OUR AUGUST RADIO SHOWS ARE NOW ONLINE: LISTEN NOW!

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November 22, 2015 (San Diego’s East County) - - -Our August 2015 radio shows are now online!  You can listen online now (sound files may take a minute to load). For links to listen to the shows plus a full list of topics and interviews in August, click here and scroll down.

Our newsmaker interviews included the new Jamul Indian tribal chair, Erica Pinto  and casino manager Richard St. Jean, Ku’uipo Lawler, owner of the new Pacific Islander Beer Company in Santee (photo, right), Mark Arabo and Aamir Moshe speaking out on Iraqis detained by ICE at Otay(photo, left), Dr. Richard O. Butcher, National Medical Asosciation’s practitioner of the year, Barona tribal council member Beth Glasco on the Barona pow-wow, "Boltman" Dan Jareqgui and NFL anti-trust lawyer James Quinn on keeping the Chargers in town, along with representatives from Diego Valley Charter school, Hawley Vets Center, and Visionary Dance Theatre.

The East County Magazine Show airs Mondays and Fridays from 5 to 6 p.m. on KNSJ, 89.1 FM.  The shows rerun on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. and Saturdays at 8 a.m. Pacific Standard Time.

Audio links to listen to shows are at the bottom of this page, below the index of shows.

Monday, August 3, 2015

Intro

ECM wins Society of Professional Journalists awards

Iraqis protest detention at ICE prison in Otay (coverage at the scene)

Station ID

Dimaggio family files wrongful death suit against FBI in Hannah Anderson case

Planned Parenthood vote in Congress: Public News Service

Green Scene: Tule wind power purchase

ECM public service announcement and station ID

Rerun of award-winning interview with Kurdish woman on Mideast turmoil and her family’s struggle

Night out against crime

Public News Service Daily News

Closing credits

Friday, August 7, 2015

Intro

Newsmakers: Mark Arabo and Aamir Moshe on Iraqi detainees

ECM wins SPJ awards

Green Scene: San Diego climate change action plan

Juveniles can have crimes reduced

Bobcat trapping ban approved

Capitol Report: Planned Parenthood funding cut blocked

Presidential Race part 3:  Rubio and Cruz

Destination East County: festivals and events

Wildfire evacuation tips

SDSU expansion blocked

National news from Public News Service

Dimaggio’s sister sues FBI in Hannah Anderson case

Closing credits

Monday, August 10, 2015

Intro

Wildfire updates across California

Green Scene: El Monte Preserve

Air quality in California: Public News Service

Weather forecast

Clear the Shelters Day Aug. 15

Station ID

Tribal Beat: interviews with Jamul tribal leader Erica Pinto and Richard St. Jean

Station ID, ECM public service announcement

Crimebeat: Lemon Grove DUI crashes

Wifi safety

People Power: Hawley Vets Center

Evacuation tips

Animal Tales: Roy Toft, wildlife photographer (rerun)

Closing credits

Friday, August 14, 2015

Intro

Gold mine spill threatens western waterways

Supervisors back limits on drones

Iraqi deportations

Chargers honor Junior Seau’s memory

Stadium updates

Egg shortage

Otay murder

Presidential race part 4: O’Mally and Jindal

Destination East County: festivals and events

ECM public service announcement, station ID

Hearts and Hands needs a hand

Newsmaker (rerun): Hearts and Hands zebra rescue

Carjacker in Spring Valley arrested

Ramona water rate hike

Closing credits

Monday, August 17, 2015

Intro

El Cajon Police Chief resigns

Fire planes: County takes action

Highway 94 issues

Midair collision

Newsmakers from Diego Charter School

Tribal Beat (rerun): Jamul tribal chair Erica Pinto and Richard St. Jean

Gary McClintock Obituary

Sounds of History (rerun): Interview with Gary McClintock, famed saddle maker from Descanso

CA sued over English learners

Daisy stolen horse statue found in Alpine

 SDSU student filmmakers nominated for Emmy

Uber to hire seniors

Egg shortage

Vehicle wildfire tips

La Mesa Youth Advisory committee openings

Dig safety tips

Closing credits

Friday, August 25, 2015

(note, our Aug. 21 show did not air due to technical difficulties and was aired on Aug. 24 instead)

Intro

Soitec solar deal dead

Agricultural Alert: Fruit fly quarantine

Chargers sign Rivers

Boltman says Chargers violating anti-trust

Ferret initiative

Green Scene: Sand mine scoping

Station ID

Destination East County: Festivals and events

ECM public service announcement, station ID

Newsmaker: Dr. Richard O. Butcher, national practitioner of the year

Uber hiring seniors

SDG&E PSA: Dig

Closing credits

Monday, August 28, 2015

Intro

El Monte sand mine scoping meeting

Kidnap attempt in Alpine

El Nino forecast

Planned Parenthood protests

Iguana captured by police

Station ID

Newsmakers: Visionary Dance Theatre

Station ID, ECM public service announcement

Destination East County: festivals and events

Station ID

Tribal Beat: Barona Pow-wow, Beth Glasco

Student loan consolidations: AG warning

Jury scam

Closing credits

Monday, August 31, 2015



Intro

Cal Trans forum

Turkey bacon recall

Newsmaker: Dan Jaregui, "Boltman" and attorney James Quinn on a possible anti-trust action to keep the Chargers in town

Newsmaker: Pacific Islander Beer Company Ku’uipo Lawler

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