This Sunday, May 17th, join Steve Wohlers as he interviews Sweet Home High School’s 2009 valedictorians and salutatorians. They’ll be discussing their hopes, dreams, opinions and plans for the future. Listen in and gain some insight as to how the next generation thinks about the future.
Soon, KFIR will be airing Lars Larson’s national talk show. To get things kicked off, Steve Wohlers will interview Lars for a special edition of the KFIR Community Forum. Be sure to join in and get a sneak peek into the mind of Lars Larson and find out what’s in store!
KFIR welcomes Representative Sherrie Sprenger back to the Community Forum. Join Sherrie and Steve this Sunday for an update on this legislative session.
Kat Beal from the Army Corps of Engineers will join Steve Wohlers to talk about about a proposed marina for Foster Lake. Make sure to tune in and get the details!
Rick Alexander of the Lebanon School Board joins Steve Wohlers this Sunday for the KFIR Community Forum. Rick will discuss the end of the academy system, the new Lebanon High School principal and issues with the district budget.
Join Steve Wohlers for his discussion with Craig Martin regarding a proposed urban renewal district as part of the Sweet Home downtown revitalization project.
Join Steve Wohlers this Sunday as he interviews Kari Clark, director of “TIP” of Linn County. The Trauma Intervention Program provides victims of fire, accidents and other traumatic events with emotional first aid and practical support. Kari will discuss her group of volunteers and an upcoming training session for people interested in helping others.
Recently KFIR had the pleasure of putting tickets for the Obama inauguration into the hands of Corvallis resident Judy Fortmiller. For this Sunday’s Community Forum, Steve Wohlers gets the chance to interview Judy. Listen in to get a first hand perspective from someone who was on the ground at the inauguration.
Judy sent us this photo and says, “this was taken at Peter DeFazio’s office on Monday, January 19th. We received the tickets you got for us there. What an exciting day!”
Jay Burcham, an Albany based metals dealer, joins Steve Wohlers to discuss the proposed legislation to combat metal theft. Such legislation may require metal dealers to retain details of all metal sales, similar to the way gun retailers are regulated. This could include photos of sellers and possibly a waiting period of 3 or 10 days to complete the sale.
Firefighters from all over the west coast will be gathering this weekend in Salem. The 2nd Annual Firefighter Safety & Survival Symposium kicks off today, Friday the 9th. Join KFIR’s Steve Wohlers as he interviews Troy Buzalsky and Sam Phillips to discuss this year’s Symposium, themed “The Art of Survival”.