KUER Local News
11:22 pm
Thu September 28, 2006

Women's Financial Preparedness

Salt Lake City, UT – Working wives now contribute more than a third of the typical family's income. In a third of married households, they're the bigger breadwinner. But national recognized financial advisor Jean Chatzky says many women feel insecure about money. Jean Chatzky, the author of Make Money, Not Excuses talks with KUER's Jenny Brundin about women taking a central role in family financial planning.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
8:16 am
Thu September 28, 2006

9/29/06: Future Hype

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:06 am
Wed September 27, 2006

9/28/06: Your Personal Economy: Caring for Elderly Parents

Salt Lake City, UT – Our parents look to us for two kinds of care as they - and we - get older. The first is physical care. What help will they need with day-to-day living as well as for serious medical problems? And when they're no longer able or interested in taking care of their own financial needs, how can we help with that in a way that's comfortable for them and us? John Bird joins Dan Bammes for another edition of Your Personal Economy along with care consultant and financial planner Margy Campbell and attorney Laura Milliken Gray.

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KUER Local News
11:50 pm
Tue September 26, 2006

Utah's Rattlesnakes Disappearing

Great Basin Rattle Snake
Louis Porras

Salt Lake City, UT – This week all across the Wasatch Front, rattlesnakes are headed back to their dens for the winter. They're more likely to bite this time of year because if they don't reach their dens, they'll freeze to death. The Great Basin Rattlesnake is the only species of rattler that lives on the Wasatch Front. But, as Sheri Quinn reports, their populations are steadily decreasing.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:53 am
Tue September 26, 2006

9/27/06: Rabbit Hole

KUER Local News
11:59 pm
Mon September 25, 2006

Squatters Brew Pub

Salt Lake City, UT – Squatters, the popular brew-pub in downtown Salt Lake City, lets patrons read the story of its origins inside a little booklet that lies on each of its tables. The restaurant, like its owners, is constantly changing, adopting new ideas, practices and philosophies. That's made it one of downtown Salt Lake's most impressive and unique success stories. Producer Benjamin Bombard starts this business profile with a sketch from Peter Cook and Dudley Moore in the characters of Derek and Clive.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:08 am
Mon September 25, 2006

9/26/06: Heartsblood

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.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:17 am
Fri September 22, 2006

9/25/06: Uncivilized Beasts and Shameless Hellions

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:20 am
Thu September 21, 2006

9/22/06: Desert Wars

Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge is located in the Snake Valley in Western Utah.

Salt Lake City, UT – Nevada is the driest state in the nation. Utah, the second driest. It's a story as old as the West itself. Individuals and communities need water to survive, and who has access to how much is always a question. KUED's new documentary Desert Wars: Water and the West looks at the case of the Snake Valley aquifer, and the competition between a growing urban landscape and the ranches and resources of the desert. Doug talks to producer John Howe and others about the culture of water in our region.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:13 am
Thu September 21, 2006

9/21/06: Joseph Smith - Rough Stone Rolling

LDS Church founder Joseph Smith was born December 23, 1805 in Sharon, Vermont.

Salt Lake City, UT – Last December marked the 200th anniversary of Joseph Smith's birth. As the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Smith's life and theology has had a profound effect on American religion, and on the culture of Utah. Nevertheless, he remains an enigmatic and controversial figure. Historian Richard Bushman, author of Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling, will be in Utah next Monday, and we're taking this opportunity to rebroadcast Doug's conversation with him. (Repeat)

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