It's been called the “Oscars of Teaching” and this year Horizon sixth-grade teacher Amara Alexander was Alabama’s winner of the prestigious Milken Educator Award. She was recognized for her commitment to her students, colleagues and the community. Ms. Alexander took a few minutes away from the classroom to talk with Ginny Kennedy about her surprise win, and what inspires and invigorates her teaching.
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Members of the Huntsville Master Chorale visited the WLRH studio to speak with Morning Blend host Judy Watters about their upcoming holiday concert
On December 9th and December 15th, Huntsville folks will be able to enjoy a wonderful holiday concert prepared especially for them by the U.S.
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