Host Sue Deyoe has a studio conversation with the northern Valley’s newly-elected Mat-Su Borough Assembly Representative, Vern Halter. They talk about Talkeetna’s Riverfront Management Plan, and fisheries management. Vern gives some insight about his new role in Borough government. Audio runs about an hour.
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Four people involved in homeschooling in the area talk to host Sue Deyoe in the KTNA studio. We hear from student Charlie Allison, parent Rich Humm, and two people on the teaching and curriculum side, Shoo Salasky and Mindy Lindgren. The audio runs about an hour.
Sharon Montagnino, executive director of the Sunshine Community Health Center, CiCi Shoenberger, behavioral health specialist at SCHC, and Trooper Jacob Covey talk with host Sue Deyoe about the serious issue of domestic violence, and the help available. Audio runs 58 minutes.
For the first half hour, host Sue Deyoe talks with Chuck Jacobs, who does MSB maintenance for Willow and parts north, as well as Talkeetna water and sewer. MSB Parks and Rec man for the northern valley is next, that’s Ralph Naffziger.
Audio runs about 55 minutes.
Host Sue Deyoe talks with Mat-Su Borough candidates for assembly Vern Halter and Doyle Holmes about their opinions and thoughts on topics relevant to the Upper Susitna Valley.
Host Sue Deyoe talks with Mat-Su Borough Assembly Representative Tom Kluberton. They cover the sales tax possibility, school bond issues, funding for school maintenance, and roads.
Area public health nurse Jane Conard and school nurse Barbara Mercer update listeners on the swine flu and seasonal flu in Alaska. They talk about the different types of flu, how to do your part to help prevent spreading them, and give information on vaccines. Sue Deyoe hosts the show. Audio is about an hour.
Host Sue Deyoe talks to Mat-Su Borough Assembly Representative Tom Kluberton about the Borough budget, taxes, and future Borough projects.
National Guard Commissioner Craig Campbell, Mat-Su Emergency Services Manager Tom Smayda and local EMS Captain Tim Morgan talk about their agencies’ services, and how they coordinate with communities. They spoke with Sue Deyoe in a conversation which aired live from the KTNA studio.
Some of the resources listed in the show: Red Cross 357-6060; Mat Su Borough Emergency Service 373-8800; ww1.matsugov.us ; www.ready.gov and www.ready.alaska.gov