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Gibson County Coal mine to shut down

       (photo from Princeton Daily Clarion Newspaper)          It’s been announced that Gibson County Coal LLC will layoff nearly 200 workers.  They have notified the state of Indiana they are shutting […]

October unemployment report

Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.2 percent for October and remains lower than the national rate of 3.6 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed […]

Local food truck helping Golden Pride

        A big event is set for tomorrow to benefit the Washington High School Band.         They are inviting the public to a lunch fundraiser with Big Al’s Smokin’ BBQ Food Truck from 10:45am to […]

WAMW Sports Audio

11/14/19 Barr Reeve Lady Vikings Basketball At Orleans
11/13/19 Washington Lady Hatchets Basketball At South Knox
11/09/2019 Lady Hatchet Basketball vs North Knox
11/2/19 Barr Reeve vs Heritage Hills Girls Volleyball Semi-State
10/25/19 Washington Hatchets Football VS Edgewood. Sectional Round 1.
10/26/2019 Barr-Reeve Volleyball Sectional Semi Final vs Henryville

Focus On The Community

11/16/19 Focus On The Community
Focus On The Community
11/2/19 Focus On The Community
10/26/19 Focus On The Community
Focus on the Community/Washington School Building Project Referendum

Take 5 For Your Community

Take 5 for Our Community/Bethel Craft Fair
Take 5 for Our Community/Car Club Christmas Project
Take 5 for Our Community/Griffith Elementary Vendor Fair
Take 5 for Our Community/Parkview Village Fish Fry
Take 5 for Our Community; Friends for Kids
11/8/19 Take 5 For The Community
Take 5 for Our Community; Homespun Holiday Craft Market

WAMW Featured Audio

Veteran’s Day Ceremony 11/11/19
10/19/19 Washington’s Golden Pride Band’s Community Performance Of Nothing Gold Can Stay
Washington Golden Pride to perform for the public Saturday
Out of Darkness event is Friday night at East Side Park
2019 Washington Indiana Mayoral Forum

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    Sondland implicates Pres. Trump in 'Quid Pro Quo'; First Dem debate since public impeachment hearings
  • "We can put together a coalition" with Republicans, Buttigieg says November 21, 2019
    In a spin room interview after the fifth Democratic debate, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg said "we're seeing a lot of folks" who voted for President Trump but may be looking at him. "The pitch is we're not going to agree on everything, but I think we can agree that we need to restore decency […]
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