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Tri State Viewpoint 11-24-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They discussed: tonight's
council meeting; possible grants; attacking the drug problem; Frontier
Communications' contest; high speed broadband;

2nd half: Jean's phone guest was James Loewen, bestselling & award-winning
author of Lies My Teacher Told Me About Christopher Columbus. They discussed the
truth about Thanksgiving.

2014-11-24

Tristate Viewpoint 11-21-14

Jean Dean is joined in studio by Kevin Brady, Director of the Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District.

2014-11-21

TriState Viewpoint

Jean Dean. HPD Captain Hank Dial. Former HPD Chief Jim Johnson. Scott Linley, Crime Scene Statistics Analyst, and Huntington Fire Department Captain Jan Raider.

2014-11-20

Tri State Viewpoint

Jean Dean & Wednesday co-host, Dr. Joe Wyatt, retired professor, clinical
psychology, Marshall University. They discussed: House Speaker John Boehner
calling President Obama "an emperor;" immigration; MIT economist Jonathan Gruber; Keystone Pipeline and jobs it could create; and Dr. Wyatt revealed his "biggest liar of the week!"

2014-11-19

Tri State Viewpoint 11-18-14

Jean Dean's first half hour guest was Dan Perkins, registered investment advisor for
over 40 years in managing money and author of the Brotherhood of the Red Nile
Series. They discussed the Keystone Pipeline.
2nd half: Jean's guest was Sophia McClennen, author of Is Satire Saving Our
Nation? She works on the intersections between culture, politics, and society. She is
a professor of international affairs and comparative literature at Penn State
University.

2014-11-18

Tri State Viewpoint 11-17-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Jean Dean. They discussed the refurbishing
of City Hall, holistic approach to Huntington's drug problem.
2nd half: Jean welcomed John Witek and Deborah Novak. They told the story of Levi Holly Stone, a Huntingtonian and photographer. They've assembled a book of his photos. They have a book signing tomorrow at the Huntington Museum of Art.

2014-11-17

Tri State Viewpoint 11-12-14

Jean Dean and Wednesday co-host, Dr. Joe Wyatt, retired, Marshall University,

clinical psychologist. They discussed: President Obama's trip to China about climate

chclouange; spoke with Barbara Ann Kipfer, author of 14,000 Things To Be Happy About: 25th Anniversary Edition; thingstobehappyabout.com is her website.
2nd half: Politics: the mid-term election; Rush Limbaugh;

2014-11-12

Tri State Viewpoint 11-11-14

Jean Dean welcomed John Patrick Grace of Publisher's Place and Marilyn Murdock of
Lily's Place, a pediatric addiction recovery center. lilysplace.org has more
information. In the second half, Jean & Patrick talked about his article in today's
Herald-Dispatch about Tom Brokaw; Affordable Care Act; bipartisanship;

2014-11-11

Tri State Viewpoint 11-10-14

Jean Dean's first half hour guest was Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They discussed a records management system for HPD coordinating local, state, & federal reports; new heavy equipment operator position; recent elections;
2nd half: Bruce Rouse, Johnson Memorial United Methodist Church musical director, and adjunct professor at Marshall University. Computer glitch didn't allow all the audio from the second half.

2014-11-10

TriState Viewpoint

Today on the show Jean talks with Author Chris Hatten. He will be at the Huntington Museum of Art signing his book "Mr. Fitz: Herbert Fitzpatrick and the founding of the Huntington Museum of Art." In the second half of the show, Jean talks with Author Scottie Nell Hughes. She is the author of "Roar: The New Conservative Woman Speaks Out." She also currently serves as the News Director for the Tea Party News Network.

2014-11-07

TriState Viewpoint

In the first half of the show, Jean talks with Dave Peyton about the election. In the second half of the show Clyde Beal joins Jean to talk about his book.

2014-11-06

Tri State Viewpoint 11-5-14

Jean Dean and Wednesday co-host, Dr. Joe Wyatt, re-hashed last night's election.

2014-11-05

Tri-State Viewpoint 11-4-14

In the first half of the show, Jean Dean talks with Patrick Grace. They talk about his column in the Herald-Dispatch about detoxifying the political picture. In the second half of the show, Jean talks with Bill Rosenberger. Newly elected City Councilman for District 2 in Huntington.

2014-11-04

Tri State Viewpoint 11-3-14 2nd half

2nd Hour: Jean welcomed Cabell County Schools Superintendent, Bill Smith. They talked about: school safety; testing;

2014-11-03

Tri State Viewpoint 11-3-14 1st Half

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They discussed: new
administration members, Margaret Mary Layne and Joe Ciccarelli; positives of the city
of Huntington; Huntington's war on drugs: River to Jail; Jim Johnson; Dogwood
Arts & Crafts' return to Huntington.

2014-11-03

TriState Viewpoint 10-30-14

Today on the show, jean Dean talks with Dr. Norma Winter. She is the author of "A Woman in a Man's World." A book about Dr, Winter being 15 and pregnant in the 50's. She was the first female principal in the state of WV. She tells some of her story in the first half. In the second half, Jean talks with Paul Nyden, Columnist, Charleston Daily Mail. He wrote a column about the facts he found when fact checking all the smear campaign ads.

2014-10-30

Tri State Viewpoint 10-29-14

Jean Dean welcomed Roger Russell, author of The Ghost Next Door, a book with
many stories in and around the tri state, including 5th Street hill & Marshall
University; Roger's book is available at kindle and amazon.com;
2nd half: Jean welcomed Huntington City Council Chair Mark Bates. They discussed
the filling of the District 2 council seat, vacated by Pete Gillespie; budget revision;
Police Chief Jim Johnson's new position;

2014-10-29

Tri State Viewpoint 10-28-14

Jean Dean welcomed co-host Patrick Grace of Publisher's Place. They discussed: the
various political races across the country; ebola; ISIS;

2014-10-28

Tri State Viewpoint 10-27-14

Jean Dean's guest was Dave Peyton, former Herald-Dispatch & Charleston Daily Mail columnist. They discussed: ebola, politics--including a call from Secretary of State Natalie Tennant--candidate for Congress;

2014-10-27

TriState Viewpoint 10-23-14

2014-10-24

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