• The southern Oregon city of Cave Junction has gotten a lot of media attention lately for a proposal to install security cameras as part of a new public safety effort. The small city does not have 24-hour law enforcement and a volunteer citizen group fills in the gaps. It’s unclear what kind of access this group might have to security camera footage once the cameras are installed. Josephine County Commissioners must first approve the city’s plan. We hear from Cave Junction Mayor Meadow Martell and Josephine County Commissioner Darin Fowler.



  • A.K. Moss joins us to talk about her CD, “The Truth.” On Nov. 14 it won the International Western Music Association’s 2019 Cowboy Poetry CD of the Year Award. She told the Blue Mountain Eagle, “It’s kind of like the Grammy’s.”

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