Recorded at the Birdman Studios.

In this Special Edition, Birdman chats with Jarom Lewis, who is running for Show Low Justice of the Peace, Precinct #5.

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Your Candidate:

My name is Jarom Lewis and I am proud to be running for Justice of the Peace in precinct five. I was born and raised in Show Low and now my wife and I are raising our 5 children here. My family has lived in Show Low for at least six generations. I have a deep commitment to serving the people of the White Mountains. I have 17 years of experience as a police officer and security director. While working for the Arizona Department of Public Safety I served as a state trooper, gang enforcement detective, and narcotics detective. I was a deputized FBI task force member specializing in narcotics and violent crime investigations. I have experience in the court systems; both state and federal. I am a graduate of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement state authority academy. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in criminal justice studies from Norther Arizona University. I spent 3 seasons as a wildland firefighter prior to my law enforcement career. I have been involved in community youth activities and committees. My well-rounded background has prepared me to serve as the next Justice of the Peace with impartiality, firmness, compassion, understanding, and common sense.

Direct download: Jarom_Final.mp3
Category:Your Vote 2018 -- posted at: 11:20am MST

Recorded at the Birdman Media Studios with WMI-TV, Show Low TV and Birdman Media in Lakeside.

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This week's guests:
Kirk Webb with Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District stops by to share information about the annual Firewise USA Event.

---White Mountain Communities Annual Firewise Block Party

Saturday, July 21st 9:30 am— 3:30pm
Blue Ridge High School (East Campus)
1200 West White Mountain Blvd.

Hosted by the Pinetop and Timber Mesa Fire Districts

Topics include:

Homeowner Firewise Information Creating Defensible Space
RSG Evacuation Preparedness Landscaping Firewise Plants

Insects and Disease common to White Mountains

Fun for the whole family

Bounce House/Face Painting Food & Door Prizes

Information at: 928-367-2199

**We are still in Fire Restrictions! We have not had enough rain to lift the restrictions.**



Allison Hephner with Navajo County Public Health Services District shares information about an upcoming event; Children with Special Healthcare Needs Resource Fair, July 28th, 8am-5pm at Our Lady of the Snow, 1655 S Main St, Snowflake. Keynote Speaker, Susan Wolfe , workshops, presentations and more! Lots of great information at this Resource Fair.
Birdman reminds everyone about the 2018 Show Low Hangar Dance. The Show Low Hangar Dance is a Salute to the Veterans of the White Mountains and beyond. Dress 1940's. Will be at the Show Low Hangar, Saturday, August 4th, 5pm-10pm. Follow the Facebook Page for more information: 
Tickets are $35/person includes dinner and entertainment. You can purchase tickets at Walgreens, Scott Kyle with the VFW, Show Low Chamber of Commerce, or find Birdman (
Direct download: 7-10-18__Community_Shout_Full.output.mp3
Category:Community Shout -- posted at: 10:00am MST