RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
9:13 am
Thu September 20, 2007

9/21/07: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder

The author Richard Louv

Salt Lake City, UT – Guest host Teresa Jordan is joined by childhood development author Richard Louv to talk about his book Last Child in the Woods. Kids today have little hands on contact with the natural world, they learn in school about global warming and acid rain, but many have never seen a bunny hop through the woods. Does it matter? Saving our children from Nature Deficit Disorder, today on RadioWest. (Rebroadcast)

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KUER Local News
10:17 pm
Wed September 19, 2007

Nuclear Power Plant Debate

Salt Lake City, UT – A legislative committee has taken up a controversial piece of legislation that would pave the path for a nuclear power plant in Utah. Testimony focused on the risky economics of the venture. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports.

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KUER Local News
6:52 am
Wed September 19, 2007

Utah-DC Bill Dies

Washington D.C. – A bid to give Utah and the District of Columbia new voting representation in the House failed in the Senate today. As Todd Zwillick reports from our Capitol Hill Bureau, Utah may now have to wait several years to get another representative.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
6:27 am
Wed September 19, 2007

9/20/07: Building Green

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
6:16 am
Tue September 18, 2007

9/19/07: Five Skies

Author Ron Carlson

Salt Lake City, UT – Utah native Ron Carlson's new book is the story of three men on a plateau in Idaho who are building a giant ramp for a TV motorcycle stunt. They're your stereotypical, taciturn men of the West, but throughout the story they each reveal themselves in cautious yet profound ways. It's Carlson's first novel in 30 years, and it's been called "bluntly beautiful and unnerving." Ron Carlson is in Logan this week, and joins Doug from the campus of Utah State University.

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KUER Local News
9:29 am
Thu September 13, 2007

The Mathematics of Sea Ice

University of Utah mathematics professor Ken Golden
University of Utah

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:40 am
Wed September 12, 2007

9/14/07: Heartsblood

Author and hunter David Petersen

Salt Lake City, UT – In an age that is in natural historian David Petersen's words "increasingly urbanized, denatured, domesticated, and virtualized," why do so many people still engage in the ancient ritual of hunting? For Petersen, it is a love - a sacred game that places the human animal squarely at the heart of nature. As the West enters the Fall hunting season, Petersen talks to Doug Fabrizio about the ethics and responsibilities of the modern hunter. (Rebroadcast)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:37 am
Wed September 12, 2007

9/13/07: Moonlight and Magnolias

Salt Lake City, UT – Gone With the Wind is one of the most enduring films in American Cinema. The 1939 classic had a record-breaking budget of some $4 million dollars, three years advance publicity - and a screenplay that was essentially written in 5 days. It's the stuff of Hollywood legend, and the focus of Salt Lake Acting Company's new production, Moonlight and Magnolias. Thursday on RadioWest, we're looking at the play, and at David O Selznick's vision of what a film could be.

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KUER Local News
1:55 am
Wed September 12, 2007

Becker & Buhler Win Primary Election

Salt Lake City, UT – The field of candidates for Salt Lake City's municipal election was narrowed by yesterday's primary election. The early frontrunner in the mayor's race was eliminated. KUER's Dan Bammes has more.


Jenny Brundin, Elaine Clark and Tasha Cook contributed to the story.
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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:44 am
Tue September 11, 2007

9/12/07: Inventing Words

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Salt Lake City, UT – Have you ever been looking for just the right word, only to realize it doesn't exist in the English language? The early 20th century humorist Gelett Burgess created so many words he published his own dictionary. Families regularly use special vocabulary to explain things like that noise Aunt Zelda makes when eating. Today, we're talking with the author Paul Dickson about words and what they reveal about the way we see the world. We're hoping you'll join us too with your own "familisms."

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