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ON THE AIR: Salem Reporter's Ardeshir Tabrizian on the impact of the late Chuck Lee
LISTEN IN: Catch the comments of reporter Ardeshir Tabrizian on the latest local news on community radio station KMWV (98.3 FM) with "In Case You Missed It - With Salem Reporter."
The topic: Chuck Lee, a beloved educator in Salem, is remembered as a "Mr. Rogers" type character. He focused on children and their learning through education.
Today's guest: Ardeshir Tabrizian, Salem Reporter's criminal justice and housing reporter.
Our media partnership: Salem Reporter is teaming up with KMWV 98.3 FM for weekday morning presentations on the stories of the day.
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