Monthly Archives: November 2016

Episode 59: Mama On The Radio

It’s the holidays which means Rita Daniels brings her mom, Kathy Albrecht, into the studio to co-host Wake Up, Taos! Albrecht writes a popular newspaper column in southern New Mexico and spends much of her time doing activism work south of the border.

Episode 58: Congreso de las Acequias, Snow Predicted for Taos, Fracking Friction

The Congreso de las Acequias convened in Taos over the weekend. The event started with traditional music and a water blessing. Snow is predicted for the region this evening according to NWS meteorologist Kerry Jones. Bureau of Land Management shut down Navajo tribal members earlier this month wanting to express their concerns over fracking in New […]

Episode 57: Taos Cross-Country Girls Honored for Taking State, Solutions to Infusing the Local Economy, Fire Safety

On a cold and blustery day, Taos cross-country runners were honored for their win at State. The Solutions Journalism team  delved into bolstering local economies this month. Reporter Leah Todd joins the program with the final installment in the series. Taos Fire Marshall Eric Oiesen Vreek has tips on how to not burn your house […]

Episode 56: History of Trains in the Southwest

The railroad dramatically changed the southwest in the late 1800’s. Rita Daniels rode the rails recently and brings us the hidden history.

Episode 55: Taos Community Chorus St. Cecilia Mass, Not Forgotten Outreach Celebrates Veterans Day

The Taos Community Chorus is set to perform the mass of St. Cecilia over the coming weeks. KNCE’s Rita Daniels brings us a sneak peak. In honor of Veterans Day the Not Forgotten Outreach will be co-hosting a community ceremony and feast tomorrow. Daniels caught up with some of the vets and family members of […]

Episode 54: Harnessing the Present Moment with Anice Joy, DAPL Forgiveness Walk with Lyla June

In light of election results last night, KNCE takes a step into the present moment with Hot Yoga Taos proprietor Anice Joy who reminds us all to take a deep breath. Lyla June Johnston just returned from Standing Rock where she joined hundreds of people in a forgiveness march to the Morton County Police Station.

Episode 53: La Niña Brings Moisture, History of Voting in USA, Taos Celebrates St. Martin with Pigs and Beer

Despite the dour dryness associated with a La Niña season, Taos got wet this weekend. KNCE has an update with NWS meteorologist Clay Anderson. The right to vote in our country only pertained to male property owners initially. It took decades of  blood and protest to secure that inalienable right to Women, Blacks and Native Americans, as explained […]

Episode 52: League of Women Voters, Debunking Daylight Saving

League of Women Voters of New Mexico joins the program this morning, assuring listeners that voting is secure in New Mexico. Historian Chris Klein debunks myths around Daylight Saving Time.

Episode 51: Graveyard Wedding, Dia de los Muertos in Questa, Wolf Recovery, PNM Withdraws Gas Plant Proposal, NM Political Report on Trump

Nuptials were exchanged at Manby’s gravesite on Halloween. Judge Shannon said he initially proposed officiating the ceremony as a joke but it proved to be a rather popular idea. The village of Questa celebrated Dia de Los Muertos with Aztec dancers, letters to the dead, feasting and Mariachi music. Defenders of Wildlife updates KNCE on […]