WJHC Talk 107.5 Welcomes Scott Berns to our Staff

scott bernsSmalltown Broadcasting and WJHC Talk 107.5 are thrilled to have Scott Berns in their stable of talents and personalities.

Scott will be taking over the position of G.M. at the station starting Monday. He will also be the host of the mid-day show, “In touch with Suwannee Valley” from 11am – Noon.

Please contact our studio if you would like to have your church, business, political or social event announced on one of our shows. We strive to help our community achieve the goals they have set.

Our office phone number is: 386-792-1075 10 am to 5 pm Monday thru Friday.

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Johnny Bullard and Great Stories

Johnny BullardWe enjoyed Johnny Bullard today. He came in to share laughter and stories over his time as a novelist and a reporter.

He also reminded us about the Easter Service happening in White Springs on April 20th.

Enjoy the interview . . .

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Hamilton County Health Department – Mosquito Control

healthMark Landers from Hamilton County Health Department came in today to talk about all of the rain we have had and the possibility of Mosquito’s in our area.

Enjoy the interview . . .

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504,000 Gallons and Counting

sewageWith four inches of rain between 3 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. on Tuesday, a number of manholes around the area of Valdosta overflowed, resulting in a release of 504,000 gallons and more as the overflows continue.

The city states that the wastewater treatment plant fared well despite the rain, but the amount of water overwhelmed other parts of the aging system. Six manholes overflowed, with one repaired but five continuing to spill sewage on Tuesday.

These major spills entered the waters of the state and have been reported to the Environmental Protection Division.

Since 2014 began, approximately 2.61 million gallons of wastewater has been spilled into local streams and rivers.

To read more about this story visit: Valdosta Daily Times

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