Jared Brumbaugh

Jared Brumbaugh joined the PRE staff in May of 2006.  He currently the  full time reporter and  producer for Down East Journal.  His news spots and feature stories can also be heard during Morning Edition.   

A New Bern native, Jared graduated from Craven Community College with an Electronics Engineering degree.  When not at the station, he enjoys playing drums, surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, and hockey.  

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ENC Features
1:11 pm
Mon June 24, 2013

Caring For A Loved One With Alzheimer's

L.C. Morris introduces us to a local woman all too familiar with the stages of early onset of Alzheimer's disease. We hear from her perspective what effect this devastating disease had on her family, and how doctors are often diagnosing dementia in tandem with other illnesses. 

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ENC Features
1:00 pm
Mon June 24, 2013

Controversy Over Beaufort County Jail

The 40 year old Beaufort County jail is the center of a debate.  Some say the facility is in adequate shape and needs little repair.  Others say the jail is unsafe for staff and inmates and a new one needs to be built.  

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The Down East Journal
2:03 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

The Down East Journal (06/21/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, the 40 year old Beaufort County jail is the center of a debate.  Some say the facility is in adequate shape and needs little repair.  Others say the jail is unsafe for staff and inmates and a new one needs to be built.  More on the controversy, Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on PRE, Public Radio East, News and Ideas.


  


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ENC Features
12:33 pm
Fri June 14, 2013

Onslow County Students Turn Trash Into Treasure

We explain how some Onslow County students are doing their part to help the environment by transforming their Styrofoam lunch trays into recyclable material.

Onslow County students are taking a bite out of grime, working to recycle the Styrofoam lunch trays their schools throw out every day. And, boy, do they throw out a lot of trays. According to Onslow County’s Solid Waste and Landfill Assistant Director Lisa Rider, the school district goes through over 19,000 trays in a single day. To make matters worse, the trays can remain in the landfill forever.

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ENC Features
12:13 pm
Fri June 14, 2013

A New Program Puts Coastal Scientist In the Classrooms of Local Schools

This week, we talk about a new partnership between the Institute of Marine Sciences and local schools where coastal scientists become teachers for a day.

Last week, a group of third grade students in Beaufort were learning about coastal habitats, food web dynamics and the different kinds of marine life found along the North Carolina coast.  But the lesson wasn’t being taught by teachers. Instead, graduate students from the Institute of Marine Sciences in Morehead City offered a unique, hands-on lesson about our coastal ecology.  Tiller School third grader Jack McMann.

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ENC Features
11:46 am
Fri June 14, 2013

House Bill 146: Back to Basics

We explore House Bill 146, known as the “Back to Basics” bill, which would make learning cursive writing and the memorization of multiplication tables a requirement in North Carolina public schools.

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ENC Features
11:33 am
Fri June 14, 2013

Craven County Cuts Congregate Meals Program in Havelock and Harlowe

Plans to cut funding for the Congregate Meals programs in Havelock and Harlowe are proposed.  We’ll explain how the decision was reached and explore a possible solution.

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The Down East Journal
8:49 am
Tue June 11, 2013

The Down East Journal (06/14/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, we talk about a new partnership between the Institute of Marine Sciences and local schools where coastal scientists become teachers for a day.  And, we explain how some Onslow County students are doing their part to help the environment by transforming their Styrofoam lunch trays into biofuel.  The Down East Journal airs Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on PRE, Public Radio East, News and Ideas.

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ENC Features
1:25 pm
Thu June 6, 2013

Kinston Non-profit Teaches At-Risk Youth Agriculture Skills

Kinston Non-profit Teaches At-Risk Youth Agriculture Skills

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The Down East Journal
8:33 am
Wed June 5, 2013

The Down East Journal (06/07/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, we explore House Bill 146, known as the “Back to Basics” bill, which would make learning cursive writing and the memorization of multiplication tables a requirement in North Carolina public schools. And, plans to cut funding for the Congregate Meals programs in Havelock and Harlowe are proposed.  We’ll explain how the decision was reached and explore a possible solution.  The Down East Journal airs Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And Saturday at noon on PRE, Public Radio East, News and Ideas.

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ENC Features
12:10 pm
Fri May 31, 2013

Local Emergency Management Are Preparing For Active Hurricane Season

Whether it’s storm surge models or hurricane warnings and watches, distributing information to the public is top priority during hurricanes or tropical storms.  Local elected officials, weather service offices, the media, and County Emergency Management offices all play an integral role in keeping the public safe during severe weather.  This week, Lee Jenkins examines how county emergency management help keep the public informed before, during and after a storm.

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The Down East Journal
8:56 am
Thu May 30, 2013

The Down East Journal (05/31/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, the predictions for the 2013 hurricane season and how to prepare for what officials say could be an “extremely active” season.  And, we discuss a new computer modeling program that’s been developed by North Carolina scientists to better predict the impact of storm surge and coastal flooding.  Plus, we speak with local emergency management about how they're preparing to keep the public safe before, during and after a storm.  The Down East Journal airs Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And online at publicradioeast.org.

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ENC Features
12:08 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Sexual Assault in the Military and Camp Lejeune's Prevention and Response Program

Reports of sexual assault in the military are at an all-time high.  We speak with Senator Kay Hagan and the program manager with Camp Lejeune’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program to find out what’s being done to assist victims and reduce military assault.  

Sexual assault in the military is making national headlines.

"Not only is it shameful and disgraceful, its going to make and has made the military less effective than it can be."

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The Down East Journal
10:33 am
Thu May 23, 2013

The Down East Journal (05/24/13)

Reports of sexual assault in the military are at an all-time high.  This week on the Down East Journal, we speak with Senator Kay Hagan and the program manager with Camp Lejeune’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program to find out what’s being done to assist victims and reduce military assault.  The Down East Journal airs Friday at noon on all of the Public Radio East stations.  Catch the rebroadcast Saturday at noon on PRE Public Radio East News and Ideas Network.

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ENC Features
9:47 am
Fri May 17, 2013

Music and Conversation with "Coyote's" Marcy Brenner

The band “Coyote” has multiple concerts set for this weekend in our area: Friday night at the Trent River Coffee Company, Saturday night at Clawson's Restaurant, and Sunday at Swanfest.  For more information, visit: http://events.publicbroadcasting.net/pre/events.eventsmain

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The Down East Journal
2:44 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

The Down East Journal (05/17/13)

This week, preservation efforts on historic landmarks along the Gullah Corridor were given the green light to move forward.  We hear an update on the project.  And, “Coyote” the band has multiple concerts set for this weekend in our area.  Music and conversation with band member Marcy Brenner this week on the Down East Journal.  Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations.  And, Saturday at noon on News and Ideas

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ENC Features
10:04 am
Tue May 14, 2013

Expediting Disability Compensation Claims for Veterans

The U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced they’re implementing an initiative to expedite disability compensation claims for Veterans who have waited a year or more.

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The Down East Journal
9:59 am
Tue May 14, 2013

The Down East Journal (05/10/13)

This week on the Down East Journal, the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced they’re implementing an initiative to expedite disability compensation claims for Veterans who have waited a year or more.  And, a project to help restore declining fish populations is underway along the Cape Fear River.  We’ll explain how crushed granite will be the basis for a new fish habitat. 

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ENC Features
6:00 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

Non-Profit Group Creating Fish Habitat for the Cape Fear River

A project to help restore declining fish populations is underway along the Cape Fear River.  We’ll explain how crushed granite will be the basis for a new fish habitat. 

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