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WISR Extended News at Noon Interviews

By WISR 680-am

Interviews and discussion with local experts on Butler County news and events.
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Amy Metrick

WISR Extended News at Noon InterviewsMar 09, 2023

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Greg Brown

Greg Brown

Greg Brown
Mar 28, 202322:55
Fred Caeser

Fred Caeser

Volunteer Curator of the Saxonburg Museum Fred Caesar joins the show to talk about the efforts to save the Roebling Workshop.
Mar 27, 202317:21
Don Shearer

Don Shearer

Butler City Councilman Don Shearer joins the show to discuss the latest in Butler City news and more.
Mar 24, 202323:11
Butler Downtown

Butler Downtown

Butler Downtown's Audrianna Bly and Krista Washcau join the show to discuss the latest happenings on Main Street and in Downtown Butler.
Mar 23, 202320:02
Jack Cohen

Jack Cohen

Jack Cohen of the Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau joins the show to talk about tasty treats during Butler County's Restaurant Week.
Mar 22, 202310:36
Mike Kelly

Mike Kelly

Congressman Mike Kelly joins the show to talk about the latest surrounding former President Trump's legal situation, the Federal Reserve's decision in raising interest rates, the new Northern Border Caucus, and more.
Mar 21, 202342:59
Matt Doherty

Matt Doherty

Former North Carolina basketball coach Matt Doherty joins the show to discuss his book Rebound. He talks about his career at UNC and how important it is to learn effective leadership lessons.
Mar 20, 202316:42
Dave Malarkey

Dave Malarkey

WISR Morning Show host Dave Malarkey joins the show in celebration of St. Patrick's Day where he highlights geographical, cultural, and other aspects of Ireland.
Mar 17, 202324:34
Chris Frantz

Chris Frantz

Former drummer from the band Talking Heads Chris Frantz joins the show to discuss his career and book Remain In Love.
Mar 16, 202324:17
Ethan Morton

Ethan Morton

Purdue Boilermaker and Butler High graduate Ethan Morton talks about the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Mar 15, 202316:08
Amy Black-Stockhan

Amy Black-Stockhan

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month and Amy Black-Stockhan of Keystone Wellness Programs will discuss local statistics and prevention methods.
Mar 14, 202321:37
Butler High School Musical

Butler High School Musical

Butler Area School District students Savannah Briggs and Luke Bankhart along with teacher Dale Van Lanningham talk about this weekend's performance of You're a Good Man Charlie Brown.
Mar 13, 202319:33
Erik Robbins

Erik Robbins

Local media teacher and noted film critic Erik Robbins joins the show to preview the 2023 Academy Awards.
Mar 10, 202318:09
Amy Metrick

Amy Metrick

Ahead of 4H Week, Amy Metrick stops by to talk about the latest with the 4H program and the activities coming up.
Mar 09, 202317:56
Doug Oster

Doug Oster

Doug Oster gets us ready for spring with tips on gardening, which plants work for this time of year, and following tradition by planting peas on St. Patrick's Day.
Mar 08, 202316:39
Marianne Cornetti

Marianne Cornetti

Knoch graduate and world-renowned opera singer Marianne Cornetti joins the show to talk about returning to Pittsburgh to star in "Il Trovatore" in March at the Benedum Center.
Mar 07, 202329:09
Moniteau Musical

Moniteau Musical

Director Darcie Bishop and students from Moniteau High School join the program to talk about their musical "Bye Bye Birdie".
Mar 06, 202314:53
Jim Garrity

Jim Garrity

Many travelers are getting ready for spring time travel and AAA's Jim Garrity joins the show to discuss the latest trends and popular destinations for vacationers.
Mar 03, 202312:55
Adam Bittner

Adam Bittner

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Adam Bittner joins the show to discuss the future of AT&T Sports Network following a bankruptcy filing and what's in store for the future broadcasting rights of the Pirates and Penguins.
Mar 02, 202316:25
Seneca Valley High School Musical

Seneca Valley High School Musical

Producer Amber Huges and students Jackson Huges and Morgan Roithner join the show to discuss Seneca Valley's upcoming production of Mary Poppins.
Mar 01, 202313:10
Karns City High School Musical

Karns City High School Musical

Beth Ackelson and Students from Karns City High School join the program to talk about their musical "The Addams Family."
Feb 28, 202316:52
Tom Knights

Tom Knights

Butler Township Manager Tom Knights joins the Extended News at Noon to discuss the new Pullman Athletic Complex and the latest news in the township.
Feb 27, 202323:56
Jordan Grady

Jordan Grady

Butler County Chamber of Commerce President Jordan Grady joins the show to discuss the latest happenings with the chamber and the local business community.
Feb 24, 202322:10
Butler County Commissioners

Butler County Commissioners

Butler County Commissioners Leslie Osche, Kim Geyer, and Kevin Boozel provide an update on county projects and initiatives.
Feb 23, 202338:09
Patrick Reagan

Patrick Reagan

Ultra-marathon runner Patrick Reagan joins the show to discuss his induction into the Slippery Rock University Athletic Hall of Fame and the sport of ultra marathon running.
Feb 22, 202318:57
Ellen Gaus

Ellen Gaus

Ellen Gaus, researcher with the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, joins the program to talk about their latest economic report on the Southwest Pennsylvania Region.
Feb 21, 202313:24
Martin O'Brien

Martin O'Brien

Founder and president of Washington Trail 1753 Martin O'Brien discusses George Washington's journey through the area in 1753.
Feb 20, 202322:20
Tracey Goodbye

Tracey Goodbye

Tracey Morgan and coworkers talk about radio memories.
Feb 17, 202331:52
Pastor Barry

Pastor Barry

Pastor Barry Keurulainen talks about change and closure.
Feb 16, 202324:04
Bob Dandoy

Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy discusses city of Butler issues.
Feb 15, 202325:17
Polly Shaw

Polly Shaw

Polly Shaw discusses Dr. Frank W. Preston and his connections with Butler County.
Feb 09, 202331:44
Bill May

Bill May

Local historian, Bill May,  gives us a history lesson on Butler with topics including 1. General Lafayette and the Lafayette Building 2. Clara Barton 3. President James Buchanan 4. President William Howard Taft 5. The famous outlaw Frank James who with his brother Jesse became famous wild west train robbers. 6. Buffalo Bill Cody
Feb 08, 202328:52
Robin Miller

Robin Miller

Robin Miller, from Thompson Miller Funeral Home, talks about the grieving process.
Feb 07, 202324:30
Penn Theater

Penn Theater

Bryan Frenchak, the new owner of the Penn Theater in Butler talks about his journey and the purchase of the establishment.
Feb 06, 202321:60
Hospital Violence

Hospital Violence

Dr. David Rottinghaus, Chief Medical Officer of the Butler Health System, talks about a recent press release from the Chief Medical Officer Consortium concerning violence in health care settings and a call for support from the public.
Feb 03, 202318:44
Washington's Trail

Washington's Trail

We learn a bit about the history in Butler County by talking with Martin O'Brien about Washington's Trail.
Feb 02, 202315:49
Older Workers

Older Workers

Judy Balloff, a financial advisor and author of 365 Days of Abundance, talks about how older workers are in demand and how she ended up with her dream job at the age of 64.
Feb 01, 202319:44
Covenant Presbyterian Church (Underground Railroad)

Covenant Presbyterian Church (Underground Railroad)

Lars Morrison, Clerk of Session with Covenant Presbyterian Church in Butler, talks about its connection to the underground railroad.
Jan 31, 202321:24
Butler Little Theater

Butler Little Theater

Sue Collier, Chair of the Butler Littler Theater Board, talks about what it takes to pull off a performance at the Butler Little Theater and the need for volunteers.
Jan 30, 202322:45
Water Rescue

Water Rescue

Butler County Community College professor and Butler County Team 300 Technician, Chris Calhoun, talks about water rescues in this area and his opportunity to educate teams in Australia.
Jan 26, 202334:01
Andre Parker

Andre Parker

Andre Parker, local community member, talks about his first book called Interviewing Granddad, and shares how he pulled real life experiences into the story.  The premise is a young man who sits at the gravesite of his grandfather to share his personal thoughts and reflections.
Jan 25, 202316:14
Matthew Kraemer

Matthew Kraemer

Butler Symphony Orchestra Director, Maestro Matthew Kraemer, shares about his time with the organization and his future plans as he moves on from directing the orchestra in Butler County.
Jan 23, 202315:38
Older Workers

Older Workers

Judy Balloff, a financial advisor and author of 365 Days of Abundance, talks about how older workers are in demand and how she ended up with her dream job at the age of 64.
Jan 20, 202319:44
Art Center

Art Center

Ann Stockart, Treasurer with the Butler County Arts Center, talks about how this nearly 100 year organization in Butler is on the verge of closing.
Jan 19, 202322:42
Blackwood Arts

Blackwood Arts

Jason Wiles, with the non-profit organization, Blackwood Arts, talks about the theater pipe organ that is played on location for concerts, as well the mission to keep its music alive.
Jan 18, 202325:55
Talking to Kids About Inflation

Talking to Kids About Inflation

Gregg Murset, CEO of BusyKid, talks about how to talk to your kids about money and inflation.
Jan 17, 202317:32
Warming Centers

Warming Centers

The segment focuses on the warming center in downtown Butler at Glade Run Lutheran Services.  On this program is Steven Green, CEO of Glade Run, and Amanda Feltenberger with the Butler County Homeless Services.
Jan 16, 202326:00
Art Center

Art Center

Ann Stockart, Treasurer with the Butler County Arts Center, talks about how this nearly 100 year organization in Butler is on the verge of closing.
Jan 13, 202322:42
Butler Little Theater

Butler Little Theater

Sue Collier, Chair of the Butler Littler Theater Board, talks about what it takes to pull off a performance at the Butler Little Theater and the need for volunteers.
Jan 12, 202322:45
Jake Kradel

Jake Kradel

Pitt offensive lineman and Butler graduate Jake Kradel recaps the Panthers football season, the Sun Bowl game and talks about Damar Hamlin.
Jan 11, 202319:33
Bill May

Bill May

Local historian, Bill May,  gives us a history lesson on Butler with topics including   1. General Lafayette and the Lafayette Building 2. Clara Barton 3. President James Buchanan 4. President William Howard Taft 5. The famous outlaw Frank James who with his brother Jesse became famous wild west train robbers. 6. Buffalo Bill Cody
Jan 10, 202328:52
Hospital Violence

Hospital Violence

Dr. David Rottinghaus, Chief Medical Officer of the Butler Health System, talks about a recent press release from the Chief Medical Officer Consortium concerning violence in health care settings and a call for support from the public.
Jan 09, 202318:44
Water Rescue

Water Rescue

Butler County Community College professor and Butler County Team 300 Technician, Chris Calhoun, talks about water rescues in this area and his opportunity to educate teams in Australia.
Jan 06, 202334:01
Plant the Moon

Plant the Moon

Dr. Estelle Couradeau, Ph.D. Assistant professor, College of Ag, ESM Department at Penn State, talks about her class's participation in the Plant the Moon Challenge.  
Jan 05, 202318:53
Flu

Flu

Dr. Veronica Vezzani, a BHS Primary Care doctor located in Zelienople, talks about the flu.
Jan 04, 202316:38
Penn Theater

Penn Theater

Bryan Frenchak, the new owner of the Penn Theater in Butler talks about his journey and the purchase of the establishment.
Jan 03, 202321:60
Tyler-New Year's Eve and Day Spreads

Tyler-New Year's Eve and Day Spreads

Tyler Friel once again talks about his favorite foods, this time for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Dec 30, 202216:58
Howie Pentony

Howie Pentony

Howie Pentony, owner of Pentony Capital Management, recaps the year's financial news and looks to the market's future.
Dec 29, 202240:32
How To Digital Search Items at a Library

How To Digital Search Items at a Library

Peter Best, Assistant Director of Butler Public Library, explains how To digital search items at a library.
Dec 28, 202225:46
Jake Kradel

Jake Kradel

Pitt offensive lineman and Butler graduate Jake Kradel talks about the upcoming Sun Bowl and the past season at Pitt.
Dec 27, 202226:42
BCRN Christmas Carol

BCRN Christmas Carol

Staff members of the Butler Radio Network stage their version of the Christmas Carol.
Dec 23, 202230:26
Ice Skating Cities/Winter Damage To Lawns

Ice Skating Cities/Winter Damage To Lawns

We talk to Lawn Starter on a couple of winter topics.  Did you know Pittsburgh was #4 on a list of best cities for ice-skating?  Do you know how to recognize if your lawn has been damaged by the winter weather? Lawn Starter's editor-in-chief, Jeff Herman, joins the conversation.
Dec 22, 202216:01
Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy shares the progress in the city of Butler and outlines projects that effect the city.
Dec 21, 202226:16
Warming Centers

Warming Centers

The segment focuses on the warming center in downtown Butler at Glade Run Lutheran Services.  On this program is Steven Green, CEO of Glade Run, and Amanda Feltenberger with the Butler County Homeless Services.
Dec 20, 202226:01
VA PACT ACT

VA PACT ACT

Sharon Coyle, Executive Director of the Butler VA Health Care System, and Jennifer Vandermolen, Director, Pittsburgh VA Regional Office, explain the PACT ACT and how veterans are able to access benefits.
Dec 19, 202226:59
Penn Theater

Penn Theater

Bryan Frenchak, the new owner of the Penn Theater in Butler talks about his journey and the purchase of the establishment.
Dec 16, 202221:60
Suicide Awareness Month

Suicide Awareness Month

Dr. Shanea L. Clancy, with Butler VA, talks about suicide prevention for veterans.
Dec 14, 202220:14
BASD Fisheries Program

BASD Fisheries Program

Mr. David Andrews, a former 7/8 grade science teacher with Butler Area School District, talks about the BASD Fisheries Program and how classes raise and then release trout in area waters.  His current role is Instructional Coach for Student Engagement with the Butler School District.
Dec 13, 202215:54
Stress/Holidays

Stress/Holidays

Ruthann Durso, Behavioral Health with the Butler Health System, talks about stress during the holidays and how to navigate it.
Dec 12, 202228:57
Flu

Flu

Dr. Veronica Vezzani, a BHS Primary Care doctor located in Zelienople, talks about the flu.
Dec 09, 202216:38
BC3 Update

BC3 Update

Dr. Nick Neupauer talks about the first graduating class of the LPN program, the food insecurities teams feeding those in need this month, and the sports programs with Butler County Community College.
Dec 08, 202216:24
Butler Library

Butler Library

Peter Best, Assistant Director of Butler Public Library, explains how To digital search items at a library
Dec 07, 202227:32
Generations in Workplace

Generations in Workplace

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Dec 06, 202227:43
Middlesex- Healthy Eating

Middlesex- Healthy Eating

Dr. Agnes Ghallagher and Dr. Cimperman, Middlesex Chiropractic Center and Holistic Health,  talk about healthy eating.
Dec 05, 202224:13
Blackwood Arts

Blackwood Arts

Jason Wiles, with the non-profit organization, Blackwood Arts, talks about the theater pipe organ that is played on location for concerts, as well the mission to keep its music alive.
Dec 02, 202225:55
Gambling Addictions

Gambling Addictions

Amy Black-Stockham, with the Keystone Wellness Program, talks about gambling issues, how they have increase, and the emotional tie to the gambling addictions. Keystone Wellness Program, in Butler, works closely with the National Council on Problem Gambling on educating the public on the issue.
Dec 01, 202224:04
Foods That Cause Anxiety

Foods That Cause Anxiety

Dr. Julie Gatza, co-founder of the Florida Wellness Institute, talks about foods that cause anxiety.
Nov 30, 202218:33
FBI Scams

FBI Scams

Supervisory Special Agent Jonathan Holmes, of the FBI Pittsburgh Division, talks about recent tech scams, some of which scammers take over your computer.
Nov 29, 202216:38
Caring Angels Program

Caring Angels Program

Kris Bowser, from the Butler Health System Foundation, talks about this year's Caring Angels Program.
Nov 28, 202227:04
Red Kettle Campaign

Red Kettle Campaign

Salvation Army Major Darlene Means talks about this year's Red Kettle Campaign.
Nov 25, 202221:40
Tyler's Thanksgiving Dishes

Tyler's Thanksgiving Dishes

Tyler Friel talks about Thanksgiving food ideas.
Nov 23, 202220:44
SRU President Search

SRU President Search

Jeff Smith, Chairman of the Slippery Rock University Presidential Search, talks about the 4 candidates that are in the running for the position.
Nov 22, 202227:57
Butterball Turkey

Butterball Turkey

Susan Smith from the Butterball Hotline discusses Thanksgiving turkey tips.
Nov 21, 202207:58
Pet Loss & Grieving

Pet Loss & Grieving

Author Brandon Wainwright has honored his beloved dog by penning a memoir about their journey. As a former police officer, he shares what he has learned about grieving for a pet and healing from the loss.
Nov 18, 202220:35
Jake Kradel

Jake Kradel

Butler graduate and current Pitt offensive lineman Jake Kradel talks about his career playing football.
Nov 17, 202218:25
FBI Scams

FBI Scams

Supervisory Special Agent Jonathan Holmes, of the FBI Pittsburgh Division, talks about recent tech scams, some of which scammers take over your computer.
Nov 16, 202216:38
Red Kettle Campaign

Red Kettle Campaign

Salvation Army Major Darlene Means talks about this year's Red Kettle Campaign.
Nov 15, 202221:40
Talking To Kids About Inflation

Talking To Kids About Inflation

Gregg Murset, CEO of BusyKid, talks about how to talk to your kids about money and inflation.
Nov 14, 202217:32
Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy

Butler City Mayor, Bob Dandoy, talks about the Penn Theater, the CDBG Care Act grant money for the local parks, and the parking meter calibration.
Nov 11, 202225:14
BC3 Update

BC3 Update

Dr. Nick Neupauer, President of Butler County Community College, talks about the first graduating class of the Practical Nursing Program, as well as update on the capital projects, events, the Food Insecurity Initiative, and registration for the winter session.
Nov 10, 202224:29
Election Result Coverage

Election Result Coverage

Tracey Morgan and Tyler Friel discuss last night's election results.
Nov 09, 202221:23
Election Preview

Election Preview

Tracy Morgan and Tyler Friel preview tonight's election.
Nov 08, 202226:04
Food Waste

Food Waste

Linlin Fan, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics with Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, talks about food waste and a recent study she led that examined support and perceived effectiveness for popular food waste solutions.
Nov 07, 202224:36
Butler Symphony

Butler Symphony

John Furman, Executive Director of the Butler County Symphony Orchestra, talks about what it takes to be a great symphony and a professional performer.
Nov 04, 202225:52
Washington's Trail

Washington's Trail

We learn a bit about the history in Butler County by talking with Martin O'Brien about Washington's Trail.
Nov 03, 202216:07
10 Ways To Have A Good Day at Work

10 Ways To Have A Good Day at Work

Lisa Guard, with Specialized Staffing and Industry Recruiters in Butler, talks about 10 Steps to having a better day at work.
Nov 02, 202222:25
RSV in Kids

RSV in Kids

Dr. Richard Filiaggi, a pediatrician with the Butler Health System, talks about RSV in kids and explains what it is.  He also discusses what happens to our bodies when we get the common cold.
Nov 01, 202215:40
Christmas Parade

Christmas Parade

Entries are due for this year's Christmas parade in downtown Butler.  Registration forms are at www.butlerradio.com. 
Oct 31, 202215:58
Covenant Presbyterian Church (Underground Railroad)

Covenant Presbyterian Church (Underground Railroad)

Lars Morrison, Clerk of Session with Covenant Presbyterian Church in Butler, talks about its connection to the underground railroad.
Oct 28, 202221:24
BASD Fisheries Program

BASD Fisheries Program

Mr. David Andrews, a former 7/8 grade science teacher with Butler Area School District, talks about the BASD Fisheries Program and how classes raise and then release trout in area waters.  His current role is Instructional Coach for Student Engagement with the Butler School District.
Oct 27, 202215:54
Hang Tough

Hang Tough

Sharon Schneider, founder of Hang Tough, talks about this year's initiative to offer cancer patients a gift to uplift their spirits during the holidays.
Oct 26, 202216:33
Blackwood Arts

Blackwood Arts

Jason Wiles, with the non-profit organization, Blackwood Arts, talks about the theater pipe organ that is played on location for concerts, as well the mission to keep its music alive.
Oct 25, 202225:55
BC3 Empowerment Initiative

BC3 Empowerment Initiative

Tricia Pritchard talks about the Butler County Government Initiate at Bc3 and the effort to teach people life and communication skills.
Oct 24, 202226:27
Hang Tough

Hang Tough

Sharon Schneider, founder of Hang Tough, talks about this year's initiative to offer cancer patients a gift to uplift their spirits during the holidays.
Oct 21, 202216:33
Wil White

Wil White

Butler County's interim elections director Wil White discusses information voters need to know ahead of this fall's general election.
Oct 20, 202236:21
Mental Health Writing

Mental Health Writing

Alice Del Vecchio, Institute for Nonprofit Leadership  at  Slippery Rock University, and SRU student, Kimberly Wilsoncrot, talk about the benefits of writing when you're facing mental health challenges and a workshop to teach you how to write your story.
Oct 19, 202226:10
Dan Pastore

Dan Pastore

Democratic candidate for the 16th District Dan Pastore discusses his campaign, current events, and more.
Oct 18, 202229:45
Mike Kelly

Mike Kelly

Congressman Mike Kelly visits to talk about the latest news from Washington and other current events.
Oct 17, 202239:57
Mental Health Writing

Mental Health Writing

Alice Del Vecchio, Institute for Nonprofit Leadership  at  Slippery Rock University, and SRU student, Kimberly Wilsoncrot, talk about the benefits of writing when you're facing mental health challenges and a workshop to teach you how to write your story.
Oct 14, 202226:10
BC3 Update

BC3 Update

Dr.  Nick Neupauer talks about the many positive things happening at Butler County Community College.
Oct 13, 202221:37
Kids Empathy

Kids Empathy

In this segment of the Extended News at Noon, we talk about the importance of teaching kids empathy.
Oct 12, 202221:33
Ghouls for Good

Ghouls for Good

Jordan Grady talks about the program Ghouls for Good, in which kids can get a free costume for Halloween.
Oct 11, 202216:22
Christmas Parade

Christmas Parade

Entries are due for this year's Christmas parade in downtown Butler.  Registration forms are at www.butlerradio.com.
Oct 10, 202215:58
Cultural District

Cultural District

Rotarian Leslie Osche talks about the launch of the Cultural District and all the activities on Saturday (10/8)
Oct 07, 202219:49
Grist Mill

Grist Mill

Polly Shaw talks about the Historic Grist Mill at McConnell's Mill.
Oct 06, 202224:31
Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy

Butler City Mayor Bob Dandoy discusses the BASA sale and other city issues.
Oct 05, 202222:36
Butler Band Festival

Butler Band Festival

Butler Band Director, Jeff Kroner, shares his insights on another successful year for the Butler Band Festival and reflects on the benefit of music and how it can affect a young individual.
Oct 04, 202222:28
NAMI

NAMI

Donna Lamison, NAMI Butler Executive Director, and Haley Merchant, Sr. Director of Programs at Center for Community Resources, talks about a new initiative to reach young individuals to help them understand mental health.
Oct 03, 202225:44
Middlesex - Healthy Living

Middlesex - Healthy Living

Dr. Agnes Gallagher and Dr. Cimperman, Middlesex Chiropractic Center and Holistic Health,  talk about healthy eating.
Sep 30, 202224:13
Ian_Disney

Ian_Disney

Mike Mason, a Butler county native, shares his experience of Hurricane Ian while he is visiting Disney on vacation.
Sep 29, 202220:59
REGGIE

REGGIE

Bob Keefe, Executive Director of E2, walks us through RGGI, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and its importance to environment and economy.
Sep 27, 202223:14
Benefits of Networking

Benefits of Networking

BRX Butler, a local networking group, talks about the importance of networking.
Sep 26, 202219:45
Generations in Workplace

Generations in Workplace

Lisa Guard, owner of Specialized Staffing, talks about the different generations in a workplace.
Sep 23, 202227:43
Vehicles on Roadway

Vehicles on Roadway

Trooper Joshua R. Black, Community Services & PR officer with the PA State Police, Troop D, Butler, talks about which vehicles are allowed to use the roadways and which motorized units are not.
Sep 22, 202221:19
Gambling Problems

Gambling Problems

Amy Black-Stockham, with the Keystone Wellness Program, talks about gambling issues, how they have increase, and the emotional tie to the gambling addictions. Keystone Wellness Program, in Butler, works closely with the National Council on Problem Gambling on educating the public on the issue.
Sep 21, 202223:44
Suicide Prevention (Vets)

Suicide Prevention (Vets)

Dr. Shanea L. Clancy, with Butler VA, talks about suicide prevention for veterans.
Sep 20, 202220:28
K-9 Funds

K-9 Funds

Police Chief Robert O'Neil and Lt. Brian Grooms talks about the decreasing Butler City K9 program funds.
Sep 19, 202219:00
Queen's Passing

Queen's Passing

Kristin Hibbs talks about what life is like in London after Queen Elizabeth II passing.
Sep 16, 202220:20
Door to Door Knocking

Door to Door Knocking

Jehovah's Witnesses talk about reinstating their door-to-door ministry.
Sep 15, 202219:57
Butler Area Public Library

Butler Area Public Library

Peter Bess, with the Butler Area Public Library, talks about library services, the app that has now added magazine to rent, as well as how listen or reading in different fonts can help some people take in information more comprehensively.
Sep 12, 202227:52
Covid Boosters

Covid Boosters

Dr. John Love, Infectious Disease Specialist with the Butler Health System, talks about the new COVID booster.
Sep 09, 202218:37
BC3 Update

BC3 Update

Dr. Nick Neupauer, President of Butler County Community College, talks about the recent #1 Ranking from Niche, awards announcements, and the fall semester.
Sep 08, 202220:03
Kent Shoemaker

Kent Shoemaker

Kent Shoemaker, the long-standing voice announcer at Mars football and basketball games, reflects on his career as a teacher, coach, and sports announcing as he moves into retirement.
Sep 06, 202219:43
Artemis Flight

Artemis Flight

Jim Pawelczyk, former Columbia astronaut and a Professor at Penn State Extension, talks about the NASA launch of Artemis.
Sep 02, 202219:43
Butler Symphony Update

Butler Symphony Update

John Furman, Executive Director of the Butler County Symphony Orchestra, talks about the upcoming season as well as what its like to be a professional performer.
Sep 01, 202226:52
Cultural District

Cultural District

Alina Glath and Commissioner and PM Rotarian Leslie Osche, talks about the Cultural District in Butler and the call for artists to participate.
Aug 31, 202223:19
Andre Parker

Andre Parker

Andre Parker, local community member, talks about his first book called Interviewing Granddad, and shares how he pulled real life experiences into the story.  The premise is a young man who sits at the gravesite of his grandfather to share his personal thoughts and reflections.
Aug 30, 202216:14
Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Elaine Snyder, Co-President of Sleep in Heavenly Peace in Mars, talks about the beds they make and donate to kids without a bed to sleep in.
Aug 29, 202224:38
Author Pet Loss

Author Pet Loss

Author, Brandon Wainwright, has honored his beloved dog by penning a memoir about their journey. As a former police officer, he shares what he has learned about grieving for a pet and healing from the loss.
Aug 26, 202220:35
Band Jam

Band Jam

Bob Cupp and Tracey Morgan talk about the Band Jam, Grass Music Festival at Cooper's Lake Campground.
Aug 25, 202228:34
Career Track

Career Track

Kim Anthony, VP of Operations with Butler Career TRACK, talks about the emotional struggle a person can go through when they are let go from a job and are seeking a new one.
Aug 23, 202218:28
Butler Hometown Heroes

Butler Hometown Heroes

Retired Major-General Peter Talleri will be part of the Hometown Hero Program this week with the Butler Area School District.
Aug 22, 202222:28
SRU Student on History Channel

SRU Student on History Channel

Eric Finch, a Seneca Valley alum, and current Slippery Rock University student, talks about his win on History Channel's “Forged in Fire" as an amateur bladesmith.
Aug 19, 202216:57
German Counsel General

German Counsel General

German Consul General David Gill is planning on attending Mingle on Main on Thursday, August 18th.  He will be the highest-ranking German representative to ever visit the historic borough founded by German immigrants John Augustus and Carl F. Roebling in 1832.
Aug 18, 202216:44
Amir Mohammadi

Amir Mohammadi

Former Slippery Rock University Senior Vice President Dr. Amir Mohammadi speaks after his position was eliminated earlier this year.
Aug 17, 202225:57
Hometown Heroes

Hometown Heroes

Retired Major-General Peter Talleri will be part of the Hometown Hero Program next week with the Butler Area School District.
Aug 16, 202222:28
SRU On Campus Living

SRU On Campus Living

David Wilmes, Slippery Rock University's Chief Student Affairs Officer, talks about the recent decision to implement a two-year residence requirement.
Aug 15, 202218:50
Marci Mustello

Marci Mustello

Discusses upcoming events
Aug 12, 202222:40
BC3 Update

BC3 Update

President of Butler County Community College, Dr. Nick Neupauer, talks about the start of the school year, the newest foundation member, and new degrees being offered at BC3.
Aug 11, 202219:39
Butler Language Trip

Butler Language Trip

The Butler High School's German and French Clubs recently returned from a trip overseas.  We are joined by one of the instructors, a student, and his mother to talk about the experience.
Aug 10, 202226:35
Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Elaine Snyder, Co-President of Sleep in Heavenly Peace in Mars, talks about the beds they make and donate to kids without a bed to sleep in.
Aug 09, 202224:38
Drug & Alcohol Services

Drug & Alcohol Services

The Butler County Opioid Overdose Coalition talked about a couple of upcoming events, one of hope and another focusing on grief.
Aug 08, 202223:60
Covid Unit UPMC

Covid Unit UPMC

We talk to UPMC's COVID Recovery Clinic in why they created the service to help people recover from COVID-19.
Aug 05, 202212:03
Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy

Mayor Bob Dandoy talks about the city Street Scapes projects.
Aug 03, 202222:48