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Podcast: Taylor Jones, Pam Christopher and Rusty Burns

What to Expect from the Storm and interviews with Chamber President Pam Christopher and Adminstrator Rusty Burns


September 26, 2015


September 18, 2015


Local Podcasts, from people you trust

Sept. 10, 2015

Meals on Wheels Oyster Roast, chatting it up with the owner of Mr. Rivers Breakfast Joint downtown, and Amos Wells answers your questions.

Sept. 3, 2015

A Hometown Hero, a chance to be a Hero, Garden Hero Amos Wells, and more this week.

Interviews with Anderson County Deputy Shawn Davis, who saved the life of a Lakeside student last week, Kristi King-Brock tells you how you can help your community this week, Amos Wells talks growing things, Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns gives updates on the demolition of the old Woolworth/Bailes Building and some other things, and a round of what to expect at Celebrate Anderson this weekend, all on the Anderson Observer Podcast, news from people you trust.


Aug. 22, 2015 

How to get health care when all you have is insurance, the hopeful return of the masters of the morning and Anderson County proves pets are worth saving

Interviews with Dr. Amy Cianciolo on the return of a real family doctor, Aly Haley on the possible return of the morning show in some format, and two interviews with Anderson County employees who taking the lead in convincing folks that pets are worth saving (these folks are amazing!)

August 14, 2015

School Days, Labor Day Weekend and Amos Wells. Who could ask for more?

This week we interview Anderson School District Five Superintendent Tom Wilson (no relation), Steve Combs from Anderson County Emergency Preparedness on School Resource Officers, Angie Stringer on the lineup for Celebrate Anderson Weekend, plus get garden answers from Amos Wells, all on the Anderson Observer Podcast, news from people you trust.

August 6, 2015

Kelly Neal, Steve Newton, Will Ragland and Catfishing ISIS

This week we salute local theater, and talk about groovy and swell productions in our area bringing the 1970s and 1950s to life on Anderson County stages. We all update the situation which kept the Anderson County Animal Shelter closed for a couple of weeks, plus take time for a quick roundup of the week's news, all on the Anderson Observer Podcast, news from people you trust. (Next week is our Back-to-school special podcast. Don't miss it).

July 31, 2015

Celebrate Anderson, County GOP Ready, Library Hosts ComicCon, and Anderson County Senior Citizen of the Year - Amos Wells answers your questions.

Anderson’s GOP getting ready for fall; Anderson County Library Hosts First Comic Con; Celebrate Anderson just over a month away; and Amos Wells is pretty sure your garden is not liking this hot summer, all this and more on this week’s Anderson Observer Podcast, news from people you trust.

July 23, 2015

Pendleton Grows, Senior Citizens Rule, a New Opportunity Downtown, and countywide updates

Today's show features an interview with Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns who gives updates on a number of countywide projects (including roads) and Kelly Jo Brown, executive director of the Jo Brown Senior Citizen in Anderson, whose organization recently named our own Amos Wells as Senior Citizen of the Year. We also announcing new features and promising some huge surprises.

July 15, 2015

Here Comes Amos! Interview with County Democrats Chairman, Robert E. Lee, and a new county website

This week Amos Wells answers your garden questions, we visit with the relatively new chairman of the Anderson County Democratic Party Michael Kay and a discussion of focusing passion for doing good in the county.

July 7, 2015


Days Getting Shorter, Downtown getting better, Independence Fireworks, all this and more...

Downtown Anderson is the focus of this week's podcast as we talk to Main Street Anderson's J. Carey Jones.

June 23, 2015

Weather, Haley Flags Truth, S.C. True Colors, Meals on Wheels, Mental Health and a big surprise!

This week we talk about the county's good work on the budget, Meals on Wheels need for your to volunteer (225-6800) S.C. showing its true colors in the face of tragedy, a look at mental health issues in the area-state-nation, and Haley's good work on bringing down the flag and a huge surprise for next week's podcast.

We also remember the passing of a huge friend of mine and of Anderson, Allen Bolick.

All this and more from the Anderson Observer Podcast, news from people you trust.




June 15, 2015

Shakespeare, Slylocks, Supporting Deputies and Saving Grace

This week we look at the Anderson Theater Festival, including an interview with director David Larson, recap Anderson County's budget for FY 16 and the final vote on that budget Tuesday night (which is an insult to the county's experienced law enforcement officers and 911 dispatchers) and talk to Kristi King-Brock about AIM, re-engaging churches and celebrating 15 years in Anderson. 


June 5, 2015

Raises? Birthdays, Snow Birds, CPR, AIM, Meals

Questionable Raises, Birthdays, Snow Birds, CPR and Helping AIM and Meals on Wheels highlight this week's podcast

May 25, 2015

Memorial Day Tribute, advice for graduates, County Counts Coins and Wanda Sings the Blues

Welcome to the debut of the Anderson Observer - news from people you trust - podcast.

In this episode we interview Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns, pay tribute to our fallen soldiers, offer wisdom to graduates and salute Anderson Blues Legend Wanda Johnson.

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