Remembering Gallup’s Lisa Romero-Muniz, who died in Las Vegas shooting

October 13, 2017

Audio excerpts of remembrances from GMCS officials, friends, and family of Lisa Romero-Muniz, who died in a mass shooting during a Las Vegas country music concert.

Lisa's family has a crowdfunding campaign underway in order to raise funds for her children's education, at:


Stalking the Herd’s Christopher O’Brien, to be at UFO Film Fest

October 13, 2017

KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with author Christopher O'Brien, who writes about the phenomenon of animal mutilations in his book, "Stalking the Herd", and will present at the UFO Film Fest taking place October 21 and 22, 2017, in Gallup's El Morro Theatre.


Navajo Codetalker Thomas H. Begay at Gallup PSS meeting 9/17/17

September 21, 2017

Navajo Codetalker, linguist, and actor, Thomas H. Begay, with assistance from his eldest son, Ronald, spoke at the September 17, 2017 meeting of Gallup's Plateau Sciences Society, relating matters such as stories from his military service, his love of language, acting in "Legends From the Sky".  Mr. Begay also appears on p.42 of the current issue of "Indian" the publication of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI).

Mr. Begay, a 5th Marines Navajo Code Talker, wrote the foreword for the book, "Voices of Victory, and was a guest at Author Catherine Ritch’s home for several Veteran’s Day events in her home state of NC during November of 2015. He spoke and appeared at a number of 2016 Veteran’s Day events and presentations in Washington, D.C., and was publicly recognized in D.C. by President Barack Obama during Native American Month. At age 94, he still walked the 4-mile parade route of the 2017 Fiesta Bowl Parade, an event in which he appears annually.


KGLP’s 25th Year - 1st Station Manager with Current 1

September 19, 2017

In celebrating KGLP's 25th year of broadcast, with our Silver Anniversary in September 2017, current KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks by phone with KGLP's first Station Manager, Frank Sundram, who helped get the station on the air in September of 1992.  Frank describes the early days of KGLP, his experiences with the people of the Gallup area, and how important that time was in his life.


Gallup NM NorthFest planned for September 15 2017

September 1, 2017

Planners of the upcoming September 15, 2017 "North Fest" celebration at UNM-Gallup's North Campus, 425 North 7th Street, Northwest of the corner of West Maloney and 7th, talk about what to expect - the event includes participation by several local and regional organizations:

Celebrate Gallup's Northside community at the first annual "NorthFest" on Friday, September 15th from 10am - 3pm at UNM-Gallup North Campus. 
Join gallupARTS , UNM-Gallup's North Campus , ATD-Fourth World and the NM Aging and Long-term Services Department to create art, make books, share stories, break bread, decorate the street and have fun with the entire family. 
This event is free and open to the public, and is being generously sponsored by District 1 Councilor Linda Garcia. 
For questions or more information, contact gallupARTS at or 505-488-2136



UNMG’s Ingham-Chapman Gallery upcoming events

September 1, 2017

KGLP's Trey Chavez speaks with John Zimmerman, director of UNM-Gallup's Ingham-Chapman Gallery, about upcoming events happening September 6, 2017 through November.


Charity Invitational 21 - funding new RMCHCS Wellness Center

September 1, 2017

KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Ina Burmeister, CEO of the Western Health Foundation and Development Director for Rehoboth McKinley Christian Healthcare Services, about Charity Invitational 21, in the second year of fundraising for the new Wellness Center.




8/31/17 Groundbreaking for Gallup Solar Farm project

September 1, 2017

Full audio of the August 31, 2017 groundbreaking ceremony for the Gallup Solar Farm, a new 10 Megawatt Solar Energy Facility that is in the early stages of construction near the Allison Bridge project.  Speakers included Gallup Mayor Jackie McKinney, city councilors, contracters, and other city officials.  Photos and more at:


Interview with Jeff Carr, Candidate for NM Lt. Gov.

August 25, 2017

KGLP Station Manager Rachel Kaub speaks with Jeff Carr, a Democrat running for New Mexico's office of Lieutenant Governor (the primary is to take place on June 5, 2018.)

Candidate statement from his website,

I currently live in Eagle Nest, NM with my wife. My wife and I are both teachers. My daughter graduated from NMSU and is currently communications director for the NM American Federation of Teachers. I have taught history for 26 years, worked as a Stock Broker, Commercial Insurance Agent, and Nuclear Weapons Specialist in the USAF and a Combat Heavy Engineer Platoon Leader in the US Army National Guard as a Captain. I have a BA and MA in History from Louisiana Tech University, a BA in Social Studies Education and 45 Hours of additional graduate work in Education Administration. I am a certified teacher in Social Studies, Language Arts, Performing Arts, Coaching and Administration. I was a Municipal Judge and Mayor Pro Tem where I live in Eagle Nest, I ran for State Senate in 2008, and I have served in the NM Public Education Commission 2009-2017. I am a Red Cross Volunteer, guitarist, singer, hiker and I am active in politics for the primary purpose of improving the state of New Mexico to provide a better life for us all and a better future for our children.

I felt it important to explain to everyone what I mean when I use the word 'progressive'. I use that term as it came out of the 19th century.

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I grew up in the country and I have many wonderful memories of hiking through the back country observing nature and basking in the solitude and at the same time feeling one with all of it. I had a trusted dog named Sue as my companion. I still love to hike and now I have my wife and a ne (show all)

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August 2017 press conference RE impact of cutting National Monuments

August 18, 2017

KGLP recorded a Conference Call for August 18, 2017 air, that included New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, a Utah business owner, a New Mexico hunter and taxidermist, a Nevada artist and Las Vegas Paiute Tribe member, a Utah military veteran and Navajo leader, and an Arizona conservationist about the personal and local impacts that would be felt if Trump takes action to undo or undermine protections for national monuments. A public lands legal expert also took questions.

More than 2.7 million people have submitted comments in support of America’s national monuments, including local residents whose way of life and livelihood depend on these protected public lands. Following an Executive Order from President Trump, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is required to deliver a final report by August 24 detailing the future of more than two dozen national monuments, from Maine to California.

Participants in the Press Conference Call included:

· Hector H. Balderas, New Mexico Attorney General – Attorney General Balderas is a strong advocate of Río Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks national monuments. He has contacted Sec. Zinke about the legal aspects of the monuments and to underscore the overwhelming support for the two national monuments, and their cultural, recreational and economic benefits to NM.

· Fawn Douglas, Las Vegas Paiute Tribe - A former tribal councilwoman and native artist, Douglas has traveled to DC numerous times to lobby for the initial protections for Gold Butte National Monument (NV), a land sacred to local tribes.

· Joe Sheehey, Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society and bighorn sheep hunter, Tucson, AZ - Due to national monument status and Sheehey’s efforts, the Bighorn Sheep population is flourishing enough for hunting, and transplanting once-threatened sheep to other parts of their historic range.

· Blake Spaulding, co-owner of Hell’s Backbone Grill at Boulder Mountain Lodge, Boulder, UT - Neighboring Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument is vital to the local economy and her thriving restaurant business. Without it, her 50-employee business might not survive.

· Fernando Clemente, wildlife biologist, local taxidermist, and avid sportsman, Las Cruces, NM - As President of the Board of the Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, Clemente advocates for the vital role large connected lands play in protecting habitat for wildlife. He recently met with Secretary Zinke in Las Cruces. **NOTE:Clemente is available for Spanish-language interviews.

· Davis Filfred, Navajo Nation Council Delegate, Aneth, UT – A staunch supporter of Bears Ears National Monument, Filfred is a U.S. Marine Corp veteran who served in the Persian Gulf War, and a former Navajo Tribal Police officer.