Lorraine chats with guests around town about local happenings and history.  Second half of show is dedicated to covering issues related to the most recent council meeting.

Program Genre: 
  • Wednesday 3-4pm
  • Friday 4-5pm
  • Interviews with Fall Fair participants from Fall Fair 75th year: Anita Tomier, Phyllis Davidson, Elizabeth Johnson, D

  • Interviews

    Tony Harris

    Bill Price

    Steven Nomura

    Robert Greavis

  • Interview with Grant Harris. Music: winter wonderland and older ladies anthem

  • Old time music

    Council Briefs: discussion on wood stoves

  • Interview with Geneva Wiseman, living on Southside and involved with the Southside WI

  • Discussion on various topics

    Coundil Briefs from March 14, 2917 Discussion on Downtown Landscape re-design

  • talk on Prince Rupert on VIA Rail. Upcoming Friends Book Sale

  • Interview with Steve White

    No Council Briefs

  • interview with Allison Weiss who practices intuitive chanting

  • Interview with Toby Moisey, played Romance for Viola, Maxine Bruch comoiser, Judith Souman, Rosemar Thomson

  • Christine Tessier SOAR interview

    Council Briefs: Comments from Chief Stecko

  • Porch Talk- interview with Emmerenne Saefkow from Frozen North.

  • Read Womens' story from the Kettle River District

  • Womens' Institute Triennial, two interviews

    Council Briefs: 1.  Fire department

  • interview with Leah Germain with the Northern Saddle Club. 1964 - 2017 = 53 years.

  • no interview this day

    Council Briefs water restriction bylaw 1811

  • Interview with Fred Brine, talking about his collections

  • Interview with Sharon Estabrook

    Council Briefs Discussion on Fair Grounds Attendant

  • General discussion on events

    Council Briefs: discussion on the Old Church Garden

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