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OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 23, 2019
The Burns Paiute tribe is teaching Native students how to practice archaeology. We talk to a group that has been a visible part of the Portland protests. And we get opinions and analysis of the week's news.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 22, 2019
A Northern California tribe launches a plan to do more prescribed burns. A conference aims to help middle school girls achieve their goals. Also, you could be the new owner of a piece of Rajneeshee history.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 21, 2019
A Chinese restaurant in Portland celebrates 75 years. The Vancouver mayor is a proponent of a new Interstate 5 bridge. Also, we learn what it takes to teach high school students about the Holocaust and genocide
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 20, 2019
PSU's Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative has released a new report. The federal government wants to loosen apprenticeship program regulations. How will legal sports gambling work in Oregon?
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 19, 2019
The oldest living species in the Northwest is at the Oregon Zoo. Portland's mayor and police chief weigh in on the latest high profile protests. And ranchers fear fluctuations in beef prices due to tariffs.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 16, 2019
The news roundtable will take up some of the biggest news of the week, including the upcoming protest in Portland. We'll also hear from the community advisory board to the Portland Police.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 15, 2019
A summer camp gives opportunity to children of migrant farmers. A group wants to improve how the city responds to hate incidents. Also, how is the bicycle a tool for social activism?
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 14, 2019
Nick Hazelton, 21, knew he would be a farmer — he just didn’t want to raise cows or chickens. When Nick was 15 he came across yaks while researching exotic farm animals online. Now, he cares for a herd of 25 yaks.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 14, 2019
How might Oregon residents be affected by new federal rules on public benefits? What's it like to raise yaks in the Northwest? Also, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival has a new Artistic Director.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 13, 2019
Some doctors are giving prescriptions to get outdoors. A mobile home park in Washington recently became a cooperative. The federal government has made changes to the Endangered Species Act.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 12, 2019
What would freeway expansion mean for the school that sits right near it? Where have the missing Puget Sound orcas gone? A lawsuit about homelessness will go forward in Grants Pass. The levees on the Columbia River move closer to being repaired.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 9, 2019
Police have been monitoring environmental activists trying to stop a natural gas terminal. Oregon's paid family leave bill is signed today. Tribes and the federal government are working to save the sucker fish. And we discuss other news of the week.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 8, 2019
Oregon is falling behind on earthquake preparedness. Students build a totem pole at a Eugene high school. Portland hosts the African American Footwear Forum.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 7, 2019
What exactly is the drug kratom? Why is the Oregon company Tofurky suing the state of Arkansas? How has wind power transformed Sherman County?
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 6, 2019
A prayer vigil is held in Portland for gun violence victims. White tech workers believe diversity efforts are working. Ashland police want to know suspects' names and dates of birth. An outbreak of large wasps in Central Oregon.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 5, 2019
Resident fish caught near Bradford Island are not safe to eat because of pollution. A Springfield pediatrician tells us about conditions she saw at immigration facilities along the U.S.-Mexico border. And a retired truck driver has started a school to train more drivers.
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 2, 2019
What's the biggest news of the week? What's the future of local media? What's it like to hike the Pacific Crest Trail in 2019?
OPB | Broadcast: Aug. 1, 2019
Portland author Chuck Klosterman's calls his new book "fictional nonfiction." Also, the Oregon Food Bank has an excess of food this year because of the trade war.
OPB | Broadcast: July 31, 2019
The president wants to declare Antifa a terrorist organization. The Chinook Nation recently acquired some important land. Articles about an old murder case have just been published for the first time online.
OPB | Broadcast: July 30, 2019
Ashland wants to build more fire-resistant homes. A new ruling could restrict access to public records. And a quartet features music from non-white composers.
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