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Jon James

For over 20 years, I have been waking up central Maine as part of the Moose Morning Show, weekdays from 5am-9am. You can also hear me as part of the "Best of the Moose Morning Show" Saturdays, 6am-10am. I solo on Saturdays, 10am-2pm, unless I'm out meeting you at one of our many live local broadcasts.
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Moose Morning Show Offers Numbers to Report Welfare Fraud…Thinks Drug Testing OK for Recipients [Audio]

Governor LePage, in his weekly address, pointed to welfare fraud examples like the use of Maine ebt cards at tobacco and alcohol stores and even at a liquor store in New Hampshire. Fact is, there is fraud going on. The question is, how do we stop it from happening? I think random drug tests, though not nearly the complete answer, would help.

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Jasmine Sanders
Jon with Jasmine Sanders

Cony High School Senior, Jasmine Sanders, Bound for Carnegie Hall in February [Audio]

Jasmine Sanders is a beautiful young woman with a beautiful, powerhouse voice! She's also very well spoken and will be a great representative of Maine when she sings in front of a packed house next month in New York's Carnegie Hall....

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Nomorobo Claims to be Effective at Stopping Illegal Robo Calls + it’s FREE [Video]

This program has been getting a lot of play lately and word on the street is, it's a pretty good tool for stopping those annoying robo calls we all get. It's certainly worth looking into. Check out this video or visit them at

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Cold, Cold, Cold! Next Time You Freeze and Need a Song, Here ‘Tis [Audio]

Polar Vortex. What the heck is it? Who knows? The weather people? OK, maybe they do but, so what? We don't care about the science of it. We just want it to go away! Next time you're cold to the bones, crank up this little Moose ditty and chatter along!

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Taylor Jorgenson
Dr. Jorgenson and daughter, Taylor , join Jon and Renee

13-Year-Old Taylor Jorgenson Wants Blankets for Everyone + You Can Help! [AUDIO]

Taylor Jorgenson is a young woman and St. Michael School (Augusta) student who is doing something all kids should be encouraged to do. She helps others. With encouragement from her parents, she began a blanket drive in central Maine for the Bread of Life Homeless Shelter. The first year, she got over 100. This year, she hopes to top it!

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Grampy James
Grampy James

Grampy James Sings About How He Came to Be at The Home in Sidney [Audio]

Grampy James hasn't always lived in Sidney. If you've been listening to him since he joined me on 92 Moose some years ago, you'll always remember him living at The Home. Well, now, he tells you of his hometown and how dog food prompted us to move him...

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Propane truck on route 27
Propane truck on it's side on route 27 this morning (Photo courtesy of Rhoda Willard)

Easy Does It…We Don’t Say That to Hear Ourselves Talk. Okay, Maybe I Do. But, Seriously!

I knew the driving was going to be bad when I slid down the hill on the unimproved road I live on. When I got to the main drag, it wasn't much improvement. In fact, it was worse because I KNEW my road was going to be bad. The sand on the main road lulled me into a false sense of security. Luckily, I knew how to test the road by breaking in such a way I could tell if it was slick without losing control (thank you Trooper Tim). It was....very....slippery...

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Jon and the letter W
Jon: Broadcasters need to be able to say the letter W of find another career....Mr. Roberts concurs!

A Pet Peave of Mine: Broadcasters Who Can’t Say “W.” A Lesson from Mr. Roberts [Audio]

If you can't say the letter "W" properly, no biggie in my book, UNLESS you're a broadcaster. DUBBA-EWE, as MANY people on radio and tv say, is NOT CORRECT! Neither is DUB-YAH. Try DOUBLE-EWE. I can't take seriously a broadcaster who can't say the letter W properly. That problem is amplified when your call sign is WMTW....

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