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Sue Henry

Sue Henry has been WILK's midday talk show host since 2002, specializing in witty banter, politics, oddball music and a little bit of baseball chatter. Sue is a graduate of King's College in Wilkes-Barre and serves as an adjunct faculty member and moderator of the school's radio station. In her spare time, Sue looks after three children and several cats and dogs ***

Weekdays: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM The Sue Henry Show
Weekdays 9am-12:00pm


Tips- call me after my show- 883-9800 ext. 158

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Sue's Views
New York City
     Forty eight hours in New York City is like three years to me. While many people stare slack jawed at the magnitude of its scale and savor its loud volume, I believe you can keep it. There’s nothing like random sirens...
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Fanging Around
     The prospect of a real vampire among us probably seems far-fetched. After all, we may know people who can suck the life out of a situation, but they’re not normally hanging off the nape of the neck; they’re hogging...
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Stake Out at The Everhart
A tip of the cape must be given to Scranton’s Everhart Museum, which has assembled an exhibition that will get people of all curiosities back to a place they really should visit. As a child, I went to the Everhart many times with my grandfather....
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Pretty Boy Fred
  Yes, as through this world I've wandered I've seen lots of funny men; Some will rob you with a six-gun, And some with a fountain pen. -Woody Guthrie, “Pretty Boy Floyd” The mission statement on the web page of...
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Try Freedom
From the swelter of summer to the shiver of winter, it remains a constant to those of us who follow the news. I say “those of us who follow those news” not to condescend to the Honey Boo Booists who dwell among us, but to tell you what...
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The Culture of Silence
Bill Ecenbarger’s message stung more than the bone-chilling temperatures that his audience endured on the night of his remarks in Wilkes-Barre. Ecenbarger, a former Philadelphia Inquirer reporter, certainly saw his share of cover ups, lies and...
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Oh look, a bug!
These days, I worry. While I was navigating through the streets of Wilkes-Barre tonight, a person wearing dark colored clothing emerged from a dark vehicle and into my lane of travel. Did this person think about the potential outcome of his/her exit...
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A girl and her uncle
Blue skies Smiling at me Nothing but blue skies Do I see Blue birds Singing a song Nothing but blue skies All day long _ Irving Berlin Bill McDonough slipped into my life, and he slipped out of it in August. During the course of his colorful,...
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New flood, same feelings
During the all too brief time I knew my mother-in-law, I learned what flooding could do. I realized it could take your home, but I didn’t understand the way it could overcome your spirit. In 1972, my own mother was overseas on an extended vacation...
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Teachers need a PR tutorial
The lesson the Scranton Federation of Teachers is giving this Saturday is clear: Throw a tantrum if you don’t get your way. Sinking their teeth into the taut skin of the city’s taxpayers, the members of the Scranton Federation of...
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