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May 16, 2020

We’ve all been preoccupied the past few months. One thing that might've gotten lost in all the coronavirus craziness is our civic duty to vote in the upcoming June 2 primary. To learn about Pennsylvania's new mail-in ballot option, Sam Pearson talks to Linda Harris, the Voter Service Chair of the Lewisburg Area League...


Apr 29, 2020

How do we communicate our frustration during a pandemic? Julie talks to local resident and former congressional staffer Mike Glazer about liberty during the Covid-19 crisis: how we can best make our voices heard, which elected officials we should be communicating with, and Mike's take on the anti-shutdown protest...


Apr 20, 2020

What do the maps and graphs of Covid19 mean for us here in Rural Pennsylvania? Can we use our region's low numbers to ease up on the statewide stay-at-home order and business shutdown? Computer Science Professor Evan Peck talks to Sam about the maps and graphs we've been seeing and why they can sometimes be...


Apr 12, 2020

Here we are in the midst of a global pandemic. So what now? Sam and Julie give recommendations on how to help out locally and where to find help if you need it. Plus answers to community questions:
-Should we wear masks to walk around the block?
-Is it inconsiderate to walk or bike on the Rail Trail in the middle of the...


Apr 4, 2020

What does good crisis management look like? Why is it difficult to take action when others aren't? To find out, Sam speaks with Bucknell University Professor of Management Eric Martin about his Daily Item article "Uncertain Times Require Consistent Messaging." And we outline a non-partisan call to action to help our...