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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Brain Wallingford 9/18/15

Brian Wallingford tells us about an Octoberfest that will be held at the Piedmont Shopping Center.

Trent Fellers 9/18/15

Councilman Trent Fellers previews the upcoming Monday city council meeting.

Bob Evnen 9/17/15

Bob Evnan from Nebraskans for the Death Penalty discusses today's lawsuit brought against his group.

Tim Clare 9/17/15

Regent Tim Clare shares why he voted no to the art work that will be placed in front of Pinnacle Bank Arena.

J.L. Spray/Bud Synhorst 9/16/15

J.L Spray, State Chair of the Nebraskan Republican Party, and Bud Synhorst, Executive Director of the Nebraskan Republican Party, discuss what they expect from tonights Republican Debate.

Charlie Janssen 9/15/15

State Auditor Charlie Janssen tells us more about the ongoing audit of the Nebraska Health and Human Services department and updates us on the latest regarding the request to look into the Lincoln city budget.

Dr. Dale Michels 9/15/15

Dr. Dale Michels is running for state legislature. He explains why.

State Sen. Laura Ebke 9/14/15

Kyle Kollmorgen 9/11/15

Former Husker Kyle Kollmorgen looks back to the BYU game and previews the Huskers game vs South Alabama.

Trent Fellers 9/11/15

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

Mike Foley 9/10/15

Lt. Gov. Mike Foley calls in from Japan where he is on a trade mission.

Adam Morfeld 9/9/15

State Senator Adam Morfeld explains more about his thoughts on introducing comprehensive sex education.

Mark Bonkiewicz 9/9/15

Mark Bonkiewicz from Nebraskans for Founders Values expresses his distaste and worry about the potential for teaching comprehensive sex education.

Mike Matheson 9/8/15

Mike Matheson from Grain Belt Energy Solutions tells us more about a press conference scheduled on Wednesday.

Roy Christensen 9/8/15

City Councilman Roy Christensen tells KFOR about line items in the city budget do not match the purpose of the money designated.

John Gale 9/8/15

Secretary of State John Gale updates us on the process of confirming ballot issue signatures and selfies in the ballot box.

Kyle Kollmorgan 9/4/15

Former Husker football player Kollmorgan, talks about Saturday's season opener with BYU.

Roy Christensen 9/4/15

Council Member Christensen responds to the Mayor's news conference today on budget changes.

Dennis Floron 9/3/15

Floron, from LES, talks about selling electricity to Sioux City.

Jessica Herrman 9/3/15

Herrman, of the Platte Institute, discusses wind energy.

Larry Scherer 9/2/15

Scherer is running for the District #21 Legislative seat currently held by Ken Harr.

Dr. Phillip Smith 9/1/15

Smith, who is the Medical Director of the Bio-Containment Unit and UNMC, talks about what has happened since they received their first ebola patient a year ago.

Governor Pete Ricketts 9/1/15

Governor Ricketts discusses the new "Transparency Website" and the death penalty.

Trent Fellers 8/31/15

Council Chair Fellers, gives a preview of Monday evening's city council meeting regarding budget proposals.

Matt Schulte 8/28/15

School Board representative Matt Schulte talks about the issue he is addressing being on the school board but home schooling his children.

Mike Hilgers 8/27/15

Mike Hilgers discusses why he wants to run for state legislature.

Tom Casady 8/27/15

Public Safety Director Tom Casady talks about the recent rash of attempted child abduction cases.

Roy Christensen 8/26/15

City Councilman Roy Christensen defends his platform to reduce taxes and being called dishonest by a fellow councilperson.

Chris Peterson 8/26/15

Chris Peterson from Nebraskans For The Death Penalty discusses the completion of the petition drive to put the death penalty on the ballot.

Roger Figard 8/25/15

City Engineer Roger Figard takes calls on different road construction projects and updates our listeners.