Sunday Focus

Mix 92.9's Public Affairs program, Focus, airs Sunday mornings from 5:00 to 5:30. Guests talk with Anna Marie about issues facing your community, your state, your health and your livelihood. Have questions or comments? Have ideas for the show? Let us know here!

Recent Posts

10/24/2014 - 8:14pm
David Cook, UT Agricultural Extension agent for Davidson County, talks about how to spot physical signs of your plants’ health, what grass to plant and how much to water it, the importance of having your soil’s pH tested, proper pruning technique,... >> more
10/16/2014 - 7:33pm
September is National Preparedness Month, and Mac Purdy, Director of the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency, explains why it's important to have emergency kits prepared for at work, at home, and in the car, and details what exactly needs... >> more
10/04/2014 - 9:44am
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and so Anna is joined by Scott Ridgway and Samantha Nadler from the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network. They will discuss the warning signs of those who might be in danger of being suicidal, such as talking... >> more

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  • Preview This Week's Show: Habitat for Humanity and Helping Our Veterans

    This week Anna is joined by Becket Moore from Williamson County Habitat for Humanity. They will discuss the process of how a family joins in a partnership with Habitat as well as some misconceptions of the process. They will also discuss the 4000th Habitat home being built and dedicated to a local disabled veteran.

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  • Last Week's Show: Literacy In Nashville

    Anna discusses the subject of literacy with some representatives from the Nashville Adult Literacy Council and Books From Birth. They talk about the reasons that adults and children get left behind in literacy and what they are doing to help improve the literacy rate in Nashville. Anna also discusses ways you can help these causes by donating or volunteering.

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