Skip Howard was in for this week’s Senior Watch to talk about the upcoming classes being offered at the Penobscot Valley Senior College.
Yes 78% (961 Votes)
No 22% (270 Votes)
A couple of high-profile films hit theaters this weekend.
Chris Ewing was out in the storm Sunday, doing live weather from Bangor for the special Sunday afternoon newscast.
Diana de los Santos from the SPCA of Hancock County was in on Friday’s Noon Show showing us and telling us Trapper John’s story.
Head Coach of the University of Maine Women’s basketball team was in the studio Friday speaking to Wayne about the upcoming Play4Kay basketball this Sunday.
Yes 53% (316 Votes)
No 47% (280 Votes)
Total: 596 Votes
Mary Lavanway was in for this weeks’ Wellness Wednesday, to make a healthy Valentine’s Day treat.
Jason Clark from MAINEiacs Charities was in the studio Thursday talking about the organization’s upcoming Ice Fishing Derby.
Yes 8% (78 Votes)
No 92% (944 Votes)
Total: 1,022 Votes
A familiar guest to morning show, Russ Van Arsdale was with us Wednesday with the Mainely Music Chorus, an A Capella band selling singing Valentine’s for the holiday this weekend.
No 64% (365 Votes)
Yes 36% (201 Votes)
Total: 566 Votes
Deborah Wisdom from Sunbury Village was in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight.
Marion Syversen was in for this week’s Finance is Fun to talk about how financial advisors are making a push to get female clients.
Bobbie Fowler was in from the Old Town Animal Orphanage with a furry friend for us to meet.
Yes 57% (294 Votes)
No 43% (225 Votes)
Total: 519 Votes
Maine already has one national park that is visited by thousands upon thousands of people from around the country and the world.
Hundreds of Mainers have lost jobs and careers with the closures of paper mills in recent years.
On Monday’s I Love My Pet, we met Nala.