HHPodcast News:  Whatever happen to Tygar Evans. Tragic weekend on Georgia roads. Peaks & Valleys: 7 highs and lows from the weekend.  Farewell to a friend — the vet longing for a final drive in his old pickup.

HHPodcast News: Whatever happen to Tygar Evans. Tragic weekend on Georgia roads. Peaks & Valleys: 7 highs and lows from the weekend. Farewell to a friend — the vet longing for a final drive in his old pickup.


All the radio you need each day in just over eight minutes:
  •  Catching up with Dr. J. Tygar Evans: The principal who helped Rome High earn national recognition once again leads a high school, this time in Tuscaloosa.  
  • Dining: Hiring begins at Bucket o Shrimp in East Rome, Popeye’s in West Rome. Plus: Dress for success at Cow Appreciation Day on Tuesday.  
  • Area veteran who worked with friends in hopes of getting his beloved ‘Frankenstein’ pickup running in his final days, succumbs to pancreatic cancer. But even that didn’t stop efforts to fire up the ’71 Dodge. 
  • Holiday weekend on Georgia roads including the death of a wanted man on a stolen motorcycle avoiding police. Also, three residents from Paulding County were among seven people killed in horrible collision in Northeast Georgia on Saturday. 
  • Peaks & Valleys: The highs and lows of Northwest Georgia from the holiday weekend.
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