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 2/7/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with Glenn Morgan and Gary Hagland of Skagit County CAPR about how in-stream flow laws are a threat…

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Saturday Morning Live 1/31/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with Miss British Columbia, Miss Washington and Washington’s Grand Bethel Honor Queen of Job’s Daughters International…

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Saturday Morning Live 1/24/15

Host Kris Halterman talks with Lorraine Newman about the local Constitutional Knowledge Bowl happening today and interviews Freedom Foundation’s Glenn…

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Saturday Morning Live 1/17/15

Mike Hudson fills in for Kris Halterman.

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Saturday Morning Live for 1/10/15

Kris talks about the clean fuel tax Governor Inslee wants to bring about.

Marijuana

Saturday Morning Live for 1/3/15

Kris welcomes Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo and a concerned county resident to talk about the implementation of recreational marijuana in Washington.

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Saturday Morning Live for 12/20/14

Host Kris Halterman welcomes a musical guest to sing us some wonderful Christmas carols (and really cement that holiday spirit), plus she talks with with the director of the Port of Bellingham.

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Saturday Morning Live for 12/13/14

Kris Halterman welcomes Robert Jacobson with the Whatcom Community Emergency Response Team about how we can prepare for emergencies, and what kinds of training are available for businesses and individuals to be disaster-ready.

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Saturday Morning Live for 12/6/14

Kris Halterman welcomes Doug Thomas with Bellingham Cold Storage and Tony Larson, editor of Business Pulse Magazine about a new health care program Whatcom Business Alliance is offering to their members.

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Saturday Morning Live for 11/29/14

Host Kris Halterman defrosts and presents her characteristically insightful program

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Bet you didn’t know: Fun facts about the Fourth

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Even the most patriotic among us can learn something from these little-known facts about Independence Day.

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Post 7 sweeps first two games at 4th of July tournament

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Bellingham has a double-header again on Friday, facing the Northeast 49ers at 4:00 p.m. and the Spokane Northstars at 6:30 p.m at Rogers High School in Spokane.

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AP Source: Pacers give Monta Ellis 4 years, $44 million & NBA free agency roundup

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Dallas Mavericks point guard Monta Ellis warms up in front of an advertisement paid for by The Indiana Economic Development Corp. before an NBA preseason basketball game in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. The IEDC has signed a deal with the Pacers for sponsoring the basketball court inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse. (AP Photo/AJ Mast)

A person with direct knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Ellis has agreed to terms with the Pacers on a four-year deal worth $44 million and other NBA free agency news.

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Rangers’ Martin St. Louis announces retirement

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In this March 4, 2015, file photo, New York Rangers right wing Martin St. Louis (26) shoots against the Detroit Red Wings in the third period of an NHL hockey game in Detroit. Rangers forward Martin St. Louis is retiring after 16 NHL seasons, seven All Star selections and one Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning. St. Louis made the announcement Thursday, July 2, 2015, roughly a month after helping the Rangers reach the Eastern Conference finals, where they lost to the Lightning in seven games. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

The 40-year-old St. Louis was uncertain whether he would return for another season after the Rangers were eliminated, but it was clear that New York was not going to bring him back.

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Mariners recall Chris Taylor from AAA Tacoma

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FILE - In this Saturday, June 6, 2015, file photo, Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano, right, walks on the field after he grounded into a double play with the bases loaded to end the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Mariners' Willie Bloomquist (8) was left on base on the play. Cano isn't supposed to hear boos at home. It wasn't part of the deal when he signed for $240 million and 10 years in Seattle. But with the underperforming Mariners having the second-worst record in the American League, Cano's struggles have become the focus for the floundering franchise.

Utility infielder/outfielder Willie Bloomquist designated for assignment