Election day approaches… KPTZ news reporter Lily Haight talks with commissioner candidates Heidi Eisenhour and Lorna Smith, who are both running for the District 2 seat on the Board of County Commissioners. They discuss everything from COVID-19 recovery, to affordable housing, and the future of law enforcement in Jefferson County.
1:00 – Jeanie Murphy, “Banjo Tunes, Tunings, and Lore”
1:30 – Sue Thompson and Bobbi Nikles, vocals with guitar and fiddle
2:00 – Tom Jay, “A Word and a Poem”
2:15 – Ellen Falconer, guest DJ
3:15 – The Roadstead Project, with Laticia Huber, Laura Alisanne, Kelly Matlock, and Sharon Carter
3:45 – Donn Ring, spiritual basis for earth care
4:30 – Storyteller Alice Squire, of the Story People of Clallam County
Big thanks to all who pitched in to help KPTZ reach our goal so that we can continue broadcasting!
With results still trickling in, we’ve achieved a greater number of donations than usual – over $31,000 from our Fall Pledge Drive. Sustaining KPTZ and our services takes a lot of work from many people, and a fair bit of money too. The more the community gives, the more we can do. Job well done!
KPTZ is less than $1,500 from of reaching our $30,000 goal for this year’s Fall Fund Drive.
A big thanks to everyone who pitched in!
If you haven’t already made your donation, stop by the KPTZ studios during daytime hours this week, and help put us over the top. Or Donate Now online.
1:00 – Trevor Hansen, guitar
1:45 – Al Bergstein, Olympic Peninsula Environmental News
2:15 – Peter Newland, Tarboo Ridge Coalition
2:45 – Andy Geiger, college athletics and jazz tunes
3:45 – Jay Bakst, Lean Thinking
4:00 – Russ West, bottle collector
4:30 – Deborah Kate Hammond, reading
You may recall the Compass interview a few months ago with the cartoonist, writer and adventurer Tessa Hulls about her work for the Atlas Obscura Kick-Ass Women’s Series. This week the tables are turned, with Tessa in the interviewer’s seat as she talks with the intrepid Mary Ann Thomas, who has cycled across two continents and who was in Port Townsend recently to give readings from her recent chapbook about one of those journeys, Asking for Elephants.