The Coby Mach Show

Coby Mach started in broadcasting at age 14 at KSAL in Salina, Kansas.  Mach worked at several  radio stations in Kansas before moving to Nebraska in 1987.  Mach spent several years at KRGI in Grand Island and was a sports reporter for KFAB in Omaha and hosted the “70’s at 7” on KGOR.  Mach has been recognized with awards from the Nebraska Broadcasters Association and Associated Press.  He also accompanied Governor Heineman on a very successful trade mission to Cuba which resulted in major purchases of Nebraska’s agricultural products.
Currently Mach has a full-time job as the President of the Lincoln Independent Business Association which has over 1,250 members.  Coby and his wife Lorie have lived in Lincoln for the past 18 years and have two daughters currently working their way through college.

Listen to Coby weekdays 5p-6p on KFOR 1240 and

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Miki Esposito 7/6/15

Esposito, the city's Public Works Director, talks about the Sanitary Sewer Disaster Relief program is going.

Bill Moody 7/6/15

Chief Fire Inspector Moody discusses how the 4th of July holiday was for Lincoln Firefighters.

Dean Edson 7/2/15

Edson, with the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts, explains why the state of Nebraska is suing the EPA over recent water regulation by the federal government.

Wendy Birdsall 7/1/15

Birdsall, President of the Lincoln Chamber Of Commerce, talks about a recent consultant study on the future economic growth of Lincoln.

Herb Angell 7/1/15

Angell, who is with Nebraska Game & Parks, discusses safety tips for boating over the 4th Of July.

JD Flynn and Sheri Rickert 6/30/15

Flynn, the Special Assistant To Bishop Conley and Rickert, Legal Counsel For the Nebraska Catholic Conference, discuss the church's view on same-sex marriage.

Pastor John Kunze 6/30/15

Kunze, the Executive Pastor for the Messiah Lutheran Church, discusses why his church will not perform same-sex marriages.

Dave Bydalek 6/29/15

Bydalek, the Chief Deputy Attorney General, discusses what effect today's Supreme Court ruling regarding drugs used for the death penalty, might affect Nebraska.

Dave Norris 6/29/15

Norris, with the City of Lincoln, talks about all the information you need to know about Uncle Sam Jam, coming up on Friday, July 3rd.

Pastor Tom Barber 6/26/15

Pastor Tom from the People's City Mission talks about a new one of a kind donation project that is only in Lincoln.

Trent Fellers 6/26/15

City Councilman Trent Fellers previews Monday's city council meeting.

Dave Haring 6/25/15

Lincoln Airport Executive Director Dave Haring discusses the possibility of adding a fee to Lincoln Airport tickets.

Deb Schoor 6/25/15

Lancaster County Commissioner Deb Schoor warns listeners to avoid fishing off bridges in the county.

Cyndi Lamm 6/24/15

City Councilwoman Cyndi Lamm reacts to the story of Mitch Paine's campaign posting a bogus website with a derogatory video during the city council race earlier this year.

Roger Figard 6/24/15

City Engineer, Roger Figard, talks about the 27th and O construction project being completed ahead of schedule and other projects in the works.

Bud Synhorst 6/23/15

Executive Director of the Nebraska Republican Committee Bud Synhorst talks about why they sent a press release regarding Mitch Paine and a website his city council campaign purchased during his race vs councilwoman Cyndi Lamm.

Tom Smith/Barb Bartle 6/23/15

Tom Smith of Smith Hayes and Barb Bartle from Lincoln Community Foundation discuss ideas that have been proposed to help rejuvenate the SODO District.

Danielle Conrad 6/19/15

Conrad, the Executive Director of Nebraska's ACLU, talks about a donation to the ACLU for the death penalty repeal.

Jon Camp 6/19/15

City Council Member Camp discusses upcoming issues on the council's agenda for Monday.

Robin McDannel/Nancy Shank 6/18/15

Robin and Nancy from Prosper Lincoln share how you can help with their goals.

Lisa Pitlik-Zillig 6/18/15

Lisa Pitlik-Zillig from UNL Public Policy Center talks about the latest public survey the city is asking you to take.

Cindy Lamm 6/17/15

City Councilwoman Cindy Lamm was at the neighborhood meeting of citizens considering suing the city for sewage damage.

Sherry Schwartz 6/17/15

Sherry lives in the SoDo area and has concerns about some of the idea's presented during a meeting looking to improve the area.

Roma Amundson 6/16/15

County Commissioner Roma Amundson updates us on the latest happening in the county.

Dan Duncan 6/16/15

Dan Duncan, Executive Director of UNL's Innovation Campus, updates us on the latest campus news.

Roy Christensen 6/15/15

City Councilman Roy Christensen tells us about the council's decision to reimburse citizens affected by the sewage backing into homes after heavy rains.

Tim Clare 6/15/15

NU Regent Tim Clare updates us on the latest regarding the Nebraska university system.

Vicki Wood 6/15/15

Vicki Wood from Lincoln City Libraries tells us about a new program that aims to help feed Lincoln children.

Tessa Wagner 6/12/15

Tessa Wagner shares more about a fun street soccer event this weekend in the Railyard.

Nick Gregath 6/12/15

Nick from ESPN 1480 previews the 'greatest show on dirt', the CWS.