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Posted Wednesday, September 22, 2021 by WLRH News

Wendy Reeves, Executive Director for the Partnership for a Drug-Free Community, joins us to give an update on the accomplishments of the Recovery Resource Hub 1 year later, & recovery outreach options available at the 2021 Recovery Resource Fair on Sept. 29.

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This week, Rebecca Moore takes us on a poignant journey to her new life.

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is back with two concerts this weekend.

In this week’s episode, we spotlight a Madison Alabama group, All About The Tones, and feature tracks from their 2017 Album: “Passing Through” Plus we’ll hear a Nate Slaughter remix of a Redmouth tune, along with music from Jovani Occomy, J Bella, Qball, Penny & Sparrow, SupaKing Big Pope, and William Henley. Hear Valley Sounds Saturday nights at 9pm on WLRH 89.3 FM/HD

Huntsville poet Rosemary McMahon shares two companion pieces that concern the beauty (and loss) of our Alabama wilderness.

After postponing last winter’s musicale due to the covid pandemic, flutist Martha Buck and pianist Ann Swanson are ready to perform again this Sund

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In this Nov. 18, 2003, file photo, John Hinckley Jr. arrives at U.S. District Court in Washington.

A jury found John Hinckley not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982. On Monday, his lawyer said the "momentous event" of Hinckley's full release in June 2022 is appropriate and required by the law.

Justin Tucker celebrates after kicking a game-winning field goal from a record 66 yards, giving the Baltimore Ravens a win over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field in Michigan.

"Man, I love Detroit. I'm thinking about getting a place here," Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker said, after hitting his latest game-winning field goal from more than 60 yards.

Broadway performers at the Tony Awards on Sunday.

Moulin Rouge! The Musical took home 10 awards, including the night's biggest: Best musical. The Inheritance won for best play, and A Soldier's Play for best revival.

Sumo Grand Champion Hakuho performs Dohyo-iri, the ring-entering ceremony, during the Grand Sumo Tournament at the Himeji Chuo Gymnasium, in March 2015, in Himeji, Japan.

The Mongolian-born wrestler, who has won a record 45 grand sumo tournament titles, announced his decision to retire to the Japan Sumo Association on Monday.

<em>Believing,</em> by Anita Hill

Altogether, Believing is an elegant, impassioned demand that America see gender-based violence as a cultural and structural problem that hurts everyone, not just victims and survivors.

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