Local tow-trucker James Merkley comes back onto the show to discuss the next round of the Road to Rockin' River Competition. We voted him in, and now it's up to him! See him perform live at Cascades Casino in Kamloops on May 10th in his quest to make it to the big stage.
Local tow-truck driver James Merkley joins Jesse on The Afternoon to discuss his entry into the Road to Rockin' River contest. He spends his days singing while he works, and on a whim he decided to enter the contest with a video! Let's see if we can give him some home-town love! To check out the video and to vote for him, click on the link: woobox.com/q9knhf
On her final day as Lieutenant Governor, Honourable Judith Guichon joins Corey on the phone to talk about her Merritt past, what her plans are for retirement, and what's her go-to song on the flute!
An atmospheric scientist for over 50 years, these days Geoff Strong writes science fiction novels about climate change. His latest novel brings him to Merritt to research the Nicola Valley, and he will be speaking at the Library on Tuesday (April 10) at 11am.
Geoff joined Corey Monday morning.
Henry Cleghorn joins Jesse to discuss winning Top Goal Call 2017-18! His time as a Cent is also up so we talk about his favourite Centennial Memory, and what's next for number 13.
Merritt RCMP Staff Sergeant Sheila White joins Corey on her last day at the Merritt detachment to discuss her past, future, and what sort of hijinx goes on behind closed doors...
Rockin' River Music Fest president Kenny Hess joins Corey to chat about the newly expanded campgrounds, the talent competition Road To Rockin' River, and Kenny has a message for Merritt!
Marina joins Jesse on The Afternoon to discuss the Ty Pozzobon memorial sculpture, the differences between carving an animal vs. carving a human, and when we can expect to see the big reveal.
Marlene Jones from the Community Policing Office drops in to discuss email fraud, during Fraud Prevention Month.