Year End Fundraiser Ends Sunday
If you haven't given to KHSU in 2013 you have one more chance. We will be asking for new members and contributors who can give an extra gift to contribute to the station starting at 6:30 a.m. Thursday December 5th.
Our goal is to raise $21,000 by Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Help us by giving now.
Just for Wait...Wait Fans
We are offering the Wait Wait Don't Tell me Cup Saturday morning. Just give $75 by calling 826-4805 or giving online
Southern Humboldt Signal UpdateKHSU's signal on 89.9 in Garberville has a technical problem that may cause static and interference with your reception. Equipemnt is being installed Wednesday December 4th which should solve this problem.
Thursday Night Talk
December 5th- This week on Thursday Night Talk, it's cats, dogs and humans living together. Humboldt County's animal shelter is bursting with adoptable pets, but how do they get there in the first place? What can we do about lost and abandoned pets, spaying and neutering, adoptions and other animal issues? Join host Kevin Hoover with guests Kim Class of the Companion Animal Foundation, Ondra Hale, a county animal control officer, a veterinarian and your calls.
Thursday Night Talk regularly airs at 7 pm, listen and call 826-4805 with questions and comments.
For more details on this week's show, see the KHSU News Page
The Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Jacqueline Debets from Humboldt Economic Development, Kevin Hoover, Editor-at-Large for the Mad River Union, Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit and Brenda Starr longtime radio activist. David Cobb, longtime TNT host and former Green Party presidential candidate also hosts occasionally. For descriptions of each night's focus and upcoming topics visit this page.
Thanks for doing your part!
Over 1000 KHSU listeners donated to our Fall Fund Drive
Our amazing group of listeners came together to raise $93,000 this fall.
AND, we signed up 100 new sustaining members!
See some of our thank you gifts here. You can receive a thank you gift by listing it in the comments box when you give online.
KHSU Garberville Signal Changes to 89.9 FM
KHSU's Southern Humboldt signal has changed to 89.9 FM, one "click" away from the former frequency at 89.7. If you have listened to KHSU in Southern Humboldt on 89.7 or 90.5 FM, give 89.9 a try.
Contributing listeners in Southern Humboldt raised funds to retain a KHSU signal in their area and boost KHSU's coverage. The campaign was completed with generous grants from the Monroe Tobin Fund and the John and Barbara Francek Memorial Fund of the Humboldt Area Foundation, the Mel and Grace McLean Foundation and the Garberville Rotary Club.
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