Monthly Archives: September 2015

September 15, 2015 – Pima County Care Portal, Teen Challenge of Arizona

We start the show with Sue Baird who explains Care Portal and how churches have an opportunity to help the Department of Child Safety serve at risk and foster families

Then it’s Reverend Snow Peabody to talk about Teen Challenge of Arizona’s 50th Anniversary


September 14, 2015 – Reach Beyond, Hot Topics

Jon Fugler, Vice President of Advancement with Reach Beyond tells us how their ministry is building radio stations around the world to reach people with the good news of Jesus Christ. KVOI and all of the Good News Stations are helping Reach Beyond raise $30,000 to build a new station in Indonesia. Just go to to give

Then Mike has some items in the news including the resolution of the latest police killing and the long term solution to the problem


September 11, 2015 – Better Business Bureau, Catalina State Park

Ryan Foster with the Better Business Bureau joins us to talk about what recent scams to look out for and how your business can become accredited by the BBB

Then it’s Off the Couch in the Old Pueblo talking with the Supervisor of Catalina State Park and all the wonderful things you can do there


September 9, 2015 – Tea Party Patriots D.C. Rally, Sonoran Desert Flyers

Mike brings us audio from the Washington D.C. Rally against the Iran Deal. We hear speeches from Donald Trump and Ted Cruz

Then it’s Oro Valley Views with special guests, the Sonoran Desert Flyers who fly model airplanes


September 8, 2015 – ForeTucson Golf Scramble, Get Schooled with Rebecca

The Guthrie’s are taking over!

We start the show with our new 4Tucson at 4:00 Correspondent, Megan Guthrie who brings sounds and interviews from the ForeTucson Golf Scramble

Then it’s Get School with Rebecca with Rebecca Guthrie who talks about breaking up the Tuscon Unified School District


September 4, 2015 – Margaret Burkholder, Oro Valley Christian Biz Group, Bisbee Brewery Gulch Daze

Tucson City Council Candidate Margaret Burkholder gets us started talking about the Sun Trans strike, and budget priorities in the city

Then it’s Nellie Holst who tells us about a business networking group for Christian business owners

Then it’s Off the Couch in the Old Pueblo highlighting Bisbee Brewery Gulch Daze


September 2, 2015 – Al Melvin, John Winchester, Oro Valley Views

Al Melvin gets us started with a discussion about water, energy and his run for the Corporation Commission

Then it’s John Winchester with Christians United for Israel to talk about how the Democrats now say they have enough votes to block the Republicans efforts to block the Iran deal

Then it’s Don Cox with Oro Valley Views and some upcoming events up the hill