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 by distinguished Professor of History Virginia Scharff. Common Fire will be celebrating St. Martin’s day with pigs and beer this year. Proprietor Andy Lynch joins the program live.