KSFR Local
6:38 am
Tue July 22, 2014

July 22 First News: 'Kids Count' No Longer Ranks N.M. Dead Last In Child Welfare (Listen)

The Kids Count Data Book is out, and it finds that New Mexico no longer holds the dubious distinction of ranking last among states in child welfare. New Mexico, which last year booted Mississippi from last place, moved back up to 49th in this year's report from the Annie E-Casey Foundation. It cites a slight drop in child poverty, improvements in high school graduation rates and a drop in the teen birth-rate for the improvement. Mississippi is back at number 50.

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KSFR Events
3:19 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

The Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation announces recent additions to its Board

The Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation is pleased to announce the following recent additions to its Board of Directors:

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KSFR Events
10:03 am
Wed July 16, 2014

5th Annual Book and Media Sale - Aug. 8 & 9 Accepting Books and Media through the end of July.

Friday, August 8th, is the first day of our 5th annual Book and Media Fair.  From 1pm to 6pm, for a $5.00 entrance fee, you can have first pick of a wide selection of books for all ages and interests.  Our music selection is equally as comprehensive, including cds and lps for those of you who love vinyl!  There’s also a film collection of dvds. 

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Audio Saucepan
6:00 pm
Sun July 13, 2014

Audio Saucepan: “The Lost Charlie Episode”

7/13/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Lost Charlie Episode” includes the poems “Any Morning” by William Stafford (from Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems, Graywolf Press); “Untitled [Why Write about “things”?] by Philip Lamantia (from The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, University of California Press); and “You” by Lucile Adler (from In Company: An Anthology of New Mexico Poets After 1960, University of New Mexico Press)

Playlist for 7/13:

KSFR Local
6:38 am
Thu July 10, 2014

July 10 First News: Espanola Children Make Grisly Discovery While Walking Wednesday (Listen)

Police in Espanola say children on a walk found a dead man lying face down in an arroyo. KOAT –TV reports the kids came across the body Wednesday, and police launched a suspicious death investigation. They don't yet know how the man died, but believe he'd been deceased for quite some time before being found. Police say the man was in his mid-40s and had bruises on his body. Investigators say they're waiting for the medical examiner's office to determine how the man died. Police say they will release the victim's name after notifying his family.

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