David Allee

November 3rd, 2012

Show #149    Recorded 12/02/10    Aired 1/14/11

Wind in the Pass

Author David Allee was born in Oroville; lived in Brazil, Hawaii, Idaho, Georgia, and Missouri before returning to northern California.  He now lives in Orland.  He earned four degrees over a period of 20 years including degrees in Biblical Studies and International Business and a master's degree in Public Administration.  His varied career has included service as an ordained member of the clergy, so he was reluctant to tell about experiences he had on California highway 152.   He waited over 28 years to write this "true story" behind the haunting of the Pacheco Pass section of this highway.


Dan Barnett

February 18th, 2011

Show #148 Aired live on 1/7/11

A Look Back at the Books of 2010

Nancy and Dan Barnett, who reviews books for the Chico Enterprise-Record, invited listeners to phone in memorable books of the past year.  One listener liked Burning Bears Fall from the Sky by Igo resident Peter Edridge; and another listener mentioned The Paleo Solution by Chico biochemist and strength trainer Robb Wolf.


Tom Dempsey

January 20th, 2011

Show #149   Recorded 12/21/10  Air date 1/21/11

Light Travel:  Photography on the Go

Tom Dempsey, son of Chico plant expert, Wes Dempsey, worked for Microsoft for 10 years.  The advance of lightweight digital cameras recharged his interest in photography and he began a career as a photographer.   His photographs have appeared in Sierra Magazine and Moon Travel Guides.   In this book Mr. Dempsey offers guidance for making the most of your equipment and includes spectacular color pictures.


David Allee

January 13th, 2011

Show #149  Recorded 12/2/10   Air date  1/14/11

Wind in the Pass

Orland author David Allee wrote this historical novel inspired by an incident he personally experienced in Pacheco Pass near Los Banos, California.


Jeanne E. Clark

November 11th, 2010

show # 150  Recorded 8/28/10  Air date 1/28/11

Gorrill's Orchard

Chico State English professor Jeanne Clark's poems are about life among almond trees and walking dogs rescued and rescuing.





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