Shore talks largely about the work he did for the Disney Company.
The guests discuss pending alimony reform legislation in Columbia and what obstacles have to be cleared for them to pass.
The guests talk about the Saluda Counseling Center’s fundraising campaign, which has collected $45,000 of its $65,000 goal.
The guests discuss Friday night’s Moonlight Jazz and Saturday’s Tailgate Party.
Meyer-Cuno discusses a variety of issues, including how the county council should manage growth in the Lake Wylie and Fort Mill areas.
Childers previews upcoming events taking place at the 53rd annual Come-See-Me Festival, which continues through Saturday.
Vining says there’s no evidence to indicate that using technology in the classroom improves students’ test scores.