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Breaking News: New
Mexico GOP Elects New Officers
Newman elected state GOP chairman
By Heath Haussamen • 12/04/10, 3:04 pm -
Republicans picked former Hobbs Mayor Monty Newman today to become the new
chairman of the state GOP.
“2010 was a good year for Republicans, but there is still a lot of work
to be done,” Newman said in a news release. “I am honored to have earned
the privilege to lead the party as we look forward to 2012, and I am
committed to working alongside the Republicans we elected in 2009 and
2010 to increase party membership, recruit talented candidates, and
ensure we continue to elect Republicans both locally and nationally.”
Newman defeated Nina Martinez, currently the Republican Party of New
Mexico’s first vice chair, for the position.
Newman, a realtor, is a former congressional candidate and former vice
president of the National Association of Realtors. He had the backing of
Gov.-elect Susana Martinez, Congressman-elect Steve Pearce and other GOP
In addition to electing Newman, the GOP’s state central committee also
elected the following officers to serve a 2-year term beginning Sunday:
•First vice chair – John Billingsley of Alto
•Second vice chair – Robert Perea of Albuquerque
•CD1 vice chair – Rick Abraham of Albuquerque
•CD2 vice chair – Alice Eppers of Roswell
•CD3 vice chair – Rube Render of Clovis
•Secretary – Peter Shams-Avari of Albuquerque
•Treasurer – Bill Redmond of Los Alamos
Legislature Webcast -
Ruidoso At A
"The Morning Show"
with "Harvey T."
7:00am - 9:00am, M-F
Live Morning Show" on KEDU Radio!
For the "Morning Show"
Books I am reading:
(Click on the link to see and hear today's show!)
To email "Harvey T.":
Guest: Retired FBI Agent/NM State Rep.
Dennis Kintigh (R-Roswell)
Representative Dennis Kintigh is a
retired FBI special agent and a former Air Force officer who
worked in the military and civilian space programs. He is also a
veteran of the Army National Guard.
New Mexico State Legislature Website:
The Lincoln County Community Theater,
"A Night of One Act Plays," Dec 3,4,5,
9,10,11, Thursday - Saturday
at the Cree Meadows Country Club. Reservations: (575) 258-3133
Guests: Danny Flores and Mario Del Gado,
ENMU Community Choir
(L-R) Danny Flores, ENMU Choir Instructor, Mario
ENMU Community Concert, Monday, December 6th, 6:10pm, at the
Spencer Theater in Alto, NM. Info: (575) 257-2120 or 258-4910
Guests: Sally Moore and Glynis
Racine, Lincoln County Tea Party Patriots
NM State Rally at the Roundhouse on January 18th,
Rep. Steve Pearce's visit on 11-30-2010, popularity of The Tea
Party across America.
Guests: Jared Hamilton and Victor Contreras,
NM PAC Los Hispanos Unidos
I.D., NM Speaker of the House positioning, the danger of a
coalition, and the importance of NM Tea Party
participation in the legislative process. Hear It
You Tube Videos:
Voter Fraud Videos
Mexico's New Legislature, The "Run" for Speaker,"
and "Who called Rep. Dianne Hamilton a Liar?"
Guests: Jared Hamilton and Victor Contreras of Los Hispanos
News & Commentary:
Lincoln County Taxes and Hospital Project
Guest: Jack Swickard, live from
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Founder & CEO of
Jack Swickard served in the U.S. Army
for four years, from December 1965-December 1969. From February
1967-February 1968, Swickard was a pilot with the 118th Assault
Helicopter Company stationed at Bien Hoa, Republic of Vietnam.
During his year in Vietnam, he was awarded two Distinguished
Flying Crosses, the Bronze Star Medal, 23 Awards of The Air
Medals, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. On his return from
Vietnam, he served as adjutant of the 155th Aviation Battalion
at Robert Gray Army Airfield.
Helicopter Wars - National Geographic
After leaving the Army, Swickard returned to The Albuquerque
Tribune as a reporter. He later was promoted to city editor,
where he was in charge of the newspaper’s local coverage. In
1974, he was named editor of the Roswell Daily Record in
Roswell, New Mexico. Fifteen years later, he became editor, then
editor-general manager of The Daily Times in Farmington, New
Commentary: Earmark Ban Vote Today:
Call These Senators Now!
Topic: Call the U.S. Senators that are on the fence, who cannot
seem to choose the need for fiscal responsibility in America.
Wasteful Excess Government
Spending = Earmarks
Tea Party Patriots.Org The Website:
11-15-10 Guest: Marty
Racine, Editor - Ruidoso News, NM Press Assoc. Awards
2010 New Mexico Press Awards - Newspaper/Weekly
Editorials - First place: Marty Racine, Ruidoso News.
Columns - Second place: Julie Carter, Ruidoso News.
Sports Columns - First place: Mike Curran, Ruidoso News.
The KEDU Business Insider
Jamie Estes -
Wednesdays at 10:05am
Rushie Roddy & Emily Sweet
The Olive Oil Store, 2722 Sudderth, Suite B, Ruidoso, NM Info:
Guest: Betty Blair, Ruidoso Valley Greeters
2010 Christmas Jubilee - Ruidoso Convention
Presented by The Ruidoso Valley Greeters
In conjunction with the Ruidoso Valley Festival of Lights. More info:
Ruidoso Convention Center
November 12, 13 and 14, 2010
Joan Zagone, Owner, Sears
Topics: Zagone and son, Matt's recent purchase of the
local Sears "Hometown" Store. Discussion of Joan's support of buying local,
and her history of supporting businesses in Ruidoso.
2172 W Highway 70, Ruidoso Downs, NM 88346
Phone (575) 378-4700
with Marty Racine-
11-26-10 Marty covers this
week's news. Hear
The Ruidoso News
11-19-10 Marty talks about the
"News" & RN awards.
The Ruidoso News
"Ask the Doctor" with
Dr. Joseph Fraley, DC.
Join Dr. Fraley, Thursdays at 11:02am.
Topics: Exercise, Health and Treatment.
Hear all of Dr. Fraley's radio shows:
Email Dr. Fraley:
Ruidoso Downs Racetrack - News & Updates:
Monday with the Mayor -
Mayor Ray Alborn
Monday at 9:06am
Join Ruidoso Village Mayor, Ray
Alborn, for the latest news and updates on the Village of
Ruidoso, from The Mayor. The Mayor would like to have Village
residents participate by calling the show, at 258-1387.
Ray Alborn is a former American football coach. He served as
head coach at Rice University and Lamar University. and later
became defensive line coach for the USFL's Houston Gamblers. On
March 2, 2010, Alborn was elected mayor of Ruidoso, New Mexico.
Hear the Interviews
“New Mexico Now" with
Monday - Friday, 4-6:00pm Internet
KEDU Radio welcomes Janice
Arnold-Jones to our line-up of great talk radio.
Here is your chance to take part New Mexico.
Email the show Toll Free
Janice Arnold–Jones is a four-term legislator from Albuquerque
and recent republican candidate for governor. She is a
business woman, soccer coach, and is affectionately known as “Lady
Sunlight” for her effort to kick open the doors of political
darkness in Santa Fe. Janice knows that the real solutions to
the challenges facing New Mexico are known to the citizens of New
Mexico -- just ask. Join Janice now in a conversation that
will take our state to a new level of prosperity and success!
Bill Gaither's Homecoming Radio - Sunday's - 10:00pm
on the Family" Daily Radio Show
Monday - Thursday, 11:30am, Friday
2:00pm on KEDU 102.3 FM
Welcomes "Focus on the
For more about "Focus on the
If you are interested in underwriting "Focus on
Family," on KEDU, Click
Jim Daly, President
Focus on the Family
Point of View: Live! - Call-In Today! M-F, 12noon - 2:00pm
Today Magazine called "Point of View America's "most
popular live Christian call-in show." After 30 years of being on the
cutting edge of talk radio,
Point of View has proven they
are brave enough to take on the tough issues and experienced enough to
Here you can select from a list of messages for troops
Select the one that best expresses your sentiments.
It’s that easy to let the troops know you care.
94.7 FM Translator
sold to Walton Stations in Ruidoso
Translator that re-broadcasts KEDU
signal sold to KWES/KBUY
KEDU "Founders' Circle Fund"
The Founders Circle is a unique and special
recognition that honors a group of donors (individual or husband and
wife) who contribute one gift, or a series of gifts, of $1,000 or
more, to Christian Community Radio - KEDU.
Radio Transferred to CBOLC
Family Life Radio
Hear Family Life Today, Monday -
Life Today" provides practical, biblical tools to
address the issues affecting your family in a format that is
conversational in nature. At the core of every program is
motivation, encouragement, and help. Your host on the program is
Dennis Rainey, president of Family Life, who is joined by radio
veteran Bob Lepine.
Home-Word with Jim Burns
Home-Word, Monday - Friday,
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