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UPR's streamer has been fixed. Our engineer Friend Weller has been working with IT super-man Ken Andersen on the project for the last few days, and it is now up and running. Thank you for your patience.
Peg Arnold has been named general manager for Utah Public Radio at Utah State University. UPR is part of USU's College of Humanities and Social Sciences, where Arnold will also be a faculty member in the Department of Journalism and Communication.
Dean John Allen of Utah State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences named Peg Arnold the new general manager of Utah Public Radio. Along with her duties as head of the campus National Public Radio affiliate, Arnold also will serve as a faculty member in the Department of Journalism and Communication.
Thank you to Angie's Restaurant for hosting and helping UPR raise $1,000! And thanks to each of you who attended the benefit dinner. It was lots of fun to share time together. We appreciate your support. Click "read more" to see UPR pictures from Angie's.
UPR's Bryan Earl is the host of the Zesty Garden, a weekly garden show that reaches statewide. He will be the keynote speaker at this years' Penstemon Festival in Richfield, Utah.
The festival celebrates Utah's natural beauty, with events Friday and Saturday June 20-21. The festival includes speakers, a plant sale, vendor booths, a potluck dinner on Friday, and a wildflower hike Saturday morning.