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This is the destination for all of Newsradio 1070 WKOK's podcast programs. These podcasts include Newsradio 1070 WKOK's live telephone talk show On the Mark dealing with local and national issues with listener opinions included. Shikelllamy Braves Football, Boys Basketball and Wrestling is an complete archive of the high school sports broadcast from Newsradio 1070 WKOK. You'll also find (late Nov to Christmas) podcasts of award winning Talk To Santa program.
 
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Susan Decker, Licensed Professional Counselor (one of the new counselors at the new Family Practice Center at the Susquehanna Valley Mall) on the impact of our divided US, maintaining sound mental health in the midst of the pandemic, knowing the signs and important information about depression, suicide, and children’s mental health.…
 
Jessica Duperree, Captain, Corps Officer/Pastor, The Salvation Army, Sunbury, with an update on their very busy food pantry, the early planning for the Christmas food, clothing and toy giveaways, and the online applications process. We’ll discuss the telephone sign up hours as well, and the upcoming kettle campaign and fundraising. We’ll discuss th…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan are back together, hosting State Senator John Gordner (R-27th, Berwick) talking about the Governor’s veto of high school sports legislation, other pending legislation, court fights, and other legislative issues. During open phones, we discussed the legacy of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the pol…
 
Steve Stumbris, Director, Bucknell University Small Business Development Center, on preparing for the state’s indoor seating capacity to double on 9/21. He’ll talk about the huge impact on local communities, how that can be mitigated and what they’re doing for small businesses and the community. He’ll talk about Tuesday’s Small Business Startup web…
 
Mark Lawrence and Ben Reichley host local community member Raven Rudnitsky, as we continue our series of conversations with informed people, on the topic of the presidential election. During open opens, a predominantly conservative audience pushed back against her remarks…she had some staunch defenders too.…
 
JBC is back from hiatus and ready to read! But FIRST: We joined a network! Thank you to Certain POV Network for inviting us to be a part of your amazing group. Please go check out the website and find all the amazing podcasts you can listen to! This week we broke our rules a little because one of our favorite authors, Alyssa Cole, has released a ne…
 
Linda Harris, Voter Service Chair, League of Women Voters of the Lewisburg Area, on the mission of the local League chapter, the non-partisan resources they have for candidates and voters, the information, education, deadlines coming up and even some words about the US Postal Service. We’ll discuss this fall’s Voter’s Guide, the lack of candidate a…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan host US Congressman Dan Meuser (R-9th, Dallas, Pa.) talking about his coronavirus experience, his support for President Donald John Trump, and Cong. Meuser’s ‘law and order’ message. During open phones, we had a vibrant conversation about the advantages of the incumbent President vs. the challenger, former US Senat…
 
In this episode, Weis Dietitians Beth and Kathryn team up with Clancy Cash Harrison, a fellow dietitian and president of The Al Beech West Side Food Pantry in Kingston, Pennsylvania. They talk about hunger and food insecurity and how things have changed since covid. During the episode, they will mention a keyword. Once you hear it, email that keywo…
 
Mark Lawrence and Ben Reichley host Financial Friday with the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce. Robert Garrett, President and CEO Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, talked about the latest jobless numbers, the local unemployment rates, the shining spots in the local economy, and why a lot of people can’t and won’t get a n…
 
Samantha Pearson, Executive Director Lewisburg Neighborhoods, Elm Street Manager, and Walk it! Bike it! (WIBI) Coordinator, on COVID-19 testing and timing (what getting tested tells you and what it doesn’t) and what the shifting CDC language really says. We’ll talk about contact tracing and quarantine/isolation, timing and implications for families…
 
Elizabeth Stark, Lifestyle Initiative Manager, Registered Dietitian, Weis Markets, and Kathryn Long, Healthy Living Coordinator, Registered Dietitian, Weis Markets, on September is Hunger Action Month, they’ll talk about the prevalence of hunger and food insecurity, and they’ll have some helpful tips to help stretch your food dollar and reduce food…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan hosted Lewisburg resident Clair Moyer. Clair is a former GOP member, who is now an independent, ran for state house and some other offices, and who recently wrote a letter to the editor in support of President Trump. We continue to invite informed, advocates for the candidates to call our show. During open phones, …
 
Tanisha M. Williams, PhD, Burpee Postdoctoral Fellow in Botany, Biology Department, Bucknell University, on her groundbreaking outreach and discussions during #BlackBotanistsWeek, the national attention paid to the subject of diversity in science/STEM and the search for scientists who look like her. We’ll also talked also the phenotypic plasticity,…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan hosted local GOP stalwart and community leader John Meckley of Milton. John is not voting for Pres. Trump and he explained the various reason why Republicans should not worry about voting for Joe Biden or someone else. During open phones, we discussed the unrest in Portland and Kenosha, and other aspects of candida…
 
Terry Diener (yes…that Terry Diener! )author, history buff, former radio man, on his new book: A Deed of the Foulest Kind. He’ll talk about the history of an 1857 homicide, and in meticulous detail, retries the case using courtroom, newspaper and other archives. He leaves us with the same unanswered questions asked 160 years ago. We’ll ask Terry hi…
 
Movie Mike McGranaghan, professional movie critic, ‘women in cinema’ advocate and author, with a review of five new films available for views: Bill and Ted Face the Music, Unhinged, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Words on Bathroom Walls, and Centigrade, He’ll talk about a ‘Karen’ movie in the works, and Tom Cruise gets to see ‘Tenet.’ W…
 
Dr. Wendy Lynne Lee, Professor of Philosophy Bloomsburg University, she is an outspoken activist on a wide range of issues, and we’ll discuss the view on the decision to try to hold face-to-face, in-person classes on campus, and how some people in our Valley are minimizing and downplaying the pandemic, and moving to silence critics.…
 
Mark Lawrence and Ben Reichley hosted a call from John Shipman, who has been an outspoken advocate for ‘Convention of States.’ We talked about the process, the resolution, and ‘what I should do’ to support the measure. It would limit the size of government, limit government spending and impose term limits on elected leaders. During open phones, we …
 
Alana Jajko, Director of Communications & Outreach, Susquehanna Greenway Partnership, with an update on the mission and many deliverables of the SGP, the phenomenal popularity of water and other outdoor recreation right now. She’ll tell us about their ‘sold-out’ Pop-Up Paddle recently and talk about another fun fall float coming up. We’ll discuss t…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan argue about the Republican National Convention, the ethics of using the White House, specifically the Rose Garden, and having the US Secretary of State participate in a political event. We talked about Melania Trump’s remarks, the MAGA hat wearing teen who was confronted by a Native American protester in Washington…
 
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan host Snyder County Commissioner Chairman Joe Kantz, and Snyder County Director of Elections Debbie Bilger, to discuss the safety, efficiency, and protections involved in running the presidential election. Then during open phones, we about the mail-in voting system, fraud, the US Postal Service and related topics.…
 
Lee Griffin, candidate for US Congress in the 12th District. We’ll discuss the campaign, the big issues he’s talking about, what he is hearing from 12th district residents. We’ll get his reaction to the Democratic Convention, and the first day of the Republican’s convention. We can talk about the USPS controversies, the many protests in PA (and glo…
 
Eric Wright, Professor and Director, Center for Pharmacy Innovation and Outcomes, on some the coronavirus research which is underway at Geisinger (the treatments, medications, plasma/antibody work), as well as the advancing the development of best practices for COVID treatment. We’ll discuss Geisinger’s current treatments for COVID, drug research, …
 
Meghan Stabley, Quality Compliance Director, and Amy Cline, Marketing & Development Coordinator, for Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living, on their Disaster Relocation and Relief Program; Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living, is an organization that provides services to the aging and or people with disabilities. We talked about …
 
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