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Past articles by Bob:

1on1: National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Savita Srivastava, an Augusta Health gastroenterologist, discusses how common it is, the ages for screening, and types of screening. → Read More

1on1: Hunger in our region during the pandemic

We talk with Abena Foreman-Trice of the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank about what they are seeing. → Read More

1on1: Girls Golf of Harrisonburg restarts on Saturday

Wendy Kern explains how the program works that teaches girls golf, and much more. You can join anytime. → Read More

1on1: Black History Month Shenandoah County “virtual” event preview

Zach Hottel of the Shenandoah County Library previews the "virtual" event to take place Thursday, Feb. 18, focused on the 1920s. → Read More

1on1: In Valentine’s season, consider marriage maintenance

Marriage counselor Harvey Yoder discusses providing maintenance for a good marriage, and has some tips. → Read More

1on1: Boys Scouts 111th anniversary; girls joining since 2019

We talk with Jim Battaglia, CEO of the Va. Headwaters Council, about how it works with girls joining the Scouts. → Read More

1on1: National Wear Red Day

Michelle Nostheide of the American Heart Association in Richmond explains National Wear Red Day, which is Friday, and has three tips. → Read More

1on1: Why is oatmeal good for us?

Michelle Hesse, registered dietitian, talks about oatmeal during National Oatmeal Month. She also discusses oatmeal food labels. → Read More

1on1: Coolest fundraiser in the Valley

We talk with Gayl Brunk of VAIL - Valley Associates for Independent Living, about their Arctic Dip fundraiser in February. → Read More

1on1: Concerns over the push for renewable energy

Randy Doyle of the National Propane Gas Association voices concerns over the push for renewable energy. → Read More

1on1: EMU’s MLK Day Celebration to be virtual

Celeste Thomas of Eastern Mennonite University previews many of the presentations. The public can access all of them virtually. → Read More

1on1: Unique way to thank a mentor

Lindsey Douglas of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County tells us a unique way you can honor a mentor during National Mentoring Month. → Read More

1on1: Two friends of Stan Maclin reflect on him

In the wake of the death of Harrisonburg community activist Stan Maclin, we hear from Diane & Jim Orndoff. → Read More

1on1: Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign result

Captain Harold Gitau tells us a big donor helped the Harrisonburg Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign. We told you last month it was running way behind. → Read More

1on1: Lost Molasses Cookies

Lois Carter Crawford of discusses her Lost Molasses Cookies. → Read More

1on1: AAA survey: 84% of Virginians not traveling for Thanksgiving

We talk with Morgan Dean of AAA Mid-Atlantic about their survey on Virginians' travel plans for Thanksgiving. → Read More

1on1: Free COVID testing coming up

We find out about two types of events for free drive-thru COVID-19 testing offered by the Central Shenandoah Health District. One option is for anyone 17 years old and up. → Read More

1on1: Laura Dent, elected to Harrisonburg City Council

We talk with Laura Dent, who will serve her first term on City Council. → Read More

1on1: Ben Cline, (R) seeking re-election to Va. 6th Congressional District

We hear from Rep. Ben Cline, a Republican seeking re-election to Virginia's 6th Congressional District seat. → Read More

1on1: Fall Craft Fair at R’ham Co. Fairgrounds on Saturday

We hear about the Fall Craft Fair at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 17. It's from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., free admission, and there will be close to 30 vendors. → Read More