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Panhandle Live for Nov. 7. 2012
by Hans Fogle,posted Nov 7 2012 12:49PM
Breathing a sigh of post election relief! This morning we went Behind the Headlines with Bryan Clark and the Spirit of Jefferson. He broke down some of the results from last night's General Election. Some surprising things happened in the Eastern Panhandle.
We also spoke with Paul Espinosa who was elected to the 66th Delegate District last night. He pledged bipartisanship and spoke about how he'd like to move the state forward.
And we got an update on overall wellness from Marian Morrison, RN from
the Berkeley County Health Department and WVU Nursing Student Rachael Sween. It is important to take some responsibility when it comes to health. As Marian points out, the department can offer a lot of help there. Check out the health department's website for more information or call (304) 263-5131.