Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sun, Dec. 15

HHS 'Teen Show' returns to KUYI

Paul Quamahongnewa interviews Coach Harvey Honyouti on the KUYI “Teen Show” (Photo by Stan Bindell/Observer).

Paul Quamahongnewa interviews Coach Harvey Honyouti on the KUYI “Teen Show” (Photo by Stan Bindell/Observer).

POLACCA-The Hopi High School Teen Show is back on KUYI radio.

The Hopi High Teen Show airs from 2-2:30 p.m. each Thursday on KUYI 88.1 FM.

During the teen show, students from the Hopi High radio class interview teachers, coaches, administrators, students and community members. Those wanting to air an issue can call in at (928) 738-5111, extension 241.

Traci Talahytewa and Paul Quamahongnewa have returned to the class.

The new radio class members are Austin Coochyamptewa, Faith Gonnie, Johnetta Honie, Fawn Lomakema, Povi Lomayaoma, Natasha Naha, Erica Namoki, Stephanie Wing and Kyi David.

Hopi High also calls news briefs into KINO in Winslow and can be heard at noon.

The Hopi High radio class elected its officers. The new officers are President Traci Talahytewa, Vice President Fawn Lomakema, Secretary Johnetta Honie, Treasurer Erica Namoki, Chief Fundraiser Faith Gonnie, Chief Program Manager Povi Lomayaoma and KINO Editor Austin Coochyamptewa.

The radio class is raising funds to attend the National Federation of Community Broadcasters Conference in March in Atlanta, Ga.

Donations can sent to Hopi High Radio Class, P.O. Box 337, Keams Canyon, 86042 or telephone (928) 738-5111, extension 241.

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