Health talk with Fred Lowry from Lowry Drug – Mondays, 8 – 8:30 a.m.
Health Talk is a refreshing approach to health information on the radio. As a pharmacist and doctor of natural medicine, Fred Lowry brings knowledge from both the pharmaceutical and natural medicine realms to his listeners. Fred approaches health from the standpoint of overall wellness, not ignoring different factors that may pertain to the issue at hand. In a world often dominated by a drug only approach, Health Talk brings you useful information that gets to the root of your health needs. Calls are always welcome on the show whether they pertain to the topic of the day or another health question. Fred is always ready to help; and, being that he’s a local guy, you can always stop in at his store, Lowry Drug, in Statesville.
Mail: c/o Fred Lowry, Lowry Drug, 750 Hartness Road, Statesville, NC 28677
Around the City – Mondays, 8:30 – 9 a.m.
Around the City looks at what’s happening in Statesville from the perspective of the City Government. Statesville Public Information Officer Nancy Davis covers a range of topics including the City Council, downtown events, city services, and many others. Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh and Police Chief Joe Barone are both regular guests on the show to cover their areas of city government. The show also regularly examines City Council agendas, informing listeners about the governance of where they live and work.
Go beyond just knowing what’s happening and learn the details by tuning-in for Around the City, every Monday morning on WSIC and TV 21.2!
Live Local is the radio home of WSIC’s ‘Live Local’ campaign that encourages individuals to shop, play, eat and grow within their local communities. Local businesses are the backbone of the economy providing employment and a level of customer service rarely offered by national chains. Without these businesses, local economies suffer. Each week host Scott Southard introduces businesses and furthers the local discussion – encouraging listeners to shop, play, eat and grow within their own local communities.
Your Health with Larry Marlin from 1st Rx Pharmacy – Tuesdays, 6:30 – 7 a.m.
Take charge of your health and well-being with Your Health, every Tuesday morning on WSIC and TV 21.2! Larry Marlin from 1st Rx Pharmacy joins morning host Harold Johnson to discuss the issues that are important to keeping healthy including diet, sleep, medications and much more. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (often referred to as ‘Obamacare’), it has become increasingly obvious that individuals will be responsible for much of their own healthcare in the future. Make sure you have the knowledge needed to keep you and your family healthy by listening to Your Health every Tuesday morning from 6:30 – 7 on WSIC and TV 21.2. Larry is always ready to help with your individual health needs. Call-ins are welcome, and you can visit any of his pharmacy locations throughout the area.
The Good, the Bad and the Guilty – Wednesdays, 8:30 – 9 a.m.
Find out what’s happening at the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office by tuning-in for The Good, The Bad and The Guilty every Wednesday morning on WSIC and TV 215.2. Captain Bill Hamby and/or Sheriff Darren Campbell discuss the operations of the Sheriff’s Office, and share practical advice for keeping safe and aware in everyday life. You’re sure to be in the know with The Good, The Bad and The Guilty every Wednesday morning on WSIC and TV 25.2.
Call in: 704-873-1400
Local Biz Now with Joe Vagnone and Wayne Bidelman – Fridays, 8 – 9 a.m.
Get to know local businesses and non-profits every Friday morning at 8 o’clock with Joe Vagnone and Wayne Bidelman. Each week, Joe and Wayne talk with leaders from local organizations to learn about their offerings and how they can help listeners with the needs they may have. Joe and Wayne go beyond just promoting the person they are interviewing. They delve into the details of the products or services they offer. The questions don’t simply ask for name, address and product or service description; but are carefully thought out to help bring an informative and interesting show to the listening audience.