Masonic Ideas, Michaela Thompson, Worldly Goods

Listen Here NowOriginally broadcast 11/13/2019
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Leanne Harter, Story County Outreach and Special Projects Coordinator, started off the show with her monthly report, followed by Bill Yungclas continuing the significance of the role of Masonic Lodges in the development of American values.  Michaela Thompson, the featured artist for tonight's Pantorium Session (November 13), gave us some insights into how she writes her songs.  Mara Spooner, manager of Worldly Goods, came in to tell us about that non-profit, fair trade store, where they have designated Thursday, November 14, a KHOI benefit shopping night, from 4 to 7  when a portion of the sales will go to the station.   

Winter Safety, Reggie Greenlaw, Veterans Day

Listen Here NowOriginally broadcast 11/11/2019
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Following news from Digital Dennis, we heard tips on how to stay safe in the winter from Keith Morgn, Emergency Management Coordinator for Story County.  Then Veteran Chris McClure told us a little about the activities of the American Legion and how he was able to listen to KHOI when serving in Kuwait. Reggie Greenlaw, who'll be performing at tonight's Panitorium Sessions, sang "Tallest Man."  Finally, Paul Wierson joined us to tell us about the ceremony for Veterans at the Roland Story Middle School.  

Clover Woods, Vaccinations, Story Festival

Listen Here NowOriginally broadcast 11/06/2019
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We started by reporting local results from the November 5 election (for results from all the city and school board elections, go to the Story County Auditor's website). Then we turned to the big story of the week -- Iowa Natural History Foundation's purchase of the  4H camp (Clover Woods).  Joe Jayjack and Larry Stone described the arrangements of the sale and explained why it was important to maintain private ownership of this beautiful land on the Des Moines river.  Responding to Monday's story from "One Choice Iowa" was Dr. Caitlin Pedatic, Medical Director and State Epidemiologist for the Iowa Department of Public Health.  Finallly, Paul Wierson provided a lively preview Of Story Festival 2019.  

School Board, Masons

Listen Here NowOriginally broadcast 11/04/2019
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Ames Voting

Following Iowa news delivered by Dennis Hart, Shanda Burke described the concerns of "Informed Choice Iowa," an organization dedicated to challenging legislation requiring mandatory vaccinations which is holding a statewide conference in Des Moines on November 16.  In preparation for the school board election on November 5, we heard from all seven of the candidates for the school board.  Concluding our show Bill Jungclas, past grand master of Arcadia Masonic Lodge #249, came in to read the mayor's proclamation declaring November 1. 2019,  "Ames Masonic Lodge #249 Day" in honor of the 150th anniversary of the lodge in Ames. He also gave us a brief local history of the lodge.  

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