FM Radio – 937 The Wave http://937thewave.com/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 21:56:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://937thewave.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-150x150.png FM Radio – 937 The Wave http://937thewave.com/ 32 32 Adrian’s community continues to support displaced residents of Riverview Terrace Apartments https://937thewave.com/adrians-community-continues-to-support-displaced-residents-of-riverview-terrace-apartments/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 19:29:53 +0000 https://937thewave.com/adrians-community-continues-to-support-displaced-residents-of-riverview-terrace-apartments/ Adrian, MI – Residents displaced from the Riverview Terrace flats in Adrian have been relocated to the area after a two-week stay in Dundee. They were forced out of their building at the end of July due to significant structural issues with the building…and since then have been moved from hotel room to hotel room. […]]]>

Adrian, MI – Residents displaced from the Riverview Terrace flats in Adrian have been relocated to the area after a two-week stay in Dundee.

They were forced out of their building at the end of July due to significant structural issues with the building…and since then have been moved from hotel room to hotel room. Some were able to stay with family or friends.

The City of Adrian recently purchased the Adrian Inn on West Maumee to provide temporary housing for affected residents. It’s unclear at this time how long it will take to fix Riverview Terrace…if it’s even possible, or something the owners group wants to pursue.

In the meantime, the community has come together to provide what they can to help displaced residents…donating meals, toiletries, pet food, and more. Recently, employees of the TLC Community Credit Union collected items for residents of Riverview Terrace. Items have been dropped off at Share the Warmth of Lenawee where they will be distributed to residents.

The Town of Adrian collected items for the residents of Riverview Terrace Apartments. For more information on how you can help, contact Adrian’s City.

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*Photo courtesy of TLC Community Credit Union*

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* Charity Car and Bike Show, Chili Cook Off! — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220 — Santa Clarita Radio https://937thewave.com/charity-car-and-bike-show-chili-cook-off-hometown-station-khts-fm-98-1-am-1220-santa-clarita-radio/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 21:51:53 +0000 https://937thewave.com/charity-car-and-bike-show-chili-cook-off-hometown-station-khts-fm-98-1-am-1220-santa-clarita-radio/ Date: September 10, 2022 – 8:00 a.m. Time: 8:00 a.m. at 15:00 Who/What: Charity car and bike show, Chili Cook Off! Details: Join us for the annual Elks Car and Bike Show, Chili Cook Off. and more. Carl and Jeri Goldman’s 1948 fire truck (KHTS-AM1220.FM98.1) will be on display. Mayor Laurene Weste, former Mayor Bob […]]]>

Date: September 10, 2022 – 8:00 a.m.

Time: 8:00 a.m.
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Who/What: Charity car and bike show, Chili Cook Off!

Details: Join us for the annual Elks Car and Bike Show, Chili Cook Off. and more. Carl and Jeri Goldman’s 1948 fire truck (KHTS-AM1220.FM98.1) will be on display. Mayor Laurene Weste, former Mayor Bob Kellar and other guests will announce and present trophies to auto and bike show winners. Live band Catch 22 will thrill the crowd to the sounds of country, classic rock and oldies.
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Opening of the bake sale
9:00 a.m. – Shop at the Boutique
Prize draws will take place throughout the day
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. – Hot dogs and beer on the back patio
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., – Bring a slow cooker of your delicious chili
Noon – Tasting and judging of chilli appetizers
Noon to 3:00 p.m. – Tri-tip sandwiches
1:00 p.m. – Trophies will be awarded to the car, bike and chili winners

Where: The Santa Clarita Elks Lodge is located at 17766 Sierra Highway, Santa Clarita

Contact: For more information, contact Shelly at (661) 310-4423 or email stomson1958@gmail.com.

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In Brief… New ‘Yellowstone’ Trailer, and More – KIK-FM 100.7 https://937thewave.com/in-brief-new-yellowstone-trailer-and-more-kik-fm-100-7/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 14:00:21 +0000 https://937thewave.com/in-brief-new-yellowstone-trailer-and-more-kik-fm-100-7/ Entertainment News By K.I.K. | August 29, 2022 To share: The trailer of YellowstoneThe fifth season of was dropped on Sunday. “We will show the world who we are and what we do” Kevin Costner is heard in the promotion. “All will be revealed,” is displayed on screen between John Dutton’s footage of Costner reloading […]]]>

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The trailer of YellowstoneThe fifth season of was dropped on Sunday. “We will show the world who we are and what we do” Kevin Costner is heard in the promotion. “All will be revealed,” is displayed on screen between John Dutton’s footage of Costner reloading guns and the Dutton family preparing to defend their ranch land. Season 5 of Yellowstone will premiere on the Paramount Network during a two-hour event on November 13. Meanwhile, Paramount Network will launch its Yellowstone series marathon for Labor Day weekend, starting Friday…

MTV canceled Floribama Shore after four seasons, according to TMZ. The show’s first three seasons focused on eight young adults who converged on the hottest beach town on the Gulf Coast, Panama City Beach. The series headed west to Montana and Lake Havasu, Arizona for season four…

Deadline reports that resident Evil was canceled at Netflix after just one season. The show followed Ella Balinska‘s Jade Wesker as she fights for survival against the Umbrella Corporation in the series based on the popular horror game franchise. Additional actors included Lance Reddick, Smart Tamara, Adeline Rodolphe, Paola Nunez, Ahad Raza Mir, Connor Gosatti and Turlough Convery

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5 essentials for new parents — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220 — Santa Clarita Radio https://937thewave.com/5-essentials-for-new-parents-hometown-station-khts-fm-98-1-am-1220-santa-clarita-radio/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 16:45:43 +0000 https://937thewave.com/5-essentials-for-new-parents-hometown-station-khts-fm-98-1-am-1220-santa-clarita-radio/ Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and joyful times in life. Although many well-meaning friends and family members will give you advice before and after the birth of your baby, not all of them will resonate with you or work for your family. While there are some important facts you should know […]]]>

Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and joyful times in life. Although many well-meaning friends and family members will give you advice before and after the birth of your baby, not all of them will resonate with you or work for your family. While there are some important facts you should know about baby products, safe sleeping habits and how to feed your baby, other than that the rest depends on the lifestyle, needs and more of your baby. each family. If you’re trying to figure out what’s essential or unnecessary for your baby as a first-time parent, or maybe you’re trying to take a more minimalist approach to parenting, keep reading for all the essentials you need. you and your toddler will need.

Safe travels

You need ways to keep your baby safe while traveling. Of course, car seats are a no-brainer if your family owns a vehicle. Make sure your car seat is installed in the safest way possible by consulting local resources in your community who will install it for you. Fire stations, for example, offer free installation and instruction on car seats. You’ll also need a way to keep your baby safe while on the go. Whether you opt for a sling, baby carrier or stroller, keeping baby comfortable and secure while running errands or enjoying a day is essential.

Comfortable clothes

Babies spend most of their time sleeping, especially the first few months. Babies also have much more sensitive skin than older children or adults. Keep your baby cool and comfortable by investing in quality baby clothes made from natural textiles like 100% organic cotton. The choice of using mittens, so they don’t scratch their delicate face, is up to you, but socks are a must when going outside as their little feet get cold easily. For brevity, include diapers in this category. Whether you opt for washable or disposable nappies, it’s obvious for your baby’s health and comfort.

white noise machine

No matter how tidy and uncluttered your home is, a white noise machine is worth bringing into the home. Babies sleep an average of 16 hours a day when they are newborns. This means creating an optimal sleep environment to help them achieve deep, restful sleep. Like many households, you probably have a dog, a noisy neighbor, and no one can control construction or traffic noise. A white noise machine in your baby’s sleeping area will drown out these sounds and promote essential restful sleep for your little one.

Arrangements for safe sleeping

While some families opt for co-sleeping, the debate is still open about your baby’s safety, especially during the neonatal phase. Fortunately, there are many products on the market that ensure a safe night’s sleep for your baby. Although cribs are incredibly sturdy and secure, they may prefer a smaller, cozier sleep environment reminiscent of the womb when babies are first born. Moses baskets and bassinets are perfect for ensuring a safe and comfortable sleep for your newborn. Keep in mind that blankets, pillows and loose stuffed animals should be kept away from your child’s bedding until they are much older.

Soft products

While marketing does a great job of telling you that you need a million things for your baby, clothes, diapers and sleep are what revolve around most of the first few months of life. You will need gentle products to groom and care for your baby. Diaper creams, body washes, lotions, nail clippers, thermometers and various other items that keep your baby comfortable and healthy are essential. Be sure to check the ingredients and watch for reactions to the products you use for your baby, as they are so sensitive. Many first-time parents go through several brands before finding the right one for their baby. It’s the same with formula milk. If you choose to bottle-feed your baby, there’s a bit of trial and error regarding which formulas your baby not only likes but can tolerate. Do not worry; it’s normal. And while we’re at it, remember, fed is better; whether you’re raising a breastfed or formula-fed baby, both are healthy options for your pride and joy.

It’s easy to want to give your child everything in life, but the truth is that your child doesn’t need much in the newborn phase. If the stress of trying to design the perfect nursery or buying the must-have items overwhelms you, use the items mentioned above as a starting point for everything you’ll need, you might not need anymore. nothing. Congratulations!

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Photos from the Philadelphia Folk Festival: The 60th anniversary event is a success https://937thewave.com/photos-from-the-philadelphia-folk-festival-the-60th-anniversary-event-is-a-success/ Sun, 21 Aug 2022 21:30:28 +0000 https://937thewave.com/photos-from-the-philadelphia-folk-festival-the-60th-anniversary-event-is-a-success/ A community comes to life after two years of virtual-only events. Jonathan Wilson for Billy Penn Three generations of Berkheimers and Sciarras set up camp Thursday at Old Pool Farm and prepared to cook dinner. By late afternoon, the 80-acre fairgrounds in Upper Salford Township were quickly filling with thousands of people eager to attend […]]]>

A community comes to life after two years of virtual-only events.

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Three generations of Berkheimers and Sciarras set up camp Thursday at Old Pool Farm and prepared to cook dinner. By late afternoon, the 80-acre fairgrounds in Upper Salford Township were quickly filling with thousands of people eager to attend the 60th anniversary edition of the Philadelphia Folk Festival.

Members of the Berkheimer and Sciarra families have been coming to the festival since 1975. Originally from Ridley, Delaware County, they have traveled for years from Colorado, California, Canada and Virginia to attend with their local relatives.


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The festival has taken over the Montgomery County farm just outside of town since 1962, earning it a place among the nation’s oldest outdoor music festivals.

Members of the Berkheimer and Sciarra families have been coming to the festival since 1975
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Some of the performers have also crossed generations.

Singer-songwriter Tom Rush, who played on Saturday afternoon, is one of the musicians known for reviving folk music in the 1960s. Now 81, he is still gaining new fans , who discovered it on FM radio and listened to it on vinyl records released in mono and stereo versions.

A group called Trousdale, meanwhile, said their followers often discover them on Spotify. The Los Angeles-based trio of women in their twenties, who met while students at the University of Southern California’s School of Music, had members of the public sing along as they They were performing Friday afternoon, making their first appearance at the Philly Folk Fest.

Georgia Greene of Trousdale, left, and Lauren Jones perform their tight harmonies on the camp stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival Friday afternoon
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While young music enthusiasts were well represented, a significant number of audience members turned grayer. Over the years, the festival’s crowds dwindled from its peak in the late 1960s until the early 1990s, when it reportedly attracted over 12,000 attendees for each of the four days.

But many still come, for the chance to mix music and camaraderie, and form lasting memories.

The Lee Boys perform to enthusiastic audiences Saturday afternoon at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.  The group plays
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The event features more than song, with string orchestras, acrobatic performances, food vendors and a craft bazaar. It sparked romance and creativity – sometimes both at the same time.

Singer Shannon Lambert-Ryan remembers meeting Fionán de Barra at the Folk Festival in 2006. He asked her to go for a walk and suggested she record an album in his Dublin studio. Two years later, that’s exactly what she did when she recorded “Across the Pond.” That same year, the duo teamed up with percussionist Cheryl Prashker to found the Celtic roots band RUNA, and the following year they were married. Last weekend, the couple arrived to perform at the festival with their 4-year-old. His grandmother watched over him during performances.

RUNA band co-founders Fionán de Barra, left, and Shannon Lambert-Ryan perform at the Philadelphia Folk Festival Saturday afternoon on the Lobby Stage
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After two years of virtual-only, the 2022 festival was an opportunity to mark the passing of festival co-founder Gene Shay, who passed away in April 2020.

A Philadelphia folk icon, Shay’s influence extended to FM rock radio, and local DJs Ed Sciaky and David Dye both cited him as a major influence on their careers.

A bobblehead Gene Shay sits on a table in the Ryder Blocks tent
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Current festival organizers realize that their main challenge in the future will be to engage younger generations and achieve financial stability. The success of this year’s event is a step in that direction.

Scroll down for more photos from the 2022 Philadelphia Folk Festival.

Maggie Kinchebe and her daughter Ruby dance to the songs of Irish band Screaming Orphans outside the Camp Stage on Thursday evening
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Kayla Ruth and Jasper Huff sing with the band Talisk during their Friday afternoon performance
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Kevin Duffy of Levittown and Florida shields the 90+ degree sun from the rays as he listens to Trousdale Friday afternoon at Camp Stage
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Lashon Halley and Dustbowl Revival perform on the Martin Stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival Friday night
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Festival revelers cheer on Scottish folk band Talisk during their Friday afternoon performance on the Martin Stage
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Andrea Nardello sings Lean on Me with other artists to close her performance on the lobby stage Friday night at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.  Nardello was described as a cross between Janis Ian and Janis Joplin and was named by NPR as
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Jessie Mae, center, and Mike Panamarenko dance to music by Talisk
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Brian Byrd plays pedal steel guitar during a Saturday afternoon Lee Boys concert on the Martin Stage
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Drummer Joan Diver of the Irish band Screaming Orphans plays during a Thursday night for festival campers on the camp stage.  The Screaming Orphans are four sisters raised in Bundoran in County Donegal, Ireland, who formed their band as teenagers.
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Gabriel Cole-Brant sets up umbrellas before the public performance of The Little Circus and Give & Take Jugglers
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Trapeze artist Cassiopeia Haberle performs with the Little Circus at Dulcimer Grove on Saturday afternoon
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A giant Smiling Banjo puppet greets the public for the open concert on the Martin Stage on Saturday afternoon.
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Tom Rush performs on the Martin Stage Saturday afternoon at the Philadelphia Folk Festival
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The Polish American String Band performs on the Martin Stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival Friday afternoon
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Kobe Bryant’s wife gives moving testimony in helicopter crash photos – Connect FM | Local news radio https://937thewave.com/kobe-bryants-wife-gives-moving-testimony-in-helicopter-crash-photos-connect-fm-local-news-radio/ Fri, 19 Aug 2022 22:20:19 +0000 https://937thewave.com/kobe-bryants-wife-gives-moving-testimony-in-helicopter-crash-photos-connect-fm-local-news-radio/ Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images (LOS ANGELES) – An emotional Vanessa Bryant spoke out Friday in her privacy invasion lawsuit over photos taken at the scene of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, basketball star Kobe Bryant, and their 13-year-old daughter. Bryant filed a lawsuit several months after the 2020 accident against […]]]>

(LOS ANGELES) – An emotional Vanessa Bryant spoke out Friday in her privacy invasion lawsuit over photos taken at the scene of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, basketball star Kobe Bryant, and their 13-year-old daughter.

Bryant filed a lawsuit several months after the 2020 accident against Los Angeles County, alleging that first responders took graphic photos of human remains at the scene as “memorabilia” and shared them with d ‘others. She claims to have suffered emotional distress and is suing for an undisclosed amount of damages for negligence and invasion of privacy.

Bryant, the plaintiffs’ latest witness, was overcome with emotion in the federal courtroom in Los Angeles on Friday as she shared her fear and anxiety over the photos.

“I never had a panic attack before that,” she told the jury.

Bryant said he learned from a Los Angeles Times report that deputies took photos of the crash site. She said she lives in fear every day that they could be leaked and that she wants “justice for my husband and my daughter”.

Kobe Bryant and their daughter, Gianna, were heading to a basketball game at his Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks with others connected to the basketball program on January 26, 2020, when the helicopter they were traveling in crashed in Calabasas. All nine people on board, including the pilot, were killed.

Orange County Financial Advisor Chris Chester is also suing the county over photos taken of his wife and daughter, who were killed in the same accident. In July, U.S. District Judge John Walter decided to consolidate Bryant’s and Chester’s cases into one trial.

Chester took the witness stand on Thursday, telling the jury he was ‘in disbelief’ after hearing reports that deputies and firefighters took and shared photos of his wife, Sarah, and their 13-year-old daughter , Payton.

“It was heartbreak on top of heartbreak,” he said, calling for “justice and accountability.”

LA County maintains that first responders have not publicly shared any photos from the crash scene. He also attests that an investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Office of Internal Affairs confirmed that all of the photos were destroyed.

During the trial, which began on August 10, the defense also argued that the photos had not surfaced online since the tragedy. Firefighters and sheriff’s staff in several counties also testified that they had deleted any photos of the crash site they had on their cellphones.

Bryant and Chester’s lawsuits allege the photos were shared before being deleted by first responders.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who ordered deputies to remove the photos, is also expected to testify Friday as the first defense witness.

ABC News’ Kyla Guilfoil contributed to this report.

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WTSA News For Your Thursday August 18: https://937thewave.com/wtsa-news-for-your-thursday-august-18/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 09:23:12 +0000 https://937thewave.com/wtsa-news-for-your-thursday-august-18/ WTSA News For Your Thursday August 18: In the wake of a spike in violent crime and a workforce crisis — Governor Phil Scott has a new plan of action — to address public safety issues across Vermont. The 10-point framework – focuses on three main objectives… the first – to strengthen front-line law enforcement […]]]>

WTSA News For Your Thursday August 18:

In the wake of a spike in violent crime and a workforce crisis — Governor Phil Scott has a new plan of action — to address public safety issues across Vermont. The 10-point framework – focuses on three main objectives… the first – to strengthen front-line law enforcement capacity – and prioritize the immediate reduction, prevention and prosecution of violent crime – in the whole state. These initiatives ensure that the Vermont State Police can provide mutual aid to local departments — and hire retired officers to temporarily fill vacancies. The second objective — to increase prosecutorial capacity and help the courts eliminate the backlog. The Attorney General’s office will redouble its efforts on major crimes, including those related to drugs and human trafficking…While the justice system streamlines court proceedings. And the third goal – to prioritize long-term violence prevention policies, systems and services. That means — expanding the role of Vermont’s intelligence agency — and applying Vermont’s pandemic response model to public safety, social services, and mental health.

Covid 19 cases in Vermont are down, but new virus-related hospitalizations are up. The Vermont Department of Health says there were 50 new Covid-related hospitalizations in the week ending Saturday. There were 451 new reported cases of the virus.

The Vermont Natural Resources Agency wants to change the rules for electric vehicles in the state. These proposed amendments establish standards for automobile manufacturers that will reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and criteria air pollutants from passenger cars, light-duty trucks, and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and engines that are delivered for sale or commissioned in Vermont. The proposed changes will also require automakers to deliver more electric and low-emission vehicles to Vermont. Six hearings, including one online, are scheduled for the month of September

Vermont nuclear Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Decommissioning The federal committee on nuclear waste policy has been postponed. Due to an unexpected change in the guest speaker schedule, the previously announced August 22 meeting has been cancelled. A new meeting date (probably early September) will be announced at a later date.

The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has reached a tentative settlement with opioid maker Endo over its role in promoting the opioid crisis. Endo, an Ireland-based drugmaker with US headquarters in Pennsylvania, manufactured generic and branded opioids, including Percocet and Endocet, and Opana ER, before its withdrawal from the market in 2017. The settlement will require Endo International plc and its lenders to pay up to $450 million to participating states and local governments, turn over millions of documents related to its role in the opioid crisis for publication, and forever ban the marketing of Endo’s opioids.

Former Vice President Mike Pence made several stops in New Hampshire on Wednesday, fueling speculation that he could be gearing up for a presidential election in 2024. New Hampshire’s first primary lasts more than a year and a half. away, but potential contenders have started testing the waters here. This includes Pence. The former vice president attended a meeting in Littleton with a local candidate, Carrie Gendreau, who is running for a seat in the state Senate. New Hampshire’s state primary election will be held on September 13.

LOTTERY NUMBERS:

TRI STATE PICK 3 3-2-5

TRI STATE PICK 4 3-0-8-7

TRI STATE GIMME 5 14-20-22-28-32

TRI STATE MEGABUCKS 5-13-32-36-41 MEGA BALL 4

POWERBALL 23-28-41-50-55 POWERBALL 24

MASS BOX 3-7-23-29-35

SPORTS WTSA:

Christian Arroyo had three hits and three rbi as the Red Sox rolled over Pittsburgh Wednesday night, 8-3. Teams play again tonight, Josh Winckowski on the mound for Boston, first pitch is at 7:05.

Josh Donaldson hit a grand slam in the 10e, as the Yankees avoided another loss with a big win over Seattle on Wednesday night, 8-7. Yankees host Toronto tonight, Frankie Montas on the mound for New York, first pitch is at 7:05.

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WTSA News for your Tuesday, August 16: https://937thewave.com/wtsa-news-for-your-tuesday-august-16/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 09:18:39 +0000 https://937thewave.com/wtsa-news-for-your-tuesday-august-16/ WTSA News for your Tuesday, August 16: Average gasoline prices in Vermont fell 9 cents last week to $4.31 a gallon. The national average gasoline price fell 10 cents per gallon last week, averaging $3.91/g today. Prices in Vermont have fallen at a slower rate than the national average over the past month. Gas Buddy […]]]>

WTSA News for your Tuesday, August 16:

Average gasoline prices in Vermont fell 9 cents last week to $4.31 a gallon. The national average gasoline price fell 10 cents per gallon last week, averaging $3.91/g today. Prices in Vermont have fallen at a slower rate than the national average over the past month. Gas Buddy dot com suggests prices here and nationally could go up.

Governor Phil Scott announced that the federal government Inflation Reduction Act will help mitigate rising health care costs for many Vermonters, especially those on Medicare who purchase health plans in the Vermont Health Insurance Marketplace. The law is expected to be signed into federal law by the president this week. Starting in 2025, Vermonters who receive Medicare — including most Vermont seniors over the age of 65 — will pay no more than $2,000 a year for prescription drugs. From 2023, they will pay no more than $35 a month for insulin, a drug used to treat diabetes.

The Community College of Vermont and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation are expanding a program to provide Vermonters with a debt-free college degree. The 802 Opportunity Grant provides free tuition to Vermonters with a household income of $75,000 or less who do not already have a bachelor’s degree. The scholarship is available for new or returning students of any age.

A Wardsboro woman faces new charges. On August 7, the State Police dispatch received a call to report a possible domestic violence situation. Cara Rodrigues, 31, allegedly tried to throw a piece of wood at her family members and pushed it onto a mountain bike, damaging the bike. Rodrigues was released with a criminal summons to appear in the Windham Criminal Division of the Vermont Superior Court on Tuesday, September 13.

The Vermont Republican Party will not commit any resources to the winner of the United States House primary. Liam Madden is a solar developer and anti-war advocate who has presented himself as a freelancer. He beat out Ericka Redic and Anya Tynio for the GOP nomination. Some Republicans are frustrated that Madden accepted the nomination when he said he would not, and Madden said if elected he would not caucus with Republicans in Congress. Over the weekend, the party met in Montpellier where they were able to ask him questions about his platform. The Vermont GOP passed a resolution saying it would not support Madden in the November election.

The Vermont National Guard is hosting a tour of its training facility on Thursday. The tour operates from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Ethan Allen Range. It will include an overview of what the Guard does, a tour of ranges and training locations, and a conversation with people who specialize in range operations. The Guard says the location in Jericho provided training opportunities not available in any other New England state, including the mountaineering school.

LOTTERY NUMBERS:

TRI STATE PICK 3 0-6-3

TRI STATE PICK 4 9-5-8-3

TRI STATE GIMME 5 26-29-32-35-37

MASS BOX 1-8-10-22-33

SPORTS WTSA:

The Yankees were shut out in consecutive games for the first time since 2016 last night as Tampa Bay shut out New York, 4-0. The teams play again tonight, Nestor Cortes on the mound for New York, the first pitch is at 7:05.

The Red Sox had Monday free, they start a series in Pittsburgh tonight, Nick Pivetta on the mound for Boston, the first pitch is at 7:05.

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Gov Bala, Rufa’i college needs an FM station https://937thewave.com/gov-bala-rufai-college-needs-an-fm-station/ Sun, 14 Aug 2022 09:18:38 +0000 https://937thewave.com/gov-bala-rufai-college-needs-an-fm-station/ Radio is an audio device for transmitting messages to a large audience. Radio involves the process by which messages are sent through electronic waves. In other words, sound could be sent and received through these waves. Radio is defined as the process of sending and receiving messages over the air, using electromagnetic waves. It is […]]]>

Radio is an audio device for transmitting messages to a large audience. Radio involves the process by which messages are sent through electronic waves. In other words, sound could be sent and received through these waves. Radio is defined as the process of sending and receiving messages over the air, using electromagnetic waves. It is also the business of broadcasting programs to make people listen to broadcast programs.

The Department of Mass Communication, AD Rufa’i College of Education, Legal and General Studies, Misau needs urgent intervention from the Bauchi State Government under the leadership of Governor Bala Mohammed to build a radio station FM like Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Bauchi because it will help produce quality graduates.

The college and department had struggled for years without a radio station that could be operated on the college campus, primarily for educational purposes where students, particularly in the mass communication department, would learn the art of journalism and d other media studies.

The radio station, if built, will greatly benefit the people of Misau and its surroundings, among many others. Indeed, it will also help boost the economic activities of many people and produce quality college graduates.

I urge Governor Bala Mohammed and relevant authorities to do whatever is necessary to build a radio station at AD Rufa’i College of Education, Legal and General Studies, Misau due to its importance for communication students mass and for society in general.

Inuwa Muhammad Goje wrote from Misau LGA of Bauchi State

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Lenawee County Commissioners Receive 2021 Audit Report https://937thewave.com/lenawee-county-commissioners-receive-2021-audit-report/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 15:18:29 +0000 https://937thewave.com/lenawee-county-commissioners-receive-2021-audit-report/ Lenawee County Commissioners Receive 2021 Audit Report | Radio WLEN-FM 103.9 Adrian, MI – The Lenawee County Board of Commissioners received their 2021 audit report from an agency called Yeo and Yeo at their recent meeting. The county government is in a good position financially…with a healthy general […]]]>



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Adrian, MI – The Lenawee County Board of Commissioners received their 2021 audit report from an agency called Yeo and Yeo at their recent meeting.

The county government is in a good position financially…with a healthy general fund and plenty of cash reserves, as explained by Administrator Kim Murphy…


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