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Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri-States is a 30 minute public affairs program heard daily Mon-Fri from 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm featuring local, state, and national news makers and hosted by Cindy Kohlmann. Voices of the Tri-States addresses the issues and topics of the day in a listener friendly way.  You are invited to call in at 563-690-1370 or 1-800-422-5384 to ask questions of our guests.

Do you have an idea for a show? Contact Cindy at ckohlmann@radiodubuque.com or at 563-690-0800.

7/20/18 – Rebecca Coffee, Author – New Book “Science & Lust”

7/19/18 – Brian Lewis, Researcher – Brain Health and New Ways to Treat Brain Diseases and Bev Wagner, Dubuque Metropolitan Solid Waste Agency – Electronic Recycling

7/18/18 – Dr. Larry Trannel, Dubuque County ISU Extension Specialist – Dairy Economy

7/17/18 – Nicholas Hockenberry, Director and David Heiar, Senior Advisor – Jackson County Economic Alliance

7/16/18 – John Pregler, Local Historian – Abraham Lincoln’s Visit to Dubuque

7/13/18 – Ray Kruse, Food System Program Coordinator with Dubuque County ISU Extension office and Master Gardners – Gardening and Plant Issues

7/12/18 – Tom Robbins, Executive Director – Upcoming Year at the Heritage Center at the University of Dubuque

7/11/18 – Michelle Cox, Author and Former East Dubuque Resident – Latest Book in the Hennrietta and Inspector Howard Series

7/10/18 – State Senator Tod Bowman – Iowa Legislative Update

7/9/18 – HR Cook, General Manager – Dubuque Five Flags Civic Center

7/6/18 – Taras Nahirniak, Show Producer – Kids From Wisconsin and Dr. Dennis Clayson, University of Northern Iowa Professor – Cultural Extremists

7/5/18 – Brent Hanifl, Director of LaCrosse County Convention and Vistors Bureau – Summer Travel in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and Bev Wagner, Education & Communication Coordinator for Dubuque Metropolitan Area Solid Waste Agency and Loras College – Electronics Recycling

7/4/18 – No Show – Happy Independence Day!

7/3/18 – Mayor Roy Buol – City of Dubuque Issues

7/2/18 – Dr. Call Ingram – Natural Cures and Tom Kretchman – Southwest Technical College (Activities and Criminal Justice Program)

6/29/18 – Pam Shaw, District Manager of the Dubuque Social Security Office – Social Security Issues

6/28/18 – Ed Raber, the Greater Dubuque Development Corporation – True North Development in Dubuque

6/27/18 – Jon Dienst and Nate Keiffer From the Engineering Department – New Roundabout Construction in Dubuque

6/26/18 – Dale Winter, Coin Shop – Collectibles

6/25/18 – Iowa Senator Charles Grassley – Federal Issues

6/22/18 – Jeff Paulson, Owner – Paulson Products of Dubuque

6/21/18 – Marie Ware, Manager – City of Dubuque Leisure Services

6/20/18 – Megan Kaiser, Manager at Prairie Ridge – Alzheimer’s Fundraiser at Prairie Ridge of Galena

6/19/18 – Mayor Pro Tem Ric Jones – City of Dubuque Issues

6/18/18 – Rod Tschiggfrie and Michael Heeren – Sorceress Racing Vehicle

6/15/18 – Jay Wickham, Dubuque County Board of Supervisors Chair – Dubuque County Issues

6/14/18 – Randy Rennison, Executive Director of the Dubuque County Commission of Veterans Affairs – Veterans Issues

6/13/18 – Larry Tranel, Dairy Specialist with ISU Extension and Outreach – Dairy Month and Dairy Industry Update

6/12/18 – Tami Ryan, School Board President – Dubuque Community Schools Issues

6/11/18 – Master Gardeners and Ray Kruse Food Systems Program Coordinator for the Dubuque County ISU Extension Office – Tour of Gardens

6/8/18 – Governor Kim Reynolds – Iowa’s Governor Race and Luke Shaffer, Wahlert Graduate and Recipient – Global Perspectives Leadership Award

6/7/18 – Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson – Federal Issues

6/6/18 – John Pregler, Dubuque Historian – Native American History in the Tri-States

6/5/18 – Mayor Roy Buol – City of Dubuque Issues

6/4/18 – Julie Kronlage, Vice President of Sales for Travel Dubuque – Convention/Meeting Travel in Dubuque

6/1/18 – Tim Moothart, Chair – Dubuque Coalition for Nonviolence and Iowa House District 99 Candidate Pauline Chilton

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