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Today In The Upper Cumberland: Avalon Center

Avalon Center’s Lacie Norris & LaChelle Lee help us understand domestic violence Understanding domestic violence means going beyond just putting yourself in the shoes of the victim. Hearing the decisions that they face. Seeing the realities of what goes on in trying to make those decisions. And understanding the ways in which their views of reality have been changed by ... Read More »

Local Matters With Michael Detwiler: Trinity Algood Lead Pastor

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This week, get to know more about Trinity Algood Lead Pastor Jason Yarbrough. Content hosted by iono.fm Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Michael Detwiler talks with Jason Yarbrough, Lead Pastor at Trinity Algood. They discuss his initial departure from Trinity Algood in 2002, what brought him back in 2020, the challenges and surprises ... Read More »

Trending: Double Springs Utility District & Board

Lynn McHenry & Larry Rodgers discuss the Double Springs Utility District & Board  This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by President Lynn McHenry, and Vice President Larry Rodgers of the Double Springs Utility District & Board in Putnam County. They discuss the history of the board and the needs that led to its inception, how utility districts work ... Read More »

The Scene: Jessica Hagar & Textiles

Meet Cookeville textile artist Jessica Hagar & learn about her artistic process. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Cookeville textile artist Jessica Hagar. They discuss her specialization in accessories such as scarfs and hats, the materials that she uses for them, and how she incorporates elements of nature to express herself through her ... Read More »

Powered By Her: Meet Anna Dunn

This week, find out how Anna Dunn went from a coffee food truck to her own store  Anna Dunn didn’t always think she’d open a coffee shop but after having a coffee food truck make a big hit in a local parking lot, she decided to open Soul Craft Coffee. Hear more of her story on this weeks Powered ... Read More »

High School Playbook: Clay Co & Monterey Begin Their District Gauntlet Run

Upperman looks to finish on top of the 2A world after making state last season.  Every week on The High School Playbook, we break down high school games from around the Upper Cumberland. Clay County and Monterey begin their yearly run through their district gauntlet. Upperman looks to finish the season on top of the 2A world after making ... Read More »

Side Mission Podcast: The Next Generation Is Here

This week, Rusty, Kyle, and Matt discuss the Xbox Series X and S, and the PS5. Content hosted by iono.fm On this week’s Side Mission Podcast, the next generation of consoles is here, and the boys discuss their time so far with the brand new Xbox Series X and Series S, and the PlayStation 5.   Read More »

Local Matters With Ben Rodgers: Double Springs Utility District & Board

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Lynn McHenry & Larry Rodgers discuss the Double Springs Utility District & Board  Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Ben Rodgers sits down with President Lynn McHenry, and Vice President Larry Rodgers of the Double Springs Utility District & Board in Putnam County. They discuss the history of the board and the needs ... Read More »

Parental Guidance Suggested: Freaky

This week, Jane and Adam discuss Freaky starring Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn  Adam Cravens and Jane Ellen watch more movies each month than most people do in a year. This week’s episode features Freaky.   Read More »

Local Matters With Dr. Charles Womack: The Benefits Of Exercise

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Putnam County Health Department’s Michael Cooper and Katie Neal discuss exercise  Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday. On today’s Local Matters…Dr. Charles Womack talks with Michael Cooper and Katie Neal, public health educators with the Putnam County Health Department. They discuss the benefits of exercise, and offer exercise recommendations for people in the Upper Cumberland, including ... Read More »