One lucky donor in KSUT's fall membership drive will receive win a trip for two to the Austin City Limits Music Festival, including a pair of festival passes, air travel from Durango, four nights lodging in Austin and festival schwag.
The greatest gift KSUT can give you the listener is less on-air fund raising and more on-air programming.
That is exactly what we are going to do! We know that it’s the great music, trusted news and quality public service programs that keeps you tuned to KSUT - the very same reasons you support Public Radio every year with a financial contribution.
Thanks for your patience with the intermittent audio drop outs on our Four Corners' signal in the last 24 hours. Please note, we will be temporarily off the air as we replace a defective piece of equipment this afternoon. We are cautiously optimistic this will resolve the problem - stay tuned!
Update, 7/30/13, 5:30 PM: Signal interference continues this evening, inconsistent and intermittent, but unfortunately still a problem. Apologies to our listeners, we are still trying to resolve.
Young Buffalo Horse, A New Beginning recorded live at the Cherokee Nation Holiday Powwow. This highly energetic group of young singers provides us with 17 individual tracks of Northern Style songs. Members represented the Ojibwe Cree, Lakota, Dakota and Sac & Fox Nations. Join us Friday, August 2, 2013 at noon for the Friday Featured CD.
It’s been said that the musicians of New Orleans are all members of one gigantic band that breaks up into smaller groups on a nightly basis. If this were really the case, The New Orleans Suspects would be in a class all their own. The group is comprised of musicians with experience and versatility that rival any other band the city has ever produced.
The fun and funky Lipbone Redding will join us in-studio Friday morning (7/19) at 11:30 for some percussive vocal antics. He's performing a benefit show for the Daniel Finn Memorial Scholarship Fund with the Stillwater Foundation at Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center in Ignacio Friday afternoon.
DURANGO – Due to the arrival of monsoonal weather patterns and lowering of fire danger, the San Juan National Forest will eliminate fire restrictions at higher elevations, and ease fire restrictions at lower and middle elevations on Wednesday, July 17, 2013. Fire managers have determined that lower and middle elevations remain dry and potentially flammable, while higher elevations have received enough moisture to significantly reduce fire danger.
DURANGO – July 15, 2013, 9:45 AM - Firefighters are on the scene this morning of three wildfires sparked by lightning yesterday, with several other starts reported contained as of last night. The Devil Fire is estimated today at two acres near Devil Creek on the Southern Ute Reservation. Ground crews were on the scene overnight, and additional ground crews and air support are working the fire today. Three other 1/10th-of-an-acre wildfires on the Southern Ute Reservation west of the La Plata Highway are either reported controlled or contained.
DURANGO – July 11, 2013, 3:00 PM - The Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch Center reports 1,570 lightning strikes across southwestern Colorado within the past 24 hours, with three starting small wildfires. Two engines and a helicopter have responded to a ¼-acre wildfire in Mancos Canyon on the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation, and a helicopter is en route to check out a smoke report in Pine Tree Canyon on the Southern Ute Reservation.