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Weekend Window 8/20/16

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Friday Feature- Organic Growers School (Farm Training)

First on air August 12 (2016), this Friday Feature Interview of the Week focused on the Western North Carolina Organic Growers School, as Farmers Programs Coordinator Nicole Delcogliano discussed the non-profit group and this falls Farm Beginnings Farmer Training Program. Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature, Paul Foster

More To The Story: History of Madison County Ballads

People and Place Writer for the Asheville Citizen-Times, Dale Neal, discussed the history and heritage of Madison County (N.C.) Ballads - deep rich folk style songs that go back some 100 years. Dale shares individual and family names from the old days to those keeping it these rich and raw ballads of mountain life alive today. This was a part of WNCW's More to the Story, August 10, 2016. Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster

Weekend Window 8/13/16

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Weekend Window 8/6/16

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More to the Story- U.S. National Whitewater Center Update

WNCW's 'More To The Story' provided an update on the U.S. National Whitewater Center, located in Charlotte, thanks to a conversation from a reporter in the know, Fred Clasen Kelly of the Charlotte Observer. The center had to remove all of its water after a tragedy earlier in the year. A recap of the steps and improvements taking place are a part of this discussion that aired Aug. 3, 2016. Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster

Friday Feature: Let's Talk About GO (Greener Opportunities)

This Friday Feature Interview of the Week, broadcast Aug. 5, 2016, featured J Hackett, Student Development Director for Greener Opportunities or GO, an Asheville non-profit organization helping young adults and those hit by tough circumstances get the training they need to join today's workforce. Posted by Paul Foster, Producer and Host of the Friday Feature on WNCW

Friday Feature: Historic Penland Post Office

Penland, located in the Western NC Mountains is home to a treasure that locals want to see around for future generations. What was once both a post office and general store, located beside a thriving railroad, and dating back to around 1900, still operates today as the town's post office. Hear all about The Penland Post Office (Restoration) Project from this Friday Feature Interview of the Week that aired on July 29, 2016. Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's Friday Feature Interview of the Week, Paul Foster

More to the Story- Asheville: Housing Mkt. Explodes

During this edition of 'More To The Story' that aired July 27th, the Asheville Citizen-Times Mike Cronin discussed the incredible Asheville Housing Market and the large price tag that comes with some of these homes and that are being met. The second part of the interview involved the group Hatch and how they are changing the way some groups do business by simply sharing space, time, and thoughts within one location. Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's More to the Story, Paul Foster

Weekend Window 7/23/16

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