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Congress

KGMI Morning Show 9/3/13

President Obama is pressuring Congress to take military action against Syria for using chemical weapons against civilians. Do you support…

SyriaMap

KGMI Morning Show 8/30/13

Host Dillon Honcoop discusses the possibility of a unilateral U.S. strike against, and the feds decision to allow our state…

fast food

KGMI Morning Show 8/29/13

Dillon Honcoop talks about the possibility of military action against Syria, and fast food workers going on strike for higher…

coal train

KGMI Morning Show 8/28/13

Host Dillon Honcoop asks if the Whatcom Democrats are the party of “no” for their recent statement on the environmental…

gun

KGMI Morning Show 8/27/13

Dillon Honcoop talks about a shooting in Bellingham and a high-speed chase near Lynden, and the possibility of military action…

Assault Suspect

KGMI Morning Show 8/26/13

Host Dillon Honcoop discusses the recent attacks on elderly gentlemen in Bellingham and in Spokane, and asks callers: doesn’t anybody…

SyriaMap

KGMI Morning Show 8/22/13

Dillon Honcoop asks when is it time for the U.S. to intervene in the escalating violence in Syria, and discusses…

prison

KGMI Morning Show 8/21/13

Dillon talks about the 35-year sentence for Bradley Manning, and the Port of Bellingham commission holding off its decision on…

airport parking sign

KGMI Morning Show 8/20/13

Host Dillon Honcoop discusses the Port of Bellingham’s proposed tax increase on airport shuttle operators. Podcast: Play in new window…

grocery shopping

KGMI Morning Show 8/19/13

Dillon talks about the Canadian man who is being sued for “pirating” products from the Bellingham Trader Joe’s store. Podcast:…

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