Tune into "Lea County with Lindsay," discussing the people, places, events, and all things Lea County as well as "Untucked with Steve Sauceda," a 30 minute show dedicated to news, sports, politics, entertainment, social media and major stories happening in your world.
Director Nathan Gibbs from the Community Players of Hobbs was Lindsay's guest this week. Discussing "The End" a horror movie themed haunted house that will force you to face your cinematic fears! October 19, 20, 26, 27, and 31, 8:00 pm.
Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased online in advance or at the door.
NMJC Athletic Director Deron Clark visited with Lindsay this week about Booster Club memberships, NMJC Athletics, and the upcoming "An Evening with Bobby Knight", Tuesday, October 16 at Hobbs Country Club, which benefits NMJC Athletic scholarships.
For Episode 4 of Música y Libros, Teresita reads from "The Darlings" by author Lorraine M. Lopez and plays selections of songs including one by Edith Piaf and a rendition of the Russian Classic, "Dark Eyes".
Lindsay welcomes Coordinators Shannon Bush and Christina Rubalcaba of Lea Regional Medical Center to discuss the upcoming Think Pink! Expo & Breast Health Awareness to discuss a fun night of education to help fight breast cancer in Lea County. Find more info on the October 16th 5:00-8:00 pm event on Facebook. In her second segment, Lindsay welcomes New Antiquities Theatre Company's Artistic Director Nathan Miles to discuss "The Realistic Joneses" along with actor Corben Pettigrew. Opening this weekend at the Western Heritage Museum, the play can be seen at 7:30 pm on October 5th, 6th, 12th, & 13th.
Episode 1 of The Peak of Human Evolution has hit the airwaves! Bruno's brought songs meant to test the current cultural climate. Chrissy's got the grooves with her tunes. And Zayne brought raw emotions. Don't miss this great first show of The Peak of Human Evolution!
Steve starts Episode 63 off with a shout-out to Aka To Kuro Martial Arts School in segment one. Then it's "We're More Like Our Smartphones Than We Realize" for segment two and don't miss segment three where Steve reveals what the "The Key Is..."
This week on Home Team, Dusty interviews NMJC Golf Coach James Berry after a great weekend at the High Country Shootout in Ruidoso, NM. Following that up is Varsity Coach with the Hobbs Eagles Football, Charles Gleghorn. Rounding off the show to detail their fantastic win in Portales at NMJC's "home" rodeo with ENMU at the ENMU School "Daze" Rodeo were Stewy Kinley and Clay Bonner.
Lindsay is back - with beautiful Macandal Grayce, and guest speakers: Becca Titus, Coordinator for Hobbs Childhood Cancer Awareness; and Monty Ragsdale, United Way Chili Fest which is this Saturday, September 29th at LC Event Center.
For Episode Two of Musica y Libros, Teresita again chose to dedicate her show to children. This time she read from "Bilingual Poems/Poemas bilingües", written as a project by some 5th grade students in Taos, New Mexico some years ago (the students have now graduated high school). Please enjoy!
First up on Home Team this week are NMJC's Head Rodeo Coaches Clay Bonner and Stewy Kinley to talk about their fast approaching season that kicks off with a rodeo in Portales at ENMU on September 20th. After a quick break, Dusty brings NMJC's Women's Cross Country and Track & Field Coaches into the KNMJ Studio to make a debut announcement about a new sport that will be on the NMJC campus in Fall 2019!
Guilt and Innocence in "The Court of Public Opinion" and "The 3 Reasons People Come Into Our Lives." Don't miss Untucked's new airtime on Monday's at 7:00 am or the new way to listen on stevesauceda.com
KNMJ 100.9 is excited to announce our newest show and podcast: Musica y Libros! Hosted by New Mexico Junior College professor Teresita Dovelpage, this bilingual show is recorded in both English and Spanish to highlight both beautiful languages.
Episodio Uno is dedicated to children and features a special bilingual book, "Zoologico de poemas/Poetry Zoos" written by Puerto Rican poet and artist, Magarita Montalvo.
Musica y Libros can be heard at knmj.simplecast.fm and also on KNMJ 100.9 FM three times a week: Wednesdays at 7:30 AM, Thursdays at 5:00 PM, and Saturdays at 12:00 PM.
For the week of August 20, 2018, Lea County with Lindsay hosts Hobbs Municipal Schools Superintendent TJ Parks to discuss HMS's 2018-2019 enrollment, the school based Health Clinic, the 2017-2018 school grades, the "See Something, Say Something" program, and "High Five" program. You won't want to miss this great episode!
As we celebrate the birth of our nation, Steve reminds us to seek the heart of our gratitude. In his second segment he poses the question, "Are you stuck in a time loop?" All this and more in Episode 59 of Untucked with Steve Sauceda!
Lindsay talks to Hayder Andrews and Becca Titus of Walk for light
Lindsay talks to patty Collins of the Hobbs chamber of commerce and Geni Cavanaugh, EDC of Lea County about the Buyer Supplier networking Confrence
This week on Home Team, Dusty speaks with NMJC Rodeo Coaches Clay Bonner and Stewie Kinley, USW's Sports Information Director Dennis Driscoll brings their Head Baseball Coach Steve Appell, and as a very special close, the high school segment this week features Cannin Prieto, a Hobbs High School student and New Mexico's 2017 Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Lindsay's guests this week are from the Community Playhouse. As they promote their upcoming play "Flowers for Algernon", director Veronikka Sylvas, actress Destiny Windham, and actors Ron Gunter and Scooter Stiles.
Dusty's got a great episode in store in for Home Team listeners this week! Guests this week include NMJC's Head Men's Basketball Coach Brian Lohrey, USW's Sports Info Director Dennis Driscoll, and Hobbs High School's Swimming Coach Dr. Debbie Dean.
This week on Lea County Home Team, Dusty and USW's Dennis Driscoll take some time to make their Bowl picks. After a quick break, Dusty returns in the studio to talk with Cynthia Calderon, Hobbs High School's Diving Coach. Happy Holidays from Lea County Home Team!
Shawn D Williams, Hobbs Fire Marshal & Brandon Roberts, Captain & Fire Inspector join Lindsay this week to talk about holiday fire safety tips. Then folks from Taylor Memorial Baptist Church discuss the final "Live Christmas Tree" performance happening next weekend.
Lindsay's guests this week, Hobbs Firefighters Michael Nelson and Dana Ankerholz, detail the Hobbs Fire Department's Toy Drive. For more information on toy donation to HFD, contact Michael at 397-9308. Lea County with Lindsay wraps up this week with a quick "save the date" segment listing some of the wonderful activities to take part in and charities to consider donating to this holiday season.
It's a big basketball show for Lea County Home Team this week! Guests include Hobbs High School Basketball coaches Mike Smith (boys) and Joey Carpenter (girls), NMJC's Head Men's Basketball Coach Brian Lohrey, and USW's
As Steve celebrates Episode 50 of Untucked, listeners are treated to special guest & author Carlos Whittaker who discusses his latest book, "Kill the Spider." You won't want to miss any minute of this special episode!
This Thanksgiving episode is packed with great things happening in Lea County! First up are the ladies with the Hobbs Jaycees as they talk about the Christmas Parade & Santa for Seniors. They're followed by Dr. Dennis Atherton, NMJC's Vice President of Instruction as he promotes NMJC's newest exciting program, Entertainment and Music Technology. Closing the show with Lindsay this week is Major Lisa Smith with the Salvation Army of Lea County!
In the first segment of Lea County Home Team, Clay Bonner & Stewie Kinley, NMJC's Rodeo coaches, discuss their Fall 2017 season. USW is back in the KNMJ Studio for segment two! This week SID Dennis Driscoll is joined by Josh Smith & Abbey Barnum, USW's Women's Soccer coaches. And finally, segment three features Hobbs High School's Athletic Director Brenda Wilson to talk about all of the wonderful things happening at HHS!
This week on Lea County with Lindsay for American Education Week, she speaks with two itinerant elementary music teachers: Monica Rogo and Amanda Heister. In segment two, Western Heritage Museum's Darrell Beauchamp joins Lindsay in the studio to talk about the Christmas Traditions from Around the World.
NMJC's Cross Country coach Jeff Becker starts off Home Team as he details the Lady T-Bird's end of season as they head toward Nationals. After the break USW's Assistant Cross Country coach Katarina Weir, herself a former T-Bird, joins Dusty in the KNMJ Studio to talk about the Mustang's season.
Andrew Akufo, Executive Director of the Center for the Arts , recaps the annual Joe & Joyce Walker Awards ceremony as well as promotes the Center's Meme Exhibition coming up on Saturday, November 18th.
This week on Home Team, Dusty speaks with NMJC's Head Basketball coaches Brian Lohrey and Drew Sanders as they prep to start the 2017-2018 season. Guests also include USW's Head Soccer coach DeAngelo Garcia and Eunice Cardinal's Ken Stephens.
Welcome to another great sports week Lea County! This week Dusty speaks with NMJC Head Golf Coach James Berry, USW's SID Dennis Driscoll and Assistant SID Anna Marie Peña as well as Hobbs High School Head Football Coach Charles Gleghorn.
Guest Meghan Mooney appears on Lea County with Lindsay this week to promote the 1st Annual Battle of the Food Trucks, Sunday, October 29th from 4-7 pm at Crosswinds Community Church. After a short break, Lindsay returns with updates on events happening in Lea County this week.
Welcome to another great sports week Lea County! This week Dusty speaks with NMJC Athletic Director Deron Clark, USW's SID Dennis Driscoll and Head Volleyball Coach Angela Franke, and Houston Middle School's Head Football Coach Andy Sloan.
In this two part episode, Lindsay speaks first with Nathan Gibbs, Christie Harkness & Shoshana Howell with the Community Players of Hobbs about their 8th Annual Haunted House. In segment two, Catherine Vorrase Director of Facility for the CORE (Center of Recreational Excellence) gives the latest updates on this exciting new facility.
This week two great groups visited the KNMJ Studios to promote their events. Kristy Hughes and Adrienne Fields with The First Tee of Southeastern New Mexico discussed their golf tournament fundraiser to be held this Saturday, October 14th. After a quick break, Wisefool Theater joined Lindsay to talk about performing in Circus Arts and promoted their final Lea County performance at 6 pm on October 20th at the Lea County Center for the Arts.
Welcome fans to Lea County Home Team! This week Dusty headed to Hobbs Freshman School to talk with Coach Scott Lynskey about the Black and Gold teams' seasons. Back in the studio, NMJC Cross Country Head Coach Jeff Becker and USW's Golf Coach Carl Miller spoke individually about their athletes.
Lea County with Lindsay is only one segment this week, focusing on Paint the County Pink, Thursday, October 26th. T-Shirts benefiting Light of Lea County will be sold: $20 for adult tees and $10 for students. Call or text Becca at 631-2985 or Hayden at 408-8208 for a t-shirt form or order.
It's a new season of sports & radio here on Lea County Home Team! New host Dusty Windham kicks off this inaugural episode with USW Director of Sports Information Dennis Driscoll and follows up with NMJC's two newest coaches Stewart Kinley & Clay Bonner as they discuss their first season as Rodeo coaches.
This week Lindsay dedicates her show to some of the organizations in Lea County that help those in need. Segment 1 features Christy May with the Lea County Humane Society Transport team as she promotes their Used Shoe Drive. After a quick break, Lindsay and Christy are joined in the studio by Janelle Blain and Rohnnie Shaw with the United Way of Lea County.
This week on Lea County with Lindsay, NMJC's Cosmetology program discusses this Saturday's Hurricane Benefit Cut-A-Thon, Shannon Bush promotes the Surgery Clinic's Open House and Lindsay wraps up the show with a little bit of What's Happening in Lea County!
This jam-packed episode features Dr. Felicia Rojas & Tyson Ledgerwood with Hobbs Municipal Schools' 21st Century Grant, Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts discussing the 2017 Walker Awards and Wednesday After School Art Classes, and Darrell Beauchamp from Western Heritage Museum promoting Staked Plains Roundup this Saturday, September 16 from 10-5.
HPD's Sgt. Fidel Aldrete joins Lindsay in the KNMJ Studio for both segments this week. Listen to hear about Hobbs Police Department's Community Relations Team as well as the Lea County State Bank First Responders Appreciation Day on September 9, 2017.
Lindsay keeps it short and sweet this week with segment one focusing on Western Heritage Museum's Family Safety Day this Saturday, August 26th and a short segment two with a few community announcements.
This week Geni Cavanaugh with the Southwest Symphony visits with Lindsay about their 2017-2018 Season and after a quick break, show favorite Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts joins Patty Collins from Hobbs Chamber of Commerce and Scott Capps, local artist and car show organizer, to discuss this Saturday's Hobbs August Nites.
Leslie Pfalzgraf from WHI Hobbs visited with Lindsay to promote their 2nd Annual 5K Fun Run on September 9th. After a quick break, Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts brings featured artists Gina Bullard and Danté Rios for the Center's exhibit "Collage: Hispanic Heritage Arts Show" which opens Saturday, August 12th.
This week Lea County with Lindsay hosts two phone-in segments: United Way of Lea County's Janelle Blain discussing Stuff-A-Bus, Chilifest and the United Way's 2018 Campaign, after a quick break with Western Heritage Museum's Dr. Dirt, Lindsay returns with Chip Lowe, Lea County's Football Official as he speaks of the on-going recruitment for football officials.
Joyce Walker & Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts join Lindsay in the KNMJ Studio for the first segment of this week's show to discuss the Annual Membership Meeting, Tuesday July 25th at 5:30 pm, as well as the Battle of the Bands Concert on Saturday, July 29th and the September 15th deadline for the Walker Award Nominations. After a short break with Dr. Dirt, Nathan Miles and Erin Anderson with New Antiquities Theatre Company review their upcoming performance, "A Moon for the Misbegotten" held at Western Heritage Museum on July 21, 22, 28, & 29 at 7:30 pm/
In segment one, Lindsay speaks with Brittny Huffman, from the City of Hobbs Park and Rec, about the Fourth of July celebration. During the second segment, she speaks with Karles McQuade, Charles Henning, Mary Anderson, and Arnold Cardon about their performances sponsored by Lea County Center for the Arts.
Hello Summer! Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts joins Lindsay to discuss the Center's Summer Art Camps and Brittny Huffman with the City of Hobbs Parks & Rec Department details everything from Pools & Splash Pads to Summer Recess.
Bobby Shaw is back in the KNMJ Studio to start the show off with Lindsay. He's followed by Louise with Lea County Women's Network and then Andrew Akufo from the Center of the Arts and Folklorico instructor Nadia Villa.
Special guest Ciji Hardin is in the Studio with Steve this week to talk about the "comparison trap", "don't let a mistake define you", and how "trying to do it on your own is like playing tug-o-war with a tractor"
Dusti Cavaness joined Lindsay this week to talk about the Tate Branch Thunderbird Team Roping competition to be held at the end of April. The show closes with four wonderful guests from Faith In Action, talking about the Carmela Runnels Celebrity Dinner.
Home Team opens with NMJC Head Basketball coaches Brian Lohrey & Drew Sanders as they talk about their recruiting efforts. After a short break, Lindsay is joined by USW's Head Track & Field coach Jeff Kavalunas and two athletes, sprinter Samuel Mosley and javelin thrower Selena Ornelas.
It's Spring Break at NMJC and Lindsay has provided listeners with a long show! Starting off is Bobby Shaw detailing restrictions on property. Trey Kerby, a Fair Board member and Rodeo Chairman, follows Bobby to discuss the Lea County Centennial Rodeo. Nathan Miles ends the show with Lindsay to talk about the "Glass Menagerie" winning Encore as a One Act Play.
Home Team hits it out of the park this week with a jam packed show. USW Baseball Coach Steve Appel, NMJC Basketball coaches Drew Sanders & Brian Lohrey, as well as NMJC Track & Field Coach Keith Blackwill all visited the Studio this week to talk about their programs. Lindsay wraps up the show to talk about Hobbs High's State games.
Lea County with Lindsay has a new sponsor, Hobbs Heart & Vascular! Dr. Charles H. Moore makes his first appearance on the show to speak on the services Heart & Vascular officers as well as Prevention. After a quick break Lyn Edwards & Dr. Darrell Beauchamp join Lindsay in the KNMJ Studio to talk about the Lea County Centennial Kick-Off and the Pony Express that ends at Western Heritage Museum this Saturday, March 11th at the end of another great Family Fun Day!
For his monthly Real Estate Segment, Bobby Shaw of Burkett-Shaw Realty talks Property Inspections, then Dr. Darrell Beauchamp from the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame promotes a Maciolek Trust sponsored performance by Erica Rivinoja this Friday, February 24th at 6:00 p.m. The final segment for this week's show brings Tyson Ledgerwood and Hannah Foss into the studio to talk about the Fine Arts Education Grant that was awarded to Hobbs Municipal Schools.
Tune into Home Team this week for some outstanding and interesting conversations about athletics in Lea County. Lindsay's first guest is USW's Athletic Director Bill Weidner and she closes the show with guest Nadia Leslie, NMJC's Head Athletic Trainer.
This week Lindsay highlights some of the great activities happening this weekend in Hobbs. Jessica Olivas with the Hobbs Chamber of Commerce promotes FeBREWary Fest, this Saturday at the Events Center. And Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts wants listeners to enjoy the Center's family-friendly Black History Month Celebration this Saturday.
This week on Home Team, NMJC's Head Baseball coach Jimmy Durham talks about his team as they prepare to start their season this week and after a quick break, Hobbs High School Wrestling coach Thomas Rotonno also joins Lindsay in the studio.
This week on Home Team, NMJC's head Basketball coaches visit the studios to promote their upcoming games and talk about Conference play. After the break, Lindsay returns with a phone interview with Eunice Women's Basketball Coach Jimmie Jones.
Ruben Baca with the Center for the Arts was in the Studio to tell Lindsay and her listeners about this Saturday's Open Mic Night. After the break Kim Latimer from NMJC's Continuing Ed & Community Programs detailed a list of opportunities NMJC is now offering.
NMJC Track & Field coach Keith Blackwill starts off this week's Home Team with an update on NMJC's latest standings and future events. Then Hobbs Eagles Basketball head coaches Joe Carpenter and Mike Smith are joined by new Athletic Director Brenda Wilson to talk about the great seasons Hobbs HS Basketball have been having.
This week on Lea County with Lindsay, Dr. Darrell Beauchamp from the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame details the museum's latest exhibit "Dinosaur Discoveries," an exhibit straight from New York City's American Museum of National History. After a quick break Lindsay closes the show with her thoughts on the untimely loss of Lea County Sheriff Steve Ackerman.
We're back! On the first show of 2017, Lindsay invites Bobby Shaw in the studio to discuss mortgage loans and lending and welcomes Al Perry after a quick break to talk about kidney awareness & diabetes.
Steve intros the show this week with a quick T-Bird Express and then welcomes special guest Elaine Sena into the studio to talk about Overcoming Adversity as well as other topics such as the Importance of Mentors, Being Humble & Kind, and Taking Time For You.
It's another great week on Lea County with Lindsay! Director Robert Schumacher visited with Lindsay to discuss this year's Christmas play at the Playhouse, "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas" and Kim Latimer, Program Planner for Continuing Education at NMJC, came in after the break to talk about the great options for Community Programs at NMJC.
Starting off the show this week are Scott Capps and David Sadler promoting the Stone, Metal & Canvas Exhibit on display now through January 7th at Lea County Center for the Arts. After a quick break Tammy Roberson of Habitat for Humanity and Anita Braun from CASA of Lea County stop by the studios. Jennifer Batten closes the show out with Lindsay, talking about her performance at Tydings Auditorium this Thursday, November 10th.
He's back! Steve has finally returned to KNMJ studios for new Untucked episodes. This week he brings us a sports recap, thoughts on the election, a quick T-Bird Express & ends with thoughts on change, slowing down, & enjoying the process.
This week on Lea County Home Team, Lindsay welcomed NMJC Bronc Rider & Team Roper Preston Burr and his coach Mary Eakin. After a quick break Tatum Athletic Director Gary Durham joined the show to discuss Tatum Municipal Schools Athletics programs.
It's another great week in Lea County sports! Tune in to hear interviews with two of NMJC Basketball players, Josiah Riley & Natalia Gwarda as well as an exclusive with Coach Alex Lopez, fresh from the Lady Eagles Soccer win at District.
This week Lindsay highlights Halloween happenings in Hobbs: City of Hobbs Halloween Carnival & Haunted House, NMJC Cosmetology's Haunted House, and Western Heritage Museum's "A Night on Titanic" sleepover for students aged 13-15.
It's a jam-packed show this week! Members of the Community Playhouse came by to promote their Haunted House, New Antiquities Theatre Company spoke about their play "Kitchen Witches", and Lindsay ended the show with Christina Rubalcaba, Director of Radiology, discussing the 14th Annual Breast & Women's Health Expo.
If you love sports & Lea County, this new show is for you! Guest Deron Clark helps host Lindsay McCarter introduce the first episode of Lea County Home Team. Listen in for recaps, updates & schedules! Let us know if you would like to have a player or sport highlighted.
It's week 3 of the "Best of Untucked"! Originally airing the week of June 8th, Episode 14 of Untucked saw special guest Heather Bean joins Steve in the studio to discuss leadership, responsibility, accountability, insecurity and building a legacy.
This week on the "Best of Untucked" we revisit Steve's first episode with a guest. Originally airing the week of April 6th, Episode 5 featured Chris Haggard who joined Steve to discuss, among other topics, FOMO: the fear of missing out.
This week on Lea County with Lindsay meet NMJC's new Athletic Director Deron Clark & new Head Baseball Coach Jimmy Durham, after the break learn a bit about the Community Players of Hobbs's newest play "Avarice in Ambrosia".
Tune into Episode 25 of Untucked to hear Steve's thoughts on the U.S. dominated Olympics (& Ryan Lochte), the T-Bird Express, and everything from Loyalty vs Ambition to unrealistic friendship goals. Steve also has an announcement you'll want to make sure you don't miss!
Bethany Freidenbloom & Andrew Akufo from the Center for the Arts begin this week's show by discussing the Center's grant from 21st Century for after school programs. In the second half of the show Bret Moody, President of First American Bank of Hobbs, joins Lindsay in the KNMJ studio to talk about the NMJC Booster Club & First American Bank Golf Benefit.
Steve begins his 23rd episode with the T-Bird Express update with guest Dr. Darrell Beauchamp from Western Heritage Museum. Segment 2 focuses on sports: Olympics!, Tebow & A-Rod. This week Steve ends Untucked with his thoughts on self-deception.
It's that time of the year again, Lea County Fair & Rodeo! This week Fair & Rodeo Board Chairman Corey Helton joined Lindsay in the studio to talk about the wonderful events happening daily. We hope you're planning on heading to the Fairgrounds in Lovington.
This week Steve's has a recap of the RNC, a summary of the DNC, and someone "caught 'em all". After a quick T-Bird Express, Steve returns with this question: Is the grass really greener on the other side?
For segment one of Episode 20, Steve talks about the Republican National Convention & the speech controversy, as well as his thoughts on Pokemon Go. Segment two focuses on Rio 2016 and tipping for takeout.
Back to his usual format for Episode 19 of Untucked, Segment one has Steve talking about NBA free agency and retirements and how to win FREE tickets to the Midland Rockhounds game. After a quick T-Bird Express, Steve spends segment two focusing on the tragedies that have hit America, the myth of being fearless and that asking for help is not a weakness.
Steve switches it up today and starts the show out with the T-Bird Express. After a quick break he devotes segment one to Brexit: What is it? and What does it mean?. Segment two clarifies business cliches and ends with Steve's thoughts on The Power of No.
During segment one of Episode 16, Steve recaps the NBA Finals, Microsoft purchasing LinkedIn, the alligator incident and more. After a quick T-Bird Express, Steve discuses phrases that are hard to recover from and the best and worst advice to Be Yourself.
Episode 15 of Untucked brings Steve's update on the Presidential election, a recap of the NBA finals and an overview of the tragedy in Orlando. After a quick T-Bird Express, segment 2 brings Steve's thoughts on Inspiration vs Comparison.
This week on Lea County with Lindsay, Andrew Akufo brings Arnold Caudon and Dusty Deen with him to promote the "New Media New Mexico Art Exhibition & Visionfest" to be held this Saturday from 7-9 pm, free at the Center for the Arts. After the break Shannon Bush and Josh Grassam join Lindsay to discuss the Hobbs Chamber of Commerce & Hobbs Jaycees's Annual Banquet that is to be held on June 16th.
This week Andrew Akufo is back in the studio to talk with Lindsay about the many camps and summer programs the Center for the Arts is hosting. After the break, Lindsay returns with Christopher Eubank, Director of "Suessical", the latest play from The Community Players of Hobbs.
In part one of two great segments this week Lindsay and her guests talk about the District wide Arts Show for Elementary's in Hobbs. She finishes up the show by chatting with Delores Thompson, Director of NMJC's Nursing Program.
It's Steve's monthly special episode where he invites a guest into the studio to record with him. Cori Arnold joins Steve for Episode 9 to discuss sports, politics and a little something Steve likes to call "You A Lie."
This week Lindsay talks with Lynda March with Fresenius Medical Care of Hobbs and her patient Al Perry about the importance of kidney awareness. After the break Lindsay returns with guest Bill Richards who is promoting ConocoPhillips 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.
This week on Untucked, Steve continues his run downs on the NBA & NFL as well as the U.S. Presidential elections in segment one, focuses on NMJC happenings in the T-Bird Express, and finishes the show out with a special tribute to Prince and a new segment called "Would You Rather?"
This week Lindsay provides Lea County with information about this weekend's Thunderbird Team Roping event, speaks with NMJC Admissions Specialists Sarah Rollings & Natalia De Jesus, and wraps up with some general announcements for the community.
On this week's episode of Lea County with Lindsay, guest David Hooten discusses the 5th Annual Waterwise Conference to be held on Saturday, April 30th. Later, guest Dale Gannaway, Executive Director of New Horizons Foundation, speaks about the Innovate Lea County event to be held this Saturday, April 23rd.