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Note: Due to a recent ruling about Internet royalties
(when streaming over the Internet) made by the
CRB (The Copyright Royalty
Board), KEDU can no longer afford to stream
any songs over the Internet post 1972 vintage. The cause of this
decimation of Internet radio is the mid-December ruling of the
Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) regarding royalty rates for sound
recordings for the 2016-20 period. We apologize. Our regular
scheduled programs will air over our
Webcast as usual. Our Big
Oldies post 1972 songs will again air after this four-year rule
This will NOT affect our normal radio listeners...only the
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"The Morning Show"
7 - 9:00am, Monday-Friday
Live Morning Show" on KEDU Radio!
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NM Fire Info Update
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Guest: Tim Keithley, Chair, Lincoln County Republican Party
Tim Keithley, Cair, Republican Party of
County, New Mexico Hear
Topics: Trump Rally, Votes Count, Legislation,
Workshops, Elections and More.
Guest: Jack Swickard, Journalist, Retired Newspaper Editor
Jack Swickard writes about the Vietnam War and life in Southeast Asia.
National Geographic Documentary
From February 1967-February 1968,
Swickard was a U.S. Army Warrant Officer with the 118th Assault
Helicopter Company stationed at Bien Hoa, Republic of Vietnam. During
his year flying combat missions, he was awarded 2 Distinguished Flying
Crosses, the Bronze Star Medal, 23 awards of The Air Medal, and the
Vietnam Cross of Gallantry.
Vietnam Firefight - Helicopter Wars
Guest: Sid Miller, Texas State Land Commissioner
Join "Harvey T." Wednesday morning
at 9:00am for a candid
conversation about illiegal immigration and other Border issues.
Texas official Sid Miller says "border walls are a humanitarian
solution to illegal immigration."
(Picture courtesey of Fox News Digital)
020419 Guest: Sheriff Robert Shepherd, Lincoln County Sheriff
Ruidoso News Story - Updated:
Breaking on Tuesday, February 5, 2019
(Sante Fe“, NM - Larry Behrens) When 85% of the
Sheriffs across New Mexico say these bills aren’t good
counties, I believe them,” said Rep. Jim
Among the bills passed on Monday is House Bill 8 (HB 8.) This bill would
impose criminal penalties on law abiding New Mexicans who want to sell
or give their firearm to friends or family without a background check.
“We shouldn’t be punishing law abiding gun owners by passing laws we
know criminals won’t follow,” said Rep. Bill Rehm (R-Albuquerque). “Even
the expert witness for the Democrats, an Albuquerque Police Detective,
stated felons who posses firearms either obtain them by theft or
purchase stolen firearms from other criminals,” he continued.
Also passed was House Bill 83 which would allow for the confiscation of
a legal gun owner’s firearms when someone in the home, even if it isn’t
the gun owner, is designated an emergency risk.
Similar to a
previous hearing, a large and bipartisan group of New Mexico Sheriffs
testified against the bills. The bills now head to the House floor.
HB-8 - Firearms Licensee
Stolen Gun Checks
HB-40 - Background Checks At Gun Shows
Extreme Risk Protection Order Act (Red Flag)
HB-87 - DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE & FIREARM POSSESSION
Guest: Paul Gessing, President, Rio Grande Foundation
New Mexico Legislative Update 2019
Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation
Rio Grande Foundation: Website
Topics: New Mexico Update Website
The Rio Grande
Foundation is a research institute dedicated to increasing liberty and
prosperity for all of New Mexico's citizens.
We do this by informing New Mexicans of the importance of individual
freedom, limited government, and economic opportunity. Recent
Articles & Posts
Debi Wilcox and Andree Germany - Ruidoso Wild Horses
Ruidoso, NM - KEDU) "There were two wild horses from Alto NM that have
been rounded up by New Mexico Livestock Board in June of 2018 and we
want them to be released.
We believe the judge's order applies to
these to wild horses they are from a herd that was improperly rounded up
by NMLB and released back to their range under court order Oct 2018.
These 2 Wild Horses are from the same herd and were rounded a second
time and they should be released under the court order." --Debi
020119 Guest: New Mexico
State Senator Bill Burt (R-33)
Member LEGISLATIVE FINANCE COMMITTEE
Member MILITARY & VETERANS' AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
TECHNOLOGY & TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEES:
CORRECTIONS & JUSTICE COMMITTEE
Advisory ECONOMIC & RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Advisory INVESTMENTS & PENSIONS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Advisory RADIOACTIVE & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COMMITTEE
STABILIZATION & TAX POLICY COMMITTEE
How you can help:
The Salvation Army: Emergency Preparedness
As one of the largest
disaster relief organizations in the country, The Salvation Army
recognizes the need to be prepared. We educate other first responders
and the public about how to prepare for and respond to natural disasters
and aid in the development of emergency disaster plans.
123118 Guests: Emergency
Managers Meet & Discuss Winter Rediness Hear It
Joe Kasuboski, Ruidoso Emergency Manager
(R) Joe Kenmore, Dir. -
Lincoln County - Emergency Services
Click on each picture to
see preparedness information.
Snowstorms & Extreme Cold
create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon
monoxide poisoning, and heart attacks from overexertion. Winter storms
and blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice, and high
winds. A winter storm can:
Last a few hours or several days;
Knock out heat, power, and communication services; and
adults, young children, and sick individuals at greater risk.
ARE UNDER A WINTER STORM WARNING, FIND SHELTER RIGHT AWAY
Stay indoors and dress warmly.
Prepare for power
Use generators outside only and away from windows.
for emergency information and alerts.
Look for signs of hypothermia
Check on neighbors.
the Doctor" - Dr. Joseph Fraley - Tuesdays at 9:10am
121917 Dimentia Hear the Show
owns and operates Alpha and Omega Chiropractic, a wellness based
practice dedicated to improving health naturally. He also teaches
graduate and post graduate classes with subjects including chemistry,
physics, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and pathology. B.S. in
Anatomy and B.S. in Health and Wellness and a D.C. in Chiropractic.
Email Dr. Fraley:
of the Old West"
- Monday -
Edition on Saturday Morning at 7:10am
West history at its finest." The "Chronicle of the Old West" is a radio
show and a fascinating newspaper! It makes a wonderful gift for
friends and family that appreciate our western history
to Dakota Livesay each weekday on the Morning Show with "The Morning
Crew", M-F at 7:25am, (Mountain), and Saturday at 7:05am. (M-F
Starting the first of 2003,
Chronicle of the Old West, in
addition to a newspaper, became a radio show. Five days a week,
publisher Dakota Livesay, narrates stories about people and events
from the Old West.
Monday through Friday, and Saturday, you can hear all about the
people and places of the Old West. From the infamous Wild Bill
Hickok and Judge Roy Bean, to the outlaws they pursued, and the
cattlemen and settlers who carved out a home in the Western
Frontier. Each day Dakota shares something you probably didn't know
about the Old West. And, just like the newspaper, each show is about
events that take place in the month in which they are aired.
KEDU Radio: Monday - Friday, 7:25am - Daily Edition
KEDU Radio: Saturday, 7:10am - Weekly Edition
Congressional Review with Rep. Steve Pearce
Hear the Final Show
RADIO NEW MEXICO
Mike Kakuska & Harv Twite
Eye on Education" with Dr. "B."
Bi-weekly on KEDU
Join Dr. George Bickert, Superintendent of Ruidoso
Schools Hear It
Dr. George Bickert, Supt. Ruidoso Schools - Eye
Dr. George Bickert took some time out to have a candid chat on KEDU
this morning. We discussed many topics.
"Dr. B" will be appearing on KEDU bi-weekly, with a new radio
show: "Eye on Education with Dr. B.."
Jason Edmister, Assoc. Superintendant - Ruidoso Schools
and Answers About the Ruidoso Schools' SB-9 Capital Improvements Mill
Ruidoso Municipal Schools
200 Horton Circle
Ruidoso, NM 88345 Phone: (575) 630-7000 |
Saturday at 8:10am on KEDU Radio
Website & More: Click
Monday with the Mayor
Monday at 9:10am
Lynn Crawford for a look at the Village of Ruidoso.
Hear it here first!
Call Me Ruidoso
052118 Mayor Lynn Crawford and
Deputy Village Manager Ron Senna
The Mayor and Deputy
Village Manager Ron Senna discuss a "Village Update." They comment on
the bridge construction completion in the Upper Canyon. They list a
number of projects on the list this year. They also discuss tourism,
fire safety, water rights, staff recognition and
Ruidoso Village Website
SRN's Professor Hugh Hewitt
Monday - Friday, 4-7am
Hewitt is an American radio talk show host with the Salem Radio Network
and a lawyer, academic, and author. A conservative and a Catholic, he
comments on society, politics, and media bias in the United States.
The Ruidoso Business Insider
Tuesdy's at 8:10am
- All New!
KEDU Business Insider Archives:
Welcome to the KEDU "Business Insider" Radio Show, with Chef Steve Moore
& Harv Twite
012219 Guest: Cynthia (West)
Snodgrass, VP, Ruidoso.Net
discusses the all-new webcams
showcasing the fabulous views of
Mid-Town and Sierra Blanca. These new high-def cameras provide an
excellent live-feed! Check them out!
Smart Money with Brian Mirau More
Wednesday's at 10:10am
Brian Mirau is the founder and president of Mirau Capital
The Spencer Spotlight
at 10:10am on KEDU Radio
The Spencer Spotlight
airs every Tuesday at 10:10am on KEDU. The Spencer Spotlight features a
sample of the amazing shows and performances scheduled at the
Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts.
Kathleen features interviews, news and information that
offer a look at the many facets of the beautiful Spencer Theater.
Plus, listen for a chance to win tickets to an upcoming performance
during here show.
To contact Kathleen, call (575) 336-0016 or
email her at:
Hear this week's show:
Dave Alexander's "The World of
Saturday, 9:10 - 10:00am
KEDU Welcomes Bill Gaither's
Sunday's at 5:00pm on
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