Panhandle Live is an hour long journey across West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle. The area's longest running local talk program offering relevant news, politics, and information to listeners. Host and WEPM news director Hans Fogle has distinguished himself in the news industry and brings that knowledge to the conversation as he discusses the issues of the day with local officials, state leaders, business members, and anyone else contributing to life in Berkeley, Morgan, and Jefferson Counties.
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Panhandle Live for August 30, 2012
by Hans Fogle,posted Sep 4 2012 10:31AM
Republican candidate for WV Supreme Court John Yoder stopped by with his dog, Roxy. He said she has actually been an invaluable tool in his court room. Listen to the interview for some more on Judge Yoder's background. He thinks having an Eastern Panhandle resident on the court will offer some important diversity. Find out more about his campaign on his website.
We also welcomed Pastor Beth Green and Mary Beth Blair invited women to “Come Away” as they detailed the upcoming Adored Women's Conference at the Living Room. The Church will welcome women of all generations with a focus this year on breast cancer. Your can register for the event online and learn more by checking out the interview!