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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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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.
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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.
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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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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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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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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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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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Valley Edition
4:18 pm
Tue September 10, 2013

On Valley Edition: Fresno's Homeless; Bugs Harming Calif. Citrus; Calif. Birth Rates; Valley Firsts

Valley Firsts will be held at the Henry Madden Library at Fresno State from September 14 to December 15.
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This week on Valley Edition we focus on a variety of issues that are impacting the region.

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Valley Edition
3:05 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Author Interview: Seth Holmes Talks About Farmworkers' "Broken Bodies"

Seth Holmes book "Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies: Migrant Farmworkers in the United State" takes a look into the lives of migrant workers on the West Coast.
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As the House and Senate continue to struggle to find common ground on the issue of immigration reform, one University of California, Berkeley professor is working to bring new insights into a significant group of undocumented immigrants here in California and throughout the west – those who pick the food we eat every day.

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Valley Edition
12:10 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

On Valley Edition: Housing Solutions For Fresno's Homeless; Seth Holmes & "Broken Bodies"

One of the homes for the homeless at Dignity Village in Portland Oregon.
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This week on Valley Edition we focus on possible solutions to homelessness in Fresno, how the Affordable Care Act will impact agricultural growers and one man’s journey into the lives of a group of indigenous migrant workers.

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Valley Edition
11:55 am
Tue August 27, 2013

On Valley Edition: Rim Fire; Kern Co. Animal Control; Fresno Co. Jails & Mental Health; Bea Franco

Tim Z. Hernandez is the author of Mañana Means Heaven.
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This week on Valley Edition we focus on the Rim Fire, animal control in Kern County, mental health issues in the region and the legacy of Bea Franco.

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Valley Edition
12:36 pm
Tue August 20, 2013

Can Alt. Farmers Stake A Claim In The San Joaquin Valley?

Sisters Holly and Hannah Johnson collect eggs on thier River Roots Farm.
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This week on Valley Edition we take a look at what we are calling "Alt. Farmers."

In a region where big agriculture is big business, a new generation of farmers is challenging our notion of what life on the farm is all about. These socially conscious, technology savvy boutique growers and ranchers are going beyond organic to embrace the latest trends in food and popular culture.

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Valley Edition
11:12 am
Tue August 13, 2013

On Valley Edition: Common Core Standards & Fresno; Linda Marsa; Abalone; Paul Betancourt

This week on Valley Edition  we focus on education, the environment and agriculture. Host Joe Moore speaks with Fresno Unified Superintendent Michael Hanson about what the Obama administration’s decision to give the district a waiver from the No Child Left Behind Act will mean for district students.

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