Kelly O’Connell will be the MC at the Community Discussion on Protecting the Organ Mountains. It happens Wednesday beginning at 6pm at the Farm and Ranch Museum and everybody is invited to attend. Rep. Steve Pierce will be there along with Gary Esslinger, Sheriff Garrison, Betty Bishop, Carol Cooper, Jerry Schickedanz and Bill Allen.
It was a morning for open discussion on “AM Las Cruces.” Tune in and join the conversation weekday mornings from 6 til 8 0n AM 1450 KOBE.
Start your day by stimulating your brain. Kelly O’Connell begins the discussion weekday mornings at 6 on AM 1450 KOBE.
Tiger Woods, Obamacare and chupacabras were among the topics discussed this morning with Kelly O’Connell. Join the conversation weekday mornings from 6 til 8 on AM 1450 KOBE.
Kelly O’Connell welcomed candidate for Magistrate Court Nelson Goodin as a guest this morning. Shake out those daylight saving cobwebs and join the conversation weekday mornings from 6 til 8 on AM 1450 KOBE.
It was two hours of open conversation Friday morning with Kelly O’Connell. Offer your opinions weekday mornings from 6 until 8 on AM 1450 KOBE.
County Commissioner Ben Rawson stopped by Thursday morning to talk with Kelly O’Connell. Offer your opinions weekday mornings between 6 and 8am on AM 1450 KOBE or text him anytime at 805-6180.
Attorney Joe Coronado talked with Kelly O’Connell this morning on “AM Las Cruces.” Join the discussion at 523-1450 from 6 til 9am on AM 1450 KOBE.
Kelly O’Connell thanks you for waking up with him weekday mornings on “AM Las Cruces.” Listen 6 til 8am on AM 1450 KOBE.
“SPEAK UP, LAS CRUCES!” AIRS 8-10 A.M. EACH WEEKDAY ON KOBE-AM 1450, co-hosted by Peter Goodman and Keith Whelpley – the on-air number to call is 523 1450!
MONDAY, 24 Feb.(with Steve Fischmann sitting in for co-host Keith Whelpley):
8:00 – Discussion of the recent legislative session and whatever else listeners bring up.
9:00 – Charlotte Rode: Ms. Rode, a Republican who was appointed to the State Fair Commission, testified recently concerning some extremely questionable activities with regard to The Downs at Albuquerque Deal, and will discuss some of the events and documents that raised her concerns. (Telephone interview.)
TUESDAY, 25 Feb.:
8 NAMI at NMSU: Pam Fields of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and students Yvonne Aguilar and Jennifer Greene discuss NAMI’s presence at NMSU — first in New Mexico and part of a nascent trend.
9 Martin Amador Campbell discusses Las Cruces: Mr. Campbell was born here when his family ran the Amador Hotel — which is now a historical landmark, while Martin’s observations on an earlier era in Las Cruces are highly interesting.
WEDNESDAY, 26 Feb.:
8 - Minimum Wage: City Councilor Olga Pedroza will be our guest to discuss the minimum wage and how the City Council should proceed concerning it.
9 – A Look into Cuba: Former City Councilor Sharon Thomas, just back from an exchange visit to Cuba, will discuss what she saw and experienced there.
THURSDAY, 27 Feb.:
8 – Merrie Lee Soules, Las Cruces resident and candidate for a seat on the PRC. The PRC’s decisions affect us all, but few of us know much about it. Ms. Soules does.
9 – Dave DuBois, State Climatologist, will discuss the drought in New Mexico. Dr. DuBois has discussed with various groups recently the best scientific views on the probable length and depth of the present drought, and we can hardly think of more important information for all of us who live here. City Councilor Gil Sorg, who has taken particular interest in the drought and relate4d water issues, will also join us, for what should be a highly informative discussion.
FRIDAY, 28 Feb. (ARTS FRIDAY – on Arts Friday Gallery Owners, Museum Curators, and Artists are invited to call in with brief reports about what’s on exhibit or soon will be):
8 – Carol McCall of the Mesilla Valley Film Society will discuss what’s going on at the newly-reopened Fountain Theater. (The films these folks show there are a valuable cultural resource in our county.)
9 – Steve Fischmann will call in from Santa Fe along with Paul Gessing of the free-market Rio Grande Foundation and other guests.
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