KSUT and Alpine Bank are proud to present the Alpine Bank Community Matching Fund.
The Alpine Bank Community Matching Fund is for non-profit organizations in La Plata County who wish to get their message out to the tens of thousands of KSUT listeners across the four corners. Organizations can have their underwriting matched dollar for dollar by the fund, thus doubling the impact of their message.
KSUT lost power to its main transmitter at about 7:00 pm, Wednesday, December 11, 2013. Initial diagnosis is equipment failure due to the sub zero temperatures. KSUT engineers responded and restored the transmission at about 10:00 am, Thursday, December 12. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.
It’s the season to reflect on the past year and take stock of what we value. KSUT’s mission is to be a vibrant local resource that educates, entertains and informs with diverse, quality programs selected and designed for the communities that enrich our lives.
The 20th annual member party and silent auction has come and gone. Thank you to all who made this year's party a huge success and congratulations to all the winners. Big, big thanks to First National Bank of Durango for their sponsorship and to the staff for helping out, Ska Brewing Company for hosting the party, Wagon Wheel Liquors for the wonderful wine, Durangourmet for the incredible food, all the amazing donors who contributed such fantastic items to bid on, to all the volunteers and KSUT staff without whom we would still be shrink wrapping today and of course a big, big thank you to
The KSUT On-Line Auction is over. Congratulations to our winners! Thanks for supporting KSUT. If you were bidding on an item and won you would have already been notified by email. If you were bidding and didn't receive an email, better luck next time, but thanks for trying. If you have any questions, please call the station at 970-563-0255.
KSUT's 88.1 FM signal serving Northwest New Mexico experienced the failure of one it's key components last weekend. Engineers visited the site on Friday (August, 23) and were able to diagnose the problem and we are working on getting replacements equipment to the site. We apologize for the loss of service and will get the signal back as soon as possible.
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.