Half a Pledge Drive (again!)
This fall KHSU is cutting our pledge drive in half, from the usual ten days, down to five.
To help make that happen we need 450 listeners to make a donation to the station before September 24th.
Everyone who contributes early is entered in a special drawing for one of two getaways to the Historic Requa Inn , on the Klamath River including breakfast and dinner for 2 in their dining room. All early birds are also entered in our fall drive drawings, including a grand prize: a $200 gas card.
See complete rules. KHSU Sustainers automatically entered. No donation necessary to enter.
Thursday Night Talk
September 4 - Thursday Night Talk and The California Report present a statewide radio special of the debate between Governor Jerry Brown and his Republican challenger Neel Kashkari.
September 11 - Part 2 on the Humboldt County GMO Ban Initiative Thursday Night Talk on September 11 is hosted by Kevin Hoover and features Dr. Rollin Richmond, genetic scientist and former president of Humboldt State University and Mark Wilson, professor of biology at Humboldt State.
Thursday Night Talk has its own Facebook page. Check it out and become a fan of the page for updates and conversation about TNT.
The Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Kevin Hoover, Editor-at-Large for the Mad River Union, Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit and Brenda Starr longtime radio activist.
HSU Pres Rossbacher Interview Archive
In case you missed it, Through the Eyes of Women interviewed new Humboldt State University President Lisa Rossbacher for a wide ranging interview about her history in science and education, the future of HSU and her role as a female university president. Listen to the archived program here.
Richard Stanewick 1919 - 2014
KHSU has lost a dear friend. Richard Stanewick died peacefully in his Sunnybrae home on Thursday May 22nd. He was 94. Richard hosted the classical music program "Illuminations" and other classical shows on KHSU starting in 1987. He loved music, his wife Phyllis, books and KHSU.
His humor, kindness and love for the KHSU family will never be forgotten.
Willow Creek Signal now 99.9KHSU's Willow Creek signal has changed to 99.9. If you have listened to KHSU in eastern Humboldt and western Trinity and Siskiyou counties on 99.7, you need to change your radio to 99.9. Thank you!
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