Nick Richard wanted to tell our listeners about the support groups they are signing up right now. All of them are free. He read a few testimonials from previous support groups and talked about what each one does. Hear him in the interview below.
Clay spoke about why he thinks he is the best candidate for the job of leading Mandeville. He spoke about family, the campaign, and issues important to him. Hear him in the interview below.
Thomas Mitchell is the Executive Director for Children’s Advocacy Center – Hope House. He wanted to talk about their Champions for Children Nominations and other things they have been up to. Hear him below.
This is a relatively new organization that is doing good work for small businesses and supporting Madisonville. Hear her explain what it is all about in the interview below.
Kristi Trail is the Executive Director of the recently renamed Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation. They are one of the leading environmental groups in the area and work on many projects on the Northshore. Hear her in the interview below.
Liz Garland and Susan Neff spoke about the importance of donations during this time. They also shared the story of a family in came in to honor a lost loved one with their donation. Hear them in the interview below.
We spoke to two gentlemen representing Troop L of the Louisiana State Police. Captain Riles spoke about the construction on I-12. Hear both of these men urge the public to drive safely in the interview below.
Don Shea had some tough numbers to go through when it comes to the people who have lost their jobs because of the pandemic. Hear him share that and some other concerns in the interview below.
Chris Masingill wanted to talk job numbers, where the local economy is now, and about some possible help coming soon from the Feds. Hear him in the interview below.
The Red Beans and Rice Cook-off had to adapt to the current situation so now it is a drive-thru event. Hear these two talk about the event, the West one will happen Monday in Covington.