WHGL Hometown Country - HOME
Listen Live to WIGGLE 100
WHGL RADIO JOCKS
Featured Artists
Wiggle Top 20 hits
Contests
Country Club
LOCAL COMMERCE
Visit Our Photo Gallery
Wiggle Country News
Weather
Local Sports Coverage
Station Sponsors
Advertise With Us
Employment
Wiggle Trips
School Closings and Cancelations
Exploring Wiggle Country
Workforce Wednesday
What's Hot on the Web
Contac Us




Securenet Systems - Hosting, Design, Programming, E-Commerce



 
Wiggle News
 
 

 

 

Listen to World News, Local & Regional News, Sports & Weather

 

On Wiggle 100 6am, 7am, 8am, 9am & 12n Weekdays

 

on 95.3 The Bridge 6am, 7am, 8am & 9am


At This Museum, Falling Back An Hour Takes The Whole Weekend
When Daylight Saving Time arrives, who adjusts all those old clocks? Noel Poirier, director of the National Watch and Clock Museum, tells NPR's Scott Simon he has to turn back 60 pendulum clocks. [See More]

Rocket Explosion Raises Questions About Private Space Ventures
NPR's Scott Simon talks to reporter Joel Glenn Brenner about the Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two crash. She knew both pilots who were on board the spacecraft. [See More]

Press Freedom Dwindles In Egypt
Egypt's president says the nation is involved in a war against terrorism and the media is falling in line. Some talk show hosts have been pulled off the air for criticizing the government. [See More]

Hollaback! Video Calls Out Catcallers, But Cuts Out White Men
In the video, most of the men who street-harass, who cat-call, yell sand follow the woman are black and Latino. Noticeably absent from the video? White men. [See More]

Election Night Eating: A Tasting Menu For What's At Stake
NPR's politics team is hosting an election night party Tuesday. But you can't have a party without good grub. So we've put together a menu inspired by the politics in play. [See More]

Tech Week: Tim Cook's Reveal, Net Neutrality And Big Data Dishes
Tim Cook publicly acknowledged that he's gay, the head of the Federal Communications Commission may have another net neutrality plan and IBM's supercomputer is helping chefs create new dishes. [See More]

Ebola Design Challenge Says Yes To The Wedding Dress Designer
There were engineers. And virologists. And one wedding dress designer. Together, they're trying to devise a better design for protective gear worn by health workers in the Ebola ward. [See More]

Five Reasons Why Your Financial Outlook Just Got Better
Even if a big raise is not imminent for you, five factors are helping stretch today's paycheck: cheap gasoline; a strong dollar; low interest rates; fierce retail competition and a huge corn harvest. [See More]

With Style And Silo, 'Modern Farmer' Melds Agrarian With Urban Hip
Modern Farmer is less than two years old but it's already won a National Magazine Award. "We're making fun of ourselves, in a way, because we don't know anything about farming," says the editor. [See More]

U.S. Marine In Mexican Jail Is Now Free, Mexican Judge Orders
Andrew Tahmooressi said he made a wrong turn and ended up across the border in Mexico with his legally registered guns, which were illegal in Mexico. He has been in a Mexican jail for seven months. [See More]

On Eve Of Promotion, NYPD's Top Uniformed Official Resigns
Philip Banks III was set to become Commissioner William Bratton's deputy. The reasons for his abrupt resignation are not clear. [See More]

A 19th Century Novel Explains Quantitative Easing
This week, the Federal Reserve ended the quantitative easing program. Author John Lanchester says Anthony Trollope's 19th century novel The Way We Live Now clarifies the current financial situation. [See More]

With Mexican Students Missing, A Festive Holiday Turns Somber
The Day of the Dead is a time when Mexicans remember loved ones with grand floral tributes. But the atmosphere is downbeat in the state of Guerrero, where 43 students are still missing. [See More]

Payments Start For N.C. Eugenics Victims, But Many Won't Qualify
North Carolina forcibly sterilized thousands of people between 1929 and 1976. The state has begun compensating victims, but some who were sterilized may never receive restitution from the fund. [See More]

U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power Sees Signs Of Hope In West Africa
After a four-day visit to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, she reports progress ? along with the need for continued support. [See More]



Site Maintained By JA Curren Web Design

Report A Problem