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COVID-19 positive rates up after the holidays

Pediatric ICU beds are dwindling across the state, and holiday gatherings are driving up positivity rates of COVID-19. KDUR’s Sarah Flower joins San Juan Basin Public Health department about the latest trends of the pandemic.

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One Small Step - StoryCorps

Created by StoryCorps, One Small Step is an effort to remind the country of the humanity in all of us, even those with whom we disagree.


Karen Pontius and Sidny Zink

Southwest Regional News

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KSUT Public Radio News Director

Native American Stories

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Native Lens storytelling project, a collaboration between the Rocky Mountain PBS and KSUT Tribal Radio, is honored to tell stories by Native American and Indigenous tribal members or communities captured through film.

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Native Braids

Weaving together an extraordinary array of Native American voices.

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Tribal Radio Morning Show

Listen weekdays 8 am – 11 am
Rebroadcasts at 6 pm

Tribal Radio KSUT

Serving the people and communities of the Southern Ute, Ute Mountain Ute, Jicarilla Apache, and Navajo lands. Playing traditional and Contemporary Native Music, News and Culture

 

91.3 FM Ignacio • 100.9 FM Towaoc • 89.7 FM Farmington

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Weekdays at 11 AM on Tribal Radio

A  live, one-hour call-in talk show, Monday – Friday at 11 am.

The program engages noted guests and listeners in a thought-provoking national conversation from a Native perspective.

Hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta).

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