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Chad Petri

Chads from a little suburban community halfway between Baltimore and Washington DC known as Ellicott City, Maryland. After graduating college, he took his first job as the chief cook and bottle washer for a five radio station cluster in Rolla, Missouri. He's also worked in Danbury, Connecticut, Jacksonville, Florida and Sioux City, Iowa. Chad's very happy to be back where it's above 70 degrees almost year round. If you have any suggestions for different things he could do in the morning, he'd love to hear from you

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  • Senator Sessions Blasts Amnesty Push

    Senator Sessions Blasts Amnesty Push

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 5:31 PM EDT2014-07-30 21:31:40 GMT

    Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is one of the lone voices on Capitol Hill speaking out against an expected executive order on immigration. An order could come after Labor Day.

    Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions is one of the lone voices on Capitol Hill speaking out against an expected executive order on immigration. An order could come after Labor Day.


  • City Councilman Has Name For I-10 Bridge

    City Councilman Has Name For I-10 Bridge

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 6:48 PM EDT2014-07-29 22:48:56 GMT

    Mobile City Councilman Fred Richardson wants Mobile to claim the title of “Gateway to the Gulf.” He says the best way to do that is to start calling the forthcoming I-10 bridge the “gateway bridge.”

    Mobile City Councilman Fred Richardson wants Mobile to claim the title of “Gateway to the Gulf.” He says the best way to do that is to start calling the forthcoming I-10 bridge the “gateway bridge.”


  • Will Privatization Work In Mobile?

    Will Privatization Work In Mobile?

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 6:21 PM EDT2014-07-29 22:21:17 GMT

    The Mobile City Council approves contracts for private lawn services to cut the grass along some of the city’s busiest roads. Officials aren’t sure if this will give the results they want.

    The Mobile City Council approves contracts for private lawn services to cut the grass along some of the city’s busiest roads. Officials aren’t sure if this will give the results they want.


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