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Coffee Hour Podcast
Daily conversation with area newsmakers hosted by Butch Thurman

    PLAY NOWNov 14 | Pendleton School District 16-R
    Added: 11/14/17
    Pendleton Schools Superintendent Chris Fritsch and Julie Smith, Director of Special Services visit with host Butch Thurman on outcomes from last night's School District Board meeting, enrollment trends, learning and understanding cultures different from our own.
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    PLAY NOWNov 10 | Molly Turner, Pendleton Downtown Association
    Added: 11/10/17
    Molly Turner, Pendleton Downtown Association joins host Butch Thurman to discuss what the Downtown Association is planning for the holidays, moving to a new location soon, growth and development beyond Main Street.
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    PLAY NOWNov 9 | Blue Mountain Community College
    Added: 11/9/17
    New BMCC Men's Basketball Coach Osadonor "Osa" Esene opens the Coffee Hour with host Butch Thurman. Getting to know Coach Esene, the Timberwolves, and this year's team. Don Pinkerton with College Community Theatre highlights "All In The Timing" which opens tonight. Jackie Ray, Director of Library and Media Services talks about the upcoming Library Craft Fair. (in time for the holidays!)
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    PLAY NOWNov 8 | Pendleton City Council
    Added: 11/8/17
    Mayor John Turner and City Manager Robb Corbett discuss last night's City Council meeting with host Butch Thurman. Highlights include the growing success of the UAS Test Range, Councilors and City personnel connecting with constituents and first 100 days for Pat Beard's leadership at the Pendleton Convention Center.
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    PLAY NOWNov 7 | Umatilla County Property Tax
    Added: 11/7/17
    Paul Chalmers, Director of Assessment and Taxation for Umatilla County talks with host Butch Thurman about the property tax statements that are appearing in mailboxes throughout Umatilla County. Other topics include how property values are figured and the process for how to appeal if you believe your property hasn't been accurately valued.
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    PLAY NOWNov 3 | Heritage Station & Center for the Arts
    Added: 11/3/17
    Bob Stanger, Umatilla County Historical Society gives host Butch Thurman a status update on Heritage Station Museum, Community Thrift Store and membership in the Historical Society. In next segment, Roberta Lavadour, Pendleton Center for the Arts talks about the upcoming concert with Greg Burke, Dinner with Friends, and launch of a new website coming soon.
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    PLAY NOWNov 2 | Art Hill, Local Economic Development Expert
    Added: 11/2/17
    Art Hill, board member on the Round-Up City Development Corporation talks with host Butch Thurman live from Pula, Croatia where he's teaching business courses.
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    PLAY NOWNov 1 | Pendleton Office of National Weather Service
    Added: 11/1/17
    Dennis Hull, Marilyn Lohmann and Wad Earle join host Danny Houle for a discussion of weather trends in October and forecasts for November, a status update on where we are in the new Water Year, and get acquainted with Wade Earle and his amazing photos of Space Weather featured on their Facebook page.
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    PLAY NOWOct 31 | CHI Saint Anthony Hospital
    Added: 10/31/17
    Larry Blanc and Jeneen Reding discuss CHI St Anthony's "Winterfest" with host Butch Thurman. The holiday event is more than a name change from Festival of Trees to "Winter Fest" December 1st at the Pendleton Convention Center. Other topics - resources supporting Pioneer Relief Nursery, Cason's Place and Neighbor 2 Neighbor's 'Warming Station'.
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    PLAY NOWOct 30 | Oregon East Symphony-Presbyterian Soup Supper
    Added: 10/30/17
    Sandy Gaul joins host Butch Thurman in studio for a chat about the Presbyterian Church annual Soup Supper and Craft Faire on Friday, November 3rd. In the next segments, J.D. Kindle outlines the new season for Oregon East Symphony starting with this weekend's performance of "Location, Location, Location."
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