Broadcast Square audio archives July 20 to 31, 2020

Brock Kappelmann - August 1, 2020 10:06 am

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of July 20 to 24, 2020.

Monday, July 20: Alisha Owens of Hugoton Chamber of Commerce, on the Hugoton Fair Day on the Fourth, and on the Stevens County Fair next week.

Tuesday, July 21: JuliAnn Graham of TCEC, on summertime energy use and on Operation Roundup to benefit first responders with rounded-up utility payments.

Wednesday, July 22: 480 Focus with Superintendent Renae Hickert.

Thursday, July 23: Tony Martin of Stevens County Fair, on fair activities next week.

Friday, July 24: Ron Hornig of Wild West District Extension, on area county fairs and on Extension services available.


You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of July 27 to 31, 2020.

Monday, July 27: Darlene Ford of Liberal Senior Center, on meals available again, and services available during partial re-open.

Tuesday, July 28: Ronna Stump of Liberal Rec Dept., on signups and events, and the open house with KSCB summer promotion from the new south Rec Center on Friday evening.

Wednesday, July 29: Steve Helm of Liberal, on his candidacy for the 5th District Seward County Commission.

Thursday, July 30: Luke Dowell and Phil Lee of SCCC, on academic affairs and on the fall semester.

Friday, July 31: Two separate guests: Former Kansas Governor Mark Colyer, on rural health care, and his support of Tracey Mann; candidate Tracey Mann, on his campaign for the US House of Representatives in the First District of Kansas.


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