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October 1, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

October 1, 2014 - Hour 2

Author, Margo Howard (aka Dear Prudence and Dear Margo), her new book “Eat, Drink & Remarry Confessions of a Serial Wife”.  Marcie Erion, a symposium in Loveland called Accelerate CO, begins today and is open to the public.  The marijuana community is giving and hosting fundraisers for political candidates.  8,000 calorie breakfast requires a waiver before you can order it.

 
October 1, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

October 1, 2014 - Hour 1

Tom had acupuncture and cupping done to his back yesterday and it gave him some relief.  Republican’s will lose the election and it’s as simple as knocking on doors.  City Councils are looking to create a commission to govern the Loveland-Ft. Collins airport.  CU wants you to believe their drug incidents are down but only the reporting is down.

 
September 30, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

September 30, 2014 - Hour 3

Election Protection Squad will be out watching the polls.  Sean Foy, author, The Burst! Work Out talks with us about the book and a 10-day challenge Devon will try.  Bob Hewson, Colorado Youth Outdoors, talks with us about the CYO facility and an event on Oct. 7th with Conserving Nature’s Resources.  Lots of new shopping coming to Ft. Collins area.

 
September 30, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

September 30, 2014 - Hour 2

How schools get funding and the date for student counts is tomorrow, Jefferson County might be affected by the teachers calling in sick.  Berthoud Oktoberfest is an authentic German experience and DeAnne Mulvihill shares all the fun activities this Saturday.  Ft. Collins repeal of the bag tax petitions have been turned in.  Free Obama phones in Maryland are being handed out to double those eligible for the program.

 
September 30, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

September 30, 2014 - Hour 1

A man breaks into Lyric Cinema and leaves his court folder with his ID.  Hershey’s wins its lawsuit against TinctureBelle LLC for selling look alike products with marijuana.  Senator Udall lied again and this time it was his drug indiscretion, he was arrested with 3 oz and amphetamines.  Obama and his latte salute has controversy from both sides.  Illegal children enrolling in school have been straining districts since early spring.

 
September 29, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

September 29, 2014 - Hour 1

Tom’s back is hurt still but he went to see the bugling elk.  Rocky Mountain National Park prices will be going up 50-150% next year.  Democrats are continuing their ‘war on women’ but he may be to ensure their base is motivated to turn out to vote.  The ‘Polis’ Commission meeting last week took public comment from oil and gas supporters but the chairwoman said she was disappointed the initiatives did not make the ballot.

 
September 29, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

September 29, 2014 - Hour 2

Brian Werner from Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District talks with us about conserving water and he will be at Conserving Nature’s Resources event on Oct. 7th.  Julie Gunlock from IWF talks with us about chap stick in schools and new nutrition guidelines.  Ft. Collins is looking at turning the homeless park into a parking lot but it will move the homeless to another area.

 

 
September 29, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

September 29, 2014 - Hour 3

Laura Carno, Udall Lied campaign, talks about her guest commentary in the Denver Post.  The press pool is supposed to report what the President is doing but when they submit information for the White House to send out sometimes changes are requested.  Tom still believes in ghosts.  Golden High School canceled classes today because teachers called in “sick”.

 
September 26, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

September 26, 2014 - Hour 1

Yankees won thanks to Derek Jeter and his last at bat.  New York Mayor dropped the groundhog on Groundhog Day and it’s now coming out she died a week later of internal injuries.  Bengals football player Devon Still sent a video of him and his daughter on the way to her cancer surgery.  State Senator Bill Cadman wrote an article for The Gazette and he outlines exactly what is happening in Colorado’s employment numbers.  Boulder City Council is working on a complete smoking ban.

 

 
September 26, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

September 26, 2014 - Hour 2

Congressman Cory Gardner talks with us about: jobs and the economy, his campaign against Udall, foreign affairs with ISIS.  New poll shows Cory Gardner is ahead of Udall but still within the margin of error and the race could go either way.  Mindy McCloughen from the Loveland Chamber of Commerce talks with us about the I-25 expansion possibility and looking ahead to Valentine’s Day.  Jim Saulnier, The Retirement and IRA Show, gives us a show preview.  Thompson school district doesn’t seem to have consistent fees for high school games.

 

 
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