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April 17, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

April 17, 2014 - Hour 3

Lloyd Lewis joins us to talk about Arc Thrift Stores and what their mission project is and how it benefits everyone in the community.  Another video shows how college kids can’t pass a simple civics question but know all about pop culture.  Troy from Greeley calls us to talk about education decline in America.  What are some of the questions on the Naturalization exam and Tom ties them into sports trivia.  $50 million is just what Bloomberg is putting into his anti-gun campaign.



April 17, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

April 17, 2014 - Hour 2

Hydraulic fracturing for the upcoming ballot could be defined as anything and everything having to do with oil and gas drilling.  Cereal has declined the last couple of years but cereal companies are trying to reinvent themselves with breakfast bars.  Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway talks with us about taxes the oil and gas industry pays and where that money goes and the snow melt runoff this spring.  Jim Saulnier, The Retirement and IRA Show, gives us details for his show this Saturday.


April 17, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

April 17, 2014 - Hour 1

Twitter has been in the news with oops and stupid tweets and we update on a couple of them.  Ft. Collins has been voted #2 as a great cycling city in USA Today.  Welfare fraud, a lady trained to catch fraud was caught in her own welfare fraud scam.  Tom talks about some of the possible ballot proposals for this year.


April 16, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

April 16, 2014 - Hour 3

Loveland fracking ballot date has been set for June 24th.  A Florida school board member wants a dress code for parents because saggy pants, short shorts and pajamas are not appropriate and a mom’s response to this.  Tidbits is about boats and Ron has suggestions about preserving memories.  Larimer County Commissioner Lew Gaiter talks with Devon about a leadership conference he is attending, the support of Commissioners for the Sheriff providing services for Berthoud, flood update and preparing for the runoff.  A dog got a notice for Jury Duty.  Kids were given a Sony Walkman and couldn’t figure out what it was and how it worked.

April 16, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

April 16, 2014 - Hour 2

17 ballot initiatives are rumored to be on the ballot and all are around oil and gas drilling.  State Senator Scott Renfroe talks with us about the red light camera bill, HB 1292 education and transparency and his campaign for CD 4.  Kids are not learning dexterity skills like using building blocks because they are addicted to ipads.

April 16, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

April 16, 2014 - Hour 1

Sen. Udall only visits Greeley with the press and private meetings.  Tom thinks he’s funny with his conversation with Sheriff Justin Smith.  The Governor’s race for the Republican candidate is still up for grabs.  Campaign contribution numbers are in for the 4th Congressional race.  Where do your tax dollars go, we break it down.


April 15, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

April 15, 2014 - Hour 3

$100 chocolate toothpaste.  “Eat Like A Woman” author Staness Jonekos joins us to talk about who men and women process food differently and how women can lose weight to balance feelings and body.  The Denver Post article about the severance tax oil and gas companies pay does outline who the tax code needs to be updated.  The Loveland fracking moratorium is vague and confusing and City Council is trying to get an explanation.

April 15, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

April 15, 2014 - Hour 2

Twitter can be good, it helped a black lab find its owner in Denver; Twitter can be bad, US Airways sent out a link with a pornographic photo.  Google has figured out it needs DC and both sides of the isle.  Healthy U this week is Jasper Evans from Poudre Valley Medical Fitness joins us to talk about why medical fitness is for everyone.  Southwest flight attendant gave a funny safety presentation for her passengers.

April 15, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

April 15, 2014 - Hour 1

American Airlines and the 14 year old girl who sent a Twitter threat update.  Marijuana and technology are catching up with the first marijuana vending machine in Colorado.  Seatbelts do save lives but more fatalities happen on rural roads and individuals not wearing seatbelts.  The beer industry in Colorado was a big winner last weekend at the World Beer Convention.


April 14, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

April 14, 2014 - Hour 1

Masters recap and Tom proves he’s a sore loser though it’s Devon who lost the bet.  GOP and Dems conventions were this weekend and a recap with all the races around the state.

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