WVPE Seeks Promotions Manager

If you have a passion for WVPE Public Radio and are proficient in communications, publicity, and computer skills, you could be WVPE's next Promotions Manager. We are seeking an individual who is a team player with a motivated and positive personality to lead WVPE's communications, promotions, social media and event management. Qualifications require a minimum of three years of full-time experience in a communications-related field with outstanding writing, and organizational skills; Bachelors...

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State Releases A-F School Accountability Grades For 2017-18

Nearly two-thirds of Hoosier schools received an A or B grade from the state this year, according to accountability ratings the State Board of Education made public Wednesday.

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Saudi Arabia's public prosecutor is calling for the death penalty for five people accused of being involved in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, the journalist and critic of the royal regime who died at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Saudi al-Mojeb issued a statement saying that his office has indicted 11 suspects, adding that the prosecutor "has requested the death penalty for (5) individuals who are charged with ordering and committing the crime."

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Newly elected Democratic mayor Arturo Garino was busy with Election Day when the Army arrived in Nogales and started erecting coils of glistening razor wire along the tops of the border wall that separates his small U.S. town from its sister in Mexico.

"Razor wire, concertina wire is not what you want to see on a fence with two countries that have been friends and traded forever," he said.

Operation Secure Line

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Officials are still tallying losses and combating both growing and receding fires as several large blazes rage across California. Meanwhile, a list of missing persons in Butte County is now seven pages long, totally some 300 names.

We don't expect you to be experts. In fact, we expect that most of you are putting a podcast together for the first time.

And even though this is a contest, it's also about learning new skills in a fun way. We want to make that learning easier — so we've put together a guide to help you along the way.

Getting Started

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The Democracy Test from Truth, Politics and Power

Mondays at 9 PM, October 8, 15, 22, 29 and November 12 and 19 The presidency of Donald Trump has sparked a national conversation in America. Is our democracy at risk? “The Democracy Test” will give a broad and diverse national platform to this work. Over the course of six episodes, we’ll examine the fault lines of American democracy. Our guests will bring the kind of expertise needed to understand what is truly unique in this moment of our nation’s history, what brought us here, and what it...

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