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Archived Programs of 2010

 

"The Morning Show"

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

         -- "Unknown

"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 - Media Consultant    DJ Services  Ruidoso Wedding Services
"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 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 Twite 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 received awards and been recognized by:

New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2001 "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
New Mexico Broadcasters Association 2002  "DJ/Radio Air Personality of the Year "
New Mexico 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

Your calls and email are always welcome. To contact Harvey: Email:
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Note: The comments and opinions expressed on this program, are not necessarily
           those of the staff and/or management of the CBOLC, Inc. or KEDU Radio.


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12-15-10          Guest: New Mexico Lt. Governor - Elect, John Sanchez  Hear It
Lt. Governor John Sanchez discusses growing-up in New Mexico. He describes early life with his seven brothers and sisters. He speaks of the need for family values and how his Mother played a critical role in teaching him the rewards of working hard. John speaks with a renewed fire for the hopes of New Mexico, and offers a candid look at the critical mission ahead for New Mexico.  Hear It


12-14-10         Guest: U.S. Rep.- Elect Steve Pearce (R-NM)  Hear It
Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM) discusses
the state of the country, his primary concerns in the coming year, and he discusses his "A-Committee" appointment to the "Financial Services Committee."  Website

 

12-13-10         Guest: Sen. Dianna Duran, NM Secretary of State-Elect   Hear It Now
Topics: Administration transition, SOS Responsibilities, Real Voter
Photo ID, NM County Clerks....and more.   Hear the Interview

New Mexico Secretary of State's Website: Click Here


New Mexico Senate Website:  Click Here


2-9-10            Guest:  Jack Swickard, Founder/CEO of 575 Magazine.Com, Viet Nam Pilot  (Multi-Part Series)
Topics:
 Jack discusses his fourth trip to Viet Nam. This time, he also visited Cambodia. jack also talks about the people and special locations he re-visited.

Jack's website:
  www.575magazine.com      Part #1   Part #2
 

12-8-10          Guest: Dr. Cynthia Orozco, Author, Professor of History at ENMU-Ruidoso  Hear It
 
Dr. Orozco discusses her latest book, "No Mexicans, Women or Dogs Allowed."  She also discusses U.S. history, as well as a in-dept discussion about New Mexico.   
Hear the Interview       Website

Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco obtained her BA from the University of Texas at Austin and an MA and PhD from UCLA. She taught at the University of Texas at San Antonio and University of New Mexico.


 

12-6-10    Topic: "Harvey T." discusses the "Top 12" Android Phones as rated by  Hear It
Tech Republic's Jason Hiner, Editor in Chief.
     Tech Sanity Check

 



12-3-10           Guest:
Retired FBI Agent/NM State Rep. Dennis Kintigh (R-Roswell)  Hear It
 
Representative Dennis Kintigh is a retired FBI special agent and a former Air Force officer who worked in the military and civilian space programs. He is also a veteran of the Army National Guard.  Website

New Mexico State Legislature Website:  Click Here


 


11-30-10        Guests: The Lincoln County Community Theater, "Christmas Briefs"  Hear It
 "A Night of One Act Plays," Dec 3,4,5, 9,10,11, Thursday - Saturday
 at the Cree Meadows Country Club. Reservations: (575) 258-3133
Website: http://www.lcctonline.com


11-30-10        Guests: Danny Flores and Mario Del Gado, ENMU Community Choir   Hear It
(L-R) Danny Flores, ENMU Choir Instructor, Mario Del Gado)
ENMU Community Concert, Monday, December 6th, 6:10pm, at the
Spencer Theater in Alto, NM. Info: (575) 257-2120 or 258-4910



11-29-10          Guests: Sally Moore and Glynis Racine, Lincoln County Tea Party Patriots  Hear It
Topics: NM State Rally at the Roundhouse on January 18th, Rep. Steve Pearce's visit on 11-30-2010, popularity of The Tea Party across America.


11-26-10          Guests: Jared Hamilton and Victor Contreras, NM PAC Los Hispanos Unidos
Topic: Voter I.D., NM Speaker of the House positioning, the danger of a coalition, and the importance of NM Tea Party participation in the legislative process.  Hear It

 

 

 

11-26-10         Topic: New Mexico's New Legislature, The "Run" for Speaker,"
                           and "Who called Rep. Dianne Hamilton a Liar?"   Hear It
                           Guests: Jared Hamilton and Victor Contreras of Los Hispanos Unidos
 

11-18-10         Guest: Jack Swickard, live from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Hear It
Founder & CEO of 575 Magazine.Com  Earlier Interview: 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. Helicopter Wars - National Geographic Channel

11-16-10           Commentary: Earmark Ban Vote Today: Call These Senators Now!  Hear It
Topic: Call the U.S. Senators that are on the fence, who cannot
seem to choose the need for fiscal responsibility in America.  The List
Wasteful Excess Government Spending = Earmarks
Tea Party Patriots.Org   The Website: Click Here

11-15-10            Guest: Marty Racine, Editor - Ruidoso News, NM Press Assoc. Awards  Hear It
2010 New Mexico Press Awards - Newspaper/Weekly
Editorials - First place: Marty Racine, Ruidoso News.
Columns - Second place: Julie Carter, Ruidoso News.
Sports Columns - First place: Mike Curran, Ruidoso News.


New Mexico 2010 Election - Roundtable Discussion
11-4-10            Guests: Republican Party of Lincoln County Representatives   Hear It

John Billingsley - Political Director, Jack Shuster - Comm. Director
 
Topics: Overview of the 2010 Election, County voter turn-out, Election 2012,
 Future expectations and candidates.
          
 
Justin King - Young Republican (Chair), and Karen Clontz - President of the Federated Republican Women of Lincoln County

 Hear It

Republican Susanna Martinez next NM Governor

ABQ Journal Story     More


ABQ Journal photo by Alex Wilson, Slides by Roberto E. Rosales /Journal

BREAKING: Martinez Wins Governor's Seat

 Tuesday, 02 November 2010 22:20
Martinez is the first woman to be elected governor of New Mexico
ABQ Journal Story     More
Subscribe Now Albuquerque Journal:  Website: www.abqjournal.com
 

11-1-10    Commentary: "Why people vote." Article by Anne Wilson Twite  Hear It

10-27-10  Guests: Charlotte Salazar, NMPWPM, Jim Lane, Div. Head, NM Game & Fish,
               and Caren Cowan, Exec. Director, NM Cattle Growers Association
   Hear It

               Topic: "Commission To Hold Bear-Kill Meeting" Albuquerque Journal
               New Mexico State Game Commission - Bear-Cougar Hunting Rules FINAL VOTE!
               Thursday, October 28th in Ruidoso, 9:00am to 5:00pm
               Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino, 287 Carrizo Canyon Road, Ruidoso

New Mexico 2010 Election Sample Ballot - Click Here
(Be sure to click on your voting precinct)

2010 November Election Ballot - Candidates & Issues Analysis


 Arguments For & Against NM Constitutional Amendments  PDF

Vote fraud attacks the heart of our political system and threatens our rights as citizens.
When True the Vote began monitoring elections last fall in Houston, we were shocked at the fraud we discovered. Precinct judges often failed to check voters IDs, and some even filled out ballots to “help” people vote. These violations are just the tip of a very large and ugly iceberg.
If you are one of the millions of Americans outraged by corruption at the highest levels of our nation’s government, then you can help us stop fraud where it begins – at the polling place, in the precinct where you live, in the streets of your city.

If you care enough to help, contact us today to become part of our action plan. A commitment of just a few hours is all it takes to help restore truth and integrity to our elections

11-1-10    Commentary: "Why people vote." Article by Anne Wilson Twite  Hear It

10-27-10  Guests: Charlotte Salazar, NMPWPM, Jim Lane, Div. Head, NM Game & Fish,
               and Caren Cowan, Exec. Director, NM Cattle Growers Association
   Hear It

               Topic: "Commission To Hold Bear-Kill Meeting" Albuquerque Journal
Conference Info:
New Mexico State Game Commission
Bear and Cougar Hunting Rules FINAL VOTE!
Thursday, October 28th in Ruidoso
9:00am to 5:00pm
Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino
287 Carrizo Canyon Road
Mescalero, NM 88340
 

10-26-10  Guest:  Steve Terrell - Reporter-Blogger, Santa Fe New Mexican  Hear It
Topics: Steve  and Harvey discuss New Mexico Politics and review of the candidates.
 
Visit Steve's Roundhouse Roundup


10-26-10  Guest: Danny Flores, Ruidoso High School Choir Instructor, Schlotsky's Fundraiser   Hear It
Topics: Choral Awards in New Mexico, All-State Students, Schlotsky's Fundraiser

Schlotsky's Fundraiser, Tuesday, October 26th, 4-8:30pm  in Ruidoso.

 


10-22-10  Guests: Mercedes Espinosa, Jake McCaw and Steve Moore   Hear It
Topic: "The Fallen", a production by The Red Feather Theater Co.
"The Red Feather Theater Company"
is a Ruidoso High School Drama Club company of students. "The Fallen" is written by Mercedes Espinosa, and musically scored by Jake McCaw. Both are students at Ruidoso High School. Performances are scheduled for: Friday, 10-29 at 7:00pm, Saturday 10-30 at 2:00pm and 7:00pm. Tickets are only $5.00, and include a walk through a "Haunted House" at the Ruidoso High School. Tickets are available at RHS (258-4910x239), Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce and Michelena's Italian Restaurant on Sudderth Drive in Ruidoso.   Hear the Interview

10-21-10   Guests: NM State Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones, Host, New Mexico Now Radio Show,
 
Jared Hamilton and Victor Contreras, of the New Mexico PAC Los Hispanos Unidos
Topic:
PAC receives threats over support of NM State Senator Dianna Duran, candidate for New Mexico Secretary of State.

 LHU Website     Hear Seg #1     Hear Seg #2

 You Tube Videos: Video #1  Voter Fraud Videos
 

 

10-20-10   Guest: Dr. Clayton Allred, President of ENMU-Ruidoso - Bond "B"  Hear It

10-18-10   Guest:  Lisa Maui, ENMU-Ruidoso, Film Industry & Job Fair   Hear It

10-15-10   Guest: Kathryn Minter, Lincoln County Commission Candidate   Hear It
Topics: 2010 November Election Ballot - Candidates & Issues
Analysis - Arguments For & Against NM Constitutional Amendments  PDF

New Mexico 2010 Election Sample Ballot - Click Here
(Be sure to click on your voting precinct)

Hear the Interview:  Click Here   

10-14-10  Guests: Patty DeSoto, Lincoln County Transit Manager, and Charles Rutkowski, Assistant Director, CTAA  Website   
Topic: Public - Rural Transportation, Needs, Funding and More.  Hear It

 

10-13-10   Guest: NM State Senator Dianna Duran, Candidate for NM Secretary of State
  Hear the Interview   Dianna Duran's Website 
Sen. Dianna Duran

Interview of June 23rd, 2010:  Sen. Dianna Duran

"We must not only have an efficient and dependable election system, we must have a voting process that New Mexicans believe is sound, fair and honest."  -- NM State Senator Dianna Duran


Grindstone Dam weakness exposed - Village Manager Comments    Hear It
Ruidoso News - Story by Dianne Stallings
 (Ruidoso, NM) Engineer John Lommler, Grindstone Dam engineer: "Stabilization of Grindstone Dam could cost up to $3 million."  Core samples confirm the presence of poorly cemented material in several zones of Grindstone Dam, one of the first roller compacted cement dams in New Mexico. Read the story

10-12-10     Guest: Ben L. Hall, Candidate for NM Public Regulations Commission, Dist #5  
"Every citizen has the right to expect that their interest will be protected by their elected officials. I intend to uphold that right. I believe my experience in the business community and as a former elected official of county and state governments qualifies me to be your next Public Regulation Commissioner."
-- Ben Hall,
Candidate for PRC, District 5

Ben's Website:  Click Here           Hear the Interview
 


10-8-10        Guest: Jim Schoonover, Candidate for New Mexico State Treasurer  Hear It
 Jim D. Schoonover, Clerk/Administrator of the Village of Hatch, and former Dona Ana County Treasurer, announced that he is seeking the Republican nomination for State Treasurer. “My decision to run for State Treasurer is from a desire to bring conservative principals to state government. My first priority as State Treasurer is to work for the people of New Mexico to save our financial
                            future.”  Website: Click Here    Hear the Interview

10-7-10    Guest: Bill McCamley, Candidate for NM Public Regulations Commission
FORMER DONA ANA COUNTY COMMISSIONER BILL McCAMLEY DECLARES FOR PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION  (Las Cruces)- Bill McCamley today declared his intention to run for the PRC seat being vacated by Sandy Jones.   “Ethics, health care, energy and economic development will be my focus and my mission on the commission,” McCamley said. “We need a new era of ethical leadership with leaders who are focused on putting people ahead of special interests and narrow agendas.”     Website  Two Cents: PRC reform starts with ethics    Hear the Interview
 

10-6-10   Guests: Pat Garrett, Beverly McFarland and Jim Pawlak, Library Bond "B"  Hear It
(L-R: Pat Garrett - Capitan Library, Beverly McFarland - Ruidoso Public Library, and Jim Pawlak - ENMU-Ruidoso Library)   Hear It

 Topic: "Bond B" - KRQE News Report - More   Hear It

 Voters will decide on bonds, amendments

 

10-5-10  Guest:  Catherine Engelbrecht, Co-founder of "True the Vote"  Hear It
  When Catherine Engelbrecht and her friends sat down and started talking politics several years ago, they soon agreed that talking wasn’t enough.
They wanted to do more. So when the 2008 election came around, “about 50” of her friends volunteered to work at Houston’s polling places.

 “What we saw shocked us,” she said. “There was no one checking IDs, judges would vote for people that asked for help. It was fraud, and we watched like deer in the headlights.” Their shared experience, she says, created “True the Vote,” a citizen-based grassroots organization that began collecting publicly available voting data to prove that what they saw in their day at the polls was, indeed, happening -- and that it was happening everywhere. More   Website


10-1-10        Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones, Host - New Mexico Now Talk Show  Hear It

  Topics: Elections, Voter Apathy, Candidates, Voter Registration

  New Mexico Now Radio Network - KIVA-AM 1550   Click Here

 

10-1-10        Guest:  Coda Omness, ENMU-Ruidoso - Scholarship Golf Fundraiser  Hear It
 
9-30-10        Guests:  Barbara Whipple and Nancy LaPointe, Counselors
Ruidoso Counseling and Mediation Services.   Hear It

Topics: Community Health Forum, Saturday 10-9-2010, 9a - Noon
Where: Gateway Church of Christ, 415 Sudderth Dr. Call (575) 258-8605
 Topics: Kids, Health, Additions, Relationships and Empowerment.


9-28-10   Guest: Dr. Cynthia Orozco, Professor, ENMU-Ruidoso   Hear It
Topics: Lincoln County History, Lincoln County War, Fort Stanton,
Billy the Kid & New Mexico Movie History, ENMU History Classes  ENMU Website

 Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso:  Click Here


9-22-10   Guest: Kathryn Minter, Candidate for Lincoln County Commission.  Comments on the GRT election.  Hear It

9-2-10    Commentary: "Taxes are coming in waves."  A look ahead at 2011.  Hear It

9-17-10   Commentary:  #1 Constitution Day   #2  POW/MIA Day  #3  Lincoln County Transit

9-16-10  Guest: Ken Nosker, Valley Rancher, former County Commissioner  Hear It

 Ken and Harvey discuss early Lincoln County, Ken's childhood, Ken's service during WWII as an Army-Air Force Pilot, and they discuss how Ken helped start Ruidoso's first airport, as well as accomplishments while on the Lincoln County Commission.

(Picture: Ken in KEDU's "Studio B")


9-15-10  Guest: Paula Voss, Ruidoso Special Olympics - Gifted Athletes  Hear It
Ruidoso Special Olympics needs your help today. 258-0001
For contributions: Ruidoso Special Olympics, PO Box 1395, Alto, NM 88312


 Hear the Interview: Click Here



9-14-10  Guests: Curtis Williamson, Schlotsky's, and George Romero, The Rocks Boxing Club
"A More Betta Fundraiser" for "The Rocks Boxing Club," at First Baptist Church of Ruidoso Downs. Hear It

 

9-14-10  Guest: Tony Seno, Candidate for Lincoln County Magistrate Judge, Division I
"Harvey T." interviews candidate, Tony Seno. Seno is running as an
Independent candidate, for Magistrate Judge in Division I. Seno discusses
his qualifications and beliefs.   Hear the Interview

 

 


9-10-10  Guest: Det. Michael Valentin, NYPD, Ret. Co-Founder, 9/11 Police Aid Foundation  
Michael and Harvey discuss the current mission of the 911 Police Aid Foundation. The discussion also covers recent legislative efforts on behalf of the many heroes that worked at the WTC sites.     
Hear It
Please support our heroes. 
Click Here

 

8-30-10  Guest: Misty Hightower, Kindergarten Teacher - Nob Hill School     Hear It
Topic:  Nob Hill School - 2010 Spirit Award Finalist
 Our chance to help Nob Hill School to win a $5,000 grant from Windstream Communications has
fallen short. Nob Hill fell to 11th place in the voting, thus eliminating the school from the
"Top Ten" and subsequently losing the chance to win one of the $5,000 grants from Windstream.
 Please click on the link below to hear the message from Misty Hightower. Hear It
 

  Vote for Nob Hill: Click Here 

  See the Video: Click Here

 

8-27-10  Guest:  Dr. Guy Clark, DDS., Chairman - "Stop Predatory Gambling Foundation
"Stop Predatory Gambling Foundation compiles information on the adverse personal, social, economic and public health impacts of gambling and disseminates it to citizens and policy-makers at the local, state and national levels."   More

Hear the Interview

Gambling and Political Corruption



 

8-24-10  Guest: Stacy Sanders, Director of the Elder Economic Security Initiative (Initiative) at Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW). Through the Initiative, WOW works with state- and community-based organizations across the country, including the New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department, to promote the use of an economic security framework and tools in senior programs and policies. 
 Hear It 

 

 8-27-10    Guest: Marty Racine, Editor, The Ruidoso News - Hear It
Marty discusses current stories and future coverage of the GRT Special
Election on the Business Retention Tax election to support the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino.On Track - Part 1      On Track: Part 2   Hear It

                            A Complicated Life

 

 

8-24-10  Guest: Stacy Sanders, Director of the Elder Economic Security Initiative (Initiative) at Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW). Through the Initiative, WOW works with state- and community-based organizations across the country, including the New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department, to promote the use of an economic security framework and tools in senior programs and policies.  Hear It 
 

 

8-6-10    Guest: Bill McCamley, Candidate for NM Public Regulations Commission
FORMER DONA ANA COUNTY COMMISSIONER BILL McCAMLEY DECLARES FOR PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION
 (Las Cruces)- Bill McCamley today declared his intention to run for the Public Regulation Commission seat being vacated by Sandy Jones.
“Ethics, health care, energy and economic development will be my focus and my mission on the commission,” McCamley said. “We need a new era of ethical leadership with leaders who are focused on putting people ahead of special interests and narrow agendas.” 
Website
  Two Cents: PRC reform starts with ethics    Hear the Interview

8-4-10    Guest: Marty Racine, Editor, The Ruidoso News - Hear It
Marty discusses current stories and future coverage of the GRT Special
Election on the Business Retention Tax election to support the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino.

On Track - Part 1      Hear It

 Political Action Committee Funds Track Telephone Survey

Tribe Never Asked For Tax Breaks For Gaming - Letter

8-3-10       Guest: Rhonda Burrows, Lincoln County Clerk  - Hear It
2010 Special Election Business Retention Gross Receipts Tax
 Lincoln County will conduct a Special Election on September 21, 2010 through an all –mailed ballot in accordance with the Mail Ballot Election Act (NMSA 1-23-1 et seq., 1978). The Voter Registration Books Close on August 24, 2010 at 5:00 PM. The County Clerk will mail out the ballots for this Election between September 1 and September 3, 2010. A precinct board will be appointed by the County Clerk and will convene, as stated in the proclamation, to tally the results. As a reminder, the return envelope must be signed by the voter for the ballot to be counted. Voted ballots must be received by the County Clerk no later than 7:00 PM on September 21, 2010. Hear the Interview     Lincoln County Website

7-30-10   Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones, NM State Representative and Talk Show Host
Janice Arnold–Jones is a four-term legislator from Albuquerque and recent republican candidate for governor.  She is an Albuquerque radio talk-show host, business woman, soccer coach, and is affectionately known as “Lady Sunlight” for her effort to kick open the doors of political darkness in Santa Fe.  Hear It    More

7-30-10    Guest: Matt Chandler, Distract Attorney and NM Attorney General Candidate
Matt discusses the issues at hand. He also talks about his visit to the Mexican border, and his meetings with farmers and ranchers there.  Hear It

Matt Chandler, NM Attorney General Candidate


 


7-22-10  Guests: Dakota Livesay, Bill O'Neal, Jim Dunham, Drew Gomber and author, Frederick Nolan
2010 WWHA Roundup - Ruidoso , New Mexico  More
Wild West History Association Roundup- Inn of the Mountain Gods,
July 19-22, 2010.  See: www.innofthemountaingods.com.

Click on a name below to hear the interview.

Dakota Livesay, Bill O'Neal, Jim Dunham, Drew Gomber  and author, Frederick Nolan 
We have an outstanding lineup of authors and historians on Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War. The Round-Up will be OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tuesday afternoon (July 20) beginning at 1:30 pm., after the Awards Luncheon, and all afternoon and evening, including the "Evening with Fred Nolan."  More  

  

7-21-10 - Guest: Marty Racine, Editor , Ruidoso News   Hear It
Marty discusses Tuesday's vote on a special election approved by the Lincoln County Commission.   Hear It    Ruidoso News
Hear the Lincoln County Commission's Public Hearing on the GRT
for the "Business Retention Tax" designed for the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino.  Part One       Part Two

7-16-10  Guest: Karen Holliday Tanner - Wild West Historical Association  Hear It
2010 WWHA Roundup - Ruidoso , New Mexico  More
Wild West History Association Roundup- Inn of the Mountain Gods,
July 19-22, 2010.  See: www.innofthemountaingods.com.
 
We have an outstanding lineup of authors and historians on Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War. The Round-Up will be OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tuesday afternoon (July 20) beginning at 1:30 pm., after the Awards Luncheon, and all afternoon and evening, including the "Evening with Fred Nolan."  More

7-15-10  Guest: Sheriff Richard Mack - America's Sheriff   Hear It
Sheriff Mack
lectures and gives seminars on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, states' rights and the farce, otherwise known as "the drug war," and the oath of office.  Hear the Interview   Website   Books   Events
(Picture Sheriff Mack) 
(Picture: Luci & Jimmy Mack in Studio B at KEDU Radio)

Luci Mack's Speech at the Lincoln County Tea Party: Hear It

 

7-9-10  Guest:  Anne Wilson Twite ("Annie T.), Lead Faculty - ENMU Ruidoso, Columnist
Lead Faculty - Distance Learning - Online, Writer - Ruidoso Free Press
Anne is one of the very first set of students to receive a Master's Degree from ENMU-Ruidoso. Topics: Anne's career as an aerospace engineer, Army-Brat, student, teacher and Mother.  Discussed the WWHA 2010 Conference to be held in Ruidoso at the Inn of the Mountain Gods.  Details     Hear It

ENMU Ruidoso    Email Anne  Hear the Interview

7-7-10              Guests:  Jamie Estes hosts. Guest:  Bryan Melvin, Author
 
A Land Unknown: Hell’s Dominion 
  Bryan Melvin
contracted Cholera by drinking contaminated water in Tucson Arizona. For about 4 hours the atheist Bryan was gone from his earthly body; first to stand in front of Jesus, and then to a nightmarish world, a place of horrors, doom, despair, unending nightmares and ugly ghoulish creatures.

More
 

6-23-10            Guests: New Mexico Republican Candidates Road Tour    More
Matt Rush - Candidate for NM Land Commissioner, Matt Chandler, NM Attorney General Candidate, Dianna Duran for NM Secretary of State, Ned Fuller for NM Court of Appeals
 

"Harvey T." welcomes a line-up of
New Mexico Republican Candidates to the
"Morning Show." Please take a moment to hear
their stories, position on issues, and why they
want to serve the People of New Mexico.

Click on the names below to hear the interviews.
 

1. Matt Rush    2. Matt Chandler    3. Sen. Dianna Duran    4. Ned Fuller
 

6-21-10            Guest: Jill Russo Foster, Author and Financial Expert   Hear It
Cash, Credit, and Your Finances: The Teen Years
Jill Russo Foster, author of Cash, Credit, and Your Finances: The Teen Years, is a speaker and coach. Using real world examples and her knowledge of the credit and loan industries, she offers information and advice that can be immediately put into action. Her website is:  Click Here www.CashCreditandYourFinances.com.    Hear the interview

 

6-17-10            Guest: "Harvey T." provides commentary and frustration on the current situation
on the war against border violence and drug cartels that have reportedly breached the
Arizona-United States' southern border.     Hear It         

Arizona Warns Residents    Texas Sheriff: "Arm Yourselves"

HOMELAND INSECURITY    A message from Sheriff Babeu: Click Here
 

6-17-10          Guest: Jack Swickard, President & Founder of 575 magazine.Com
Topic: News and events in the 575 Area Code.
(Retired) U.S. Army Chopper Pilot, Archives, Vietnam Rescue Mission - Hear It (Archive)
JACK M. SWICKARD was a newspaper reporter, editor and general manager for 32 years, taking time out for 4 years to fly helicopters in the U.S. Army.

Visit 575 Magazine.Com          Hear It
 

 

6-11-10           Guests: Harvey & Neal Jones discuss the day's events.  Hear It   Website
Kairos Mission Statement        Kairos Website
The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to bring Christ's love and forgiveness to all incarcerated individuals, their families and those who work with them, and to assist in the transition of becoming a productive citizen.

 Hear the Morning Show interview:  Click Here
 

6-10-10           Guests: Pastor Vernon & Marci Brinkley  - Hear It
 
Monday's search-and-rescue search has a happy ending - Read It

(Ruidoso, NM)  A retired 71-year-old pastor, who was the focus of a Monday afternoon search and rescue in the mountains northwest of Ruidoso, walked out fine on his own.  Ruidoso News Story     Hear It
 

6-10-10         Guest: Lori Wetzel, Volunteer, Kairos Outside International - Hear It

6-9-10             Guest: Prof. Dee Gragg - Professor, NMSU-Alamogordo,   Hear It
Dee Gragg has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is a licensed, Registered Professional Engineer. By far his most important expertise is his rank as a Field Investigator for Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Mr. Gragg has also done extensive crop circle research. His five published technical papers on crop circles have focused on decoding musical notes from the crop circles. He is the international authority in this specialty.

New Book: A Simple Explanation of Extraterrestrials (ETs) 
Hear It
By Dee Gragg
Paperback: $12.95

 

6-8-10             Guest: Lisa Maui, ENMU-Ruidoso Continuing Education
Topics:
Summer classes being offered at ENMU-Ruidoso. Hear It

Eastern New Mexico University
Ruidoso Branch Community College
709 Mechem Drive
Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone - 575-257-2120  Fax - 575-257-9409
Toll Free 1-800-934-3668  Hear It

6-3-2010             Guest: David Danner, Creator of Sgt. Dog Tags - The Radio Show
Picture: L-R Vivian Wilson-Kind (Private Shoe Strings, David Danner)
Topics: Danner offers some background on how the show was created.
Harvey talks about some of the production, guests and future possibilities of syndicating the radio show sometime in the future.  Hear It

5-28-10           Harvey: Hear the news and commentary of the day.  Hear It

5-28-10           Guest: New Mexico State Sen. Kent Cravens - Lt. Governor Candidate.
 
YouTube Twitter Facebook  Hear It
Kent Cravens got involved in politics by working on the campaigns of his mother in law, former State Representative Marty Lambert. Kent worked for other local candidates over the years, eventually serving as First Vice-Chair for the Bernalillo County Republican Party. In 2009 Kent received the Republican Official of the Year Award, honoring his service and hard work for the Party. Kent's website

5-28-10            Guest: Doug Turner, Republican Candidate for New Mexico Governor
Mr. Turner owns a media-public policy business and was part of the Gov. Gary Johnson administration.  Topics: Ethics, Education, State Investments, Fiscal Responsibility  

Turner for Governor Website    Facebook       Hear It

 

5-25-10        Guest: Chuck Tyler, NM State Director - Operation Free Renewable Energy
Regional Field Director, Truman National Security Project   Hear It
Chuck and Harvey discuss the 2010 Lincoln County Renewable Energy Conference, in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Operation Free.Net

Website:  Click Here

5-24-10               Guest: Former Rep. Brian Moore, Candidate for NM Lt. Governor
Topics: Brian talks about his roots and his family. Past legislative experience, Integrity, Education, Ethics, Jobs and the need for fiscal responsibility.  Brian also discusses his beliefs in protecting New Mexico families. Hear It
Brian Moore's Website:  Click Here
Picture: Brian & Linda Moore in Ruidoso at KEDU Radio. (Click to enlarge)
 

5-18-10        Guests: Dr. Jim Miller (ENMU), and Sandi Aguilar, Exec. Dir. - RVCC,
 Topic: Renewable Energy in New Mexico, 2010 Lincoln County Conference
Ruidoso Convention Center, Tuesday, May 25, 2010  Website: Click Here

Renewable, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, New Job Training Seminar and more.
Vendors welcome. Don't miss this conference.   
Hear It

For more information: Click Here         Ruidoso Chamber

5-18-10        Guest: Victor Montes, Director, Community Youth Center Warehouse
                       Topic:
Summer Food Program, Summer Youth Program      Hear It

5-14-10        Guest:  Dakota Livesay, Radio Host/Founder, Chronicle of the Old West
"Welcome to the Old West!"
Dakota Livesay hosts a daily radio sow with over 200 radio stations across North America. He also publishes "The Chronicle of the Old West Newspaper."  Website      Hear It

   


 

5-13-10               Guest: Doug Turner, Republican Candidate for New Mexico Governor
Mr. Turner owns a media-public policy business and was part of the Gov. Gary Johnson administration.  Topics: Ethics, Education, State Investments, Fiscal Responsibility  

Turner for Governor Website    Facebook       Hear It

 

5-13-10            Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones (R-Albuquerque) - Hear It
Rep. Arnold-Jones discusses her role in the New Mexico Legislature.
Topics: New Tax Laws, Education, Ethics, Experience in State Government, State Investment Council, Pay to Play.      Website
     


 

5-10-10            "Harvey T."  takes a look at the candidates running for New Mexico Lt. Governor, with
                     a review of the questionnaire from the Albuquerque Journal Staff.  Hear It

Thieves Steal Mojave Desert Memorial Cross in Nighttime Heist   More
(Mojave Desert, CA.) -
The 7-foot-tall metal cross in a 75-year-old war memorial that withstood the heat of the Mojave Desert and a blazing battle in the Supreme Court over its legality was ripped down and stolen Sunday night, according to federal officials     Fox News Story

 More News


 

 

"In The Lord's Hands" as Ruidoso Judge Mike Line Passes
Popular  Magistrate Judge Loses Battle With Cancer - Community Mourns Loss
(KEDU Radio)
Ruidoso, NM. -
Longtime resident, attorney and Ruidoso Magistrate Judge, Michael S. Line, lost a long-time battle with cancer Thursday morning. According to sources, Judge Line passed just as over 1,300 Lincoln County Prayer Breakfast attendees were praying for him. LCPB Chairman R.B. Holmes had asked the crowd to offer prayers for Judge Line and his family. Holmes said "his journey's end is close at hand." You could hear the many emotions erupt in the crowd during a moment of silence. It was a powerful and fitting close to the morning as the annual prayer celebration came to an end.

Lat month, Line withdrew from running for office again, citing health reasons. Both he and his wife have experienced serious health concerns in the past several years. Line was diagnosed with a form of breast cancer.

Arrangements are being made and will be announced soon. Please keep the Line family in your prayers.
(Picture by Harv Twite - Mike Line at KEDU's Studio B)

Hear a recent interview with Mike on KEDU Radio: Hear It

Paying a tribute to the multifaceted Mike Line - Read It
Lyn Kidder For the Ruidoso News
Posted: 04/27/2010 06:34:53 PM MDT


                    Judge Michael S. Line

5-4-10               Guests: Ruidoso Mayor Ray Alborn, Ruidoso Police Chief Joe McGill - Hear It
Both men are newly positioned in their jobs. We enjoy a candid discussion of the future of Ruidoso, including Community Officers on bicycles, equipment needs, grants and career training and development. Mayor Alborn comments on some of his administration goals, as well.  Hear It

Ruidoso Village Website

Ruidoso Police Department

Hear the Interview

 


(Picture by Harv Twite - KEDU Radio.  L-R: Police Chief Joe McGill, Ruidoso Mayor Ray Alborn in "Studio B.")

5-3-10              Guest: Kathryn Minter, Candidate for Lincoln County Commissioner (District-4)
Topics:
Ms. Minter covers an array of issues she feels that are critical to the residents of Lincoln County, including: Prioritizing the needs for the county by commissioners, making communication a two-way function with residents. Other issues include: Taxes, Schools, Roads and more.

Website: Click Here    Hear It

 

4-30-10               Guest: Former Rep. Brian Moore, Candidate for NM Lt. Governor
Topics: Brian talks about his roots and his family. Past legislative experience, Integrity, Education, Ethics, Jobs and the need for fiscal responsibility.  Brian also discusses his
beliefs in protecting New Mexico families. Hear It
Brian Moore's Website:  Click Here
Picture: Brian & Linda Moore in Ruidoso at KEDU Radio. (Click to enlarge)


4-30-10                      Guest: Stan Israel, Sierra Blanca Computing

.Topic: Free Basic Computer Classes at the Ruidoso Public Library,
Saturday, May 1, 2010. 2:00pm. Call for a reservation: (575) 973-4570

Hear It


4-29-10               Guest: Rep. Dennis Kintigh (R-District 57), NM State Representative
Topics: State of the State, Film Subsidies, State Investment Council,
Retirement Fund Loss Lawsuits and what he sees for the future. Also,
Rep. Kintigh states who he has endorsed for Governor of New Mexico.


Hear It       Rep. Dennis Kintigh's Website: Click Here
 

4-27-10               Guests: Dr. Jim Miller (ENMU), and Sandi Aguilar, Exec. Dir. - RVCC,
 Topic: Renewable Energy in New Mexico, 2010 Lincoln County Conference
Ruidoso Convention Center, Tuesday, May 25, 2010  Website: Click Here

Renewable, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, New Job Training Seminar and more. Vendors welcome. Don't miss this conference.

For more information: Click Here      Hear It    Ruidoso Chamber

4-26-10               Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones (R-Albuquerque) - Hear It
Rep. Arnold-Jones discusses her role in the New Mexico Legislature.
Topics: New tax laws, food tax, education, State Investment Council lawsuits, what to expect in 2011, and how she would lead as the next Governor of New Mexico. She also talks about why she wants to be Governor, and what her vision
for New Mexico's future is.       Website 
(Picture with husband, John Jones.)

 4-19-10                        Guest: Dr. Ray Seidel, General Physician, Constitutionalist and Community Activist
Topics: Second Amendment Rally in Alexandria, Virginia. The U.S. Constitution and State
Sovereignty.   Hear It    Gun Owners of America

Links: The Federal Register - Executive Order Archives   National Archives

 

4-19-10             Guest: Jon Crunk, Ruidoso Insurance Agent - Flood Insurance Alert
  A local insurance agent is sounding the alarm over flood insurance and
and flood surveying in Lincoln County. Crunk says get your flood insurance now
or risk paying 10 times as much in the next three months.  Hear It

 



If you missed the Tea Party at Wingfield Park in Ruidoso, on Thursday, April 15th, visit the links below.   
More
 
Hear the Interview

Roger Hedgecock Interview

Luci Mack Speech

 


4-15-10             Guest: Sheriff Richard Mack, Lucy & Jimmy Mack on KEDU Radio.   Hear It
Sheriff Mack
lectures and gives seminars on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, states' rights and the farce, otherwise known as "the drug war," and the oath of office.  Hear the Interview   Website   Books   Events
(Picture L-R: Charlton Hesston and Sheriff Mack) 
(Picture: Luci & Jimmy Mack in Studio B at KEDU Radio)

Luci Mack's Speech at the Lincoln County Tea Party: Hear It

 

4-9-10               Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones (R-Albuquerque) - Hear It
Rep. Arnold-Jones discusses her role in the New Mexico Legislature.
Topics: New tax laws, food tax, education, State Investment Council lawsuits, what to expect in 2011, and how she would lead as the next Governor of New Mexico. She also talks about why she wants to be Governor, and what her vision
for New Mexico's future is.       Website 


 

4-8-10               Guest: Former Congressman Bill Redmond (R-NM)  Hear It
Topics: Christian Voters Responsibility, History Lessons, HB-183 - Domestic Partnership,
 and other bills that were are will be re-introduced in the New Mexico Legislature.
•    A loss of free speech for ordinary citizens
•    A loss of religious liberty to oppose anti-biblical precepts
•    Forced same-sex education school curricula

Discussion about President James Garfield 
More
The Traditional Values Action Committee-NM : www.tvacnm.com

4-2-10                Guest: Dr. Ray Seidel, General Physician, Constitutionalist and Community Activist
Topics: Health Care Legislation, The U.S. Constitution and State
Sovereignty.

Links: The Federal Register - Executive Order Archives   National Archives

Hear It

4-1-10                Guest: Jack Swickard, Founder/CEO of 575 Magazine.Com, U.S. Army Chopper Pilot
Topics:
Chopper Pilot Archives, Vietnam Rescue Mission - Hear It
JACK M. SWICKARD was a newspaper reporter, editor and general manager for 32 years, taking time out for 4 years to fly helicopters in the U.S. Army.

Visit 575 Magazine.Com          Hear It



 

3-29-10               Guest: Rep. Keith Gardner (R-Roswell - District 66)  Hear It
Topics: "The State of the State," "Cap & Trade", and an array is
issues ranging from oil and gas legislation to GRT Taxes and the
current administration in Sante Fe.

Rep. Gardner's Website  Click Here

Email Rep. Keith Gardner: Click Here

 

3-26-10               Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones (R-Albuquerque) - Hear It
Rep. Arnold-Jones discusses her role in the New Mexico Legislature.
Topics: New tax laws, food tax, education, State Investment Council lawsuits, what to expect in 2011, and how she would lead as the next Governor of New Mexico. She also talks about why she wants to be Governor, and what her vision

for New Mexico's future is.       Website 
 


 

3-25-10            Guests: Coach Brad McCoy, Guest Speaker of the 2010 Lincoln County Prayer  Hear It
Breakfast, father of Colt McCoy, and Jerry Severson, from the LINCO Prayer Breakfast.
  News Story:
"McCoy, who coached the Graham Steers for five seasons and led the 2009 team to Class 3A Division II finals, will remain at Graham through the process of hiring his replacement, which he hopes will be concluded by March 1, when he begins his new job.  “This new opportunity will allow me to travel across the nation and have a big influence on coaches,” he said. “I’ll be coaching coaches who can touch the lives of their own 135 kids, so this will allow me to have an impact on more lives than ever before.” Based in College Station, the Flippen Group has outlets in 40 states and has worked with Fortune 500 companies, NASCAR teams, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the New York Yankees.   National Day of Prayer  NDP Page on KEDU
 

3-24-10            Guest: Susan Dale, Writer - Human Events         Hear It Now
Susan Dale is a writer and former George Washington historic interpreter. She currently is a financial adviser and  can be reached at:
                                        
SusanDaleInvests@yahoo.com

3-23-10             Guest: Dr. Alan Stoddard, Pastor - First Baptist Church   Hear It
Alan joins Harvey on the "Morning Show."

Visit the FBC Website: Click Here

Connect with Dr. Stoddard via Facebook.

 

3-23-10          Guest: Steve Terrell, Reporter, Santa Fe New Mexican/Roundhouse Blog
Topics: Gov. Richardson on a possible veto of a food tax.
Discussion of additional stories from Sante Fe.  Hear It

 

3-22-10             Guest: Former Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM) on "The Morning Show" 7:40am, Monday
Former New Mexico Congressman Steve Pearce  - Website
Join us for a candid discussion of the issues facing New Mexico, and America as a whole. Congressman Pearce discusses state and regional issues on the nation's economy, "Cap and Trade," medical reform and taxes.  Listen to the interview now:  Click Here

More information: Click Here

Email Steve Pearce: Click Here        


3-10-10             Guest: Dave Shultz, Writer, Professional Photographer, Webmaster
Topic: Dave was on site in Santiago, Chile, when this year's earthquake too place. Dave discusses the events that took place during and after the earthquake, including traveling over the Andes Mountains
to leave Chile via Argentina.
  Dave's website with pictures.

       Hear It    Tierra Atacama, Chile, Article


3-8-10               Guest: Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones (R-Albuquerque) - Hear It
Rep. Arnold-Jones discusses her role in the New Mexico Legislature.
She also talks about why she wants to be Governor, and what her vision

for New Mexico's future is.   

Website

 

3-5-10               Guest: Doug Turner, Republican Candidate for New Mexico Governor
Mr. Turner is a New Mexico Native. He owns a media-public policy business. 

Turner for Governor Website

Hear It


3-4-10               Guest: Steve Terrell, Reporter, Santa Fe New Mexican/Roundhouse Blog
Topics: Gov. Richardson leaving for a
CEO position with the Motion Picture Association of America, Legislature and a state of the state update.  Hear It



3-4-10                Guest: Jack Swickard, Founder/CEO of 575 Magazine.Com, U.S. Army
Topics:
Chopper Pilot Archives, Vietnam Rescue Mission - Hear It
JACK M. SWICKARD was a newspaper reporter, editor and general manager for 32 years, taking time out for 4 years to fly helicopters in the U.S. Army.
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 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star Medal, 23 awards of The Air Medal, 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, Fort Hood, Texas.

 

3-3-10                Guests: Glynis Racine and Sally Moore - Lincoln County Tea Party Patriots
Gubernatorial Debate - Saturday, 12-3pm on March 6th, Alto Lakes Country Club Pavilion
Topics:
New Mexico Governor Race, State Issues,
The NM Legislature, National Tea Party Movement

Hear the Interview   Website: Click Here

 

Alborn Wins Ruidoso Mayor's Race - Ruidoso News
Alborn Wins - Full Story    Hear It
The mood was already festive at Cree Meadows Country Club as mayor-to be Ray Alborn and his supporters gathered before an election night celebration.
Picture by (Dianne Stallings/Ruidoso News)

Hear the interview with Mayor-elect Alborn: Click Here

Downs council is unchanged

Capitan: Hammons re-elected

 

KEDU Radio will air the Ruidoso Downs Candidate Forum on Monday, March 1st, at 6:05pm.  Hear It Now
Note: It may take your computer several minutes to download this rather large
          audio file. Please be patient. Thank you.

Ruidoso Candidates' Forum: Hear the audio and listen to the candidates running for mayor,
council and judge in the Village of Ruidoso.
Recorded at the Ruidoso Convention Center on
Tuesday night, Feb 16,  6-8:30pm.  Click Here
 

3-1-10                 Guest: Ed Hazlett, Fountaingate Children's Home
Ed discusses the mission of Fountaingate., and the upcoming Children
and Teen Talent Contest.  Click here for more information: Click Here

 Hear It


 

2-26-10               Guest: Don Williams, Ruidoso Village Councilor, Lincoln County
Commissioner, and candidate for Ruidoso Mayor. Don has been on the Ruidoso council
for six years.
Hear It

 

2-25-10               Guest: Denise Dean, Candidate for Ruidoso Village Council.
Denise and husband, Gary, were the former owners of Ruidoso Office Supply.

Hear It
 
 

 

2-25-10            Guest: Gloria Sayers, Candidate for Ruidoso Village Council.
She discusses her platform and issues that concern her..
 

Hear It



 

2-25-10           Guest:  Sunny Aris - 575 Magazine.Com Update  Hear It


 


2-24-10              Guest: Don Dutton, Attorney, and candidate for Ruidoso Village Council.
Jamie Estes has a candid conversation with Don on the issues.

Hear It


 

2-23-10           Guest: Tommy Hood, Ruidoso Downs Councilman, running for re-election.
Mr. Hood is also the manager of the Ruidoso Downs Senior Center.

Hear It




2-23-10           Guest:
Joe Blaney, Candidate for Ruidoso Downs City Council
 
Joe is also a local appliance repairman and community activist.

Hear It

 

 

2-22-10           Guest: Rifle Salas, Ruidoso Village Candidate
Rafael Salas discusses why he wants to again serve the Village of Ruidoso, as a village councilman. Salas if the former Ruidoso Parks & Recreation head.

Hear It       Forum

 

2-18-10           Guest: Jim Stoddard, Ruidoso Village Councilman and candidate.
Stoddard discusses why he wants to serve Ruidoso for another term.
Topics: Budget, Water, Ruidoso Downs Racetrack, Upper Canyon Fire Escape,
           Wastewater Treatment Plant, Planning & Zoning, ETZ and more.

Hear It

 

2-18-10             Guest: Former Congressman Bill Redmond (R-NM)  Hear It
Topics: "Thank You Ruidoso-Lincoln County," HB-183 - Domestic Partnership and other bills that failed in  the New Mexico Legislature.

The Traditional Values Action Committee-NM : www.tvacnm.com

 


2-16-10           Guest: Ray Alborn, President - Lincoln County Food Bank, and candidate for
Ruidoso Mayor.
Ray Alborn is also the former head football coach for Rice University.

 Hear It
 

2-16-10           Guest: Jerry Shaw, Ruidoso Mayoral Candidate, and former Mayor of Ruidoso.
Harvey and Ms. Shaw discuss Village issues, and why she wants to serve on
the Ruidoso Village Council. 

 Hear It

 

2-12-10             Guest: Guest: Richard L. Anklam,  President & Executive Director, New Mexico Tax
 Research
Institute.
The New Mexico Tax Research Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, member-supported organization dedicated to providing fact based principled research and analysis to the tax policy debate in New Mexico. 

 Hear It

 

2-9-10             Guest: Millie Woods, President of MAW 2010 (Military Appreciation Week in Ruidoso)
Millie discusses the MAW plans for 2010.

Audio File Corrupted. We are working on it.

 

2-9-10                Guest: Rachel Jones, Director of Sierra Blanca Christian Academy
Rachel discusses SBCA's needs for students and funding.
Contact Rachel: 575-630-0144  

Audio File Corrupted. We are working on it.

 

2-5-10               Guest: Former Congressman Bill Redmond (R-NM)  Hear It
Topics: HB-183 - Domestic Partnership and other bills being introduced in
 the New Mexico Legislature.

•    A loss of free speech for ordinary citizens
•    A loss of religious liberty to oppose anti-biblical precepts
•    Forced same-sex education school curricula
The Traditional Values Action Committee-NM : www.tvacnm.com

 

2-5-10               Guest: Fred Nathan - Founder, "Think New Mexico"
 
Fred Nathan is the Founder and Executive Director of Think New Mexico, a results oriented think tank serving the citizens of New Mexico. Think New Mexico is best known for its successful campaign to make full-day kindergarten accessible to every child in New Mexico. More
Topic: NM House  Bill 118 Hear the interview: Click Here

Think New Mexico's Pay to Play Reforms Receive Supportive Editorials
from the Santa Fe New Mexican, the Las Cruces Sun-News, the Truth or Consequences Herald and the Rio Grande Sun.

2-4-10            Guest: Sam Perelli, Locksmith and Candidate for Ruidoso Village Council  Hear It
Sam Perelli discusses the issues in Ruidoso, and why he wants to be on
the Village Council.  Hear It Now

 

01-28-10       Guest:  Steve Terrell - Reporter, Santa Fe New Mexican  Hear It

 
Visit Steve's Roundhouse Roundup


01-28-10       Guest: 
Sunny Aris - 575 Magazine.Com Update  Hear It


 

 

TV/Radio Tower Falls
TV Tower Collapses 
- (Alamogordo, NM)  A 100-foot radio tower located southeast
of  Alamogordo has collapsed, possibly due to high wind. The broadcast tower for KVBA-TV fell on Friday morning at a site located on Long's Ridge.
  More   Donate Now

1-27-10         Guest:  Joan Zagone, Ruidoso Mayoral Candidate   Hear It
Topics: Issues facing Ruidoso:
Comprehensive Plan, Ruidoso Downs Racetrack,
Police Chief Selection, Taxes, Village Staff,
Upper Canyon Escape Plan, General Vision

Contact Joan Zagone:  Email   Phone: 937-7175

Hear the Interview: Click Here

 

 

1-27-10         Guest:  Rep. Dianne Hamilton - (R-38), HB-97 - Hear It

Topic: Voter ID - HB-97, HB-123 Same Day Voter Registration

  REQUIRE VOTER ID & FREE ID CARDS

  SAME DAY VOTER REGISTRATION

 Rep. Hamilton's website: Click Here


1-26-10               Guest: Susanna Martinez, Republican Candidate for Governor    Hear it
KEDU's "Harvey T.", and Susanna Martinez, Dona Ana County District Attorney, and New Mexico gubernatorial candidate, had a chance to talk about the issues facing New Mexico.
Hear it             Susanna Martinez  for Governor Website

Susanna Martinez: On the Issues      Part 1     Part 2         Full Interview
Topics: Budget, Taxes, Jobs, Corruption, Education,
              Border Safety, Crime, Fiscal Responsibility,
              Voter I.D.

1-20-10         Guest: Former Congressman Bill Redmond (R-NM)  Hear It
Topics: Bills being introduced, history and education.
 
"Yesterday, in his State of the State message before the NM Legislature, Governor Richardson announced his full support for passing domestic partnership legislation. He proclaimed that is was time an end to such discrimination."  The governor didn’t articulate the MASS discrimination that will occur as a result of passing legislation protecting domestic partnership and same-sex marriage: (Short List)
•    A loss of free speech for ordinary citizens
•    A loss of religious liberty to oppose anti-biblical precepts
•    Forced same-sex education school curricula
The Traditional Values Action Committee-NM : www.tvacnm.com

1-22-10         Guest: Marty Racine, Editor, Ruidoso News - Commentary
1-22-10         Guest: Steve Terrell, Journalist/Reporter, Sante Fe New Mexican Newspaper

1-20-10         Guest: Former Congressman Bill Redmond (R-NM)  Hear It
 
Yesterday, in his State of the State message before the NM Legislature, Governor Richardson announced his full support for passing domestic partnership legislation. He proclaimed that is was time an end to such discrimination.  The governor didn’t articulate the MASS discrimination that will occur as a result of passing legislation protecting domestic partnership and same-sex marriage:
•    A loss of free speech for ordinary citizens
•    A loss of religious liberty to oppose anti-biblical precepts
•    Forced same-sex education school curricula
The Traditional Values Action Committee-NM : www.tvacnm.com

1-18-10             Guest: Mike Byrnes - ENMU-Ruidoso, Business Instructor & SBDC Representative
Topic: "Today's Entrepreneur" - Business 206
now being
offered at Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso.
  Hear the Interview.        Mike's Website: Click Here

Call ENMU-Ruidoso at (575) 257-2120


BUS 206 U
is a three credit course. This course is an introduction to the skills and personality traits needed to overcome the risks and efforts to start and operate a new business. Topics also covered include the structure of ownership, sources of capital and information, dealing with diversity and uncertainty, and the forces of changing social and economic conditions.

1-15-10        Guest: Rep. Zack Cook - (R) NM District 56
Join "Harvey T." and Rep. Zack Cook on the Morning Show at 8:05am!
Topics: NM budget crisis, taxes, voter fraud, Real ID and more.  Hear It

Guests: Victor Contreras and Jared Hamilton

Topic: NM Voter Fraud
Victor Contreras is founder of the PAC,
Los Hispanos Unidos.Org - Click Here


More      Hear It Now

 

 

1-14-10             Under Construction

1-13-10             Guest: Marty Racine, Editor, Ruidoso News. Comments on the day' stories.

1-12-10             Guest: 8:10am - Fred Nathan - Founder, "Think New Mexico"