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3:43 pm
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 06/19/2004: Steve Pasternack

During this week's Images we remember Steve Pasternack who died, June 15th, of a bacterial infection.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 06/19/2004

Remembering Steve Pasternack, who died Tuesday, June 15th, of a bacterial infection.

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1:54 pm
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 07/10/2004: Jack Noel

Carrie interviews Jack Noel, the Project Coordinator for the Youth Conservation Corps in Do?a Ana County about the purpose of the corps.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 07/10/2004

Jack Noel, the Project Coordinator for the Youth Conservation Corps in Do?a Ana County. He talked about the purpose of the corps, the challenges working with the youth, and the benefits of having the Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park in our area.

Commentary: Bill Vuroala (Farenheit 9-11)

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1:13 pm
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 07/17/2004: Troy Franklin

Carrie interviews Troy Franklin, Director of Black Programs at NMSU about his goals for the direction of the department.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 07/17/2004

Troy Franklin, Director of Black Programs at NMSU. He spoke about the challenges young African Americans face, what his goals are for the direction of the department, and what he feels he can add to both the University and local communities.

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11:06 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 06/26/2004: Tammy Schurr

Carrie follows-up with Tammy Schurr, who is back from her trip across the country.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 06/26/2004

Follow-up with Tammy Schurr, who has returned from her trip across the country on two wheels. In this interview, Tammy talks about some of the challenges on the trip and the both of us take people through certain journals on the website.

Commentary: Sunny Conley

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10:12 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 06/12/2004: Sue Boggio and Mare Pearl

Carrie interviews Sue Boggio and Mare Pearl, authors of "Sunlight and Shadow" about what they hope to accomplish with their readers. (PartI)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 06/12/2004

Authors Sue Boggio and Mare Pearl, authors of "Sunlight and Shadow". They talked about how they collectively wrote the story, how the story develops and what they hope to accomplish with their readers.

Commentary: Bill Vuroala

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10:03 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 07/24/2004: Cecilia Lewis

Carrie talks to Cecilia Lewis, coordinator for the Fresh Eyes Photography Project that's based out of the J. Paul Taylor Center for Juveniles about how she became involved with the detention system. (Part I)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 07/24/2004

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9:35 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 08/07/2004: Paul Trujillo and Janet

Carrie interviews Paul Trujillo, Executive Director of Camino de Vida Center for HIV services, and Janet, a client of Camino de Vida about how Camino de Vida helps those that are HIV positive.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 08/07/2004

Paul talked about the state of HIV/AIDS funding from the state, what has to be done in order to continue services and what his concerns are for the future. Janet talked about what it's like to be HIV positive, how she gets through each day, and how she hopes to help others.

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9:33 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 07/31/2004: Cecilia Lewis

Carrie talks to Cecilia Lewis, coordinator for the Fresh Eyes Photography Project that's based out of the J. Paul Taylor Center for Juveniles about how she became involved with the detention system. (Part II)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 07/31/2004

In this program, Cecilia talks how the program developed with the young men at the juvenile center, what they have learned and how she hopes it will help them when they leave the center.

Commentary: Sunny Conley (A chile bite of history--)

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9:23 am
Wed September 22, 2004

Images 08/14/2004: Robyn Rivas and Jeanne Izzo

Carrie interviews Robyn Rivas, the organizer of the Bluegrass in the Desert and Bluegrass Folk Music Festival and Jeanne Izzo, local chairperson of the Garland Appeal Breast Cancer Awareness Fund about organizing the festival and what will happen because of it.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 08/14/2004

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4:50 pm
Tue September 21, 2004

Ex-Weatherman urges Americans to fight imperialism, but not with violence.

Las Cruces, NM – Ex-Weathermen leader Mark Rudd, who once advocated violence, says American imperialism must still be fought but through non-violent measures. In this conclusion of an interview with Bob Mitchell, Rudd discusses how his experiences with the Weathermen shaped his life and parts of his life of which he is proud (or not proud).

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3:13 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 06/05/2004: Cynthia Bejerano

Carrie interviews Cynthia Bejerano, Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at NMSU about the history of the murders of the women in Juarez, Mexico. (Part II)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 06/05/2004

She talks about the murders of the women in Juarez, Mexico.

Commentator: Jackye Meinecke

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3:08 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 05/15/2004: Tammy Schurr

This week Carrie presents an Encore of her interview with Tammy Schurr who is travelling across the country as part of a bicycle tour.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 05/15/2004

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3:06 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Ex-Weatherman Renounces Violence

Las Cruces, NM – In the late 1960s, Mark Rudd led a group of students called "The Weathermen" in an effort to get the U.S. government's attention over the war in Vietnam. Rudd's group advocated the use of violence, saying peaceful approaches were no longer working. In this first part of an interview with Bob Mitchell, Rudd renounces violence and discusses the impact of the Black Panthers and Cuban revolution on The Weathermen.

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12:30 pm
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 05/22/2004: Amanda Rich and Kelli Burkinshaw

Michael Olson, Images guest host talks to Amanda Rich from Lambda legal and Kelli Burkinshaw from Basic Rights New Mexico about the upcoming town hall meeting in Las Cruces.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 05/22/2004

The meeting will focus on providing information regarding the removal of sexual orientation and gender identity from the Human Rights Act plus Same-Sex marriage.

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11:53 am
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 05/08/2004: Dr. Gerald Thomas

This week Carrie presents the second half of her interview with Dr. Gerald Thomas, President Emeritus of NMSU about his time in the Navy.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 05/08/2004

The second half of my interview with Dr. Gerald Thomas, President Emeritus of NMSU. In this segement, he spoke about his time in the navy as pilot of Torpedo Squadron 4, the missions he flew, the planes he crashed and his views on war.

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10:27 am
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 05/01/2004: Never Before Heard

Carrie prepares another edition of previously unheard segments featuring segments from interviews with Kelley Coffeen, Shannon Huffer, and Dr. Steven Pasternack.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 05/01/2004

Another edition of previously unheard segemnts of past Images interviews with Kelley Coffeen, Shannon Huffer, and Dr. Steven Pasternack.

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9:23 am
Mon September 20, 2004

Images 05/29/2004: Cynthia Bejerano

Carrie interviews Cynthia Bejerano, Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at NMSU about the history of the murders of the women in Juarez, Mexico. (Part I)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 05/29/2004

She talks about the history of the murders of the women in Juarez, Mexico.

Commentary: Sunney Conley

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7:34 pm
Sat September 18, 2004

Vision: Border Politics in the Second Congressional District

Las Cruces, NM – Incumbent Steve Pearce (R) and Democratic challenger Gary King talk political issues surrounding their election bids. Cultural Correspondent Emily Guerra interviews Benjamin Saenz, author of Sammy & Julian in Hollywood.

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2:32 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Images 04/23/2004: Alice Gorman

Carrie talks to Dr. Alice Gorman. Archeologist and Cultural Heritage Manager from the University of New England, Australia about preserving the articles in space as part of our cultural heritage. (Part II)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 04/23/2004

In this segment, she talked about how the space programs in more "advanced" countries eliminates the equality of other countries' involvement in the development of our space history. She also talked about the impact of the space program on an area of indigenous Aboriginal people in Australia, Woomera.

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1:14 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Images 04/10/2004: Gerald Thomas and Eula Fern Thomas

Carrie talks to Gerald Thomas, one of the co-founders of the President's Associates and President Emeritus of NMSU and Eula Fern Thomas, Board President of the Associates about the importance of supporting NMSU students.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 04/10/2004

They both talked about the importance of supporting NMSU students through the means of scholarships and other things.

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12:00 pm
Fri September 17, 2004

Images 04/17/2004: Alice Gorman

Carrie talks to Dr. Alice Gorman. Archeologist and Cultural Heritage Manager from the University of New England, Australia about preserving the articles in space as part of our cultural heritage. (Part I)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 04/17/2004

Her research is focusing on preserving the articles in space as part of our cultural heritage. She feels that if we don't, we'll lose a vital part of our cultural history.

Commentary: Bill Vuroala

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1:43 pm
Wed September 15, 2004

Las Cruces To Drill Wells on East Mesa

Las Cruces – In a ceremony Wednesday at Las Cruces City Hall, New Mexico State Land Commissioner Patrick Lyons helped to secure the city's water supply. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky explains how.

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9:48 am
Wed September 15, 2004

Oldest Zoo In The Southwest Is Not What It Used To Be

Las Cruces, NM – The oldest zoo in the southwest has seen numerous renovations throughout the years. As krwg's Marco Grajeda reports the zoo in Alamogordo is no longer reminiscent of the nineteenth century.

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4:03 pm
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 04/03/2004: Tammy Schurr

Carrie talks to Tammy Schurr who is travelling across the country as part of a bicycle tour sponsored by Adventure Cycling, a non-profit organization that plans bike trips all over the country.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 04/03/2004

Tammy is beginning a new chapter in her life after losing her job of 19 years at Waldenbooks. She has decided to push herself, emotionally and physically, to the limits as a means of self discovery. She will be filing weekly reports for KRWG from the road.

Commentator: Jackye Meinecke

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3:53 pm
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 03/20/2004: Steven Pasternack

Carrie interviews Dr. Steven Pasternack, media specialist in Rwanda and Journalism Professor at NMSU about his knoweledge of the genocide that occurred ten years ago. (Part I)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 03/20/2004

He talked about his experiences in Rwanda, his knoweledge of the genocide that occurred ten years ago (April 6th, 1994), the people he has met and the importance of establishing a fair and impartial media system in that country.

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3:47 pm
Mon September 13, 2004

County to Build Administrative Complex

Las Cruces – Construction is underway on Dona Ana County's new administrative complex. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky describes how it will benefit residents.

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3:00 pm
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 03/27/2004: Steven Pasternack

Carrie interviews Dr. Steven Pasternack, media specialist in Rwanda and Journalism Professor at NMSU about his knoweledge of the genocide that occurred ten years ago. (Part II)

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 03/27/2004

He talked about how the country has changed since the genocide, how the people have changed over the years and the change in the media. Pasternack is currently working with the Department of State on maintaining a school of Journalism in Rwanda as an effort to promote more stable and fair journalism coverage of the events in that country.

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12:41 pm
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 02/28/2004: Kelley Coffeen

Carrie interviews author and home economist Kelley Coffeen about her background in cooking and some simple steps to incorporate Southwestern flavor.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 02/28/2004

She has written three books that deal with quick, simple recipes incorporating Southwestern flavor. She talked about how she became an author, her background in cooking and why she approaches food the way she does.

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11:16 am
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 03/13/2004: Never Before Heard

Carrie presents a Never Before Heard interview with Joni Gutierrez, Phyllis Radtke, and Connie Welch.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 03/13/2004

Never Before Heard interview with Joni Gutierrez, Phyllis Radtke, and Connie Welch.

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11:04 am
Mon September 13, 2004

Images 03/06/2004: Shannon Huffer

Carrie talks to Shannon Huffer, the co-president of F.R.E.E.(Femenists Reinventing Equality Everywhere) about the media and body image.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 03/06/2004

She talked about the body images and how the media has contributed to that, especially young women. She talked about how F.R.E.E. is working to become more active in the community and how they are not like the stereotypes of "femenists".

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