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Dear Bianna Golodryga,
It's been great to have your reports from Good Morning America play on KSL Newsradio many mornings, and to have you sometimes live over the phone talking with Grant and Amanda about your story that day. I feel like I know you now that I see your picture around the newsroom. So I have a favor to ask. Could you call in a little early for your next live interview segment with us? That way you would have time to talk for a bit. It would make the day of our morning Executive Producer Adam Thomas. Also Associate Producer Paul McHardy. And my fellow reporter Andrew Adams.
Thank you for your consideration. -Surrounded by your fans
Dear Michael Phelps,
You probably don't remember me. I was with the gaggle of reporters when you came here after the Athens Olympics to swim for boys and girls in Cottonwood Heights. I jokingly asked you if you brought your gold medals with you. You smiled and said "no." I'll think of a better question next time. Will there be a next time? Anyway, good luck in the rest of your races in Beijing.
-a humble radio reporter/fan
Please please please save four tickets to the BYU-UCLA football game on September 13th for me. We don't have Cougar Club memberships or season tickets, so we have to buy the single-game tickets today at 9 AM. I'm hearing the tickets for that game are probably already gone. I'll listen to Greg Wrubell's call on KSL anyway but it would be really fun to be there at the game.
-a Cougar fan
Dear Oil Business-people
Please lower the gas prices in Utah. I know this may be hard to do w/ supply and demand, blah blah blah, but it's been hard on us. Plus I want to drive to Provo on September 13th for the BYU-UCLA game and that takes a lot of gas.
Thanks for your consideration. -not a fan of high gas prices