Vigil for Celia Barquín Arozamena, Maximum Ames Music Festival, "The Wild Ones" and Hometown Teams

Celia Barquin Arozamena

Dennis Hart gives a summary of local news from the pages of the Ames Tribune. 

On Wednesday, on Central Campus, a vigil and commemoration was held  for the slain  Celia Barquín Arozamena.  On Local Talk, we hear some of the testimonials given by fellow ISU students, athletes, friends, and faculty, as well as Carlos, her boyfriend.

KHOI is proud to serve as a featured Maximum Ames Music Festival venue to host free all ages concerts at 7 pm on Friday the 28th, 7 pm Saturday the 29th, and 1 pm Sunday the 30th with noteworthy performances by Will Pett and KHOI producer Tom Russell (Friday), Iowa City singer-songwriter Charlie Cacciatore's solo-project-turned-band Good Morning Midnight (Saturday), and the constantly evolving lineup of Rence Liam's group Dear Rabbit (Sunday). 

In a "Wild Ones" segment, Local Talk hosts discuss their own encounters with wild animals and encourage you to send in your own encounters to khoiradio@gmail.comso we can share them on the air. 

Alex Fejfar from the Ames History Center invites you to view their Cathedrals of the Plains exhibit about grain elevators and Hometown Teams, about local Athletics. 

And finally we give Mr. Hart a send off as he heads for his California winter home. He will resume providing news for Local Talk in two weeks, when he gets settled there.


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Originally broadcast 09/21/2018
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