KUER Local News
12:57 am
Mon November 27, 2006

Building a Jazz Library

Salt Lake City, UT – This is intended to be a listing of artists and recordings deemed to be essential in building a basic jazz library. Some of the recordings are simply a best of recording, so as to introduce a collector to an overall composite of the artist's work, not necessarily the most historic recording. Numbers don't determine importance of one recording over the other.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
11:22 pm
Sun November 26, 2006

11/27/06: Enough

NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams
Photo (c) Frank Graves
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KUER Local News
1:57 am
Thu November 23, 2006

Her Own Passion

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KUER Local News
9:08 am
Wed November 22, 2006

A 4th Seat for Utah?

Washington DC & Salt Lake City – Utah state lawmakers are wrangling over the next couple of weeks to map out boundary lines for potential new Congressional seat. The Salt Lake County Republican Central Committee wants the state to wait to add a seat until after the census in 2010. But in Washington, it appears lawmakers from both parties are ready to forge ahead with bolstering the size of Utah's Congressional delegation. More from Chad Pergram in Washington... and from Jenny Brundin on Utah's Capitol Hill.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:24 pm
Tue November 21, 2006

11/27/06: Judge Andrew Valdez

Judge Andrew Valdez

Salt Lake City, UT – In his new memoir "No One Makes It Alone," Judge Andrew Valdez traces his journey from poor, fatherless paperboy to respected judge in Utah's Third District Juvenile Court, and honors his mentor, businessman Jack Keller, along the way. On Monday, Doug talks with Judge Valdez about his life, his accomplishments and his on-going commitment to helping troubled youth.

Purchase a CD of today's RadioWest. Please reference show #1250.

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KUER Local News
1:57 am
Sun November 19, 2006

Toward Quantum Computing

Salt Lake City – Imagine a computer that is millions of times smaller and billions of times faster than today's machines. Instead of tiny transistors, a quantum computer would use atoms and subatomic particles to manipulate data. A University of Utah researcher Christoph Boehme, has developed a technique that represents another step toward quantum computing, although he says that could still be a long way off. KUER's Dan Bammes reports.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:31 am
Fri November 17, 2006

11/21/06: Living Old

Essie Schiller, 94, rests on a park bench
Photo courtesy of WGBH Boston
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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
12:48 am
Fri November 17, 2006

11/20/06: The High Cost of Being Poor

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
12:15 am
Fri November 17, 2006

11/22/06: New Hope Orphanage

Hansen and children from the New Hope Orphanage on a hike in the surrounding hills of Yaounde, Cameroon.

Salt Lake City, UT – Ryan Oliver Hansen is an idealist who set out to make a difference. When he arrived at an orphanage in Cameroon, he was confronted with the harsh reality of corruption and abuse of the children he had come to help. But unlike volunteers who left discouraged, Hansen decided to stay. He and his allies risked their lives to create the New Hope Orphanage. Jenny Brundin talks to Hansen about hope, about a world that doesn't operate by Western rules, and about what his role in that world really is.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
11:25 pm
Thu November 16, 2006

November 23 and 24: Third Coast Audio Festival

Chicago, IL – On Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24, KUER brings you the Third Coast Audio Festival at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Doug Fabrizio returns with RadioWest on Monday.

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