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Valley Edition
1:05 pm
Tue February 4, 2014

Valley Edition Feb. 4: Drought, Hmong Youth And Religion, Thoughts On Trail Preservation

This week on Valley Edition we talk about the issues of drought, changing culture among Hmong youth, the health of public forests and more.

Leading the program, Moore speaks with Lois Henry of the Bakersfield Californian and Kerman farmer Paul Betancourt about the drought, farmers fallowing fields, well drilling and more.

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Valley Edition
12:17 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

On Valley Edition: Air Quality; Hockey In The Valley; Grapes of Wrath

Award winning author and organic farmer Mas Masumoto will be the main speaker at the Kegley Institute of Ethics "If Steinbeck was a Farmer" talk at CSUB Wednesday January 29.
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This week on Valley Edition our reporting team discusses how Valley air quality may affect our genes, a library vending machine that dispenses books, hockey in the region and much more.

Starting off the program, Valley Public Radio Reporter Rebecca Plevin reports on the issue of pollution and how it relates to our health. She explores the question of whether pollution is affecting Valley residents at cellular level.

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Valley Edition
10:37 am
Tue January 21, 2014

On Valley Edition: Tulare Rep. Connie Conway; Drought Tips With Local Experts; Violinist Sarah Chang

Asm. Connie Conway shares her thoughts on water, the state budget and more.
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This week on Valley Edition we tackle the issue of drought across the state and what you can do to conserve water, speak with a state leader and with one of the best violinists in the world.

Starting the program, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with Assembly Republican Leader Connie Conway about the issues of drought, budget, etc.

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Valley Edition
12:14 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

On Valley Edition: BBQ & Air Quality; Darrel Steinberg: Politics With Bill McEwen; Les Miserables

The Fresno production of Les Miserables will run January 17-19, 2014.
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This week on Valley Edition we talk about air quality, drought in California, a Fresno production of Les Miserables and more.

Starting the program, Valley Public Radio Reporter Ezra David Romero takes a look at barbecue restaurants – one of the biggest food trends in the region – and how the Valley Air District hopes to work with them while developing future regulations.

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Valley Edition
11:27 am
Tue January 7, 2014

On Valley Edition: Drought; High Speed Rail; Buck Owens Book

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This week on Valley Edition we delve into the topics of drought in California, transgender law, high speed rail and more.

Starting off the program Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with meteorologist Steve Johnson about 2013 marking California’s driest year on record. The two talk weather conditions, water and what 2014 may hold for the San Joaquin Valley.  Johnson is the owner of Steve Johnson and Associates and is with Atmospheric Group International.

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Valley Edition
10:48 am
Tue December 24, 2013

On Valley Edition: Fresno Mayor; Meditation In High School; Kern & Madera Counties Water Exchange

Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin.
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This week on Valley Edition host Joe Moore recaps the year with Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin. The two discuss everything from high speed rail to law enforcement.

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Valley Edition
12:19 pm
Tue December 17, 2013

On Valley Edition: Sup. Henry Perea; Fraud In Drug & Alcohol Programs; 'The New California Wine’

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This week on Valley Edition we discuss issues in Central California with Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea, talk California wine with Jon Bonné and more.

Starting off the program, Moore speaks with Supervisor Perea about a range of topics in the region including public safety, planning and budget issues.

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Valley Edition
12:04 pm
Tue December 10, 2013

On Valley Edition: Kettleman City; Porterville Beatings; Trees In Paradise

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This week we take a look at the issues of waste in Kettleman City, abuse in a Tulare County developmental center, how trees illustrate California immigration patterns and more.

Starting the program Valley Public Radio Reporter Rebecca Plevin reports on one Kettleman City woman’s “hate-hate” relationship with the city’s water, which contains unsafe amounts of naturally occurring arsenic.

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Valley Edition
12:41 pm
Tue December 3, 2013

On Valley Edition: Rim Fire; Congressman Costa; Book Club; 'Home For The Holidays' Jazz Concert

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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at the effect of fires on the Sierra Nevada.

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Valley Edition
12:12 pm
Tue November 26, 2013

On Valley Edition: Thanksgivukkah; Craft Distillers; Sec. John Laird; Bakersfield Art Show

Thanksgivukkah only comes about every 70,000 years.
Credit Ezra David Romero / Valley Public Radio

This week on Valley Edition we explore the once in a lifetime experience of “Thanksgivukkah” –Thanksgiving and Hanukkah overlap this year and won’t happen for another 70,000 years – through the culinary creations from the only Jewish Chef in Fresno. FM89 Reporter Rebecca Plevin reports.

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Valley Edition
3:50 pm
Tue November 19, 2013

On Valley Edition: Homeless; 3 Strikes Law; 'The Worst Hard Time'; Homegrown Book Club

This week on Valley Edition we discuss the issues of homelessness, prisons and a new book about the legacy of the Dust Bowl.

Valley Public Radio Reporter Rebecca Plevin tells the story of how two women evicted from a Fresno homeless encampment chose entirely different homes after eviction - one an eco-home and the other a field.

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Valley Edition
12:56 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

On Valley Edition: Fresno State Football; Veterans; Grapevine; Salmon Spawning; Peter Gleick

Tejon Ranch plans to build 12,000 mix use homes in Kern County.
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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at Fresno State football, veterans, the possibility of a new town in the region, water issues in the region and more.

Beginning the program, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore talks with Paul Swearengin, host of the Paul Swearengin Sports Podcast, about Fresno State Football. The two discuss the dispute over the team’s name, mascot, gangs and more.

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Valley Edition
3:58 pm
Tue November 5, 2013

On Valley Edition: Congressman David Valadao; Valley Fever; M Street Art Complex

The M Street Arts Complex will host events as well as house artists work in studios.
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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at the issues of immigration, high speed rail and agriculture in an interview with Republican Congressman David Valadao. 

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Valley Edition
1:27 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

On Valley Edition: West Fresno; High Speed Rail, Chinatown & Fresno's Historic Arch; Theodore Kuchar

A number of archaeological digs will take place over the upcoming months in Fresno's historic Chinatown.
Credit Ezra David Romero / Valley Public Radio

This week on Valley Edition we explore the issues that have plagued West Fresno and how California's future bullet train may impact one of the oldest districts in Fresno.

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Valley Edition
12:16 pm
Tue October 22, 2013

On Valley Edition: Visalia & Homelessness; Bakersfield College Lawsuit; Day of the Dead: Vince Gill

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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at the issues of homelessness, water, prisons and water. Starting off the program, FM89 reporter Ezra David Romero explores the issue of homelessness in the Central California City of Visalia

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Valley Edition
2:35 pm
Tue October 15, 2013

On Valley Edition: Calif. Water Issues; Prisons; Hunger in the Valley; Sports Related Head Trauma

KQED's Sasha Khoka reports on the reality of the cost of food in a region of the state that produces a great portion of the fruits and vegetables coming out of the state.
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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at the issues of water, hunger, prisons and the effects of repetitive hits form football. Beginning the show, Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with Assembly Member Henry T. Perea about the issue of water across the state.

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Valley Edition
11:48 am
Tue October 8, 2013

On Valley Edition: Calif. Politics; COS Accreditation; Tourism in Yosemite; 'Grapes of Wrath' Tour

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This week on Valley Edition we explore emerging California politics with Fresno State Political Science Professor Thomas Holyoke.  Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with Holyoke about immigration reform and more.

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Valley Edition
11:28 am
Tue October 1, 2013

On Valley Edition: Calif. & Valley Politics; Oct. 1 & the Affordable Care Act; Spanspek Festival

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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at issues that have an impact both in Central California and the rest of the state. Starting off the program host Joe Moore speaks with Fresno Bee Editorial Page Editor Bill McEwen about the state of politics in the region. 

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Valley Edition
12:41 pm
Tue September 24, 2013

On Valley Edition: High Speed Rail; Valley Fever Symposium; Food Documentary; Fresno Philharmonic

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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at a few issues impacting the region. Valley Public Radio Reporter Ezra David Romero reports on how the implementation of High Speed Rail will force businesses and residents along its path to relocate. Fresno Bee Reporter Tim Sheehan joins Valley Edition Host Joe Moore for an update on the statewide project.

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Valley Edition
11:43 am
Tue September 17, 2013

On Valley Edition: Youth & Gangs; Bakersfield Power Plant; Central Valley Threads

Central Valley Threads will run from Sept. 21 to Oct. 4.
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In the first half of this week’s Valley Edition we talk about issues that plague almost every community in the San Joaquin Valley: gangs, drugs, violence, poverty and dropouts. FM89 reporter Rebecca Plevin tells the story of a Tulare County teen named Geronimo. He's a kid caught in the middle, between his gang and those who are fighting for him, and for the future of the valley. He's a high school dropout, but his future is far from certain.

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