Ken and Mike

Ken & Mike's First Take


Thursday, February 25, 201602/25/2016

2/25/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start off your rainy day with Trump and tax returns, Reid endorses Hillary, the El Faro hearings continue, Obama may nominate Utah governor for Super Ct, Evictions stayed for now and Less moose to be killed,,,


Wednesday, February 24, 201602/24/2016

2/24/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start your Wednesday morning off with Trump winning Nevada, the El Faro hearings, Senate committee will not consider Obama Super Ct. nominee, Bill to protect gun ranges introduced, Pingree advocates for girl with tattoo and Landlord evictions and Strimling…


Tuesday, February 23, 201602/23/2016

2/23/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start your Tuesday off with the Presidential politics update, the Uber killer in court, Collins, other republicans open to SCOTUS nomination, El Faro investigation continues. LePage wants surplus money to go to rainy day fund and the NRA lobbies state to not restrict guns in public housing…


Monday, February 22, 201602/22/2016

2/22/16 First Take

Ken and MIke kick off your morning with SC election results, Nevada election results, Jeb Bush out, Maine caucuses two weeks away, Maine achieves full employment and Strimling renovating office…


Friday, February 19, 201602/19/2016

2/19/16 First Take

Closing out your week today with Trump vs. Pope, Wayfair coming to Maine. Proposed increase to teacher salaries, LePage appoints sheriff. Tyrell Gullatt update and Noah Gaston may get bail…


Thursday, February 18, 201602/18/2016

2/18/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start off your Thursday morning with the South Carolina town hall, Democrats tied in Nevada, Tyrell Gullatt, El Faro investigation continues, Portland Co. shop to be demolished and an update on Scalia replacement; Collins would consider any nominee…


Wednesday, February 17, 201602/17/2016

2/17/16 First Take

Ken and Mike kick off your Wednesday morning with the South Carolina primary, Scalia update, Lepage in Freeport, Apple fights the feds getting terrorist’s phone and their privacy policy, Minimum wage referendum approved and IRS scam circulating in Maine…


Tuesday, February 16, 201602/16/2016

2/16/16 First Take

Ken and Mike start your messy Tuesday off with Scalia death fallout, the Grammy Awards, Hillary barks like a dog in Nevada, Later start for middle school and high school kids in Southern Maine, Woman who stole beverage truck is at it again and Viagra?


Monday, February 15, 201602/15/2016

2/15/16 First Take

Ken and Mike Kick off your President’s Day Monday with news of Justice Scalia’s death, Republican debate, Cape Elizabeth Rod & Gun club under fire, K-12 education funded by surcharge, Lepage makes fun of Chinese businessman and Presidents Day…


Friday, February 12, 201602/12/2016

2/12/16 First Take

Ken and Mike close out this week with the Hillary Bernie debate, LePage, Another attempt to find El Faro recorder, James Pak will die in jail, Garmin buys DeLorme an dEinstein’s theory proved right on space time ripples!

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