SEPTEMBER 2013 PODCASTS ARE NOW ONLINE: LISTEN TO OUR SHOWS HERE

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September 30, 2012 (San Diego's East County)--We had a great lineup of guests in September!  Our radio shows are now posted,  so you can listen to shows you  missed.  Below are links, along with a lineup of guests each day including Sheriff Bill Gore, Supervisor Dianne Jacob, climate change expert Eve Simmons, Noori Barka from the Chaldean American Institute, Van Collinsworth from Preserve Wild Santee, Helix Water’s Joel Scalzetti, and others including local authors, musicians, historians, and more.

Three ways to listen: 

1.  On-air broadcasts of our show run 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. 

2. If you can’t hear the signal, you can listen live during broadcasts at www.knsj.org

3. To listen online to our September shows, click “read more” below and scroll down to read a lineup of guests on each day’s show. (Note: you can find older shows further down the page you're now on.)

Monday, September 30, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/h02ajomctp/ecmshowsept30-2013.mp3

Newsmaker: Sheriff Bill Gore discusses impacts of prison realignment

Local officers receive Medal of Valor from Governor for saving fallen officers in Lakeside shootout

Local Government Report: Lemon Grove Council and Lakeside Community Planning Group agenda items

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine, be a citizen volunteer and send in story ideas

Station ID

CPUC hearing on San Onofre costs

Tribal Beat: Notorious gambler charged with card-marking scheme at Barona Casino

Good news for veterans:  Jacob to introduce plan to bring vets’ services to libraries countywide

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Court rules Navy must restrict sonar tests to protect whales

Cedar Fire memorial to be dedicated Oct. 26 on 10 year anniversary of firestorm

Campo residents outraged over state proposal to release violent sexual predator

Ready, Set, Grow:  Fall vegetables planting guide

Bookshelf: Richard Musio, author of The Rise

Public Service Announcement: Cal Fire

Closing Credits

Friday, September 27, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/eaeu4tbblz/ecmshowsept27-2013.mp3

 

Red Flag Alert issued for fire danger

Fires along I-8 could be arson

Legislative update on bills signed by Governor

Destination East County: this week’s top festivals, attractions and community events

Health Alert:  First cases of dangerous drug Krokodil in U.S. found in Arizona

Green Scene: Supervisors approve work plan for renewable energy  but stakeholders’ advisory committee  is stacked with energy industry representatives

Public Service Alert: Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts

Public Service Alert: East County Magazine – be a citizen journalist , send in news tips

Station ID

San Diego Mayoral race updates

Bookshelf: Nancy Holder, New York Times best-selling horror and fantasy author

Ready, Set, Grow: Fall vegetable planting guide

Viejas Wildfire and Emergency Alerts

Marijuana initiative circulates to decriminalize marijuana and hemp use

People Power: James Pearson, Ember Arts, on his Fair Trade businesses selling Aicholi beads

Sierra Club needs help to rebuild Foster Lodge and cabin lost in Chariot Fire

 

  

 

 

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/1e5dwfavf3/ecmshowsept25-2013.mp3

 

Newsmaker: Claudia Millerbragg, on her efforts to bring County Veterans Services to rural East County

Destination East County: Top festivals, attractions and community events

Job Talks: Minimum wage to rise

Watch out for scam artists posing as water agency employees

Ready, Set, Grow:  Fall vegetable planting guide

News: Monsanto protections slipped into spending bill

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Green Scene:  Sierra Club seeks help to reopen Foster Lodge and rebuild cabin lost in Chariot Fire

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – be a citizen journalist and send news tips

Station ID

Sounds of History: Richard Pennick, Park II (Pacific Southwest Railway Association) – shares his adventures

Health alert: plague found in squirrels on Palomar Mountain

Ready, Set, Grow:  California Native Plant Society event

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Crimebeat: Cold case murder in Alpine solved

East County Trivia Quiz

Public Service Announcement: County Animal Services lowers cat adoption fees

Closing credits

 

Monday, September 23, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/h0xhwk9421/ecmshow-sept23-2013.mp3

Capitol Report: House Republicans threaten shutdown, seek to defund federal healthcare reforms

Local government report:  El Cajon red light cameras, Renewable energy plan

Green Scene: Eve Simmons, Citizens Climate Change Lobby, on climate change

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Public Service Announcement: Cal Fire tips for babysitters

Station ID

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – be a citizen volunteer, send in news tips

Job Talks: Sandra Williams, on SDSU Career fairs for students and alumni

Ranchers gather for “branding” of Descanso Junction tables at Buckel Brand

Scammers, Schemers and Swindlers: financial scams and a scheme bilking businesses seeking to improve online reputations

Sierra Club seeks help to reopen Foster Lodge and rebuild cabin lost in Chariot Fire

Public  Service Announcement: West Nile Virus

Interview with Thell Fowler on his son, Jerry, survivor who fell 35 feet down a well in Potrero

Closing Credits

 

Friday, September 20, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/20yox7j8km/ecmshow-september20-2013.mp3

Interview with Thell Fowler on his son, Jerry, survivor who fell 35 feet down a well in Potrero

Local Government Report:  Castlerock, Lemon Grove Planning Commission vacancy, Renewable Energy work plan

Destination East County: This week’s top festivals, attractions and community events

Mayoral race update: Saldana endorses Alvarez; Aguirre enters race

Green Scene:  Simon Mayeski, 350.org, on Keystone Pipeline protest

Station ID

Fracking bill passes

Health alert: Plague found at Palomar Mountain campground

Job Talks: Mary England, La Mesa Chamber of Commerce’

Newsmaker: Dayna Dunbar, Covered California, new benefits under Affordable Healthcare Act

Closing Credits

 

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 – rerun of September 11 program

Monday, September 16, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/yyc73se4p8/ecmshowsept16-2013.mp3

 

Newsmaker: David Genser, San Diego Debate Club and Civilized Conversation

Green Scene:  San Diego Renewable Energy Society’s Sustainabilty Tour & East County Solar Guy

Job Talks: Mary England, La Mesa Chamber of Commerce

Health Alert: West Nile Virus

Station ID

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – be a citizen journalist, send in story ideas

Bookshelf:  Richard Musio, author of The Rise

Logging bill HR 1526 sets dangerous precedent on public lands, environmentalists warn

Fracking regulation bill passes Legislature; key safeguards removed

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Sounds of History: Dick Pennick, Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association

Farm Report:  Agricultural Facts

Closing Credits

 

Friday, September 13, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/e1not8vsfv/ecmshow-9-13-13.mp3

Local government report:  Energy work plan, equine ordinance, La Mesa PBID, Live Oak Sprigs Water, Castlerock , highway 94 improvements

Green Scene: Van Collinsworth, Preserve Wild Santee, shares concerns on Castlerock housing project

Chaldean Corner:  Noori Barka , Chaldean American Institute and organizer of Chaldean Festival

Destination East County: This week’s top festivals, attractions and community events

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Public Service Announcement: County of San Diego cool zones

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – be a citizen journalist and send in news tips

Station ID

Newsmaker: Eldonna Lay, El Cajon Historical Society president and author, Valley of Opportunity

Scammers, Schemers and Swindlers: financial scams and a scheme bilking businesses seeking to improve online reputations

Fire preparedness tips

Closing credits

 

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/mo8c6rx8d8/ecmshowsept11-2013.mp3

 

Newsmaker: Robert German, Citizens Against Gillespie Existence

Scammers, Schemers and Swindlers:  financial scams and a scheme bilking businesses seeking to improve online reputations

Destination East County: This week’s top festivals and community events

How prepared are you for an emergency?

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – be a citizen journalist and send in news tips

Public Service Announcement: County Animal Services overstocked on cats, lowers adoption fees

Station ID

Bookshelf:  Diana Lindsey, president of Sunbelt Publications and author of 11 publications

Job Talks:  Heartland Coalition’s Mark Hanson and others on YouthBuild education and job training

Reel to Reel:  Interview with band  “Look Up Here”; song “Seven”

Closing Credits

 

Monday, September 9, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/nm64tzcgu0/ecmshowsept9-2013.mp3

 

Newsmaker: Supervisor Dianne Jacob on her vision for agritourism and a tiered equine ordinance

Tips to avoid heat stroke

Green Scene: Supervisor Dianne Jacob on renewable energy workplan hearing

Destination East County: This week’s festivals and community events

News announcement: SDG&E wants ratepayers to pay for San Onofre decommissioning

Sempra Energy protest – event coverage

County to charge hikers for rescue services, if hikers violate laws

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Station ID

Missing 12-year-old boys in Chula Vista

Crimebeat:  Sycuan offers $100,000 reward in Xusha Brown murder case; gunned down on freeway

Hot weather tips for your pets

Bookshelf: Terry Ambrose, mystery and suspense author and columnist

Vines and Wines: Don Rutkoff, viticulture instructor

Covered California: Affordable Care Act options rolling out

On the Road: Jacumba Hot Springs

Closing credits

 

Friday, September 6, 2013 – did not air due to lightning knocking tower off line

 

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/37241f7utf/ecmshowsept4-2013.mp3

 

Newsmaker: Joel Scalzetti, Helix Water, shares concerns that Lake Jennings could be closed or privatized

Crimebeat:  Mt. Helix shooter kills self

Warning to motorists: Phony cop steals vehicle

Covered California rolls out healthcare options under Affordable Care Act

Destination East County: this week’s top festivals and community events

Public Service Announcement: Cal Fire tips for babysitters

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Job Talks: Eric Lund, General Manager, East County Chamber of Commerce

Public Service Announcement: East County Magazine – become a citizen journalist & send in news tips

Station ID

Newsmaker: Donna Tisdale, Chair of Boulevard Planning Group, on battling big energy projects

Sounds of History: Richard Pennick, Pacific Southwest Railway Museum

Closing credits

 

Monday, September 2, 2013

 

http://k002.kiwi6.com/hotlink/76wfz835dz/ecmshowsept2-2013.mp3

 

Labor Day message

Green Scene: What’s polluting waterways in Ocotillo?

People Power: Rev. Eric Smith, on overcoming addiction

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire Alerts

Rim Fire report

Newsmakers:  Cedar Fire Surivvor Mark Hanson, PhD

Station ID

ECM announcement

Sempra energy protest over AB 327 threat to rooftop solar

Public Service Announcement: County of San Diego cool zones

Education report:  GUHSD test scores improve

On the Road:  Santee Lake

Public News Service report on sobriety checkpoints

“Impossible Railroad” line may be restored

Wild weather: weekly report

Vines and Wines: Don Rutkoff, viticulture instructor

Public  Service Announcement: County Animal shelters lower adoption fees for cats in September

Public Service Announcement: Viejas Wildfire & Emergency Alerts

Closing credits