In Klamath Falls, Oregon, the fight over water between farmers and native tribes may have come to a conclusion that will satisfy all parties.
Kristin Yount spoke to Don Gentry, the Commissioner of the Klamath Tribes, for more.
4:47 minutes (4.38 MB)
Portland is experiencing record low temperatures which will continue for several days at least, intensifying the need for shelters for people living on the streets. Sam Bouman spoke with Jaymee Cuti, Public Information Officer with the Portland Housing Bureau. 2:23 minutes (2.18 MB)
Tar Sands Megaload Blockade at Port of Umatilla, Oregon on 12-02-2013 from KBOO PM News
Climate activists blocked a controversial shipment last night, forcing contractors to reschedule the Megaload’s departure from the Port of Umatilla in Oregon.
The equipment, a nine-hundred thousand pound water purifier twenty-two feet wide, eighteen feet tall and three-hundred and seventy-six feet in length was met by a diverse group of regional activists.
This week’s protest was larger than a similar protest last week as news of the shipment has spread throughout the region.
Similar loads sparked major protests moving through Idaho and Montana including a blockade by the Nez Pierce tribe in August. 11:21 minutes (10.4 MB)
Japanese-American World War II Nisei Soldiers of the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and the Military Intelligence Service were recently celebrated in Portland, Oregon. This tribute included bringing together the honored veterans from Oregon and Washington, the Congressional Gold Medal, screenings of “Honor and Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story” and “Searchlight Serenade”, and the Minidoka Swing Band. We feature interviews with several participants. Many thanks to event organizers, the Oregon Nikkei Endowment and the Oregon History Museum. 59:40 minutes (54.62 MB)
Here's what's on tonight's Ubu Hour
0:00 Dead air, as the Ubu-istas seem unprepared to start their live radio theater stuff.. in fact they haven't even finished the scripts..
8:30 Another Episode of the City That Once Worked..
29:20 The live radio theater script..
35:50 A docudrama about the largest school massacre ever to happen in the United States..
50:35 A short tribute to a long-time jazz programmer who was once on KBOO and provided one of the best moments in KBOO's 45-year history.
51:30 Excerpts from the Ubu Membership Meeting.. We hear Pa Ubu (as played by Zed Craugh) explain everything that's wrong with Ubu and why Ubu is doomed to failure. 59:39 minutes (54.61 MB)