saturday, October 11, 201410/11/2014

Tech Talk

Bryant Harrison joins the program for his weekly Tech Talk. This week he talks about Bitcoins.

conflict_mediate_people_CLIPART

Saturday, October 11, 201410/11/2014

Christine Poulson

Christine Poulson is the Director of Virginia Association for Community Conflict Resolution and joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz to talk about Conflict Resolution Week this October 12 – 18.

Medicine (clipart)

Sunday, October 5, 201410/05/2014

Morning News Weekends: Honesty Brackett Liller

Surprised by a growing epidemic of heroin and painkiller abuse, state officials held a summit meeting today to talk about why 900 Virginians lost their lives to opiate-based drugs last year and what should be done about it.

Honesty Brackett Liller is the CEO of the McShin Foundation whose mission is to deliver a message of hope to recovering addicts and alcoholics and facilitate their journey to a healthier life.

dog

Saturday, October 4, 201410/04/2014

Megan Pimentel

October is National Physical Therapy Month and this morning we have a spin that will make you smile – and maybe a little jealous of your pets! Megan is a professional pet massage practitioner and hydrotherapist and co-owner of Charlottesville’s Premiere Dog Hotel and Spa, Club Canine.

sky

Saturday, October 4, 201410/04/2014

Tech Talk – Drones

Bryant Harrison shares his thoughts on drones.

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