OHU Extention offers a great guide to food preservation: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/fch/food-preservation
To download a KWSO membership application - click here ---> KWSO MEMBERSHIP $35
WARM SPRINGS TRANSIT SCHEDULE
2013 Warm Springs Back to School BBQ
If you weren't at the BBQ - you can check out the WS Elementary Staff Flash Mob by hitting this link
Springers Doing COOL THINGS
Check out this short video about Warm Springs Tribal Member LaRonn Katchia's new movie "Awakenings" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpzxxcfVvwM
On 12/31/12 there was an event in support of Idle No More at the Warm Springs Community Center. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdYYKWUm1Dc
KWSO encourages families to encourage their students to stay in school and get an education. We are proud of our kids!
StoryCorps spent much of July 2011 in Warm Springs collecting the stories of folks in our area. The first interview was KWSO staffer Liz Smith - with KWSO summer youth worker Elyse Bagley. KWSO continues to collect interviews because EVERYBODY HAS A STORY! www.storycorps.org
For Blog Posts and Photos from StoryCorps Visit to Warm Springs in July - check out:
KWSO - located with the Spilyay Tymoo newspaper in the SOLAR POWERED Warm Springs Media Center
The View from Above the Warm Springs Media Center
Owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon, KWSO 91.9 FM is a non-profit, community radio station broadcasting from Eagle Butte, on the Warm Springs Reservation, with 4,300 watts of power.
Programming on KWSO is designed to offer the Warm Springs Reservation and surrounding areas: news, information, education, and an increased awareness of important issues that affect the community and individual lives. While communicating this information, we strive to keep you entertained with current popular music mixed with favorites from yesterday.
KWSO is a member of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, and the Oregon Association of Broadcasters. We also are part of the Northwest News Network and both broadcast and contribute to National Native News. We are an affiliate of Native Voice One and Public Radio International and are fortunate to be able to broadcast the Oregon Public Broadcasting Program "Think Out Loud". KWSO participates in the Corporation for Public Broadcasting Community Service Grant Program (see more about the CPB CSG below).
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