MWC Daily: Tips on How to Stay Healthy
Thank you so much to all our listeners who posted their suggestions on Facebook on how to stay healthy. Both Roy Sullivan and Tim Tern, the former intern are sick and I need ways to stay healthy and avoid going to the doctor's!
Some of our listeners posted on Facebook that I stay home and broadcast my part of the show from my living room - I like that! However, poor Joel Mariacher, he posted: "Do what I've done.... Stay away from the sick folks. My wife and 4 kids are all sick. 2 walking pneumonia, 2 flu, 1 bronchitis. I've stayed at work for 3 straight days. Not going home. Good luck 2K" It's more like, 'Good luck to you, Joel!"
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Tim McGraw Fans...?
He's got a brand-new single out. 'Diamond Rings and Old Barstools.'
Mostly sunny today with a high of 32...20 in the North Country. Tonight it will be cold with a low of 13 to 7 below in the North Country. Check the 5-day forecast.
Top News Stories
Abe vows to save IS hostages
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and other officials aren't saying whether a vow to save two Islamic State group captives involves paying a $200 million ransom demand. The extremists are demanding the money in 72 hours to save the lives of the two Japanese hostages. And they're directly demanding the ransom from Japan's premier during his visit to the Middle East. Abe calls the threat "unforgiveable."
Shaheen to bring Portsmouth firefighter to State of the Union tonight
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has invited a Portsmouth firefighter as her guest at President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address in Washington. Bill McQuillen, who is secretary-treasurer of the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, will sit in the audience tonight for the president's speech. Shaheen said it's an honor to host McQuillen in Washington to show her appreciate for all that he and his fellow first responders do for New Hampshire year-round.
Two dead in Vermont car crash
Essex, Vermont police say icy road conditions contributed to a crash on state Route 289 that killed two people and injured another. Police say a car driven by 78-year-old Colchester resident Pearl Farley crossed the center line and collided with an SUV driven by 55-year-old Cambridge resident Neil Mckee Monday morning. Both Farley and Mckee were killed. A passenger in Mckee's vehicle was injured.
Wake Up Winning
Wednesday, we'll have another chance at tickets to see Alan Jackson's 'Keepin' it Country' show at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine.