Program Archive

Welcome to the Salem City Club program archive for the 2022-23 season.  Here you will find links for both the audio-only and audio-video recordings for each program.

Most Salem City Club programs are recorded for broadcast on KMUZ Community Radio and CC:TV.  

The SCC Podcast

Audio-Visual Recordings

  • 07 Feb 2022 9:44 AM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Learn what's happened to manufacturing in and around Salem during the pandemic. You will hear from industry experts and a local business owner. This is a two-part series. The second program will air in February.

  • 19 Jan 2022 12:11 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    *BOTH PRESENTER'S PDFS OF SLIDES FOR PRESENTATION AVAILABLE HERE AND HERE* The energy industry is changing at lightning speed. The shift away from fossil fuels is dramatically impacting the industry and our daily lives. In the face of climate change, how can we ensure there is enough clean(er) energy to fuel our daily use? This program will focus on the work being done to make sure our energy systems are balanced, resilient, affordable, and clean.

    Video shown during the program:

  • 22 Dec 2021 2:36 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    On October 1, 2021, the “new” Salem Public Library welcomed patrons after two years of seismic, safety, accessibility, and system improvements. This program will reveal what those improvements mean to users of library services and the greater Salem community. Join us to celebrate this milestone, “mission accomplished.”

  • 30 Nov 2021 12:10 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Without presenting a political analysis, our program views Afghanistan through the eyes of two soldiers. Colonel Kevin Dial and Sergeant Major Jerry Glesmann served separate one year tours in Afghanistan and bring us their observations and experiences.

  • 15 Nov 2021 3:33 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Former Secretary of State Phil Keisling knows Oregon politics better than most, having spent over four decades in the worlds of journalism, elective politics, the private sector, and academia. Hear his perceptions of Oregon’s proposed congressional and legislative district maps that will define the state’s political future for the next 10 years.

  • 05 Nov 2021 12:51 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    County health departments are responsible for a variety of activities designed to keep their citizens healthy and safe. Lessons learned from the Covid pandemic will help county health authorities prepare not only for future pandemics, but also for future epidemics (flu, foodborne illnesses, STDs. etc.). Representatives from the Marion and Polk counties health departments will discuss what they have learned and possible preparations.

  • 18 Oct 2021 11:28 AM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Alonzo Tucker, a black man, was lynched in Coos Bay, Oregon in 1902. The Oregon Remembrance Project, in collaboration with The Equal Justice Initiative (Montgomery, AL), the city of Coos Bay and the Coos History Museum, memorialized Alonzo Tucker in Coos Bay on June 19, 2021. We will remember Alonzo Tucker and discuss the through-line from Oregon’s past to now.

    Speaker: Taylor Stewart, founder of the Oregon Remembrance Project

  • 24 Sep 2021 12:00 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Dr. Don Negri, retired professor from the Willamette University Economics Department, discusses the Oregon Drought, and water history of the Klamath Basin.

  • 10 Sep 2021 12:00 PM | Phil Scheuers (Administrator)

    Salem City Club opens its fall virtual programs on Friday, September 10 with a comprehensive look at Oregon’s demographics with Ethan Sharygin. The Center produces the annual population estimates for Oregon and its counties and cities, as well as the estimates by age and sex for the state and its counties. The Center provides the US Census with its Oregon demographics.

  • 14 May 2021 12:00 PM | Sharon Pierson (Administrator)

    Reporters Hillary Borrud, The Oregonian, Jake ThomasSalem Reporter and Connor Radnovich, Statesman Journal. All three are known for their wit and refreshing candor when answering questions about legislative coverage. 

    NOTE:  About 20 minutes of the program was not recorded.  This is during the Q&A in the second half of the program.

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