Today we are speaking to MP Schildmeyer & Byron Tsebetsaye!

Roving with Arts host Mick Hesse has started a series titled “Making Money Making Music” that focuses on local musicians who are making a living making music. 


This week features two very successful musicians, trumpeter Delbert Anderson, and keyboard player Mauricio Espinal. 


The interview includes discussion of their early classical training and how education has helped them succeed in the rarified world of professional musicians. 


Several original compositions will be performed live in the studio as well as music from a recent CD. 


Spring 2019 Honors Students in Scott Michlin's Public Speaking and Survey of Mass Media classes make their final presentations.

  • Rachel Ferguson
  • Skyer Nash
  • Josiah McKellips
  • Brian Hibbets
  • Keeron Yazzie
  • Lacey Prokop
  • Teresa Martinez

Today we are hearing from Jordan Richards, Ali Rye, and Devin Neeley! Then, "Save-a-Buck-Thursday" with Jason Calcote!

Today we are hearing from Liesl Dees!

Public Radio's Beth Lamberson Warren joins KSJE General Manager Scott Michlin to explain why you should support KSJE!

Find out more here.

We're talking about General Obligation Bonds B (for libraries) and D (for higher education) with Gayle Dean, Executive Director of the San Juan College Foundation and Christopher Schipper, Director of the San Juan College Library!

Learn about the acts and judges lined up for this year's San Juan County's Got Talent show, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 6:30pm.

Warren Unsicker, Executive Director of Four Corners Economic Development, discusses the next Four Corners Futures Forum, Business Resiliancy Project and more!

Nate_Powell_MARCH_Book_1_cover.jpgOne Book/One Community author/illustrator Nate Powell talks with Scott Michlin, One Book/One Community Director Danielle Sullivan and Write-On Four Corners Host Traci Halesvass about his book "March."

It has been selected as the One Book title for the 2018-19 school year.  Lot's of additional program, events and activities are planned, including a visit to San Juan College by Nate Powell in October.

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