KPTZ Programs

Compass for the Weekly of July 3, 2017

This week on the Compass, KPTZ Reporter and DJ Chris Bricker talks with fellow-former clown Murray Horowitz about his career as a hilarious radio game-show host. Then we reprise a segment from 2013 that delves into the intricate relationship of music and the human brain.

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Pride Parade, Port Townsend

(First airdate: June 24, 2017 On June 10th, Steve Evans and Marcia Perlstein interviewed a range of LGBTQ participants and straight allies. They also covered the rally at Haller Fountain emceed by KPTZ's Ellen Bonjorno. Major organizers of the parade were Susan Brittain and Share DeWees.

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Compass for the Week of June 26, 2017

This week on the Compass, we accompany Port Gamble S’Klallam tribal elder Gene Jones and about two hundred others on a pilgrimage to sacred Tamanowas Rock.

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June Conversation with Derek Kilmer

(Recorded June 22, 2017) Steve Evans, KPTZ News Director, spoke with Derek Kilmer on Thursday, June 22 about the recent shooting on the Congressional Baseball field, the President's proposed budget, cuts on environmental and health programs, and citizen reaction on the attempts to revoke and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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Compass for the Week of June 19, 2017

This week on the Compass, correspondent Martha Baskin reports on climate activists who are trying to stop the construction of the largest methanol manufacturing plant in the world at the port of Kalama WA. A failing culvert forces the closure of Highway 20 between Eaglemount Road and Anderson Lake Road for a week. And, as summer approaches, ranchers’ minds turn to relieving their livestock of their wool, so we revisit a story from several years ago: Shearing Day at the Rosebud Ranch and Fiber Studio.

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