• 01:00

    Lake Worth City Commissioner Andy Amoroso

    in Politics

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes District #3 Commissioner Andy Amoroso to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Commissioner Amoroso is back from his trip to Austin, Texas where he attended the 2014 National League of Cities conference. He will share what he learned during the various sessions he attended. He will also talk other efforts he is undertaking to secure funding for infrastructure improvements and the like for Lake Worth.

  • 01:21

    Police K9 Author Adam David Russ and Salt Lake City Police K9 Officer Mike Serio

    in Pets

    Author, Adam David Russ and Officer Michael Serio of the Salt Lake City Police K9 Unit in Utah join us to talk about Russ’ book ,"Bloodhound in Blue: The True Tales of Police Dog JJ and His Two-Legged Partner" which highlights the life of 10-year-old K-9 JJ, who worked for the Salt Lake City Police Department with Officer Serio. The book takes you on an amazing journey as you learn how with JJ's ability to sniff out suspects and Serio's apprehension skills, the duo caught murderers, rapists, and drug dealers, often tracking them over fences and through crowded city blocks and dense forests. They also captured one of Utah's Most Wanted. Together the team changed the way police units operate today and both JJ and Officer Serio were awarded the Salt Lake City Officer of the Year Award, an award that Officer Serio has won twice; the only officer in state history to achieve this.

  • 01:03

    Lake Worth City Commissioner Andy Amoroso

    in Politics

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Andy Amoroso to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Commissioner Amoroso enters his second term after an uncontested election - a rarity for Lake Worth. He is just back from the National League of Cities 2014 Congressional City Conference in Washington, D.C. He'll share what he learned from attending the conference and what he was able to do to garner attention to issues facing Lake Worth. He'll also talk about the Marriage Equality Event on March 23rd and the lead up to Pridefest the weekend of March 29 & 30.

  • 01:01

    Mayor Pam Triolo and City Manager Michael Bornstein on the Lake Worth 2020 Plan

    in Politics

    Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Lake Worth Mayor Pam Triolo and City Manager Michael Bornstein to discuss the Lake Worth 2020 infrastructure improvement program. There is a ballot question related to this program appearing on the August 26th ballot - whether to allow the city to issue bonds totaling $63.5 million to fund the program or to not allow the city to do so. Mayor Triolo and Mr. Bornstein will review the program, tell us about upcoming opportunities to hear more about the plan and try to answer questions that we and they have heard throughout the community on the program.

    Here, Mayor Triolo reviews events prior to the election where you can learn more:

    "If you still have not been a part of a LW 2020 informational session presented by the city, you still have 3 more chances! Friday night at 7pm they'll be a meeting at the LW Playhouse. Saturday at 5pm the City will be presenting at the College Park Neighborhood Association meeting at First Congregational Church. Sunday at Noon they'll be a 2020 presentation at the Wimbley Gym- 1515 Wingfield Street off of 12th Avenue South- no need for a sitter as they'll be hamburgers, hotdogs, soft drinks and activities for the kids! The vote is this Tuesday folks. No matter what side of the issue you are on, please make sure you get the facts first. There's no need to guess or wonder or speculate. You will be able to ask questions directly to city staff at all of these meetings. And as an aside, please be respectful and kind to one another. Whatever happens, we have a lot of work to do and it always works better when we do it together!"

  • 01:08

    The Roundtable Of Sport City

    in Sports

    The Table is being set here in the kitchen where all sport dishes will be discussed from NBA to NCAA.  We will review all major events from the days past and preview the weekend that ends the month of February and get us prepared for the MADNESS of March.  Join Chandler "Nostradamus" Knight, Chad Spriggs, Aaron Simmons and Tyrone Powell aka TP Tymeless as we get this Roundtable flowing for your Sport City needs.  Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN..... And if they don't know... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!!

  • 02:03

    The Roundtable Of Sport City

    in Sports

    The Table is all set in Sport City come feed that sport appetite!! Join TP Tymeless and the rest of the Sport City Chefs as we talk about all the important sport topics around the Sport World and dish them around the kitchen for your notable Chefs that you know so well.  Things to be reviewed from the week and a preview into the weekend's matchups throughout the sport world.  Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!  And if they don't know... NOW THEY KNOW!!!

  • 01:02

    The Roundtable Of Sport City

    in Sports

    The Table where we all sit down and talk about the topics that are most controversial and previews towards this weekend of any sport that comes towards the Sport Minds and appetites alike.  TP Tymeless along with Chad "C-Sizzle" Spriggs as well as the other Chefs come back to the kitchen to help these relevant dishes give everyone that Food For Thought.  Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs Again!! And If you DONT KNOW.... NOW U KNOW!!!!

  • 00:30

    Carol Stratton,Lake Surrender

    in Books

    In my first novel, Lake Surrender, I use my love of Michigan lakes to tell a story of a woman struggling with abrupt change and difficult circumstances to see a greater hand at work.

    With slices of humor, I write of hardships many face as a single mom, a parent of a disabled child, a displaced employee, a lonely widow and a once homeless young man.

    My characters, flawed, live through unnerving stress, like a barefoot water-skier hanging on to the boat connected with one strand of yarn to life. While hanging onto the boat for dear life they find the unwavering patience of God in the most unusual places.

    Using my degree in Recreational Therapy I have worked with autistic children, In this novel I wanted a story that would lift their value in the world while at the same time highlight the difficulty raising such a special child.

    My first book, Changing Zip Codes: Finding Community Wherever You're Transplanted is a devotional for movers, anecdotes pulled from 22 moves. I have a passion to help families move reminding them they will have a life and community at the other end.

    A foot loose and fancy-free freelancer for fourteen years I've now settled down to a regular gig as a reporter for the Mooresville Weekly in Davidson, North Carolina.

    Words define me....I love to speak to women's groups such as MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and at national writers' conferences.

    Family defines me more. I have a great husband, four grown children and five grandchildren. As far as hobbies I love music and favor bluegrass. If prodded, I will produce a mandolin.

    My secret dream was to become a lounge singer. But realizing that dream is a little late to happen, I've found great contentment writing stories to encourage and inspire women. So actually I've chosen the better path.

  • 02:06

    Wrestling Against Spiritual Wickedness in High Places in Salt Lake City

    in Religion

    Teaching on this program, from Teachings of the One Mighty and Strong, comprised of letters and handouts used in early public ministry in Salt Lake City. Handouts used despite repressive use of police force under the color of law meant to drive me from the public square, which was the only place I could, with any modicum of allowance, preach the gospel with these printed handouts made from my printer from The Revelations of Jesus Christ, because of which I was arrested on many occasions, violating principles of tolerance and equanimity afforded to every creature under heaven except myself.

    Example of these:


    Dear L. S. B. Leakey Foundation,

    I hereby offer myself in debate against your most noble at the time and the place of your choosing, in debate over evolutionary theory as the correct estimation of man’s origins upon this planet. I shall feel free to refer to the personal revelatory experiences which I have received, whereupon on one instance an incredible voice spoke in the presence of two other men beside my self, that had power to make the frames of those who heard it quake from fear (excepting myself, for I delighted at the display) and the limitless scope of the power manifested. Any of your anti-Christs can meet me, anytime, and I, Art Bulla, the Lord’s anointed, shall I not drive you and all Victorian Quackery, which seems to have a stubborn but unreasonable tenacity, from the field? Come now, my foes, let us do battle and we shall see who is mightier.



    Artis Brent Bulla,

  • 00:31

    City of Moreno Valley Political Talk with guest Marcia Amino

    in Politics

    Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the state of civic affairs in the City of Moreno Valley. Marcia Amino will be our guest tonight and specifically discuss the ethics committee issue from yesterday's City Council meeting. We will go over the highlights of yesterday's meeting as well as the agenda for next week's Study Session. 

  • 00:18

    The Neighbors--Salt Lake City Band Interview

    in Radio

    The Neighbors- Adam Kaiser, Rachel & Ed Eyre from Salt Lake City, Utah on their new single release and of course independence. 

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