- published: 30 Mar 2009
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This video profiles Radio KDNA, a radio station that produces programming relevant to Washington states Hispanic population--specifically immigrant farm workers. Radio KDNA's Ricardo Garcia discusses how the station originated in 1979 and how the daily broadcasts provide helpful information on immigrants rights, work opportunities for migrant farm workers, and education and health issues.
What makes country radio great! The people, listeners, events, and artists. Lucky enough to have some great times and moments and friends over the last 5 years, here are a few I happened to catch on video! Enjoyed going back through these times hope you enjoy it too. Thane
Sasquatch Watch Radio: Bigfoot Round-Up Show, Yakima Washington Please join hosts Billy Willard and DBD, aka The Blogsquatcher, as we discuss the past weekend events at the Bigfoot Round-Up in Yakima, Washington. Billy will still be on location in Washington and will have information about the weekend activities. Tune in to hear about the round-up!
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Reesha On The Radio offers (unsolicited) elocution tips on how to properly pronounce the cities of Mabton, Granger, Sunnyside, Selah, and Prosser. Subscribe to KFFM's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/1073kffm Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1073KFFM Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/1073KFFM Visit our website: http://kffm.com/
Visited my parents for a few days, and packed along the Blade and GoPro. Very different perspective on the house I grew up in :)
Talk 980 K-USA radio. Morning Show with Brian Stephenson, Dorothy Michaels, & Chris Severy News. K-USA features Bill O'Reilly, Dennis Miller, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, Rusty Humphries, Alan Colmes, CNN News & More. Talk980kusa.com
Reesha On The Radio offers (unsolicited) elocution tips on how to properly pronounce the cities of Mabton, Granger, Sunnyside, Selah, and Prosser. Subscribe . This video shows you how to say or pronounce Yakima, Washington. A computer said Yakima, Washington. How would you say Yakima, Washington? Riggs + Reesha demonstrate the proper etiquette for a Hi-Five on National High Five Day. Subscribe to KFFM's YouTube channel: . Selah was going to take a shower and it sounded like she was saying sour. I will miss these moments when they grow up and pronounce words like adults.
When Yakima radio personality Sarah Johnson needed a second opinion, she turned to Dr. Hilary Conway at YVFWC’s Medical Dental Center on Nob Hill Boulevard. Her time with Dr. Conway has given her new information and more importantly, given her hope.
The axe is swift and reckless
Feel the grain, split it wide
Cut away to build the mansions
Of banks and boards in distant hands
The axeman looks to the sun
Covered eyes, blind to silence
The future is eroding
The sacred past destroyed
No damning feats of progress
Comfort the unemployed
The earth is shred and skun
Fortune seekers hit and ru-un
Barren earth, poisoned skies, wasted seas
Will we see the light through the trees
Before the last axe falls
A sweet breeze of rage is blowing
From forest to the town
Slowly the tide is turning
With love the seed is sown
No time for feeling helpless
We've change to make
While there's still li-ife
Lessons learnt quickly fade, memories
Will we see the light through the trees