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020816  Guests:
Dep. Village Manager Ron Senna, Rodney Griego - Dir. Parks & Rec  Hear It
Village Election Information: Click Here
Ruidoso News - Municipal elections
In the Ruidoso municipal election, voters will be asked to authorize up to $3 million of general obligation bonds to be repaid from property taxes for the purpose of enlarging, improving or extending the production and distribution components of the village's water system. It would be the second in a rolling series of $3 million packages toward ensuring a future water supply in the village. Absentee voting will begin Jan. 26 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26. Early voting will begin Feb. 10 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26, at the village clerk's office. Those times and dates also apply to the other four municipalities in the county and their village clerks. Election day polling in Ruidoso is conducted at the convention center for all village precincts.



020416  Guest: Kari
Dawn Kolander - Ruidoso Public Library     Hear It    Website
Children's Department Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5:30pm
Friday 9am - 3:30pm
Saturday 10am - 1:30pm
Closed Sunday

RUIDOSO PUBLIC LIBRARY
107 Kansas City Road
Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone: (575) 258-3704


020416 Guest:  Jack Swickard - Former Newspaper Editor, Journalist  Hear It
Jack Swickard
served in the U.S. Army for four years, from December 1965-December 1969. From February 1967-February 1968, Swickard was a pilot with the 118th Assault Helicopter Company stationed at Bien Hoa, Republic of Vietnam. During his year in Vietnam, he was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star Medal, 23 Awards of The Air Medals, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. On his return from Vietnam, he served as adjutant of the 155th Aviation Battalion at Robert Gray Army Airfield.

After leaving the Army, Swickard returned to The Albuquerque Tribune as a reporter. He later was promoted to city editor, where he was in charge of the newspaper’s local coverage. In 1974, he was named editor of the Roswell Daily Record in Roswell, New Mexico. Fifteen years later, he became editor, then editor-general manager of The Daily Times in Farmington, New Mexico.  More



012806  Guest: Dr. George Bickert, Supt. Ruidoso Schools - Eye on Education   Hear It
 
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.."

Topics today: Bond Election

Hear the Interview  Bond Election






 

020416 Guest:   Jack Swickard - Former Newspaper Editor, Journalist  Hear It
Jack Swickard
served in the U.S. Army for four years, from December 1965-December 1969. From February 1967-February 1968, Swickard was a pilot with the 118th Assault Helicopter Company stationed at Bien Hoa, Republic of Vietnam. During his year in Vietnam, he was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star Medal, 23 Awards of The Air Medals, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. On his return from Vietnam, he served as adjutant of the 155th Aviation Battalion at Robert Gray Army Airfield.

After leaving the Army, Swickard returned to The Albuquerque Tribune as a reporter. He later was promoted to city editor, where he was in charge of the newspaper’s local coverage. In 1974, he was named editor of the Roswell Daily Record in Roswell, New Mexico. Fifteen years later, he became editor, then editor-general manager of The Daily Times in Farmington, New Mexico.  More



010716  Guest: Corey Bard, Director - Ruidoso Public Library  Update    Hear It
Corey Bard discusses all of the "Going's On" at the Library.
About the Library:
Today a staff of six annually checks out and restocks over 100,000 books, DVDs, and CDs, issues cards to over 1,500 patrons, assists computer users during over 20,000 sessions, provides services for 200,000 visitors, programs for over 5,000 people of all ages, and maintains a website with services for remote customers through the e-branch.

Website  More




010616UUtah State Rep. Ken Ivory - American Lands Council   Hear It

  For decades now, Washington has been progressively commandeering from local control matters of land access, land use, and land ownership, particularly, though not exclusively, throughout the western states.  States, counties, municipalities, businesses and individuals have been reeling to defend against the metastasizing maze of federal policies, regulations and edicts.  These DC directives combine to not only choke education funding, restrict state and county tax base, and depress business and economic activity, but also to imperil the national forests. Moreand with it billions of pounds of pollutants have been spewed into the air and tens of millions of animals killed.  Smoked Bear   Ken Ivory   Video


122915 Guest: Ruidoso Police Chief Darren Hooker - Village Update  Hear It
 Ruidoso Police Chief Darren Hooker stopped by "Studio B" on "The Morning Show with Harvey T." Tuesday. He discussed the huge weekend storm that affected the entire State of New Mexico. The Chief was very complimentary of how well the various departments and citizens worked together throughout the weekend. 
Hear the interview. 
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122215 First Ever Film Camp Held in Mescalero  - Pascal Enjady  Hear It
Students from Mescalero and Ruidoso gathered at KEDU Radio Tuesday, to discuss an exciting film camp being sponsored
by The Mescalero Apache Tribe. In early December of this year, Pascal Enjady – employee at Mescalero’s Nde Bizaa Language Program and filming expert, envisioned youth in Mescalero learning and applying the techniques of what it means to make a movie. hear what some of the participants had to say.  More
(Picture Courtesy: Mescalero Tribe)


Ask the Doctorwith Dr. Joseph Fraley, DC.  More
Join Dr. Fraley, Tuesday's at 9:10am.  New Time!!   Website    
Hear It     Topics: Health: Young & Old

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Bones    Archives


Nervous System  (Current Topic)




Front Page with Kelly Brooks
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Tanya Huber - Coyote Howling in Ruidoso  Hear It
February 5 - Turn Hunger Into Hope
Fundraising Event: From 5:30 to 9 p.m. live and silent auctions, raffle, food court at First Baptist Church, 270 Country Club Drive to benefit Feed My Starving Children. Free to the public. Call 575-808-8320 for more information.
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Kelly Brooks & Warren Malkerson (KEDU Harvey T.)
(From The Ruidoso News) Hear It
For the first time in its 15 year history, New Mexico Magazine photo contest winners will be showcased in a public exhibition beginning Saturday. The exhibition breaths new life into the magazine's photography contest and just happens to be at the largest photography gallery in the state, Lincoln County's own Tularosa Basin Gallery of Photography at 401 Twelfth Street, Carrizozo Read More
 

Legacy Watch - Veteran's Hour with Vic Currier
Friday's at 10:30am     Hear It     Archives
Vic Currier attended the University of Arizona at Tucson, and served three consecutive top-secret combat tour extensions in Vietnam (24FEB69 - 14APR71) with the U.S. Air Force. Service specialties included USAF Communications, Computers and Navigational Aids in II-Corps Vietnam.

His life's work includes thirteen years as a railroad brakeman and manager, twenty-five years in mid-level and senior management on various boards of directors in the insurance, real estate securities and banking arenas. He retire in Southern New Mexico with his wife of twenty-eight years, breeding and racing thoroughbred horses, and working as a regional activist on military and veteran's issues.   More
 



Monday with the Mayor Monday at 9:10am
  Join Mayor  Tom Battin for a look at the Village of Ruidoso.
Hear it here first! 
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020816  Guests: Dep. Village Manager Ron Senna, Rodney Griego - Dir. Parks & Rec  Hear It
Village Election Information: Click Here

Ruidoso News:
Municipal Elections
In the Ruidoso municipal election, voters will be asked to authorize up to $3 million of general obligation bonds to be repaid from property taxes for the purpose of enlarging, improving or extending the production and distribution components of the village's water system. It would be the second in a rolling series of $3 million packages toward ensuring a future water supply in the village. Absentee voting will begin Jan. 26 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26. Early voting will begin Feb. 10 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26, at the village clerk's office. Those times and dates also apply to the other four municipalities in the county and their village clerks. Election day polling in Ruidoso is conducted at the convention center for all village precincts.

Note: The program is on recess while the Mayor has back surgery.
We will utilize the time to bring you news from the Village at times, when necessary.

 

The Ruidoso Business Insider

Wednesdays at 10:10am
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KEDU Business Insider Archives: Click Here  
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072915  Guest:  Debi Wilcox - Enchanted Massage of Ruidoso   Hear It

Enchanted Massage - Mountain Top Plaza
Professional Licensed Massage Therapist Debi Wilcox has created a private opportunity to pamper your self with a therapeutic and relaxing massage.  More

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Ask about the "Big Oldies Special"  Hear It

 

 

Guest: James Stevens - Ruidoso Radio Shack - Radio Shack   Hear It
  Looking for a new MP3 player, computer, TV, DVD player or cell phone? Look no further! As Ruidoso's preferred consumer electronics store, we have been welcoming customers to our shop for over 35 years. We are committed to providing you with unbeatable prices on high quality products!
Need assistance installing your new gadget? Depend on our qualified technicians for reliable customer service. We can help you design and install a Home Theater system that will provide high-quality entertainment for your entire family. We look forward to serving you! Website  
Hear

 

"Eye on Education" with Dr. "B." Bi-weekly on KEDU
Join Dr. George Bickert, Superintendent of Ruidoso Schools  

020216  Guest: Dr. George Bickert, Supt. Ruidoso Schools - Eye on Education   Hear It
 
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.."

Topics today: Student Testing, Graduation Requirements,
Local Control, The School Board, NM-PED, Common Core, Band, Choir, Sports, College, ENMU-Ruidoso, Nob Hill School Plan, PARCC, Five Year Master Plan, Local Town Hall Meetings

Hear the Interviews 8-28-2015   9--9-2015    9-23-2015

                                  10-20-2015  Bond Election

 

The Spencer Spotlight with Kathleen McDonald
 
Tuesday's 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. WEBSITE
To contact Kathleen, call (575) 336-0016 or
email her at:
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Boy Scout Campfire Radio - Saturdays at 10:10am
Jack Shuster - Host

For more than 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Today, these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910. Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives. Join us each week as we feature the different facets of Scouting.

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KEDU welcomes "The Gun Owner's News Hour" with Larry Pratt  More
  Saturdays at 10:05am    Website     More
Join host Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, in a fast-paced discussion of current events. Gun Owners of America is a nonprofit lobbying organization formed in 1975 to preserve and defend the Second Amendment rights of gun owners. Pratt’s interviews explore a wide range of second amendment issues, as well as other areas of life threatened by unauthorized incursions by federal, state and local governments. As the show’s announcer proclaims, “It is not just about gun control, it is about control.”  Email Larry      More


 


 

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