This week on Su-Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning was joined by three members of “The Old Iditarod Gang:” Joe May, Raine Hall, and Tim Jones. They, along with many others, contributed to the new book Iditarod: The First Ten Years. The show included stories, information about the book, and discussion of the early days of the Iditarod. More information on Iditarod: The First Ten Years is available at the book’s website.
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This week on Su-Valley Voice, host Phillip Manning spoke with past and present organizers of the Oosik Classic Ski Race, which is held in Talkeetna each March.
The next live broadcast of Su-Valley Voice will be on Wednesday, March 4th, at 10:00 am. The discussion will be about the new book, Iditarod: The First Ten Years, with some of the “Old Iditarod Gang” joining host Phillip Manning in the studio.
Attached is the entire recording of Su-Valley Voice for this week. The discussion covered the Talkeetna Historical Society and preparations for Talkeetna’s centennial in 2016. The next Su-Valley Voice will broadcast live at 10:00 am on Wednesday, January 21st.
Attached is the recording of Su-Valley Voice for Wednesday, December 24th, 2014. My guest was my mother, Andi Manning. We invited listeners to call in and share their holiday wishes. Su-Valley Voice will re-broadcast on Christmas Day at noon.
Attached is the entire interview with Mat-Su Borough Assembly Member Vern Halter. Topics included borough priorities, recent and upcoming ordinances, and state funding priorities. The next live Su-Valley Voice will be on December 10th at 10:00 am with Sue Deyoe of the Talkeetna Historical Society.
Here is this week’s Su Valley Voice in its entirety. My guest was Warren Keogh, independent candidate for Senate Seat E.
Above is the audio from today’s Su Valley Voice. This week’s guests were Shelis Jorgensen, Medical Director of the Sunshine Community Health Center, John Knutson with Health Quest therapy, and Rene` Dillow from the Division of Public Health. Contact information given during the show is listed below. (more…)
On October 8th, Su Valley Voice host Phillip Manning spoke with State Senator Mike Dunleavy. They discussed issues facing the state as well as Dunleavy’s campaign to be re-elected. The next Su Valley Voice will be on October 15th at 10:00 am with guest Shelis Jorgensen, Medical Director at Sunshine Community Health Center.
This week, host Phillip Manning spoke with State Representative Wes Keller, who is running for re-election on November 4th. The next live taping of Su Valley Voice will be on Wednesday, October 8th at 10:00 am with State Senator Mike Dunleavy.