Web Wednesday: March 19th, 2014

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Every Wednesday, News 4 This Morning takes a look at an assortment of the stories from our show that viewers and readers are talking about on our webchannel and related social media.

Every Wednesday, News 4 This Morning takes a look at an assortment of the stories from our show that viewers and readers are talking about on our webchannel and related social media.

Every Wednesday, News 4 This Morning takes a look at an assortment of the stories from our show that viewers and readers are talking about on our webchannel and related social media.

Recently, the Dothan City School Board voted 4-2 to pass the One-on-One Initiative. This vote means that students in that school system from the 4th to 12th grade will each get an individual iPad to use for education. Natasha Weimar wonders, "what will happen to good old fashioned hand writing I fear for the youth of today spend far too much time on computers and not enough outside in the fresh air seems to me schools are encouraging laziness." Kirstee Roozen comments, "One of the Ozark schools did this with kindles. Students are loaned Kindles and are monitored closely on them. At end of year the high schoolers (though I think it was just seniors) could purchase theirs at a discounted rate and school would buy new ones also at a discounted rate. It was cheaper for school because books were damaged but kids actually took Better care of the kindles."

Friday, March 14th's unofficial holiday was National Potato Chip Day. To mark the occasion celebrating the popular salty snack, News 4 This Morning asked its viewers what their favorite brands and/or flavors of chips were. We shared some of those picks that Friday, and you can see even more in this week's installment of Web Wednesday!

Last week, the Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Dothan reopened after being damaged by a fire. The first in line got free doughnuts for a certain amount of time. Joni Willis was the very first in line, and got a shirt and coffee in addition to free doughnuts. Karen Laney commented, "Thank goodness !!! I've been having withdrawals ! When I come to Dothan to the eye dr. That is my ultimate stop to make !! Sooo glad Krispy Kreme is back open !!!!!!" And, Trista Lester-McCoy adds, "yes I will, coming from Colquitt,ga today to get me a few dozen to take back with me..I do my shopping in Dothan, and so glad its back up."

In this week's edition of TV Tuesday, News 4 This Morning asked its followers what sporting events they enjoy watching the most! See even more of those picks above!

And, for Music Monday, we asked our viewers what songs or styles of music that they enjoy listening to the most while they exercise. You can see even more on those picks in the video!

During last week, one of the discontinued models of cars we featured was the Yugo! Donna Gibson said, "Haha we were teenagers when my friends mom got a Yugo. We had this little that was You go, They go, We stay home. That car was mustard yellow and the ugliest thing ever."

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