Monthly Archives: November 2015

November 18, 2015 – Teen Challenge of Arizona, Tucson City Elections, Oro Valley Views

We start the show with Executive State Director for Teen Challenge of Arizona which is celebrating 50 years of ministry in the state

Then Mike walks us through the Tucson City Council elections that have been ruled unconstitutional. Where have we been? Where are we now? Where could this go?

Then Don Cox joins us for Oro Valley Views

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November 16, 2015 – Eyes Upon Waking, Margaret Burkholder and Kelly Lawton

We start the show with prerecorded interviews from the set of “Eyes Upon Waking”, the story of Jen Scott who attempted suicide twice fourteen years ago. It’s a story of depression, suicide prevention and hope. We talk to movie stars Edie McClurg and Joe Estevez as well as Jen

Then Tucson City Council Candidates Maragaret Burkholder and Kelly Lawton join us to explain their lawsuit against the City of Tucson in light of the 9th Circuit Court ruling that the way Tucson conducts its city council elections is unconstitutional. Maragaret and Kelly both won the vote count in their respective wards, but lost citywide

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November 13, 2015 – Steve K, National Adoption Awareness Month

We start the show with Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik about the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the way Tucson runs City Council Elections is unconstitutional

Then it’s Author Craig Steffen to talk about his story of adoption and seeking to find his birth parents

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November 12, 2015 – Live from Madaras Gallery, Know Where to Throw, UofA Update

We are live from Madaras Gallery on Campbell and Skyline

We talk to artist Diana Madaras about her art and following your dreams

Then it’s Sherri Ludlam with the City of Tucson to talk about recycling and their “Know Where to Throw” campaign and event on Saturday

Finally it’s 4Tucson at 4:00 Sports Czar John Kramkowski with a UofA sports update

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November 11, 2015 – Tucson City Council Elections Unconstitutional, Eagle Scouts

We start the show with Arizona Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash and former Tucson City Council Candidate Lori Oien about their court case victory at the 9th Circuit Court declaring the way the City of Tucson runs their city council elections is unconstitutional

Then it’s MeMe Aguila the Catalina Council of the Boy Scouts to talk about the upcoming banquet to honor local Eagle Scouts

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November 10, 2015 – Juan Ciscomani, Get Schooled with Rebecca

Juan Ciscomani heads up the Governor’s Southern Arizona office and joins us to talk about new school funding plan passed by the state legislature during a recent special legislative session

Then Rebecca Guthrie joins us to talk about political correctness running wild at many of our college campuses

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November 6, 2015 – Open Phones, Off the Couch in the Old Pueblo

We open the phones and talk with callers about a number of issues including Pima County Elections, Red Light Cameras and more

Then Sierra Davenport with Tucson Parks and Rec joins us to talk about the 10th Annual Family Festival in the Park coming to Reid Park Saturday, November 21st

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