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Heart of Learning: Carol Light, Poet, Writing Teacher

(First airdate: February 22, 2018) Heather McRae-Woolf interviews Carol Light, writing teacher and coordinator of a pilot program from the UW Robinson Center. It happens March 24, and registration opened Feb. 15.

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Tossed Salad for 2/23/18

Join host Phil Andrus and special guests this Friday from 1-5pm on 91.9FM ~ or stream live by clicking the Listen Live arrow at the top left of this window.

1:00 - Kristin and Otto, on fiddle, guitar & concertina
2:00 - Bob Rosen, South County Report, with David Neuenshwander (Brinnon/Quilcene CoC)
2:30 - Tigran Arakelyan, conductor PT Community Orchestra
3:15 - KCPT’s Playfest
3:45 - Judith-Kate Friedman, “Songs From the Sound”
4:30 - Dudley-Nolette Family Actors reading

Compass for the Week of 2/19/18

This week on the Compass we revisit a 2016 report on the Navy’s plan to stage mock midnight military raids on regional beaches and Marinas as a deadline for pubic comment on the plan approaches. And then we talk with a public health nurse about this year’s deadly flu epidemic.

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Tossed Salad for 2/16/18

Guitars R Salad, too!

Join host Phil Andrus and special guests this Friday from 1-5pm on 91.9FM ~ or stream live by clicking the Listen Live arrow at the top left of this window.

1:00 - Gossamer Strings, original songs from the Oregon Territory
2:00 - Port Commissioner Bill Putney, Port Executive Director Sam Gibbony & Dir. of Ops. Greg Englin
2:45 - Simon deVoil, maker of song
3:00 - Paz al Mundo: Brian Douglas and Elaine Gardner-Morales
4:00 - Debbie Steele, for the Women’s March, the Fund for Women and Girls, and the Wearable Arts Show
4:30 - Catherine McNabb, reading from the work of Merrill Markow

#104 – Sheriff Dave Stanko

(First airdate: February 13, 2018) SHERIFF STANKO: ALIGNING COMMUNITY & COPS. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Sheriff Dave Stanko, who explains his mission to improve and humanize the police force in Jefferson County. During his first term, Stanko - who ran and won without the support of either major political party - has ambitiously revamped the sheriff’s office. He set up a Citizen’s Advisory Panel; sent officers into the schools; arranged for “coffee with a cop” meetings, and even put his entire force through extensive training sessions.

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