New Program Clocks for NPR Starting November 17th

Nov 14, 2014

Starting Monday, November 17th, NPR’s program clocks for Morning Edition and All Things Considered will change. Program clocks are templates that NPR uses in order for member stations like KUER to know the exact timing of all of NPR’s program elements. The new clocks will create a more streamlined listening experience.  

If you have any questions about the new format for Morning Edition and All Things Considered, contact KUER’s Content Director, Tristin Tabish

What happens when classic punk meets traditional West African music? Check out JuJu’s “Nightwalk," the latest track in The World's Global Hit series of hand-selected songs from Real World Records' 25th anniversary box set.

NPR Music

The perfect soundtrack for a cold, grey day - stream Bryan Ferry's new album, Avonmore, before it comes out next week on November 17.

File: Marriott Library

The University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library will have its first major change since the seismic upgrade about six years ago.  The Katherine W. Dumke Fine Arts and Architecture Library is expanding its space on the first and second floors on the library’s north side. The addition of a changeable indoor/outdoor sculpture garden is being funded by Katherine Dumke.

Some people might think of November as the beginning of the holiday season, but for those involved in the health insurance field – it’s the beginning of another open enrollment season. Jason Stevenson of Utah Health Policy Project joins us to answer questions about health insurance this enrollment season, which begins Saturday, November 15th.

More information about open enrollment is available at Take Care Utah.

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Help is on the way for aspiring homebuyers in Salt Lake City. Wells Fargo is partnering with non-profit NeighborWorks Salt Lake to provide moderate to low-income families with money for a down-payment and closing costs on a new home.

Wells Fargo’s Neighborhood Lift program is providing $15,000 grants to 224 qualified home-buyers in Salt Lake City. The grants are for legal residents who do not currently own a home.

KUED

  Utah’s governor says a conservative group working against his alternative to expanding Medicaid isn’t telling the truth.  The issue came up at the governor's monthly news conference this morning.

UDOT Says it's Ready for Winter

Nov 13, 2014
Tim Slover

Jason Davis is UDOT Director of Operations. He says snowplows need to run as well as emergency medical services.

“If you think about a snowplow, you want them to react when they’re needed,” says Davis. “You know, we kind of think of them a little bit like an ambulance. You don’t want an ambulance to have to go out there and defrost the windows and everything—you want, when they’re needed, for them to be able to respond

NPR Music

I'm loving Oil Boom's song, "The Sneak Tip" - it's been stuck in my head ever since I heard it on Morning Edition earlier this week. Check out some other songs on heavy rotation at public radio stations across the country, including new music by Damien Rice, Lost Midas and Snake Rattle Rattle Snake.

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