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Listen “commercial free” to the best of the 70’s, 80’s and all decades always playing the hits!
Overnight with “Nat the Cat”
Up late then you’re in for a treat! It’s four full hours of music…..no commercials, no interruptions. It’s “The Best Music” from the 50’s through today!
The Frank Truatt Morning Show
Orange County’s #1 morning drive-time show! Frank with co-host Taylor and your favorite daily co-hosts so get your day started every Monday through Friday with author, athlete and celebrity interviews, news, sports, traffic, weather and local politics and plenty of laugher, the 2 second song contest, celebrity birthdays and this day in history!Learn More
“Roundtable” with Orange County Executive, Steve Neuhaus
Start your Roundtable series every Monday with a first look at all things affecting Orange County. Steve and his guests take calls and answer your questions.
Orange County is located in the picturesque Hudson Valley, named by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the top 20 places to visit in the world. From Sugar Loaf to Storm King, from Woodbury Common to West Point, Orange County offers a unique variety of history, culture, shopping, and entertainment, all in one place.
Our County’s location remains one of its strongest assets: bordering the Hudson River, situated 90 minutes from New York City, featuring the peaks of the Schunnemunk Mountains and the fertile soil of the Black Dirt Region. Our parks and recreation system is second to none, offering more than 3,300 acres where families and vacationers can golf, hike, and picnic. It’s a County that offers something for everyone – whether you live here, or are one of the thousands who visit each year. The residents have made a community here unlike any other in New York State. It’s a caring place where everyone is made to feel welcome, from a pancake breakfast to support the local American Legion, a 5K run to benefit charity, to a clothing drive to help a neighbor in need. That’s why Steve is proud to call Orange County his home.- Visit http://www.orangecountygov.com/.
Steve Neuhaus has spent over a decade in public service. After college, Neuhaus began working for the Newburgh City Managers Office. He has also served as Deputy Village Manager in the Village of Walden. In 2003, Neuhaus was elected Town Councilman and re-elected in 2005. He was the Supervisor in the Town of Chester. In 2013, Steve was elected to the top job of “Orange County Executive”. Neuhaus also serves as an Ensign in the United States Navy Reserves.
Neuhaus is a member of the Stewart Airport Commission, Hudson Valley Boy Scouts Council Dinner Committee, a volunteer firefighter and former board member of the Orange County Land Trust. He is currently Chairman of the Town of Chester Republican Committee. He holds a BA from Mount Saint Mary College and a MPA from Marist College.Steve lives in Chester with his wife Rachel.
“The ‘REAL’ Real Estate Show”
with RR BH & Gardens
Hosted By Christine Koenig, Grace Warren, Marsha Talbot, Gene Monteith, Kourtney Mills and Mike Vanmansart.
I love real estate! Let my passion work for you. Licensed in NY & NJ, I help buyers and sellers on both sides of the state line make their real estate dreams a reality! For most families, buying or selling their home is one of the biggest financial decisions they will ever make. The process can be daunting, with many important questions that need to be answered. Choosing the best real estate agent to market and sell your home can make all the difference, turning an otherwise difficult, stressful process into a comfortable, informed experience that you are in control of. Fun Facts about Christine: Lives In: Sugarloaf, New York, grew up in Jersey. Most Proud Of: My Family! Previous Life: Marketing & Graphics Design. Hobbies: Gardening, Traveling, & Hiking! Contact me on my cell at 845-551-1564, email me at Christine.Koenig@randrealty.com or visit my website at www.ChristineKoenig.RandRealty.com
With you every step of the way!
Licensed R.E. Salesperson-New Construction Specialist-Certified Negotiation Expert-Short Sale and Foreclosure Expert.
Member Affiliations: New York State Association of Realtors-National Association of Realtors-Orange County Association of Realtors-Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors
Serving all of Orange County; specializing in Warwick, Florida, Pine Island, Greenwood Lake and Chester
Creative Solutions / Positive Results
As a New York State licensed realtor since 1984, I specialize in Residential and Rural Properties. Whether buying or selling new or established homes, short sales, foreclosures, or land, I am here to be your guide throughout the process. If you are looking for a buyer’s representative or relocating, I am here to assist in all ways. I am EcoBroker Certified, and have been awarded the Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty Silver Award and the Better Homes & Gardens Achievement Award.
I’m an Orange County Board of Realtor’s Excellence in Sales Award Winner, also a Board Member of the Orange County Arts Council, and a Memberof the Pine Island Chamber of Commerce, covering all of Orange County. Please contact me at: Marsha.Talbot@randrealty.com, visit my website at www.Marsha.RandRealty.com, call the office at 845-986-4848 ext 117 or call my cell at 845-258-0041.
“History Alive!” hosted by Professor Richard Hull
Professor Richard Hull is Warwick’s Town Historian, Professor of History Emeritus of African History and Civilization at New York University and a Trustee of the Warwick Historical Society.
Professor Richard Hull has dedicated 48 years of service to the NYU Department of History. Professor Hull joined the Department of History in 1967, at NYU’s original Heights Campus. Throughout his 48 years of admirable service, Professor Hull has been a true paragon of dedication to NYU’s unparalleled standard of liberal arts education. A two-time recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award, Richard has enriched their undergraduate program immeasurably. Whether in the many fascinating and popular courses he has taught, or in his role as advisor to Honors Theses, Phi Alpha Theta or the Historian Undergraduate Research Journal, he has been a meaningful and formative part of the undergraduate experience for so many students. Richard is celebrated for his commitment to teaching and his significant contributions as a professor, historian of African history, and revered member of his academic community through this fellowship. Richard has traveled to Accra, Ghana and throughout Africa during his tenure at NYU.
The Professor has received the United Nations Distinguished Citizen Award, the Orange County Revered Citizen Award, the Distinguished Africanist Award from the New York African Studies Association and is a four-time winner of the NYU Teaching Excellence Award. Hull is founder and CEO of African Consulting Associates, a political risk analyst entity.
Dr Hull hosts local seminars and his past WTBQ radio shows are archived on the Albert Wisner Library’s website.
The professorr is the son of Dr. Donald and Dorothy Hull. He and his wife, Jo Marvel Hull are parents of two sons, Tim and Gordon. His brother “Apple Dave” Hull was the loving owner and operator of Applewood Orchards until 2014.
“Your Schools” with Dr. David Leach
Dr. David Leach has served as Superintendent of the Warwick Valley Central School District since 2014. The District educates more than 3,500 students in grades K-12, employing approximately 300 teachers, 320 support staff, and 13 administrators.
The District’s mission is to provide all students with the necessary skills to thrive in the 21st Century as learners, workers and citizens. As Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Leach leads a talented faculty and administrative team to create an educational system that supports learning in a changing society and prepares all students for a successful life in and beyond school. Prior to assuming this role, Dr. Leach was the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instructional Services in the district. Dr. Leach has been an educator for the past twenty years, serving as a teacher, principal and central administrator, working primarily in Rockland County, New York. Before joining the Warwick Valley Central School District, Dr. Leach was employed in the Suffern Central School District as the Principal of Cherry Lane Elementary School. Under his leadership, the school garnered both state and national recognition for its accomplishments. Most noteworthy, it was named a “Reward School” by the New York State Education Department for sustained, significant progress on state assessments, and received the National Blue Ribbon Award. Dr. Leach previously held administrative positions in Nanuet, New York, serving as the Director of Assessment/Evaluation and Assistant Principal. While in Nanuet, he worked primarily in the George W. Miller School, also a past recipient of the National Blue Ribbon School Award. He taught for seven years in the North Rockland School District. Dr. Leach earned his Administrative Certification from Long Island University and his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Fordham University. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Education at Long Island University.
“Warwick Valley Chamber Show” with Michael Johndrow
This program features a discussion on upcoming Chamber events and highlights a local business owner. Stay in touch with the latest news from the Warwick Valley every Monday.Visit Warwick Valley Chamber Website
“Intelligence for your Life” with John Tesh
Six music Emmys, two Grammy nominations, three gold records, seven Public Television specials and 8 million records sold. After more than three decades as an international entertainer,Visit John Tesh's Website
“Rock-o-llections” with Frank “Smokin” Truatt – The BEST Music of the 70’s
Who says you can’t go back! Frank began his radio career at Clarkson University in 1972. He began his Rock-o-llections show in the 70’s while in college. His knowledge of 70’s music is unsurpassed in the radio industry. Frank is an avid collector of 70’s music and memorabilia. He plays the hits, and lots of songs that you haven’t heard since the 70’s. And, you’ll hear every music genre…. Top 40, Classic Rock, Disco, Country Crossovers, Novelty songs, you name it….it will get played on Rock-o-llections! Don’t forget, the request and dedication lines are open throughout the show. So, take a trip back in time to the decade known for “The Best Music,” every Monday from 6 until 8 pm, and only on WTBQ!