Spanning the Globe (at home), Blowing Smoke, Banning the Bible and Metric Grading in Schools

April 15, 2016

Interview with Director of Anderson County Economic Development Burriss Nelson and his staff.

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Pollen, Politics and Protecting the Innocent

April 8, 2016

Interviews:

Anderson County Council Dist. 1 Candidate Liz Carey
Foothills Alliance Executive Director Tracy Bowie
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Great Expectations if more than a book, playgrounds and politics

March 25, 2016

Interviews

Anderson County Council Dist. 1 Hopeful Craig Wooten
Anderson County Library Digital Director Brianna McDonnell
Kid Venture 2.0 Hero Julia Woodson
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Something’s Fishy in Anderson, and is it Hartwell Lake or Lake Hartwell?

March 12, 2016

Interview with Neil Paul, of Visit Anderson, who is making sure this week's FLW Pro Fishing Tournament at Green Pond Landing is another big win for the county,

Updates: The Bailes building demolition, AIM, CAA, Meals on Wheels, Walk with the Docs, The Belton Museum Association and more.

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Selling Houses, Barking at County Council, CAA Celebrates 13th, Free Clinic Needs you, and S.C. Senate Dist 4 Candiadtes

March 4, 2016

Interviews:

Craig Chappelear on the the rise of the Anderson housing market and the great work at the Anderson Free Clinic.
Angie Stringer on the Cancer Association of Anderson's upcoming 13th birthday party
Sound clips from candidates seeking to fill the late Sen. Billy O'Dell's seat in the March 22 special election.
Plus news and events in and around Anderson
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First Amendment Music, Stage Plays, Musicals, Plus Anderson News for the week ahead

February 26, 2016

Interviews: 

Paula Doolittle, part of cast of "Grits" this week at the Electric City Playhouse
Carly Taylor, founder and director of development for Market Theatre Company
and 
Dustin Owens & the First Amendment band
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Racing Rainbows, Saying Goodbye to Bailes and Domestic Violence

February 20, 2016

Interviews:

Liz Carey of Pints for People and Alison Youngblood of First Flight Alliance, organizers of the March 12 Race the Rainbow downtown St. Patrick's Day events
Anderson County Councilman Tom Allen and Anderson County Sheriff John Skipper on the new county task force to stop domestic violence.
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County Lauches TV Channel, Bailes Building Gone in 17 Days and Safety and the Economy

February 5, 2016

Anderson County is on the air, er, cable, and soon internet with a new TV station.

Escalating the demolition of the Bailes Building downtown (with a date)
And why we are prepared for economic development and emergencies.
Interviews include: Anderson Sheriff John Skipper, Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns, Economic Development Director Burriss Nelson, and media specialist Steve Combs.
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History, Agriculture and: “Smile Your on Anderson County TV”

January 28, 2016

History every day.

Inteviews:
Anderson Historian Brian Scott talks about Anderson's past.
S.C. Agriculture Museum Director Les McCall tells about the purpose and many programs and exhibits of Anderson County's only state museum.
Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns discusses the county's new TV station and the impending demolition of the old Bailes building.
Plus information on the Friday Grace Episcopal Soup lunch to benefit Meals on Wheels of Anderson, and the first "Ban the Trash" county cleanup in the  Midway Community this weekend.
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Winter Weather, Economic Development and Tiger Mascots Tell All

January 20, 2016
Anderson Observer, news from people you trust, podcast for Jan. 20, 2016

Interviews:

Anderson County Chief Deputy and Director of Emergency Management Taylor Jones talks about getting ready for winter weather, and other issues in the county.
Anderson Area Chamber CEO Pam Christopher discusses the importance of the joint economic development forum with Anderson County set for Friday morning starting at 7:30 a.m.
And Former Clemson Assistant Athletic Director John Seketa brings his new book, "Clemson Through the Eyes of the Tiger," which chronicles the sideline mascot an those who have worn the costume at Clemson through the years.
Seketa will be at the Anderson County Museum Tuesday beginning at 5 p.m., along with the current Clemson Tiger Mascot in costume (and a few former mascots as well) for a book party and signing.
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