A Woman’s View with Amanda

You're used to hearing Amanda Dickson on the weekdays as the anchor of Utah's Morning News on KSL Newsradio. Now get to know her a little better as she takes on news, politics, education, health, family and more with her panel of fascinating Utah women.

Episodes

  • December 3, 2021

    Comparing Rep. Omar to a suicide bomber is beneath a member of Congress

    When Representative Lauren Boebert said that she felt safe in an elevator with Representative Ilhan Oman because Rep. Oman didn't have a backpack. That was basically saying that she wasn't going to be a suicide bomber that day because she didn't have a backpack, but if she had had one . . . KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson knows politicians snipe at each other, but this feels different. She wants wisdom from her guests. Her guests this week include Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, Andrea Himoff, senior advisor on the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate campaign, and Dr. Delania Tonks, Principal of Mountain Heights Academy.

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  • December 3, 2021

    When you saw a 15-year-old shoot his classmates, what did you see?

    This week we say a 15-year-old take a gun to school in Michigan and shoot students and teachers. Four of his classmates died. We learned after the fact that he had posted a video on Snapchat threatening to take a gun to school and shoot people. Students even stayed home because of that video, but no parents or police knew of it (that we know of now.) KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View what they saw when they saw this. Her guests this week include Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, Andrea Himoff, senior advisor on the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate campaign, and Dr. Delania Tonks, Principal of Mountain Heights Academy.

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  • December 3, 2021

    Balancing the rights of a woman and the state at viability

    Watching the case before the Supreme Court this week on whether or not the Court should overrule Roe v Wade and a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy before the fetus becomes viable, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View whether the viability test is the right balance of rights - the right balance of the woman's rights with the rights of the state to protect the unborn child. Her guests this week include Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, Andrea Himoff, senior advisor on the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate campaign, and Dr. Delania Tonks, Principal of Mountain Heights Academy.

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  • December 3, 2021

    No on wants abortions. When should they be legal?

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument this week on whether or not to overrule Roe v Wade, 50 years after the decision. Is this case about wanting to see abortions happen? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson suggests no one WANTS abortions, that the question is whether or not they should be legal, and if so when. Her guests this week include Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, Andrea Himoff, senior advisor on the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate campaign, and Dr. Delania Tonks, Principal of Mountain Heights Academy. 

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  • November 27, 2021

    Why do fewer Americans want to have children?

    A new poll shows more Americans are not planning to have children. Only 26% say it's very likely they will have children. What is going on? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted the wisdom of her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this weekend include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Nancy Lord, Former Utah Republican National Committeewoman and Lori Midgeley, Director with SHEROESUnited.Org. 

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  • November 27, 2021

    Will Build Back Better keep help for hearing aids and child care?

    We saw the House pass the Build Back Better bill and send it to the Senate. It will be interesting to see what stays in the bill and what is removed. Will hearing aids for seniors stay in? Will help for child care stay in? How will it be paid for? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to find out how her guests felt about the bill from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this weekend include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Nancy Lord, Former Utah Republican National Committeewoman and Lori Midgeley, Director with SHEROESUnited.Org. 

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  • November 27, 2021

    "We have to have faith in the justice system." Talking about Kyle Rittenhouse

    We saw Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges earlier this week. This is the teenager who went to a demonstration in Wisconsin and killed two people, injured another, and claimed self defense. The jury believed him and found him not guilty. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to hear from her guests on A Woman's View to see how they felt. Her guests this weekend include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Nancy Lord, Former Utah Republican National Committeewoman and Lori Midgeley, Director with SHEROESUnited.Org. 

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  • November 19, 2021

    How would YOU address Utah's homeless issue?

    Salt Lake City's mayor expressed frustration this week when she announced the city would be adding a temporary emergency homeless shelter on the west side. Her frustration is that no other city in the County, or even the state, is stepping up to address this problem that is not just Salt Lake's problem. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View for their wisdom on how to approach this complicated problem. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster for KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Katie Matheson, Deputy Director of Better Utah, and Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services. 

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  • November 19, 2021

    "It's time to look outside ourselves and see who needs help."

    A new study finds increasing rates of depression in Utah in the wake of the pandemic. One of Amanda's guests on A Woman's View said, "2020 was bad, 2121 was worse. In 2022 we're not going to be responsible for what comes out of our mouths!" Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster for KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Katie Matheson, Deputy Director of Better Utah, and Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services. 

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  • November 19, 2021

    Tim Cook wants us to stop scrolling on our phones so much. Really?

    We heard from the CEO of Apple this week, Tim Cook. He said he wants us to stop mindlessly scrolling on our phones. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wondered if that admonition is like a tobacco company asking us not to smoke so much or if you take him at his word? She asked her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster for KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Katie Matheson, Deputy Director of Better Utah, and Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services. 

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  • November 19, 2021

    Will your vaccination status affect your Thanksgiving plans?

    With Thanksgiving upon us and other holidays on the horizon, some families will be asking their members before they get together - have you been vaccinated? The answer to that question may have an effect on whether the invitation to the gathering is extended or whether you're invited only if you're vaccinated. Is that an issue in your family? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to know if it is for her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster for KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Katie Matheson, Deputy Director of Better Utah, and Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services. 

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  • November 5, 2021

    Military members get lots of vaccinations - why pushback on Covid?

    We saw a story this week about some employees at Hill Air Force Base who have refused the direct order from the Commander in Chief to get vaccinated against Covid. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson thought that, in and of itself, was strange for members of the military, but then she looked at the long list of vaccinations they all have to get, including flu, measles, mumps, polio, rubella, tetanus, hep A, hep A, plague, rabies, varicella, small pox, typhoid, sometimes cholera and more. Why when they get to Covid do they say, "NO WAY!" She asked her guests to help her understand. Her guests this week include Susan Wood, the Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Holly Willard, the owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful and Shauna Cheshire who's been a nurse with Intermountain Healthcare for 26 years. 

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  • November 5, 2021

    If Utah has a tax surplus, how would you spend it?

    If Utah does have a tax surplus, what would you spend it on? Would you rebate the tax to the taxpayers? Would you spend it on education? Would you spend it on infrastructure? KSL's Amanda Dickson asked her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Susan Wood, the Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Holly Willard, the owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful and Shauna Cheshire who's been a nurse with Intermountain Healthcare for 26 years. 

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  • November 5, 2021

    Colin Kaepernick's comparison of the NFL draft to slavery

    Netflix has a new special with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick. In it, he compares the NFL draft to slavery, putting a human being up on a block and asking, "Who wants this?" KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted too get some feedback from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Susan Wood, the Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Holly Willard, the owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful and Shauna Cheshire who's been a nurse with Intermountain Healthcare for 26 years. 

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  • November 5, 2021

    What makes someone an American?

    A survey was conducted recently asking the question "What makes someone an American? What are the traits of a real American?" Many of the respondents said you have to believe in God to be an American. Some said that you have to be born in America to be a real American. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get input from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Susan Wood, the Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns, Holly Willard, the owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful and Shauna Cheshire who's been a nurse with Intermountain Healthcare for 26 years. 

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  • October 29, 2021

    Florida Surgeon General refusing to wear a mask - what?

    The Surgeon General in Florida refused to put on a mask during a meeting with a state senator who asked him to because she is being treated for breast cancer and is compromised. He refused, stating that he can't communicate effectively with a mask. She has since been threatened personally by members of the public. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson had a hard time understanding this story and asked her guests on A Woman's View for help. Her guests this week include Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor, Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the office of the President of Zions Bank and Shauna Cheshire, who has been a nurse for 26 years. 

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  • October 29, 2021

    "We need to tell the immigration story better without an agenda."

    KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View this week whether they think we in the mainstream media are covering the crisis at the border sufficiently. One of her guests suggested there is a lot of agenda-driven coverage, but not enough human story coverage. Her guests this week include Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor, Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the office of the President of Zions bank and Shauna Cheshire, who has been a nurse for 26 years. 

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  • October 29, 2021

    What should Congress do about the social media giants?

    This week we saw TikTok and Snapchat go before Congress for the first time when Facebook has been there some 30 times already. The executives were grilled by senators on both sides of the aisle. Is it possible that this is a bipartisan issue? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get some insight from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor, Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the office of the President of Zions bank and Shauna Cheshire, who has been a nurse for 26 years. 

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  • October 29, 2021

    What is the best way to draw the district lines in Utah?

    Utahns passed Proposition 4 in 2018, asking for an independent commission to redistrict the state of Utah. The commission finished its work this week, but there was some drama when former Congressman Rob Bishop resigned his seat in the final days. The commission submits the maps it has drawn now to the legislature, which may reject them or modify them, or much less likely, accept them as drawn. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests for some feedback on this process. Her guests include Shauna Cheshire, a nurse with 26 years experience, Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the office of the President of Zions Bank and Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor. 

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  • October 25, 2021

    Meghan McCain - On Being the Token Republican

    We learned this week what Meghan McCain felt when she was on The View, how brutally she was treated as "the token Republican." KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get her guests' views on this program, which is also made up of women talking about issues. Her guests this week include Professor Michelle Arnold, professor of physics at Weber State University, singer and songwriter Cherie Call and Robbyn Scriber, Director of Outreach for Rise Next. 

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  • October 25, 2021

    The legacy of Colin Powell and the Powell Doctrine

    Former Secretary of State Colin Powell passed away last week. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson said he is one of those leaders who is revered by members of both parties. She asked her guests on A Woman's View what their thoughts are on the legacy of Colin Powell. Her guests this week include Professor Michelle Arnold, professor of physics at Weber State University, singer and songwriter Cherie Call and Robbyn Scriber, Director of Outreach for Rise Next. 

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  • October 25, 2021

    What if Hillary Clinton had refused to testify about Benghazi?

    Should any witnesses who refuse to appear or produce documents in response to a subpoena from the January 6th committee be held in criminal contempt? Should the Justice Department charge them with criminal contempt? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests whether the subpoena power of Congress should have that enforcement power. Her guests this week include Professor Michelle Arnold, professor of physics at Weber State University, singer and songwriter Cherie Call and Robbyn Scriber, Director of Outreach for Rise Next. 

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  • October 25, 2021

    We can't miss the wakeup call of racism in the Davis School District

    This week we saw the results of the Justice Department investigation into complaints of racism in the Davis School District. There have been real systemic problems over a period of years. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View whether this is a wakeup call for all of us and how we can use it to do and be better. Her guests this week include Professor Michelle Arnold, professor of physics at Weber State University, singer and songwriter Cherie Call and Robbyn Scriber, Director of Outreach for Rise Next. 

     

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  • October 14, 2021

    The drive thru is 30 seconds slower this year - how can we cope?

    Restaurant wait times in the drive thru increased in 2021 by 30 seconds! Talk about first world problems. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View what this information teaches us about ourselves. Her guests this week include Ann House, Director of the Financial Wellness Center at the University of Utah, Representative Candice Pierucci and Luz Lewis-Perez, Director of Development for the Kidney Foundation for Utah and Idaho. 

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  • October 14, 2021

    Let's talk about men and loneliness.

    There was an interesting article in the Deseret News this week about men and loneliness. There was research done at BYU that showed being lonely can be as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View for some feedback on this topic. Her guests this week include Ann House, Director of the Financial Wellness Center at the University of Utah, Representative Candice Pierucci and Luz Lewis-Perez, Director of Development for the Kidney Foundation for Utah and Idaho. 

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  • October 14, 2021

    More police officers die from suicide than in the line of duty.

    There was a story this week that more police officers die from suicide than in the line of duty. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View - what can be done to help these dear men and women who we rely on so much? Her guests this week include Ann House, Director of the Financial Wellness Center at the University of Utah, Representative Candice Pierucci and Luz Lewis-Perez, Director of Development for the Kidney Foundation for Utah and Idaho. 

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  • October 14, 2021

    Can we say "There is not a racist bone in my body" and still be racist?

    The coach of the Las Vegas Raider's, Jon Gruden, resigned as head coach after a number of emails surfaced showing him saying things that were racist and homophobic and misogynistic. He later said in a press conference, "There isn't a racist bone in my body." KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View, can a person say that and still have racism in him? Her guests this week include Ann House, Director of the Financial Wellness Center at the University of Utah, Representative Candice Pierucci and Luz Lewis-Perez, Director of Development for the Kidney Foundation for Utah and Idaho. 

     

     

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  • October 8, 2021

    Joseph Petito: "If there is a trip you want to take, take it now."

    The father of Gabby Petito, the dear girl who was murdered and found in Wyoming, said two things at her memorial that were great lessons for us all: "If there is a trip you want to take, take it now. If there is a relationship that might not be right for you, leave it now." KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson was moved by those words and wanted to get her guests' reaction. Her guests this week including Francine Gianni, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, Susan Spiers, CEO of the Utah Association of CPAs and Barbara Smith, Director of Communications for Utah Valley University. 

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  • October 8, 2021

    Is a third party the answer to gridlock?

    Andrew Yang said this week that he broke up with the Democratic Party. He said the two party system is irrevocably broken and cannot solve problems, so he's forming a new party called The Forward Party. We've heard this from Republicans before - they've walked away from their party because they feel like it's lost its way. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks if a third party could ever take hold. Her guests this week including Francine Gianni, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, Susan Spiers, CEO of the Utah Association of CPAs and Barbara Smith, Director of Communications for Utah Valley University. 

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  • October 8, 2021

    Bathroom protestors! Are you kidding me now?

    This week we saw Senator Kyrsten Sinema be stopped in the airport, on planes and even in a bathroom by people filming her, berating her for not supporting the soft infrastructure bill. People have a right to ask questions of their elected officials, but come on! KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View for their opinions. Her guests this week including Francine Gianni, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, Susan Spiers, CEO of the Utah Association of CPAs and Barbara Smith, Director of Communications for Utah Valley University. 

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  • October 8, 2021

    How would you regulate Facebook?

    Facebook's whistleblower appeared before a Senate hearing this week. This is not the first time Facebook has been the focus in D.C., and yet Congress has failed to act. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get her guests' input on what they took away from this week and what they would like to see happen in the future. Her guests this week including Francine Gianni, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, Susan Spiers, CEO of the Utah Association of CPAs and Barbara Smith, Director of Communications for Utah Valley University. 

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  • October 1, 2021

    Conference Weekend - Relentlessly Resilient - Handling Covid

    On this Conference Weekend of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to have a special show for A Woman's View, so she invited two incredible women who are the hosts of the podcast Relentlessly Resilient. Both Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf lost their husbands far too soon. Jennie's husband Brent was killed in the war in Afghanistan and Michelle's husband died after a two year battle with cancer. Amanda asked both women, did they ever think when Covid hit, "I could have used some help," and wished their husbands were here. 

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  • October 1, 2021

    Conference Woman's View - Relentlessly Resilient - How are the children?

    On this Conference Weekend of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to have a special show for A Woman's View, so she invited two incredible women who are the hosts of the podcast Relentlessly Resilient. Both Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf lost their husbands far too soon. Jennie's husband Brent was killed in the war in Afghanistan and Michelle's husband died after a two year battle with cancer. In this segment, Jennie and Michelle talk about how their children are doing. Grief, as Jennie explains, is a day to day process. 

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  • October 1, 2021

    Conference Woman's View - Relentlessly Resilient Part Two - Why Me Lord?

    On this Conference Weekend of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to have a special show for A Woman's View, so she invited two incredible women who are the hosts of the podcast Relentlessly Resilient. Both Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf lost their husbands far too soon. Jennie's husband Brent was killed in the war in Afghanistan and Michelle's husband died after a two year battle with cancer. Amanda asked both Jennie and Michelle if there was ever a moment when they asked, "Why me Lord?" and if so, how did they get past it. 

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  • October 1, 2021

    Special Conference Woman's View - Relentlessly Resilient

    On this Conference Weekend of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to have a special show for A Woman's View, so she invited two incredible women who are the hosts of the podcast Relentlessly Resilient. Both Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf lost their husbands far too soon. Jennie's husband Brent was killed in the war in Afghanistan and Michelle's husband died after a two year battle with cancer. In this segment, they explain how they came to know each other and begin the journey of sharing their stories with the public on this podcast. 

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  • September 24, 2021

    Adopt a Utah Healthcare Worker

    Our healthcare workers are suffering. We've all been under stress since the pandemic began, but the stress on healthcare workers is uniquely exhausting physically and emotionally. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to learn more from her guests about what we can do to support our healthcare workers. Her guests include Trish Hatch, administrator for the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, Shauna Scott-Bellacomo, past president of the Utah Women's Lobby and Women's State Legislative Council and Andrea Jensen, asthma program coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • September 24, 2021

    Regular Americans looking at the border crisis and UN speech

    We are all watching the crisis taking place at our southern border. This time there are thousands of migrants from Haiti. Understanding how their country has been torn up by earthquake and hurricane and the assassination of their president, you can see why they would flee for their lives. People from both parties are strongly criticizing how President Biden is handling the crisis. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get guests' perspective. Her guests include Trish Hatch, administrator for the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, Shauna Scott-Bellacomo, past president of the Utah Women's Lobby and Women's State Legislative Council and Andrea Jensen, asthma program coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • September 24, 2021

    Utah Health Department warnings about Ivermectin

    Have you heard or read about the drug ivermectin? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson has read on social media about this drug. Then this week, the Utah Health Department announced a warning that ivermectin is NOT approved to treat Covid-19 and, in fact, has caused people to wind up in the hospital. Amanda wanted to find out if her guests had heard anything about this drug regarding treatment of Covid. Her guests include Trish Hatch, administrator for the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, Shauna Scott-Bellacomo, past president of the Utah Women's Lobby and Women's State Legislative Council and Andrea Jensen, asthma program coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • September 24, 2021

    We must do better - learning from the Gabby Petito tragedy

    After the murder of Gabby Petito, the nation became transfixed with this case. It leads us to ask the question - why are we so zeroed in on this tragedy and not the hundreds of other missing and murdered women? We ask this question without taking away any of the sadness and respect for what Gabby Petito's family is going through. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get some perspective from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests include Trish Hatch, administrator for the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, Shauna Scott-Bellacomo, past president of the Utah Women's Lobby and Women's State Legislative Council and Andrea Jensen, asthma program coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • September 17, 2021

    Do we know how many children in our kid's school have Covid?

    We learned this week that the number of kids with Covid is being undercounted in school. In other words, more kids have Covid than the schools are aware of, which means parents aren't being informed about children in classrooms who have Covid. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests this week on A Woman's View what we can do about that. Her guests this week include Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services, Crystal Young, Executive Director of the Utah Cultural Alliance and Liz Sollis, Associated Director of Community Engagement for Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation.

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  • September 17, 2021

    Did General Mark Milley uphold or betray his oath?

    General Mark Milley called his counterpart in China twice to reassure him we were not going to war - once just before the election and once just after January 6th. Do you consider that an important cautious move or a violation of his duty, or is there a third choice? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson gets perspective from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services, Crystal Young, Executive Director of the Utah Cultural Alliance and Liz Sollis, Associated Director of Community Engagement for Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation.

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  • September 17, 2021

    What more can be done to reduce homelessness in SLC?

    What more can be done to help homeless people in Salt Lake City? Salt Lake devoted millions of dollars to open four new homeless shelters, and yet the problem persists - it's just moved to a new location. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests this week on A Woman's View what else can be done? Her guests this week include Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services, Crystal Young, Executive Director of the Utah Cultural Alliance and Liz Sollis, Associated Director of Community Engagement for Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation.

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  • September 17, 2021

    Should there be a memorial on the National Mall for the War on Terror?

    Jennie Taylor wrote an op ed this week in which she explained her desire to have a memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for all members of the military who served in the War on Terror. There should be a place where the veterans and the families can go to pray and to mourn. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson gets perspective from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Nelson with Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services, Crystal Young, Executive Director of the Utah Cultural Alliance and Liz Sollis, Associated Director of Community Engagement for Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation.

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  • September 10, 2021

    Meghan McCain - "It's all the Boomers' fault!"

    This week, Meghan McCain blamed the way the withdrawal from Afghanistan was handled on the incompetence of the Baby Boomer generation. Then she said, "really everything" is their fault. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to look at those comments and understand what's going on there with her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are Robin Ebmeyer, Utah Valley University's Director of Emergency Management and Safety, Kristin Sokol, dating coach at kristinsokol.com, and Jeanetta Williams, President of Salt Lake and Tri-State branches of the NAACP. 

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  • September 10, 2021

    Suicide Awareness Month - "We have to be able to tell people when we're suffering."

    This is Suicide Awareness Month. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson brought this topic up on A Woman's View. One of her guests said, "It has to be easier to talk about your suffering than killing yourself. We have to be able to tell people when we're suffering." Her guests this week include Robin Ebmeyer, Utah Valley University's Director of Emergency Management and Safety, Kristin Sokol, dating coach - kristinsokol.com, and Jeanetta Williams, President of the Salt Lake Branch and Tri-State Conference of the NAACP.

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  • September 10, 2021

    Should Utah do away with the death penalty?

    Should Utah do away with the death penalty? Two Republican law makers are saying we understand how some people feel, but in reality the death penalty is harder on the victim's families than life without parole. Every time an issue comes up, an appeal comes up, the case is in the news, they have to relive the pain. And then there is the expense of the appeals. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View for their perspectives. Her guests this week include Robin Ebmeyer, Utah Valley University's Director of Emergency Management and Safety, Kristin Sokol, dating coach - kristinsokol.com, and Jeanetta Williams, President of the Salt Lake Branch and Tri-State Conference of the NAACP.

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  • September 10, 2021

    Remembering September 11th - and September 12th

    This weekend is the 20th anniversary of September 11th. Those of us who were alive and old enough remember exactly where we were on that day and always will. We also remember how we felt on September 12th, the sense of unity and love we felt for our fellow man. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson welcomes the memories and perspectives on the anniversary from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Robin Ebmeyer, Utah Valley University's Director of Emergency Management and Safety, Kristin Sokol, dating coach - kristinsokol.com, and Jeanetta Williams, President of the Salt Lake Branch and Tri-State Conference of the NAACP.

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  • September 3, 2021

    Talking about the American worker on this Labor Day weekend

    On this Labor Day weekend, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to take a look at where we are in the United States in terms of our treatment of the American worker. How much does the worker make? Is the American worker protected or exploited? How do we compare to other countries? Can the average worker ever retire? That's the topic of this section on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Dr. Laurie Sakaeda, psychologist and founder of A Helping Hoof, Afton January, Communications Manager at Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services and Cathleen Sparrow, Executive Director of the Anne Arundel County Public Library Foundation. 

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  • September 3, 2021

    The mental health pandemic within the pandemic

    Some mental health experts are warning of a "pandemic within the pandemic," meaning a mental health pandemic. It's increased anxiety, increased depression that grows from decreased social interaction, increased grief, increased fear, etc. During this time there has been an increase in seeking mental health, but we don't have enough mental health providers in this country, which leads to burn out for therapists. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson needed insight from her guests on A Woman's View on this topic. Her guests this week include Dr. Laurie Sakaeda, psychologist and founder of A Helping Hoof, Afton January, Communications Manager at Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services and Cathleen Sparrow, Executive Director of the Anne Arundel County Public Library Foundation. 

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  • September 3, 2021

    Now that it's over, how do you look at the end of the war in Afghanistan?

    Now that it's over and the last American soldiers have left Afghanistan, how do you feel about it? How do see the war, its end, and the evacuation efforts? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests on A Woman's View for their insight on this difficult issue. Her guests this week include Dr. Laurie Sakaeda, psychologist and founder of A Helping Hoof, Afton January, Communications Manager at Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services and Cathleen Sparrow, Executive Director of the Anne Arundel County Public Library Foundation. 

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  • September 3, 2021

    What's your take on Texas' vigilante abortion law?

    Texas passed an abortion law that the state itself cannot enforce. Only individual citizens can enforce the law by suing anyone who gets or helps or intends to help someone get an abortion. Because of that strange language of the state avoiding direct responsibility for its law, the Supreme Court let the law stand. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get her guests' opinions on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Dr. Laurie Sakaeda, psychologist and founder of A Helping Hoof, Afton January, Communications Manager at Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services and Cathleen Sparrow, Executive Director of the Anne Arundel County Public Library Foundation. 

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  • August 20, 2021

    Reexamining the role of the teacher after the Alpine teacher fire storm

    After a teacher in the Alpine School District was recorded telling her class that they were smarter than their parents, that they should get vaccinated and that she hated former President Trump, there was quite a fire storm. She no longer works for Lehi High School. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get some wisdom on this topic from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are State Senator Karen Mayne and Pamela Atkinson, community advocate and Senior Advisor to Governor Spencer Cox. 

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  • August 20, 2021

    Explaining redistricting going on now in Utah

    The redistricting process is underway here in Utah. The population has shifted and changed its makeup all over the state. This affects all of us. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to hear from her guests on this issue. Her guests this week are State Senator Karen Mayne and Pamela Atkinson, community advocate and senior advisor to Governor Spencer Cox. 

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  • August 20, 2021

    Giving Utah a grade on handling Covid in school

    As our kids head back to school this week with the cases and hospitalizations going up with the Delta variant, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests how they think Utah is doing in protecting kids from Covid who are going back to school. Every state is handling the situation differently, some using mask mandates and some forbidding mask mandates. Her guests this week are State Senator Karen Mayne and Pamela Atkinson, community advocate and senior advisor to Governor Spencer Cox. 

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  • August 20, 2021

    Why didn't we know this exact thing would happen in Afghanistan?

    After watching the chaos and fear taking place in Afghanistan, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to hear from her guests on A Woman's View how they understand what is happening in Afghanistan. Her guests this week are State Senator Karen Mayne and Pamela Atkinson, community advocate and senior advisor to Governor Spencer Cox. 

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  • August 13, 2021

    Coaches charged with murder in heat related death of high school athlete

    Two high school coaches are charged with murder in the heat related death of a basketball player. The athletes were running outside in 97 degree heat. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson had never heard of coaches being charged with murder in this way. She wanted to get input from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Laurel Christensen Day, president of Deseret Book, Lisa Walker, certified athletic trainer and teacher at Springville High School, and Karilyn Frazier, digital content producer at KSL and elementary school educator. 

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  • August 13, 2021

    Why are poorer people 10 times more likely to get Covid-19?

    Recent research showed that people who are poorer are 10 times more likely to get Covid-19. Part of the reason is that they work the jobs that are considered essential. They are the bus drivers, the custodians, plumbers, restaurant workers. They did not and do not have the luxury of working from home during the pandemic. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to hear from her guests on A Woman's View on this topic. Her guests this week include Laurel Christensen Day, president of Deseret Book, Lisa Walker, certified athletic trainer and teacher at Springville High School, and Karilyn Frazier, digital content producer at KSL and elementary school educator. 

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  • August 13, 2021

    Have you considered your vaccine decision spiritually?

    This week we heard from the president of BYU-Idaho, President Henry Eyring, when he encouraged the students to consider their decision on getting vaccinated from a spiritual perspective. KSL's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View if they ever considered their decision in this way. Her guests this week include Laurel Christensen Day, president of Deseret Book, Lisa Walker, certified athletic trainer and teacher at Springville High School, and Karilyn Frazier, digital content producer at KSL and elementary school educator. 

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  • August 13, 2021

    "I never had a problem with 28 kindergarteners wearing their masks."

    The debate over mask mandates in elementary schools has been heated this week. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get insight from her guests on A Woman's View, including one who is a teacher in an elementary school. Her guests this week include Laurel Christensen Day, president of Deseret Book, Lisa Walker, certified athletic trainer and teacher at Springville High School, and Karilyn Frazier, digital content producer at KSL and elementary school educator. 

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  • August 6, 2021

    Let's talk about young women and physical activity

    Dr. Susan Madsen has been studying the physical activity of Utah girls and young women and found that only 14% of them have met the national standards, while 28% of boys met the standards. She shared her findings with KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson on A Woman's View. Amanda's other guests this week are Michelle Love-Day, owner of Love-Day Educational Consulting and founder of the RISE Virtual Academy and Erin Jemison, public policy consultant. 

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  • August 6, 2021

    Do you want a mask mandate in your child's school?

    With our kids heading back to school in the next couple weeks, we're talking about how to protect our kids with the Delta variant being so contagious here in Utah and around the country. Should there be a mask mandate? What about kids under age 12 who aren't eligible for the vaccine? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get some wisdom from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are Dr. Susan Madsen, the Karen Huntsman Professor of Leadership in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University and founding director of the Utah Women and Leadership Project, Michelle Love-Day, owner of Love-Day Educational Consulting and founder of the RISE Virtual Academy, and Erin Jemison, public policy consultant. 

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  • August 6, 2021

    Why have four officers died by suicide after serving on January 6th?

    We learned this week that two more police officers who were there defending the Capitol on January 6th died by suicide. Why? Why are we losing these officers? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View for help in understanding these tragedies. Her guests this week are Dr. Susan Madsen, the Karen Huntsman Professor of Leadership in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University and founding director of the Utah Women and Leadership Project, Michelle Love-Day, owner of Love-Day Educational Consulting and founder of the RISE Virtual Academy, and Erin Jemison, public policy consultant. 

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  • August 6, 2021

    Should Governor Andrew Cuomo resign?

    This week we saw the New York Attorney General release a report that laid out multiple credible accusations of sexual harassment against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. He denies these allegations and says this is just is culture. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted her guests on A Woman's View to weigh in on whether he should resign. Her guests this week are Dr. Susan Madsen, the Karen Huntsman Professor of Leadership in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University and founding director of the Utah Women and Leadership Project, Michelle Love-Day, owner of Love-Day Educational Consulting and founder of the RISE Virtual Academy, and Erin Jemison, public policy consultant. 

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  • July 30, 2021

    Is getting vaccinated all about personal choice or do we owe something to our neighbors?

    Is the decision on getting vaccinated all about personal choice? Each person has control over their body. What ever happened to my body my choice? Is that what it comes down to or do we owe something to our neighbors? KSL Newsradio's  Amanda Dickson asks for input on this important topic from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Heather Barney, former Communications Director for Senator Orrin Hatch, Executive Producer of Hale Center Theater Sally Dietlein, and Nancy Lord, former Utah Republican National Committeewoman. 

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  • July 30, 2021

    How do you feel about the new CDC guidelines about putting masks back on?

    The CDC came out with new guidelines this week that said, in light of the increasing number of Covid cases due to the Delta variant, they are again recommending we all - even those of us who are fully vaccinated - wear masks indoors in areas of high transmission. That includes many areas in Utah and the country. KSL Newsradio's  Amanda Dickson wanted to know how her guests on A Woman's View felt about this. Her guests this week include Heather Barney, former Communications Director for Senator Orrin Hatch, Executive Producer of Hale Center Theater Sally Dietlein, and Nancy Lord, former Utah Republican National Committeewoman. 

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  • July 30, 2021

    "I felt more afraid on January 6th than I ever felt in Iraq."

    We saw emotional testimony this week from four police officers who tried to defend the U.S. Capitol on January 6th - two Capitol Hill officers and two D.C. Metro Police Officers. The toll that day took them was obvious and profound. KSL Newsradio's  Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View what they took away from their testimony. Her guests this week include Heather Barney, former Communications Director for Senator Orrin Hatch, Executive Producer of Hale Center Theater Sally Dietlein, and Nancy Lord, former Utah Republican National Committeewoman. 

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  • July 30, 2021

    We are more than our accomplishments - lesson from Simone Biles

    Simone Biles' struggles in these Olympic Games have given the world a most valuable lesson. She tweeted this week that she learned for the first time that she is worth more than her accomplishments. How many of us took decades to learn that, if we have even learned it yet? KSL Newsradio's  Amanda Dickson asks for input on this important topic from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Heather Barney, former Communications Director for Senator Orrin Hatch, Executive Producer of Hale Center Theater Sally Dietlein, and Nancy Lord, former Utah Republican National Committeewoman. 

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  • July 26, 2021

    How to love across a political divide

    We've seen families broken apart by political differences in recent years. Has this affected your family? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests this week - how do we love each other through profound differences of beliefs? Her guests this week are Sui Lang Panoke, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Zions Bank, Sharon Goodrich, retired Foundation Director at Primary Children's Hospital and Susan Wood, Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns. 

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  • July 26, 2021

    Seeing racism as a public health crisis

    Salt Lake City officials have declared racism a public health crisis. If you are a member of different minorities, you are three times more likely to get Covid. You are less likely to be screened for cancer. There are more incidences of low birth weight and higher infant mortality rates. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to hear from her guests on A Woman's View on this important topic. Her guests this week are Sui Lang Panoke, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Zions Bank, Sharon Goodrich, retired Foundation Director at Primary Children's Hospital and Susan Wood, Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns. 

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  • July 26, 2021

    Is there sexism in the standards for uniforms in sport?

    We saw this week a paralympic competitor criticized for her shorts being too short. She said that a male competitor would never have been criticized this way. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests if they agreed. Her guests this week are Sui Lang Panoke, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Zions Bank, Sharon Goodrich, retired Foundation Director at Primary Children's Hospital and Susan Wood, Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns. 

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  • July 26, 2021

    Is the Olympics an appropriate place for free speech?

    Some American athletes have used the platforms they've developed with their careers to express themselves. They may say things we disagree with, but aren't they demonstrating that most American of things - free speech? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson gets input from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are Sui Lang Panoke, Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Zions Bank, Sharon Goodrich, retired Foundation Director at Primary Children's Hospital and Susan Wood, Director of Communications for the Utah League of Cities and Towns. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Book, movie and binge watching recommendations here!

    KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson is an admitted book worm. She asked her guests this week on A Woman's View to share a favorite book or show or movie of late with her on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Molly Miller, founder of Miller Media and Communications, Sara Doutre, Director of Special Education Policy at West Ed, and Holly Willard, owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful. Holly recommended the book called The Rose Code and the Netflix show Crash Landing Into You. Molly recommended two books - The Great Alone and State of Wonder. She also recommended the Netflix show Surviving Death. Sara recommended the book Set Boundaries, Find Peace. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Should unvaccinated kids and staff have to wear masks back to school?

    With the school year just six or so weeks away and the Delta variant growing around the country, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks the question - should unvaccinated children and staff be required to wear masks when school starts again in the fall? It raises so many uncomfortable questions. Her guests this week on A Woman's View include Molly Miller, founder of Miller Media and Communications, Sara Doutre, Director of Special Education Policy at West Ed, and Holly Willard, owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Can insulting a police officer be a hate crime?

    Have you heard the case from Garfield County where the police officer charged a woman who stomped on a sign in front of the officer and gave him a menacing look  with a hate crime? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson is struggling with the charge of a hate crime. Criminal mischief? For sure. But a hate crime? Amanda wanted to get some insight from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Molly Miller, founder of Miller Media and Communications, Sara Doutre, Director of Special Education Policy at West Ed, and Holly Willard, owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Have you ever experienced road rage?

    After another road rage incident this week where one drive actually shot at another driver, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests on A Woman's View about road rage. Have they ever experienced it? Why do they think incidents of road rage are going up? Her guests this week include Molly Miller, founder of Miller Media and Communications, Sara Doutre, Director of Special Education Policy at West Ed, and Holly Willard, owner of Grand View Family Counseling in Bountiful. 

     

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  • July 9, 2021

    Do we treat politics like religion and is it causing us to make bad decisions?

    Utah Governor Spencer Cox was on a Sunday morning talk show recently talking about the fact that fewer Republicans than Democrats have been vaccinated against Covid-19, and he commented that we are too often treating politics like religion and it's causing us to make poor decisions, even when our life and health depend on it. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get reaction from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, and Ashley Thorn, Founder of 4 Points Family Therapy and a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. 

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  • July 9, 2021

    Do you care about the Britney Spears story?

    Is the Britney Spears story about the fact that she's a pop start or is it about something larger? Is it about the misuse of the legal system to abuse the rights of someone or are we only talking about this because she is a beautiful pop star? Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, and Ashley Thorn, Founder of 4 Points Family Therapy and a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. 

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  • July 9, 2021

    Are we learning how to work to live instead of live to work?

    There was a study released from Iceland recently where they reduced the work week to 4 days and found that productivity was not reduced and, as you might imagine, happiness and satisfaction went up. Are we learning how to work to live instead of live to work in this country? Has the pandemic taught us that? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to bounce that one off her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, and Ashley Thorn, Founder of 4 Points Family Therapy and a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. 

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  • July 9, 2021

    The example of Sha'Carri Richardson

    Sha'Carri Richardson could have reacted so differently when she was disqualified from the Olympics for having used marijuana. She owned it and vowed to come back better next year. She didn't ask for special treatment. She was disappointed, to be sure, but she stood up straight and owned it. It was a classy way to respond to a devastating situation. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get some reaction to this situation from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Sharla Jessop, President of Smedley Financial, Cassie Bingham, Program Director of Utah Valley University's Center for Social Impact, and Ashley Thorn, Founder of 4 Points Family Therapy and a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. 

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  • July 2, 2021

    Why focus on critical race theory? Why not focus on the whole of Black History and racism?

    Are our schools doing justice to the complexities of Black History? Why the focus on "critical race theory"? Why not focus on the whole of Black History in America? These are the questions KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson puts to her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests include Ginette Bott, President and CEO of the Utah Food Bank, Andrea Himoff, Senior Advisor to the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate Campaign and Lori Midgeley, Founder of All About Love and Director of Communication and Ethics for SHEROES United Dot Org.

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  • July 2, 2021

    "Until we love people more than we love guns, it will never end."

    Gun related deaths have increased 21% over last year, and they were up last year over the year before. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson has a radical and unpopular view that "until we love people more than we love guns, it will never end." She asked for help understanding this epidemic of gun violence from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests include Ginette Bott, President and CEO of the Utah Food Bank, Andrea Himoff, Senior Advisor to the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate Campaign and Lori Midgeley, Founder of All About Love and Director of Communication and Ethics for SHEROES United Dot Org.

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  • July 2, 2021

    Hundreds are dying from the heat. What can we do NOW?

    When Amanda Dickson saw Portland hit 116 degrees and hundreds of people dying from heat-related conditions, she felt compelled to talk about the heat. Climate change is not a theoretical topic for the future. It's here now. She asks for wisdom from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests include Ginette Bott, President and CEO of the Utah Food Bank, Andrea Himoff, Senior Advisor to the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate Campaign and Lori Midgeley, Founder of All About Love and Director of Communication and Ethics for SHEROES United Dot Org.

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  • July 2, 2021

    What is the state of your patriotism this July 4th?

    Our patriotism feels different at different times in our lives - different in our childhood certainly than it does in our youth and other stages of our lives. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to ask her guests on A Woman's View what their patriotism feels like now at the stage they are in in their lives. Her guests include Ginette Bott, President and CEO of the Utah Food Bank, Andrea Himoff, Senior Advisor to the Becky Edwards for U.S. Senate Campaign and Lori Midgeley, Founder of All About Love and Director of Communication and Ethics for SHEROES United Dot Org.

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  • June 28, 2021

    Why can't we have both a secure election and encourage voters?

    The For the People Act, the federal bill that focused on voting but included a number of other things, did not get debate in the Senate. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to find out what her guests thought about this legislation and about the state of voting in the United States. Her guests this week are Lisa Walker, Certified Athletic Trainer, teacher at Springville High School and Member of the Board of Directors of the Utah Athletic Trainers Association, and Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the Office of the President of Zions Bank. 

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  • June 28, 2021

    Is it a good idea to pay people to get vaccinated?

    Is it a good idea to pay people to get vaccinated? The rate of vaccinations in the United States is slowing down. How can we address that situation? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson puts this question to her guests on A Woman's View. She also asks them what their feeling is about fireworks this year. Her guests this week are Lisa Walker, Certified Athletic Trainer, teacher at Springville High School and Member of the Board of Directors of the Utah Athletic Trainers Association, and Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the Office of the President of Zions Bank. 

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  • June 28, 2021

    Will we ever get to a time when people won't need to "come out" as gay?

    This week we saw the first active NFL player to come out as gay, Carl Nassib. Is this as big of a deal any more? Will we ever get to a time when this won't be a deal at all? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get reaction from her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are Lisa Walker, Certified Athletic Trainer, teacher at Springville High School and Member of the Board of Directors of the Utah Athletic Trainers Association, and Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the Office of the President of Zions Bank. 

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  • June 28, 2021

    Do you think the Supreme Court opened the door to paying college athletes?

    We saw the Supreme Court rule against the NCAA this week in a case that had to do with education related materials. Does this case open the door to someday compensate college athletes more broadly? Will it be applied equally to male and female athletes? KSL's Amanda Dickson puts these questions to her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests this week are Lisa Walker, Certified Athletic Trainer, teacher at Springville High School and Member of the Board of Directors of the Utah Athletic Trainers Association, and Meghan Holbrook, Senior Vice President in the Office of the President of Zions Bank. 

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  • June 11, 2021

    The hope of a new Alzheimer's drug

    When we learned this week about the approval of a new drug that treats Alzheimer's patients, that gave so many hope. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted to get her guests impressions of this news. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster with KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Ganel-Lyn Condie, author, speaker and host of The Middle and Real Talk, and Andrea Jensen, Asthma Program Coordinator with the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • June 11, 2021

    Don't you wish you paid the same % of income tax the rich do?

    We learned this week through a leak from the IRS that the richest Americans pay almost nothing in income tax. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View how that made them feel? She also brings up the difficult topic of how they talk to their family and friends about racism. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster with KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Ganel-Lyn Condie, author, speaker and host of The Middle and Real Talk, and Andrea Jensen, Asthma Program Coordinator with the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • June 11, 2021

    What we can all do to help the drought

    We haven't been in a drought this bad since the 1970's. So what do we do - each one of us? There is so much we can do, and when you add our individual efforts together, the aggregate is meaningful. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson gets wisdom from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster with KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Ganel-Lyn Condie, author, speaker and host of The Middle and Real Talk, and Andrea Jensen, Asthma Program Coordinator with the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • June 11, 2021

    Do you have enough awe in your life?

    KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson read an article in USA Today this week that said there is an emotion that will make us both healthier and happier and that emotion is awe. Do we have enough awe in our lives? She puts that question to her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include Kathy Aiken, long time sportscaster for KSL TV and founder of The Forget Me Not Project, Ganel-Lyn Condie, author, speaker and Host of The Middle and Real Talk, and Andrea Jensen, Asthma Program Coordinator for the Utah County Health Department. 

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  • June 4, 2021

    Advice for the Class of 2021

    KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asked her guests on A Woman's View this week if they might have some words of wisdom for the Class of 2021. Her guests are Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director of Community Health and Prevention with Intermountain Health Care and Robbyn Scribner, Co-Founder of Tech Moms.

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  • June 4, 2021

    Are these voting laws protecting party or people?

    As we watch Republican backed voting laws pop up around the country, and the Democrat backed For the People Act in Congress, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks are these voting laws protecting party or people? Isn't the ultimate goal to protect the power of the people to vote, and if the law protects that, it's a positive thing. Amanda gets input from her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests are Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director of Community Health and Prevention with Intermountain Health Care and Robbyn Scribner, Co-Founder of Tech Moms.

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  • June 4, 2021

    What did Naomi Osaka teach us going forward?

    We watched tennis player Naomi Osaka withdraw from the French Open after she declined to speak to the media as required after her matches. She told us later that she was protecting her mental health. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson has such empathy for Naomi's situation and asks her guests on A Woman's View how we can do better going forward. Her guests are Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director of Community Health and Prevention with Intermountain Health Care and Robbyn Scribner, Co-Founder of Tech Moms.

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  • June 4, 2021

    2 Groups Are Still At Risk - Children and Unvaccinated

    There are two groups that are still at risk at this stage of the Covid pandemic - children and the unvaccinated. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson wanted her guests on A Woman's View to speak to that issue. Her guests this week are Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director of Community Health and Prevention with Intermountain Health Care and Robbyn Scribner, Co-Founder of Tech Moms. 

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  • May 28, 2021

    Summer read and binge watching recommendations

    As school gets out and we head into the summer season, we all need good binge watching and reading recommendations. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests for their latest favorites. Her guests this week include State Representative Candice Pierucci, singer/songwriter and teacher of singer/songwriters Cherie Call and Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor.

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  • May 28, 2021

    Who do you see leading the Republican party going forward?

    A poll in USA Today said that 25% of Americans and 53% of Republicans say Donald Trump is still the true president. KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson asks her guests on A Woman's View for their perspective on this poll. Her guests this week include State Representative Candice Pierucci, singer/songwriter and teacher of singer/songwriters Cherie Call and Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor.

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  • May 28, 2021

    What is infrastructure? Getting something done in D.C.

    What is infrastructure? Is it limited to what was traditionally infrastructure - roads, bridges, rail, etc.? Or does it include schools, replacing lead water pipes, installing electric vehicle charging stations? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson puts this question to guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include State Representative Candice Pierucci, singer/songwriter and teacher of singer/songwriters Cherie Call and Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor.

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  • May 28, 2021

    Phil Mickelson - is 50 the new 40 or even 30?

    Even if you're not a golf fan, you could be inspired by Phil Mickelson winning the PGA Championship at age 50. Is 50 the new 40 or even 30? Are we doing more at older ages than we used to? KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson talks about this topic with her guests this week on A Woman's View. Her guests this week include State Representative Candice Pierucci, singer/songwriter and teacher of singer/songwriters Cherie Call and Shantel McBride, hospice and hospital chaplain and grief counselor. 

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  • May 21, 2021

    Will you buy an electric vehicle? Why or why not?

    Are you interested in buying an electric vehicle? What affects your decision? Do you consider adding EV charging stations across the country part of infrastructure as President Biden does? KSL Newsradio brings up these topics with her guests on A Woman's View. Her guests include Francine Gianni, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Commerce, Ann House, coordinator of the Personal Money Management Center for the University of Utah and Lois Collins, reporter and columnist with the Deseret News. 

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