The player above contains Su-Valley Voice for July 16th, 2014. My guests were Joe Page, Executive Director of Northern Susitna Institute, and Larry Hutton, Program Coordinator for NSI. We discussed what’s going on at NSI this summer, including a discussion about the upcoming Key Ingredients Festival, which begins August 1st. The next live Su-Valley Voice will be Wednesday, July 30th at 10:00 am.
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Below is the recording of Su-Valley Voice with Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project Manager Wayne Dyok. Topics of discussion included the status of the project as well as calls from listeners. The next Su-Valley Voice will be Wednesday, July 16th at 10:00 am.
Below is the audio from Su-Valley Voice on June 18th, 2014. Host Phillip Manning spoke with Talkeetna Chamber of Commerce President Beth Valentine about the state of the tourism industry in the Upper Valley, and the ups and downs that brings with it. The next Su-Valley Voice will be on July 2nd with Wayne Dyok, Project Manager for the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.
This week on Su-Valley voice, host Phillip Manning sat down with John Leonard, South District Ranger for Denali National Park, and Roger Robinson, Mountaineering Ranger for Denali National Park to discuss all things Denali. Su-Valley Voice airs live every-other Wednesday at 10:00 am. On May 7th, Phillip will be discussing borough issues with Assembly Member Vern Halter.
Su Valley Voice, KTNA’s public affairs program, is back on the air, every other Wednesday. Today’s conversation is with Shelis Jorgensen, Medical Director for Sunshine Community Health Center, and Cici Shoenberger, Behavioral Health Specialist. They talk about alcohol dependency and abuse awareness for the first half hour, and current services at the SCHC Clinics the second half hour. Phillip Manning hosts.
On this edition of Su Valley Voice, KTNA’s public affairs program, the topic is the abuse of vulnerable adults: the elderly and mentally ill. Guests are Cici Schoenberger, Behavior Health Specialist at Sunshine Community Health Center, Brenda Mahlatini, Adult Protective Services Manager for the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, and victims’ advocate Jayme Spires.
Flood, earthquake, wildfire – are you prepared for emergencies? Is our community? This is the topic of this week’s Susitna Valley Voice. The program started with a quick update on the springtime flood risk of the local rivers, and then turned to guests Casey Cook and Bea Adler from the Matanuska Susitna Borough Emergency Services Department to talk about personal and community emergency preparedness. Local business owner Jenny Krepel was also in the studio to discuss the local “Gear Up” campaign. Charlie Loeb hosts.
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KTNA’s Lorien Nettleton talks with behavior health specialist Ceci Schoenberger and intern Jayme Spires about domestic abuse in our communities. The hour of audio is divided into three parts.
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KTNA’s Lorien Nettleton has a conversation with Sharon Cissna, a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. The hour on-air is in 20 minute segments.