By Harvey Yoder
Harrisonburg, VA – Harvey Yoder is a licensed counselor and a member of the Harrisonburg chapter of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
By Tom Graham
Charlottesville, VA – Chances are good you've been talking about the weather.
WMRA's Tom Graham has too, with a number of people who have been viewing this winter from a variety of perspectives.
By Brad Lovelace
Greene County, VA – Brad Lovelace is a builder of custom homes who lives in Greene County.
By Larry Stopper
Afton, VA – Larry Stopper is a partner in two corporations in the great state of Virginia.
By Bob Leweke
Harrisonburg, VA – Classical violin virtuoso Joshua Bell will be appearing at the Paramount Theater on February 10, 2010.
In anticipation of his appearance in Charlottesville, Bob Leweke spoke with Mr. Bell about his recent work and his attempts to bridge the gap between classical and popular music.
By Martha Woodroof and Tom Graham
Virginia – This morning, Tom Graham and Martha Woodroof set out to gauge local reactions to last night's State of the Union Address.
Martha Woodroof gathered reactions at the Heritage Farmers Market in Harrisonburg and Tom Graham spoke to patrons of Bodo's Bagels in Charlottesville.
By Chris Edwards
Harrisonburg, VA – Chris Edwards is a writer living in Harrisonburg.
Charlottesville, VA – A recent forum on health care reform turned out to be not quite as advertised.
But WMRA's Tom Graham says it still proved educational.
He attended the session in Charlottesville late last week, then did a little digging into its origins.
By Laura Sobik Kavanagh
Harrisonburg – Laura Sobik Kavanagh is a clinical psychologist at James Madison University.
Charlotteville, VA – Could the recession hold a silver lining for some American families?
Brad Wilcox, Director of UVA's National Marriage Project thinks so and spoke with WMRA's Tom Graham about some new trends.