Adventures In History - Archives

Since 2010, KAST 1370 News and Talk, has aired an exciting local talk show every Wednesday at 12:30 pm.  The half hour of edutainment – entertaining, educational history has been hosted by Clatsop County Historical Society Executive Director Mac Burns and Paulette McCoy, who served as the Executive Director of the Astoria Bicentennial Celebration in 2011 and has roots in Clatsop County dating back to the mid-1800s!  Each week, Mac & Paulette and their guests explore some exciting aspect of history – sometimes local, sometimes global, but always exciting.

This project has been funded in part by the museum grant program, Oregon Heritage, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

By Year:   2010   2011  

Sep 07, 2011
Dan Hauer and John Nieman from the Astoria Railroad Preservation Association talk about the efforts to restore a steam locomotive and an upcoming open house for the public to check out their progress.  Listen to see how Walt Disney fits into the story!

Aug 31, 2011
Paulette chats with her cousin Kevin Leahy about growing up in Astoria, his career, and his new job as Executive Director of CEDR (Clatsop Economic Development Resources) and the Small Business Development Center.

Jun 15, 2011
Ft. George Brewery co-owners Chris Nemlowill and Jack Harris are on hand to talk about their brewery, the Lovell Building, and one of their favorite subjects; care to guess what it is?

Jun 11, 2011
Rob Hyman from Interplay Experience Design discusses the development of the Oregon Film Museum and the new interactive filming experience at the museum.

Jun 08, 2011
Saara Mathews, third-generation Astorian and owner of Finnware, promotes the upcoming Astoria Scandanavian Mid-Summer Festival and tells all about her store.

May 25, 2011
Retired University of Tulsa History Professor Dr. James P. Ronda discusses the Astor party and his groundbreaking book Astoria and Empire.

Apr 06, 2011
City of Astoria Community Development Director Brett Estes and City Planner Rosemary Johnson promote the first ever City Historic Preservation Fair and discuss downtown revitalization.

Feb 09, 2011
Columbia Memorial Hospital Marketing Manager Paul Mitchell talks about the history of the hospital and his own background in broadcasting.

Jan 12, 2011
CCHS Board member, Astoria Bicentennial Celebration Co-Chairman, and home town boy Vern Fowler talks about growing up in Astoria the son of a doctor.