FL News Podcasts

FLN News / Why Gayle Haggard Stayed (Extended Interview)

04.26.10 | Ed Thomas

The story of how the choices made by the spouse of former pastor and high-profile evangelical leader Ted Haggard helped to keep their marriage and family together after the disgrace and scandal of his admitted immoral activity.

Food For Thought / Sugar and High Cholesterol

04.23.10 | Sherri Watters

A new study from "The Journal of the American Medical Association" found that people who ate lots of sugar had higher levels of triglycerides and LDL (or bad) cholesterol, as well as lower levels of HDL (or good) cholesterol.

Teaching & Learning Institute / Questions For School Board Candidates

04.22.10 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss basic questions to ask potential school board candidates at the upcoming 'get acquainted' meetings that will be held across New York and Pennsylvania.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Faith in History Performers (Endicott and Deposit, NY)

04.21.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster to learn about a drama about missionary Hudson Taylor performed by 42 homeschoolers taking on 123 roles, scheduled for April 23-24, 2010 in Endicott, NY and May 1, 2010 in Deposit, NY.

FLN News / The Lackawanna Mine Tour - Part II

04.20.10 | Ed Thomas

FLN NEWS CONTINUES ITS LOOK AT THE VITAL ANTHRACITE COAL MINING INDUSTRY AND ITS HISTORY IN PENNSYLVANIA; AND THE TOURISM THAT IS NOW THE CHIEF REMNANT OF THE OPERATIONS IN THE NORTHEAST PART OF THE STATE.

FLN News / The Lackawanna Mine Tour - Part I

04.19.10 | Ed Thomas

WHEN MINES AND THEIR SAFETY ISSUES PERIODICALLY MAKE THE NATIONAL NEWS, MANY FLN LISTENERS IN PENNSYLVANIA ARE OFTEN REMINDED OF THE DEEP ROOTS OF THE SAME KIND OF INDUSTRY ACTIVITY AND PROFESSIONS IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD, AND HOW MUCH IT STILL AFFECTS THE STATE'S FORTUNES.

FLN News / Teachers in Rubber Rooms

04.16.10 | Sarah Harnisch

New York City has banned a controversial practice of isolating teachers accused of major allegations -- to what's called "the rubber room." Basically, if they fall under scrutiny for any reason, they can be removed from the classroom and banished to a room in a building somewhere else in ...

Food For Thought / Preventing Alzheimer's

04.16.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri Watters talks about a study published in the journal "Archives of Neurology" that could provide insight into how a healthy diet can prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Teaching & Learning Institute / Preventing Teen Suicide

04.15.10 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the importance of parents keeping good communication with their children in light of the number of recent teen suicides in the listening area.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Dormann Music Series (Bath, NY)

04.14.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Bath, New York’s Dormann Library offers free, live musical performances every Thursday evening in its Chapters Café, beginning at 6:30. Learn how this public library sees these musical performances as part of its mission to the greater Bath community.

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