Panhandle Live

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.

Through Panhandle Live, Fogle provides his listeners with unequaled access to people making the news happen from outside their front doors to the capitol dome in Charleston.  It's a daily combination of journalism, fun, and local flavor.

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Panhandle Live for July 24, 2012

We got to learn a bit about United Bank as President and CEO of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce Tina Combs and I spoke to the bank's Marketing Director John Flaherty. It sounded like they are serious about being an active part of the community. Learn more at and of course


Nice to catch up on the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic with Executive Director Michelle Goldman. We also got to meet their very qualified Development Director Vicki Shean. She will have a chance to really work with the people benefiting from their services! Taste of the Town coming up in October!


There's still time to catch the 2012 Season of the Contemporary American Theater Festival. James McNeel gave us a nice picture of how the season has gone. Attendance is good, but can always be better. Get tickets now at

And some serious questions after the shooting at a movie theater in Colorado. The conversation about gun control has again moved to the forefront of political conversation around the country. Art Thomm with the West Virginia Citizen's Defense League took time out of a vacation to defend fire arms as a constitutional right.

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Locations : Colorado
People : James McNeelThen Vicki SheanTina Combs

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July 24, 2012
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