Wayne County Connection

In Richmond and Wayne County, Indiana, watch Wayne County Connection on Comcast Channel 11, Government Access WGTV or streamed online. Shows from prior months are available "on demand" by clicking on the air date.

Logo: Wayne County ConnectionsWayne County Connections on WCTV features local individuals and agencies who are promoting Wayne County as "a great place to work, live, and play."

Each show will focus on a section from WayNet.org, such as Business, Employment, Attractions, Communities, Health Services, Travel & Tourism, Social Services & Seniors, Libraries and Education...and more!

We seek to make a connection between guest and viewer to explore the mutual benefit of community engagement to enhance regional quality of life.

Photo: Michael SweigartOur volunteer host is Michael Sweigart, a local resident, public speaker, and community advocate. Join Michael each month as he welcomes guests from across Wayne County to the show. You will enjoy this informative, entertaining program and finds ways that you, too, can get involved to promote Wayne County as "a great place to work, live, and play!"

Each show premieres on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. and runs each week at that time for one month. Wayne County Connection will also air on Wednesdays at 2 a.m., 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m. Check the WCTV website for this week's schedule.

If you are not a Comcast subscriber, you can still watch Wayne County Connection. The program streams online at the same time it is broadcast. You may also purchase a DVD of a specific show from WCTV. Typical fees are $5/DVD in a paper sleeve and $3.00 for shipping. Contact WCTV to request a copy.

WGTV, Channel 11, is part of the WCTV channel lineup featuring programs of local interest. WayNet is honored to produce Wayne County Connection, in collaboration with Wayne County, Indiana Board of Commissioners.

Wayne County Connections is a service of Whitewater Community Television. It is brought to you by Wayne County, Indiana Government and produced by WayNet.org.

Email us at cc@waynet.org.

Airing Beginning: Focus Guest Organization / Links
1/28/2020 Education
  • Kyle Barrentine, Nettle Creek Schools Superintendent
  • 2/25/2020 Education
  • Dr. Todd Terrill, Richmond Community Schools
  • 3/23/2020
    2/28/2012
    Government Fred Griffin, Director, Wayne Co. EMA
    Scott Gregory, Chief, Perry Township Volunteer Fire Department
    4/28/2020 Government
         

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    Did You Know?

    Oliver P. Morton, who served as the 14th Governor of Indiana during the American Civil War, was a Wayne County native. His family home still stands along the National Road on the west side of Centerville.