Podcasts: Morning Newswatch Podcasts

Morning Newswatch Podcasts

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An Educational Luch Spot

Joey McLaughlin talks with Nancy Sweet the Lincoln Land Community College culinary operations manager about the new student run Bistro Verde, located in the state-of-the-art Workforce Careers Center.

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The Rutherford Lawsuit

Joey McLaughlin talks with Dr. Kent Redfield, political science professor from the University of Illinois Springfield about the latest on the lawsuit filed against Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Rutherford.

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Live from Sochi

Steve Futterman from CBS news talks with Joey from Sochi Russia about how warm it is, how strangely empty it feels and Gracie Gold.

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Springfield Park District

Interim Executive Director Derek Harms talks with Joey about the future of the park district.

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Fund the Arts with a Glass of Wine Tonight.

Craig Williams with the Springfield Area Arts Council visited with Joey about a fundraiser at All About Wine tonight (2-11-14).

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Happy Birthday Mr. President!

Chris Wills of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) joins Joey to talk about the special activities at the ALPLM for Mr. Lincolns birthday.

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Are you Ready for the Primary?

Joey talks with Sangamon County Director of Elections Stacy Kern on absentee voting, registration, and making sure you are ready to vote in this years elections.

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It’s Horace Mann Educator of the Year time!

Horace Mann’s Paul Wappel talks with joey about the Horace Mann Educator of the year award. It’s time to nominate your favorite teacher.

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Adjunct Professor Art Meyer talks with Joey on the Morning Newswatch about one of the recent confusing aspects of the Affordable Care Act and how it will affect employment.

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CVS is getting out of the tobacco business

Dyanne Ferk, Associate Dean of the College of Business & Management at UIS talks with Joey about the CVS decision to stop selling tobacco.

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