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  • Today's outdoors show is all about fish, eating fish to be more exact.
  • I had just settled into a steaming bath for my weekly 15 minutes of peace. Joel had already showered and was down having his midnight snack, a ritual he must maintain so he doesn’t get too skinny.
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    I’m Mike Strong from Hays for HPPR, Radio Reader’s Book Club. The book is “The Line Becomes a River” by Francisco CantuNot since World War II have refugee numbers been so high. 82.4 million people. These people did not leave their homes and jobs and lives by choice or whim. They are fleeing for their lives, even more so than their livelihoods.
  • Don't miss the latest episode of Classical Music Amarillo, the new regional music program on HPPR, hosted by Stephen Johnson. Showcasing the talent of the classical music community in the Yellow City, new shows air on Sundays at 12p CT; an encore presentation can be heard on Thursday night at 7p CT.
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KANZ 91.1 FM's main transmitter is operating at reduced power, due to multiple component failures. It will likely be several days before needed parts are received and repairs made to the main transmitter to return KANZ to full power. HPPR's Liberal translator at 96.3 may also be affected during this time because it receives its signal off-air from KANZ.

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