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Part 2 of KSFR Reporter John Shannon’s three part interview with Rick Iannucci and Dr. Gordon Dveirin about the Compassionate Communities Initiative in Santa Fe. Today – The science and economy of compassion.

Santa Fe City Council candidate for District Four, Greg Scargall, visited KSFR’s Wake-Up Call this morning and spoke about his race for the Council with host Tom Trowbridge

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KSFR's Wake Up Call For January 16, 2018

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On today’s KSFR Wake-Up Call: Host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Santa Fe City Council candidate for district four, Greg Scargall. Also, KSFR’s John Shannon has part two of his talk with leaders of an effort to make Santa Fe a Compassionate Community.

At the State Capitol Monday, members of the New Mexico Senate Democratic Caucus chose Senator Mimi Stewart as their new Democratic Senate Majority Whip. Senator Stewart, who represents Senate District 17 in Albuquerque, served as a Representative in the House from 1995-2014 and has served in the Senate since 2015.  She replaces Senator Michael Padilla, also of Albuquerque, who was ousted over past settlements of sexual harassment charges. Stewart, in a statement said, quote: “I appreciate the confidence my fellow Senators have placed in me,” said Sen. Stewart.

Part 1 of KSFR Reporter John Shannon’s three part interview with Rick Iannucci and Dr. Gordon Dveirin about the Compassionate Communities Initiative in Santa Fe.

Monday morning on Wake-Up Call, host Tom Trowbridge spoke with Roman “Tiger” Abeyta, who is seeking to replace retiring Councilor Carmichael Dominguez in the March Municipal elections.

On Mondays….Wake-Up Call host Tom Trowbridge checks-in with reporter and columnist Steve Terrell of the New Mexican, reviewing the news of the previous week and look ahead to this week in a conversation recorded on Friday. Terrell says he spent a good portion of last week covering the rate increase proposed by Public Service Company of New Mexico that was before the state Public Regulation Commission.

KSFR's Wake Up Call For January 15, 2018

Jan 15, 2018

On today's (January 15, 2018) KSFR Wake-Up Call: Host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Santa Fe Candidate for City Council, District Three, Roman Abeyta; Also, we’ll hear from KSFR’s John Shannon with the first of three discussions about an effort to make Santa Fe a “compassionate” community." And Tom Trowbridge discusses last week's news and the week ahead with the New Mexican’s Steve Terrell.

Descartes Labs CEO Mark Johnson Eyes the Future

Jan 12, 2018

Descartes Labs is locating its World Headquarters in Santa Fe.  The city signed an economic development package this week that will renovate an existing facility to the company's needs.  CEO Mark Johnson tells KSFR's Ellen Lockyer about the data-gathering company's work, and why he has his eyes on the stars.

KSFR Talks With Regional Artist Denise Lynch

Jan 12, 2018
John Shannon

KSFR Reporter John Shannon speaks with regional artist Denise Lynch who’s primitive pre-contact inspired bowls are made from clay that she mines by hand.

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