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Wattenburg to fire back about Agenda 21

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Alicia Knadler
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Dr. Bill Wattenburg, a long time Greenville and Bay Area resident and KGO Radio show host is now hosting a show out of Chico and will be firing back against Agenda 21 after being contacted by concerned Plumas County residents.

His show, “Open Line to America,” will be broadcast from 8:50 – 11 p.m., on the Chico station, KPAY Newstalk 1290.

Plumas County residents may tune in via Internet by clicking on the “listen live” button at http://www.kpay.com.

For more information about Wattenburg and his return to his roots in Chico, see the Wednesday, Feb. 6 issue of your hometown Feather Publishing weekly newspaper.  Click here to see the original Feather Publishing story on the Agenda 21 controversy.


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