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Tri State Viewpoint 10-20-14

Jean Dean's first half hour guest was Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They
discussed: Huntington's newest honor: A Certified Arts Community with kudos to
the many organizations which make it possible; Huntington's new police chief;
Director of Administration & Finance; 4 charter changes on the election ballot; a
conference the Mayor attended in Louisville;
2nd half: Ebola; flu shots; get out the vote rally tomorrow; yesterday's
Herald-Dispatch political insert.

2014-10-20

Tri State Viewpoint 10-16-14

Jean Dean is joined in studio by Toastmasters' George Thronbury, Kenneth Darko, Joe Langdon to discuss the program's help with public speaking and leadership; and Wayne County Underage Drinking Prevention Coalilition's Bill O'Dell joins the program for the second half to discuss Wayne County's underage drinking perception and their effort to change that perception.

2014-10-16

Tri State Viewpoint 10-15-14

Jean Dean & Wednesday co-host, Dr. Joe Wyatt, retired, Marshall University, Clinical
Psycologist talked about the upcoming election voter photo i.d., risk corridor; ISIS,
ebola; Dr. Wyatt revealed his "liar of the week."

2014-10-15

Tri State Viewpoint 10-14-14

Jean Dean and Tuesday co-host Patrick Grace of Publisher's Place discussed a

number of topics including: ebola preparations for area hospitals; mid-term

elections; early voting; Capito/Tennant race; Rahall/Jenkins debate tonight;

Grimes/McConnell debate last night; ISIS;

2014-10-14

Tri State Viewpoint 10-13-14

Jean Dean welcomed Howard Ross, one of the nation's leading diversity training

consultants and author of Everyday Bias, a book about perceptions, prejudices,

bigotry. 2nd half: Jean welcomed Beth Hendricks of Goodwill. They discussed a

Goodwill fundraiser: a Running Dead 5K, Friday, Oct 31, Ritter Park, 6:30pm start.

They discussed Goodwill's other offerings.

2014-10-13

TriState Viewpoint 10-10-14

Today on the show Jean Dean talks with Eric Shiffer. Chairman/CEO of Patriot Equity. Pharmaceutical adviser.

2014-10-10

Tri State Viewpoint 10-9-14

2014-10-09

Tri State Viewpoint 10-8-14

Jean Dean and Wednesday co-host Dr. Joe Wyatt, retired M.U. professor, clinical
psychology, talked politics including: Tennant/Capito debate last night; Capito's
finances; ebola; and Dr. Wyatt revealed his "liar of the week!"

2014-10-08

Tri State Viewpoint 10-7-14

Jean Dean welcomed Bob Brunner, former television news anchor, now author of Bob
Brunner's Reporter's Recollections. He related some very "juicy" stories of past politicians.

2014-10-07

Tri State Viewpoint 10-6-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams and Congressman Nick Rahall
to the studio for the first half hour. They discussed the funding Congressman Rahall
has been able to secure for the area.
Jean's second half hour guests were Helen Freeman and Cassie Hall of Huntington
High School presenting Wonderland High, a spinoff of Alice in Wonderland, Oct 9,
10, 11, 12. $5 students; $7 adults.

2014-10-06

Tristate Viewpoint 10-3-14

Today on the show, Jean Dean talks with Laurence Steinberg, Ph.D. discussing his book "Age of Opportunity." Gail Sheehy also on the show with Jean to talk about her book "My Passages."

2014-10-03

Tri State Viewpoint 10-1-14

Jean Dean and Wednesday co-host, Dr. Joe Wyatt, talked about the recent White House security breaches; sequestration cuts; Ken Hechler; Huntington City Council Chair Mark Bates phoned to discuss the potential replacing of District 2 Councilman, Pete Gillespie, due to recent circumstances.

2014-10-01

Tri State Viewpoint 9-30-14

Jean Dean welcomed John Patrick Grace, former AP News correspondent, now of
Publisher's Place. They discussed Patrick's civics quiz; foreign languages; world
affairs: Syria, Isis,

2014-09-30

Tri State Viewpoint 9-29-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They discussed HPD's new

police chief to be confirmed by City Council: Joe Ciccarelli, Marshall grad, former

HPD officer, retired FBI agent;
2nd Hour: Jean's guest was Amanda McComas, Director, Branches, Director Violence

Shelter. tristateracer.com has info about a Branches fund-raiser this weekend.

2014-09-29

Tri State Viewpoint 9-29-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams. They discussed HPD's new

police chief to be confirmed by City Council: Joe Ciccarelli, Marshall grad, former

HPD officer, retired FBI agent;
2nd Hour: Jean's guest was Amanda McComas, Director, Branches, Director Violence

Shelter. tristateracer.com has info about a Branches fund-raiser this weekend.

2014-09-29

TriState Viewpoint 9-26-14

Today on the show Jean talks with an author. She also talks with the director of the Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

2014-09-26

TriState Viewpoint 9-25-14

Today on the show Jean has Boz & Dottie Johnson in the first half of the show. In the second half, she talks with Karen Chase, author of "Polio Boulevard."

2014-09-25

Tri State Viewpoint 9-24-14

Jean Dean's guest was former columnist, bon vivant, racontuer, man about town, Dave Peyton. They talked about the current Middle East situation with Isis; man who climbed the White House fence; Afghanistan; Rahall/Jenkins upcoming debate.

2014-09-24

Tri State Viewpoint 9-23-14

Tri State Viewpoint 9-23-14
Jean Dean welcomed Jack El-Hai, author of The Nazi and the Psychiatrist. 2nd half:
Jean discussed what happened in Scotland last week concerning independence with
Bridget Johnson, Washington editor for PJ Media.com.

2014-09-23

Tri State Viewpoint 9-22-14

Jean Dean welcomed Huntington Mayor Steve Williams, Mallie Combs, President, WV Economic Development Council, and Gary Walton, President, Huntingon Area Development Council. They discussed the positives in Huntington. Mayor Williams spoke about tonight's City Council meeting.
2nd half: Jean followed up on her first half hour guests. Jean & her producer, Ernie Anderson, talked about a variety of topics.

2014-09-22

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