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Air Date
Media
Program/Host
03/29/14
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly.  Live music and troll-foolery
from the Fort George in Astoria.
03/28/14
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
06/04/201
3
Stand Up and Stretch/Utta Swerdoff, Yoga
10/11/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
10/10/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Ben Bradshaw from
the
Clatsop County District Attorney's Victims Assistance Office,
and Kathryn Burr, Community Program Manager for the
Clatsop
Women's Resource Center.  About the Center, it's programs and
the "Soup for the Soul" event Sunday at the Seaside Convention
Center.
10/09/201
2
Wahkiakum Candidates Forum Part 2.  County Commission
District 1 candidates Greg Prestegaard(D) and Mike Backman(I),
District 2 incumbent Dan Cothren(I) and challenger Joan
Harvey-Chester(I), Treasurer Marlena Silva(D) and challenger
Tammy Peterson, also (non-partisan) PUD District 1
Commissioner Gene Healy and challenger Lisa Marsyla.  Raw
audio from the forum.
10/09/201
2
Wahkiakum Candidates Forum Part 1.  District 19 State Senator
Brian Hatfield(D) and challenger Rick Winsman(R).  Candidate
for State Representative Position 1 Dixie Kolditz(R).  State
Representative Position 2 Brian Blake(D) and challenger Tim
Sutinen(I).  Also local candidate for Superior Court Judge
Positon 1 Dennis Gordon.  Raw audio from the forum.
10/09/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest:  Tracy Erfling, ND. About
children's health issues.
10/08/201
2
The Human Beat/Roger Rocka.  Guest: Pat Corcoran, Coastal
Hazards Outreach Specialist with OSU, about what to do when
the Big One hits.  The plan you have in your head right now may
not be as workable as you think. An encore presentation.
10/05/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
10/05/201
2
After Deadline/Patrick Webb.  Guests: Nancy Ross of Astoria,
Oregon board member of the American Civil Liberties Union,
and Tim Mallory, of the Timberland Regional Library system in
Washington.  Book banning trends in the US and around the
world.
10/04/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
10/03/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Nancy Ross, ACLU
Board member and Candice Watkins, Clatsop Community
College Librarian.  About Banned Books Week, and related
events at the College.
10/02/201
2
Candidates Debate Washington gubernatorial candidates
Republican Rob McKenna and Democrat Jay Inslee debate
Tuesday, October 2nd in Yakima.
10/02/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Master Gardener and
market gardener Carol Carver of
Island's End Farm on Puget
Island.  About end of summer garden strategies. Planting
recommendations for the fall and winter seasons. An encore
presentation, first broadcast on July 31st.  
10/01/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:
Janice Smiley and Anne Hoisington, local leaders in the SNAP, or
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. About the
educational aspects of the program.
09/29/201
2
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly.  Live music and troll-foolery
from the old Train Depot on the Astoria Waterfront.  
09/28/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
09/28/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guests:Daily Astorian reporter
Tyler Graf, Astoria Police Detective Mike Smith and Clatsop
County District Attorney Josh Marquis. The growing use of heroin
in Clatsop
County and its effect on the community.
09/27/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
09/26/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Nancy Ross, ACLU
Board member and Candice Watkins, Clatsop Community
College Librarian.  About Banned Books Week, and related
events at the College.
09/25/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.   Guest: Herbalist Brooke Duling.
Growing and using herbs.
09/24/201
2
Neahkahnie View/Peter Newman.  Guests: Mark Beach and Liz
Cole, creators of "Lost Pioneer", a locally inspired one act play
premiering at the Pine Grove Community Center in Manzanita
on Friday.
09/21/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
09/21/201
2
After Deadline/Chelsea Gorrow.  Guests: Astoria Mayor Willis
Van Dusen and Garden of Surging Waves designer Suenn Ho of
Mulvanny G2 Architecture.  About the late Art DeMuro's generous
gift that will benefit the Garden and the city.
09/20/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
09/19/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Sheila Miller of the
Assistance League of Columbia Pacific.  About the organization
and their Home Tour fundraiser on the 29th, Also Jack Harris,
head Brewmaster at
Fort George Brewery, and Jen Holden of
Baked Alaska on the Pacific Northwest Brew Cup beer
competition and tasting the 28th, 29th and 30th.
09/18/201
2
Senior Moment/Joanne Rideout/ Michelle Lewis of NW Senior
and Disability Services, Doug Schaffer of Olympic Area Agency
on Aging.  Guest: Sarah Glorian, attorney with the Northwest
Justice Project. What is a Power of Attorney and how it can be
useful to seniors.
09/17/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:
Renia Ysdtie and Jennifer Rasmussen.  Master Preservers
explain home preservation methods for the local harvest,
maximizing nutrition and flavor.
09/14/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
09/14/201
2
After Deadline/Matt Winters.  Guests: Historian and author
Sidney Stevens and writer Cate Gable about Pacific County's
Community Historian Project: A 15 week program to educate
and empower citizens interested in sharing the area's history.
09/13/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
09/12/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: ADHDA President
Dulcye Taylor and Americorps RARE volunteer Rebecca Frick.   
The Astoria Downtown Historic District Association membership
drive, also current projects and plans.
09/11/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.   Guest: Vern Saboe, DC.  US drug
problems, and opinions of needed healthcare changes.
09/10/201
2
The Human Beat/Roger Rocka.  Guest: Polar explorer Sue
Stockdale. How her experiences led her to become a
motiviational speaker.
09/07/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
09/07/201
2
After Deadline/Nancy McCarthy.  Guests: Outgoing Seaside
Librarian Reita Fackerell and Activities Director Jon Burke. Burke
will serve as Librarian until a replacement is found.  About
changes in the works and current programs.
09/06/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
09/05/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Elizabeth and Martin
McMaster, commercial fishers and owners of the vessel Lady
Laura.  About the Fisherman's Festival and the family business
of fishing.
09/04/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: George Exum of Island's
End Farm on Washington's Puget Island.  About using unusual
varieties of fruit for making fruit wine.
09/03/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:
Jan and Jay Barber, co-presidents of the Friends of Clatsop
County Community Gardens Association.  Nurturing and funding
the growth of community food production.  
08/31/201
2
Arts! Live and Local/Guest host Merianne Myers.  Highlights of
the week's arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia
coastal region.  
08/31/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guests: Lynn Jackson, Astoria
High School's new Prinicpal, and new Vice Principal Chad
Madsen. New directions under Oregon's educational overhaul.
08/30/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
08/29/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guest: Intek quality control
inspector Aaron Whiting.  About the $50 million project to repair
and repaint the Astoria-Megler Bridge.  
08/28/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest:  John Huelman.  Personal
experiences with the healthcare system and its costs.
08/27/201
2
Neahkahnie View/Peter Newman.  Guest:  Samantha Swindler,
Editor of the
Tillamook Headlight Herald.  The strength of local
newspapers and behind editorial decisions in a predominantly
rural area.
08/25/201
2
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly.  Live music and troll-foolery
from the Clatsop Community College Performing Arts Center in
Astoria.
08/24/201
2
Arts!, Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Highlights of the week's
arts and curtural events in the Lower Columbia coastal region.
08/24/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guest: Oregon US Senator Jeff
Merkley,  on underwater homeowner help, healthcare for seniors
and more.
08/23/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
08/22/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Guest host Joanne Rideout. Guest: Terry
Wilson.  A special pledge drive tribute to Terry Wilson and his
many roles as a community volunteer, as a Ham radio operator,
a Community Emergency Response Team member as well as
his audio expertise lended to the Astoria City Council.  Thank
you Terry!
08/21/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Fred Johnson of Fred's
Homegrown in Naselle, Washington.  Details on this annual
event taking place on Labor Day weekend.  Workshops, Fort
George beer garden and a special farm dinner with chef Fred.
08/20/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:  
young gardeners from the Nuevo Greens project.  Learning the
ropes of small scale agriculture.  
08/18/201
2
This is Job Corps/Terry Wilson.  Monthly round-up of
accomplishments and activities at the Tongue Point Job Corps
site.
08/17/201
2
Arts!, Live and Local/Carol Newman.  Jan Bono - playwright,
Melissa Goldberg - director and Patrick Gore - actor in the
Peninsula Players 'One Act Festival', Also all about Seafood and
Jazz and Jazz and Oysters.  And about the KALA Cafe'.
08/17/201
2
After Deadline/Matt Winters.  Guest: Hobe Kytr, of Salmon for
All, about current issues for gillnet fishers on the Lower
Columbia.  
08/16/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
08/15/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Guest host Joanne Rideout. Guest: Dan
Nichols, of
Four Paws on the Beach, also organizer and "top dog"
of the
Muttzanita Festival on the beach in Manzanita, coming up
on Saturday.  
08/14/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Dr. Thomas O'Bryan, DC.  
Celiac desease and gluten intolerance
08/13/201
2
The Human Beat/Roger Rocka.  Guest: Retired Astoria High
School Principal Larry Lockett.  Looking back at a career of
involvement with student achievement.
08/10/201
2
Arts - Live  &Local!/Carol Newman. Bruce Peterson on the
Pottery Printmaking and Photography walking tour, dancer and
instructor Var'yin Parham and Sue and Sherry from the Painted
Lady Lavendar Farm on the Beach Belly Cance Festival.  Artist Jill
McVarish on oil painting, and Parland artists Laurel Kurtz and
Sandy Sampson with a camp theme: home away from home.
08/10/201
2
After Deadline/Nancy McCarthy.  Guest: Jude Hubber, Director
of Customer Relations for
the Hood to Coast Relay.  About
changes to the event and and what participants and spectators
can look forward to.
08/09/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
08/08/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guests: Kristina Koenig,
Recreation Planner with Lewis and Clark National Historical Park,
Brett Estes, city of Astoria Community Development Director and
Betsy Cook from the Lewsis and Clark National Historical Park.  
About plans to update the City of Astoria's trail inventory and
the Trails Master Plan.  Public input is being sought this month
at two events: Sunday, August 12, 10 am to 3 pm at Astoria's
Sunday Market. Also Thursday, August 16, from 5 pm to 6:30
pm at the Lovell Building: Fort George Brewery, 426 14th Street
in Astoria.
08/07/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guests: Sunset Empire Orchid
Society members Lori Durheim and K.C. Heckenberg.  About the
many varieties of orchids and how to care for them.
08/06/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:
Alana and Mark Kujala of Skipanon Brand Seafoods.  How a local
family business provides premium fresh and canned seafoods
to a largely local market.  
08/03/201
2
Arts - Live  &Local!/Carol Newman. Painter Melinda Hannigan,
Shanghaied in Astoria's Miss Vivian & Virginia, ceramicist Jan
Richardson and the Concertts and Films Series at the Astoria
Column.
08/03/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guests: Lucien Swerdloff and
John Goodenberger of the Historic Preservation Program at
Clatsop Community College.  About the program, and how it
gives both students and historic property owners esthetic and
economic advantages
08/02/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
08/01/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.   Guest: Astoria Sunday Market
Executive Director Cyndi Mudge.  About the Market as an
economic driver, the entrepreneurial Market Biz Kids and about
the upcoming "Forager's Feast".
07/31/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Master Gardener and
market gardener Carol Carver of
Island's End Farm on Puget
Island.  About end of summer garden strategies. Planting
recommendations for the fall and winter seasons.  
07/29/201
2
A Wahkiakum County Candidates Forum.  A one hour version of
the Wahkiakum County Eagle forum July 23rd at Cathlamet's
Pioneer Community Center.  Commissioner candidates from
district one, plus incumbent district two commissioner Dan
Cothren.  
07/28/201
2
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly.  Live music and troll-foolery
from Fort George in Astoria.
07/27/201
2
Arts - Live  &Local!/Carol Newman.  Fire Mountain's Intuitive Arts
Program, CCC's Upward Bound program's 'Shakespeare's
Women", Facho and Friends with original acoustic ballads and
the Saari Family singing sisters, appearing at the Finnish
American Festival in Naselle.
07/27/201
2
After Deadline/Chelsea Gorrow.  Guests: Astoria Mayor Willis
Van Dusen, Astoria High School football coach Howard Rub and
Columbia Memorial Hospital CEO Erik Thorsen.  About a
multi-organization project that will result in a landfill solution, a
new sports complex for the Astoria School District and expansion
room for Columbia Memorial Hospital.
07/26/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
07/25/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn. Guests:Students Lainnie
Alexander and Derick Watson, also Meg Patterson of the
Clatsop Community College Upward Bound program, and Chris
Lynn Taylor of the
Astor Street Opry.  About the College's
Upward Bound program and a partnership with the Astor Street
Opry to produce a one time only performance of Shakespeare's
Women on July 31st.
07/24/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Kat Flewilling, ND on
strategies for dealing with obesity.
07/23/201
2
Neahkahnie View/Peter Newman.  Guest:  Dan Nichols,
organizer of Manzanita's
Muttzanita Festival for dogs and their
humans.  A benefit for United PAWS and the Rotary.
07/22/201
2
A Pacific County Candidates Forum.  A one hour version of the
AAUW July 12th Forum with candidates for the Pacific County
Commission, districts one and two.  
07/20/201
2
Arts - Live  &Local!/Carol Newman.  The Finnish-American Jam
in Naselle and more.
07/20/201
2
After Deadline/Nancy McCarthy.  Guests:Nancy Giasson of the
Cannon Beach City Council and Les Wierson of the Cannon
Beach Emergency Preparedness Committee.  What to do and
where to go in Cannon Beach in the event of a Tsunami.
07/19/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
07/18/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn. Guests: Ann Lederer, Executive
Director of CASA, and Beth Holland, CASA board member.  Hear
about
Court-Appointed Special Advocates.  What these
volunteers do, and how to help at the Gardens by the Sea
Fundraiser, Saturday, July 28th.  
07/17/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Master Gardener Teresa
Retzlaff.  About mid-summer garden strategies. Plant
recommendations and methods, also cooking with summer
produce.
07/16/201
2
The Human Beat/Roger Rocka.  Guest: Pat Corcoran, Coastal
Hazards Outreach Specialist with OSU, about what to do when
the Big One hits.  The plan you have in your head right now may
not be as workable as you think.
07/15/201
2
This is Job Corps/Terry Wilson.  Monthly round-up of
accomplishments and activities at the Tongue Point Job Corps
site.
07/13/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Merianne Myers.  Jamie Boyd and Liza Jone
on the Studio 11 at Clenente's exhibit, Renee O'Connor on her
own and 5 other clay workshops in conjunction with the Peninsula
Clay Arts show. Dana Dart-McLean on a workshop for children,
Brooke Flood of PAPA about "Into the Woods" at Ft. Columbia
State Park Theatre in Chinook, WA and poet Joseph Green
reads from his newest.
07/13/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guests: Brett Estes, Astoria
Community Development Director, MacAndrew Burns, Executive
Director of the Clatsop County Historical Society and John
Goodenberger of the Lower Columbia Preservation Society.
Moving forward with preservation and historic identity for
Astoria's period buildings.
07/12/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
07/11/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn. Guests: Don and Diana Cooley
of Klassy Kloset, also Lisa Clement, of Marie Antoinette's
Cupcake Parlor.  Both are new small businesses in Astoria.  
About the challenges of building small city - small businesses in
a challenging economy.
07/10/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest:Karen Kaufman, licensed
acupuncturist.  How acupunture can help in pain management.
07/09/201
2
Senior Moment/Joanne Rideout/ Michelle Lewis of NW Senior
and Disability Services, Doug Schaffer of Olympic Area Agency
on Aging.  About long term care options for seniors, and why
getting help doesn't have to mean going to a nursing home.
07/06/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  Mindy Dillard on "How to
Survive a Poisoned Apple", the CCC Student Summer Awards Art
Show, The 28th annual "Shanghaied in Astoria", and July 22nd's
Sunday Afternoon Live show with Muriel Anderson and Tierra
Negra at the Raymond Theatre in Washington.
07/06/201
2
After Deadline/Matt Winters.  Guest: Andi Day, Long Beach
Peninsula Visitors Bureau Executive Director.  About the summer
tourist season, upcoming events and regional marketing efforts.
07/05/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
07/04/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn and Terry Wilson.  
07/03/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Kate Brister.  Guests: Deborah Vail and Helen
Westbrook of
Camp Kiwanalong. About stewardship of this
summer camp tradition for children since the 1930s.
07/02/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guest:
Naselle, Washington bee-keeper and bee expert Julie Tennis.  
About the difference between native and honey bees, and how
to encourage bees in your yard and garden.
06/30/201
2
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly and friends.  Musicians from
the Astoria Music Festival play selections from The Colorado
Suite and Ferdinand the Bull.
06/29/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  The North coast Symphonic
Band's annual Independence Day concerts July 3rd and 4th, the
Coaster Theatre's 2012 Summer Repertory, and special music at
Astoria's Fort George with Danny Barnes plus "The Holiday
Friends".  
Podcast available on Monday, July 2.
06/29/201
2
After Deadline/Nancy McCarthy.  Guest: Justin Cutler, new
General Manager of
Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation District.
 About strengthening and enhancing community relationships.
06/28/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
06/27/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.  Guests: Renia Ydstie and
Jennifer Rasmussen of the
North Coast Food Web.  New
programs serving farmers and local food buyers.  Also SNAP
benefits at local farmers markets.
06/26/201
2
To Your Health/Ann Goldeen.  Guest: Allie Evans, ND.  About
living with Celiac disease or gluten intolerence.  Local sources for
gluten free products.
06/25/201
2
Neahkahnie View/Peter Newman.  Guests:  Lorraine Ortiz and
John Freethy.  The annual Cart'M Trash Art Show.
06/24/201
2
Troll Radio Revue/Debbie Twombly.  Live music, a live audience
and troll-foolery from Clatsop Community College's Performing
Arts Center in Astoria.
06/22/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  Guests:The Polka chicks,
performing at the Scandinavian Festival, Greg Darms and Drew
Herzig from ACT about the Brush Strokes and Quarter Notes
show in Astoria galleries this week, Cary Lewis, pianist and
Director of the Astoria Music Festival Chamber Players and
Lorraine Ortiz and John Freethy about the Cart'M Trash Art Show.
06/22/201
2
After Deadline/Steve Forrester.  Guest: Craig Hoppes,
Superintendant of Astoria Schools.  New directions for education
under Oregon's K through 12 re-organization.
06/21/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
06/20/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Guest host: David Hall.  Guest: Astoria Music
Festival Artistic Director Keith Clark.  Details of upcoming
concerts at the Festival, running at downtown Astoria venues
through July 1.
06/19/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Kate Brister.  Guests: Renia Ydstie, Kristen
Frost-Albrecht and Jennifer Rasmussen of the
North Coast Food
Web.  Connecting local food producers from Pacific County WA
to Tillamook County OR.
06/17/201
2
This is Job Corps/Terry Wilson.  Monthly round-up of
accomplishments and activities at the Tongue Point Job Corps
site.
06/18/201
2
The Human Beat/Roger Rocka.  Guest: Pat Johanson, a
member of the local deaf community.  Insight about living and
interacting without hearing in a world that takes hearing for
granted.
06/15/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  Guests: Russion cellist
Sergey Antonov of the
Astoria Music Festival, Bill and Sue
Svendsen of the
Peninsula Arts Center in Long Beach, Janet
Bland and Bob Schlegel of the
Plein Air & More Festival and
members of the 45th
Astoria Scandinavian Midsummer Festival
court.     
06/15/201
2
After Deadline/Chelsea Gorrow.  Guest: Astoria Deputy Police
Chief Brad Johnston on DUI enforcement in Astoria.      
06/14/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
06/13/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.  Guests: Jan Bono, writing
instructor, Kristen Wilken Dean of Workforce Educations and
Training and Pat Keefe, Physics instuctor. About Clatsop
Community College's Kids College.  
06/12/201
2
To Your Health/Kathleen Morgain.  Guests:  Donna Bzdill and
Jan Miller: Occupational Therapists and principals of
Pacific
Northwest Occupational Therapy, and Jeannine Grey,
Occupational Therapy Assistant, also home health worker for
Harbors Home Health and Hospice.   
06/11/201
2
Senior Moment/Joanne Rideout/ Michelle Lewis of NW Senior
and Disability Services, Doug Schaffer of Olympic Area Agency
on Aging.  Guests: Ann Rubino, Resident Care Director at
Necanicum Village and Roger Anunsen of mindRAMP cognitive
fitness.   Brain health and memory care.
06/08/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  Guests: Artist Roxanne
Turner with Marcy Baker about "Inside the Box" at KALA/Hipfish,
Sam Rascoe from the
Clatsop Co. Historical Society on "Native
Treasures: The Legacy Collection of Robert M. Drucker.", and
Portland's Ethiopian Soul Music Dance Band
Tezeta.
06/08/201
2
After Deadline/Patrick Webb.  Guest: Keith Clark, Artistic
Director of the
Astoria Music Festival.  How the festival got its
start, plus highlights of the 10th season.      
06/07/201
2
A Story Told/Michael McCusker. Weekly commentary.
06/06/201
2
Talk of Our Towns/Donna Quinn.  Guests: Paul Mitchell,
Marketing Manager for
Columbia Memorial Hospital, Stephanie
Brendan, Planetree coordinator for Columbia Memorial.  The
Planetree philosophy of collaborative healthcare.  
06/05/201
2
Diggin' the Dirt/Kate Brister.  Guest: Jim Karnofski.  About soil
productivity.  Determining deficiencies and building soil for
maximum garden and food health. Also
current workshops with
Jim Karnofski.
06/04/201
2
Food Talk/Teresa Retzlaff and Kristin Frost Albrecht.  Guests:
Laura Swanson of Manzanita Farmers Market, Jen Williamson of
Cannon Beach Farmer's Market and Sara Hening of the
Columbia Pacific Farmer's Market in Longbeach.  What's in store
for coming season.
06/01/201
2
Arts - Live & Local!/Carol Newman.  Guests: Artist Leslie
Peterson, Lowell 'Banana' Levinger, Spider Murphy and Josh
Reynolds from the annual Tenor Guitar Gathering in Astoria .     
06/01/201
2
After Deadline/Kathleen Strecker.  Guest: Novelist Muriel
Jensen.  About the collaboration between readers and the
novelist in producing: Love and Murder in Astoria.     
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