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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
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    Jan and Cindy discuss “most monitored” bills and talk with a representative of the Small Business Caucus of the Oregon Democratic Party.

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     Find out what happens to your recyclables after it leaves the curb and tune into Waste Matters on the Air to hear about Garten Services with special guest Gaelen McAllister. Gaelen will uncover some myths and give helpful tips to … Continue reading

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  • 06/13/17--23:09: Cool Sheets Episode 28
  • We have another great episode of Cool Sheets! Karen will share a couple of her favorite websites and a podcast that will have you writing more better in no time! Brian shares his curiosity for wild adventures and will share … Continue reading

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    Event organizer Mark Green on Salem’s Make Music Day Event on June 21st 2017; and the story of Hot Sheets, an all-girl punk band that blossomed after performing at the event in 2016.

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    Spokespersons from “Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense” discuss ways to support the 2nd Amendment while decreasing gun violence. … Continue reading

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    Ann and Ed cover it all including the latest from Brush Creek playhouse, and Theatre 33. … Continue reading

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    Jan Margosian & Cindy Condon discusses recently passed legislation and focus on the revenue bill and transportation package.

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  • 06/20/17--22:57: Cool Sheets Episode 29
  • Climb, eat, flow. Nestle into a cozy space, or lift your arms up into the wilderness. In this episode, Karen and Brian’s #coolsheets are all over the map… Drink up an amazing drink and enjoy a wealth of time as you … Continue reading

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    City of Salem Historic Preservation Officer Kimberli Fitzgerald provides information on current historic preservation projects in Salem.

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    Mel Fuller, Meals on Wheels Program Manager, discusses special food programs for low income seniors, including the Senior Grocery Program and Congregate Meals.

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    Scott Ingalls talks about new activities at the Marion County Fair that are interactive, educational and fun.

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    On today’s Talking About Art program, Joel interviews Gary Westford about something very special at The Hallie Ford Museum of Art, “Behind the Beyond: Psychedelic Posters and Fashion in San Francisco, 1966-71” Organized by artist Gary Westford and drawn from … Continue reading

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    The Willamette Heritage Center’s “History in the News” series looks at WWI and the role women, American Indians and African Americans played in the “War to End All Wars.” … Continue reading

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    End of Life Choices Oregon is a non-profit organization whose volunteers help Oregonians with terminal illnesses who wish to take advantage of Oregon’s “Death With Dignity Act.”  In this extended interview, Sue Porter, the organization’s Executive Director, talks about that … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston reports on the June 13, 2017, meeting of the Salem City Council, which included the Council’s adoption of the City’s FY 2017-2018 Budget.

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    Xue Lohr grew up in a small farming village in Laos and came to Salem when he was 12 years old as a refugee from the Viet Nam War. This is the story of his integration into the Salem community, … Continue reading

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    Salem Art Association’s Nichole Rose joins Waste Matters to paint us a portrait of the Association’s environmentally conscious efforts to be more sustainable.  To make matters more interesting, this year’s Salem Art Fair is going to be a Zero-Waste event.  You’re going, … Continue reading

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    Jan & Cindy discusses bills moving through the process this week, including the transportation package

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included extensive public comment favoring development of a “climate action plan” for Salem and a public hearing on amendments to the Salem Revised Code allowing and regulating … Continue reading

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  • 06/28/17--06:00: Cool Sheets Episode 30
  • Get ready for another mixed bag of favorites from Karen & Brian. We have science, cooking, cooking science, movies, destinations, life hacks and lots more! It’s definitely an episode that isn’t to be missed! Check the podcast and all the … Continue reading

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    John Larson, President of the Oregon Education Association, talks about education issues nationwide and in Oregon prior to the National Education Assembly underway in Boston right now.

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    Rep. Paul Evans, HD 20, talks about education, the revenue package, transportation package, the Veteran’s budget and a new program to aid communities during a major natural disaster.

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    Today on Talking About Art, Joel interviews Jo Hockenhull. Jo Hockenhull is a printmaker, painter, illustrator and book artist.   She has exhibited her artworks nationally and internationally,  including shows in Scotland, Italy, Chile, Brazil, Russia, China and  Canada.  Her prints … Continue reading

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  • 07/03/17--00:30: Cool Sheets Episode 31
  • In this episode, Karen and Brian roll out some more #coolsheets that will lull you to sleep, wake you up, help you live healthier, waste less, laugh, ponder, and tons more! Plus you’ll get to hear about a rad artist … Continue reading

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  • 07/03/17--12:26: KMUZ News – July 2017
  • Sales Rep Wanted Are you a KMUZ super fan? Do you want to see KMUZ grow and flourish? If the answer is YES!, you can use your enthusiasm to encourage local businesses and organizations to show their support for community … Continue reading

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    AC Gilbert’s Discovery Village.  Alicia Bay, Executive Director, joins us to talk about this children’s museum complex, named after Salem’s own A.C. Gilbert,  which includes several historic resources.

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    Oregon’s famous legislation to ensure public access to Oregon’s beaches is 50 years old today. Chris Havel, Oregon Parks and Recreation, and Stacey Nally, Oregon Capitol Foundation discuss the history of the bill and a celebration event.

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    During the May 2017 program of History in the News at Willamette Heritage Center, a panel of historical pundits discuss the real costs of designating public lands as national parks. … Continue reading

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    Michael Rose interviews Lloyd Collins of Polk Cemetery Savers, a historic preservation group that restores local pioneer cemeteries. … Continue reading

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    Ann talks with Robert Salberg and Tom Hewitt about the late, inimitable, Phyllis Quanbeck. Also, Ann interviews her old friend, Scott Haring, about her impact on his life. And we’re talking with Ed Schoaps about “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” … Continue reading

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    Chuck Sheketoff, Oregon Center for Public Policy, gives his perspective on the legislature from the point of view of people with low incomes.

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    Today, we hear many claims made about what the “founding fathers” did, or didn’t, believe.  In this special July 4th news brief, Michael Livingston reads an excerpt from Ron Cherow’s new book, Washington, a Life, in which the author explains … Continue reading

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    Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett talks about his proposal for a “revenue committee” to reassess the assumptions on which the city’s current revenue structure is based and his proposal to provide supportive housing for 100 “chronically homeless” citizens in our community, … Continue reading

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    Each summer, Bill Smaldone — a professor of European history at Willamette University — participates in educational seminars for workers in Germany, and he joined us on July 4th to talk about that experience.

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  • 07/12/17--06:45: Cool Sheets Episode 32
  • We have another great episode of Cool Sheets for you! Brian shares a mind-blowing hack for tomatoes and reluctantly dispels a myth he’s held on to for over 15+ years. And Karen, well she just shares an idea that can save the world. No … Continue reading

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    Patrick Spencer, the Executive Director of the Cork Forest Conservation Alliance, fills us in about the truth of cork forests and harvesting and how it affects the wine we drink. … Continue reading

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    Dan Adamano, Astrodynamics consultant will be speaking about August’s solar eclipse at the Salem Library on July 18 at 6pm. He spoke on KMUZ briefly about his work with NASA what he will talk about on Tuesday.

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    This week Joel interviews Salem Art Association’s Events Director Stephanie Paterson and Artist George Essaides owner of Willamette Valley Fine Woodworking about this year’s Salem Art Fair & Festival. … Continue reading

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    Jan Margosian and Cindy Condon discuss bills signed by the Governor last week and talk with Steve Buckstein from the Cascade Policy Institute about the budget, education and health care.

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    Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included discussions about the make-up Mayor Bennett’s proposed Transit Committee and ODOT’s process for receiving comments on the impact of the proposed Salem River Crossing project on … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston and Sara Cromwell report on the roll-out of the City of Salem’s recently adopted Homeless Rental Assistance Program (HRAP), the goal of which is to provide housing and supportive services to 100 of our community’s hardest-to-house homeless citizens.

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  • 07/18/17--00:28: Cool Sheets Episode 33
  • For this week’s episode, special guest co-host Jessica Amos steps in for Brian while he’s away.  Jessica’s #coolsheets include her favorite movie of all time, her favorite blog, and a great lifestyle approach to cleaning. Karen talks about one of … Continue reading

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    The Task Force held its eleventh and final meeting on February 7, 2017, and, since then, the Task Force’s “transition team” has been unsuccessful in its efforts to put together sufficient funding and other support for a “project manager” to … Continue reading

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    Michael Livingston spent last Saturday at the Marion County Fair, and he brought back these sounds and descriptions of the people he talked with and the events he observed.

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    Kathleen Mason, Marketing Director, talks with us about the many transportation museums that comprise this campus, formerly known as Antique Powerland.

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    Floyd McKay, journalist and author speaks at the Oregon Capitol Foundation Lecture Series from his book: Reporting the Oregon Story. … Continue reading

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    Ann has on Keizer Homegrown, and Valley Shakespeare Company to talk about their plays, and actually do scenes and monologues from them! And yes, there will be a little of the balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet! … Continue reading

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    A huge influx of visitors will arrive in the Mid-Willamette Valley for the total solar eclipse on August 21. Is the region ready? Michael Rose interviews Kimber Townsend, coordinator for the Community Emergency Response Team in Polk County. … Continue reading

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    Bob Reinhardt, out-going director of Willamette Heritage Center talks about his time with the organization, the current exhibit and about the caboose coming to WHC on Friday July 28.

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  • 07/24/17--22:00: Episode 34
  • On this week’s episode, Jason Ramey of “Geekly Update” fame steps in for Brian with some fun #coolsheets, including a new angle on book reading, a way to add some snazz into reading books for adults, and an exciting local … Continue reading