Podcasts: Saturday Morning Live

Podcasts

Saturday Morning Live

Saturdays from 8 – 9am
Hosted by Kris Halterman and sponsored by Asset Advisors.

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Saturday Morning Live February 20, 2016

Bellingham Christian Schools student Tenley Swope and Nate Collins preview their knowledge and preparation for the Constitutional Knowledge Bowl.

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Saturday Morning Live February 13, 2016

“The American’s are Coming.” Host Kris Halterman interviews Allen Brown, Kerry Whitworth, Liz Thistle, and Eric Broussard, about the Washington State Chapter of Liberty Watch.

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Saturday Morning Live February 6, 2016

Host Kris Halterman interviews Glen Morgan, President of We the Governed, about his project to uncover government corruption in the State of Washington.

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Saturday Morning Live January 30, 2016

Host Kris Halterman talks about the petition drive underway to save Intalco jobs; then she interviews former KGMI host and potential Redistricting Committee Representative, Brett Bonner. It is a broad conversation about what redistricting is, the goals and set up of the people appointed to the committee, the time-line, pitfalls to watch out for, and what does a successful redistricting plan look like?

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Saturday Morning Live January 23, 2016

Part 1: Host Kris Halterman interviews Krystal Garmon and Mike Hudson, about the needs of the mentally ill in Bellingham/Whatcom County and a new service available to all Whatcom County residents; the Compass Health – Crisis Prevention and Intervention Team.Compass_Health_logo

Part 2: Host Kris Halterman interviews Tony Larson about the importance of public participation in the 2016 Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan update, and the actions of RE Sources and the Lummi Nation to implement a moratorium on fossil fuel exports and industry expansion at the Cherry Point Industrial sites.

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Saturday Morning Live January 16, 2016

Host Kris Halterman is joined by Kaley Triller to discuss the little known 2016 law enforcing the right of trans-gendered individuals to use locker rooms and rest rooms of their choice, and penalizing those who object for questioning the choice. Kaylee Triller resigned her position with the Pierce and Kitsap County YMCA, over objections to their spearheading of the effort.

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Saturday Morning Live January 9, 2016

Saturday Morning is all about the Constitution as students from Cornerstone Christian perform on a Constitution Quiz to remind us of the importance of this founding document.

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Saturday Morning Live January 2, 2016

Whatcom Family Farmers – Scott Bedlington and Gerald Baron join the host to talk about the new Watershed Improvement Districts (WID) and Whatcom Family Farmers. All Whatcom family farmers are united in protecting the future of farming. The most immediate threats: potential litigation against dairy farmers and Ecology regulations that would devastate the industry. Learn more about these threats and how you can help.

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Saturday Morning Live for 12/26/15

Host Kris Halterman interviews Gary Knaus (Whatcom County Cattlemen’s Assoc.) and Larry Helm (Whatcom Conservation District Supervisor) about how we keep Farmers on the farm? The number of farms in Whatcom County and Washington State are shrinking…Why?

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Saturday Morning Live December 19, 2015

Today’s show is all about Christmas. The first part of the show we will be honored by the caroling of the 8:30 AM Choir (aka: the Sacred Heart Carolers). The second part of the show is all about chocolate. The owners of Raw Cha Cha Chocolat will share their story of entrepreneurship and love of chocolate.

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