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Pepino D’Agostino and Gyan Riley
Felton Pruitt speaks with guitarists Pepino D’Agostino and Gyan Riley about their Camptonville performance this Sunday, July 19th.
07:39
July 17, 2021
Evening News - Friday July 16th, 2021
Tonight, The California Report looks at a new study from the Monterey Bay Aquarium which highlights the inequality of climate change and we follow along on two California athletes’ Olympic journey to the summer Games in Tokyo. We take a brief look at entertainment news and weather before Felton Pruitt speaks with guitarists Pepino D’Agostino and Gyan Riley about their Camptonville performance this Sunday. We close with commentary from Waste Management Public Sector Manager Shavati Karki-Pearl.
25:50
July 17, 2021
Bravehearts # 42 - FREED - Part 4 of 4
Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway of FREED talk about their plans to bridge the digital divide with homeless people.
05:22
July 16, 2021
Molly Fisk - Keith Richards
Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.
04:06
July 16, 2021
Evening News - Thursday July 15th, 2021
The Biden Administration recently approved the construction of two wind farms projects off the coast of California. They would be the first ones in our state waters. But fishermen say the projects will threaten their livelihoods. Tonight’s California Report brings us a perspective from Morro Bay. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we’ll listen to Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway of FREED talk about their plans to bridge the digital divide with homeless people. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
23:32
July 16, 2021
Nevada County Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Kellerman
Nevada County Public Health Officer Dr. Scott Kellerman speaks with Felton Pruitt about the new Delta Variant and talks about vaccine safety. 
11:56
July 15, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday July 14th, 2021
Covid 19 cases continue to spike in Los Angeles County and the Director of the county’s Health Services Department says the rise in hospitalizations has come entirely from unvaccinated individuals. Detail on tonight's California Report.   We take a brief look at local headlines and weather before Felton Pruitt finds out the latest on COVID19 vaccinations and the Delta variant from Nevada County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. Scott Kellerman.   We close tonight with a commentary from Chaplain Norris Burkes.
24:48
July 15, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday July 13th, 2021
California students will have to wear masks when they return to school this fall, but the state will leave it to individual school districts to decide how best to enforce the mask mandate. And a new state report says smoke from the 2018 Camp Fire might have been more harmful to the health of people living downwind than initially thought. Those stories and more on The California Report. After a look at regional headlines and weather, Paul Emery and retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, talk about the latest Fed meeting and some of the policy decisions recently made. We close our newscast with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti.
24:43
July 14, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery and retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, talk about the latest Fed meeting and some of the policy decisions made recently.
09:13
July 14, 2021
A Walk in the Park
Syd Brown sits on the board of the Sierra Gold Parks Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports park-related educational activities and helps to preserve the natural and cultural resources of western Nevada County’s State Parks. You can find out more at sierragoldparksfoundation.org.
08:35
July 13, 2021
Evening News - Monday July 12th, 2021
On Today’s California Report: wildfire, drought, and pandemic updates. Then National Native News details the election of RoseAnne Archibald, the first woman elected to lead Canada’s Assembly of First Nations.   We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before closing tonight with Syd Brown’s A Walk In The Park.
25:19
July 13, 2021
Petty Luv
Chris Kelly from the band Petty Luv talks with Felton Pruitt about their appearance at the Deer Creek Music Festival at Pioneer Park on July 24th.
23:42
July 10, 2021
Evening News - Friday July 9th, 2021
Lily Jamali gives us the lowdown on repercussions the state will face after this intense heat, on tonight’s California Report. Then, why Bank of America wants out of a controversial contract California’s Employee Development Department just renewed.   We hear from the California News Service before we take a brief look at headlines and weather in your neck of the woods.   Then, Felton Pruitt speaks with Chris Kelly of the band Petty Luv to close out our Friday evening newscast.   
23:42
July 10, 2021
Molly Fisk - The Mystery of Many Sheep
Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.
03:49
July 09, 2021
The Climate Report with Martin Webb
For today’s Climate Report on 7/8/21, we focus on the two things on the minds of most local listeners regarding climate change impacts and adaptation: heatwaves and fires. First, a new study on how the most recent heatwave exceeded even the worst-case scenarios of climate modeling, throwing predictions for the future up tin air. Next, a piece by a noted climatologist and hydrologist, who talks about all the people who ask him if they should move due to the climate. Then, another piece by a climate/environmental author about her life being impacted by wildfires. Lastly, we briefly touch on the die-off of perhaps a billon marine animals off the Pacific NW coast due to last week’s unprecedented heatwave. Please listen and share! Comments, questions, feedback: climatereport@kvmr.org For more news between shows and links to news we read on-air, find the Climate Report Facebook page at facebook.com/KVMRClimateReport
28:59
July 09, 2021
Bravehearts # 40 - FREED - Part 3 of 4
Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway of FREED discuss the many challenges of being homeless.
05:40
July 09, 2021
Evening News - Thursday July 8th, 2021
The Covid19 pandemic spurred many Californians to pull up stakes. But as it turns out, most of them are staying right here in the Golden State. Tonight, Lily Jamali of the California Report speaks with LA Times reporter Sarah Parvini about what some have called ‘The Great California Migration’ Plus local headlines and regional weather, Hospitality House’s needs of the week, Bravehearts, and an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:24
July 09, 2021
Our Community: An Aging and Disability Conference
Keith Porter speaks with FREED's Executive Director, Carly Pacheco, and Disability Community Advocate, Carl Sigmond about the upcoming conference on local implementation of CA’s Master Plan for Aging.
07:15
July 08, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday July 7th, 2021
The California Report details how the Biden administration is fighting California’s recent law banning private companies from operating immigration detention centers despite President Joe Biden's pledge to end for-profit detention. After a brief look at local headlines and weather Keith Porter interviews Carly Pacheco and Carl Sigmund of the Freed Organization.   Felton Pruit speaks to Marny Marshall of the Grass Valley Downtown Association, and we close with commentary from Waste Management Public Sector Manager Shavati Karki-Pearl.
26:37
July 08, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
NID has mandated that its customers reduce water use by 20%. Paul Emery talks to Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about it in this week’s Water News.
09:07
July 07, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday July 6th, 2021
Imagine a world with no Joshua trees in Joshua tree national park. As the climate continues to  change, its effects are being seen in surpassing places like California’s deserts. The California Report speaks with James Cornett, a longtime desert ecologist who has been studying those impacts. After a brief look at local news and weather Paul Emery talks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker in this week’s Water News. We close with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti.
24:48
July 07, 2021
Evening News - Monday July 5th, 2021
The California Report takes a deep dive into an investigation concerning LA Mayor, Eric Garceti’s, failed assurance to unhoused residents. Then, National Native News covers the movement of the descendants of soldiers at the Battle of Wounded Knee who support revoking Medals of Honor awarded for participation in the 1890 massacre of the Lakota people.   We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before Al Stahler speaks to Ember Amador about the Nisenan Tribe’s gallery grand opening.
24:50
July 06, 2021
Wild Eye Pub
Beth Moore from the Wild Eye Pub talks about keeping their restaurant and music venue rolling during the past year and a half including redoing their business model by moving into their back parking lot next to Wolf Creek.
10:16
July 03, 2021
Evening News - Friday July 2nd, 2021
The Delta variant has arrived and continues its path of destruction - New COVID 19 cases jump by 20% in the Bay Area since the state’s re-opening. The California Report has the story plus an investigation into fraudulent FEMA aid claims for California wildfires. After a brief look at regional headlines and weather, Felton Pruitt speaks to Wild Eye Pub owner Beth Moore.  
24:51
July 03, 2021
Molly Fisk - A Third Place
Molly Fisk writes, coaches, and teaches writing in California's Sierra Nevada foothills.
03:38
July 02, 2021
Bravehearts # 40 - FREED - Part 2 of 4
Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway explain some of the many services at FREED, and share how they work with homeless people.
05:24
July 02, 2021
Evening News - Thursday July 1st, 2021
After an update on the Lava fire, the California Report covers the Delta variant and the uptick in Covid positivity rates in Golden State, plus PG&E’s bankruptcy anniversary and how beginning today, Californians with outstanding student loan debts will get added protections. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we listen to Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week we hear part 2 in a series with Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway both of FREED, the independent living center in Grass Valley.  We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
25:27
July 02, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday June 30th, 2021
The California Report covers this morning's virtual meeting between President Biden and governors from Western States regarding federal support for wildfires and drought conditions.    We take a look at regional headlines and weather before Climate Connections. This week, Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz hosts a discussion on green jobs.   We close tonight with a commentary from Chaplain Norris Burkes.
23:29
July 01, 2021
Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center
Felton Pruitt interviews Rev. Jerry Farrell of Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center.
07:22
June 30, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday June 29th, 2021
As California continues to dry out, fire chiefs across the state are pleading with people to take the fire threat seriously. Tonight the California Report talks to Orange County Fire Chief Brian Fennessey about his wildfire fears and the dangers of fire complacency. And we’ll hear from Frank Gallavez, board member of the community Services District in Teviston, a small Central Valley community that has been without running water for weeks after its town well broke down. After a brief look at local news and weather Felton Pruitt interviews Rev. Jerry Farrell of Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center. We close with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti
26:47
June 30, 2021
A Walk In The Park - 6/28/21
Syd Brown sits on the board of the Sierra Gold Parks Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports park-related educational activities and helps to preserve the natural and cultural resources of western Nevada County’s State Parks. You can find out more at sierragoldparksfoundation.org.
09:17
June 29, 2021
Evening News - Monday June 28th, 2021
The California Report takes a closer look at the State’s new renter’s relief protections and Executive Director of the League of California Cities, Caroline Coleman, explains how both large and small cities will spend $8 billion in federal relief funds.  Two Catholic Churches have burned down on reserves in British Columbia, and a 5,000 pound totem pole is currently on a journey to the U.S. capitol. National Native News has the details. We take a look at regional headlines and weather before listening to Nevada County OES Program Manager Paul Cummings speak about tomorrows Wildfire Town Hall focused on the North San Juan Community. We close tonight with A Walk In The Park.
25:44
June 29, 2021
Evening News - Friday June 25th, 2021
The California Report begins with a look at the state’s potentially historic move of extending public health coverage to undocumented older adults before covering the Los Angles County Sheriff’s Department and the LAPD’s differing approaches to the large homeless encampment on Venice Beach   We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before Felton Pruitt speaks with Nevada City’s new Mayor, Duane Strawser.   We close with a commentary by Holly Grimaldi Flores.
24:48
June 26, 2021
Evening News - Thursday June 24th, 2021
Lawmakers are calling for more accountability from Governor Gavin Newsom after a CapRadio investigation revealed that he has exaggerated the wildfire prevention work completed during his time in office. More from the California Report. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we’ll hear Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week we begin a four part series with Carly Pacheco and Serena Cantway both of FREED, the independent living center in Grass Valley.  We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:26
June 25, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday June 23rd, 2021
Under the Trump Administration the Justice Department ended certain humanitarian protections for immigrants. Tonight, The California Report examines the Department’s different approach to deportation under President Biden. Governor Newsom pledged to make fighting wildfires top priority. However, tonight’s Report also covers an investigation showing California is doing less wildfire prevention work than under Newsom’s predecessor. We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before Felton Pruitt speaks with the new Executive Director of Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, Stewart Baker in this week’s Nevada City Chamber Report. We close with a commentary from Ginny Hoyt.
24:55
June 24, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
Paul Emery and hydrogeologist Steve Baker talk about the current state of water in California. 
09:39
June 23, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday June 22nd, 2021
The California Report covers the debate on whether to extend California’s moratorium on evictions beyond June and checks in with Emilie Cameron, District Affairs and Development Director for Downtown Sacramento Partnership. After a look at local headlines and weather, Paul Emery talks with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about how the drought is affecting the whole state. Felton Pruitt speaks with Melinda Booth, Executive Director of SYRCL, and we close tonight with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
25:07
June 23, 2021
Evening News - Monday June 21st, 2021
Tonight the California Report covers a fire in the Los Padres National Forest that has burned 2400 acres. The difficult terrain has led to 0% containment. And, California introduced new laws due to the pandemic, but have workplaces and schools been following them? In Washington State the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with the Yakama Nation over land disputes with the county. National Native News has the details. We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before Al Stahler tells us all about the colors of the Summer Solstice.
25:09
June 22, 2021
Scott Holbrooke
Scott Holbrooke from Keep Smilin' Promotions talks about bringing live music back to the city of Auburn this summer.
08:44
June 19, 2021
Evening News - Friday June 18th, 2021
The California Report looks at two men who served the U.S., one, as an army veteran, the other as a front-line responder during the Camp Fire, and their battles with federal immigration.   And what happens when a huge life event, requiring an equally huge number of attendees occurs during the pandemic? Many 15-year-olds in the LatinX and Catholic communities postponed their quinceañeras and are just now celebrating.   The Public News Service provides insight on our newest National Holiday, Juneteenth, before we take a brief look at regional headlines and weather.  We close with a conversation between Felton Pruitt and promotor Scott Holbrook about all things live music.  
25:10
June 19, 2021
Evening News - Thursday June 17th, 2021
Power system managers are asking users to conserve power today and this evening as the heat wave continues. The California Report looks into it before diving into a story about the Port of Los Angeles hitting a cargo record as trade surges. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we’ll hear Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week Betty Louise, continues her conversation with the Interfaith Food Ministry’s Executive Director, Phil Alonso, and Development Director, Naomi Cabral. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk. 
24:27
June 18, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday June 16th, 2021
The California Report takes us out to the ball game with a look inside Dodger Stadium’s first full-capacity game since the pandemic began. We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before our KVMR Evening News Chamber Report. Then, Felton Pruitt interviews Nevada County Director of Housing and Child Support Services, Mike Dent.   We close with a commentary from Hollie Grimaldi Flores.  
24:46
June 17, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery and retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, talk about the latest Job Market Report.
09:50
June 16, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday June 15th, 2021
The California Report reviews Governor Newsom's policies and actions as the state reopens and then talks with San Francisco chefs and restaurant owners about their plans to reopen. The California News Service covers a new California Voter Foundation study that reveals that election officials quit in droves after the 2020 presidential contest. After a look at local headlines and weather Paul Emery speaks with retired senior economist Gary Zimmerman in this weeks Economic Report.
24:43
June 16, 2021
A Walk in the Park
Syd Brown sits on the bard of the Sierra Gold Parks Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports park-related educational activities and helps to preserve the natural and cultural resources of western Nevada County’s State Parks. You can find out more at sierragoldparksfoundation.org.
07:23
June 15, 2021
Evening News - Monday June 14th, 2021
Tomorrow is the state’s big reopening day and The California Report looks into a voluntary electronic system which allows businesses to check the vaccination status of customers plus a look at how a major heatwave expected across California this week has led to concerns about power outages and rolling blackouts.  National Native News delves into an investigation into deaths at tribal jails overseen by the federal government and indigenous led protests over  the Minnesota Line Three Pipeline. We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before our biweekly "Walk in the Park" with Syd Brown.   We close with a special Flag Day commentary by Chaplain Norris Burkes
26:19
June 15, 2021
Taj Mahal
Paul Emery’s interview with legendary Blues guitarist, Taj Mahal.
14:39
June 12, 2021
Evening News - Friday June 11th, 2021
Earlier this week a federal judge overturned California’s 30-year old assault weapons ban. The California Report looks into the state’s appeal of that ruling. Then, a group including UC San Diego students and faculty, call for an end to police presence on college campuses. Finally, a dive into what California’s upcoming reopening may look like.    Ever wonder which planet is best for a leisurely stroll? After local headlines and weather, we get some help from Al Stahler in answering this question.   We close tonight with Paul Emery’s interview of legendary Blues guitarist, Taj Mahal, who will be performing tomorrow evening at the Nevada County Fair Grounds.
25:48
June 12, 2021
Evening News - Thursday June 10th, 2021
At the height of the pandemic, farmworkers in the Central Valley and along the Central Coast were hit hard by COVID19. The California Report covers the effort in Salinas to vaccinate farm workers en masse. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we listen to Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week is part 3 of a conversation with the Interfaith Food Ministry’s Executive and Development Directors. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:36
June 11, 2021
Rita Hosking
Local musician Rita Hosking talks with Felton Pruitt about how she created ways to stay connected with her fans during the pandemic. She opens for Taj Mahal this Saturday night at the Fairgrounds in Grass Valley.
11:31
June 10, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday June 9th, 2021
The California Report looks at the details involving a San Diego based, large-scale FBI operation, focusing on drug trafficking and money laundering before covering the use of CRISPR gene editing technology on an invasive species of Mosquito in California.   After local headlines and weather, Felton Pruitt speaks with Rita Hosking about being a touring musician in the time of COVID. We close tonight with a commentary by Debbie Gibbs concerning proper green waste recycling for a fire safe community.
24:39
June 10, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday June 8th, 2021
First an update about the Intanko fire with Pascale Fusshoeller, then the California Report covers a recent investigation into violent text messages among police officers in Eureka, California. After a look at local headlines and weather, Paul Emery talks with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about Operation Unite and about the Get Out Plan. We close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
37:39
June 09, 2021
Evening News - Monday June 7th, 2021
Tonight the California Report discusses a federal judge striking down the state’s decades old ban on assault weapons and takes a look at California’s largest teaching union’s vote to back Governor Newsom in the recall effort.   National Native News covers First Nations Chief Rosanne Casimir's request for respect following the discovery of 215 unmarked graves at the Canadian Kamloops Indian Residential School. Finally, Al Stahler explains why people in the Democratic Republic of Congo built their homes on the side of an active volcano.
23:53
June 08, 2021
Pete Wernick
Pete Wernick, legendary banjo player and founding member of Hot Rize gives us the history of the band and talks about the Bluegrass Jam Camps he puts on.
11:32
June 05, 2021
Evening News - Friday June 3rd, 2021
Looking forward to taking off your mask at work when the Golden State reopens on June 15th? New Cal/OSHA rules may not let that happen just yet. On the bright side, extended pandemic rules mean we can all take our drinks to-go until the end of the year. More details on tonight’s California Report. After a look at entertainment, news and weather, Felton Pruitt talks with Pete Wernick, legendary banjo player and founding member of Hot Rize.
25:50
June 05, 2021
Evening News - Thursday June 3rd, 2021
Officials from California want the EPA to allow the state to set its own vehicle emissions standards, and the hospitality industry can’t find workers! All this and more on tonight’s California Report. After a brief look at regional news and weather, we’ll hear Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week Betty Louise continues her conversation with the Interfaith Food Ministry’s Executive Director, Phil Alonso, and Development Director, Naomi Cabral. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk. This week Molly shares her thoughts about Summer in the foothills.
24:18
June 04, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday June 2nd, 2021
Tonight the California report looks into the agreement Democratic leaders in the state legislature reached on a budget proposal to negotiate with Governor Newsom. Also in tonight’s report: Bank of America freezing the accounts of people who are seeking unemployment benefits and a look at a shortage of qualified personnel at CAL-OSHA. The California News Service covers two bills that would limit local control in order to clear the way for 5-G small-cell wireless equipment near homes, schools and businesses. Then after local headlines and weather Felton Pruitt speaks with local author Chula Gemignani about river etiquette. We close tonight with a commentary by Richard Stockton.
24:44
June 03, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery and retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, talk about inflation.
10:22
June 02, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday June 1st, 2021
Jim Crow road. Jim Crow creek. Some people in Downieville want these names changed while others think it’s a symptom of cancel culture run amok. Tonight, The California Report talks to L.A.Times reporter Brittny Mejia about the controversy. Then after a look at regional headlines and weather, Paul Emery talks to retired economist Gary Zimmerman about inflation. We close tonight with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti about Meme stocks and how social media factors into the new trading landscape.
24:45
June 02, 2021
A Walk in the Park
Syd Brown sits on the bard of the Sierra Gold Parks Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports park-related educational activities and helps to preserve the natural and cultural resources of western Nevada County’s State Parks. You can find out more at sierragoldparksfoundation.org.
07:51
June 01, 2021
Evening News - Monday May 31st, 2021
Tonight the California Report speaks with USC professor George J Sanchez about his new book about the history of Boyle Heights, a Los Angeles neighborhood where the American ideals of inclusion, diversity and opportunity have played out for well over a century. National Native News highlights a new website designed to help native families through the steps needed to immediately report missing-persons-cases to the relevant authorities. We take a brief look at regional headlines and weather before our biweekly Walk In The Park with Syd Brown. We close tonight with a special Memorial Day commentary by Chaplain Norris Burkes.
26:08
June 01, 2021
Evening News - Thursday May 27th, 2021
As the state continues to mourn the lives lost in yesterday’s shooting in San Jose, The California Report covers the reaction from the Governor and other officials and then explores the wider context of mass shootings in California. After a brief look at regional news and weather we’ll listen to we listen Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week Betty Louise visits Interfaith Food Ministry to speak with Executive Director, Phil Alonso, and Development Director, Naomi Cabral. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
23:28
May 28, 2021
Keep Your Property Fire Safe!
With drought and hotter days on the horizon, many of us are looking for ways to minimize the risk of wildfire in our community. Recently, Keith Porter spoke with a local property owner about his experience with the The Fire Safe Council of Nevada County.
05:54
May 27, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday May 26th, 2021
Here in California, many professionals can lose their license to practice if they do something wrong. But there’s no similar recourse for the police. Reform advocates believe that there’s a real chance this year to pass legislation they say would hold police accountable. Tonight’s California Report covers the debate playing out in Sacramento. After a brief look at regional weather and local headlines we’ll listen to The Chamber Report, this week from Sierra County.  We listen to an interview by Keith Porter with a local property owner regarding his experience with the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County, and we close with a commentary by Rob Katzenstein.
24:49
May 27, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
Paul Emery continues the conversation about drought with hydrogeologist Steve Baker.
07:46
May 26, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday May 25th, 2021
Today is the first anniversary of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. As such the California Report speaks with activists around the state about the movement for racial inequality in California. First in Sacramento with Tanya Faison, founder of Black Lives Matter Sacramento and then with Jaydn Polk, a Youth Activist from Oakland. Then we listen to an excerpt from George Floyd: A Year Later by Racial Reckoning reporter, Georgia Fort. After a brief look at regional weather and local headlines we’ll listen to this weeks Water News. We close with a Commentary about cryptocurrency by Marc Cuniberti.
24:44
May 26, 2021
Evening News - Monday May 24th, 2021
Camp Fire survivors organized a rally in the town of Paradise this weekend in response to a recent investigation into the trust that is responsible for distributing settlement money to them. The California Report has the details. National Native News covers CNN’s removal of Rick Santorum, the details regarding the Eastern Shoshone Tribe’s potential cannabis legalization, and how the Gila River Indian Community is offering non-profit organizations vaccine incentives. After a roundup of regional news and weather, Al Stahler will inform us about all the interesting things happening in the sky this week. 
22:11
May 25, 2021
The Center for the Arts new Summer Concert Series
Amber Jo Manuel the Executive Director for the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley explains their new Summer Concert Series happening at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley featuring Taj Mahal, Los Lobos, Del McCoury and World Fest Day.
08:42
May 22, 2021
Evening News - Friday May 21st, 2021
First The California Report marks a momentous day in the history of COVID19. Then, after a roundup of weekend news and weather, Al Stahler talks to Shelly Covert about exhibits at the new Nisenan gallery on Broad street. Finally, Felton Pruitt chats with Amber Jo Manuel about The Center For the Arts summer programs. 
25:52
May 22, 2021
Evening News - Thursday May 20th, 2021
The governor says the Golden State has a cash surplus that’s larger than the entire budget of all but three other states. But the Legislative Analyst’s Office says the surplus is much less. Tonight’s California Report explains the discrepancy. After a brief look at local headlines and regional weather we listen to Hospitality House’s needs for the week followed by Bravehearts. Tonight we listen to the second half of an interview with a Sumner Stuart. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:53
May 21, 2021
Peace Officers and Standard Training (P.O.S.T)
Hospitality House and its partners recently introduced Peace Officers and Standard Training (POST) curriculum in Nevada County, a training focused on homelessness best practices that is officially available to all law enforcement throughout the state of California.  Felton Pruitt interviews Nancy Baglietto, Executive Director of Hospitality House, Nevada County Sheriff, Shannan Moon, and Grass Valley Police Chief, Alex Gammelgard about POST.
32:59
May 20, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday May 19th, 2021
A man, who appears to have nothing to do with starting a fire in L.A.'s Pacific Palisades area, was identified as a suspect by a popular crime reporting app called Citizen. Tonight the California Report talks with "Wired" journalist Boone Ashworth about past controversies surrounding the app. Felton Pruitt interviews Nancy Baglietto Executive Director of Hospitality House, Nevada County Sheriff Shannan Moon, and Grass Valley Police Chief Alex Gammelgard about POST, Peace Officer Standard Training. We close Tonight with a commentary Chaplain Norris Burkes.
25:24
May 20, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday May 18th, 2021
After the latest COVID News, the California Report covers water. First they look at how The city of San Francisco is suing the state of California over water storage issues and then how Lake Tahoe divers have started an effort to collect garbage that's accumulated on the lake’s bottom. After a look at regional news and weather, we’ll check in with Michael DiMartino with the Water Protector Report. We close with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti entitled: Wage Osmosis.
23:46
May 19, 2021
A Walk in the Park
Syd Brown shares updates from Empire Mine State Historic Park, Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, and South Yuba River State Park.
06:45
May 18, 2021
Evening News - Monday May 17th, 2021
The California Report continues to cover the delay in compensation for victims of wildfire caused by PG&E. National Native News reports on the Indian Health Service's efforts to immunize adolescents. Then, after regional news and weather, we'll take a "Walk In The Park" with Syd Brown.
25:01
May 18, 2021
Keep Tuned and Berry On
Felton Pruitt talks with Jody Barnett of the Strawberry Music Festival about the upcoming Hog Ranch Radio broadcast, “KEEP TUNED AND BERRY ON.”
10:50
May 15, 2021
Evening News - Friday May 14th, 2021
The California Report explores how new federal guidelines on protective face coverings could make things awkward for governor Newsom. After regional news and weather Felton Pruitt talks with Jody Barnett of the Strawberry Music Festival about the upcoming Hog Ranch Radio broadcast, “KEEP TUNED AND BERRY ON.” We close with a commentary by Richard Stockton.
25:11
May 15, 2021
Evening News - Thursday May 13th, 2021
Because of the pandemic, a growing number of health systems are offering people with serious health conditions hospital-level treatment in the comfort of their homes. The California Report has the details. After a brief look at local news and regional weather, we’ll listen Hospitality House’s needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week we hear the story of Sumner, a man who is unable to cope with society and lives in the woods instead. We close tonight with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:24
May 14, 2021
InConcert Sierra
Keith Porter speaks with Ken and Julie Harden from InConcert Sierra about upcoming shows and how the pandemic has affected the organization. 
06:52
May 13, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday May 12th, 2021
Tonight on the California Report, Saul Gonzales talks to state senator and pediatrician Richard Pan about vaccinating adolescents. After a brief look at local news and regional weather, Keith Porter speaks with Ken and Julie Harden from InConcert Sierra about upcoming shows and how the pandemic has affected the 75 year old organization. We close tonight with a commentary by Teresa Langness.
23:27
May 13, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday May 11th, 2021
Tonight on the California Report, Marc Albert of KCRB in Santa Rosa speaks with Lily Jamali about what PG&E is doing this season to try to prevent its equipment from sparking another wildfire. After a brief look at local news and regional weather, Paul Emery talks with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, about labor and whether or not economic support for the unemployed is slowing the labor market’s recovery. We close tonight with a commentary shared by Marc Cuniberti. Link to the Nevada County Grand Jury Report on Cannabis released today.
24:59
May 12, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery and retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, chat about the labor market.
10:00
May 11, 2021
Evening News - Monday May 10th, 2021
The California Report takes us inside Project Home Key before this weeks National Native News. We look at regional headlines and weather before a story about seismology by Al Stahler.  
24:30
May 11, 2021
Peter Wilson
Local musician and promoter Peter Wilson talks about the challenges of keeping his music going during the pandemic and looking forward to a more promising future.
08:37
May 08, 2021
Music in the Mountains
Keith Porter interviews Jenny Darlington-Person, Executive Director of Music in the Mountains.
05:29
May 08, 2021
Evening News - Friday May 7th, 2021
The California Report follows a family as their toddler receives the COVID19 vaccine as part of a clinical trial. After a roundup of regional news and weather, Keith Porter interviews Jenny Darlington-Person, Executive Director of Music in the Mountains and Felton Pruitt talks with Peter Wilson.
24:30
May 08, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 6th, 2021
In 2018 the Camp fire roared through the town of Paradise. Now, almost a year and a half after PG&E reached a 13.5 billion dollar settlement, most of the victims are still waiting for compensation. The California Report has the details.  We look are regional headlines and weather before Hospitality House’s needs of the week and then Bravehearts. This week is part 2 of an interview with Robert, a man who has lived in the woods of Nevada County for many years. We wrap things up with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:48
May 07, 2021
Julie Baker, Executive Director of Californians for the Arts
Felton Pruitt talks with Julie Baker, the Executive Director of Californians for the Arts, about their one billion dollar request from the State of California to rebuild the arts communities in our state.
07:33
May 06, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday April 5th, 2021
Some former skeptics are now getting the vaccine, the California Report interviews Dr. Brian Castrucci, of the De Beaumont Foundation about their findings. We look at local headlines and weather before listening to an interview with Julie Baker, the Executive Director of Californians for the Arts. We close tonight with a commentary by local chaplain, Norris Burkes.
24:52
May 06, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
With growing concerns about drought, Paul Emery asks hydrogeologist Steve Baker how current conditions compare to dry spells of the past.
05:53
May 05, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday April 4th, 2021
Millions of Americans have received their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine but haven’t returned for their second dose. The California Report interviews Dr. Steven Parodi, executive director of the Permanente Group at Kaiser Permanente about the phenomenon. We look at regional news and weather before this week’s Water News with hydrogeologist Steve Baker. We close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti about the stock market and how despite investors best efforts, no one can be certain about the market’s direction.
24:08
May 05, 2021
Evening News - Monday April 4th, 2021
Millions of Americans have received their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine but haven’t returned for their second dose. The California Report interviews Dr. Steven Parodi, executive director of the Permanente Group at Kaiser Permanente about the phenomenon. We’ll look at regional news and weather before this week’s Water News with hydrogeologist Steve Baker. We close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti about the stock market and how despite investors best efforts, no one can be certain about the market’s direction.
24:08
May 05, 2021
A Walk in the Park: News and Updates from Nevada County's 3 State Parks
Syd Brown shares updates from Empire Mine State Historic Park, Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, and South Yuba River State Park.
09:04
May 04, 2021
Evening News - Monday May 3rd, 2021
After an examination of the many factors driving vaccine hesitancy by The California Report, National Native News reports on the steps being taken by the Oneida Nation to support casino employees after a deadly shooting. We take "A Walk in The Park" with Syd Brown right after regional news and weather.
24:58
May 04, 2021
Evening News - Friday April 30th, 2021
According to the California Report sea otters have kept the the Monterrey Bay kelp forests healthy and UC Santa Cruz researchers are now studying how these marine mammals help protect the endangered underwater eco-systems. The California News Service covers the ongoing fight to end oil drilling in the Golden State. We listen to Susan Potter’s report before a round up of regional news and weather. We close with an interview with Cindy Giardina, the owner of the Golden Era Lounge in Nevada City.
23:23
May 01, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 29th, 2021
1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Sacramento county and San Diego County is examining the viability of a 24 hour clinic that would help get shots into the arms of people who work odd hours. The California Report has the details. After a roundup of regional news and weather we’ll listen to Hospitality House’s needs of the week and Bravehearts. This week Betty Louise interviews Robert, a man who has been living in the woods for many years. We close tonight with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:10
April 30, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday April 28th, 2021
With schools reopening in the fall, the California Report weighs what's at stake for the state and the governor. The California News Service covers the fracking phaseout before a roundup of local news and weather. Felton Pruitt speaks with Ernie Kehn, partner to Tom Coleman, the former owner of the National Hotel. We close with a commentary from Don Rivenes.
24:46
April 29, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery checks in with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, about upcoming GDP numbers.
07:57
April 28, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday April 27th, 2021
The California Report provides details about the measure to recall governor Gavin Newsom and explains how for the first time in its history, our state will lose a seat in Congress. We cover local news and weather before listening Gary Zimmerman’s economic report, and we close with a commentary about debt and deficits by Marc Cuniberti.
24:49
April 28, 2021
Evening News - Monday April 26th, 2021
The California Report revisits the first election to recall the governor and National Native News reports on a new court ruling that favors the rights of indigenous peoples in Canada. A roundup of regional news and weather precedes a report by Al Stahler about how plants communicate with color, and how you can start a conversation with native species.
25:16
April 27, 2021
Evening News - Friday April 23rd, 2021
The latest vaccine news, bicycle news, regional headlines and weather, plus an interview with local musician, Juliet Gobert.
23:39
April 24, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 22nd, 2021
Despite the hopes of many Central Valley Farmers, the Governor has declared emergency drought orders for just two counties: Mendocino and Sonoma. Tonight’s California Report has the details. After regional headlines and weather, we’ll listen to Hospitality House’s Needs of the week and Bravehearts. Tonight we hear part two of an interview with Tony Beverly. We close tonight with an essay by Molly Fisk.
23:20
April 23, 2021
Nevada County's REACH Team
Keith Porter talks with Cindy Wilson, Nevada County’s Director of Public Health Nursing, about Nevada County’s REACH team.
05:16
April 22, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday April 21st, 2021
Reimagining policing in the twilight of the Chauvin verdict, regional news and weather, an interview with Cindy Wilson, Nevada County’s Director of Public Health Nursing, about Nevada County's REACH team. We close with a commentary from Chaplain Norris Burkes.
24:40
April 22, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
As California heads into a second summer of dry conditions, Hydrogeologist Steve Baker offers advice on how we can all work together to lessen the sting of drought.
08:05
April 21, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday April 20th, 2021
The California Report reveals that Los Angeles is set to be the latest city to give no-strings-attached cash payments to people who need it. We cover the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial and look at regional weather before diving into this week’s Water News. We’ll Close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
24:27
April 21, 2021
Evening News - Monday April 19th, 2021
Racial Reckoning reports on the rising tension in Minneapolis as jury deliberations begin in the Derek Chauvin trial. The California Report offers tax information for the unemployed, and National Native News covers a University of Utah study confirming that indigenous practices can help control wildfires in times of drought. After a roundup of local news and weather, Syd Brown offers news about Nevada County’s 3 state parks.
25:18
April 20, 2021
A Walk in the Park: News and Updates from Nevada County’s 3 State Parks – 4/19/21
Syd Brown shares updates from Empire Mine State Historic Park, Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, and South Yuba River State Park.
06:56
April 19, 2021
Evening News - Friday April 16th, 2021
Ongoing coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial followed by the California Report. Then regional news and weather before an interview with a homeowner who lives near The Idaho-Maryland Mine.
24:27
April 17, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 15th, 2021
Tonight in the ongoing coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial, Racial Reckoning covers Judge Cahill’s denial of the defense’s motion to acquit the former police officer. The California Report explains how our state could join 5 others by permanently sending all voters a ballot in the mail for every election. We’ll look at the regional headlines and local weather before listening to Hospitality House’s needs of the week and Bravehearts. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
24:51
April 16, 2021
Rise Gold Corporation
Felton Pruitt talks with the president of Rise Gold Corp.
08:41
April 15, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday April 14th, 2021
Racial Reckoning reports on the aftermath of the killing of Daunte Wright along with an update from the Derek Chauvin trial. The California Report covers the effort to ban hydrofracking. After regional news and weather, Felton Pruitt talks with the president of Rise Gold Corp. We close with a commentary by Shirley Freriks.
24:59
April 15, 2021
Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery and Gary Zimmerman discuss 2020 GDP numbers and the outlook for 2021.
09:05
April 14, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 13th, 2021
Tonight Racial Reckoning reports on the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright. Brooklyn Center Police Chief Tim Gannon describing the shooting as “an accidental discharge.” The California Report covers the latest regarding the status of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Both the CDC and the FDA have recommended a pause in the use of the J & J vaccine effective today. Then regional headlines and the weather before this week’s Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman and we close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
25:14
April 14, 2021
CHIRP Sets Up Shop
Al Stahler talks with Shelly Covert of the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe and CHIRP about it's ongoing fight to restore federal recognition.
04:22
April 13, 2021
Evening News - Monday April 12th, 2021
Racial Reckoning reports on the police shooting of Daunte Wright, the California Report explores The Golden State's role in popularizing electric vehicles, and National Native News covers the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to convince the Biden administration to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline. After a roundup of regional news and weather, Al Stahler talks with Shelly Covert of the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe about it's ongoing fight to restore federal recognition.
26:15
April 13, 2021
Will There Be Music At The Crazy Horse Soon?
Tyler Blue, Director of Music for the Crazy Horse Saloon in Nevada City talks with Felton Pruitt about the club's plans to bring live music back in June.
06:48
April 10, 2021
Evening News - Friday April 9th, 2021
Regional entertainment news, weather, and a conversation with Tyler Blue, Director of Music for the Crazy Horse Saloon in Nevada City about the club's plans to bring live music back in June.
24:51
April 10, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 8th, 2021
Racial Reckoning reports on how a witness changed his testimony after watching video footage and being provided more context. Then Valley Public Radio covers Fresno’s attempts to deal with an increase in hate crimes targeting the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities. We’ll take a look at the weather before listening to Hospitality House’s needs of the week and Bravehearts. We’ll close with a commentary by Molly Fisk.
24:21
April 09, 2021
Nevada County Coalition of Firewise Communities
Keith Porter speaks with Bob Long, past chair of the Nevada County Coalition of Firewise Communities.
09:21
April 08, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday April 7th, 2021
The Racial Reckoning journalism initiative reports on the Derek Chauvin trial, we cover local news and weather, and Keith Porter interviews Bob Long, past chair of the Nevada County Coalition of Firewise Communities. We close with a commentary from Chaplain Norris Burkes.
26:07
April 08, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday April 6th, 2021
The Racial Reckoning journalism initiative provides another update on the Derek Chauvin trial and The California Report profiles efforts to vaccinate vulnerable Latino populations in Merced County. Then regional news and weather followed by this week's Water News. We close with a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
25:07
April 07, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
Paul Emery talks with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about drought and California's water rights system.
07:15
April 06, 2021
A Walk in the Park: News and Updates from Nevada County's 3 State Parks
Syd Brown shares updates from Empire Mine State Historic Park, Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, and South Yuba River State Park.
07:08
April 06, 2021
Evening News - Monday April 5th, 2021
An update on the Derek Chauvin trial from the Racial Reckoning journalism initiative followed by the California Report and National Native News. And after a roundup of regional news and weather, Syd Brown of Sierra Gold Parks Foundation takes us on a Walk in the Park: News and Updates from Nevada County's 3 state parks.
24:56
April 06, 2021
Evening News - Friday April 2nd, 2021
Updates from the Derek Chauvin trial provided by the Racial Reckoning journalism initiative, a roundup of regional cultural news, local weather, and an interview with California Bluegrass Association’s Pete Ludé.
24:52
April 03, 2021
Pete Ludé - California Bluegrass Association
Felton Pruitt checks in with the CBA Board Chair about what the association is planning for this year.
07:59
April 03, 2021
Evening News - Thursday April 1st, 2021
Special coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial provided by Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice followed by the California Report. Then we cover regional news and weather before Hospitality House's needs of the week and Bravehearts. Molly Fisk closes the newscast by reading poetry by two Asian-American poets.
25:55
April 02, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday March 30th, 2021
Regional news and weather followed by special coverage of the Derek Chauvin murder trial. Then Felton Pruitt speaks with Brian Foss, Nevada County Planning Director, about an upcoming opportunity to learn more about CEQA: the California Environmental Quality Act. We close with a commentary by Betsy Lombard.   Thanks to Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice for their contribution to our newscast today. A live audio stream of the Derek Chauvin murder trial is available here.
30:00
April 01, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 30th, 2021
Regional news and weather before diving into the world of economics. First, Paul Emery speaks with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman about inflation and then Marc Cuniberti closes the newscast with a commentary about Capitalism.
30:57
March 31, 2021
The Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery chats with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, about inflation and how the Fed is keeping the interest rates low in hopes of boosting the current economic recovery.
09:27
March 30, 2021
Evening News - Monday March 29th, 2021
Regional news and weather, then Al Stahler explains the uncertainty principle and how that relates to our bodies.
30:27
March 30, 2021
Worldfest Day - An interview with Amber Jo Manuel, Executive Director of The Center for the Arts
Felton Pruitt talks with Amber Jo Manuel, Executive Director of The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, about the upcoming Worldfest Day, a reduced capacity event taking place on July 17th.
05:37
March 27, 2021
Evening News - Friday March 26th, 2021
After regional news and weather Al Stahler explains why the weather has been so dry recently. Then, a conversation between KVMR’s Felton Pruitt and Amber Jo Manuel, Executive Director of The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, about the upcoming Worldfest Day, a reduced capacity event taking place on July 17th.
29:54
March 27, 2021
Evening News - Thursday March 25th, 2021
Regional news and weather, Hospitality House’s needs for the week and Bravehearts. This week, Part 2 of an interview with local artist Terry Worden. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
30:10
March 26, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday March 24th, 2021
After regional news and weather Al Stahler talks about the equinox and the tilt of earth's axis. We close tonight with a commentary from Norris Burkes.
27:00
March 25, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 23rd, 2021
Right after local news and weather, Paul Emery talks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker about the proposal to reopen the Idaho-Maryland Mine and how it relates to local groundwater. We close out our newscast with a commentary from Mary McClain.
30:01
March 24, 2021
Evening News - Monday March 22nd, 2021
After a look at regional news and weather, we’ll hear from Syd Brown, Member of the Board of Directors of Sierra Gold Parks Foundation in tonight’s premier of “A Walk in the Park: News and updates about western Nevada County’s 3 State Parks.
29:14
March 23, 2021
Evening News - Friday March 19th, 2021
Cultural and entertainment news followed by regional weather and an interview with Naomi Cabral of the Interfaith Food Ministry.
28:47
March 20, 2021
Evening News - Thursday March 18th, 2021
Regional weather followed by Hospitality House’s needs of the week and this week's Bravehearts.  We close with a commentary by Molly Fisk where she shares her thoughts about the interconnection of all things.
28:43
March 19, 2021
Nevada County aims to vaccinate food service workers
Felton Pruitt interviews Cindy Wilson, Nevada County's Director of Public Health Nursing, about the county's plan to vaccinate food service workers.  
07:54
March 18, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday March 17th, 2021
Regional news and weather followed by an interview with Cindy Wilson, Nevada County's Director of Public Health Nursing, about the county's plan to vaccinate food service workers.  
30:00
March 18, 2021
The Global Economic Report With Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery checks in with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, about the 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus package and how it’s expected to affect the American economy.
07:55
March 17, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 16th, 2021
Regional weather followed by the Global Economic Report with retired Federal Reserve senior economist, Gary Zimmerman, and commentary by Marc Cuniberti about universal basic income.
30:00
March 17, 2021
Evening News - Monday March 15th, 2021
National Native News reports on the historic nomination of Deb Haaland, potentially making her the first Native American to lead a cabinet agency, followed by a roundup of regional news and weather. Al Stahler talks about how our knowledge of the virus is evolving.
30:00
March 16, 2021
Strawberry Music Festival Update
Felton Pruitt talks with Bix Beeman and Jodi Barnett about the future of Strawberry Music Festival.
08:47
March 13, 2021
Evening News - Friday March 12th, 2021
Cultural news and weather along with an interview with Strawberry Music Festival organizers about the festival's future. We close with a commentary by Chaplain Norris Burkes.
31:00
March 13, 2021
Evening News - Thursday March 11th, 2021
Regional headlines and weather, then Hospitality House’s Needs of the week followed by Bravehearts. This week we listen to part two of an interview with Paul Cogley, Executive Director of Sierra Roots. We close tonight’s newscast with a commentary by Molly Fisk.
28:14
March 12, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday March 10th, 2021
Regional news and weather then Keith Porter interviews Teresa Dietrich about Priced Out! Women, Children and Housing, a town hall happening on Thursday, March 11th from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
30:00
March 11, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 9th, 2021
Regional weather and news followed by an interview with Scott Lay, the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools, about students heading back to their classrooms. We close tonight’s newscast with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti about debt. How much is too much?
29:30
March 10, 2021
Evening News - Monday March 8th, 2021
Regional news and weather followed by KVMR's Charlotte Peterson in conversation with J Ross Parrelli. We close with a commentary by Jim Hightower.
29:60
March 09, 2021
Evening News - Friday March 5th, 2021
Regional weekend weather and cultural news followed by an interview with Paul Kamm of the band, Achilles Wheel.
30:29
March 06, 2021
Evening News - Thursday March 4th, 2021
Regional News and Weather followed by The Hospitality House’s needs of the week. Then, this week’s edition of Bravehearts features and interview with Paul Cogley, Executive Director of Sierra Roots. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
29:50
March 05, 2021
Good to Grow- Let's Talk Cannabis Equity Program
A conversation with Diana Gamzon, the Executive Director of the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance and Craig Griesbach, Director of Nevada County's Building Code and Cannabis Compliance Department.
10:17
March 04, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday March 3rd, 2021
Regional weather and news followed by the Downtown Grass Valley Association Report and then a conversation with Diana Gamzon, the Executive Director of the Nevada County Cannabis Alliance and Craig Griesbach, Director of Nevada County's Building Code and Cannabis Compliance Department.
30:00
March 04, 2021
Water News with Steve Baker
Paul Emery talks with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about rain and how this month's numbers compare to last year's.
06:24
March 03, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday March 2nd, 2021
Regional headlines and weather then Paul Emery talks to Hydrogeologist Steve Baker about rain and how this month's numbers compare to last year's. We close our newscast with a commentary from Marc Cuniberti.
28:43
March 03, 2021
Evening News - Monday March 1st, 2021
Right after the NPR News Headlines and the California Report, National Native News examines the campaign to influence the confirmation of New Mexico representative, Deb Haaland, as U.S. secretary of the interior. Then regional weather and news followed by a commentary from Jim Hightower.
30:16
March 02, 2021
Global Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery speaks with economist Gary Zimmerman about Fed policy, pandemic related job loss, and prospects for the economic recovery.
12:58
February 27, 2021
Evening News - Friday February 26th, 2021
Weekend weather and news followed by the Economic Report with Gary Zimmerman. We close with commentary from Chaplain Norris Burkes.
30:45
February 27, 2021
Evening News - Thursday February 25th, 2021
Regional weather followed by the Nevada City Chamber of Commerce Report with Felton Pruitt and Gretchen Bond. Then Hospitality House’s needs for the week followed by tonight’s Braveheats—Part two of an interview with Grass Valley police Chief Alex Gammalgard. We close with a reading by Molly Fisk.
32:12
February 26, 2021
Kit Elliott, county counsel for Nevada County
Felton Pruitt talks to Kit Elliott, county counsel for Nevada County, about the status of a lawsuit filed against the state and county by some local restaurant owners.
12:19
February 25, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday February 24th, 2021
Regional weather and news, then Felton Pruitt talks to the county council for Nevada County about the status of a lawsuit filed against the state and county by some local restaurant owners.
30:21
February 25, 2021
African Methodist Episcopal Churches in Nevada County
The Grass Valley City Council will vote tonight on designating the former location of the African Methodist Episcopal Church as a historic site. Joyce Miller talks to Linda Jack of the Grass Valley Historical Commission about the church’s history in Nevada County.
15:19
February 24, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday February 23rd, 2021
Regional weather followed by a conversation between KVMR's Joyce Miller and Linda Jack of the Grass Valley Historical Commission about the African Methodist Episcopal church’s history in Nevada County.
30:00
February 24, 2021
Evening News - Monday February 22nd, 2021
National Native News reports on felony charges brought against activists who toppled a statue of Junipero Serra at mission San Rafael, The California News Service looks into the link between the oil exploration and health problems, and after a roundup of regional news and weather, KVMR's Al Stahler explains what we can learn from rocks--both here on Earth and on Mars.
30:35
February 23, 2021
Evening News - Friday February 19th, 2020
Regional weather and cultural news followed by an interview with the founders of Black Lives Matter El Dorado County.
30:20
February 20, 2021
Evening News - Thursday February 18th, 2021
Following regional news and weather, hosts William Wallace & Betty Louise interview Grass Valley's Police Chief Alex Gammelgard in this week's Bravehearts. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
29:15
February 19, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday February 17th, 2021
Regional weather and news, the Downtown Grass Valley Association Report, a story about the ongoing efforts to clean up sites burned in last year's Jones Fire, and an update on NASA's Perseverance rover Mars landing.
30:34
February 18, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday February 16th, 2021
Regional weather and news, this weeks installment of Water News with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker, and we close with an interview with Nevada County’s Environmental Health Director, Amy Irani, about the kickoff of Platform Kitchen Operations designed to benefit permitted food entrepreneurs through these uncertain economic times.
29:02
February 17, 2021
Evening News - Monday February 15th, 2021
Our newscast features National Native News, regional news and weather, and closes with a topical poem by Synnika Alek-Chizoba Lofton.
30:00
February 16, 2021
Evening News - Friday February 12th, 2020
Following regional weather and headlines we’ll listen in on a conversation that KVMR’s Felton Pruitt had with singer-songwriter James McMurtry about what life is like for a musician during the current pandemic. We close with a commentary by Chaplain Norris Burkes.
28:48
February 13, 2021
Evening News - Thursday February 11th, 2021
Regional weather followed by a conversation with Public Information Officer, Taylor Wolfe, about California's new Covid-19 vaccination appointment website, MyTurn.ca.gov. Then a message from Hospitality House and this weeks Bravehearts followed by an essay by Molly Fisk.
30:09
February 12, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday February 10th, 2021
Local Weather and news followed by an interview by Heidi Starr with Nevada County Assistant District Attorney, Christopher Walsh. We close with Felton Pruitt's conversation with Gretchen Bond from the Nevada City Chamber of commerce.
30:05
February 11, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday February 9th, 2021
Regional weather and news followed by a conversation with Helen Hutchinson, board-member and past president for the League of Women Voters of California about an upcoming presentation entitled, “Redistricting: What it is and Why it Matters.” We close our newscast tonight with a commentary about inflation by Marc Cuniberti.
31:08
February 10, 2021
Evening News - Monday February 8th, 2021
We begin with local headlines and regional weather, then Keith Porter speaks with Megan Lloyd, Adult Services Librarian for the Nevada County Community Library, about the Nevada County Reads program which begins today. We close with a report by Al Stahler on the upcoming arrival of three spacecraft on Mars.
30:12
February 09, 2021
Evening News - Friday February 5th, 2021
Local headlines and regional weather followed by Felton Pruitts's interview with musician Terry Allen who organized, Food For Love, a virtual concert on Feb. 13th. Then incoming KVMR news director Claudio Mendonca speaks with outgoing news director, Paul Emery.
30:29
February 06, 2021
Dr. Scott Kellermann, Nevada County Public Health Officer
Keith Porter interviews Nevada County Public Health Officer, Dr Scott Kellermann.
09:21
February 05, 2021
Evening News - Thursday February 4th, 2021
We begin our newscast with NPR news headlines and The California Report followed by regional weather and local news. Then Keith Porter interviews Nevada County Public Health Officer, Dr. Scott Kellermann. We bring you this weeks edition of Bravehearts and close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
35:36
February 05, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday February 3rd, 2021
We begin our newscast with National Public Radio news headlines and The California Report followed by a roundup of regional weather and local news. Felton Pruitt interviews Ramona Howard, executive director of Nevada County Media.   
30:00
February 04, 2021
Water News with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker - February 2nd, 2021
Paul Emery talks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker in this weeks edition of Water News.
06:49
February 03, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday February 2nd, 2021
Tonight, following NPR Headlines and The California Report, we bring you regional weather followed by two reports from the California News Service. First a story about a push to include undocumented seniors in Medi-Cal and then a report on the dwindling Western Monarch Butterfly population. Closing out today's newscast Paul Emery talks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker in this weeks edition of Water News.
27:00
February 03, 2021
Frank McClain, Co-creator and Facilitator of "Beyond Trauma: The Balanced Relationships Project"
Frank McClain, co-creator and facilitator of Beyond Trauma: The Balanced Relationship Project, talks with Cláudio Mendonça about his work.
10:12
February 02, 2021
Evening News - Monday February 1st, 2021
We begin our newscast with NPR Headlines and The California Report followed by local headlines and regional weather with Joyce Miller. Then Frank McClain, co-creator and facilitator of Beyond Trauma: The Balanced Relationship Project, talks with Cláudio Mendonça about his work. We close with a message from Cláudio about his new job as KVMR's News Director.
31:37
February 02, 2021
Community Beyond Violence Forum
Stephanie Fischer, the Executive Director of Community Beyond Violence, talks about their Virtual Forum: Domestic and Sexual Violence: How It Touches Us All. The forum happens Saturday, January 30th, from 9:30 to 11:30am and can be viewed by going to the CBV website.
12:04
January 30, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 29th, 2021
Felton Pruitt begins our newscast with local headlines followed by regional weather. After today's NPR headlines, Stephanie Fischer, the Executive Director of Community Beyond Violence, talks about their Virtual Awareness Forum called Domestic & Sexual Violence: How It Touches Us All. The forum takes place Saturday, January 30th from 9:30 to 11:30 am. The Public News Service reports on how Oregon lawmakers could freeze mega-polluting dairy farms, and we close with a conversation with Marnie Marshall of the Grass Valley Downtown Association.
31:23
January 30, 2021
Homelessness in Nevada County in the Time of Covid
Paul Emery speaks with Nevada County Housing director, Brendan Phillips about the challenges in providing housing for homeless people in the time of Covid.
08:48
January 29, 2021
Evening News - Thursday January 28th, 2020
Tonight's newscast begins with NPR Headlines and regional weather followed by this week's edition of Bravehearts. Paul Emery speaks with Nevada County Housing director, Brendan Phillips about the challenges in providing housing for homeless people in the time of Covid. Then, National Native news, and we close our newscast with an essay by Molly Fisk. 
30:00
January 29, 2021
Financial News With Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery talks with Gary Zimmerman about the most recent global economic forecast.
14:53
January 28, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday January 27th, 2021
We begin tonight’s newscast with NPR Headlines followed by regional weather. Then, Paul Emery talks with Gary Zimmerman about the most recent global economic forecast before we bring you an NPR report on the upcoming impeachment trial of former President Trump. We close our newscast with a commentary by Lorraine Webb.
29:57
January 28, 2021
Atmospheric Rivers
Al Stahler talks to KVMR about the nature of this week’s storms and why they are called atmospheric rivers
08:30
January 27, 2021
Preparing for the Storms
Paul Cunmmings, Emergency Services Program Manager for Nevada County, talks with Paul Emery about the upcoming storms and how to prepare for them.
06:13
January 27, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday January 26th, 2021
We begin tonight’s newscast with NPR Headlines followed by regional weather.  Paul Cunmmings, Emergency Services Program Manager for Nevada County, talks with Paul Emery about the upcoming storms and how to prepare for them. More storm news follows as Al Stahler talks to KVMR about the nature of this week’s storms and why they are called atmospheric rivers. Native Voice One brings us today’s National Native News. Closing out today’s newscast we have Jim Hightower with a commentary.
31:11
January 27, 2021
Connecting Point Nevada County
Paul Emery speaks with Bret Shady from Connecting Point about how it is assisting people seeking a COVID-19 vaccine.
09:32
January 26, 2021
Evening News - Monday January 25th, 2021
We begin tonight's newscast with NPR Headlines followed by regional weather from the National Weather Service. Paul Emery speaks with Bret Shady from Connecting Point about how the organization is assisting people seeking a COVID-19 vaccine. Then we bring you this week's Water News with hydrogeologist Steve Baker. We close our newscast with an NPR story on the death of broadcast legend Larry King.
31:34
January 26, 2021
NJUHSD returns to Hybrid-Learning
Brett McFadden, the Superintendent of Nevada Joint Union High School District, speaks with KVMR's Felton Pruitt about re-opening schools to Hybrid-Learning on February 1st.
11:29
January 23, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 22nd, 2021
Today’s newscast begins with local headlines and regional weather followed by NPR Headlines. Then Felton Pruitt speaks with Brett McFadden, the Superintendent of the Nevada Joint Union High School District, about schools returning to Hybrid-learning on February 1st.  The Public News Service reports on the American Civil Liberties Union applauding Joe Biden's Moratorium on Evictions and on the HEAL Food Alliance, an organization whose aim is to transform our food and farm systems.  We close with a piece by World Ocean Radio about the importance of mapping our oceans. 
30:40
January 23, 2021
Evening News - Thursday January 21st, 2021
Today's newscast features NPR Headlines and regional weather, this weeks edition of Braveharts, and a National Public Radio report on inequality in our health system as revealed by the current COVID-19 crisis. Then National Native News reports on reactions to President Biden's order to revoke the Keystone XL pipeline permit. We close with an essay by Molly Fisk.
30:19
January 22, 2021
Cannabis News with Diana Gamzon
Paul Emery speaks with Diana Gamzon, Executive Director of the Cannabis Alliance about the latest news for Nevada County’s Cannabis Cultivation.
07:40
January 21, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 20th, 2021
We begin tonight’s newscast with NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery then speaks with Diana Gamzon, Executive Director of the Cannabis Alliance. They will be talking about the latest news for Nevada County’s Cannabis Cultivation. We have today’s National Native News. NPR Reports on how President Trump's Travel Ban Will Be Hard For President Biden to Erase. Groups are “floored” by President Biden’s new immigration proposal which will offer a path to citizenship, Public News Service has the story. Closing out today’s newscast, we have Jim Hightower with a Commentary.
30:40
January 21, 2021
Water News with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker - January 19th, 2021
We bring you this week’s Water News, where hydrogeologist Steve Baker chats with Paul Emery.
06:18
January 20, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 19th, 2021
Our newscast begins with NPR headlines and regional weather. Following headlines and weather we bring you this week’s Water News, where hydrogeologist Steve Baker chats with Paul Emery. It’s Wild and Scenic time in Nevada County and Paul Emery speaks with Jess Swigonski, Wild and Scenic Film Festival Director, who tells us about some of the happenings at this year’s festival. We then bring you a story from NPR about a new Corona Virus vaccine from China. Closing out today’s newscast we have Marc Cuniberti with a commentary.
30:23
January 20, 2021
KVMR Presents: Bethel AME Choir Highlights
Celebrating over 30 years of having the beloved Bethel AME Church Choir and its longtime director Zenobia Brown make their yearly trek to Nevada City for KVMR 89.5 FM’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Gospel Concert. KVMR’s Paul Emery has compiled various recordings of our annual gospel concert into a one hour-long special for your ears’ and heart’s delight.
01:00:03
January 19, 2021
2021 Wild and Scenic Film Festival Media Lounge
Meet some of the filmmakers in the Wild & Scenic Media Lounge hosted by Elisa Parker of KVMR and See Jane Do.
01:04:24
January 16, 2021
Evening News - Thursday January 14th, 2021
Our newscast begins with local headlines and regional weather followed by NPR news. Then we bring you this week’s Bravehearts, a locally produced program whose aim is to increase awareness and understanding of homelessness. Felton Pruitt speaks with Marnie Marshall, Executive Director of the Grass Valley Downtown Association followed by an essay from poet, Molly Fisk. This weeks segment of World Ocean Radio discusses natural capital and the true cost of things both financial and social. We close our newscast with a commentary from Michelle Greene, founder of Black Lives Matter El Dorado County.
34:28
January 15, 2021
Financial News With Gary Zimmerman
Paul Emery speaks with Gary Zimmerman about the economic outlook for 2021.
10:57
January 14, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday January 13th, 2021
Today our newscast begins with NPR headlines followed by regional Weather. Paul Emery speaks with Nevada County Administrative Analyst, Taylor Wolfe, about the latest COVID-19 news and then with Gary Zimmerman regarding the economic outlook for 2021. We close our newscast with a commentary by Jim Hightower.  
29:57
January 14, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday January 12th, 2021
Our newscast begins with NPR Headlines followed by regional weather. For our local news piece this evening, Paul Emery talks with Alan Stahler about the lack of rain this winter. After that we bring you part of yesterday's press conference by Governor Gavin Newsom regarding the covid-19 pandemic in California. The Public News Service reports that the first female federal prisoner facing execution in 68 years has been granted a stay by a federal court in Indiana. Closing out today's newscast, we have a commentary by Marc Cuniberti.
32:05
January 13, 2021
Water News with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker - January 11th, 2021
Paul Emery speaks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker about fossil water and the possibility of drought in the coming year.
07:28
January 12, 2021
Evening News - Monday January 11th, 2021
Our newscast begins with NPR headlines followed by regional Weather. Paul Emery speaks with hydrogeologist Steve Baker in this week's installment of Water News followed by a report from National Native News. Then, Republican Senator Ben Sasse speaks with NPR about the attack on the United States Capitol on January 6th. We close our newscast with a commentary by Jim Hightower.   
31:27
January 12, 2021
Taylor Wolfe Provides An Update On COVID-19 Testing And Vaccination In Nevada County
Taylor Wolfe, Public Information Officer for Nevada County, speaks with Felton Pruitt about increased testing in Nevada County and provides an update about Nevada County’s Vaccination Schedule.
05:30
January 09, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 8th, 2021
Our newscast today begins with local headlines and Weather with Felton Pruitt followed by NPR National News. Then, Taylor Wolfe, Public Information Officer for Nevada County, talks with Felton about increased testing in Nevada County and provides an update about Nevada County's Vaccination Schedule. The Public News Service reports on Wednesday's assault on the Capitol and we close our newscast with an interview with Hindi Greenberg, board member of InConcert Sierra, about grants they given to local musicians.
31:16
January 09, 2021
Evening News - Thursday January 7th, 2021
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Bravehearts. National Native News. Molly Fisk Essay.
30:31
January 08, 2021
Evening News - Wednesday January 6th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Gretchen Bond Executive Director of the Miners Foundry. Shavati Karki-Pearl with Waste Management and David Garcia talk about recycling Christmas Trees. NPR Reports on Trumps three appointees to the Supreme Court.
29:55
January 07, 2021
Evening News - Tuesday January 5th, 2021
NPR Headlines followed by regional weather. Steve Baker chats with Molly Fisk about celebrating her 500th essay on KVMR Evening News this Thursday. NPR reports on the difficulty some long term care facilities are having in obtaining Covid vaccines. Marc Cuniberti with a commentary.
31:57
January 06, 2021
Water News with Hydrogeologist Steve Baker - January 4th, 2021
Water News with hydrogeologist Steve Baker.
06:37
January 05, 2021
Evening News - Monday December 4th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Water News with Steve Baker. NPR Reports that Former Walmart Pharmacists Say the Company Ignored Red Flags As Opioid Sales Boomed. National Native News. Steve Baker reads a commentary from KVMR listener, Warren George Weis Jr.
31:04
January 05, 2021
Evening News - Friday January 1st, 2021
Local Headlines and Weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National Headlines. Amy Irani the Director of Nevada County's Environmental Health Department talks about where the county is regarding stores and food establishments during the extended Stay At Home Order expected tomorrow. The Public News Service reports on groups demanding cancellation of Federal Student Loan Debt.
31:08
January 02, 2021
Evening News - Friday December 31st, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Bravehearts. Keith Porter talks with Leo Granucci about the Nevada County Relief Fund. NPR reports on the 2020 Census. Essay by Molly Fisk.
30:26
January 01, 2021
KVMR's 2020 News Retrospective
KVMR's Claudio Mendonca takes a look at the stories that defined this year, both locally and nationally.
19:28
December 31, 2020
Evening News - Wednesday December 30th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. KVMR's 2020 Retrospective with Claudio Mendonca. Jim Hightower with Commentary.
29:58
December 31, 2020
Water News with Steve Baker - December 29th, 2020
Water News with Steve Baker.
08:07
December 30, 2020
Evening News - Tuesday December 29th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. NPR Reports on issues the Supreme Court may be looking at in their new term. Water News with Steve Baker. Report on the difficulty of finding health care workers for small towns. Marc Cuniberti with a commentary.
32:16
December 30, 2020
Evening News - Monday December 28th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. National Native News. NPR Reports on suicide awareness and prevention, an important topic during the holiday season. The Public News Service reports on a California group working on new approaches to curb domestic violence and also that demands for adult-education programs are surging during the pandemic. Commentary by Jim Hightower.
31:47
December 29, 2020
Evening News - Thursday December 24th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Bravehearts. Paul Emery talks with Amber Jo Manuel about the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley. Special Christmas Poetry with Molly Fisk.
31:42
December 25, 2020
Economist Gary Zimmerman Talks About The Economy
Economist Gary Zimmerman talks with Paul Emery about the latest developments in the world of economics.
12:12
December 24, 2020
This Year's Wild and Scenic Film Festival
Paul Emery talks with Eric Dunn, producer of SYRCL's Wild and Scenic Film Festival about this years event.
11:28
December 24, 2020
Evening News - Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Eric Dunn producer of SYRCL's Wild and Scenic Film Festival about this years event. Economist Gary Zimmerman talks with Paul Emery about the latest developments in the world of economics.
29:57
December 24, 2020
Water News with Steve Baker - December 22nd, 2020
Water News with Steve Baker and Paul Emery.
10:42
December 23, 2020
Evening News - Tuesday December 22nd, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Water News with Steve Baker. NPR Reports about Big Oil evading regulations and causing pollution with plastic pellets. Commentary with Marc Cuniberti.
29:59
December 23, 2020
Evening News - Monday December 21st, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Gretchen Bond, President of Nevada City Chamber of Commerce. NPR reports on the financial struggle millions of Americans are dealing with. National Native News. Jim Hightower Commentary.
30:02
December 22, 2020
Evening News - Friday December 18th, 2020
KVMR Evening News Headlines & Weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National Headlines. Mikail Graham, the producer of the 15th Annual Night of Giving, a benefit for Hospitality House, talks about tomorrow night’s virtual event. Keith Porter talks with the director of the Auburn Symphony Peter Jaffe. Marnie Marshal gives us the Grass Valley Downtown Association Report.
31:58
December 19, 2020
Evening News - Thursday December 17th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Bravehearts. NPR Reports on the decline in college enrollment. Al Stahler with What's Up In the Sky. Molly Fisk Commentary.
31:13
December 18, 2020
Taylor Wolfe Talks About Covid Vaccine Release In Nevada County
Nevada County will soon have a vaccine available for Covid 19. Taylor Wolfe Administrative Analyst for Nevada County talks about the timetable for release.
07:08
December 17, 2020
Evening News - Wednesday December 16th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by regional weather. Paul Emery talks with Taylor Wolfe about the schedule for the Covid Vaccine to become available in Nevada County. Nevada City Mayor Erin Minet talks about the Nevada City Safe Program. Commentary by George Rebane. Click Here For Download.
29:58
December 17, 2020
Evening News - Tuesday December 15th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Water News with Steve Baker. NPR reports on how Scotland is handling Brexit. National Native News. Marc Cuniberti with a commentary.
29:19
December 16, 2020
Jim Anderson talks about the Short Center Repertory Center.
Paul Emery talks with Jim Anderson about the Short Center Repertory Center in Sacramento and a new production opening this week.
11:31
December 15, 2020
Evening News - Monday December 14th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Jim Anderson about the Short Center Repertory Theater Company based in Sacramento. National Native News. Jim Hightower Commentary.
30:58
December 15, 2020
Interview with Nevada County Environmental Health Director Amy Irani.
We talk with Amy Irani, Nevada County’s Environmental Health Director about our county’s new Stay At Home Order and the lawsuits business  owners have filled against the county and her personally.
12:20
December 12, 2020
Evening News - Friday December 11th, 2020
Local news and weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National Headlines. We talk with Amy Irani, Nevada County’s Environmental Health Director about our county’s new Stay At Home Order and the lawsuits business owners have filled against the county and her personally. The Public News Service takes a look at Friday’s news stories.
30:19
December 12, 2020
Evening News - Thursday December 10th, 2020
Local headlines and weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National Headlines. Bravehearts, a show about our local homeless population. We talk with Cameron Sears, the Executive Director of the Rex Foundation (and former manager of the Grateful Dead) about this Saturday's Rex Benefit called "Ain't No Time To Hate". Essay from Molly Fisk.
30:19
December 11, 2020
Evening News - Wednesday December 9th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Taylor Wolf with Nevada County talks about the Stay At Home designation that will take effect on Friday. Economic News with Gary Zimmerman.
29:59
December 10, 2020
Taylor Wolfe talks about the Stay At Home order for Nevada County
Taylor Wolfe talks with Paul Emery about the Stay At Home order for Nevada County.
08:46
December 10, 2020
Economic News with Gary Zimmerman
Economic News with Economist Gary Zimmerman and Paul Emery.
12:37
December 10, 2020
Evening News - Tuesday December 8th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Taylor Wolfe about the latest news concerning Covid 19 in Nevada County. Water News with Steve Baker. Marc Cuniberti Commentary.
32:43
December 09, 2020
Interview with Taylor Wolfe
Paul Emery talks with Taylor Wolfe about the latest news concerning Covid 19 in Nevada County.
09:38
December 09, 2020
Evening News - Monday December 7th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Pearl Harbor Survivor Sam Clower. National Native News. Jim Hightower Commentary.
29:40
December 08, 2020
Pearl Harbor & COVID-19 Survivor Earl Clower
Paul Emery talks with Pearl Harbor Survivor Earl Clower who is 101.  He is also now a survivor of the Covid 19 virus.
14:00
December 08, 2020
Evening News - Friday December 4th, 2020
KVMR Evening News Headlines and Weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National News Headlines. Nevada County COVID-19 Community Update featuring: Molly Dyck - Nevada County Assistant CEO. Heidi Hall - Chair of the Nevada County Board of Supervisors. Ryan Gruber - Nevada County Health & Human Agency Director. Jill Blake - Nevada County Public Health Director Dr. Brian Evans - CEO of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. Judy Newland - Tahoe Forest Hospital CEO.
59:57
December 05, 2020
Nevada County COVID-19 Community Update
Nevada County COVID-19 Community Update featuring: Molly Dyck - Nevada County Assistant CEO. Heidi Hall - Chair of the Nevada County Board of Supervisors. Ryan Gruber - Nevada County Health & Human Agency Director. Jill Blake - Nevada County Public Health Director Dr. Brian Evans - CEO of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. Judy Newland - Tahoe Forest Hospital CEO.
04:12
December 05, 2020
Evening News - Thursday December 3rd, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Bravehearts. Paul Emery talks with Christine Kelly about the Relief Fund Program. NPR Reports on Presidential Pardons. Molly Fisk Essay “A Pain In the Mask.”
31:24
December 04, 2020
Nevada County Relief Fund
Paul Emery talks with Christine Kelly about the Nevada County Relief Fund.
08:44
December 04, 2020
Evening News - Wednesday December 2nd, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Nick Ready Program Manager for Nevada County's Child Welfare Services about the Giving Tree Project. Gretchen Bond with Nevada City Chamber of Commerce talks about this year’s Holiday activities in Nevada City. NPR Reports on a Georgia Election Official who is blasting GOP silence on election threats. George Rebane with a Commentary.
30:19
December 03, 2020
Nevada County Giving Tree Project
Paul Emery talks with Nick Ready Program Manager for Nevada County's Child Welfare Services about the Giving Tree Project.
07:02
December 03, 2020
Evening News - Tuesday December 1st, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery talks with Taylor Wolfe, analyst for Nevada County about the latest local Covid updates. Economist Gary Zimmerman talks with KVMR about the nomination of Janet Yellen to be U.S. Treasury secretary. Marc Cuniberti with a commentary.
31:25
December 02, 2020
Economist Gary Zimmerman on Janet Yellen Nomination
Economist Gary Zimmerman talks with KVMR about the nomination of Janet Yellen to be U.S. Treasury Secretary.
07:27
December 02, 2020
Nevada County Covid Update with Taylor Wolfe
Paul Emery talks with Taylor Wolfe, analyst for Nevada County about the latest local Covid updates.
11:00
December 02, 2020
Evening News - Monday November 30th, 2020
NPR Headlines followed by Regional Weather. Paul Emery speaks with Eliza Tudor, Executive Director of the Nevada County Arts Council. Water News with Steve Baker. National Native News. Jim Hightower with a commentary.
30:48
December 01, 2020
Water News with Hydro-geologist Steve Baker
Water News with Steve Baker.
05:43
December 01, 2020
Evening News - Friday November 27th, 2020
KVMR Evening News Headlines and Weather with Felton Pruitt. NPR National Headlines. Pheobe Bell from the Nevada County Department of Behavioral Health talks about how to cope with depression during the 2020 holiday season. World Ocean Radio discusses the relationship between the World Bank and the Environment. The Public News Service looks at stories involving California and the U.S. Organizations that can help you if you are having trouble coping with stress and the world: California Warm Line: (855) 845-7415   www.mentalhealthsf.org FREED: (800) 655-7732 www.freed.org Spirit Peer Improvement Center: (530) 274-1431. Let's Talk Nevada County: (800) 801-1437.  www.mynevadacounty.org
31:14
November 28, 2020