Saturday Morning Live
Saturdays from 8 – 9am
Hosted by Kris Halterman and sponsored by Asset Advisors.
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.
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.
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.
Host Kris Halterman defrosts and presents her characteristically insightful program
Join host Kris Halterman as she moderates a discussion on I-594, and a December “I Will Not Comply” movement is planned for Olympia, where a group won’t comply with what they see as an illegal law.
Kris is joined by Aaron Newcomb, from Engedi Refuge, to talk about their program.
Host Kris Halterman talks with James Abernathy of the Freedom Foundation about some recent lawsuits they’ve won on the public sector union front.
Host Kris Halterman talks upcoming elections, and specifically the Washington initiative calling for smaller class sizes in K-12 schools.
Kris Halterman has a full studio today as she talks rental registration and what it means to be a leader in Whatcom County.
In the final debate series, host Kris Halterman talks with P.U.D. candidate Jeff McClure. Later, Republican State Senator Doug Ericksen and Democratic challenger Seth Fleetwood square off on bi-partisanship, residency, and more.