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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 12:30p-1p 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.

2/24/17 – Sister Joy Peterson and Sister Diane Rapozo – Coalition Against Human Trafficking; and Danielle Peterson – United Way Event

2/23/17 – Julie Kirkus – Eating Well/Living Well

2/22/17 – Carol Trueg, Chief Administrator – Holy Family Schools

2/21/17 – Mayor Roy Buol – City of Dubuque Issues

2/20/17 – Iowa Congressman Rod Blum – Federal Issues

2/17/17 – Tim Trenkle, Dubuque Author – New Books

2/16/17 – Judy Haley Giesen, Church of the Resurrection’s Green Team and Rev. Robert C. Armstrong from St. Luke’s UMC Green Team and Dr. David Magnano – Heartburn, Causes and Cures

2/15/17 – Kelly Heysinger, Co-Owner – Unified Therapy of Dubuque

2/14/17 – Stan Rheingans, Superintendent – Dubuque Community School District Issues

2/13/17 – State Representative Shannon Lundgren – Iowa Legislative Issues

2/10/17 – Iowa Congressman Rod Blum – Federal Issues

2/9/17 – Matt Jaeger, Bellevue Social Studies Teacher – New “Big” Program at the Bellevue Schools

2/8/17 – Orly Wahba, Author – New book “Kindness Boomerang: How to Save the World (and Yourself) Through 365 Daily Acts”

2/7/17 – Mayor Roy Buol – City of Dubuque Issues

2/6/17 – Michael Heeren, Heeren & Associates – Latest in Home Technology from the Consumer Electronics Show

2/3/17 – Sam Mulgrew – New Melleray Abbey and Trappist Caskets

2/2/17 – Jodi Federspiel, Senior Community Manager for the American Cancer Society – Relay for Life

2/1/17 – Dr. David Krugler, Author and History Professor at UW Platteville – Spy Thriller Novel, “The Dead Don’t Bleed”

1/31/17 – Tom Robbins, Executive Director – Upcoming Events at the Heritage Center at the University of Dubuque

1/30/17 – Pam Shaw, District Manager of the Dubuque Social Security Office – Social Security Issues

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1/27/17 – Keith Gutierrez, President; Sean Carter, Brewmaster; and Chef Tim Conklin – 7 Hills Brewing Company

1/26/17 – Iowa Congressman Rod Blum – Federal Issues

1/25/17 – Carol Trueg, Chief Administrator – Holy Family Schools

1/24/17 – Hannah Brehm, Executive Director of Dubuque County Right to Life and Art Gilloon, Board Member – Right to Life Issues

1/23/17 – Iowa Senator Charles Grassley – Federal Issues

1/20/17 – Mayor Pro-tem Kevin Lynch – City of Dubuque Issues

1/19/17 – Mayor Jim Adams – City of Asbury Issues

1/18/17 – Danielle Peterson – United Way and Casey Klein – Update on Set Free

1/17/17 – Jennifer Smith, Chair Dubuque County Republican Party – New Presidential Administration

1/16/17 – Steve Goreham, Author and Climate Analyst – Climate Change

1/13/17 – Keith Rahe, Dubuque Convention and Visitors Bureau – Dubuque Tourism

1/12/17 – Randy Rennison, Executive Director of the Dubuque County Commission of Veterans Affairs – Veterans Issues

1/11/17 – State Senator Tod Bowman – Opening of the Iowa Legislative Session

1/10/17 – Mike Donohue, School Board President – Dubuque Community School Board Issues

1/9/17 – Mary Rose Corrigan, City of Dubuque Public Health Specialist – Radon

1/6/17 – Mayor Roy Buol – City of Dubuque Issues

1/5/17 – Stephanie Kocer, Marketing Director for the Games – Iowa Special Olympics Winter Games

1/4/17 – State Representative Shannon Lundgren – Upcoming Iowa Legislative Session

1/3/17 – Stuart Harris, Writer – New Book, The Northeast Quarter

1/2/17 – Major Kay Mason – Wrap-up of the Dubuque Salvation Army Kettle Appeal and Neal Patten – Upcoming Programs at the Shalom Retreat Center

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