Russ Cole

 [UPDATE: Show posted below] 

KHSU listeners first heard young Russ Cole in the pre-dawn haze of Nov. 11 1976 as a studio guest. Few have a longer relationship with KHSU than Russ Cole, now known on-air as Gus Mozart. 

He celebrated his 40th anniversary of his own KHSU airshift on Monday's Music Box featuring vintage recordings (listen below) and songs from his first years on KHSU.  

Peter Fretwell

KHSU's Lorna Bryant was presented with a Staff Recognition award at Humboldt State's Spring Welcome ceremony for her work and dedication to, not only the campus community, but the community-at-large.

Humboldt State President Dr. Lisa Rossbacher read from Lorna's nomination for the award:

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After over 40 years hosting A Prairie Home Companion, Garrison Keillor is hanging it up. If you missed the original airing on Saturday, July 2nd, you can  still join in saying goodbye to a radio legend. The archived show is available for listening here.

Mandolinist Chris Thile takes over hosting duties on October 15th. But Keillor, who can still be heard on Writer's Almanac and APHC repeats, will go out with a packed show, recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl.

From APHC's site: