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Our Community: Beth Barker-Hildago

Beth Barker-Hildalgo

In this edition of Our Community, join host Candice Michel as she chats with Beth Barker-Hidalgo, Curry Services Coordinator for Oregon Coast Community Action (ORCCA), about the issues of homelessness and generational poverty in our area, as well as the myriad organizations stepping up to address those problems.

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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Intro and end music: The Best Is Yet to Come, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

Reality Check: Permaculture

This episode of Reality Check is about Permaculture with guests Jenn Head and Gene Griffith. You’ve probably heard terms like regenerative gardening, no-till gardening, organic gardening and so on. You’ll find out about these ideas and how to work with the natural world while helping the planet, too. That’s this week on Reality Check on KCIW.

Online resources:
Southern Oregon Permaculture Institute (SPOI): http://www.sopermaculture.org/
SOPI Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SOPERMACULTURE/
South Coast Permaculture online group: https://southcoastpermaculture.groups.io
Design Questionnaire: http://www.sopermaculture.org/2019/02/permaculture-design-questionnaire-for.html

Host: Lee Tuley
Guests: Jenn Head, Gene Griffith
Producers: Lee Tuley, Pye White
Recording Tech: Pye White
Sound Editor: Pye White


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

Ocean Mist Power Hour: Fund the 4th and More with Hometown Hero Barbara Ciaramella

In this edition of the Ocean Mist Power Hour, host Misty Young interviews Barbara Ciaramella, the primary organizer of the Fourth of July Family Festival at the Port of Brookings Harbor.

Barbara shares what you can do to get involved in this fun family event designed for locals and visitors alike – a bit of everything for everyone! Ocean fun in the banana belt sun.

Planned activities on the kite field at the Port include a pancake breakfast, old fashioned fun and games like sack races for the kids, a great selection of local vendors, great live music, and, of course, the big fireworks show to celebrate our country!

Learn how you can become active and helpful to your neighbors and community with the Fourth of July Family Festival.

Host: Misty Young; Guest: Barbara Ciaramella; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editors: Ray Gary


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Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Ocean Mist Power Hour: Hometown Hero Linda Schreiber

In this inaugural Hometown Hero edition of the Ocean Mist Power Hour, Misty Young talks with true Hometown Hero Linda Schreiber about great resources for local, sustainable, nutritious food, the joys and woes of homeschooling, student scholarships, services available to seniors, and free shoes for anyone!

Linda was raised in southern California and is a graduate of Fresno State. She holds a business degree in computer science. She and her family have made their home in Brookings for a decade and a half and have made our town even better.

Linda Schreiber sees ways to serve and raises her hand and steps up with a loving heart and an energetic spirit. She credits her mother and grandmother with giving her a heart for service.

Learn how you can become active and helpful to your neighbors and community and reap the personal rewards of kindness and compassion.

Host: Misty Young; Guest: Linda Schreiber; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editors: Ray Gary


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Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Our Community: Introducing Lori Gallo Stoddard

Lori Gallo Stoddard

KCIW is looking to become a major source of local news for Brookings-Harbor and Curry County! In this edition of Our Community, find out about the person heading up this newest venture, Lori Gallo Stoddard, her impressive credentials and background in Broadcast Journalism, and her plans for the future.

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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Intro and end music: The Best Is Yet to Come, licensed from audioblocks.com.

 

KCIW Investigates: A Hospital in Brookings?

Curry Medical Center
500 5th Street
Brookings, Oregon

You may not know that Brookings is the largest city in Oregon without a hospital. And that’s why what Curry County Commissioner Sue Gold is proposing might seem strange … she wants to put the brakes on the stand-alone Emergency Room planned for Brookings by the Curry Health Network. Curry Health operates Curry General Hospital in Gold Beach.

In this edition of KCIW Investigates, Lori Gallo-Stoddard Curry County examines the issue, with comments by Commissioner Gold, County Commissioner Chris Paasch, Gold Beach physician and past medical staff president of Curry General Hospital, Dr. Reggie Williams, and Curry Health Network’s Chief Executive Officer Ginny Razo.

Reporter: Lori Gallo-Stoddard


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Ocean Mist Power Hour: Brookings-Harbor Regional History

In the Ocean Mist Power Hour, Misty Young (a very curious and energetic soul) explores a wide range of topics and often interviews fascinating, interesting guests. Broadcasting on 100.7 FM, KCIW, Curry Coast Community Radio and podcasting on the web, topics include everything from leadership and business to science, the intersection of quantum physics and molecular biology to spirituality, evidence-based nutrition, fitness, yoga, healing, singing, meditation, birds and other animals, fast cars, history, interesting stories from the world renowned, premier think tank Brookings Institution and more.

In this episode of the Ocean Mist Power Hour, join host Misty Young and guest Gary Young as they take you on a tour through our regional history with a visit to the Wikipedia pages of both Brookings and Harbor. You’ll hear a little surprise about our namesake and one of the premier think tanks in the world! Sit back, relax and learn a bit about our wonderful hometown!

Host: Misty Young; Guest: Gary Young; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editors: Ray Gary, Matt Stump


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Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Reality Check: Natural Climate Solutions

This edition of Reality Check features Ann Schmierer, Executive Director of Wild Rivers Land Trust, talking about Natural Climate Solutions – practical ways of caring for our natural environment, locally and in the larger world, that just might ensure our survival while maintaining habitat and even restoring our natural world.

For more info:
Website: Wild Rivers Land Trust

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


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

Ocean Mist Power Hour: The Great Brookings-Harbor Autumnal Equinox Storm of 1972

In the Ocean Mist Power Hour, Misty Young (a very curious and energetic soul) explores a wide range of topics and often interviews fascinating, interesting guests. Broadcasting on 100.7 FM, KCIW, Curry Coast Community Radio and podcasting on the web, topics include everything from leadership and business to science, the intersection of quantum physics and molecular biology to spirituality, evidence-based nutrition, fitness, yoga, healing, singing, meditation, birds and other animals, fast cars, history, interesting stories from the world renowned, premier think tank Brookings Institution and more.

In this episode of the Ocean Mist Power Hour, host Misty Young shares the gripping story of the great summer storm of 1972 in which numerous boats capsized and sank and 13 people lost their lives. The rare “autumnal equinox” storm, came up suddenly, blasting winds of nearly 90 knots, cutting off communications, toppling trees and wreaking havoc for two hours before it vanished and a normal summer day resumed.

Host: Misty Young; Producer: Misty Young; Recording Tech: Ray Gary; Sound Editors: Ray Gary, Matt Stump


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There Were No Birds was written by Jayne Gibne, used with permission from Kathy Lindley Hall of Oregon Trawler.
Music composed and performed by Misty Young.

Our Community: Billie Ruth Furuichi

Billie Ruth Furuichi

A painter of silk, an author, a songwriter and musician, and a bilingual teacher, Billie Ruth Furuichi has an amazing life. Join Our Community host Candice Michel as she and Billie talk about her time in Mexico, Hawaii, and Japan, building bridges, and how she finally came to live in Brookings.

Host: Candice Michel; Producer: Candice Michel


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