This week, host Joan Herman interviews the Executive Director of the Harbor, Terri Steenbergen.
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Host Joan Herman interviews Clatsop County’s Public Health Director Mike McNickle, Ph.D., about a growing STD issue, and a new hazardous waste disposal facility.
Perspectives host Joan Herman speaks with retired optometrist turned activist Eric Halperin, of Gearhart, about his work to raise awareness on climate change.
Join host Joan Herman speaks with retired Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis about his new job advocating on behalf of our furry and feathered friends.
Host Joan Herman interviews Oregon House Representative Tiffiny Mitchell.
Host Joan Herman speaks with Marco Davis, Mindy Stokes, and Tessa James Sheller about the gay rights movement 50 years after the Stonewall Uprising.
Host Joan Herman speaks with long-time local doctors Tom Duncan and Roy Little about their careers and the state of medical care in the United States.
On this special election edition of Perspectives, host Joan Herman speaks with incumbent David Oser and challenger Heidi Wintermute about the race for Position 2 on the Astoria School Board in the May 21 election.
Perspectives host Joan Herman speaks with local-government activists Cheryl Johnson and Bryan Kidder about the packed ballot for the upcoming May 21 special election in Clatsop County.
Joan Herman talks with Daily Astorian newspaper staff about changes to the newspaper’s format.
Host Joan Herman interviews Astoria mayor-elect Bruce Jones and Warrenton Mayor Henry Balensifer about a recently released study examining all aspects of housing in Clatsop County.
Host Joan Herman speaks with journalist and historian Chris Lehmann about the influence of money on politics in advance of his talk in Astoria this coming Wednesday. She also speaks with Laurie Caplan of Indivisible North Coast Oregon about the organization and what it has been up to.
Joan Herman speaks with the new owner of the former JCPenney’s department store building and his business partner about their plans for the space in downtown Astoria.
Host Joan Herman speaks with two reporters and the editor of The Daily Astorian about their reaction to the shooting at a community newspaper in Maryland last month as we’ll as the importance of small papers in American society.
Joan Herman speaks with Astoria City Manager Brett Estes and retired longtime city planner Rosemary Johnson about the town’s Riverfront Vision Plan and the future of Astoria’s waterfront.
Host Joan Herman interviews Alan Evans, the director of a nonprofit organization that is opening a 60-bed homeless shelter in Astoria’s Uniontown. She also speaks with Astoria Mayor Arline LaMear and police Chief Geoff Spalding about a city task force examining problems involving homeless individuals in the community.
Joan Herman interviews Clatsop County Community Development Director Gail Henrikson about a housing study the county has begun as well as new ordinances for vacation rentals and other land-use issues.
Joan Herman speaks with two South Bend residents about their work aiding undocumented immigrants and their families in South Pacific County.
Joan Herman speaks with Clatsop County Public Health Director Mike McNickle about a future hazardous waste disposal facility and a new program for cancer survivors and their families.