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KPBS MOSTLY QUIET ON FEDERAL CUTS, WON’T “CRY WOLF”

 

By Ken Stone

Reprinted from Times of San Diego, a member of the San Diego Online News Network

Photo by Ken Stone: Nancy Worlie and Tom Karlo oversee KPBS and its news operations.

March 28, 2017 (San Diego) -- Three weeks ago, KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo and colleague Nancy Worlie had “face-to-face visits” in Washington with four San Diego members of Congress.

UNION BANK AND KPBS HONOR LOCAL HEROES DURING AMERICAN INDIAN HERITAGE MONTH

 

East County News Service

November 4, 2016 (San Diego) -- In celebration of American Indian Heritage Month and as part of its ongoing commitment to inclusion, diversity and responsible banking, Union Bank has partnered with KPBS to honor two inspiring local heroes. The 2016 American Indian Heritage Month honorees are: Joely Proudfit, associate professor/director at California Indian Culture & Sovereignty Center, Cal State University San Marcos; and Randy Edmonds, founder and director, Indian Human Resource Center. The honorees will be recognized at a private dinner with their families and executives from KPBS and Union Bank.

KEN KRAMER - ONE OF A KIND

 

By Mimi Pollack

June 23, 2015 (San Diego)--As a fourth generation Californian with a keen sense of curiosity and adventure, Ken Kramer was a natural as the host and producer of  “Ken Kramer’s About San Diego”, a local, long-time half show that explored the places and people of San Diego until his retirement earlier this year.

PASSAGES: ROY COOK 1943-2015, NATIVE AMERICAN JOURNALIST AND TEACHER

 

February 27, 2015 (San Diego) – Roy Cook, founding journalist of the California Indian Education site and publisher of the website www.americanindiansource.com, died in his San Diego home on February 18, 2015 at age 71.  KPBS named him an American Indian Heritage Month Local Hero in 2014 for his many accomplishments.

HEALTH AND SCIENCE HIGHLIGHTS

ROY COOK, AMERICAN INDIAN LOCAL HERO AWARD RECIPIENT, HONORS PAST AND FUTURE GENERATIONS

 

By Leon Thompson

November 24, 2014 – (San Diego County) - “November is recognized as National American Indian Heritage Month. America's first peoples have endured, and they remain a vital cultural, political, social, and moral presence. Tribal America has brought to this great country certain human values and political ideas that have become ingrained in the spirit of the United States of America.”

These are the words of Roy Cook who was selected as a 2014 American Indian Heritage Month Local Hero by KPBS and Union Bank.  Roy has a deep understanding and knowledge of Native American history and culture.  

A tribal writer, Native American singer, California Indian artist and teacher, Cook’s earliest memories are of people on Santa Ysabel Reservation in San Diego County.

KPBS AND UNION BANK HONOR NATIVE AMERICAN HEROES

 

 

Photos: Roy Cook (left) and Dr. Daniel Calac (right)

 

 

 

 

East County News Service

November 13, 2013 (San Diego)--KPBS and Union Bank  are honoring two inspiring individuals in honor of American Indian Heritage Month through their Local Heroes program, which pays tribute to exemplary leaders who are making a difference and enriching the lives of others by improving their community, region and the world at large. 

The 2014 honorees for American Indian Heritage Month are Dr. Daniel Calac and Roy Cook.

ETHICS COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST JUDICIAL CANDIDATE GOSSELIN OVER DECEPTIVE SIGNS

 

East County News Service

October 4, 2014 (San Diego) – An ethics complaint has been filed with the California State Bar Association against Superior Court Judicial candidate Ken Gosselin, East County Magazine has learned.

SCIENCE AND HEALTH HIGHLIGHTS

AL SHABAAB TERRORIST LEADER KILLED IN U.S. AIRSTRIKE; LOCAL SOMALIS VOICE RELIEF

 

By Miriam Raftery

Photo: Pentagon News Service

September 9, 2014 (San Diego’s East County) - The Pentagon confirms that a U.S. air strike has killed the co-founder of al-Shabaab, an Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist group based in Somalia.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO SAVE DESERT WILDFLOWERS FROM INVASIVE WEEDS

 

By Miriam Raftery

June 24, 2014 (Borrego Springs)--Where have all the flowers gone?

Anza-Borrego has long been famous for its spectacular spring wildflower blooms.  But now the region’s biodiversity is threatened by an invasive weed—the Sahara mustard.

KPBS HONORS NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN AS LOCAL HEROES

 

By Leon Thompson

November is the 2013 American Indian heritage month and Union Bank and KPBS have honored two very special Native American women with Local Heroes awards: Jane Dumas, an elder with the Jamul band of Kumeyaay Indians, and San Diego State University's Rose Margaret Orrantia.

18 LOCAL HEROES HONORED BY KPBS AND UNION BANK

Photo by Melissa Jacobs

November 18, 2013 (San Diego) –Union Bank N.A., joined KPBS to honor 18 inspirational individuals at the 16thAnnual Local Heroes celebration.  The honorees were announced as part of the 2013 Local Heroes Program, which pays tribute to exemplary leaders who are making a difference and enriching the lives of others by improving their community, region and the world. 

LOCAL HEROES HONORED FOR DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH

 

October 22, 2013 (San Diego) – In celebration of Disability Awareness Month and as part of its ongoing commitment to cultural diversity and responsible banking, Union Bank, N.A., has joined with KPBS to honor two inspirational individuals as local heroes.  The 2013 Disability Awareness Month honorees are: Linda Bounds, founder of L.E.A.P.S. (Lovingly Energetic Artistic Programs for Seniors) and BOUNDS; and Al Kovach, Jr., national senior vice president of Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA).  Both will be recognized with other heritage month honorees during a November celebration in San Diego.

A TRIBUTE TO GLORIA PENNER OCTOBER 30

October 26, 2012 (San Diego) – KPBS is hosting A Tribute to Gloria Penner on October 30 at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 700 Prospect Street, La Jolla, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Gloria Penner was a San Diego broadcasting pioneer who was part of KPBS for nearly half a century.  She lost her battle with cancer on October 6 at the age of 81.

To RSVP for this event, please visit http://www.kpbs.org/gloriatribute.

PASSAGES: PIONEERING KPBS BROADCASTER GLORIA PENNER DIES OF CANCER

By Miriam Raftery

Photo by Spark Photography / Provided by KPBS

October 6, 2012 (San Diego) – Broadcast journalist Gloria Penner, a pioneer in local broadcasting and a leading voice at KPBS radio/TV station on the San Diego State University campus for more than half a century, died today of pancreatic cancer. She was 81. 

Her death comes just days before the Women’s History Museum was slated to hold a special tribute to Penner at an October 13 “Broads in Broadcasting” celebration of women who broke through the barriers in the broadcast world.