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Nancy Kman & John Webster
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Morning talk about the issues that affect you, plus a sense of humor
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Mondays- In the News with Buddy Rumchik
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Wednesdays- Karel on the Street
Thursday- Thursday Movie Trivia
Friday- Riffin' with Freddie at 7:35am, The Friday Beer Buzz at 8:35am


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Nancy's Notes
6-20-13 Random thoughts on various issues
Angelina Jolie recently disclosed that she is a BRCA -1 carrier… a breast cancer gene that dramatically increases your odds of getting breast and or ovarian cancer.  These cancers usually hit at a much younger age, and with a lot of...
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Tears in April
It’s been a terribly sad week, with the Boston Marathon bombing and the horrific explosion at the fertilizer plant in Texas.  One is definitely a terror attack, the other is not believed to be criminal but they are looking at all...
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Hey, Hey Paula
Last week the WILK family said goodbye to Paula Deignan.  As the afternoon news anchor I always knew that the stories she reported on would be fair, accurate and delivered in the professional and friendly way she has always had.  This is the...
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The Grandfather I never knew
A grandfather was an enigma to me as a young child.  It wasn't a part of my vocabulary and certainly not a part of my life.  While my kids today have three grandmothers and two grandfathers, I only had one grandparent due to some tragic...
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A Long Journey down the Runway
It was such a pleasure to take part once again in the Pink Elegance Fashion Show in Scranton this past Sunday.  The Komen for the Cure in NEPA event always gets a huge turnout. It seemed like only yesterday when I first walked the runway in a...
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Don't Get Fooled Again You Dirty Girls
I’m hearing a lot of friends talking about the upcoming Dirty Girl Mud Run in Scranton.  Last year there was quite the controversy concerning how much money the event raised, and how little money went to breast cancer.  Now if you...
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Sympathizing with a Psychopath
There was a time when I was obsessed with reading about serial killers.  I always wanted to know what makes them tick.  When something horrible happens, we’d like to think that it is explainable.  Unfortunately, when it comes to...
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Abuse of Power
I live in a rural school district.  Susquehanna County is home to probably more livestock than people.  Our students come from decent, hardworking families.  You know that farmer ad everyone raved about during the Superbowl? ...
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The Beautiful Bulldog
I'm pretty surprised to find the bulldog muscling it's way into the top 5 breeds of dogs, according to the American Kennel Club.  When we got our bulldog, Prudence, back in the late 70's, I got a lot of flak from my friends. ...
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1-24-13 Who is "Your Person"?
My mom just got out of the hospital after having her knee replaced.  I took her there last week to have the procedure done.  She says I am "her person".  "Your person" is the person in your life who you can call on...
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Webster's Bio
Webster's Blog
Everybody Wants a Job But...
Hello, Geisinger Choice? I got a notice in the mail today, says THIS IS NOT A BILL, but it goes on to say that...what's that? Oh, okay. Hello? Yes, I got a notice in the mail today, says THIS IS NOT A BILL, but it goes on to say that...oh,...
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In the Spring...
Mark Twain said, "In the Spring I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours." We clung to the 'prediction' made by an over-commercialized part of Pennsylvania folklore named Punxsutawney Phil that we would,...
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It's a Gas, Gas, Gas!
I bought a five gallon gas can this week. The first thing you see when you walk into the store where I bought it is a gas can display, the price marked $19.95. I wandered through the store and found more identical gas cans on a shelf near the...
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'One for You, Nineteen for Me...'
I put it off as long as I felt comfortable with putting it off but I finally got my income taxes filed this past weekend. I use a popular tax program you've probably heard of, TurboTax. It's the one our former Treasury Secretary,...
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The Age of Stupid
A video that was posted on my Facebook page by Rick Manwiller. It's a 6 min video. I hope it's an exaggeration but I'm not convinced that it is. (There is one fast word of questionable appropriateness which would render this NSFW for...
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I Love a Parade
A beautiful day for a parade this past Saturday in Scranton and I'm glad that it's over. Once upon a time I thought I looked forward to the parade. I know now what I looked forward to was the 'fun' to be had afterward but...
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They're Just Numbers
We toss words like billion and trillion around without any thought about their significance. I suppose inherently we know that these are words that represent numbers that none of us will ever deal with on a personal level and so, aside from being...
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A Marine's View of What Is Really Going On
The following is presently making the rounds on Facebook. This young man is articulate and has a flair for colorful language and descriptive prose.  Scorpions, chiggers, and sand fleas. Great letter, a must read.   FROM A RECON...
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They're Out There
It is a fact that there is a tight little knot of listeners to our show in the morning (and in fact who probably listen to the radio every waking hour) who are, clinically speaking, half a bubble off plumb. Pardon the medical jargon. I'm...
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It Has a Happy Ending
I found this on a Facebook page. It had been posted there by my friend Jerry B. It appears on www.upworthy.com and was titled: Bullies Called Him Pork Chop. He Took That Pain With Him And Then Cooked It Into This. Shane Koyczan was...
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