Look for wide-ranging discussion this second week of January on the Morning Show on 88.5 KRFY. Here is what’s on tap:
Tuesday, January 9: Join Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn as they discuss the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Winter Tracks program – plus present a recorded talk with Rich Landers, who just retired after 40 years as outdoors editor for the Spokesman-Review. Landers’ short talk on air will preview the upcoming presentation he is giving at the Panida Theater, “Forty ‘Rich’ Years in the Outdoors” on Saturday, January 13. Airtime for the Morning Show is 8 a.m. at 88.5 KRFY, or catch it on the Podcasts page later that day.
Wednesday, January 10: Morning Show host Chris Bessler and guest host John Rohyans will discuss an impending local decision on natural resources policy with Bonner County Commissioner Dan McDonald. Topic will be the draft Bonner County Natural Resource Plan that will be the subject of an upcoming public hearing by the county commissioners. Tune in at 8 a.m.; or hear podcast later that day on our Podcast page.
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Thursday, January 11: Join Morning Show hosts Jack Peterson and Carrie Logan for a talk with guest Rich Crettol, director of Sandpoint Community Resource Center. Catch it at 8 a.m. on 88.5 KRFY, or check the Podcasts page later that day.
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