Listen weekday afternoons atto hear from newsmakers, area leaders, and folks with compelling stories on Panhandle Spotlite on
1340 ESPN Radio.
Marsha "Kavalek" has been a newspaper reporter, magazine
writer, teacher, and radio news reporter in the Eastern Panhandle
since moving here in the early '90's. An award-winning broadcast
journalist, she has interviewed several West Virginia governors and
other government officials, including U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and
"Jay" Rockefeller as well as 2nd District Congresswoman Shelley Moore
Capito. Her coverage of President's Bush visit to the 167th Airlift
Wing netted her a WV Broadcaster's Association award.
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 inBerkeley, Morgan, and Jefferson Counties.
This Saturday, July 26th, Brigitte Kobenan will be having a book signing at the Charles Town Library. Her book is titled "Behind the Eyeshadow" and is written from a mother's point of veiw about children with autism. In 2008 she was titled Mrs. Congeniality World and works to raise awareness about autism in the US and Africa - her home country. Listen in as we discuss the struggles of raising children with autism and what parents in a similar situation need to have and look out for.
Steve French has had an interest in the Civil War ever since he learned how to read and has written books to prove it. He loves bringing the heroes of the past back to life and spreading the knowledge of what happened locally during that time. Steve has won awards for his works such as: the 2008 Bachelder-Coddington Literary Award and the 2009 Civil War Round Table of Gettysburg Book Award. Listen in as we discuss some interesting history from your own backyard.