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May 4, 2019
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7:00 AM | ARIZONA HOUR!

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Talking with the new Director Of Arizona State Parks Bob Broscheid and Michelle Thompson.  Bob talks about his background with Arizona Game And Fish and Director of Colorado State Parks.

Bob explains the many opportunities and amentities the state parks have to offer and some of the challenges in construction and designing parks for different activities.

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Julie from The Arizona Farm Bureau and Tim Dunn of Dunn Grain Company in Yuma.  May is National Beef Month.  So we're talking BBQ!

Tim's farm grows grain and exports various types of beans.  He's a State Represenative and a Competitive Barbequing who competes in various BBQ events.

Tim explains his background, how he got started in competitive BBQing and the prep work he does before each event from equipment to meat preping.

Tim is in to speciality crops like black eye peas, durum wheat, sesame seeds.  Including special wheat for matzo and other Jewish foods for holidays.  Keeping it kosher takes a special process.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Discussion of the construction labor shortage.  Getting the next generation interested in the trades.  Especially after getting your high school diploma.  The job opportunities are many with great pay.

CALLER:  A Rosie listener moving to Grand Juction, CO.  Rosie has a special connection to that town and they talk about it.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Romey's appreciation of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture.  Rosie's tells the story of his fishing trip to Louisiana!

Talking about remodeling and the cost of it.  Rosie's process starting with a real conversation of what you're wanting to accomplish with the remodel.  And the real cost!

If the homeowner has equity, it generates remodeling projects.  Rosie explains.

Can You Recover Remodeling Costs When You Sell Your House? (running time 7-11PM)

All Arizona Hour Driven By Sanderson FordOur guest this week is the new Director of Arizona State Parks Robert Broscheid! He’ll talk about his extensive background as well as his vision to protect our natural parks, and promote recreation at the best parks in the country. Sponsored by our friends at Sanderson Ford

Outdoor Living Hour – Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm BureauNot many folks realize that agriculture is a $23.3 Billion industry in Arizona! Pigs contribute $48 Million, Cattle: $677 Million, and Milk: $721 Million.It’s the first weekend of the month and you know what that means! We’ll be talking with Julie of the Arizona Farm Bureau along with Tim Dunn of Dunn Grain Company. | #Barbecue
  

 
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
Weekly To-Do Topic: #RoofInspection | With Monsoon Season rapidly approaching, now’s the time to get your roof inspected to prevent untimely accidents.
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On the House Hour: Can You Recover Remodeling Costs When You Sell Your House? You’ve finally decided to remodel the kitchen including ripping out cabinets and walls… The price tag for this upscale remodel looks astonishing, but after all, when you sell, you’ll get a big chunk of money back – or will you? Every year since 2002, Remodeling magazine has done a report comparing the cost of most current remodels to how much the investment will improve a home’s resale value. In other words the report estimates how much money a homeowner…
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