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August 3, 2021 – Actual vs. Constructive Possession

Today on The Ward Scott Files Podcast: Ward discusses local Alachua County news, Dementia, COVID, Art for Art's Sake, and the Trump Organization's Political Prosecution.


2-26-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about Daylight Savings Time, David Denslow's article in the Gainesville Sun, buses for the city of Alachua, Coach Hog's Locker Room, the mayor of Delray Beach and gun control.


2-23-2018 No Podcast Today

There is no podcast today as Ward took the day off. Thanks for checking.


2-22-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the Bomb Shelter exercise. In the second hour, Ward talks about gun control.


2-21-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about Corrine, the council meeting in Marco Island, serving as city manager in Archer, missing candidates on Archer ballot and tennis balls at Walmart.


2-20-2018 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks with Alex Patton, Ozean Media, about a special election in Sarasota, why Trump ran for president, anger and Alex's first job. Ward talks about a breaking story in Marco Island.


2-19-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about LeBron James and Laura Ingraham, Coach Hog's Locker room, the mayor of Tallahassee, the word shut-up, Russia on Facebook and special ed,


2-16-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about Rodney Long in a newspaper article, the Cotton Club, judges, observation and the shooting in South Florida.


2-15-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about bird songs, the shooting in South Florida, history of Florida Junior College system, history of law enforcement on Santa Fe College and Rob Porter.


2-14-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the lawsuit against the NFL, Victor Davis Hanson, OJ Simpson's trial, fiction, Danny Rolling and story telling.


2-13-2018 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks with Alex Patton, Ozean Media about local elections and more polls. Ward talks about racial remarks from nothing race related and federal enforcement of marijuana laws..


2-12-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about special treatment for Corrine Brown, Murf the Surf, Coach Hog's Locker Room, polls about the FBI, Trump panic and facing situations head-on.


2-9-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks to investigator Mark Glaeser about cases he has on going and some history of his activity.


2-18-2018 Ward Scott & Dance Alive

Ward talks about the city of Alachua, the city of Gainesville and GRU and the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce. Ward's guest for the second hour was Linda Rocha, Development Director for Dance Alive.


2-7-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the new road in Alachua, early days of television, the rocket and the car, great professors and the new Big Brother who is watching us.


2-6-2018 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks with Alex Patton, Ozean Media about The Memo, the Department of Justice, and local elections. In the second hour Ward talks about the Spring Hill project and Butler Plaza.


2-5-2018 Ward Scott Law Enforcement Monday

Ward talks about the Cotton Club, the memo and Coach Hog's Locker Room. On Law Enforcement Monday Ward's guest is Alachua County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officers, Brett Rhodenizer and Art Forgey


2-2-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about flipping of the poles, pot banking, Clint Eastwood, Karma, Karl Rove, the cat and Remzey's op-ed.


2-1-2018 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the Facebook broadcast being a work in progress, wetlands, black businesses, protests and immigration.


1-31-2018 Ward Scott & Sue Baird

Ward talks with Sue Baird about the President's State of the Union speech, the response, local politics, little yippee dogs and parrots. In the second hour Ward talks about all the "buts" in the New York Times article about the State of the Union address and a report from Sherrie McKnight.