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4-24-2017 Ward Scott & Oak Hall School

Ward talks about President Trump's media types, Corrine Brown, Coach Hog talking about Casey Stengel and FBI Director James Comey. In the second hour, Ward talks with Richard Gehman, retiring Head Master of Oak Hall School of Gainesville and Joy Riddle, Director of Advancement at Oak Hall. They discussed a fund raiser for the school.


4-21-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about watering your grass, Caitlyn Jenner's future center fold, California and the Patriots. Remzey talks about the op-ed he wrote for The Gainesville Sun and Turkey.


4-20-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about reading minds, the biomass, the GRU governance board on the ballot, Aaron Hernandez and an interview with the Alachua County Sheriff, Sadie Darnell.


4-19-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about Aaron Hernandez's prison suicide and poetic Justice. The Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show featured 2 guest from Highland Precision. Danny Kushmer, Director of Environment Restoration & Compliance and Frankie Hall in Sales & Marketing.


4-18-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about how we learn only when we want to learn, the IRS and presidential pardons. Alex Patton,Ozean Media, talks about working on a huge database, the Gainesville Sun, the legislative session and financial problems with the city of Gainesville.


4-17-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about his Easter Day, we then visited Coach Hog's Locker Room, Ward talks about another professor, guarding Trump Tower, California, Spring County and shoplifting.


4-14-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about corruption comes with becoming a big shot, an investigation of someone who made a threat against President Trump and Ken Cornell, Alachua County Commissioner, talked about the gas tax. Remzey talks about North Korea, China and Russia.


4-13-2017 Ward Scott & The Dance Alive Show

Ward talks about the demise of tailors, old cars, taxes and the Director of the FBI. During the Dance Alive portion of the show Ward talks to Tim Cannon, a former dancer with Dance Alive and now a Gainesville businessman.


4-12-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co Ag Show

Ward talks about becoming a notary, talking to a computer, more on Hamlet and liars. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show, Adam Bassford reported in from Tallahassee then Phillip Stokes, Education Coordinator for Public Issues Education in Agriculture & Natural Resources along with Ashley McLeod Public Relations Specialist Center for Public Issues Education Institute of Food and agricultural Science talked about the PIE Center.


4-11-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about yesterday's guest, the Alachua County Attorney and the POTUS's tax returns. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about the Freedom Caucus and Congressman Ted Yoho.


4-10-2017 Ward Scott & Michele Lieberman

Ward talks about editorials in the local newspaper about conservation land, Tebow, the Muslim objective and more about the box. In the second hour Ward talks with Michele Lieberman, Alachua County Attorney.


4-7-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about women in the democratic party, learning about cattle, Tebow and water in California. Remzey talks about Russia, China and Tommy-hawk missiles.


4-6-2017 Ward Scott & David Ballard

Ward talks about the biomass plant, the city employee stealing money, the Supreme Court Nominee, talking with a friend about the President and fiction and fact. The second hour Ward talks with David Ballard, Events Coordinator, City of Gainesville Cultural Affairs Department.


4-5-2017 Ward Scott & The Ag Show

Ward talks about the reform school, vocational education, Susan Rice and Martin Luther. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show, Ward talks to Tyson Emery, Chief of Plant Apiary Inspection and Bryan Benson, Environmental Manager with the Florida Department of Agriculture.


4-4-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about his listener in Hawaii who points out an interesting fact about the NCAA, liberal hate, names that no longer belong to us and more on Title 9. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, shows how the newspaper and the democrats are making false claims about voter turnout and moving the elections to the fall.


4-3-2017 Ward Scott & Law Enforcement Monday

Ward talks about the shortage of fast food workers in Colorado,then a visit to Coach Hog's Locker Room for some basketball talk, more on the never ending saga of the biomass plant and who is keeping the new POTUS from draining the swamp. Law Enforcement Monday featured out going Public Information Officer for the Alachua County Sheriff's office, Brandon Kutner and incoming PIO, Sgt. Chris Sims.


3-31-2017 Ward Scott and Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about more folks talking on campuses, the NCAA, the current civil war, immigration into this country and running a campaign. Remzey gives us a tour of Washington DC and the plaque with his name on it.


3-30-2017 Ward Scott & Ed Bielarski

Ward talks about the Ward Scott Files, the city employee who stole from Gainesville, the Supreme Court Justice, Alachua County Commissioner and Ken Cornell. Ward's guests for the second hour was Ed Bielarski, General Manager of GRU along with Margaret Crawford, communications director.


3-29-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about the male basketball coach for the University of Florida's women's basketball team, brain builders and the Alachua County Commission's presentation from GRU. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show Adam Bassford reported from Tallahassee and Mark Waldorff, owner of Gatorland Kubota and his sales manager, Alan Cain talks about farm machinery.


3-28-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about the visit yesterday by Alachua County Commissioner, Ken Cornell, the Corrine Brown interview, first male head coach for the woman's basketball team, the biomass buy out and North Carolina may win the basketball National Championship. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about the most recent Gainesville City election and the POTUS.