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 kfor1240.com.

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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.

Todd Wiltgen 8/25/15


County Commissioner Todd Wiltgen discusses the budget that was passed and the controversial topic of tax cuts.

Trent Fellers 8/21/15


Council member Fellers, talks about the upcoming issues on Monday's city council's agenda.

Regent Tim Clare 8/21/15


Clare discusses today's study released on the financial viability of the Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Richard Meginnis 8/20/15


Meginnis, a realtor with NIA FMA Realty, talks about Lincoln's business growth.

Pam Dingman 8/20/15


Dingman, who is the county engineer, tells how a facebook post solves a mystery of who used a disc on a county road.

Roma Amundson 8/20/15


County Commissioner Amundson discusses current county issues.

Tom Casady 8/19/15


Public Safety Director Tom Casady updates us on the need for a new 911 phone system, new fire trucks, and tech he'd like to use in the field.

Sam Larson 8/19/15


Survivalist and Lincoln native Sam Larson is on the History Channel show 'Alone'. He talks about being on the show and the finale that will air tomorrow night.

Steve Glenn 8/18/15


Steve Glenn of Executive Travel updates us on the latest travel trends, including dog and cat airline tickets.

Bob Evnan 8/17/15


Lincoln Attorney Bob Evnan discusses the legality of the Pro-America pledge.

Richard Zierke 8/17/15


Lincoln businessman Richard Zierke explains why he is a proponent of teachers signing a Pro-America pledge.

Dan Alberts, Tony Fulton 8/14/15


Guest co-hosts Alberts and Fulton share uplifting, inspirational stories in celebration of the selfless act by priest Maximillian Kolbe, 74 years ago today.

Tony Fulton, Brett Sallach 8/13/15


Guest host Dan Alberts talks with Fulton and Sallach about the legality of sending a substance in the mail, as well as who they want to see square off in the final presidential debate.

Jan Wismer 8/12/15


Jan is a parent who has home-schooled her children and discusses the benefits.

Tony Fulton 8/12/15


Former State Senator Fulton discusses education: who is most responsible ... parents or schools?

Senator Deb Fischer 8/11/15


U.S. Senator Fischer discusses current issues concerning Nebraskans.

Dave Heineman 8/11/15


The former Governor address allegations by Kirk Brown that his office said not to pursue the state's lethal injection protocol.

Larry Ball 8/10/15


Ball, who is an evangelist, discusses his court case over whether or not he can distribute religious pamphlets outside of Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Matt Innis 8/10/15


Innis, the Lancaster County Republican Party Chairman, discusses their recent press release regarding the Mayor's announcement that more firefighters are needed.

Preston Harris/Brandon McWilliams


Preston Harris and Brandon McWilliams from Men with Dreams talk about their organization and an event coming up.

Trent Fellers 8/7/15


City Councilman and Council Chair Trent Fellers previews Monday's council meeting.

Bud Synhorst 8/6/15


Bud Synhorst, executive director of the Nebraska Republican Party, is in Cleveland for the GOP debate. He calls in to share his thoughts on the debate.

Rick Hoppe 8/6/15


RIck Hoppe, the Mayor's Chief of Staff, breaks down the mayor's press conference from earlier today roadmapping the next year for the city.

Julie Schmit Albin 8/5/15


Julie Schmit Albin from Nebraska Right to Life talks about the latest video showing Planned Parenthood representatives discussing selling body parts from aborted fetuses.