and the courage to defend the public's interest."
"The Morning Show"
is a collection of news, human interest stories, guest appearances
on topics of general interest, along with news, music, weather,
sports and politics. "The Morning Show" is timely, never dull,
and sometimes controversial.... but always entertaining. The show is
open for listeners to call in with questions, ideas and comments at:
Studio Line: (575) 258-1386
"Harvey T." Twite
- Host - "The Morning Show"
KEDU Director of Programming & Operations
Ruidoso Wedding Services
T." is the anchor for the morning line-up at KEDU
Harvey is a 30-year plus veteran of morning radio shows
from around the country. He is not the average "Morning Guy". Not
only is Harvey the Program Director and Chief Operator, but at one
time or another,
he has been the program director of every commercial radio station
in Ruidoso since moving to Lincoln County in 1999. Harvey helped
the KEDU project in early 2001, taking on the project on a full-time
basis in February 2003, and placing the station on-the-air,
on October 31, 2003. The first program aired was the original 1947
radio broadcast of "The War of the Worlds."
three decades, Harv has been involved with local and group
broadcasting companies in the United States. During that time,
Harvey has been recognized for his care and contributions to the
communities he has lived in, as well as recognition from his peers
in the broadcasting industry. Over the years, Harvey has been the
recipient of many broadcasting and community service awards. Most
Harvey has been recognized many times by his peers
and received many awards in his years in New Mexico:
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2001 "DJ/Radio Air
Personality of the Year "
New Mexico Broadcasters Association
2002 "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
Broadcasters Association 2001 "Best Website" for www.w105country.com
2001 "Quality of Life Award - Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce
2004 Camp Sierra Blanca Appreciation Award
2004 Lincoln County
Humane Society Appreciation Award
2004 U.S. Forest Service
"Peppin Fire" PSA Appreciation Award
2005 Childhood Hero Award -
Partners in Early Childhood
and emails are always welcome. To contact Harvey: Email:
KEDU Office (575) 258-1386
KEDU Studio (575)
E-mail the show:
042417 Guest: Pam
Tomey, High Mountain Youth Project "Bed Race"
has happened since the summer of 2014 when the Ruidoso News
published a letter to the editor and reported on the plight of
homeless students in Lincoln County. The High Mountain Youth Project
of Lincoln County, New Mexico, formerly the Homeless Students Task
Force, has incorporated and is now a tax exempt organization under…Website
Bed Race Info:
042417 Guest: Anne Wilson & Pastor Chabless "COPE
Dance for a Cause" Winners
COPE Dancing for the Cause was Saturday, April 22nd at the
Alto Country Club. Many folks came out to support COPE of Lincoln
County, and enjoyed a fun evening featuring local talent from
around the Ruidoso area. All funds will support the domestic
violence programs and services COPE provides to Lincoln County.
Local stars danced for the cause and were voted on to
win a coveted trophy! All funds will support the domestic violence
programs and services COPE provides to Lincoln County.
041217 Guest: Kari Dawn Kolander:
"Easter at the Ruidoso Public Library"
Children's Department Hours:
Thursday 9am - 5:30pm, Friday 9am - 3:30pm
Saturday 10am - 1:30pm -
Journalist - Artesia Daily News
"The Wild Horses of Alto"
Kathy Kolt is a New Mexico journalist
that writes for the Artesia Daily News. She covered the wild
horse sage extensively. Kathy shares her candid views with "Harvey
T/" on "The Morning Show."
" I have heard no one in Ruidoso
complain about the horses. I have been stopped by folks saying how
much they love the horses and they want them wild. The court case
can’t come soon enough." Kathy Kolt
Guest: NM Senator Liz Stefanics (D-NM39)
Website Hear It
■ Santa Fe County Commissioner, 2009–2016
■ NM State Senator
District 39, 1993–1996
■ NM Human Services Department, 2003–2005
State of NM Risk Management, 2006–2007
■ NM Health Policy Commission,
■ Robert Wood Johnson Fellow, Center for Health Policy UNM,
■ National Government Relations, American Cancer
■ PH.D. - University of Minnesota
■ MS -
University of Wisconsin, Madison
■ BS - Eastern Kentucky University
Paul Gessing, President - Rio
The New Mexico Legislature's 60 Day Session,
PNM's plan to stop coal generating in New Mexico, Bills, Vetoes,
Budgets, teachers, Oil & Gas...and a lot more!
became the first full-time President of the Rio Grande Foundation in
March of 2006. Since joining the Foundation, Gessing has been a
prominent voice for limited government and individual liberties in
policy areas including: Constitutional liberties, taxes, health care,
education, and transportation.
Prior to joining the Foundation,
Gessing headed up the lobbying efforts of the National Taxpayers Union
(NTU) a respected taxpayer-advocacy organization in Washington, DC.
He has published articles in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post,
US News & World Reports, The Albuquerque Journal, Barron’s and several
other major publications. He writes for and appears regularly in media
outlets around New Mexico. Paul has also testified in Congress and
before a variety of state and local bodies.
Paul graduated from
Bowling Green State University in Ohio with a degree in Political
Science in 1997 and he received his Masters in Business Administration
from the University of Maryland in 2005. Despite not growing up in
Albuquerque himself, his mother is a 1963 graduate of St. Pius and Paul
has family in the Albuquerque area dating back to World War II.
030117 Guest: Dick Cooke, Ruidoso Village Forrestor
- WUI Workshop Hear It
YOUR PART. BE FIRE SAFE. SAFELY REMOVE YOUR DEAD TREES NOW!
Proper property preparation can make the difference
between a saved home or a pile of embers during a wildfire. All
flammable material around your house should be removed. This
includes removal of dead branches, fallen leaves and cutting long
Currently, there are funding opportunities through the Cost Share
DICK COOKE - FORESTRY DIRECTOR - Tel: 575-257-5544
030117 Guest: Dr.
Geoege Bickert, Ruidoso School Supt. - School Update
030117 Guest: Kari Dawn
Kolander, Ruidoso Public Library - Update
022117 Topic: Commentary on why we did not air a discussion of the
Wild Horses of Alto issue. Harv Twite - Commentary
Guest: Marty Millar - Kawliga's - Ruidoso , "The Galleria"
vibrant new Galleria and marketplace showcasing quality dealers and
set in a beautiful building in Ruidoso."
Millar (575) 808-55385 or call
The Galleria at Kawliga's,
2637 Sudderth Drive - Ruidoso, NM
Guest: Mary Maxon "Red Hot Patriot, The
Kick-A$$ Wit of Molly Ivins" Hear It
Ann Ellison - Ruidoso HS Choir Fundraiser
Ruidoso High School Choir Fun and
Fund Raiser at Sacred Grounds
Name: Ruidoso High School Choir Fun and
Fund Raiser at Sacred Grounds
Date: February 24, 2017, Time: 6:00 PM
- 9:00 PM MST
Fun and Fund Raiser with and for
the Ruidoso High School Choir who need some travel money to attend a
choir competition. C'mon folks, chip in and support our young singers.
There might be a future star in this group of youngsters. More and more
accurate details will be posted in Sacred Grounds when available.
Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House
2704 Sudderth Dr.
Date/Time Information: Friday, February 24th at 6PM
Sacred Grounds 575-257-2273
Judy Mancillas - The Ultimate Gift of Life,
and Margi Bouldin Hear It
Ultimate Gift of Life Foundation exists to encourage this vitally
important action: taking the personal step to become an organ donor.
The Ultimate Gift of Life Foundation is committed to educating the
public and expanding the organ donor base across New Mexico and Texas.
021717 Guest: Paul Gessing,
President of the Rio Grande Foundation
Paul Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation
Topics: New Mexico Update
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.
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