Earth Notes

Earth Notes
1:02 am
Mon February 6, 2006

Life Coaches Keep People on Track

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5:20 am
Fri February 3, 2006

The End of an Era?

Laughlin, NV – SFX: sneak up ambi of hilltop under track, wind blowing, etc.

Bob Teasdale stands atop a sandy hill in Laughlin. In front of him towers Mohave Generating Station's giant smokestack. Behind him, just beyond the town's tacky casino strip, the Colorado River shimmers a sparkling blue against the stark desert landscape. But Teasdale says before the power plant shut down, the view wouldn't have been worth the climb.

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Earth Notes
12:00 am
Wed February 1, 2006

Michael Franti interview

Michael Franti

Flagstaff, AZ – Michael Franti is a protest singer, and proud of it. He mixes searing political lyrics with funk, folk and hip-hop. Franti performs with his band Spearhead in Flagstaff tonight tomorrow he returns to screen his new documentary, I Know I'm Not Alone, a musical diary he filmed in the middle east in 2004. Franti told Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker he traveled to Iraq to hear what everyday people there felt about the war.

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Earth Notes
9:11 am
Fri January 27, 2006

Legislature Moves to Expand Right to Shoot to KIll

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9:04 am
Thu January 26, 2006

Napolitano Issues 2nd English Learner Veto

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2:33 am
Wed January 25, 2006

Legislature Approves 2nd English Learner Plan

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5:14 am
Tue January 24, 2006

Napolitano Vetoes English Learner Bill

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5:09 am
Tue January 24, 2006

Legislature Passes English Learner Bill

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5:17 am
Fri January 20, 2006

Cable One - NBC Flap

1/20/06 – As in a blue screen, when viewers in Prescott, Page, Cottonwood, the White Mountains and Winslow tune into channel 2 or channel 12. On the screen, instead of the Tonight Show or local news, Phoenix-based Cable One offers a simple printed message. Julie Laulis, vice president of operations for Cable One's southwest division, summarizes.

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Earth Notes
2:52 am
Fri January 20, 2006

Mean streets of Flagstaff

Flagstaff, AZ – The first real snow of the winter is falling outside the Flagstaff Family Food Center. A man who simply calls himself, Davis, hunkers in next to the building and smokes hand-rolled cigarettes down to his fingertips. Davis says he knows snow makes a lot of people happy, but to him and his friends, it only brings worry.

1/1:35 it's too cold now 1/ 4:28 I don't know where they're gonna be sleeping at now

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