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Willamette Wake-up
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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
 
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Willamette Living
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Willamette Living is a print magazine all about, you guessed it, life in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
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Willamette Christian Church
 
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Portland Lounge Series
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Portland Lounge Series is an Interview/Performance podcast produced by Willamette Week/LocalCut.com, Portland Radio Authority and Blackbird Presents in Portland, Oregon. Every month, the show invites three Portland-based artists for a live interview and set. Past guests include Scout Niblett, Kind of Like Spitting, Illmaculate and John Weinland. The goal of the show is to expose audiences (both at Portland's fabulous Towne Lounge and those at home) to budding and established musicians that a ...
 
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WPC Corvallis Sermons
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WPC is committed to Biblical authority and evangelical proclamation of the historic Christian faith. For those local to the mid-Willamette Valley, we encourage you to visit us for Sunday worship!
 
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Psalm and Prayer
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I like to start my day by reading a psalm and a prayer. Feel free to send me any of your prayer requests and questions.
 
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Morning Psalm and Prayer
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Let's get our day started right by jumping into The Word.
 
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Native Vs. Transplant
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Willamette Week is Portland's favorite media company.
 
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Theatre Talk
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Theatre Talk is a show about live theatre performing in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Host Ann McBride talks about what is opening, playing, and auditionong in the area, and interviews directors, actors, and other members of productions.
 
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This Week in Salem
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Every Other Thursday coinciding with the Salem Weekly publishing date. AP Walther, Salem Weekly’s executive editor, is guest with host Ken Adams discussing local news based on articles in the current Salem Weekly. Located in the center of the Willamette Valley, Salem Weekly and WillametteLive.com is the area’s largest independent newspaper. Celebrating eight years, covering local news, art and entertainment.
 
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Talking About Art
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KMUZ’S Talking About Art host, Joel Zak, talks about the local Salem Art scene and interviews local artists and art related organizations and businesses. KMUZ 88.5 FM is a non-commercial, all-volunteer, listener-sponsored radio broadcaster whose mission is to stimulate, educate, and entertain our audience by reflecting the diverse cultural heritage and artistic expression of our region through locally generated programs. We aim to engage communities in the mid-Willamette Valley by sharing mu ...
 
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Salem History Matters
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Deb Meaghers and Kimberli Fitzgerald share their passions for mid-Willamette Valley history and engage listeners in the value of preserving and blending our rich historic legacy into our contemporary lives. Interviews with area historians, authors, historic homeowners, neighbors in our historic districts, curators of local museums, and commercial building owners and renovators offer insight into why preserving, living and working in our historic resources are so integral to our sense of comm ...
 
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Straight Talk with Melissa Hopkins
Weekly
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
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One River Many Voices
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The Willamette River plays an important role in the environmental, economic, recreational and cultural life of Oregon. Yet the industrial stretch of the river through Portland contains historic pollution that will require a Superfund cleanup. This audio series tells some of the stories of the river, through the voices of those who have historical wisdom, expert knowledge of these complex issues or dreams for the future. Listen for perspectives from scientists, conservationists, individuals w ...
 
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Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
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Film-critic, Gary Cogill, has reviewed more than ten thousand films and conducted twenty thousand interviews over a 25+ year career. Wine expert, Hayley Hamilton Cogill, is a Sommelier who travels the world chasing the grape, always in search of the perfect glass. Together they are the perfect pairing. From films like Lawrence Of Arabia to "Heat" to "La La Land," to spectacular Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and traveling through Italy, Spain, Napa and beyond, join them for an inciteful conver ...
 
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Corrie Dietz-Loomis, Englewood neighbor and Ruth Roberts, Lord & Schryver Conservancy, talk about the history of the Englewood neighborhood and Englewood Forest Park.
 
Recording Episode 4 at UrbanWaxx Flagship with Shannon Conley as she talks entrepreneurship | Image Courtesy of UrbanWaxx SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES SUBSCRIBE ON STITCHER Welcome to Episode 4! In today's episode, we are chatting with Shannon Conley, the Founder of UrbanWaxx. We're chatting with Shannon about how and why she started UrbanWaxx and the v ...…
 
Simon Sandusky, Guest Services Manager at the Union Gospel Mission’s men’s shelter in Salem, talks about the different programs offered by UGM, the client assessment protocols UGM uses, UGM’s plans to build a new facility and how he came to be working with our community’s homeless citizens and what he’s learned from that experience..…
 
We're fortunate here in Portland to have such a vibrant community of live storytelling and radio theater. There's Willamette Radio Workshop, Portland Story Theater, Back Fence PDX, the Mystery Box Show, Mortified, and The Moth, just to name a few.One of the most intriguin...
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Jon Furman Series: Exodus The post The God Like No Other appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Kylie Pine, WHC Curator & Collections Manager, discuss the scope of work for a museum curator, as well as what is entailed in producing a major exhibit.
 
Would you like to your kids to talk to you about what matters most?Would you like your kids to have the skills to manage emotions and make good decisions?Would you like to increase the connection between you and your children? There’s an interactive communications card game called “A Penny For Your Thoughts”, which helps spark conversation, con ...…
 
Danial Ficek, Program Manager at the Union Gospel Mission’s men’s shelter in Salem, talks about his work with the homeless, the multiple challenges the homeless face in overcoming the disabilities, despair and shame they live with and his own journey from homelessness and methamphetamine addiction to the counseling work that he does today.…
 
Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett talks about the appointment of an environmental action subcommittee as part of the City’s strategic planning process, the new transit committee and the prospects for a “sobering center.”
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: Exodus The post God’s Holiness is Good appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Every Fourth Friday, Marc interviews Rebecca Maitland and Hope Skelton about things happening in the Downtown Core. Episode 1 July28, 2017: Introductions to the new show, as Marc Albert, Rebecca, and Hope talk about this new cool feature of WWU, with a nod to the alleys downtown. First of a monthly series, on the Fourth Friday of every month. h ...…
 
Jolene Kelly, Krista Carter and Diana Dicky, all from Marion County, talk about how the agency is preparing for the solar eclipse that is predicted to bring tens of thousands of people to the area.
 
Michael Livingston talks with Sheronne Blasi — an auditor for the Secretary of State and member of the City of Salem’s Planning Commission who was elected recently to the Salem-Keizer School Board — about the proposed school bond measure and about her path to a life of public service.
 
Michael Livingston reports on last night’s meeting of the Salem City Council, which included the City’s taking action to make possible the development of a project that will provide 166 units of housing for low-income families.
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Andrew Martin Series: Exodus The post God Provides appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Understanding the Superfund Site at Willamette Harbor This episode of Water World will focus on bringing our listeners up to speed on proposals by the EPA to clean up the Willamette river Superfund site. Scheduled for this live show is Barbara Quinn and Jackie Calder from...
 
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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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Jon Furman Series: Exodus The post Dry Ground appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
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.
 
Welcome back from the Fourth of July break! This episode is going to be the next-to-last one in our Colleges in the Spotlight series because very soon we have to get down to the serious work of where our new crop of high school seniors should be applying to college. So, today we want to take a look at a population that we don’t focus on as much ...…
 
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.
 
Thank you to everyone who voted, because Funemployment Radio was just named the Best Local Podcast by Willamette Week for 2017! This is our second year winning and we're sure that Russians were involved in some sort of hacking attempt, but nonetheless, THANK YOU! Also, a new issue has arisen on Greg's street, we have new E-Bikes from BIKE GALLE ...…
 
Thank you to everyone who voted, because Funemployment Radio was just named the Best Local Podcast by Willamette Week for 2017! This is our second year winning and we're sure that Russians were involved in some sort of hacking attempt, but nonetheless, THANK YOU! Also, a new issue has arisen on Greg's street, we have new E-Bikes from BIKE GALLE ...…
 
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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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: Exodus The post Passover appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
An explosion in the number of vineyards in Oregon proves that wet winters in the Willamette Valley produce quality wines.
 
From our new national anthem to partnering with Russia on cybersecurity at the G19+1 Summit, the political news this week continues to be grim. We also cover the Third Circuit affirming the constitutional right to record police, go through a week’s worth of criminal justice f*ckery (including the extrajudicial summary execution of Dejuan Guillo ...…
 
From our new national anthem to partnering with Russia on cybersecurity at the G19+1 Summit, the political news this week continues to be grim. We also cover the Third Circuit affirming the constitutional right to record police, go through a week’s worth of criminal justice f*ckery (including the extrajudicial summary execution of Dejuan Guillo ...…
 
From our new national anthem to partnering with Russia on cybersecurity at the G19+1 Summit, the political news this week continues to be grim. We also cover the Third Circuit affirming the constitutional right to record police, go through a week’s worth of criminal justice f*ckery (including the extrajudicial summary execution of Dejuan Guillo ...…
 
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Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast
 
This weeks guest can commonly be found giving wedgies to teachers on the playground and he is often time heard giving lectures to turtles about bullseyesing womprats in his T-49 back at home. In fact, he isn't known for any of that shit. Instead this weeks guest on Bizzong! is Nathan Carson who is really known for writing the shit out of a book ...…
 
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BoldDepartures Podcast
 
Emily and Megan visit Portland, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States for an extended weekend. From lines to wines, listen along as they share their favorite Portland experiences! Where we stayed: Megan loves staying local with AirBNB. This basement apartment was in the perfect location, very walkable to the Pearl District ...…
 
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.
 
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.
 
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, which the City Council recently approved.…
 
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 George Washington’s views about “other” religions.
 
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KXL-Beyond The Headlines
 
Ilani Casino in Ridgfield, WA; Willamette River swim with River Huggers Swim Team & Human Access; Parker Furniture local business story; Bloodworks NW offering free blood type tests at Waterfront Blues Festival
 
Understanding the Superfund Site at Willamette Harbor This episode of Water World will focus on bringing our listeners up to speed on proposals by the EPA to clean up the Willamette river Superfund site. Scheduled for this live show is Barbara Quinn and Jackie Calder fr...
 
Travis Williams with Willamette Riverkeepers joins us to tell us about the history and significance of the little-known conservation bill creating Willamette River Greenways, which celebrates its 50th anniversary tomorrow.
 
Travis Williams with Willamette Riverkeepers joins us to tell us about the history and significance of the little-known conservation bill creating Willamette River Greenways, which celebrates its 50th anniversary tomorrow.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Retirement Connection is a comprehensive retirement resource for anyone who wants to know about their retirement options. You can find this resource guide in print, on our website, and via the network. This is your resource guide to connecting those who are 50 and over with the providers who serve them. The Retirement Connection serves Greater ...…
 
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 “accessory dwelling units” (ADUs).
 
Jan & Cindy discusses bills moving through the process this week, including the transportation package
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: Exodus The post God Has a Plan appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Jack Farrell takes us on a trip out West. He explains how Oregon's Willamette Valley became one of America's original wine manufacturers.
 
Jack Farrell takes us on a trip out West. He explains how Oregon's Willamette Valley became one of America's original wine manufacturers.
 
But in 1861, the worst floods in state history turned the Willamette Valley into one giant half-million-acre lake and swept several burgeoning towns away. And, despite our flood-control dams, someday it will probably happen again. (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1704c.willamette-floods-1894-1861-439.html)…
 
Scott Ingalls talks about new activities at the Marion County Fair that are interactive, educational and fun.
 
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