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Wednesday, December 31 1969


The Importance of Local Radio

We had such a great time interviewing WEIB 106.3FM Owner & General Manager Carol Moore Cutting last month, and she had so many interesting stories to tell, that we decided to bring you one more Women's History Month Series bonus feature.  Here are some of her thoughts on being the only locally owned commercial radio station in our area:

Women's History Month is Almost Over

As we told you last week, our New Media Producer has been focused on making some great short videos to celebrate women but, now that we're coming to the end of March, she'll be able to resume posting here regularly.  Once you've watched the last one, which we plan on uploading Monday, we hope you'll remember to think about equality in all its forms throughout the year and not just during specially designated months.

Introducing Jimmie

Time for another vlog (video blog) post!

An American Nurse at War

Adapted from a The Arbors at Greenfield press release:

On Tuesday, July 2nd, at 3:00pm at The Arbors at Greenfield, Steven Hooper, great-nephew of Marion McCune Rice & Meg Kupiec, will present "An American Nurse at War".

The 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI is approaching and the poignant story of the courage and patriotism by WWI Red Cross Nurse Marion McCune Rice of Brattleboro, VT, is a fitting way to remember all those who sacrificed their lives.

All About the Arts

This was a busy week for the arts in Greenfield, and greater Franklin County, and we were right in the thick of it.  Promoting upcoming events, assisting local organizations with their preparations, and interviewing artists was done by both staff and volunteers over the past four days.