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Santa Clarita Gazette Radio Hour – July 25, 2014

Hosts: Doug Sutton and John Rogers
Guests from SCV Gazette:  Lydia Gutierrez, Perry Smith, Hans AKA Mr. Sports

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The Gazette Radio Hour- Friday, July 25, 2014

The miracle that is radio has once again, graced the airwaves in the whimsical audio theatre known only as, The Gazette Radio Hour. The Gazette Radio Hour has stood the test of time as the premiere audio pool Santa Clarita Valley listeners routinely dive into. This is because of Doug Sutton’s (owner of the local publication, The Santa Clarita Gazette and Free Classifieds) passion for seeking out and inviting the relevant hard hitting guests, such as Lydia Gutierrez for example. Lydia Gutierrez has a complete understanding of the California educational system, and knows exactly where it is headed. That is why Doug felt he had to have her on the show today. Lydia explained what ‘Common Core’ is and why the United States feels it’s young children should be learning it, and what the detrimental consequences of changing a nation’s curriculum can have. After Lydia, Doug and John brought Perry Smith, news director for KHTS to  talk about all the latest breaking events in the Santa Clarita Valley and then even had their old friend, Hans AKA Mr. Sports.

The Gazette Radio Hour Airs every Friday from 1pm-2pm on your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS

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Santa Clarita Gazette Radio Hour – July 25, 2014

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