Long time Tucsonan. Wondering where/when we lost our sense of direction as a city and community. Retired only because most businesses in the area seem…
Try "the Hill" after a summer "monsoon" rain. Higher humidity, much the same heat, and when you get to the top, EVERYTHING is covered with other-wordly crawling critters. Enough up there to not allow sleep, even after the hike!
Since they don't "play" in the ratings game...how does KUAZ AM/FM rank amongst the commercial stations? Any clue what sort of listenership they draw (other than during fundraising times)>
Seven paragraphs this week. Is that ALL?
I hope with the straight "92" designation, KFMA will avoid the trap of so many other stations in the market, being "point-LESS".
LIVE radio people reacting with a LIVE, LOCAL audience. Beats an out of town satellite feed, every time. I wish other stations would drop the syndicated crap, and get back to a basic tenet of radio programming: Know your audience!
It's nice that Scott can get election night numbers, when the folks COUNTING the numbers can't figure out how to do it. He's the successor to Bert Lee, no doubt.
First order of business for Scurran: Let's get rid of that "Falcons" label. Let's call the team "Storm"..
What about another COUNTY-WIDE race, between incumbent Recorder Ann Rodriguez and Bill Beard.
Why was THIS race ignored? Anyone who transfers real estate in Pima County deals with the Recorder's office, plus that other thing: Voter Registration, for which the Recorder's office is responsible.
Although it is generally lost near the bottom of the lengthy ballot, this is an office that needs to be given some light. The very basic right to vote hinges on people being properly registered to vote (well, historically, that was the case) and THIS is an office that deserves more than just a comment at the bottom of this article.
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