No 74% (508 Votes)
Yes 26% (177 Votes)
Total: 685 Votes
IT’S AMERICA’S FAVORITE PASTIME….AND OVER THE YEARS, SOME ANIMOSITY HAS BEEN ADDED TO JUST PLAYING BALL.
In Friday’s Noon Lunchbreak, Debbie McFarland from the SPCA of Hancock County was here with Griz.
Amy Badger of Bodies by Badger was in the studio for another Fitness Friday this week.
Amy Badger from Bodies by Badger was back in the studio on Friday for Fitness Friday.
No 54% (221 Votes)
Yes 46% (187 Votes)
Total: 408 Votes
Tammy Leland, a local contributor to the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living with Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias was in to tell us a little bit about the new book and about an upcoming book signing.
No 57% (259 Votes)
Yes 43% (194 Votes)
Total: 453 Votes
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Troy Morton, Penobscot County Sheriff Chief Deputy, was in the studio Wednesday speaking to Wayne about how to protect yourself from identity theft, as well as an upcoming presentation he will be giving on the topic.
Yes 52% (303 Votes)
No 48% (280 Votes)
Total: 583 Votes
Summertime and the berries are out: Is there a reason you should not eat them?
Many new grads are now out looking for jobs — if you’re a new grad or anyone else seeking a new job – we’ve got some tips to help you craft a resume that will improve your chances of getting the job you want!”
Deb Neuman shares some tips.
Families who’ve had a loved one diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s have a chance to learn how the disease will affect their lives.
Recently Marion has had folks in their fifties saying, What’s the point.
No 72% (329 Votes)
Yes 28% (127 Votes)
Total: 456 Votes
Bobbie Fowler was in from the Old Town Animal Orphanage with a furry friend for us to meet.
James Macomber, a Microenterprise Consultant for MaineStream Finance was in to tell us about the 2014 Summer Start Your Business Series.
In Monday’s I Love My Pet, meet Leroy and Kitkat.
A giant yard sale in Orrington this weekend will help preserve some local history.