Four Corners Regional Airport Manager Mike Lewis discusses the recently completed runway work and discussions to bring commercial air service back to the airport this Fall.
First Tee of San Juan County Executive Director Tina Pacheco-White discusses the program and opportunities for local children and teens. First Tee member Mari Caldwell discusses her selection to attend the First Tee Leadership Academy and First Tee member River Smalley discusses his selection to play in the PGA Tour Champions Event.
Tonya Stinson, Executive Director of the Farmington Convention & Visitor's Bureau, discusses the upcoming tourism season, outdoor summer theater. Freedom Days and the new ORII: Outdoor Recreation Industry Initiative to bring new business and support exisiting companies.
This week on Write On Four Corners author Paul Reed, a Preservation Archeologist, discusses his book The Puebloan Society of Chaco Canyon. In our conversation he talks about the threat to ruins such as Chaco, and the relationship of Salmon Ruins and Aztec Ruins to the site. Paul is coming out with another book in the fall.
This week on Write On Four Corners we are joined by former San Juan College Library Director, Louise Hoffman. After her retirement, she joined the Peace Corps and spent her time in Bulgaria. In her book, Seven Hours to Sofia, she talks about that experience, which is written as journal entries and letters.
This week our cinema geeks review Kevin Costner in an ode to Baseball and 20th Century America, Field of Dreams, move across the pond to the bittersweet nostalgia of Owen Wilson filling in for Woody Allen in Midnight in Paris, and finish with out in theatres now, Guillermo Del Toro's Cold War monster movie, The Shape of Water.