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August 25, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 25, 2014 - Hour 2

CU Boulder is being criticized for not using traditional Native American spellings on its new buildings.  Julie Gunlock, IWF author, talks with us about a panel aimed at feeding the poor and there isn’t a farmer on the panel and how convenience stores have increased sales that could be tied to the school lunch program.  Go to jail and do not collect unemployment, someone didn’t tell a Colorado inmate.  Average income in Silicon Valley is $195,000.

August 25, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 25, 2014 - Hour 1

Last week of August and it’s 5 full weekends.  Many traffic accidents last week and one had a middle school principal help to stop a car.  Top paying jobs of 2014.  19 shot in Chicago last weekend and the media is still focused on Ferguson, MO.  Tom is worried about a dog in an accident involving a criminal, Devon say’s there was no dog.

August 22, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 22, 2014 - Hour 3

Bill Clinton is so “dead broke” he spends $1000 per cigar.  A bathroom that works made entirely of chocolate.  Beer of the week:  Pure Cider from Possman in Germany.  “The 12 Bottle Bar” authors, David Solmonson and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, talk with us about how to create a perfect at home bar.  Show preview from Gil Moon and Clark Johnson.


August 22, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 22, 2014 - Hour 2

Hundreds of thousands of birds are dying from solar panels but no one is demanding the solar fields shut down.  Greeley Evans 6 is making all their vending machines healthy choices only.  Mindy McCloughan, Loveland Chamber of Commerce, joins us to talk fun details to the Corn Roast Festival starting tonight.  Apple iphone 6 may have a new screen made of sapphires.


August 22, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 22, 2014 - Hour 1

Thompson Valley HS is honoring veterans tonight.  Where soccer and football games are played in Poudre and Thompson school districts.  Retail sales are falling for brick and mortar stores but online sales are increasing and technology.  Current study shows reading a paper book retains for information than reading an electronic book.  New poll shows Udall and Gardner tied.

August 21, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 21, 2014 - Hour 3

Jack Ekstrom, Whiting Petroleum, joins us to talk about oil and gas.  The new commission the Governor is forming, how Congressman Polis and Devon disagreed on their tour.  How oil and gas employees live and work near and around wells and rigs.  Switch Energy Project documentary is a great movie for a view of all energy.


August 21, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 21, 2014 - Hour 2

10 Days/10 Teams continues and Tyler Walje talks with us about University HS.  Clarification to the bag tax in Ft. Collins.  “The Purge” movie has law enforcement paying attention with a social media threat in Colorado on Sept. 6th.  Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway talks about the impacts of oil and gas industry in and around the Greeley area.  Colorado vanity license plates will be up for auction today and plan on spending thousands of dollars.

August 21, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 21, 2014 - Hour 1

August with its extra weekends has made the month seem extra long.  GMO labeling will be on the ballot and the information for the voter blue book will have a different approach this year.  Tom thinks sunscreen chemicals bake into the skin.

August 20, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 20, 2014 - Hour 3

Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith talks with us about some of the misinterpretations of the Ferguson, MO riots.  Tidbits is all about tools this week.  Larimer County Commissioner Lew Gaiter talks with us:  mosquito spraying, jail tax extension, Martin Marietta in Ft. Collins concerns.  Clark Johnson, 10days/10teams, and today is Roosevelt HS.

August 20, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 20, 2014 - Hour 2

Ft. Collins bag tax ordinance was amended and will be 5 cents.  Treasurer Walker Stapleton joins us to talk about the court case for access to the PERA membership information and his campaign.  The NFL wants the next Super Bowl half time band to pay them revenue from their next year sales and tours.

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