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Cultural Connections: Chetco Indian Memorial Project Raffle

Cultural Connections’ host Dane Tippman is joined once again by Milo Mann and Karen Crump of the Chetco Indian Memorial Project. The goal of this project is to design and construct a historical marker to commemorate the history of the Chetco Indian people. In 2009 the group secured an almost one-half acre plot of land at the Port of Brookings Harbor dedicated in perpetuity to the memorial. This donated property sits directly atop the remains of a Chetco Indian Village site, located near the mouth of the Chetco River.

Milo Mann and Karen Crump

In this episode, the organization picks out the winners of their recent fundraising raffle! Locals and visitors may have seen their Project’s booth at Fred Meyer or at the Southern Oregon Kite Festival. All proceeds go to support the construction of a bronze statue of Lucy Dick, who is regarded as the last known full-blooded Chetco woman to live in the Chetco valley!

To find out more about the donors, the prizes, and the winners, visit the Chetco Indian Memorial Project’s Facebook page at https://m.facebook.com/chetcoindianmemorial.

Listeners who would like to support this effort can make a tax-deductible donation at http://chetcoindianmemorial.com. Click the Donate button at the upper right of the page.

At the time this podcast is published, a Go Fund Me campaign remains active to support the establishment of a statue of Lucy Dick. You can donate through Go Fund Me at https://www.gofundme.com/chetcoindianmemorial.

Host: Dane Tippman
Guests: Milo Mann, Karen Crump
Producer: Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


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 Photo by Dane Tippman, edited by Jessica Tippman

Reality Check: Water and Watersheds – A Conversation With Ann Schmierer

This week on Reality Check host Lee Tuley explores water and watersheds with Ann Schmierer Executive Director of the Wild Rivers Land Trust. They talk about what’s going on with the big picture internationally, as well as nationally, including the recent policy changes that affect us all. Then they bring things down to our local situation – how the Chetco Bar Fire affected things, and everything that concerns us in Curry County about water and watersheds, here, on KCIW.

Show Notes:
Contact Info:
Email: ann@wildriverslandtrust.org
Website: www.wildriverslandtrust.org

Host: Lee Tuley
Guest:
Ann Schmierer
Producers: Lee Tuley, Pye White
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


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Music is from Minor Intrusions by Pye White, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

Reality Check: Butterflies and Local Government – A Conversation With Dennis Triglia

In this edition of Reality Check, we talk with Brookings City Councilor Dennis Triglia about current issues of public concern facing the City Council, as well as about Monarch butterflies and our status as one of the few towns on the west coast to be designated a Monarch City USA.

Show Notes:

The local monarch butterfly group, Brookings Oregon Monarch Advocates, has a Facebook group called Monarchs.me.

People interested in starting their own Monarch Waystation can visit https://www.monarchwatch.org/waystations.

The Xerces Society which is a non-profit environmental organization that focuses on the conservation of invertebrates considered to be essential to biological diversity and ecosystem health. Their website is https://xerces.org.

The Monarch Butterfly Garden website is https://monarchbutterflygarden.net.

The Southern Oregon Monarch Advocates website is somonarchs.org.

The Monarch Joint Venture website is https://monarchjointventure.org.

Anyone with specific questions about Monarch Butterflies can contact Denis Triglia at trigliad@yahoo.com.

For questions regarding City government, contact Denis Triglia at dtriglia@brookings.or.us.

Host: Lee Tuley
Guest:
Dennis Triglia
Producers: Lee Tuley, Pye White
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


Music is from Minor Intrusions by Pye White, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

Cultural Connections: Chetco Indian Memorial Project

Cultural Connections’ show host Dane Tippman interviews Milo Mann and Karen Crump of the Chetco Indian Memorial Project. The goal of this project is to design and construct a historical marker to commemorate the history of the Chetco Indian people. In 2009 this group secured an almost one-half acre plot of land, dedicated in perpetuity to the memorial. This donated property sits directly atop the remains of a Chetco Indian Village site, located near the mouth of the Chetco River.

Milo Mann and Karen Crump

In our interview, we learn from our guests about the history of the project, how it began, and the obstacles it has faced throughout the years. We talk about its supporters and those who have donated time and financial support to the project. We share stories from the history of our area, and about the Chetco people and their settlements and beliefs. Our guests field questions submitted by Brookings-Harbor High School graduate Amber Boulley, and by Brookings-Harbor High School teachers Sean Bavaro and Kelly Garvin. We also discuss relationships with tribal organizations such as the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon, the Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue, and the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation.

Listeners who would like to support the efforts of the project can visit the project’s website to donate to this non-profit: http://chetcoindianmemorial.com.

At the time of this article, a Go Fund Me campaign is active to support the establishment of a statue of Lucy Dick, who is regarded as the last known full-blooded Chetco woman to live in the Chetco valley: https://www.gofundme.com/chetcoindianmemorial.

You can also greet leaders and members of the project at a booth they plan to set up at the upcoming Southern Oregon Kite Festival.

Host: Dane Tippman
Guests: Milo Mann, Karen Crump
Producer: Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


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 Photo by Dane Tippman, edited by Jessica Tippman

Discussion at Brookings Café: Suicide, Reflecting on Anthony Bourdain

Discussion at Brookings Café is a potpourri of topics around a table where anybody can join in the discussion. This show represents a place where the community of Brookings and the surrounding areas can discuss what concerns us as coastal residents.

Recently, we lost Anthony Bourdain, and Lee Tuley was struck by the depth of grief so many of us seemed to experience. On this Discussion at Brookings Café, Lee explores the life of Anthony Bourdain, what his passing meant to us, as well as the upsurge in suicide among the older generations. That’s the discussion at Brookings Café.

Brookings Café … a discussion about what’s important to you.

Host: Lee Tuley
Guests: Gordon Clay, Rob Krebs
Producer: Dan Sherman
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


Music is Road Song, licensed from audioblocks.com.

Discussion at Brookings Café: Religion

Discussion at Brookings Café is a potpourri of topics around a table where anybody can join in the discussion. This show represents a place where the community of Brookings and the surrounding areas can discuss what concerns us as coastal residents.

There’s an old saying that says it is not a good idea to discuss either religion or politics in polite company. Religion is a personal subject and it can be the center of major conflict. Here we managed to maintain polite company, but the discussion goes deep into what it means to have a belief system. What does it mean to believe in something? Is it important? We won’t make any judgments as to what is the right religion, but here’s what a few people have to say on the subject.

Brookings Café … a discussion about what’s important to you.

Host: Ray Gary
Guests: Jim Schultz, Dan Sherman, Shirley Hyatt
Producer: Dan Sherman
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


Music is Road Song, licensed from audioblocks.com.

Bruin Radio: Episode 71

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

Isabella Freitas, Natalie Garcia, Iris Mitchell, Ashlee Ellis. Picture edited by Jessica Yock.

This is the final episode of the 2017-2018 school year! Many of our fantastic Bruin Radio students are graduating, or moving, and we do our best to bid them adieu. Bruin Radio wants to say a special thank you to Miles Wolfers, Angela Acosta, Logan Brown, Gage and Maclane Westbrook, Andrew Watling, Jadin Payne, Jeremy Pettinger, Brigid Mitchell, and Jed Doan! Thank you to each of you for the work and time you put into making Bruin Radio special.

In addition to our happy and sad goodbyes, we share some interviews with Cast and Crew of the play Once Upon a Mattress by the Chetco Pelican Players.

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! Email Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Maxim Drager, Miles Wolfers, Natalia Aguilar, Isabella Freitas, Ashlee Ellis, Dane Tippman
Guests: Mary Anne Trailor, BJ Farris, Chase Hahn, Kyanna Hendricks
Producer: Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org
, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

Discussion at Brookings Café: Racism

Discussion at Brookings Café is a potpourri of topics around a table where anybody can join in the discussion. This show represents a place where the community of Brookings and the surrounding areas can discuss what concerns us as coastal residents.

This week’s discussion is about racism and other prejudices. Our participants come from diverse backgrounds and points of view, hopefully representative of Brookings. They each have stories of their own to tell and we should have conversations about things like the NFL players who take a knee, the criminal justice system and we are asking the question: where does prejudice come from in the first place?

Brookings Café … a discussion about what’s important to you.

Host: Lee Tuley
Guests: Ray Gary, Robert O’Sullivan, Lee Tuley, Gerald Harris, LauRose Felicity
Producer: Dan Sherman
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


Music is Road Song, licensed from audioblocks.com.

Bruin Radio: Episode 69

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

There are several important pieces of news in this episode, and you need to stay in the know! We update you on the status of the ACLU of Oregon settlement with North Bend High School, and the story encourages us to think about our own school. We also enjoy interviews with more cast and crewmembers of the upcoming play, Once Upon a Mattress!

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! Email Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Natalie Garcia, Isabella Freitas, Dane Tippman
Guests: Mary Anne Trailor, BJ Farris, Kyanna Hendricks, Chase Hahn, Andrew Simmons, Sammy (Last Name Unintelligible), Mike Moran
Producer: Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org
, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.

Bruin Radio: Episode 68

Bruin Radio is a weekly student-led and student-written news show produced by Brookings-Harbor High School staff, and supported by Curry Coast Community Radio.

Our student journalists report on recent political events such as the results of the May elections and the gas tax, as well as the senior pranks and school shooting hoax going on at our own high school. We interview high-school senior Jacob Racho-Luis, who participated in a Students for Life Pro-Life Walkout in April, to hear about his views and his work to establish a Students for Life club in our school.

If you’re a student or staff member and you’d like to get involved, or if you’re a community member with input or advice for Bruin Radio, please reach out to us! Email Dane Tippman or Alex Merritt of the Brookings-Harbor High School. We would be thrilled to hear from you!

For more great High-School radio shows, check out the Brookings-Harbor High School radio page, a proud partner of Curry Coast Community Radio!

Hosts: Natalie Garcia, Maclane Westbrook, Dane Tippman
Guest: Jacob Racho-Luis
Producer: Dane Tippman
Recording Tech: Dane Tippman
Sound Editor: Dane Tippman


The opinions expressed here are those of the individual participants. Curry Coast Community Radio takes no position on issues discussed in this program.


If you enjoy this program and want to hear more like it, consider supporting Curry Coast Community Radio. Here’s How.


The Bruin News segment used the Wikinews briefs jingle, by Steven Fruitsmaak, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 Generic license.
The Bruin News intro music is from the Prelinger Archives on the website archive.org
, and is released under the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The full show from which the Bruin News intro music was taken can be found at https://archive.org/details/0596_On_the_Air_20_09_04_00.
This episode features selections from music composed by artist Derek Thomas Dew, also known as Touchless Remover on SoundCloud. Listen to his work here: https://soundcloud.com/touchlessremover.

Student participation in this school-approved learning and creativity project is by the express permission of the students and their parents or guardians, and is conducted with the guidance of BHHS Vice-Principal Alex Merritt, BHHS Teacher Craig Cooper, BHHS Teacher Mr. Tippman and the approval of Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion. Names and pictures that may be included in this posting, and the names of students that may be mentioned in the show itself, were provided to Curry Coast Community Radio by the Brookings-Harbor School District with permission from the students and their parents or guardians in accordance with School Board Policy “JOB – Personally Identifiable Information” and the Brookings-Harbor High School form “Releasing Student Directory Information” signed by the parents or guardians.