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Cheryl Erwin is a licensed marriage and family therapist and author who has had a private practice working with children, teens, couples, and individuals in the Reno/Sparks area for 20 years. Her parenting commentaries air Tuesdays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.

Cheryl Erwin is a licensed marriage and family therapist and author who has had a private practice working with children, teens, couples, and individuals in the Reno/Sparks area for 20 years. Her parenting commentaries air Tuesdays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.
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Reno, NV

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Cheryl Erwin is a licensed marriage and family therapist and author who has had a private practice working with children, teens, couples, and individuals in the Reno/Sparks area for 20 years. Her parenting commentaries air Tuesdays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.

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English

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448 Ridge Street, Suite B Reno,NV 89501 (775) 331-6723


Episodes

Sneaking Into Marineland To Ride Killer Whales

2/20/2018
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In his memoir Mulligan’s Wake , author Dave Mulligan recounts some of his outlandish adventures as a young adult following the death of his father. Many of the stories are littered with humor and absurd situations, but at the heart of his writing is an honest look at one man's attempt to grieve for his deceased father in an unconventional way. Perhaps the most unbelievable story took place decades ago when Mulligan paid a late night visit to Marineland in Palos Verdes , California, which has...

Duration:00:04:32

The 5:17 To Paris

2/16/2018
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A look at the new film directed by Clint Eastwood.

Duration:00:02:27

Did You Ruin Valentine's Day?

2/16/2018
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What to do if you have a disappointed sweetheart.

Duration:00:02:19

RTC Head: Trump Infrastructure Plan 'Breaks A Promise'

2/16/2018
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On Monday, President Donald Trump finally unveiled his long awaited infrastructure plan. It includes $200 billion in new funding, but under the proposed incentive structure, only 20 percent of any given project can be funded by the federal government. Reno Public Radio's Jacob Solis sat down with Lee Gibson, executive director of the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, to find out how the plan might impact Northern Nevada. So first things first, is this new proposal --...

Duration:00:04:43

How Reno Embraced Olympic Visitors Back In 1960

2/15/2018
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There’s nothing quite like the Olympics for bringing the world together—at least in the world of sports. It’s been almost six decades since the Games came to Tahoe, and historian Alicia Barber describes how Reno embraced the moment in this episode of Time & Place. Squaw Valley beat out a number of other locations to host the 1960 Winter Olympics. One of them was Reno, which had sent in a last-minute bid to the Olympic committee in late 1954, but lost out to the little resort 45 miles up...

Duration:00:02:25

Light Nevada And Sierra Snowpack Could Mean Drought

2/15/2018
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In December, snowpack in the Sierra was below normal levels, warning some water experts of a drought. Since then, a few storms have passed. Reno Public Radio's Bree Zender checks in again with Jeff Anderson, a hydrologist from the Natural Resource Conservation Service about where the snowpack levels are today, and how that could affect water flow.

Duration:00:03:59

Reno City Council Approves Stonegate Development

2/15/2018
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The Reno City Council has given developers the green light to begin working on a massive housing development in Cold Springs.

Duration:00:02:13

Stonegate Developers Defend Proposed Community

2/14/2018
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There has been no major housing development built in the Truckee Meadows since the 2009 recession. Now a group of developers is looking to build roughly 5,000 new homes in the White Lake Basin north of Reno. But residents already living in the area argue the planned community would create problems by increasing traffic congestion and demand for resources like water.

Duration:00:10:54

Visa Program Enables Foregin Doctors To Work In Underserved Communities

2/8/2018
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As lawmakers are debating federal immigration policies, states like Nevada are continuing to recruit foreign doctors to help with the nation's doctor shortage. Reno Public Radio’s Anh Gray reports. A J-1 Visa enables foreign students to get medical training in the U.S. The government requires visa holders to return to their home country for two years after they’re done with their training. But there’s a J-1 Visa waiver program that enables facilities working with underserved populations to...

Duration:00:01:53

Dementia

2/6/2018
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We've all been touched by dementia. Here's some ways to protect yourself.

Duration:00:02:14

Winchester

2/6/2018
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A look at the film about the origin of the famed Winchester Mystery House in San Jose.

Duration:00:02:26

Hostiles

2/6/2018
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Robin looks at the new western starring Christian Bale and Wes Studi.

Duration:00:02:26

Chores

2/6/2018
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Are chores a good idea?

Duration:00:02:38

Pornography And Sexual Assault

2/6/2018
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Pornography is everywhere these days. What impact does this have on young people?

Duration:00:02:46

Reno Women's Shelter Now Housing Pets Of Survivors

2/5/2018
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When Nicole w as escaping a physically abusive relationship , leaving behind her dog was not an option . Not only would she miss her dog deeply , she knew her abuser may also hurt the dog .

Duration:00:04:28

Congress Hasn't Renewed A Program That Helps With Nevada's Primary Care Shortage

2/5/2018
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The National Health Service Corps is a more than 40-year-old federal program that helps medical professionals defray the cost of education. It also recruits providers to underserved areas. But, Congress hasn’t renewed the program and funding runs out in March. Reno Public Radio’s Anh Gray explores how that program impacts Nevada.

Duration:00:04:44

Basque Performers Highlighted At Cowboy Poetry Gathering In Elko

2/4/2018
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The 34th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering wrapped up in Elko over the weekend. Its theme focused on herding cultures, with a heavy emphasis on Basque people. Our News Director Michelle Billman spoke with two Basque performers who were highlighted during the festival. Maialen Lujanbio is the 2017 Basque National Champion in bertsolaritza, a form of improvisational oral poetry. Miren Artetxe is also a bertsolari and researcher at the University of the Basque Country. In this interview...

Duration:00:04:06

The Greek Immigrant Who Built Nevada's First Veterans Hospital

2/2/2018
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Immigration is all over the news these days, but behind the policies and the politics are countless individuals with unique and compelling stories. Historian Alicia Barber shares the story of an early immigrant to Nevada in this segment of Time & Place . The image of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island is one of the most enduring symbols of the American experience. Ioannis Lougaris immigrated to the United States from Greece in 1907 and sat down for an oral history interview about his life...

Duration:00:02:35

Visitors Celebrate Conservancy and Ranching at Eagles and Ag

2/2/2018
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The Carson Valley just hosted its Eagles and Agriculture event for the sixteenth year, helping passers-by see eagles and other birds that populate the area in the winter months. Holly Hutchings reports. On a recent Eagles and Agriculture tour, visitors walk the gravel paths at The Dangberg Ranch, listening to volunteers like Debbie Zalmana and looking for eagles. Calving season takes place each winter here. When cows give birth, baby calves are not all that’s left behind. The afterbirth...

Duration:00:04:32

Reno Youth Homelessness On The Rise According To Survey

2/2/2018
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For one day in January, cities across the country hold a point-in-time count to survey the homeless population in their county. In Reno, organizers recently hosted an event to county homeless youths, specifically. They found that the number of 18-to-24 year-olds without a home is on the rise.

Duration:00:01:51

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