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Say Yes to the Chef

Chefs Janice Escott and Kelly Taylor are excited to be joining the WCHL team. Come along with us as we peek into locals chef’s kitchens, learn about what is stirring up food activists, and to get a taste of what’s new and delicious in our local food world. Check out our recipes and videos at...

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Archie Daniel: Hometown Hero

Archie Daniel is a retired Captain with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.  He spent about 30 years in law enforcement. Even after all those years of community service, Archie has continued his public service work with seniors, through a Program called S.A.L.T.  That stands for Seniors and Law Enforcement Together. THE S.A.L.T. program aims to reduce both criminal victimization and unwarranted fear of crime affecting older adults. Daniel has helped grow the S.A.L.T program from about 60 senior citizens to over 200 people. Learn more about Archie Daniels here.   Another law enforcement veteran, Butch Clark, nominated Archie to be a...

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Good News Friday: An Olympic Tar Heel

In covering the news and keeping the community informed, unfortunately we have to report a lot of bad news; but rest assured that every Friday throughout the summertime, when you tune into WCHL, we will have some good news to report to you!  That’s because we are launching a new segment; “Good News Friday!” Do you have any good news for us to share?  Send tips to NEWS@WCHL.COM using the subject line: Good News Friday. Presented by The Strowd on Franklin Street, and their Shag Dance Friday’s! Click here for The Strowd’s daily drink specials http://audio.chapelboro.com.s3.amazonaws.com/GOOD%20NEWS%20FRIDAY-READY%20FOR%20AIR-070116.mp3 Listen to Ron...

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