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Named by National Geographic as "One of the Great Explorers of the 20th Century", in 1988 Everett Resident Helen Thayer became the first woman to walk to the Magnetic North Pole.
Her best-selling book Polar Dream tells the story of her historic adventure with her beloved companion Charlie, her protector from the ever-constant threat of polar bear attack.
Helen shares these stories and what she's learned from a life-time of exploration and adventure.
This interview made possible in part by assistance from the Snohomish County Community Heritage Program.
Clip air date2010-09-28
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Part of the Union host Roger Yockey talks with Tom Geiger, Communications Director of United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 21 about the on-going negotiations for a new contract with the big grocery chains.
Clip air date2010-04-16
As Americans, we have never been fatter…and the consequences are having far reaching impacts on our health…and the cost of health care.
Diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease and more are all health concerns that are costly to treat…and relatively easy to prevent with diet and exercise.
What ideas do you have to address the problem and help reduce the cost of health care?
Join the conversation about obesity in our children and us: 425-303-9070 or on Facebook.
Clip air date2010-04-09
Congressman Rick Larsen is serving his fifth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Larsen represents the Second Congressional District of Washington state, which stretches from northern Snohomish County clear to the Canadian border, encompassing all of Skagit, Island, San Juan and Whatcom counties. He’s been in the front lines of the debates on health care reform, the drug war, U.S. Trade policy and the Air Force Tanker project. Share your ideas and join the conversation with Congressman Rick Larsen.
Clip air date2009-09-14
This week on the League of Women Votes Magazine of the Air, host Norma Bruns speaks with candidates for the Port of Everett Commission, including:
Mark Olsen & Troy McClelland, candidates for District 1, and Mark Wolken, Tom Steiger, & Dave Mascarenas, candidates for District 2.
Clip air date2009-08-21
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Now is his 2nd term as County Executive, Aaron Reardon was a State Senator and Representative before becoming Snohomish County’s youngest Executive.
A life-long Snohomish County resident, Aaron Reardon grew up in a trailer park and got involved in politics when, at age 10, he took exception to the efforts of President Reagan to declare ketchup a vegetable in school lunches and took his concerns to Representative Al Swift.
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