Show Archive – January 29th, 2012

9 audio clips available
Guests and topics included:

  • Rich can’t believe what he saw on TV at the School Board meeting last night. West consolidating with Memorial and Central? The principal of West being terminated?! LISTEN! 
  • Plus, Dave in Bedford called in and took Rich head on in regards to zoning. Someone daring to call Rich Girard NOT conservative enough? Listen to find out. 
  • Our health professional, Dr. April Kosinski, came in for another edition of Your Health and Wellness, sponsored by East Coast Chiropractic. This week we’re talking about nutrition!
  • Our History Lady from the Manchester Historic Associationcame in for a little Manchester history. This week she’s telling us the Legend of Rock Rimmon. 
  • Dan Fawcett of Morgan Records Management could NOT make it in today, but we’ve got an eye popping story regarding your medical records… Learn more about this here
  • Tom Champagne of St. Mary’s Bank, Matt Welch from the Monarchs & Mike Connell, coach of Trinity HS hockey, came in to talk about the Put Hunger On Ice initiative to collect non-perishable food items for the New Hampshire Food Bank.

Show Archive – January 29th, 2012

9 audio clips available
Guests and topics included:

  • Rich can’t believe what he saw on TV at the School Board meeting last night. West consolidating with Memorial and Central? The principal of West being terminated?! LISTEN! 
  • Plus, Dave in Bedford called in and took Rich head on in regards to zoning. Someone daring to call Rich Girard NOT conservative enough? Listen to find out. 
  • Our health professional, Dr. April Kosinski, came in for another edition of Your Health and Wellness, sponsored by East Coast Chiropractic. This week we’re talking about nutrition!
  • Our History Lady from the Manchester Historic Associationcame in for a little Manchester history. This week she’s telling us the Legend of Rock Rimmon. 
  • Dan Fawcett of Morgan Records Management could NOT make it in today, but we’ve got an eye popping story regarding your medical records… Learn more about this here
  • Tom Champagne of St. Mary’s Bank, Matt Welch from the Monarchs & Mike Connell, coach of Trinity HS hockey, came in to talk about the Put Hunger On Ice initiative to collect non-perishable food items for the New Hampshire Food Bank.
 

Hour Number One

Rich kicks off the show with today’s news report and Rich can’t believe what he saw on TV last night. West consolidating with Memorial and Central? The principal of West being terminated?! LISTEN!


Rich continues the discussion about West’s principal and the Right to Know request that he filed.
We kick things off with our Bad Weather Bureau, sponsored by Mount Zion Christian Schools, and then Karen Testerman called in to plug her upcoming Smart Girl Politics show. Afterwards, Dave in Bedford called in and took Rich head on in regards to zoning. Listen in!

 

Hour Number Two

We do our Bad Weather Bureau, sponsored by Mount Zion Christian Schools, and then Rich discusses last hour’s phone call with Dave in Bedford and Manchester schools/Brennan’s redistricting plan.

Dr. April Kosinski: Your Health and Wellness
Our health professional, Dr. April Kosinski, came in for another edition of Your Health and Wellness, sponsored by East Coast Chiropractic. This week we’re talking about nutrition!


Aurore Eaton: The History Lady

Our History Lady from the Manchester Historic Association came in for a little Manchester history. This week she’s telling us the Legend of Rock Rimmon.

 

Hour Number 3

Rich continues his discussion on the crazy happenings at last night’s School Board meeting. Does the public have a “right to know” what happened to the principal at West High School?

Dan Fawcett: The Government, Business, Technology and YOUR Privacy

Dan Fawcett of Morgan Records Management could NOT make it in today, but we’ve got an eye popping story regarding how your privacy is being compromised. This time it’s your medical records… Learn more about this here.

Mover and Shakers in Local Business: Put Hunger on Ice

Tom Champagne of St. Mary’s Bank, Matt Welch from the Monarchs & Mike Connell, coach of Trinity HS hockey, came in to talk about the Put Hunger On Ice initiative to collect non-perishable food items for the New Hampshire Food Bank.

 

 

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