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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    An interview with Priscilla Macy and Jacob Cruser, avid kayakers, who share information on places that people can go to kayak, the equipment to consider, and safety precautions and preparations necessary for a successful outing.

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    Spokespersons from Oregon DACA Coalition and Causa discuss the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and other issues affecting immigrants, families and the community at large. (Note: There are some events discussed that will likely be dated, but the discussion … Continue reading

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    Hear Stephania Fregosi, Kimberly Fanshier, and Jessica Ramey talk about the importance of repair in Salem, Oregon and the ​Repair Fair & Share events. … Continue reading

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    Panel of experts, including former Governor John Kitzhaber, discuss health care reform and how it played out in Oregon … Continue reading

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    Ann moderates as local theatre leaders meet to talk about a subject dear to our hearts-LOCAL THEATRE! Also, Ann welcomes North Salem High School’s Singing in the Rain…. they sing live in the studio! … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of Salem’s new City Council.

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  • 01/15/17--22:20: Episode 7
  • We’ve got another stellar episode that features some new types of #coolsheets for you! Karen and Brian will tell you about a rad YouTube channel, the perfect turntable, a hilarious article, cool chemistry videos, and tons more!  You can find … Continue reading

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    Sarah Rohrs reports on and narrates audio excerpts from Salem’s MLK Day observance, which included a march in commemoration of the March 7, 1965 civil rights march across the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma, Alabama, where armed policemen attacked peaceful … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston previews next Monday’s meeting (January 23d) of the Mid-Willamette Homeless Initiative Task Force and reports on what we’ve learned about Polk County’s decision to withdraw from participation in the Task Force from emails and other documents obtained from … Continue reading

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    An interview with Rebecca McCoun and Brad Nanke from the North Santiam Watershed Council who share information on what a watershed council is and the issues and projects related to the work with the North Santiam River and its watershed.

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    Tom Fuller, the author of “Oregon at Work, 1859-2009,” talks with us about this fascinating component of our history. … Continue reading

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    Anya Holcomb of Salem for Refugees talks with Melanie Zermer about how Salem is preparing to resettle refugees.

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    Experts on public-land management answer the question: Who owns the land that nobody owns? … Continue reading

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    Ann has FUN with Jay Gipson-King talking about the upcoming Cherry Blossom Theatre Festival, the Pentacle actors from Noises Off, and-as an added attraction, Morticia, Gomez, and Wednesday from McNary High School’s production of The Addams Family! … Continue reading

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    Marc talks with Alan Alexander about his new screenplay/musical score inspired by his 20 year old song “Homeless” … Continue reading

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  • 01/22/17--22:25: Episode 8
  • Jason Ramey is back as a guest co-host while Brian is away at Sundance.  Karen and Jason talk about two great games, a real-life Indiana Jones story, pussyhats, an exciting podcast, the ultimate ceramic artist David Waln, and more!  Check … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council.

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    Michael Livingston reports on the tenth meeting (held January 23, 2017) of the Mid-Willamette Homeless Initiative Task Force.

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    An interview with Kris Hikari, the Regional Programs Manager for Friends of Trees, who shares information about the organization, the importance of it’s mission, and projects in the Salem area.

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    On today’s program, Joel interviews Michael Hernandez, curator of Salem’s new High Street Gallery. … Continue reading

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    D.B. Cooper & the Exploding Whale: Folk Heroes of the Northwest told by Bill Sullivan … Continue reading

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    Excerpts from Women’s March on Washington in Salem OR 2017

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    Patrick Brodigan, Marion County Health Dept., discusses services the county provides to older adults.

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  • 01/29/17--14:00: Episode 9
  • Jessica Ramey sits in for Brian as a guest co-host on this great episode of Cool Sheets.  Jessica and Karen discuss some great ways to make and store food, an indie film, a reuse place, and two of their favorite … Continue reading

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  • 01/30/17--13:04: Salem Center 50+
  • Marilyn Daily, manager of Salem Center 50+, fills in Waste Matters on the Air about the Center’s green EarthWISE efforts and programs that they offer to our fair community. … Continue reading

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    An interview with Kevin Strandberg, Parks Manager for the Willamette Mission Management Area, who shares information and opportunities for the public at Willamette Mission State Park and the other area parks and Greenways he manages.

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    Chris Bell, ODOT’s Cultural Resources Program Coordinator, talks about the rich history reflected in Oregon’s bridges and roadways.

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    Timothy Perkins, a candidate for the Ward 6 position on the Salem City Council, talks about why he’s running and how he would address the problems and concerns of his ward and the City as a whole.

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    Oregon Black Pioneers Summary: Willie Richardson, president of the Oregon Black Pioneers, discusses the organization and some African American history in Oregon

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    Ann interviews three different theatre groups-Western Oregon University with All In The Timing, Aumsville Community Theatre with Private Lives, and Keizer Homegrown Theatre with Love Letters! … Continue reading

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  • 02/05/17--13:30: Episode 10
  • Brian is back and joins Karen for another great episode of #coolsheets! This episode we cover a couple of artists that really spoke to us, Brian’s favorite film at the Sundance Film Festival, a couple of handy gadgets that can … Continue reading

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  • 02/06/17--06:09: KMUZ News
  • KMUZ News – Growth and Vibrancy On the air more than five years. Roots penetrating and embracing the community. More and more people say they’ve heard of KMUZ and are listening. Our popular podcasts have had over 50,000 downloads! And, … Continue reading

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    An interview with Evan and Jenna Osborne of Osborne Adventures nonprofit about their organization and the current efforts to establish a bike share program in Salem.

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    David A. Rhoten, longtime Salem resident, and still-practicing attorney shares his memories of living in Salem through eight decades. This Part 1 of a 2 Part program. Part 2 will be aired on February 16, 2017 … Continue reading

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    Monmouth-Independence Chamber of Commerce. Meet the new executive director, Ryan Kingsella

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    Today Joel interviews artists from “The Artists of Salem Reads!” event. … Continue reading

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    Chuck talks with the Tuesday WWU team about last night’s City Council work session, which focused on developing a new proposal for new police facility for Salem.

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    Jonathan Crow, a candidate for the Ward 6 position on the Salem City Council, talks about why he’s running and how he would address the problems and concerns of his ward and the City as a whole.

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  • 02/12/17--13:00: Episode 11
  • Tune in to a special 1 hour edition of #coolsheets! This week Karen and Brian are joined by special guest David Fox! Hear about one of David’s favorite local stores and his favorite herb, plus Brian and Karen reveal two … Continue reading

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    Ann and Beth interview Eliot Grasso!! … Continue reading

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    An interview with Adam McKinley and Cayla Catino of GeerCrest Farm and Historical Society who share information about the history, facilities and educational programs at the farm.

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    David A. Rhoten, longtime Salem resident, and still-practicing attorney shares his memories of living in Salem through eight decades. This Part 2 of a 2 Part program. Part 1 was aired on February 02, 2017

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    Ann and Beth interview Emmet Cahil!! … Continue reading

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    Ann will focus on The Open House at the Verona, Robin Hood at Corban University, and the upcoming season at Enlightened Theatrics. … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council.

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    Michael Livingston reports on the 11th (and last) meeting (held February 7, 2017) of the Mid-Willamette Homeless Initiative Task Force.

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    Chris Hoy, a candidate for the Ward 6 position on the Salem City Council, talks about why he’s running and how he would address the problems and concerns of his ward and the City as a whole.

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    Micky Logan, Legal Affairs Director for the State Hospital, discusses how people get into the hospital and services they receive.

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  • 02/19/17--13:30: Episode 12
  • You’ll definitely want to check out the latest episode of Brian & Karen’s rapid-fire #coolsheets! You’ll discover a new genre of short film, a rad guitar to check out whether you’re a beginner or expert, three great resources to optimize … Continue reading

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    Many thanks to our listeners who supported KMUZ during our Winter Pledge Drive. We are still adding up the contributions that are trickling in and from online contributions. We believe we have made our goal of $8,850 to keep KMUZ … Continue reading