LISTEN TO OUR RADIO SHOW –PODCASTS FOR JULY SHOWS NOW ONLINE!

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Podcasts of all shows in July are now posted -- so you can listen to shows you  missed.   Below are links, along with a lineup of our guests each day.

Our show schedule has changed. It now runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., and repeats Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on KNSJ 89.1 FM.  If you can’t hear the signal, you can listen live at www.knsj.org  or click “read more” below and scroll down to hear podcasts whenever you wish!

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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  • Dave Patterson, Veterans for Peace, on national protest against drones set for August 15 in San Diego
  • KNSJ launch party announcement
  • News story:  San Diego approves prevailing wage ordinance
  • Jobs Talk: Underwriting message, nonprofit San Diego Building Trades Family Housing Corp.
  • Jobs Talks: Johnny Simpson, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on solar jobs
  • News story: Tiger dies of ruptured disk at Lions, Tigers and Bears in Alpine
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire Alerts
  • Station ID
  • On the Road in East County: Mission Trails Regional Park
  • Ready, Set, Grow: Plants to avoid in your garden
  • Bookshelf: Judy Reeves, Writers Ink founder, playwright, award-winning author and international conference presenter
  • CrimeBeat: Gunfire, K-9 deployed in arrest of fugitive in El Cajon
  • Destination East County:  This week’s top festivals and events, from ice skating nights to fly days (2x)
  • Green Scene: Counting sheep- annual bighorn sheep count
  • KNSJ launch party announcement

 

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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  • Newsmakers:  Jerrie Dean,  founder, Missing Persons of America (missingpersonsofAmerica.com)
  • Destination East County:  top festivals and events this week, from ice skating nights to fly days
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • KNSJ launch party announcement
  • Tribal Beat:  Richard Carrico, anthropologist, instructor, and author of Strangers in a Stolen Land on Kumeyaay Native American history in our region
  • Jobs Talk: Underwriting message, nonprofit San Diego Building Trades Family Housing Corp.
  • Jobs Talks: Johnny Simpson, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers on solar jobs
  • Sounds of History: Jack Dougherty, member of Lemon Grove’s first City Council, reflects on Jamacha Schoolhouse and local history
  • People Power: James Pearson, Ember Arts, on how his fair trade business founded in East County helped rescue Ugandan woman from working in a rock quarry
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • News story: Hunger strike in 11 California prisons over long-term solitary confinement
  • Public Service Announcement: nonprofit Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Monday, July 29, 2013

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  • Newsmakers: Steve Bartholow, Santee Patch.com Editor, on eminent domain vote that impacts 99 homes in Santee
  • Wildfire Report: Brush fires in la Mesa and Tecate
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts
  • CrimeBeat Report: El Cajon couple arrested for death of baby left overnight in car (3x)
  • On the Road in East County: Mission Trails Regional Park
  • KNSJ launch party announcement
  • Green Scene:  Colorado River Day
  • Public Service Announcement:  County Cool Zones
  • Donation message: nonprofit East County Magazine
  • Newsmakers:  Alpine community leaders react to Grand Jury Report on Grossmont Union High School actions regarding Alpine High School
  • Tribal Beat:  Richard Carrico, anthropologist, instructor, and author of Strangers in a Stolen Land on Kumeyaay Native American history in our region
  • Public Service Alert for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting and alerts

Friday, July 26, 2013

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  • Newsmakers:  Doug Deane, Chris Loarie and Sal Casamassima on Grand Jury findings regarding Grossmont Union High School District and the proposed Alpine High School
  • Donation message for nonprofit East County Magazine
  • Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest for wildfire reporting, alerts and nonprofit community news
  • Breaking news: County Democratic Party asks Mayor Bob Filner to resign amid new allegations of sexual harassment
  • Capital Report: House votes to allow spying on phone and internet records; San Diego Congressional members vote against amendment to curb NSA surveillance of Americans
  • East County Trivia Quiz
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • KNSJ Launch party announcement at Mission Trails Regional Park
  • I-15 to be closed this weekend
  • Public Service Announcement: County Cool Zones
  • Public Service Announcement:  Property Assessor advises Chariot Fire victims of tax relief
  • Destination East County: Top festivals and events this weekend
  • Sounds of History: Bryon Harrington, author of Campo: The Forgotten Gunfight and Western reenactor
  • Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting, alerts and community news

Thursday, July 25, 2013

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  • Newsmakers: Congressman Susan Davis on bill to address privacy for online shoppers
  • KNSJ launch party annoucement at Mission Trails Regional Park
  • Motorist alert: I-15 to close southbound this weekend; interview with CalTrans
  • Donation message: nonprofit East County Magazine
  • Public Health Alert: Whooping cough exposure for travelers at San Diego’s Lindberg Field
  • Public Service Announcement from CDC on whooping cough vaccinations
  • Destination East County: This week’s top festivals and attractions, from Pine Valley Days to County parks attractions
  • News report:  Farmworkers seek protection from pesticides
  • Public Service Announcement: nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting, alerts and community news
  • Destination East County (rerun)
  • Underwriting message: nonprofit Building Trades Council Family Housing Corporation
  • Jobs Talk: Tom Lemmon,   Joint apprenticeship programs in San Diego County as pathways to careers
  • Ready, Set Grow:  Mistakes homeowners make in landscaping
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • People Power:  American success story: Viktoriya  Sinnelnikov, Ukranian immigrant and valedictorian at Cuyamaca College
  • Public Service Announcement: nonprofit East County Magazine Wild West Fest benefit for wildfire reporting, alerts and community reporting
  • Public Service Announcement:  County Assessor advises Chariot Fire victims that property tax relief is available
  • Donation message: nonprofit East County Magazine
  • On the Road in East County: Santee Lakes
  • KNSJ launch party announcement at Mission Trails Regional Park

Wednesday, July 24,2013

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  • Newmakers: John Mattes, Emmy-award-winning consumer reporter and spokesman, Much Better Choices, on petition to get money back for SDG&E ratepayers
  • Breaking news alert: Lawsuit challenging fire parcel fees heard in state court
  • Public Service Announcement: Rising from the Ashes fundraiser for Shrine Camp fire victims
  • Donation message from nonprofit East County Magazine
  • Public Service Announcement for East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting, alerts, and community news
  • Public Service Announcement: County Clerk offers “walk in Wednesdays” for marriages
  • Destination East County: This week’s top festivals and events, from Pine Valley Days to County Parks activities
  • Sounds of History:  Bryon Harrington, author of Campo, the Forgotten Gunfight and Western reenactor
  • Public Service Announcement for East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest benefit for wildfire reporting, alerts and community reporting
  • Public Service Announcement: County cool zones
  • News story: Operation Allied Shield – 400 arrests
  • Tribal Beat: Richard Carrico, anthoropologist, instructor and author of Strangers in a Stolen Land on Kumeyaay history in our region
  • Public Service Announcement:  Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts Service
  • Vines & Wines: Owners of Ramona Ranch Winery and publisher of Ramona Wine Region magazine
  • Public Service Announcement: County Assessor-Record advises Chariot Fire victims on property tax reassessment rights
  • Agricultural Report: Asian citrus psyllid threatens state citrus industry

 

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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  • Breaking news: Gloria Allred holds press conference with woman filing sexual harassment claim against Mayor Filner; calls for resignation mount
  • Newsmakers: Estela de las Rios on Supreme Court’s action striking down a portion of Voting Rights Act
  • Sounds of History:  Bryon Harrington, author of Campo the Forgotten Gunfight and member of two Western reenactment groups
  • Public  Service Announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting, alerts and community news
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • News story: Operation Allied Shield arrests
  • Destination East County:   This week’s top events in East County
  • Donation message for nonprofit East County Magazine
  • People Power: Viktoriya  Sinnelnikov, Ukranian immigrant and valedictorian at Cuyamaca College
  • Ready, Set, Grow: Biggest mistakes homeowners make in landscaping
  • News bulletin: I-15 south to close this weekend
  • Missing Person Bulletin: Kenneth Lamb, Spring Valley man with dementia
  • On the Road in East County: Santee
  • Public Service  Announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest
  • Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Donation message for nonprofit East County Magazine’s community news
  • Bookshelf: Matt Palamari, award-winning author of  Land Without Evil on shamanism and ancient culture

Monday, July 22, 2013

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  • Newsmakers: Bill Powers, San Diego Energy Foundation, working to create an alternative to SDG&E – a people-powered power company
  • Missing Person Bulletin:  Kenneth Lamb, 79, Spring Valley man with dementia
  • Weekend weather report:  Storm warning – flash flooding threat
  • Capitol Report:  Interview with Congressman John Lewis on his new book, March, about his recollections of the Civil Rights movement
  • Public service announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest
  • Tribal Beat: Richard Carrico, anthoropologist, instructor and author of Strangers in a Stolen Land on Kumeyaay history in our region
  • Public Service Annoumcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alert Service
  • On the Road: Jacumba Hot Springs
  • Sounds of History: Lisa Wood, equestrian, biologist, explorer and author of Chasing the California Dream
  • Historical tale: The Impossible Railway
  • Green Scene: San Diego River Park master plan approved
  • Wildest Jobs:  Interview with beekeeper Dragan Jurich, Bee Happy
  • Public Service Announcement: County cool zones
  • Public Service Announcement for nonprofit East County Magazine’s Wild West Fest to benefit wildfire reporting, alerts and nonprofit community news
  • Public Service Announcement for UNITY (United Indian Youth) recycling event to benefit tribal youth programs

 

Friday, July 19, 2013

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  • Newsmakers: David Ross , Valley Roadrunner editor, discusses his joint investigation with East County Magazine on rural fire departments rebelling against County attempts to take them over
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Hiker death in Ramona; hiking safety reminders
  • Wild West Fest announcement to fund wildfire reporting
  • Update on Mayor Filner controversy: reactions range from calls for a recall to supporters urging due process
  • Destination East County : top events this weekend (rerun)
  • On the Road:  Santee Lakes (rerun)
  • East County Trivia Quiz (rerun)
  • El Cajon Council votes to hire architect for reopening East County Performing Arts Center
  • Dayna Dunbar discusses federal and state”Covered California” healthcare reforms (rerun)
  • Wild West Fest announcement to benefit wildfire reporting
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Donate to  support our nonprofit reporting
  • Green Scene:  Counting Sheep – results of annual bighorn sheep tally

Thursday,  July 18, 2013   

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  • Newsmakers:  Michael Benoit, Libertarian Party and Hugh Moore, Green Party discuss threats to civil liberties
  • Arsonist arrested in Cuyamaca fire
  • Active shooter training at Grossmont College
  • Wild West Fest announcement to fund wildfire reporting
  • Destination East County : This week’s top events
  • Bookshelf: Mark A. Clements, award-winning horror novelist (rerun)
  • West Nile Virus found in Lakeside
  • Green Scene: bladeless wind turbines (rerun)
  • Off Beat Report: Rudy Reyes tells about his experience on a reality cooking show
  • Jobs Talk:  Chamber of Commerce general manager Eric Lund (rerun)
  • Wild West Fest announcement to fund wildfire reporting
  • Public service announcement: County cool zones
  • Comic-Con trolley service expanded 

 

 

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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  • Wild West Fest benefit for nonprofit wildfire reporting
  • Newsmaker: Miriam Raftery interviews Robert Lundahl, Emmy award-winning filmmaker of “Who Are My People.” The documentary chronicles the destruction of ancient Native American geoglyphs on public lands.
  • Destination East County (rerun): Top news and events this week
  • Green Scene:  Counting sheep in Anza Borrego Desert State Park
  • Wildfire preparedness: Sholeh Sisson discusses defensible space
  • People Power *rerun) : Victories of Spirit recipient Johanna Guzman describes her recovery from injuries sustained while saving her son’s life
  • Public service announcement: County Health & Human Services hosts forum for veterans and military members for Courage to Call program
  • On the Road:  (rerun) Mike Hancock and Miriam Raftery take you on a road trip to Santee Lakes
  • Tribal Beat (rerun): Jin Hannibal, Native American flute player and flutemaker
  • ECM editor Miriam Raftery discusses social justice and its relevance in East County (rerun)
  • Public service announcement; Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • Vines and Wines: (rerun) owners of Ramona Ranch Winery and publisher of Ramona Wine Growing Region magazine
  • Comicon expands trolley service during Comicon (rerun)
  • Wild West Fest benefit for nonprofit wildfire reporting

 

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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  • Newsmakers:  Ex-Assemblywoman Lori Saldana reveals that she warned party leaders about inappropriate sexual advances made by Bob Filner toward several women. The Mayor now faces calls for his resignation amid allegations of sexual harassment.  Saldana, who taught a course titled “Sex, Power and Politics,” also reflects on differences between men and women in politics,
  • Destination East County:  Host Ariele Johanssen shares the most exciting events coming up this week across East County.
  • Attention earthlings! Trolley service expanded during Comicon    
  • Green Scene:  Sierra Robinson reports on bladeless wind turbines
  • Rebecca Williams interviews Cedar Fire hero Rudy Reyes, who is now cooking up a new career after an appearance on a reality TV show
  • Bookshelf:  Award-winning horror novelist Mark A. Clements, emcee of the San Diego Book Awards
  • Capitol Report:  Congresswoman Susan Davis discusses her bill that seeks to provide oversight of a secretive government agency that has killed thousands of wildlife animals in San Diego County
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Connie Beck tells how to mulch your garden in this summer heat
  • People Power: Jamul resident James Pearson of Ember Arts tells how he helped women escape toiling in a rock quarry in Uganda by starting up a Fair Trade jewelry business.

Monday, July 15, 2013

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  • Special report: Wild horses face eviction
  • Recovery resources for Chariot Fire victims
  • Bill Powers and Lori Saldana, San Diego Sierra Club, on losses sustained n the Chariot Fire
  • Robert Lundahl interviews ECM editor Miriam Raftery on ECM’s latest awards, including the Sol Price Award for Responsible Journalism
  • Donation message
  • Tribal Beat: Jim Hannibal, Native American flute player and flutemaker
  • Public service announcement:  County Health & Human Services hosts veterans and military forum on Courage to Call program
  • Bookshelf (rerun): Award-winning historical novelist Roger Conlee
  • On the Road in East County:  Mike Hancock and Miriam Raftery take you on a road trip to Santee Lakes
  • Vines and Wines:  Owners of Ramona Ranch Winery and publisher of Ramona Valley Wine Region Magazine
  • The Funny Pages: Iris Neal provides a comic’s take on a recent wild news story
  • Public service announcement: Assemblyman Jones announces  photo contest with East County Magazine
  • People Power: Johanna Guzman, a Sharp Healthcare “Victories of Spirit” winner, describes her recovery from a tragic accident in which she was seriously injured while saving her son’s life
  • Pubilc service announcement: County cool zones
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

 

Friday, July 12, 2013

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  • Newsmaker: Dayna Dunbar provides information on new healthcare options for consumers through federal and state healthcare reforms,  benefits and details of Covered California plans with enrollment starting in October
  • East County Magazine Trivia Quiz (Friday fun time)
  • Tribal Beat (rerun): Eric Runningpath, Native American dancer and cultural/peace ambassador
  • Public service announcement: County cool zones
  • Destination East County (rerun): festivals and events this week
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts
  • Agricultural report (rerun): Citrus threat
  • July 4 “Spirits of 1776” dramatic presentation (rerun): Interviews with America’s founding fathers and mothers

 

Thursday, July 11, 2013

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  • Congresswoman Susan Davis on widespread wildlife killings locally by a secretive federal agency
  • Chariot Fire update: ECM producer Miriam Raftery also discusses history of Viejas Wildfire Alerts and how social media has improved getting information to the public on emergencies
  • Destination East County (rerun) : This week’s festivals and attractions
  • Job Talks (rerun): Interview with Eric Lund, general manager, East County Chamber of Commerce
  • Public service announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts
  • ECM editor Miriam Raftery discusses social justice and its relevance in East County (rerun)
  • Green Scene: Duncan McFetridge, Cleveland National Forest, discusses lawsuit against San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) over its land use and transportation climate change plan
  • Ready, Set Grow (rerun): Water-saving gardening tips
  • True tale from our past:  Efforts to restore the “Impossible Railway” desert-to-mountains railroad line through East County
  • Public service announcement for Cal-Fire:  Rewards for arson arrests
  • Chaldean Corner (rerun):  Father Michael Bazzi discusses history of Iraqi Chaldean people
  • Bookshelf (rerun):  Former reporter and award-winning historical author Roger Conlee
  • Public service announcement (rerun): Lost dogs in county shelters after July 4
  • Sierra Robinson discusses her internship experience with East County Magazine
  • Nadin Abbott, ECM wildfire reporter provides advice to prepare for wildfires (rerun)
  • How you can support East County Magazine’s nonprofit media
  • Weekend weather report

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

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  • Newsmaker: Terry Weiner, Desert Protective Council and Solar Done Right, discusses the DPC’s lawsuit to protect the desert and alternatives to industrial-scale energy projects on desert lands
  • People Power:  James Pearson, Ember Arts, tells how his Fair Trade jewelry company saved Ugandan women war refugees from toiling in a rock quarry
  • Local government report: Santee considers eminent domain and will also determine whether to assess charges for weed removal. Santee also honors rock climbers who removed graffiti
  • Sounds of History:  Lisa Woods, equestrian, biologist and author who retraced a historic 1910 ride from San Diego’s East County to Oregon
  • Wildest Jobs:  Beekeeper Dragon Jurich of Bee Happy discusses a beekeeping revival in our region
  • “Restore the Fourth” rally in San Diego calls on Congress to halt domestic spying and restore Fourth Amendment constitutional rights
  • Commentary on homeless woman veteran’s tragic  fate in Lakeside
  • Interview with Jeeni Criscenzo, Amikas, on her efforts to build group homes for homeless women veterans, including a home in East County
  • Tribal Beat (rerun): Eric Runningpath, Native American dancer and cultural/peace ambassador
  • Vines and Wines (rerun): San Pasqual Winery owners on changing prohibition law in La Mesa and opening La Mesa’s first winery
  • On the Road in East County (rerun): Jacumba Hot Springs

 

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

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  • Newsmaker:  Immigrant rights leader Estela de los Rios provides update on immigration bill in Congress
  • Job Talk:  Eric Lund, new general manager of the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce discusses his vision for the Chamber and growing our regional economy
  • Destination East County:  Upcoming festivals and activities in East County, from Descanso Days to outdoor movies to KNSJ’s launch party
  • Update on Ocotillo wind blade failure cause
  • Green Scene:  Duncan McFetridge, head of Cleveland National Forest Foundation, discusses Supervisors’ effort to undermine Forest Conservation Initiative and open up wilderness lands inside Cleveland National Forest for development
  • Public service announcement: Lost dogs in county shelters
  • Chaldean Corner: Father Michael Bazzi with St. Peter’s Cathedral talks about the history and heritage of East County’s Iraqi Chaldeans
  • Assemblyman Brian Jones: announcement of photo contest with East County Magazine
  • Cal Fire public service announcement: Reward for arson arrests
  • Local government report:  Lemon Grove Council tables resolution to oppose Citizens’ United ruling that gave corporations rights to virtually unlimited campaign contributions; Santee weighs eminent domain for street widenings and more;  San Diego Planning Commission to hold hearing on Castlerock master-planned community on San Diego-Santee boundary
  • Bookshelf:  Former reporter and award-winning historical novelist Roger Conlee
  • Public service announcement: County cool zones
  • Producer Miriam Raftery discusses the meaning of social justice and its relevance in East County
  • Ready, Set, Grow:  Water-wise gardening tips

Monday, July 8, 2013

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  • Welcoming remarks : ECM editor/show producer Miriam Raftery
  • Newsmaker: El Cajon Councilman Gary Kendrick:  reopening East County Performing Arts Center
  • County public service announcement: cool zones
  • Green Scene Report: Engineer Jim Pelley and Attorney Bill Pate discuss serious safety issues and cast doubts on wind speed projections at Ocotillo Express Wind project
  • Capitol Report: Congresswoman Susan Davis discusses doubling of student loan rates
  • On the Road In East County:  Jacumba Hot Springs
  • Vines and Wines:  Mike and Linda McWilliams, San Pasqual Winery, discuss their successful efforts to change La Mesa’s prohibition on winemaking and opening of La Mesa’s first winery
  • Assemblyman Jones:  announces photo contest with East County Magazine
  • Tribal Beat:  Native American dancer and international cultural/peace ambassador Eric Runningpath
  • Agricultural report:  Citrus industry threat
  • Wildfire news update:   Nadin Abbott offers advice from Cal Fire to prepare for fire season
  • Cal Fire public service announcement:  Reward for arson arrests
  • County public service alert:  Lost dogs after 4th of July fireworks

 

July 4, 2013