Tennessee Valley StoryCorps

Clea Klagstad and Sam Young
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, professional sustainability colleagues Clea Klagstad and Sam Young talk about Sam’s new flip phone.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. You can subscribe to the Tennessee Valley StoryCorps podcast on iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps: Alexandra Nelson

Nov 5, 2019
Alexandra Nelson
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Alexandra Nelson talks about teaching high school Spanish.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. You can subscribe to the Tennessee Valley StoryCorps podcast on iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Allison Huskins and Genie Earle Carter
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Genie Earle Carter and her daughter, Allison Huskins, about their church.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. You can subscribe to the Tennessee Valley StoryCorps podcast on iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Nicole and Michael Dyer
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Nicole Dyer talks to her husband, Michael.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. You can subscribe to the Tennessee Valley StoryCorps podcast on iTunes or Google Play and never miss an episode. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Martha Hicks and Kimberly Crider
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Kimberly Crider talks to her friend, Martha Hicks.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Steen and Courtney Watson
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, husband and wife, Steen and Courtney Watson, remember their fathers. 

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Zeffon, Parquina, and Virginia Wills
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, siblings Parquina and Zeffon Wills talk to their grandmother, Virginia.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Jon Kinsey and Adam Kinsey
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Adam Kinsey talks to his father Jon Kinsey about their development work in Chattanooga.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Isabella and Holly Ashley
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Holly Ashley talks to her daughter, Isabella, about their generational differences.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

Gwendolyn Lila and Kate Rocklein Kemplin
StoryCorps / WUTC

Today on Tennessee Valley StoryCorps, Gwendolyn Lila talks to her mother, Kate Rocklein Kemplin, about her work at The World Trade Center site.

Tennessee Valley StoryCorps brings you conversations from people who went to the StoryCorps recording booth in Chattanooga's Miller Park in the spring of 2019. This series is produced and edited by Will Davis and made possible, in part, by EPB Fiber Optics.

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