We had a crew in from STHS to talk about Monster Mash. Hear Tim, Lori, Melanie and Brad talk about how great Monster Mash will be this year. It will be drive-thru and tickets must be purchased in advance. Hear them below.
Parish President Mike Cooper spoke to us about Covid and Governor Edwards. He spoke about the letter he sent to Baton Rouge and other details about moving the economy forward. Hear him below.
6:40 Q: This is the first thing most people think about everyday. What is it? A: Sleep Winner: Jackie Dumas from Ponchy! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Almost 3 out of 4 moms say this is the most effective way to discipline their kids. What? A: Take away their video games Winner: Anna Kate McDavid from…
David is the President Elect of the St Tammany Chamber of Commerce. He talked about events they are rolling out in the next few months and also how they are working now to help local businesses survive COVID.
Alexandra came by from Northshore Humane Society and brought along Blue. Blue is a weeks old puppy who was abandoned with four other siblings and is now in the care of the NS Humane Society. Hear her talk about it in the interview below.
Liz brought in some friends from the Blood Center to talk about their friendly competition this week between local fire and police departments. Hear them talk about it in the interview below.
6:40 Q: 8 in 10 Americans have one of these, but a hundred years ago, only one in 10 could say the same. What is it? A: A middle name Winner: No Winner! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: According to a new study, if your kids do this when they’re young, don’t worry too much about…
Amy Bouton from St Tammany Parish Government had a long list of things she wanted to cover in our segment today. We talked COVID, bridges, pets roadwork and more. Hear her in the interview below.
Yvette Roussel joined Gwen Byers to talk about a Food Drive they are working on together for Northshore Food Bank. There’s a list of needed items below. You can hear them explain what they are up to in the interview below.
6:40 Q: Americans spend an average of 6 hours per week doing this at home. What is it? A: Cooking Winner: Jayme Dennies from Madisonville 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Almost half of parents are worried their kids will follow in their footsteps when it comes to this. What is it? A: Their driving habits Winner: Gillian…