Good Morning with Dan Mitchell: Podcasts

Podcasts

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Arnie Arnesen

Arnie talks about “Living Room” presidential politics during her weekly visit.

GILSUM SCHOOL

Gilsum Steam Academy

Mellissa Devin and Karen Wheeler discuss the future of the Gilsum School and the possibility of converting it to a Charter School.

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Denise Mazzola, Ask The Trainer.

Animal behavior expert Denise mazzola answers listener question about training our puppies.

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Ruth Sterling from Let It Shine.

Ruth Sterling from Let It Shine and the Keene Pumpkin Festival addresses several issues still facing last years Fest’ and next years.

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Arnie Arnesen

Arnie talks about cuts to medicaid, deflate gate and a loss of honesty in politics.

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Congresswoman Ann Kuster.

N.H. Congresswoman Ann Kuster discusses the President’s State of the Union speech.

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Pumkin Festival 2015

Ruth Sterling, the event producer for the 2014 Pumpkin Festival answers questions from Dan Mitchell about paying the increased bill from the City of Keene for security and about next years proposed event.

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FRED BRUMANTE DISCUSSES 10,000 MENTORS EDUCATION PROGRAM.

Former N.H. Board of Education member, Fred Brumante, is working with Monadnock Regional High School on a new plan to incorporate mentors into the education process

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ARNIE ARNESEN

Arnie Arnesen talks about Presidential ploitics during her weekly visit.

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MOCO Arts presents Peter Pan this Saturday.

Marty Hennum, Artistic Director of Theatre at MOCO and Brooklyn Goller, a junior at KHS, invite listeners to watch Peter Pan at RAC at KSC this Saturday.

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TODAY’S MUST SEE: Babies going through tunnels

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You have to see these kids react to the magic of underground transportation.