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6-19-2017 Ward Scott & Sheriff's Monday

Ward talks about Russians hacking Alachua County elections, Coach Hog's Locker room, Alachua County commissioners and social engineering. In the second hour, Levy County Sheriff Bobby McCallum and Gilchrist County Sheriff, Bobby Schultz talks about rural law enforcement.

2017-06-19

6-16-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks more about the butt lift, the judicial system, sun screen and working with former Senator Bob Graham. Remzey talked about the awaking and the aftermath and who the liberals are today.

2017-06-16

6-15-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the Brazilian Butt Lift and the Gainesville city employee who bought it on the city's credit card and the shooting in Virginia. In the second hour, Ward's guest was Rick Hess, director of education policies studies at American Enterprise Institute.

2017-06-15

6-14-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co. Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about the Jeff Sessions interview and the new multi-purpose facility in the city of Alachua. Phil Leary, Alachua County Farm Bureau Governmental Affairs consultant was the guest for the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show.

2017-06-14

6-13-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about the rain tax, payment to the commissioners, the debut of the Mark Sexton song and the beginning of leaks with the Pentagon Papers. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about storm water, local and national politics and the POTUS.

2017-06-13

6-12-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the proposed 500 new hires for the University of Florida, city of Alachua, visited Coach Hog's Locker Room, California and cow gas and electrical power. Peter Cove, social activist and businessman joined Ward in the second hour. Peter Cove is one of the nation's leading advocates for private solutions to welfare.

2017-06-12

6-9-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about the Comey thing, the government and language. Remzey talked about the EU, elections in England and Qatar.

2017-06-09

6-8-2017 Ward Scott & The Dance Alive Show

Ward talks about Friendship Day, a chamber lobbyist, more on storm water and Obama speaking to a chamber in Canada. For the Dance Alive portion of the show, Ward's guest was Sergii Sydorsryi, a dancer with Dance Alive and the Executive Artistic Director, Kim Tuttle.

2017-06-08

6-7-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about water in Alachua County and the "Rain Tax" and a chamber sponsored meeting. Ward's guest on the Alachua County Farm Bureau's Wednesday Ag Show was Bill Douberly of Trenton, a watermelon farmer.

2017-06-07

6-6-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about water, the Feds nabbing a woman who stole classified material and ran an audio file from the past. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about his trip to San Francisco, utility bills and the inner workings of institutes of higher learning.

2017-06-06

6-5-2017 Ward Scott & Law Enforcement Monday

In spite of technical problems, Ward talks about what the POTUS did to become the POTUS, his trip, politicians and war and why General Patton and General MacArthur were held back at the end of the war. On Law Enforcement Monday Gainesville Police Chief, Tony Jones, and Alachua County Sheriff's Public Information Officer Art Forgey talks about area law enforcement outreach programs.

2017-06-05

6-2-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about Kathy Griffin and her press conference, the LSU Tiger, IBM and county roads. Remzey talks about a treaty as opposed to an agreement and American Gingers.

2017-06-02

6-1-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about water, say something nice day, POTUS both past and present, John Wayne, Madison Wisconsin, when a joke ain't funny, late night humor and other world leaders.

2017-06-01

5-31-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co. Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about sexual misconduct on campuses, the ACLU and if Dr. King had lived. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show portion of the program, Dean Cheshire talked about what is being called the rain tax.

2017-05-31

5-30-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the cemeteries all over Europe that buried dead Americans killed in WWII, the altercation in the Texas Legislature and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In the second hour, Phil Kerpen of American Commitment, talked with Ward about some of the positive accomplishments of Donald Trump.

2017-05-30

5-26-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about his trip to Washington DC, an airport experience, his Uber experience, talking to people who have met with the POTUS and how the POTUS is a threat to the DC way of life. Remzey talks about politics in Montana, the Philippines, behavior of one of the Gainesville City Commissioners and his show for Saturday.

2017-05-26

5-25-2017 Best of the Ward Scott Files

Today's show was a best of that aired on May 19, 2017 and is a podcast on this website.

2017-05-25

5-24-2017 Ward Scott

Today's Ward Scott Files was a 2 hour Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Wednesday broadcast from Washington DC

2017-05-24

5-23-2017 Best of The Ward Scott Files

Today's show was a best of that aired on May 18, 2017 and is a podcast on this website.

2017-05-23

5-22-2017 Ward Scott & Mark Glaeser

Ward talks about early days in Gainesville, Coach Hog's Locker Room was about football players with baggage, President Trump's trip to the Mid-East, black colleges and how people get news. Mark Glaeser talks about the Corrine Brown story, local connection between Brown and Gainesville City Commissioners and the changing of an article in the Gainesville Sun.

2017-05-22