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Jefferson Exchange | September 19, 2013
5:03 pm
Wed September 18, 2013

Rogue Valley Food Projects On The Grow

Credit Ashland Food Project

Paul Giancarlo and Jane Maynard discuss how the Food Project works.

Donations to food banks tend to run higher during the holiday season.

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Jefferson Exchange | September 19, 2013
11:54 am
Wed September 18, 2013

Beating Addiction: "Digging Holes in My Soul"

Credit Dean Scholl

An interview with the author.

Dean Scholl thought he was just living life to its fullest.

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Jefferson Exchange | September 18, 2013
11:29 am
Tue September 17, 2013

The Kyron Horman Search: His Mother Continues

Kyron Horman as he was last seen by his family.

    

Desiree Young blames the disappearance of her son Kyron Horman on Kyron's stepmother.

The Portland area is still riveted by the case of Kyron Horman, the seven-year-old boy who disappeared from his school in June 2010. 

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Jefferson Exchange | September 18, 2013
11:26 am
Tue September 17, 2013

VENTSday-Raising (or Razing) Dams + Standardized Tests

Credit guernicamag.org

Listeners vent on dams and school testing in our VENTSday segment.

We do not schedule guests for Wednesday at 8:30, because that's the time for VENTSday, your chance to vent (politely, please) on a pair of topics in the news.  We bring the topics, you bring the opinions. 

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Jefferson Exchange | September 18, 2013
11:21 am
Tue September 17, 2013

Animals Around Us: "The Urban Bestiary"

Credit Hachette Book Group

Lyanda Lynn Haupt takes us outdoors and redefines "nature".

People who live on the edges of cities and in the suburbs are constantly surprised by the activities of the wild animals who live nearby.  And they (the people) are constantly reminded that it is we, the humans, who built houses in the habitats of the wild creatures. 

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Jefferson Exchange | September 17, 2013
2:13 pm
Mon September 16, 2013

Oregon Emergency Managers Take Earthquake Trip

Credit Mark Lincoln

Kim Lippert walks us through creating a stockpile of supplies for earthquakes and other disasters.

What's in your earthquake kit?

The answer to that question is often "uh, I don't have one yet."  Which is why Oregon's Office of Emergency Management is hosting the Quake Prep Talk Road Show, visiting counties in the southern and southwestern portions of the state--the places most likely to feel the impacts of a major quake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

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Jefferson Exchange | September 17, 2013
2:06 pm
Mon September 16, 2013

Bringing In The Bringers Of New Business

East Medford, looking West.
Credit SOREDI

Colleen Johnston explains the process of attracting and retaining business in Southern Oregon.

Communities are always trying to attract news businesses.  But how do they reach out in the first place?  In some cases, it's a one-step-removed process: they reach out to consultants who advise companies on their options for relocation.

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Jefferson Exchange | September 17, 2013
1:55 pm
Mon September 16, 2013

Meet The Authors: "How To Age In Place"

Credit Garry Knight

The authors talk about "How to Age in Place".

Call it a senior center or an "old folks' home," few people want to go there to live out the remaining days of their lives, no matter how comfortable.

Many seniors would prefer to stay in their own homes, a process called aging in place.

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Jefferson Exchange | September 16, 2013
2:30 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Class Time Could Be Strike Time

SEIU members picket at OIT in Klamath Falls.
Credit SEIU Local 503

Union rep Marc Nisenfeld talks about progress in contracts between Oregon universities and classified workers.

A union strike authorization has been delayed a week, but the academic year for Oregon public universities could be a great deal more hectic than usual.

Classified workers--custodians, cooks, clerks and more--for all seven state campuses could be on strike. 

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Jefferson Exchange | September 16, 2013
2:19 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Fire/Smoke Relief For Small Businesses

The Jenny Fire, part of the Big Windy Complex, and the Rogue River.
Credit PNW #2 IMTeam

SBA's Kevin Wynne explains who is eligible for disaster loans after the summer fires and smoke.

The summer fires in Josephine and Douglas counties damaged few structures.

But they put a huge dent in the tourism business, especially during the time the Rogue River was closed to rafting. 

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