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Our East County Magazine Show's July radio broadcasts are now online, covering hot issues from the Banner Fire to immigrant children to local rallies to save Iraqi Christians. We also interviewed local authors, musicians, a new winery owner, and a representative of the Lions Clubs’ Camp Jack in Descanso for disadvantaged children. Plus we had coverage and analysis of local and national issues, from the minimum wage to  some controversial Supreme Court rulings.

We also rebroadcast of our interview with Sycuan Chairman Daniel Tucker on the tribe’s Emmy Award winning documentary on Kumeyaay history, plus on the 4th of July weekend, we re-aired our “Spirits of 1776” dramatic presentation featuring `interviews’ with our nation’s founding fathers and mothers. Plus we brought you on-the-scene coverage of Descanso Days.

For a full list of interviews and issues on each of our July shows, click here, or click “read more” and scroll down. To listen to future shows, tune in to KNSJ 89.1 FM Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. or listen online live during our broadcasts at www.KNSJ.org.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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Introduction

Viejas Wildfire Alert: Cal Fire declares high fire hazard for holiday weekend

ACLU San Diego files lawsuit against immigration officials for preventing U.S. citizen from returning from Mexico

Free and low-cost rides home and designated driver programs for 4th of July weekend; Sheriff announces DUI patrols

Alpine Fire Protection District appoints replacement for deceased member Jim Archer

Destination East County: festivals and events

East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID

Fireworks safety tips

Spirits of 1776: “Interviews” with Founding Fathers and Mothers (dramatic special presentation)

Closing credits

Friday, July 4, 2014

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Banner Fire updates: Julian 4th of July parade cancelled, evacuations lifted, road closures remain in effect

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Destination East County: festivals and events

My Life site finds San Diego most patriotic city in U.S.

Free and low-cost rides home and designated driver programs for 4th of July weekend; Sheriff announces DUI patrols

Station ID

East County Magazine public service announcement

Spirits of 1776: “Interviews” with Founding Fathers and Mothers (dramatic special presentation)

Supreme Court rules buffer zone around abortion clinics is unconstitutional, despite buffer zone around Supreme Court building

Green Scene:  White House sets up task force to reverse decline in bees and other pollinators

ACLU applauds Supreme Court ruling requiring police to get warrant before searching smart phones (Public News Service)

USFDA approves first wearable exoskeleton device, Rewalk, to help paraplegics stand and walk

Closing credits

Monday, July 7, 2014

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Local Government Report: hot issues on this week’s agendas

Public service announcement: CalTrans work on local highways through 2016

Controversy over immigrant families heats up after Murrieta confrontation; San Diego community members speak out in support of immigrants (sound clips and interview at local rally)

AB 2389 aims to keep jobs in aerospace industry, create new jobs (Public News Service)

Station ID

People Power: Banner fire updates: Julian rallies to help fire survivor

My Life, Social Media Website, finds San Diego most patriotic city in U.S

Capitol Report: Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling: analysis and reactions; 5 Catholic justices rule that workers lose rights to birth control at family-owned corporations that raise religious objections

CalTrans work on local highways announced; public service announcement

East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, Station ID

Sycuan tribe wins Emmy award for documentary film on history of Kumeyaay

Tribal Beat: Interview with Sycuan Chairman Daniel Tucker (rerun of interview taped at debut of  “Our people, our culture, our history” film

Station ID

Bookshelf: Interview with Simonetta Carr, award-winning author of Christian children’s books and a historical novel

Don’t leave pets in hot vehicles: County News Service

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

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La Mesa Council votes to snuff out electronic cigarettes, as one member lights up in protest

Blackwater back in headlines: NY Times reports Blackwater blocked inquiry, company representative threatened to kill State Department’s chief investigator

Newsmaker: Interview with Enrique Morones at Border Angels, on efforts to help immigrant families

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez tours facility housing refugee youths from Central America

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Interview: Lenore Perez, San Diego Symphony, on “Your Song, Your Story” series of free public concerts

East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID, Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts public service announcement

New law legalizes wine-tasting at farmer’s markets

Destination East County: festivals and events

CHP seeks witnesses to July 4 accident that injured children on I-15 north of State Route 52

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Wildest Jobs: Interview with Lakeside’s rodeo cowboy (rerun)

Closing credits

Friday, July 11, 2014

Rerun of July 9 show, which was interrupted during transmission by weather issues

Monday, July 14, 2014

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Iraq updates: House resolution and rally

New bill to allow wine sales at farmer’s markets

Vines and Wines: interview at Hatfield Creek Vineyards

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News:  Grossmont Hospital CEO dies

El Cajon Veterans Commission announces two openings

El Cajon moves forward on Marriott Hotel

Symphony concerts for communities

Cocos Fire arsonist arrested

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, Station ID

Salmonella outbreak linked to chickens

Green Scene: plants with pesticides, sold at big box stores, are killing bees

State weighs water waste fines

Wildest Jobs: interview with Lakeside’s rodeo clown

Wildfire safety tips

Closing credits

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

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New show open

SDG&E to test drone

Jobs Talk: Minimum wage ordinance passed by San Diego City Council

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Woman assaulted in Alpine

Citizens Bond Oversight watchdog member Nick Marinovich resigns

Citizens save children left in hot car

Drought hits local ranchers hard

Green Scene: new plan for Cuyamaca Rancho State Park

Sales tax to drop in El Cajon

Two fires; Mission Trails closed

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement, station ID

East County Magazine wins big at Society of Professional Journalists awardsw

Summer hunger: public service announcement

Crimebeat: Sheriff announces results of Operation Lemon Drop

Silly string found in pepper spray can

When thunder roars: storm safety tips

Station ID

Health: Diet to prevent Alzheimer’s

Destination East County: top festivals and events

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

Friday, July 18, 2014

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Intro

California death penalty found unconstitutional

Dam raise completed at San Vicente

Southwest Railway Library opens (interview on location)

Crimebeat: predator released in East County

Report on Central American child immigrants: Public  News Service

Station ID

Descanso Days coverage on location

BMW vehicle recalls

Green Scene: Palm oil is killing great apes by destroying habitat

When thunder roars: storm safety tips

Water rationing in parts of California

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, East County Magazine public service announcement, station ID

Cleveland National Forest: Elevated fire danger

Destination East County: top festivals and events

Vines and Wines: interview at Hatfield Winery, Ramona

Closing credits

Monday, July 21, 2014

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Introduction

Save Iraqi Christians rally: coverage on location in El Cajon

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Newsmaker: Interview with Ben Kalasho, president, East County Chaldean-American Chamber of Commerce, on the crisis in Iraq

East Count Magazine public service announcement, station ID, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Crimebeat: golf vehicle burglars arrested

Politics: Congressional candidate James Kimber treats homeless vets at Stand Down

On the Road in Julian

Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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Released sexual predator attacks woman in Jacumba

West Nile Virus in East County

Newsmaker: Interview with Dick Rogers on Lions Club’s Camp Jack in Descanso

Station ID

Green Scene: Oil leaks at Ocotillo wind facility

High school football safety

Cats galore: public service announcement for San Diego County’s animal shelter

Walk-in Wednesday weddings at San Diego County Clerk

East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, Station ID

Border children: two governors’ contrasting views

Death at Three Sisters Falls

County deaths

Israel rally

Bayou Brothers interview (rerun)

Friday, July 25, 2014

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Newsmakers: NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton delivers inspiring speech at Boys & Girls Club in La Mesa, kicks off drive to raise funds for new gym

Local government report: hot items on this week’s agendas

Descanso Days (report on location)

Heat warning issued

Destination East County: top festivals and events

Tribal Beat:  Barona Museum’s new exhibit

West Nile Virus in East County

Station ID, East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Bookshelf: Interview with Susan Mahalick, author of My Gold Coast: Baja, a practical guide

Station ID

Newsmaker:  Dick Rogers, Lions’ Club Camp Jack (rerun)

Cleveland National Forest issues fire restrictions

Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts public service announcement

Closing credits

Monday, July 28, 2014

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Iraqi prayer vigil in El Cajon (coverage on location)

Station ID

Immigrant children forum at La Mesa Methodists Church

Listeria warning issued

Hiker dies at Three Sisters Falls

Hiker safety tips

East County Magazine public service announcement, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement, Station ID

Lightning beach warning

Bookshelf: Interview with Anat Tour, children’s book author

Station ID

Interview with singer/songwriter Raelee Nicole (rerun)

SDG&E testing drones

Agricultural Report: Drought hits local ranchers hard

Closing credits

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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Introduction

Wildcat Canyon fire in Lakeside

Water restrictions imposed

Burglars target firefighters’ vehicles

Pulsepoint CPR program: an ap to help save lives

Plague found on Palomar Mountain

Charlotte’s Web: medical marijuana for children draws controversy

Animal cruelty at auctions exposed: Public News Service

Green Scene: Cuyamaca Rancho State Park plan changes proposed

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Offbeat Report: Fund for Animals Wildlife Center (interview on location)

Beach lightning warning

Pepper spray complaint

East County Magazine public service announcement, Station ID, Viejas Wildfire Alerts public service announcement

Destination East County: festivals and events

Jobs Talk: Cal Fire and County Fire Authority representatives discuss firefighting training opportunities