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REACH with Julie Miller
April is national autism awareness month and our local organization has been in full swing. On this episode, I talk with Julie Miller, President & Executive Director of REACH. We look at all the initiatives the group has going from scholarships to their upcoming Slawburger Festival fundraiser. The post REACH with Julie Miller appeared first on Fayetteville Weekly.
#004 – Industrial Development with Elaine Middleton
With Nippon Steel closing and Daikin’s Goodman plans uncertain, the Industrial Development Board has come under increased scrutiny lately. On this episode, I talk with Elaine Middleton, director of the IDB. We talk about the IDB's role in bringing in new industries and what happens when one closes. The post #004 – Industrial Development with Elaine Middleton appeared first on Fayetteville Weekly.
#003 – School Safety with Dr. Bill Heath and Carman Smith
On this episode, you'll hear from Dr. Bill Heath, the director of county schools, and Carman Smith, the school safety director. We talk about the changes they're making in light of the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida. The post #003 – School Safety with Dr. Bill Heath and Carman Smith appeared first on Fayetteville Weekly.
#002 – Pat Marsh and Bill Newman
On this episode, you'll hear two different interviews. The first is with state representative Pat Marsh. He covers District 62, which includes the northern half of Lincoln County along with Bedford County. In the second interview, I sit down with county mayor Bill Newman. Similar to the episode with Mayor Law, we'll cover how the county has done in the past four years, the upcoming fall elections, and a few other things. The post #002 – Pat Marsh and Bill Newman appeared first on...
#001 – Hello Fayetteville!
Welcome to the very first episode! We look at what the podcast is and what we hope to do. Then we talk with Jon Law about the last four years as city mayor, the things our city has accomplished, and what challenges are still out there. The post #001 – Hello Fayetteville! appeared first on Fayetteville Weekly.