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The Eight O'Clock Hour, NCPR's morning regional newsmagazine, gives listeners a complete update on the day's news and weather along with top regional stories, plus special segments including Natural Selections with Curt Stager, Weekly Gardening Conversations with Amy Ivy, the Adirondack Almanack with John Warren, the Community Calendar, and the Writer's Almanac with Garrison Keillor. The NCPR News team.

Martha Foley Todd Moe

NCPR News Director Martha Foley and our arts and culture editor Todd Moe host The Eight O'Clock Hour each weekday morning.

 

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Natural Selections explores the natural world each Thursday with Dr. Curt Stager of Paul Smith's College.

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Each Monday Martha Foley explores the world of gardens and gardening with Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy.

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We conclude our series on biofuels with an unsung technology that's gaining a grass-roots following. Biofuels Part III: Solid Fuels. Jeannine Pirro scores with Lake George business leaders on Medicaid reform. And in Ottawa, war protesters and supporters clash, civilly.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/21/06

A six month moratorium on wind power in Brandon. And the State seems to send mixed messages to ATV riders. Plus, our series on place names in the North Country continues: "Negro Creek" and more.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/20/06

Today is Part 2 of our series on the biofuel economy: ethanol. We'll look at a new process for making ethanol and its potential impact on north country forests and farmers. And we talk with a Nobel Laureate who says scientists need to speak out about global warming.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/19/06

Today we begin a three-part series on biofuel, and what it means for the North Country. Part I: Biodiesel. Also, the feds release a plan for airpower and 10,000 troops on the Canadian border. And Verizon pulls out of ORDA sponsorship.  Go to full article

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A student has died at St. Lawrence University, mental health funding is debated in Albany, and growing tension over shoreline development along the Great Lakes.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/15/06

Inuit Artists from the Far North demonstrate traditional crafts. We'll peek in on a workshop. The school funding issue may finally reach closure before the state's highest court. And ORDA says they'll handle the guest list for a controversial Lake Placid ski weekend.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/14/06

Democrats look strong going into the general election. And how a 13 to 10 win in Tuesday's primary might be a small but significant win for Democrats. And on Heard up North: place names in the north country. Ever been to Pudding Hill? Or Sodom, New York? How about the town of Swastika?  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/13/06

An international emergency response team practices a simulated oil spill on the St Lawrence. And we look at one surprising political upset in Plattsburgh after yesterday's primaries.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 9/12/06

Tupper Lake town board votes unanimously to rezone property around the proposed Big Tupper resort development. The public retains access to a marina in Bolton Landing that almost went private. And we'll look at the impact of Fort Drum on local hospitals. Plus, a local boy retains his title as national interpretive freestyle canoeing champion.  Go to full article

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Remembering September 11, canvasing North Country Primary Races, a State Police officer is laid to rest in Saratoga Springs, and bringing modern medicine to Amish families in the region.  Go to full article

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