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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    Dr. Greg Anderson with the Living Tongue Institute addresses the loss of languages worldwide. Tony Johnson of the Chinook Indian Nation shares his work to bring back a Chinook language referred to as Chinook Wawa. … Continue reading

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  • 07/20/16--10:03: KMUZ Powers Up
  • Community Radio Station KMUZ has completed installation of an emergency back-up generator at its transmitter site on a hilltop near Turner.  “This is an important step in a multi-stage plan to equip KMUZ to serve listeners and local governments in times … Continue reading

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  • 07/22/16--08:54: Article 2
  • KMUZ President Melanie interviews her cousin Marty … Continue reading

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    Joel Zak interviews Salem author and poet Penina Taesali. Penina has a new book coming out in August 2016 titled, “Sourcing Siapo”. It’s a deeply personal account of her journey to find her roots through a myriad of challenges and … 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 fifth meeting (held July 20, 2016) of the Mid-Willamette Homeless Initiative Task Force.

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    Melanie interviews Andy Atkins about the first African American Ascent of Mt Denali, and the film that documented it. … Continue reading

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    Melanie interviews Marilyn Williams of the Salem Keizer NAACP about the Bridging the Gap event that will occur on August 3rd, 2016. … Continue reading

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    On today’s program Joel interviews three writes that contributed to “Behind Colorful Doors”. This book is a compilation of 14 short stories written by selected authors. … Continue reading

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    Ann and Beth interview Scottish singer Peter Daldry! … Continue reading

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    Liz Powers of The Garden Angels discusses how her EarthWISE business helps landscaping clients conserve water and save money. … Continue reading

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    SALEM HOUSE CONCERTS PRESENTS The 8th Annual KMUZ BACKYARD BASH AND MUSIC FESTIVAL Garden Concert * Gourmet Buffet * Local Raffle Items ONLY $25.00  RSVP REQUESTED Sunday, Aug 28th, 2016 Garden Opens w/Live Jazz @ 4:00pm, More Music at 5:30pm Once again, we combine … Continue reading

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  • 07/22/16--13:36: The Forum – Bees
  • “Pollinators” were the star of the show at a panel on bees and beekeepers. … Continue reading

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    Willamette Heritage Center presents a discussion of conventions and how Oregon influences national politics. … Continue reading

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  • 08/07/16--10:13: Susan & Rie
  • This week Susan interviews her daughter Rie. It’s another can’t miss episode of StoryCorps Salem! … Continue reading

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    Sarah Rohrs talks with Dan Cox, the official spokesman for the Oregon State Fair, about the Fair’s history, this year’s Fair, and his (and the Oregon Legislature’s) efforts to make the Fair a profitable enterprise.

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    Michael Livingston interviews Galen, a young man from Salem with a history of heroin addiction and homelessness, but there’s much more to Galen and his story than that.

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    Ann and Ed interview cast members from “The Wizard of Oz” at the Grand Theatre, and Susan Coromel & Rod Ceballos of “Maresfield Gardens” from Theatre 33. … Continue reading

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

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    Jon Yoder discusses his philosophy, environmental programs and events in Salem and his new business Salem Environmental Education LLC. … Continue reading

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    Marc Albert and John Yoder interview Robin Meacher about the Elliott State Forest, and the State of Oregon’s plans to sell it vs. manage it for revenue to the Common School Fund. … Continue reading

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    Rev. Jack Sullivan, Jr., in his address at the annual dinner of Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, talks about the immorality of the death penalty. … Continue reading

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    Kerry Fox interviews Lisa Miller, Volunteer Coordinator for Marion County discusses how the county uses volunteers.

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    Melanie Zermer interviews Bob Krebbs discusses how Salem/Keizer’s Transit district’s legislative strategy to fund the bus system.

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    Fishes of Oregon: New program host on Wednesdays, Jon Yoder, discusses with Karen Haas of Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife fish protection strategies and other related issues.

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    Ann interviews the director, Robert Salberg and members of the cast of ‘9 to 5 The Musical’, including Geri Sanders, Heather Dunkin Toller, Kelli Swanson Jaecks, and Ed Schoaps. Also, we’ll hear from Linda Cashin about Aumsville’s offering ‘Dead in … Continue reading

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    The Hollywood District of northeast Salem was a self-contained community supported by neighborhood businesses. This area on the edges of the late-1800s Highland Addition developed around the intersections of Fairgrounds Road, Portland Road, Tile Road, Hazel Avenue and other local … Continue reading

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    Joel Zak interviews jewelry artisan and one of the founders of Gallery Calapooia located in Albany. To see more of Linda’s designs or to contact her go to HERDESIGN. … Continue reading

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    Faith Community of Color and Representatives of Law Enforcement and Community Leaders discuss issues of race in the Salem / Keizer area. … Continue reading

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    I talk to Gail Langelotto, Associate Professor of Urban and Community Horticulture at Oregon State University, and the Statewide Master Gardener Program Coordinator about  beneficial insects and particularly about spiders and why we should appreciate them and encourage them in our gardens.   … Continue reading

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    I visit Alan Thompson and we talk about his beautiful garden nestled at the base of forested hillsides along the North Fork of the Santiam River outside of Lyons, Oregon. … Continue reading

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    I visit Whitman Farms in Salem, Oregon, and talk to Lucille about a few of her specialties –  currants, gooseberries, and mulberries, and a few other plants along the way.   … Continue reading

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    I visit the Marion Garden, the demonstration garden for the Marion County Master Gardeners, and talk to Hank Burroughs. Hank is the Master Gardener in charge of planning, planting and tending the vegetable beds there. His focus is on sustainability, resilience, and … Continue reading

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    I continue my visit to the Marion Garden, talking to Carol Horning in the Beneficial Insect Garden, Beth Hussaini in the Native Plant Garden, and Michael Johnson, the caretaker of the grapes.   … Continue reading

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    KMUZ honors working folks with two special programs during this coming Labor Day Week-End Friday September 2nd at 1pm (repeating Sunday at 8am) tune in to The Forum.  The Forum will broadcast a live-recorded  presentation from the most recent History … Continue reading

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    John Yoder interviews Deborah Topp from the City of Salem Public Works Department on keeping Salem’s streams and rivers healthy.

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    Our former co-host, Kimberli Fitzgerald, is pursuing a degree in archaeology to enhance the historic preservation services the City of Salem provides. When Public Works crews encounter potential historic artifacts while performing construction or maintenance projects, the work must be … Continue reading

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    This panel discussion is the second installment of History in the News a project of the Willamette Heritage Center and Oregon Humanities.  The panelists discuss the history of minimum wage, hours and other work place regulations in Oregon. … Continue reading

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    Ann discusses the newest Keizer Homegrown’s production: The Guys … Continue reading

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    Tiffany Partridge and Jan Kailuweit both ran for seats on the Salem City Council this year and lost.  In this candid interview, Tiffany and Jan talk with Sara Cromwell and Sarah Rohrs about their campaigns, their commitment to public service … Continue reading

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    Learn all about the Cart-2-Art Benefit Auction with Catherine Alexander from Straub Environmental Center and the Master Recycler Class with Bailey Payne from Marion County. … Continue reading

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    Joel Zak interviews the new Gallery Director for the Salem Art Association. What new ideas and plans does this new director have in store for Salem Art? Listen in September 9th at 9:00 AM Friday morning… … Continue reading

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    Faith Community of Color and Representatives of Law Enforcement and Community Leaders discuss issues of race in the Salem / Keizer area. … Continue reading

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    Melanie Zermer takes listenerson a tour of the Oregon Historical Society’s “Vault” with Executive Director , Kerry Tymchuck.

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    Mark Becktal, City of Salem Public Works discusses the progress of the Peter Courtney Minto-Brown bridge linking Salem’s Riverfront park and Minto-Brown Island Park.

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    Sherryll Hoar, Program Chair for Salem City Club’s Program Committee discusses the purpose of City Club and its fall schedule.

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    Salem City Club sponsored a debate on BM 97 – the initiative that would create a tax on corporations’ gross receipts to fund education and other human services. … Continue reading

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    Ann interviews guests from TWO theatres, both opening important shows in September-from the Verona Studio, The Year of Magical Thinking, and from the Pentacle, Of Mice and Men. … Continue reading

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    Ann and Beth enjoy their time with Bill Mullen … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston and Sara Cromwell talk with Chuck Bennett, who will be sworn in as Salem’s new Mayor in January 2017, about the opportunities and challenges he sees for Salem and how he plans to address them.