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"The Morning Show"

"The wisdom to know...
and the courage to defend the public's interest."

         -- "Unknown

Archived Interviews*   2009   2010   2011  2012  2013  2014

                               2015   2016   2017
                                       * (2003-2008 Shows were lost due to a web cloud failure)

 "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

KEDU Director of Programming & Operations - Media Consultant   


"Harvey T." is the anchor for the morning line-up at KEDU Radio.
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 start 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, officially, on October 31, 2003. The first program aired was the original 1947 radio broadcast of  "The War of the Worlds."

For over 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 recently,

Harvey has been recognized many times by his peers and received many awards in his years in New Mexico:

New Mexico Broadcasters Association 1999 "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2000 "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2001 "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2001 "Best Website" for www.w105country.com
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2002  "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
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
2017 Seven Seals Award - DoD Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve

Your calls and emails are always welcome. To contact Harvey: Email:
Click Here

KEDU Office  (575) 258-1386
KEDU Fax (575) 215-1009

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040119   Guest: Cynthia Black, Constitional Conservatives if Lincoln County
CCLC - April 4 - 12pm-1pm - KBob's Fireplace Room - come early to order lunch.
I’m very excited to announce a surprise speaker – LILY TANG WILLIAMS – who is speaking about her journey to LIBERTY from Mao’s China to America. Lily is an inspirational speaker and her personal story will give you chills and bring you to tears. She knows the horrors of Socialism and she is touring America to sound the alarm. . I encourage you to attend, bring your Democrat Socialist friends. Bring your family. Lily travels the country speaking to many groups and we are grateful to Americans for Prosperity, New Mexico, who is sponsoring her New Mexico tour and bringing her to Ruidoso.  More      Hear It

 

 

 

Congressional Review with Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM) 
 

Hear the Final Show #414   Click Here

 

 

 

 


021419                 Guest: Tim Keithley, Chair, Lincoln County Republican Party  Hear It  

Tim Keithley, Cair, Republican Party of
 Lincoln County, New Mexico    Hear the Interview

RPLCNM Website

Topics: Trump Rally, Votes Count, Legislation,
 Workshops, Elections and More.

 Hear It 

 


021419           Guest: Jack Swickard, Journalist, Retired Newspaper Editor   Hear It      
  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

 

 

 

 

021319                Guest: Sid Miller,  Texas State Land Commissioner    Hear It
Join "Harvey T." Wednesday morning
at 9:00am for a candid conversation about illiegal immigration and other Border issues.

Website:  Click Here

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   Hear It
  Ruidoso News Story - Updated:   Click Here

  Breaking on Tuesday, February 5, 2019   More
 
(Sante Fe“, NM - Larry Behrens) When 85% of the
 Sheriffs across New Mexico say these bills aren’t good
 for  their counties, I believe them,” said Rep. Jim 
Townsend (R-Artesia).

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.    Bill Finder
Bills:
HB-8 -   Firearms Licensee Stolen Gun Checks      HB-8
HB-40 - Background Checks At Gun Shows    HB-40
HB-83 - Extreme Risk Protection Order Act (Red Flag)   HB-83
HB-87 - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & FIREARM POSSESSION     HB-87

 

 

 

 

 

 


020819   Guest: Paul Gessing, President, Rio Grande Foundation    Hear It    Website

New Mexico Legislative Update 2019

Paul 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

 

 

 


020719   Guests: Debi Wilcox and Andree Germany - Ruidoso Wild Horses    Hear It
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 Wilcox   Facebook        Hear It

 

 

 

 

020119 Guest: New Mexico State Senator Bill Burt (R-33)       Hear It

Member LEGISLATIVE FINANCE COMMITTEE
Member MILITARY & VETERANS' AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Member SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEES:
Advisory COURTS, CORRECTIONS & JUSTICE COMMITTEE
Advisory ECONOMIC & RURAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Advisory INVESTMENTS & PENSIONS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Advisory RADIOACTIVE & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COMMITTEE
Designee REVENUE STABILIZATION & TAX POLICY COMMITTEE

Website

 

 


 020119   Guest:   Paul Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation  Hear It

 New Mexico Legislative Update 2019
 Paul 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

 

 

 

12219  Guest: Cynthia (West) Snodgrass, VP, Ruidoso.Net
Cynthia 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!

Website: Ruidoso.Net   Hear Cynthia


 

 



011619  Guest: Jason Edmister, Assoc. Superintendant - Ruidoso Schools  Hear It
Questions and Answers About the Ruidoso Schools' SB-9 Capital Improvements Mill Levy
Q&A Link:  Click Here

Ruidoso Municipal Schools
200 Horton Circle Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone: (575) 630-7000 | Fax: (575) 257-415

 

 

 

011419  Guest: Tim Keithley, Chair, Republican Party of Lincoln County   Hear It
Tim sits down for a candid conversation about why he wants to be involved with the Lincoln County Republican Party. We discuss the election of officers and state committe members. We discuss the state of the state and America.

Tim says that it is time for younger Republicans to get involved in their communities. The search is on for folks to get involved.  Hear the Interview
To reach Tim, call (575) 258-2750 or (575) 937-4708.

 

 

 

 

011419  Guest: Drew Peterson, Senior VP TDS Telecom - Corporate Affairs  Hear
Drew joined TDS Telecom in 1997 as a member of the Government and Regulatory Affairs department. He was promoted to VP of External Affairs and Communications in 2010 and appointed SVP in 2018.
In his current role, Drew leads the company's regulatory, legislative, and judicial matters at the local, state and national levels. To promote and advance TDS' public policy positions, Drew works closely with industry-affiliated trade organizations and federal and state policymakers to drive policy success. Drew also maintains responsibility for the company's internal and external communications, business development, compliance and legal departments. And he serves as the company's chief corporate spokesperson.

TDS Website

 

 

 

 

 

121318  Guest: Don McMasters - Associate Broker - Destint Real Estate   Hear It

"Big Daddy Don" stopped by our studios this fine day
for the grand opening of "Chef's Coat Take Out."
We also had a welcoming brunch at KEDU Radio.
Both entities are located at 637 Sudderth Drive.

Click on Don's picture to hear the show!

 

 

 

 


103118      HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEDU!  15 Yeas Old Today!   Ruidoso News Story
KEDU celebrates 15 years
n-the-air in New Mexico.
KEDU was the very first LPFM radio station to
broadcast in New Mexico.
We will celebrate our birthday
when we celebrate our
ribbon curring at our new
studio location, at 637 Sudderth Dr., next door to
Cheff's Coat Take-Out.
We are on the air, as always,
and will soon be moved in!
Hear:  War of the Worlds
Ruidoso News Story

 

 

 

 

 110118   Guest: Jack Swickard Retired News Editor, Army Veteran      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.  NGEO    VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FROM HELICOPTER WARS

 

 

 

 


10-16-18      Guest: Paul Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation  Hear It

 Paul Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation    
 Rio Grande Foundation:  Website


RGF breaks story to KOB TV about New Mexico’s $164 million food stamp overpayments  Read the Story

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
 


 

 


 

073118  Guests: Robin & Evan Parks - Last Escape of Billy the Kid Pagent  Hear It
Friday – Aug 3, 2018 Website & Tickets
Since 1940, LPAF has presented performances of the melodrama “The Last Escape of Billy The Kid” during the annual “Old Lincoln Days” celebration. Lincoln is the village in which the 1881 jailbreak occurred. Lincoln was also the epicenter of the Lincoln County War (1878-1881).

Billy The Kid Pageant performances are presented in an outdoor theater. There will be no refunds or rain checks if a performance must be cancelled due to inclement weather. In 78 years, we have had to cancel only one performance.  More



 

 

 

 

071818  Guest: Kari Dawn Kolander - Children's Dept.  - Ruidoso Library  Hear It
Kari Dawn Kolander updates all of us on the successful
summer reading program at the library this year. there are
so many wonderful events going on that one must click-on
the website to see them all! For info, call 258-3704!
  Website      Hear the Interview 



061418  Guests: Neal McCowan & Tracy Turbeville - "Double Trouble"   Hear It
"Double Trouble" has teamed-up and playinggreat music all over the region.  The size of the
venue is not a factor with these two. Once you
hear them, you'll be amazed. Their story is a
unique one. Click the link to hear it!   Hear It


Contact: (575) 571-3617, or (575) 430-1354
(L-R) Tracy Turbeville, Neal McCowan   Facebook:  Click Here

 

 

 

061118  Guest: Mick Rich, Candidate for U.S. Senate - NM     Hear IT        Website

Mick Rich, New Mexico’s Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, is barnstorming New Mexico. he is known fore his 23-city “Hard Hat Town Hall Tour.”

“I’ve listened to New Mexicans’ concerns and dreams for 35 years,” said Rich, a general contractor. “In the past year alone, I put 150,000 miles on my Ford meeting with voters in all 33 counties. But it takes on new meaning now that I’m the nominee.”  



Hear the Interview        Website

 

 

 




060718  Guest: Jack Swickard, Retired News Editor, Army Veteran      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.  NGEO    VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS FROM HELICOPTER WARS

 

 

 

 



 060418  Guest: Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-51), Candidate for U.S. Congress NM District 2
Hear the Interview

NAME: Yvette Herrell
POLITICAL PARTY: Republican
OCCUPATION: Realtor
CITY OF RESIDENCE: Alamogordo
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:
Experienced Businesswoman
4 terms as a State Rep. District-51.
Chair of International Trade and Federalism of ALEC task force.
Member of the Board of Directors for ALEC
Co-Founder of Article V Caucus and Balanced Budget Amendment task force.
EDUCATION: Graduate of ITT School of Business

CAMPAIGN WEBSITE   Hear the AInterview

 

 



A message freom the Republican Party
of New Mexico:


RPNM Congratulates Second Congressional District Nominee Yvette Herrell

ALBUQUERQUE – The Republican Party of New Mexico congratulated Yvette Herrell for securing the Republican nomination for the Second Congressional District seat.

“Voters recognized that Yvette Herrell ran a focused, hard-fought campaign and talked about the issues that matter most,” said RPNM Chairman Ryan Cangiolosi. “She is a champion for New Mexico values and will work hard to create jobs, fight for less government regulation, improve access to healthcare, and protect New Mexico families.

“Year after year, Democrats claim they are going to win the Second Congressional District. Year after year, they fail. This year will be no different. Yvette Herrell will be an outstanding member of Congress and she will continue Steve Pearce’s hard work to ensure our state has a champion in Washington.”

“The Republican Party is grateful we had multiple strong candidates sharing their vision for our state and our country in this primary and we congratulate Yvette Herrell for winning the nomination. We will be working closely with her to see this race through to the finish and keep the Second District in the Republican column.”

 

 

 

 

060418  Guest: Joe Bizzell, Candidate for Public Regulations Commission  Hear It
  With 20 years of experience in the utilities and energy industry, Joseph Bizzell beleives he is the perfect candidate to fill the District 5 New Mexico Public Regulations Commissioner's seat.

Republican Bizzell, 44, is running for the NMPRC District 5 seat in the June 2018 primary elections which is currently occupied by incumbent Sandy Jones.

The NMPRC regulates the utilities, telecommunications, and motor carrier industries to ensure fair and reasonable rates, and to assure reasonable and adequate services to the public as provided by law.

The NMPRC promotes public safety through the offices of the State Fire Marshal, the Firefighter Training Academy, Pipeline Safety Bureau and Transportation Division
(Excerpt from the Alamogordo News)  Story weblink:  Click Here

 

 





053018  Local Masons making a difference in Kids Reading Program    Hear It
Guests: Kari Dawn Kolander, Tom Shank & John Malaski    Hear It

 


(L-R) Tom Shank, Kari Dawn Kolander
and John Malaski
Local Masons are involved in supporting and rewarding our young kiddos as they participate in a local reading program. The Masons are donating bicylces to youngsters as a reward for reading! learn more at the Ruidoso Public Library:  Website

 

Monday with the Mayor
 052118     Guests: Mayor Lynn Crawford and Deputy Village Manager Ron Senna     Hear It

Ruidoso Village Webs

The Mayor and Deputy Village Manager Ron Senna discuss a "Village Update." They comment on the main bridge construction completion in the Upper Canyon. They list a number of projects on the list this year. They also discuss tourism, water conservation,
fire safety, water rights, staff recognition and retirements.  Hear the Conversation.

 

 

 

 

 

 


052218  Guests: Ranger Jodie Canfield, and Wesley Hall, Forest Fuels Specialist     Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Officials with the U.S. Forest Service and even one Lincoln County commissioner have encountered unattended camp fires, and they admitted recently the prospect of embers dispersing and causing a major wildfire scares them.

Fire restrictions have been elevated. Smokey Bear District Ranger Jodie Canfield, who serves on the Lincoln National Forest and Wes Hall discuss the current status of the Lincoln National Forest.. 

Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Jodie Canfield and her dog Nipsy, on lease, during a hike in the national forest. (Photo: Courtesy Photo/USFS)


 

 

 

 

 

 

052118  Guests: Larry Cordove, USFS, with Rachel & Kelsey Fisging Day!   Hear It

24th Annual Youth Fishing Day, June 2nd at
Grindstone Lake, 9:00am to 12:30pm
Comeout and enjoy a great day full of games, prizes and FISHING!! No experience required!
No fishing permit required for the day.
Sponsored in part by: NM Game and Fish, and
the Ruidoso Parks & Rec, Trout Unlimited and
Walmart!        Hear the Interview



051418 Guests: John Amador amd Tony Bolden - Bike Rodeo    Hear It

 May 18th 12:00 p.m., May 19th, 10 a.m. -l ?
Rodeo on Wheels is here folks!! May 18, starting at 12 pm Noon into the late evening and May 19 from 10am until the last man is standing. Who will be that man?
We are excited to give our locals and all of our visiting motorcycle enthusiasts something new to do in our wonderful community! Fun games for motorcycles as well as games for those who aren't riding a bike. Delicious food from Antojitos Emmie and Pop's Funnel Cakes with an assortment of options to choose from. We will have live music, bands and DJ Pete. We want everyone to enjoy themselves at this event. Performing on Friday; The Mix, and Andrea & Reggie! Performing on Saturday; DJ Pete (all day), Homegrown, and Rich Chrone & Urban Edge from El Paso TX. As a new event in town we love to have local support and to see this grow for our community.  Facebook

 

051118  Guests: NM State Auditor Wayne Johnson, Grover Norquist and Paul Gessing  Hear It
             Gorover Norquist, Founder/President of Americans for Tax Reform, and
             Paul Gessing is Founder/President of The Rio Grande Foundation    Hear It

(L-R) Wayne Johnson, Grover
 Norquist and Paul Gessing

 



 51418 Guests: John Amador amd Tony Bolden - Bike Rodeo    Hear It
May 18th 12:00 p.m., May 19th, 10 a.m. -l ?
Rodeo on Wheels is here folks!! May 18, starting at 12 pm Noon into the late evening and May 19 from 10am until the last man is standing. Who will be that man?
We are excited to give our locals and all of our visiting motorcycle enthusiasts something new to do in our wonderful community! Fun games for motorcycles as well as games for those who aren't riding a bike. Delicious food from Antojitos Emmie and Pop's Funnel Cakes with an assortment of options to choose from. We will have live music, bands and DJ Pete. We want everyone to enjoy themselves at this event. Performing on Friday; The Mix, and Andrea & Reggie! Performing on Saturday; DJ Pete (all day), Homegrown, and Rich Chrone & Urban Edge from El Paso TX. As a new event in town we love to have local support and to see this grow for our community.  Facebook





 

 

 

050718                           Guest: Todd Fuqua, Fuqua Sports    Hear It

Fuqua Tax & Financial Management  
Coming Soon to Mountain Top Plaza!
1009 Mechem Drive, Suite 9, Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone: (575) 937-6849


Fuqua Sports: "Sports in Lincoln County has a long and proud tradition – from the running of the All American Futurity at Ruidoso Downs to recent successes by high school teams in all sports. Someone should document all these wonderful things, and that someone is me."  - Todd Fuqua
Website   Contact        Hear the Interview

 

 




43018   Guests: Ranger Jodie Canfield, and Wesley Hall, Forest Fuels Specialist
Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Officials with the U.S. Forest Service and even one Lincoln County commissioner have encountered unattended camp fires, and they admitted recently the prospect of embers dispersing and causing a major wildfire scares them.

The subject came up during a report to the county commission last week by Smokey Bear District Ranger Jodie Canfield, who serves on the Lincoln National Forest. 

Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Jodie Canfield and her dog Nipsy, on lease, during a hike in the national forest. (Photo: Courtesy Photo/USFS)

 

 

042718 Guest:   Paul Gessing, President - Rio Grande Foundation  Hear It

 Paul 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



 

042418   Guest: Chuck Beddoe - Ruidoso Ferral Cat Project   Go Fund Me    Hear It


Go Fund MeI have been working for almost three years by myself trapping & taming wild, feral, and lost domestic cats. To date, 145 cats have been rescued with most placed in homes.
I have 10 or 12 outside cats that need vet care and homes as well as a few inside that NEED a home of their own. I need help to continue this work.I am a 67-year-old disabled man on social security and can no long afford to spend on this project, please help if you can. 


042318  On Scene Support - Mike Myers    Hear It





041018   Scholarship Fund for Foster Children at Sierra Blanca Boy & Girls Club  - Hear It
Guests: Sonya Loya, Kelly Zamora
and Tim Coughlin,         

(Ruidoso News) "Programs offered by the Boys and Girls Club of Sierra Blanca include cooking and art skills; tutoring and homework help; sports and fitness skills; life management akills; mentoring and character building skills."
- Sonya Loya     Ruidoso News Story

 

 

  

 

 

041018   Guest:  Daniell Thompson, Veteran's Service Officer, NMDVS - Roswell    Hear It

 Danielle is in the Roswell Field Office
Danielle Thompson (VSO)   Website
Roswell, NM 88201
Phone (575)624-6086

The New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services is honored to help our state’s veterans file for these benefits. The NMDVS has 16 field offices around the state which are staffed by nationally-certified Veterans’ Service Officers. These VSO’s are also veterans themselves and will be more than happy to assist any way they can.  Hear It



032818   Guest: Ben Johnson, Legislative Assistant for Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM)

 Ben Johnson stopped by "Studio B"  Hear It

Ben and Harvey discuss Ben's edxucation and career moves. Ben talks about being on the staff of Congressman Pearce. Ben researches and monitors the issues that are critical for the people of New Mexico. Ben  creates our radio scripts and helps to keep all of us on-point.

Ben is trekking through SE New Mexico.



031418   Guest: Wayne Johnson - New Mexico  State Auditor        Hear It

 New Mexico State Auditor, Wayn Johnson, stopped by
"Studio B" for a candid chat about the "State of the State."
I had to opportunity to ask him a wide range of questions
about the financial aspects of New Mexico, including the
State Firefighter Fund monies that were scarfed-up by
the legislature. He was in town giving a seminar to local,
county and state officials.  Plus, I asked him about his
candacy for the state auditor's office. Hear the conversation.

NMOSA Website   Hotline 1-800-OSA-FRAUD    Mission



022618   Guest: Dave "T-Bone" Tetrault - Ruidoso Parks & Rec, "Keep Ruidoso Beautiful"

April 22nd, Noon to 4:00pm at School House Park, 501 Sudderth
Gloves & Trash Bags are provided.
Youth and Service Group Funding available.
Roll-off containers will be available. No tires, batteries, paint,
household garbage or commercial or
construction waste allowed.

For more info,  call 257-5030
Hear the Interview       Website

020518                   Guest: Mike Kakuska, NM Vice-Chair, NM DOD-ESGR      Hear It

ESGR, os a Department of Defense program. It was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment. ESGR is supported by a network of more than 3,750 volunteers in 54 committees located across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam-CNMI (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands), Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Website   NM ESGR




021618   Guest:   Paul Gessing,
President of the Rio Grande Foundation  Hear It


Paul Gessing, President - 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

 


121217   Guest:  Michelle Garcia Holmes, Candidate for NM Lt. Governor   Hear It

 Michelle Garcia Holmes : AGE: 55, Albuquerque, NM.

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science, Wayland Baptist University (Albuquerque campus), 2002

OCCUPATION: Currently retired. Chief of staff, New Mexico Attorney General’s Office, 2006-2014. Albuquerque Police Department, 20 years of service: uniform patrol/field training officer, SE area command Impact Team, recruiting and selection, SOP detail, chiefs staff, Criminal Investigations Bureau — auto theft, violent crimes, sexual assault unit, crimes against children unit. Commissioned law enforcement officer, 1984-2015. FAMILY: Earl Holmes, five children, ages 22-34  Hear It


043018   Guests: Ranger Jodie Canfield, and Wesley Hall, Forest Fuels Specialist
Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Officials with the U.S. Forest Service and even one Lincoln County commissioner have encountered unattended camp fires, and they admitted recently the prospect of embers dispersing and causing a major wildfire scares them.

The subject came up during a report to the county commission last week by Smokey Bear District Ranger Jodie Canfield, who serves on the Lincoln National Forest. 

Ruidoso News Article: Click Here     Hear It

Jodie Canfield and her dog Nipsy, on lease, during a hike in the national forest. (Photo: Courtesy Photo/USFS)

 

 


 

 

042718 Guest:   Paul Gessing, President of the Rio Grande Foundation  Hear It

 Paul 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


042418   Guest: Chuck Beddoe - Ruidoso Ferral Cat Project   Go Fund Me    Hear It

Go Fund MeI have been working for almost three years by myself trapping & taming wild, feral, and lost domestic cats. To date, 145 cats have been rescued with most placed in homes.
I have 10 or 12 outside cats that need vet care and homes as well as a few inside that NEED a home of their own. I need help to continue this work.I am a 67-year-old disabled man on social security and can no long afford to spend on this project, please help if you can. 


042317   On Scene Support - Mike Myers

 



042317                           Guest: Todd Fuqua, Fuqua Sports    Hear It
Fuqua Tax & Financial Management  
Coming Soon to Mountain Top Plaza!
1009 Mechem Drive, Suite 9, Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone: (575) 937-6849


Fuqua Sports: "Sports in Lincoln County has a long and proud tradition – from the running of the All American Futurity at Ruidoso Downs to recent successes by high school teams in all sports. Someone should document all these wonderful things, and that someone is me."  - Todd Fuqua

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041018   Scholarship Fund for Foster Children at Sierra Blanca Boy & Girls Club
Guests: Sonya Loya, Kelly Zamora
and Tim Coughlin,          Hear It

(Ruidoso News) "Programs offered by the Boys and Girls Club of Sierra Blanca include cooking and art skills; tutoring and homework help; sports and fitness skills; life management akills; mentoring and character building skills."
- Sonya Loya     Ruidoso News Story


 

 

041018   Guest:  Daniell Thompson, Veteran's Service Officer, NMDVS - Roswell    Hear It
 Danielle is in the Roswell Field Office
Danielle Thompson (VSO)   Website
Roswell, NM 88201
Phone (575)624-6086

The New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services is honored to help our state’s veterans file for these benefits. The NMDVS has 16 field offices around the state which are staffed by nationally-certified Veterans’ Service Officers. These VSO’s are also veterans themselves and will be more than happy to assist any way they can.  Hear It









032818   Guest: Ben Johnson, Legislative Assistant for Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM)

 Ben Johnson stopped by "Studio B"  Hear It

Ben and Harvey discuss Ben's edxucation and career moves. Ben talks about being on the staff of Congressman Pearce. Ben researches and monitors the issues that are critical for the people of New Mexico. Ben  creates our radio scripts and helps to keep all of us on-point.

Ben is trekking through SE New Mexico.





















031418   Guest: Wayne Johnson - New Mexico  State Auditor        Hear It
New Mexico State Auditor, Wayn Johnson, stopped by
"Studio B" for a candid chat about the "State of the State."
I had to opportunity to ask him a wide range of questions
about the financial aspects of New Mexico, including the
State Firefighter Fund monies that were scarfed-up by
the legislature. He was in town giving a seminar to local,
county and state officials.  Plus, I asked him about his
candacy for the state auditor's office. Hear the conversation.

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