Empowering Women and Central Iowa Norwegians

Originally broadcast 11/17/2021 

Leanne Harter,  Outreach and Special Projects Manager started the show with the Story County Report announcing several end-of-year deadlines.  Then Carolyn and John Klaus announced "Empowering Women Worldwide," a lecture by Distinguished Professor Cornelia Flora on Nov. 18 sponsored by the Story County League of Women Voters, and Arlen Twedt described his presentation for Geneology Plus about his books on "The Central Iowa Norwegians''.

LOCAL TALK 16 November 2021

Originally broadcast 11/16/2021 

KHOI’s Greta Anderson, recently had an opportunity to visit with Mustard Seed Farms about a fundraising project that involves candle making. (Fund Raising week)  Please consider becoming a member and making KHOI Your community radio station with your financial support. Go to our website atKHOIFM dot ORG and press the Yellow Donate Button to begin the process of becoming a member. Alisha Abner with the ISU Farmhouse Museum fills us in on what is happening at ISU Farmhouse with the approach of the holiday season.  Refer to the website to discover details of the regular and additional holiday hours they will be open as they present a victorian style Christmas. Susan Gwiasda Communications Officer for the City of Ames and Assistant City Manager Deb Schildroth. Susan informs us about the last two free yard waste days upcoming meetings and additional update. Deb, reviews the Climate Action Plan workshop with the Ames City Council planned for tonight(Tuesday 16th).  This will be archived and available is available by referring to the Ames city website. The Ames Human Relations Commissions is accepting applications for its annual Humanitarian Award. This award is announced each year during the community MLK celebration in January. The deadline is early December refer to the city website for details.

LOCAL TALK 15 November 2021

Originally broadcast 11/15/2021 

Local Talk for Monday November 15 featured Dennis Hart News Summary; Liz Zuecher with Story County Community Foundation and their Grants with Jennifer Deiter; and Ross Wilburn Democratic Party Chairman addressing hate mail and extremism. Anna Magnuson provided great input and questions.  Music featured Neil Young on his 76th birthday with After the Gold Rush and Expecting to Fly.

LOCAL TALK 12 November 2021

Originally broadcast 11/12/2021 

Local Talk for Friday, November 12, 2021 began  with Dennis Hart news summary for this week from pages of Ames Tribune.  Native American Heritage Month was featured with Dallas Chief Eagle presenting to a crowd at Prairie Awakening in Dallas County. He used a meditation technique of honoring and focusing on a Grandmother and Grandfather rock.  The hour concluded with a phenology concerning Bobcats.  Joni Mitchell's music and 78th birthday this week was featured with a live version of Both Sides Now.

Iowa Arboretum and Small Town Groceries

Originally broadcast 11/11/2021 

Today's show started with a road trip to the Iowa Arboretum    where Mark Schneider director of the Arboretum described the work of cleaning up after the  Derecheo and how the downed trees had been creatively used .  Then we visited the newly opened Jewell Market  and spoke with Garren Zanker. We drove down to Town and Country Market in Slater, where we talked with  Larry Larson owner of the grocery store for thirty-six years.  [the link is attached to a YouTube video on this issue]. Paul Wierson ended the show by telling what it was like when Story City lost its full service grocery store.


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