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KRWG Public Media has asked listeners to call and share with us how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their lives. To share your story call 575-646-TALK (646-82-55). We may broadcast your message or even follow up for a potential interview. Your voice is important in helping our community understand this crisis better. 


Listener Helps Others Smile During Pandemic

Aug 14, 2020





Courtesy of John Hyndman

KRWG Public Media has invited listeners to share how their life has been impacted by COVID-19. Local musician John Hyndman shared a song he wrote when much of New Mexico's non-essential businesses were closed. New Mexico has started to reopen more non-essential businesses in limited capacity. Anthony Moreno talked with Hyndman recently about the song "We Can't Run New Mexico This Way." 

To share your story call 575-646-TALK, that's 646-8255. KRWG Public Media may broadcast your message or even follow up for a potential interview. 


Talk To KRWG: Caller Says Endurance Is An Important Part of Life

May 22, 2020

KRWG Public Media has set up a dedicated phone number where you can tell us how your life is impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Beverly Denny, a KRWG Listener shares her thoughts on the pandemic and how it has impacted her life. Denny says this moment calls for endurance. 

Call 575-646-TALK (8255) to leave a message on how this pandemic is impacting you.

KRWG Public Media may broadcast your message or follow up for a potential interview. 

Talk To KRWG: Sparky's Employees Continue To Serve

May 19, 2020

  KRWG Public Media has asked listeners to call and share with us how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their lives. 

Teako Nunn and his family own and operate Sparky's Burgers, Barbecue, and Espresso in the Village of Hatch.   Nunn shared his thoughts on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted his business and how his employees have responded. 

To share your story call 575-646-TALK (646-82-55). We may broadcast your message or even follow up for a potential interview. Your voice is important in helping our community understand this crisis better.