From Studio 1A, Friday’s podcast edition of Hometown Headlines (8:22 minutes) is hot and ready (what do you expect for National Doughnut Day).
We lead it off with the Fastest 90 Seconds of News in the Nation including a very soggy forecast (and a tip of the hat to Scott Thompson for the headline from his song, ‘There’s Something About the Rain.’)
Plenty of education news from a new president at GNTC to a hotel from Berry College at the tennis center to a deserved contract extension for Dr. Jeff Wilson as superintendent of Floyd County Schools
We have the Weekend guide courtesy of the Forum River Center.
What’s on today’s news radar (Radar Love reference courtesy Golden Earring).
Peaks & Valleys: The highs and lows of Northwest Georgia.
And Weekend Observations: The real impact of Monday’s City Commission vote on downtown parking.
Please join us today and also we hope you listen to our first long-form podcast with Jay Shell and Harry Brock on downtown parking.
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