Farmington, NM – A new Native American radio voice is coming to NW New Mexico. KSUT Southern Ute Tribal Radio will begin broadcasting in March from the south bluff in Farmington at FM 89.7 with a unique blend of local and national programming geared to Native Americans. The new Tribal Radio signal will reach many of the communities in NW New Mexico with a fresh new blend of programming that includes one of the nation’s only radio programs dedicated to traditional Native American music. KSUT Tribal Radio also carries news and information from Indian Country through national programs such
KSUT Public Radio is happy to present the KSUT 2012 Volunteer of the Year Award to Marcella Mosher for her dedicated service.
"It is a privilege to bestow the honor of Volunteer of the Year on Marcella Mosher. We simply could not do what we do without Marcella’s help and the support of our numerous volunteers,” said Bruce Campbell, KSUT Development Director.
Thank you to all who supported KSUT Public Radio during the Annual Membership Drive. Your financial support sustains the programming and keeps public broadcasting available to all in the Four Corners. Thank you!
Our 90.1 signal is currently off the air due to a power outage this afternoon on Missionary Ridge. We hope to have power restored soon... you can also tune in to 89.3 in Durango. Our apologies for the disruption of Sunday afternoon programming. Please bear with us.
This Spring marks the 15th year KSUT will send one lucky member and friend to the spectacular New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Click the youtube link below for this year's line-up, then pledge your support to KSUT for a chance to win this trip of a lifetime.
Tribal Radio returns to our programming roots with the VINTAGE VINYL SHOWCASE pulled from the archive shelf for your listening pleasure. This week's Featured Album is titled "12 Northern Cheyenne War Dance Songs" Recorded in Lame Deer, Montana. Sung by Phillip Whitman, John Whiteman, Burton Fisher & George Fisher and released on the Indian Records label located in Fay, Oklahoma. Originally played in the early 80's as part of KSUT Tribal Radio's programming.
Durango, CO – Patricia O’Brien is the new Executive Director for the Durango Area Tourism Office (DATO). Ms. O'Brien brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing, business development, and management.
By Gary Franchi Southwest Colorado Community College
Norm Jones has been named Dean of Pueblo Community College’s Southwest Colorado Community College. Jones will oversee the college’s operations in the Southwest region that includes course-offering sites in Durango, Mancos/Cortez and Pagosa Springs.
“We are pleased to have Norm join our team and look for great things to come for SCCC and our students under his leadership and direction,” said PCC President Patty Erjavec.
Jones most recently was Vice President for Enrollment and Athletics for Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, PA.