Focus On The Community is a 20 minute community affairs program hosted by Dave Crooks aired at 8:35 am on WAMW.
If you have a community topic that would appeal to WAMW’s listeners and would like to be considered for an interview contact Dave Crooks by calling 812-254-6761 extension 222 or send and email.
Below are some of our past shows.
Focus On The Community Podcasts
Dave Crooks interviews Shriners Alan Goodwin and Mike Taylor about their upcoming children’s free medical screening clinic.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Parri Black, Jana Pritchett with Youth First and Mark Arnold Principal of Washington Junior HighContinue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Washington Mayor Joe Wellman about the city’s decision to raise water rates on Daviess County Rural Water as well as other updates from the city.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews David Voights. David is a former Navy officer and claims he has discovered human experimentation.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Rose Wilson & Mike Szady with Sodexo.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Superintendent Travis Madison with Barr Reeve Community Schools about back to school activities in Montgomery.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Dr. Dan Roach, Superintendent of Washington Community Schools and Assistant Superintendent Kevin Frank about enrollment details and other important information.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews attorney Grant Swartzentruber & Abdul-Akim-Shabazz about the growing speculation that Indiana Governor Mike Pence may be selected as Donald Trump’s Vice Presidential candidate.Continue Reading »
Dave Crooks interviews Don Spillman, the Co-chair of the 200 Plus Project in Washington.Continue Reading »
David Bixler, Chief Executive Officer of Daviess Community Hospital joined Angela Allen for Focus on the Community, Saturday 2/20/16. The discussion centered on Daviess Community Hospital’s February 24th, 2016, ground-breaking for the new Orthopedic, Chiropractic and Outpatient Therapy Clinic on MainContinue Reading »