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2:43 am
Fri December 1, 2006

World Aids Day Hits Home

Flagstaff, AZ – More and more people who are HIV positive have access to effective treatment and prevention. However, the number of people living with AIDS continues to grow as does the number of deaths due to AIDS. It remains the leading cause of death among men and women ages 15 to 59. While most people think of Sub Sahara Africa when they think of AIDS, its reach is local as well as global.

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Earth Notes
2:08 am
Thu November 30, 2006

Flagstaff Housing Still Hot

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Earth Notes
3:35 am
Tue November 28, 2006

Stung, Bit, Chewed

Writer and commentator Scott Thybony

Flagstaff, AZ – HOST INTRO: From red ants to scorpions to rattlesnakes, Arizona is notorious for its wildlife that bites and stings. But as commentator Scott Thybony explains, the chance of actually getting bit is quite low.

HOST OUTRO:

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Earth Notes
11:19 pm
Sun November 26, 2006

Young's Farm Closes

Young's Farm closes its doors Jan. 1, 2007.

Dewey-Humboldt – There's not much time to talk turkey the week before Thanksgiving.

FOURNIER: How you doin'?

Buzz Fournier, otherwise known as Farmer Buzz, is busy handing out birds to eager customers. And the line is getting longer. Usually Buzz, a neighbor who's become part of the Young's Farm family, is taking people for wagon rides around the farm and teaching them about where their food comes from. But today he wears a turkey hat.

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Earth Notes
10:49 pm
Tue November 21, 2006

Edge of the Rez 928 Part 2

Flagstaff, AZ – This is Part 2 of a special Edge of the Rez edition of 9-2-8, KNAU's monthly radio listening post. This program wrapped up the Edge of the Rez series, a collaboration between KNAU and the Arizona Daily Sun. We brought together a panel of guests to discuss some of the issues raised in the series, issues that arise when cultures come together in towns like Flagstaff that border the Navajo and Hopi reservations, at the edge of the rez.

Forum guests:

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Earth Notes
10:27 pm
Tue November 21, 2006

Edge of the Rez 928 Part 1

Flagstaff, AZ – This is Part 1 of a special Edge of the Rez edition of 9-2-8, KNAU's monthly radio listening post. This program wrapped up the Edge of the Rez series, a collaboration between KNAU and the Arizona Daily Sun. We brought together a panel of guests to discuss some of the issues raised in the series, issues that arise when cultures come together in towns like Flagstaff that border the Navajo and Hopi reservations, at the edge of the rez.

Forum guests:

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Earth Notes
10:27 pm
Tue November 21, 2006

Edge of the Rez 928 Part 1

Flagstaff, AZ – This is Part 1 of a special Edge of the Rez edition of 9-2-8, KNAU's monthly radio listening post. This program wrapped up the Edge of the Rez series, a collaboration between KNAU and the Arizona Daily Sun. We brought together a panel of guests to discuss some of the issues raised in the series, issues that arise when cultures come together in towns like Flagstaff that border the Navajo and Hopi reservations, at the edge of the rez.

Forum guests:

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Earth Notes
4:10 am
Sun November 19, 2006

Edge of the Rez - Scott Thybony commentary

Flagstaff, AZ – Scott Thybony is a Flagstaff. His work has appeared in many publications and he has given commentaries on National Public Radio. Thybony wrote an essay for Edge of the Rez about an experience, which includes handing off tobacco to a Hopi tribal judge in a hotel parking lot.

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Earth Notes
4:06 am
Sun November 19, 2006

Edge of the Rez - Indian Wannabes

Flagstaff, AZ – There's something about Native American spirituality that many find intriguing. But when we take part in Indian rituals or decorate our homes with kachina dolls and peace pipes, do we tarnish that which is sacred? Arizona Public Radio's Laurel Morales explores this question for KNAU's Edge of the Rez series.

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Earth Notes
3:59 am
Sun November 19, 2006

Edge of the Rez - Ramson Lomatewama

Flagstaff, AZ – For KNAU's Edge of the Rez series, Hopi artist and poet Ramson Lomatewama tells about his experiences in the bordertown of Flagstaff and how it's different from the Hopi reservation, where he grew up. He also reads one of his poems.

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