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MYSTIC'S ALMANAC
10:00 am
Sun June 2, 2013

The Mystic's Almanac - Guerilla Healer

Missy Rogers

Aired Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

John, with his Cockney accent and rough humor, is a camouflaged, guerilla healer.

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MYSTIC'S ALMANAC
10:00 am
Sun May 26, 2013

The Mystic's Almanac - Waltzing Matilda

Missy Rogers

Aired Sunday, May 26, 2013  (Repeat)

A song for Memorial Day.

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Western Slope Skies
11:14 am
Fri May 24, 2013

Western Slope Skies 5/24/2013

This week, just after sunset, we can see an amazing grouping of  planets in the western sky.  From May 24 until May 29, Venus, Jupiter, and Mercury will fit within a 5 degree circle – less than half the width of your fist held at arm’s length!   On May 26 these planets will be within 2 and one half degrees of each other – only half the apparent distance between the pointer stars of the Big Dipper!    

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MYSTIC'S ALMANAC
10:00 am
Sun May 19, 2013

The Mystic's Almanac - Rocking Chairs

Missy Rogers

Our physical inheritance offers clues about our ancestors

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Western Slope Skies
5:23 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

Western Slope Skies 5/10/2013

“Hey, can you see the flag in that thing?!”  It’s a question that makes us wince when observing the moon at astronomy outreaches.  The answer is…Maybe if you were aboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter… but, all six of the flags are now faded to white, and the first one blew over when the Apollo 11 lunar module blasted off departing the moon.  

From our backyards, the moon, our closest celestial neighbor, is easily observed by the unaided eye  as it moves through its changing phases.  During the next two weeks, the moon will move from new to nearly full.

 

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Western Slope Skies
9:38 am
Fri April 26, 2013

Western Slope Skies 4/26/2013

Saturn…The ringed planet. The sixth planet from the Sun; second largest in the Solar System behind Jupiter; and the one that evokes the most vivid images in our thoughts. It is an unforgettable sight, even in a small telescope.  

From now until early May, Saturn will be the brightest it has been for more than 5 years. It rises in the east as the Sun sets and will be visible all night long.

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Commentary by Matthew Kane
1:00 am
Wed April 17, 2013

Commentary: Attack on Rights

Predator Drone

It's time for another "Attack on Rights" report from KVNF's youth reporter, Matthew Kane.   This time Matthew expresses his concerns about the US Drone program...

Matthew Kane is attending the Launch program in Cedaredge where the students can choose a particular area of study in the community.  He's working with KVNF's program director, Ali Lightfoot to produce these reports.

   

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Western Slope Skies
10:32 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Western Slope Skies 4/12/2013

Listen to Western Slope Skies, a report on the night sky by the Black Canyon Astronomical Society.  

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Local Sports
1:10 pm
Thu April 11, 2013

KVNF Sports Report: 4/11/13

Kyle Manuppella, left, and Jorge Quinonez sign a game ball for Slater Podgorny, whose dad, Greg, who was diagnosed with ALS.
Credit Tamie Meck

Delta county athletes set four records Saturday at the annual Frank Woodburn Invitational track and field meet in Grand Junction .

Track

Cedaredge's Reid Gates cleared 6 feet, 8 inches, to claim the meet high jump record, and sailed 21 feet, 9 and a quarter inches to reset the record in the long jump. Teammate Austin Williams fell short of a meet record in the shot put, but jumped to the top of the 3A state rankings in the event with a winning throw of 51 feet, 2 inches.

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Western Slope Skies
1:31 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

Western Slope Skies 4/3/2013

Listen to Western Slope Skies, a report on the heavens from the Black Canyon Astronomical Society.  

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ENVIRONMENT
2:12 pm
Wed April 3, 2013

Western Slope Skies 3/15/2013

Listen to Western Slope Skies, an astronomical report created by the Black Canyon Astronomical Society.

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KVNF Sports
5:18 pm
Thu March 28, 2013

KVNF Sports Report: 3/28/2013

Credit Tamie Meck

IN BASEBALL- 

After giving away a run in the top of the first and allowing a second run in the top of the second, Paonia got down to business Tuesday night. The Eagles hit three homeruns and 12 RBIs to defeat visiting Nucla, 16-5, in game one of a non-conference double header.

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SHORT FEATURES
1:56 pm
Tue February 5, 2013

Confessions of a Heavy Thinker: Holy Art

According to Angus, "I know it when I see it."


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