Tag Archives: Health

Saturday Morning Live for Nov. 11, 2017

Host Kris Halterman will interview Enoch J. Ledet, about the issues facing Whatcom County to comply with the Dept. of Ecology’s mandates regarding TMDL (total maximum daily load), phosphorus loading, how the county is currently treating pollutants, and how best these issues can best be addressed. Correction: I repeatedly used the word turbidity which should have been turbulence. I wish to apologize for any confusion this might have caused. Abbreviated Vitae for EJ Ledet: BA in Biology (70 -UNO), and MS in Biochemistry (72- UNO), and Over 30hrs towards a PhD in Biochemistry (72-74). I worked as a graduate assistant from 1970-74 for the College of Sciences, University of New Orleans in Biochemistry.      Whatcom County Flood Zone Financial Data:     

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Saturday Morning Live for Nov. 4, 2017

Guest Host Mary Beth Teigrob will be talking to farmers and the audience about Farm Plans…are these good for farming in Whatcom County?

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Saturday Morning Live for Oct. 7, 2017

Host Kris Halterman will interview Whatcom County Council Candidates: Clean Phil Morgan, Councilmember Rud Browne, and Mary Kay Robinson, on their vision and concerns for the future and other current issues.

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Saturday Morning Live for Sept. 23, 2017

Host Kris Halterman discusses the recently released Whatcom County Wildlife Advisory Report with Ed Kilduff. How does this report and its recommendations benefit or threaten the already precarious property rights of Whatcom County residents?    

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Saturday Morning Live for Sept. 16, 2017

Host Kris Halterman talks to Guy Occhigrosso, CEO and President of the Bellingham / Whatcom County Chamber of Commerce, about what it means to Live, Work, and Play, in Whatcom County, Skagit County, or any home town? What makes people so passionate to live in their community and what’s the recipe for success?    

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Congratulations Democrats … Obamacare Killed Another Great Insurance Plan!

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Local financial expert and charitable organization manager, Dr. Bob Patton shares his frustration with the state of private health insurance (Obamacare). Bob tells it like it is and everyone who is in the same boat understands exactly what he means. This post was password protected until the author gave final approval for it’s publication. ~ LR Congratulations! Senators Murray, Cantwell and Representative Larsen!!!  You have helped to save Obamacare, the most damaging health law ever forced on the American working class. We still have 46 full-time working families without our once great EMPLOYER PAID HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN, because you Democrats made it illegal under Obamacare. You brag about now insuring a few million people; the many healthy, young people who did not want to buy insurance.  However, you forget to recognize the tens-of-million working Americans who once had great insurance through EMPLOYER PAID HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS that you have now made illegal.  In the meantime you have arranged through a special District of Corruption Health Insurance Exchange, to have you and your staff covered under the same EMPLOYER PAID HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS that you made illegal for everyone except Congress.  You guys are just a bunch of parasites living off working …

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Saturday Morning Live for Sept. 9, 2017

The wrap up. SML Host, Kris Halterman interviews Will Honea, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Skagit County, about the outcome of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community’s constitutional amendments which sought to expand the reservation boundaries in Skagit County. Will shares observations about this experience.    

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The Costs of Non-Native Predatory Species In Your Community Endangers Food Safety

Last November, Steve McLaughlin ran unsuccessfully for the office of Public Lands Commissioner for Washington State. Since that time he has kept a close eye on how our public lands are being managed and whether the residents living nearby are being affected either positively or negatively by state land policies. Steve is an avid outdoors man who understands the eco-relationship between man and nature. One of the top issues being closely monitored by Washington State ranchers, the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Fish and Wildlife, are the newly reintroduced, non-native wolf packs from the Montana area. They have watched as they populated across Montana, Idaho and now Washington. Why? Because the issue is one of people and food safety with broad economic impacts here in the State of Washington and across the nation. The Economic Effect of Wolf Predation on Rural Communities On Tuesday August 24, two calves were discovered in the Sherman Peak area on a federal grazing allotment that were killed by wolves.  This brings this season’s total to 9 calves killed or maimed by these predators.  To most, nine calf kills would not raise an eyebrow to anyone but the ranching family.  But the economic impacts …

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Saturday Morning Live for Aug. 19, 2017

Guest Host Hans Erchinger-Davis, Executive Director of the Lighthouse Mission Ministries will interview Chaplain Aaron Speyer and New Life Program graduate, Kevin about the work done at the Lighthouse Mission Ministries to restore peoples lives.         Saturday Morning Live Podcast – August 19, 2017: Exec. Director, Hans Erchinger-Davis talks to Chaplain Aaron Speyer and New Live Program graduate Kevin about the services at The Lighthouse Mission Ministries and how they continue to affect the lives of the homeless in our community. Whatcom Report Podcast – August 20, 2017: Wes Herman of Woods Coffee and Exec. Director, Hans Erchinger-Davis, discuss the mission of The Lighthouse Mission Ministries and how they are moving forward to help relieve homelessness with their expanded Drop in Center services.

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Saturday Morning Live for July 29, 2017

Host Kris Halterman discusses the failure of Congress to repeal Obamacare and restore the doctor-patient relationship with Dr. Roger Stark, Healthcare Policy Analyst at the Washington Policy Center on today’s show.    

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