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  • McDowell News Reporter Mike Conley returned to More to the Story to recap several of his recent news stories. Among them were a first-ever Juneteenth Celebration by the city of Marion, the passing of a long-time and respected Clerk-of-Court, and the McDowell Co. Small Business of the Year. This conversation originally aired June 15, 2022.
  • Not enough sleep or exercise. Bad eating habits and too many hours on the job. Those are some things men should take into consideration when it comes to improving their health. During June, Men's Health Month, WNCW spoke with medical/health experts from two regional hospitals during this special More to the Story podcast.
  • The Supreme Court could overturn Roe vs. Wade, the decision that made abortions legal in the United States. What could that mean specifically here in North Carolina, and how does it relate to women's healthcare? WUNC Public Radio's Health Reporter, Jason DeBruyn took WNCW inside the story on May 25, 2022.
  • As we publish this, North Carolina's Primary Election has already occurred. Steve Harrison of WFAE, Charlotte Public Radio, spoke to us on May 11, 2022, about races and candidates within Mecklenburg County. With familiar names running again from former Gov. Pat McCrory to former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon, Harrison explained what to expect with this election.
  • Smoky Mountain News Politics Editor Cory Vaillancourt, shared details of his recent story about the job of a sheriff, which talked about how much power this position comes with. Vaillancourt, a co-writer of the piece, covered a sheriff's responsibilities as stated in Chapter 162 of the NC General Statues and how one qualifies to run for the job. This conversation originally aired on May 4, 2022.
  • Reporter Mike Conley of The McDowell News joined WNCW on April 20, 2022, to talk about some of his latest stories, including Marion's plans for its first-ever Juneteenth Celebration, a McDowell business that made the pages of Our State Magazine, and how an East Marion group has its eyes on a new Recreation Center for the community.
  • Lead Investigative Reporter for Carolina Public Press, Kate Martin was our guest to recap her story on "North Carolina Counties Struggle To Find Qualified Dept. of Social Services Workers." The discussion included unqualified individuals being hired for social services jobs and inconsistent employee pay from county to county. This conversation aired on March 30, 2022.
  • Jay Price, with WUNC Public Radio, joined WNCW to discuss his report on The Department of Veterans Affairs Considering Closing medical centers in certain states, including North Carolina VA. Medical centers are important, from Asheville to Salisbury and on to Eastern North Carolina. Get the full details and what the future might hold. This interview originally aired March 23, 2022.
  • Transportation and transit were a part of the discussion with Steve Harris of WFAE in Charlotte. Some City officials would like to get more residences to use transportation other than their own vehicles, but it may not be possible. Steve also talked about recent political news in the Charlotte region. This interview originally aired March 9, 2022.
  • In amazing story, WUNC's Leoneda Inge discussed her recent project for public radio about African Americans getting into underwater diving for the purpose to locate sunken slave ships. This included Tara Roberts of Atlanta with family roots in North Carolina. This interview originally aired Feb. 23, 2022.