Rita Stevens

Rita Stevens

Administrator

Rita Stevens joined KNCO as morning news anchor in 1999. She comes to KNCO following a 20 year career in journalism in the San Francisco Bay Area. She was a news reporter for KRON TV Channel 4 and KPIX, and earlier worked in the newsrooms at KNEW/KSAN radio. Rita is a graduate of San Jose State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. Rita says she came to Nevada County to enjoy the rural pace and finds working in a community radio station like KNCO refreshing. Her hobbies include bicycle riding, and quilting.

Thunder in the sky this weekend in Auburn

Thank you to the EAA’s Young Eagles program for offering free flights to interested children ages 8 to 17 last Saturday.  My son Canyon had a great time flying with pilot Paul Bevelhymer for a half hour flight over the area as did dozens of young people. the EAA Young Eagles offer such flights annually to inspire young people to pursue aviation for fun or as a career. You can learn more about the program at aviathttp://www.youngeagles.org/. If you are already a fan of the flying machines, don’t miss this weekends Auburn Air show. You can learn more at http://www.visitplacer.com/air-show-thunder-in-the-sky.aspx and http://horsedesigns.com/auburnair/

 

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