WKOK Sunrise, Thursday, December 12, 2018:
5:00am to 7:00am: This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:
- As the search continues for President Trump’s next chief of staff, there are two White House advisors who seem to have an outsize influence on the process. We’ll identify them.
- Also, are parents running the education show, or are there legit reasons for more schools banning homework?
- And how to tackle the financial task that most of us put off….
7:10am: Cindy Walker, Coordinator, Meals on Wheels program at RiverWoods, on the tens-of-thousands of meals delivered in the Milton/Lewisburg area, the funding picture, the real malnutrition issue that exists among senior citizens, and Meals on Wheels need for volunteer drivers. We’ll discuss their current 100 or so clients, and the wide range of factors associated with senior citizen nutrition. Lots more information below.
7:40am: Mindy Foresman, PennDOT Transportation Construction Manager, on the status of the $ 13 million Northumberland Duke Street project, the detours, traffic lights and the surprises they’ve dealt with along the way. We’ll discuss Front Street work, next year’s Water Street work, the status of Duke Street and the Water Street underpass work.
On The Mark with co-host Joe McGranaghan:
8:30am to 10am: Open phones. Save lives or not…that’s the argument regarding Thursday’s free distribution of Narcan. Joe argued we shouldn’t carve out one lifesaving drug and provide it free, while many other important lifesaving drugs are prescription only—and costly. Mark will continue as HMTD.