PODCAST

Now Hear This: Canby

Now Hear This Media

It's a newspaper for your ears! New episodes every Monday and Thursday. A podcast of The Canby Current and CanbyFirst.com. (Formerly the Canby Now Podcast.)
Start Here
Episode 207: Lathe of Glory
Sep 24 2020
47 mins
Episode 207: Lathe of GloryEpisode 206: Beyond the Fire LineEpisode 205: Clackamas StrongEpisode 204: Clackamas County is on FireEpisode 203: Mama Didn't Raise No DummeEpisode 202: Whiskey BusinessEpisode 201 Cars, Cars, Cars, Cars (Take Two)!Episode 200: What in Pod's NameEpisode 199: Cars & CoffeeEpisode 198: Cooped UpEpisode 197: Time to Get SiriusEpisode 196: Taking a TollEpisode 195: Brand Spanking NewEpisode 194: Chuggin' AlongEpisode 193: A Time to KeilEpisode 192: This Old HouseEpisode 191: All Dahl-ed Up
News and More: What's in a name? We revisit the remarkable story of the town's namesake in a period of national reckoning over the country's history with Black and Native American relations. GOP leaders take the governor to task over her "ambush-style" rule requiring faith leaders to wear face coverings — even while preaching or singing. A large new industrial project could be in the works for Canby.  Canby Conversation: While most large events have been canceled this summer because of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, for the few that have been allowed to go forward, the key was lots and lots of open space. 40 acres ought to do it, at least that's what Swan Island Dahlias is hoping. Their annual Dahlia Festival has been canceled this year, but their gorgeous fields will be open to the public from Aug. 1 through September.  After the Break: One of the few sports that has been allowed to proceed this summer has been softball, governed by strict new guidelines. Good thing, too, since the Canby Rebels were named the champs of the Summer Nationals this past weekend. Coach Ty Kraft joins to tell us why a return to some normalcy is so important. This Week's Sponsors: Odd Moe's Pizza, Canby Liquor Store, Reif & Hunsaker P.C., DirectLink, Advantage Mortgage, Wild Hare Saloon Music in this episode: https://canbynowpod.com/music-credits/ Please support our show! To listen without ads, and ensure we can continue to bring you important news and amazing stories you can't get anywhere else, join Canby Now Plus today! For details, visit patreon.com/canbynowpod.
Jul 26 2020
1 hr
Episode 190: Happy As Can B's
News and More: Going back to school this fall? Face masks will be required for students 5 and older. Community spread continues to be a factor in driving new cases of Covid-19 in Canby. The repaving and reconstruction of Highway 99E is coming in 2022. (We're really pretty sure this time.) And the Canby High School Band is about to make a splash on the small screen next month. Canby Conversation: Canby's newest business opens this week: B's Bake Shoppe in The Dahlia. Owners Bethany and David Zito join the Canby Conversation to discuss their plans, their hopes and dreams — and just a small taste of the hard work it has taken to make them come true. Check them out during their soft opening week starting Friday, July 24, and on their grand opening Aug. 1! Links: Website Facebook Instagram After the Break: On Canby Then this week, we begin our series looking at the history of the Clackamas County Fair. Before the rodeo, before the bright lights of the midway, before even the deep-fried ice cream and hand-dipped pizza dogs on a stick — there was William Jennings Bryan and a bunch of Chautauquas. This Week's Sponsors: Canby Foursquare Church, Health Markets, DirectLink, Advantage Mortgage, Wild Hare Saloon, The Book Nook Music in this episode: https://canbynowpod.com/music-credits/ Please support our show! To listen without ads, and ensure we can continue to bring you important news and amazing stories you can't get anywhere else, join Canby Now Plus today! For details, visit patreon.com/canbynowpod.
Jul 22 2020
50 mins
Episode 189: Dave Bru's Back
News and More: The 3-year-old son of a Keizer couple with ties to Canby was found safe Saturday, after more than 17 hours alone in the woods near Gilchrist. Should districts do away with school resource officers? A youth-led nonprofit, Oregon Student Voice, is calling for exactly that. And speaking of school, parents got their first sneak peek of what that might look like this fall. Canby Conversation: 2020 may be the worst year in history, but it's not all bad. It's also the 100th birthday of legendary composer and jazz pioneer Dave Brubeck. Local musician Ray Hardiman's tribute to the icon was initially set for April; then Covid hit. But it's back on the calendar for next month. Hey — after four months of this, couldn't we all use a chance to relax? Tickets: https://www.pioneerchapel.net/shows After the Break: While the Clackamas County Fair, sadly, is canceled, at least one traditional offering will be back on the menu later this summer. The Oregon Dairy Women and their world-famous Red Barn ice cream are going on the road this summer, and they'll be here in Canby in just a few weeks. This Week's Sponsors: Odd Moe's Pizza, Canby Liquor Store, Reif & Hunsaker P.C., DirectLink, Advantage Mortgage, Wild Hare Saloon Music in this episode: https://canbynowpod.com/music-credits/ Please support our show! To listen without ads, and ensure we can continue to bring you important news and amazing stories you can't get anywhere else, join Canby Now Plus today! For details, visit patreon.com/canbynowpod.
Jul 20 2020
52 mins
Episode 188: Write On

0:00