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Wednesday, March 13, 2019: Levy results with Cameron Rasmusson – second interview with Forrest Bird Charter School personnel.

Chris Bessler and Suzy Prez sat down with Cameron Rasmusson, editor of the Sandpoint Reader, to breakdown the March 12 levy vote results. A second recorded interview with Forrest Bird Charter School administrator Mary Jensen, principal Jennifer Greve, and social studies teacher Todd Claunch was presented.

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March 12, 2019 Listening to Bonner County

KRFY's Tuesday Morning Show host Julie Kallemeyn interviewed 3 University of Utah students - Emily Seang, Taylor Greenwell, Angela Tran, and their professor Dr. Stephen Goldsmith from the University of Utah, department of City and Metropolitan Planning. The university of Utah group was joined by Carol Curtis and Daniel Shlaferman, committee members for Project 7B. Carol and Daniel talked about Project 7B's participation in facilitating the student's travel and accommodations during their stay.

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March 5, 2019 Chemical free weed control for farms and gardens

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn to learn about chemical free techniques for weed control on the farm and in the garden. Diane Green is an educator and owner of Greentree Naturals Organic Garden north of Sandpoint. Paul Herndon is the owner of Pleasant Meadow Creamery, a raw milk dairy in Sagle. Diane and Paul talk about their most successful methods to control weeds without the use of chemical herbicides.

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019: Lake Pend Oreille School District with Levy Info. – and Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper – Rail Bridge Info.

Morning Show hosts Chris Bessler and Suzy Prez presented a recorded interview with Lake Pend Oreille School District administrator Shawn Woodward, and trustee Geraldine Lewis about the upcoming school levy. A second interview with Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper, executive director Shannon Williamson,about the proposed BNSF rail bridge expansion project and how the public can access information and give input.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019: Digital Disconnect – Chafe 150 Gran Fondo

Morning Show hosts Chris Bessler and Suzy Prez presented a recorded interview with author and narrator of Digital Disconnect, Professor Robert McChesney. Mike Bauer from the East Bonner County Library helped introduce the interview and talked about the evening library presentation of the movie and community discussion - Digital Disconnect. A second interview with Elana Westphal and Mel Dick, organizers of the 2019 CHAFE 150 Gran Fondo bike ride highlighted this years event.

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February 26, 2019 Burbot recovery efforts on the Kootenai River

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Julie Kallemeyn and Phil Hough to learn about the Burbot or Freshwater Cod recovery project on the Kootenai River. Guests Shawn Young, Kootenai Tribes Aquaculture Program Manager and T.J. Ross, Senior Fishery Research Biologist share information about this extremely successful collaboration and the opening of a 2019 fishing season.

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Thursday, February 21, 2019: “My Favorite Toy Was Dirt” – Panida – Non-profit Leadership Program

Morning Show hosts Jack and Julie visited with Becky Revak and Patricia Walker from the Panida about the upcoming play "My Favorite Toy Was Dirt". A second interview was with organizers of the University of Idaho Professional Non-profit Leadership Program.

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Wednesday, February 20: Digital Disconnect – Grad Night Auction

Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy spoke with Mike Bauer from Bonner County Library about an upcoming movie Digital Disconnect. A second interview was focused on Grad Night and the upcoming Grad Night Auction fundraiser.

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February 19, 2019 Leadership Sandpoint

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn to learn about Leadership Sandpoint. Current class members Cami Murray and Kari Daarstad Saccomanno tell us about the group's history, focus, and beneficial outcomes.

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Feb 14, 2019 – Heart Health for Valentine’s Day

Retired Cardiologist Dr. Brad Huhta returns to the Morning Show for a Valentine's Day special episode all about the heart.

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Conversations on Living and Dying Well: This series is produced and presented by Lissa DeFreitas from Bonner Community Hospice.

Special event podcasts: KRFY broadcasters occasionally get out into the community for remote live broadcasts at events, for which we provide the reported podcasts here.

Water Is Life: A four-part series dedicated to “water”.  Listen and explore the many aspects of “water” featuring interview with experts in science, health, and environment  –  locally and globally.

Between the Notes: In this series, host Suzy Prez dives into the lives and minds of musicians, featuring live interviews and original music with songwriters and singers locally, and from across the country.

KRFY’s Live & Local: Airing Tuesdays 7-8 p.m., host Suzy Prez explores the North Idaho music scene in open mic style, with interviews and live songs from local and visiting musicians.

KRFY Interviews: Our broadcasters often welcome community figures, musicians, artists and guests into the station for live interviews. We post the podcasts for listeners to hear at their convenience. Click to listen:

Thinking Outside the Box: Sandpoint’s Ken Casler produces this original show airing Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Ken and guests explore topics on holistic living, healing and health, with discussions that “go beyond the norm and into the unknown.” Click to visit his website, or click to hear podcasts:

 

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