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KSFR's John Shannon discusses a landmark legal case involving fake Native American jewelry with local artist and advocate Liz Wallace.  

Today on KSFR's Wake-Up Call, you'll hear a re-cap of last night’s debate between New Mexico’s candidates for Governor: Republican Steve Pearce and Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham; Also today, John Shannon discusses a landmark legal case involving fake Native American jewelry with local artist and advocate Liz Wallace.

KSFR's John Shannon reports on a wide-ranging Santa Fe Community College course about horses and much deeper matters. - Horses in Myth, Legend and Spiritual Thought.

On Wednesday’s KSFR Wake-Up Call, on America Speaks, Tish Lampert has part two of her interview with photojournalist Quentin Williams. Also on the podcast: John Shannon reports on a wide-ranging Santa Fe Community College  class about horses and much deeper matters; Correspondent and commentator Martha Burk weighs-in later with her thoughts on so-called “campus carry” as colleges get back in session in many locations this month….And, KSFR film reviewer David D’Arcy provides his take on “American Dharma.”

 

 

Today on KSFR’s Wake-Up Call: Tom Trowbridge interviews Democratic candidate for N.M. Representative from District 43, Christine Chandler. Also: KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer has the story of the conspiracy theories that have been bandied about since the September 6th emergency evacuation and ten-day closure of the Sunspot Solar Observatory in southern New Mexico. And we’ll also hear about a new city of Santa Fe campaign to encourage eligible immigrants to register for U-S citizenship.

Christine Chandler

Monday, KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge shared his interview with Republican Lisa Shin, who is seeking the open House District 43 seat in the New Mexico House of Representatives.

Today it’s Democrat Christine Chandler’s turn. The Los Alamos County Councilor says she’s running for the post to work on solving the problems facing New Mexico while supporting its citizens in improving access to and quality of public education and health care.

New Mexico's Sunspot Solar Observatory, little-known until this month, is now garnering international attention, since it's sudden shutdown and just as sudden re-opening on September 17.  KSFR's Ellen Lockyer lets us in on some of the far-fetched theories posed by conspiracy buffs, and on some of the actual information out there regarding the case.  Spoiler:  the FBI still is not fessing up to why the facility  was evacuated in the first place. 

Milton Riess

KSFR's John Shannon caught up with Nohelia Sosa who's new band Nohe y Sus Santos was shooting a music video here in Santa Fe - We'll meet the band and hear one of their new songs - Mal Amor.

KSFR'S Wake Up Call For September 17, 2018

Sep 17, 2018

On KSFR’s Wake-Up Call on Monday, September 17, 2018: Listen to Community Matters from the Santa Fe Community Foundation with this month’s offering a discussion on child abuse and neglect in New Mexico. Also today, we begin airing interviews with candidates for State House in District 43, starting with Republican Lisa Shin; and KSFR’s Tom Trowbridge chats local politics with the New Mexicans’ Steve Terrell.

Santa Fe New Mexican

On KSFR's Wake-Up Call Monday, host Tom Trowbridge discussed recent political news with the Santa Fe New Mexican's reporter and columnist Steve Terrell.

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MONDAY September 17 - A California jury has ordered Monsanto to pay a high school groundskeeper named Dewayne (Lee) Johnson $289 million, because Monsanto never warned Johnson that the weed-killer Roundup could give him cancer. Carey Gillam wrote the investigative book Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer and the Corruption of Science. TUESDAY September 18 - 2018 – a tough year for Brazil to choose a new President. The economy’s terrible, violent crime is rampant, and man who led all...

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