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With the two, 400-foot-tall turbines slowly spinning in the background, Rob Laird talks about climate change, and how he first thought the machines would be part of the solution.

"'This is great. This is going to solve lots of problems. And look it's right in my backyard. And that's kind of neat because it's this new cool thing coming along.' And then they turned it on. And it wasn't 20 minutes after that I called Town Hall. 'Um, this thing is really loud.'"

Could You Pass the Citizenship Test?

Apr 12, 2013

On Thursday 25 people became American citizens at a ceremony in Hyannis.

The ceremony is something like a graduation, the final step in the often long and complicated process of becoming a citizen.

Before they graduate, aspiring citizens have to pass a civics test.

The questions are pretty basic. But really, could you pass the test?

Reporter Karen Duffin took to the field to ask citizens on Cape Cod a few of the questions.  You can listen to the results above.

A First: New Citizens Sworn-in on Cape Cod

Apr 12, 2013
Karen Duffin

In an emotional ceremony, twenty-five new American citizens were sworn-in yesterday at the John F. Kennedy Museum in Hyannis. It was the first time a naturalization event has been held on Cape Cod. 

The new citizens come from eleven different countries, including Brazil, Jamaica, and Morocco.

WCAI's Best of 2011 Local Programming

Dec 25, 2011

On this page you'll find links to some of our favorite pieces we aired during 2011 - all produced at WCAI.

Our award-winning local programming is made possible by the generous support of contributing listeners. Thank you!

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