T-Wolf Talk

T-Wolf Talk is Rev 89’s Public Affairs show which covers issues that affect CSU-Pueblo and the Pueblo Community. These issues range from public service announcements to behaviors that plagues or lifts the community up. Send topic suggestions to info@revolution89.com.

Parkview Opts Out of Medical Assisted Death

Vice President of Medical Affairs at Parkview Medical Center Dr. Steven Nafziger spoke about the hospital’s decision to opt out of Proposition 106 the Colorado End of Life Options Act. St. Mary Corwin also opted out, but were unavailable for interview. Dr. Nafziger also discussed the impact Obamacare has had on Parkview and how it is prepared for changing legislation.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: March 5, 2017 07:00 AM MT

Suicide Prevention Awareness

Director of Behavioral Health at Pueblo Community Health Center Cindy Jimenez joined us to discuss the many factors that lead to suicide as well as ways to prevent it. This discussion came in light of a recent cluster of youth suicides in the Southern Colorado area.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Feb. 26, 2017 07:00 AM MT

PHEF Scholarships

Beverly Duran, executive director of Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation, sat down to discuss various scholarship opportunities available through the organization. Scholarships range in eligibility and reward. One of the scholarships is the direct result of taxes on marijuana sales.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Feb. 19, 2017 07:00 AM MT

Institute of Cannabis Research

Jen Mullin joined us to talk about the newly formed Institute of Cannabis Reasearch at CSU-Pueblo. We discussed what the institute was doing, how it came to CSU-Pueblo, what the research would be, what it could mean for the community and the school, as well as other issues regarding the legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Dec. 11, 2016 07:00 AM MT

Pueblo County Health Department Talks Influenza

Health Department joined us to discussed ways to prevent getting the flu, some myths and facts regarding the flu, and the Pueblo Health Departments role in regards to this issue.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Nov. 13, 2016 07:30 AM MT

Pueblo County Clerk Talks 2016 Ballot

Gilbert Ortiz joined us to breakdown the 2016 ballot issues as they affect Pueblo and the state of Colorado. Issues were discussed from a nonpartisan view point.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Nov. 6, 2016 07:00 PM MT

Pueblo County Health Department Talks Food Safety

Pueblo County Health Department discusses proper food safety in regards to the Holiday season. The correct way to handle food throughout the process of preparation, cooking and cleaning is discussed.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 30, 2016 07:05 AM MT

Pueblo United Way

Andrea Aragon with the Pueblo United Way joined us to discuss what the program does to help individuals and organizations in the community. We discussed the mentoring program, a tax audit program as well as fundraising efforts by the organization which it then gives to those in need.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 23, 2016 07:05 AM MT

American Civil Liberties Union Speaker:

Kathleen Hynes joined us to discuss the “Know Your Rights” training taking place on Oct. 20, 2016 as well as other work that the ACLU does. We discussed civil rights ranging from protection against discrimination, juvenile solitary confinement and what to do if stopped by law enforcement. More information can be found at ACLU website.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 16, 2016 07:05 AM MT

CSU-Pueblo Give Day:

Nick Potter from the CSU-Pueblo Foundation office came in to speak about the first annual Give Day and what it means for donors and students.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 13, 2016 09:00 AM MT

Health Education at CSU-Pueblo:

President & CEO of Parkview Medical Center Mike Baxter sat down with us to discuss the donation to CSU-Pueblo, the nursing shortage plaguing the world, and health care in the Pueblo community.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 9, 2016 07:05 AM MT

Joe Franta, interim associate dean of nursing at CSU-Pueblo, spoke to us about how the department will be expanding because of the donation from Parkview. We also discuss the nursing shortage and what the nursing program has to offer students.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 9, 2016 07:30 AM Mt

National Preparedness/Fire Prevention Month:

American Red Cross Public Information Officer Bill Fortune sat down with us to talk about the month of September as National Preparedness Month and what you can do to prepare for when disaster hits. We also talked about Fire Prevention Month in October and what the Red Cross is doing to prevent home fires.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Oct. 2, 2016 07:05 AM MT

Pueblo’s Combat Against Opioid Addiction:

Zeke Knocks, chief of the drug enforcement task force, spoke with us about the growing epidemic around the nation regarding opioid and heroin abuse. She talked about the collaboration between the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration to create the “Chasing the Dragon” documentary showing the life of a drug addict. You can watch the complete documentary by clicking this link. Chasing the Dragon
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Sept. 25, 2016 07:05 AM MT

Lindsay Reeves, community engagement director for Pueblo Triple Aim, also met with us to discuss what local organizations are doing to stop the spread of drug addiction in Pueblo. We talked about the Pueblo Heroin Task Force and what it is doing for the future of the community.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Sept. 25, 2016 07:20 AM MT

On the Move Campaign Conclusion:

Todd Kelly, CEO of the CSU-Pueblo Foundation, joined us in the studio to discuss the success of the foundation’s $25 million campaign.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Sept. 18, 2016 07:30 AM MT

Upcoming Ballot Measure:

Rod Slyhoff, President & CEO of Greater Pueblo Chamber, spoke with us about a ballot issue for the November 2016 ballot. The ballot measure would repurpose money to improve transportation and other aspects of the Pueblo community.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Aug. 30, 2016 09:30 AM MT

Colorado State Fair New General Manager:

Sarah Cummings took the reigns for the Colorado State Fair held on the Pueblo Fair Grounds. She joined us to talk about what to expect at the 2016 State Fair and what the future of the fair could look like.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Aug. 23, 2016 09:20 AM MT

We caught up with Sarah Cummings again after the conclusion of the 2016 Colorado State Fair.
Click here to listen to full interview. Original Air Date: Sept. 13, 2016 09:30 AM MT

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