Kim Frasczek Speaks About Montrose Nine

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Evening News
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Wed, 01/27/2016
Now here is Jared Danceler with Kim Frasczek from the Montrose 9. One of the group of activists facing criminal charges for putting a stop to the Spectra Energy Algonquin pipeline from being built in New York. 6:25 minutes (5.88 MB)

Mammoth Remains Found at OSU

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Evening News
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Fri, 02/05/2016
Oregon State University is known for livestock study, but now scientists have discovered remains of animals they did not expect.
Demi Helenius has the story. 1:06 minutes (1.01 MB)

Karuk Tribe Lobbies to Remove Four Dams on Klamath River

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News In Depth
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Wed, 01/27/2016
Karuk tribal member Molli Jane Myers has worked with the Klamath Justice Coalition for a decade to hammer out an agreement with the electrical utility Pacificorps and California state officials to remove four dams on the Klamath River.
This week the California state water Board moved forward on an environmental assessment of the dam removal, giving advocates a sense of cautious optimism.
The KBOO News spoke with Molli Jane this afternoon about recent victories in her tribe’s effort to reclaim the Klamath river, and what the dam removal could mean for endangered salmon and repair damaged environment. 16:30 minutes (15.1 MB)

ODOT Safety Plan Collects Ideas from Public

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Fri, 01/29/2016
The Oregon Department of Transportation is accepting public input as part of its Transportation Safety Action Plan.
State safety strategist Walt McAllister says the department is collecting ideas from the public and the next step is to evaluate them and secure funding.
KBOO’s Lisa Loving talked to him about what’s on the table and how Oregonians can weigh in.
Anyone who wishes can go to their website and file comments online. You can also read the draft plan.
Post your comments on the proposed state transportation safety plan at www.odot.gov and follow the links for Safety Programs. The site is live through February 9th. 2:50 minutes (2.6 MB)

St. Johns Residents Protest Plans for Ivy Island

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Evening News
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Fri, 01/29/2016
The future of the signature traffic island in St. Johns called Ivy Island is currently up in the air.
Developer Farid Bolouri is working with the Portland City Council to remove the traffic island to make room for a new apartment complex.
But residents are not happy about this change to the Gateway of St. Johns.
KBOO reporter Brandon Wiley stopped by Ivy Island to speak to protestors. 3:10 minutes (2.89 MB)

Lana Jack Fights for Land, Tribal Recognition of Celilo Wy’am

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News In Depth
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Mon, 02/01/2016
Lana Jack is one of the last 20 known Celilo Wy’am people of the Columbia River's historic Celilo Falls.
 
Jack’s family has fought against federal efforts to take their land for generations. But that fight is far from over.
 
Today Jack is locked in a legal battle with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to gain rightful control over her family’s land and recognition for their tribal rights.
 
Currently the Bureau of Indian Affairs refuses to recognize the Celilo Wy’am tribe, and Jack’s family faces felony charges relating to their traditional salmon fishing operations.
 
KBOO’s Chris Andreae spoke with Jack last week about the case. 14:34 minutes (13.34 MB)

PSU Graduate Employees Union Created

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Evening News
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Mon, 02/01/2016
Several hundred members of Portland State University’s new Graduate Employees Union gathered on campus today, to officially announce the creation of the union, and request neutrality from the University’s administration.
The new union is comprised of over eight-hundred graduate employees, who organized in support of fair wages, affordable healthcare, and reasonable workloads.
The members delivered their request for neutrality to University President Wim Wiewel.
The request also calls for the administration to respect the new union’s right to organize.
For more information, KBOO’s Jamie Partridge was there on the PSU campus, and talked with union members Drew Mahedy and Jane Carr. 5:34 minutes (5.09 MB)

YWCA Clark County Starts New Women's Leadership Center

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Evening News
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Tue, 02/02/2016
YWCA Clark County is kicking off its new Women's Leadership Center, with a series of classes beginning February 13.

Educating and empowering teenagers will be the center’s first focus of this year's classes and workshops. The project is a partnership with Girls, Inc.
 
KBOO's Lisa Loving spoke with Clark County YWCA Executive Director Sherri Barnett about why the project is needed.
 
Find out more about their programs at www.ywcaclarkcounty.org 2:02 minutes (1.87 MB)

Trial for Montrose Nine Begins February 3rd

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Evening News
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Tue, 02/02/2016
Tomorrow begins the trial of the Montrose Nine in New York State. 
The group of environmental activists was arrested in November in an attempt to stop work on a natural gas pipeline set to run through New York. 
For more on the implications of this action and the upcoming trial we spoke with one of the nine activists. 6:05 minutes (5.57 MB)

Rally Held at Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Portland

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News In Depth
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Tue, 02/02/2016
This morning a rally was held at the office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE, here in Southwest Portland.  Protesters met with community organizers, faith leaders, and attorneys to present ICE with a petition calling for the end of mass deportation taking place against Central American families. KBOO’s Jamie Partridge was there and brings us this in-depth report. 15:10 minutes (13.88 MB)

Public Hearings Held on Willamette River EPA Superfund Site

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Evening News
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Tue, 02/02/2016
On January 26th the EPA and the Portland Harbor Citizen Advisory Group for the superfund site on the Willamette River held the first of many citizen hearings about the EPA's upcoming decision on cleaning up the Willamette River .

That plan, referred to as the Document of Record, will be released at the end of March.
This marks the end of over a decade of feasibility studies, citizen input and collaboration with some of the companies and individuals on a list of possible responsible parties.
After the release of the formal plan for cleanup in March there will be a 60 day public comment period. 4:55 minutes (4.5 MB)

Stephen Johnson Interview

program: 
Between Us
program date: 
Thu, 02/04/2016
Stephen Johnson is a home care specialist and a democrat who is running for Oregon Governor. He talked with Don Merrill about his support for guns in Oregon schools, why the state can't afford to pass up jobs that have been previously called a bad fit for the state's "character" and why he feels timber's possibilities to economically revitalize the state represent Oregon's "Back to the Future" moment. 
29:51 minutes (27.33 MB)

Shatter Shame and SHINE: Transformational guidance for women...

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Pathways
program date: 
Sun, 02/07/2016
Maryalice Coleman is author of the book, Shatter Shame and SHINE, Transformational guidance for women silently struggling with their childhood abuse, and trauma issues and those who think they are not. In addition to being an author, Maryalice is the creator of the Change Your Aim, Change Your Life workshop. An inner life coach, mentor, and workshop leader -- her passion, compassion, and effectiveness in supporting women around the world to heal their lives and fulfill their dreams, springs from her own profound recovery from the pain of childhood abuse and the effects of living by default. She also stays current with leading-edge research into neuro-plasticity and the brain's capacity to outgrow limiting patterns that developed in response to trauma.
29:17 minutes (17.78 MB)

Graduate Employees Union Emerges at Portland State University

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Labor Radio
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Mon, 02/01/2016
The Graduate Employees Union (GEU) at Portland State University held its kick-off rally at University Plaza and marched to President Wim Wiewel's office, where they presented testimony and a demand letter for university neutrality in their struggle for union representation.  KBOO's Labor Radio host, Jamie Partridge, interviews graduate student activists, records the rally and captures the drama at the president's office.
28:46 minutes (26.33 MB)

 

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