Bob Protexter

On The Exchange this week we talk with some of the candidates from this general election.  Mayor Bob Scott will talk about his re-election and Rhonda Capron says goodbye to the Sioux City Council after eight years of service.  SOHO restaurant and bar owner Julie Schoenherr bested Capron.  We will speak with Schoenherr as well.

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Coming up next on The Exchange,

Soybean farmers continue to hope for a break in the weather, facing soggy fields and chilly days,  They also have hopes that a new North American trade agreement will help them sell their crops in the midst of an ongoing trade war with China.

Also, some of the issues surrounding a possible new jail in Woodbury County. 



  


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Coming up next on The Exchange, we celebrate the holiday season.  I talk with Morningside College professor Emeritus Bruce Fobes about the history of Christmas and preview a live, radio play production of A Christmas Carol, and we hear a new Small Wonder from Jim Schaap.

During this Christmas season the age-old question is “What do you want for Christmas?”  

A simple question with a deep meaning for substitute teacher, Bob Protexter of Sioux City.  

He put to paper a story he shared with an elementary school class at Hunt Elementary in December of 2018.