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More To The Story- Spartanburg's Brain Drain Issue

Jul 10, 2017
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On this 'More to the Story', a recent article by the Spartanburg Herald on a topic called Brain Drain is discussed. A pattern showing that many young educated adults, who live in Spartanburg and Spartanburg County are trying to determine if there are enough good job careers to keep them at home or make they look  elsewhere? Plus, how city leaders come up with ways to keep these men and women at home.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, Paul Foster, who serves as Senior Producer, News Director, and Morning Edition Regional Host

BMW Group plant Spartanburg: paint shop (06/2017)

BMW, the automaker based in Germany, celebrates their 25th anniversary at its location in Upstate South Carolina (Spartanburg-Greenville). Greenville News Reporter Maayan Schecter talks about the significance of what BMW has meant to the upstate, when it comes to jobs, the economy, etc., as well as being beneficial to the entire state.  Originally aired June 21, 2017. 

Posted by Host and Producer of WNCW's More to the Story, Paul Foster

More to the Story- Prison Corruption in N.C.

Jun 23, 2017
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  This More To The Story from June 14, 2017 featured Ames Alexander, Investigative Reporter with the Charlotte Observer, who talked about his series of articles on corruption in the North Carolina prison system.

Posted by Host and Producer of  More to the Story, Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer, News Coordinator, and Regional Morning Edition Host

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Recently in the pages of the Asheville Citizen-Times was a feature article called "Have North Carolina Tax Cuts Boosted Economy? Not So Some Economists Say." This story by Reporter Mark Barrett (interviewed) was discussed during this "More to the Story' from June 7, 2016.

Posted by Host and Producer of More To The Story, Paul Foster- WNCW Senior Producer / News Director / NPR Regional Morning Edition Host

More To The Story- Upstate SC's Aging School Buses

Jun 13, 2017
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A lack of funding keeps aging school buses on the road in upstate South Carolina counties like Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union. Hear about the average age of these buses and other concerns when it comes to safety, etc. with Zach Fox, who serves as Education Reporter with the Spartanburg Herald-Journal.  Originally aired in May 2017.

Posted by Host and Producer for WNCW's More To The Story, Senior Producer and News Man, Paul Foster