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Chris Talks Override, Pipeline and Food This Morning
Chris Talks Override, Pipeline and Food This Morning

Another loaded day on the “WHMP Morning News.” At 7:10, we’ll hear from State Rep. John Scibak on the resolution of the M.I.A.A-SAT issue. At 7:40, Ben Clark of Clarkdale Fruit Farms talks about his battle to keep a gas pipeline from being routed through his orchard. At 8:10, Northfield Town Clerk Joe Powers gives us the latest on this week’s override tie vote, and at 8:40, Tea Trekker Bob Heiss comes in to talk food. And we’ll wrapup with a conversation with WHMP host Bill Newman, who will be doing a reading of his new book “When The War Came Home” tonight at Boswell’s Books in Shelburne Falls. It all begins at 5:30 on WHMP and WHMP.com.

-Chris Collins

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