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From the Newsroom

This summer our goal was to cover two things central to the identity and well-being of the North State: water and fire.
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NSPR’s Sarah Bohannon, host of Morning Edition, reporting in Chico.
 
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News Director Matt Shilts on the scene of the Lumpkin Fire in Butte County in September.
 
 
Local and National Programs

Catch up on episodes of Nancy’s Bookshelf, The Blue Dot Report, and From the Ground Up, posted each week at mynspr.org, as well as daily content from your favorite National Public Radio programs.

 
 
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"Like" our Facebook page to get the timeliest updates on all things NSPR. It’s the best place to share your feedback, send us some love, and read what’s new.

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Save the Date
Oct. 9 Early Bird Bike Drawing
Oct. 16 Early Bird iPad Mini Drawing
Oct. 19–24 Fall Membership Drive

 
 
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Our new online PSA form makes it easy for you and your organization to submit a public service announcement request.

 
 
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Meet Beth Lamberson,
Leading NSPR Into the Future
   
Beth Lamberson, General Manager of NSPR

After a nationwide search, we are pleased to introduce Beth Lamberson as our new general manager. Beth is a public radio veteran who comes to us from Durango, Colorado, after 18 years serving KSUT Public Radio in the Four Corners region. Read more...

Fall Membership Drive:
Creating Community On the Air
   

Over the past couple of months, we at North State Public Radio have been gearing up for what will be our most robust community event to date—the fall 2015 membership drive. Our vision for this drive is to integrate as many of the people, places, and products that make up our large and vibrant broadcast region as possible, highlighting the one-of-a-kind community we create on the air and online. And so we’ve organized each day of the drive—planned for Oct. 19–24—into what we know will be really fun and engaging themes for our listeners and supporters. Read more...

NSPR’s Redding Home
   

Old City Hall, located at 1313 Market Street, is the new Redding home of North State Public Radio.

Built in 1907, the historic building formerly housed the Redding council chambers, city offices, police department, and the jail. Today, the Shasta Arts Council (SAC) operates the facility on behalf of the City of Redding, hosting art exhibits in the beautiful gallery, broadcasting community access television, and presenting concerts and community events.

NSPR is excited to be partnering with SAC and looks forward to producing an Americana/folk music series from Old City Hall beginning in late fall. The concerts presented in the lovely upstairs council chamber will likely seat 140 and will be rebroadcast as a new program we are calling NSPR Town Hall Meeting. NSPR is investing in new audio equipment for the space, and with SAC, hopes to make Old City Hall a great addition to the Redding music scene. "Like" us on Facebook for updates on this exciting new endeavor.

 
 
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