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Broadcast Square audio archives July 12 to 30, 2021

Brock Kappelmann - August 13, 2021 4:20 pm

After several weeks off, KSCB is now once again posting audio archives.  You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of July 12 to 16, 2021.  Scroll down for audio and descriptions for the week of July 19 to 23 and the week of July 26 to 30.

Monday, July 12: Norma Jean Dodge of SCCC Business and Industry, on offerings this summer and fall.

Tuesday, July 13: Clarissa Carrillo, Julie Foster, and Diana Villarreal, on the Genesis Family Health school supplies drive.

Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 15: no audio today.

Friday, July 16: Jessica Malin of Liberal Memorial Library, on the library’s new book van, and upcoming events and activities.

Monday, July 19: Alisha Owens of Hugoton Chamber of Commerce, on the Gas Capital Triathlon, High Plains Music Fest, and other upcoming events.

Tuesday, July 20: Chris Purdy of TCEC, on Operation Roundup donations and upcoming district elections.

Wednesday, July 21: Tyler Prater of LEAD, formerly Leadership Liberal, on its leadership events open to the public by reservation July 26.

Thursday, July 22: Tony Martin, on the 2021 Stevens County Fair.

Friday, July 23: Kylie Harrison of Wild West District Extension, on county fairs and other upcoming events.

Monday, July 26: LHS Drama coach Micah Howery, with students Adolfo Almaraz, Stephanie Cruse, and Luis Rivera, on this weekend’s staging of An Actor’s Nightmare.

Tuesday, July 27: Raquel Bryant and Allisha Highberger of Southwest Medical Center, on the ICU and on employment opportunities at the hospital.

Wednesday, July 28: Travis Martinez of Liberal Rec Dept., on the temporary Covid-related closure of the water park and pool, and summer and fall activities and signups.

Thursday, July 29: No audio today.

Friday, July 30: Kay Burtzloff and Debra Huddleston, on the Liberal Area Coalition for Families including its student backpack giveaway, and the Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.


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