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"UMES 30" is a weekly half-hour radio program hosted by Dr. Joshua K. Wright, an Associate Professor of History at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

The features a wide variety of topics, with guests from UMES, the local community, and people from around the country.

"UMES 30" can be heard each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on WESM 91.3 FM (streams live on wesm913.org).  

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Up to a foot of snow — and possibly more — is expected to fall on Sunday night across the southern Appalachians and nearby foothills in western North Carolina and southwestern Virginia.

"Some places might get what the equivalent of a year of snowfall is for that area," David Roth, a forecaster Weather Prediction Center, told NPR. "I would think this will end up being a historic storm for southwest Virginia and western North Carolina."

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Roll over Spot, Buddy and Rover. Say hello to Cardi B, Harry and Groot! These are just some of 2018's popular names for dogs.

Kate Jaffe is a dog name curator for Rover, the dog and cat service provider. She says that this year pop culture dog name names are in.

"We saw the royal wedding surging as inspiration for dog names," she says. "In fact, dogs named Harry and Meghan were both up about 130 percent this year."

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