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Accounting, CIS, healthcare, and manufacturing are the in-demand career sectors in north Louisiana according to workforce development experts.  KEDM's Policy and a Pint dug into the subject at an open public forum on workforce issues.

Panelists and audience members agreet that the future of our workforce is children. Panelists fielded many questions about STEM education and the educational foundation being laid by our area educators. 

KEDM Roots Revival has announced the  lineup for our show.  The event is at 7 p.m. Thursday night August 10 at Live Oaks Bar and Ballroom and features many of the areas most prominent musical acts. A $5 cover charge will benefit 90.3 KEDM Public Radio. 

Scheduled to perform are: Doug Duffey, Brian Sivils and Kirby Rambin, Kenny Bill Stinson, Blues Heals, Josh Madden, Amy Schmitt Madden, Toby Trayler , Jig The Alien, Joel Jordon Astro Motel, Twin City Roots,Hadacol Choir, Monty Russell, and General Patterson.

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Electrical work on a leaning power pole will force KEDM Public Radio to stop broadcasting for a few hours on Tuesday morning.  

Entergy crews will change out the utility transformers and pole that serves KEDM and other stations that broadcast from our transmission facility in Fairbanks, Louisiana. During this time KEDM will not broadcast an over the air FM signal. The electrical work will begin around 8 a.m. and should be finished by noon. 

During this time you can continue to listen to KEDM, KEDM HD1, and KEDM HD2 on our website at KEDM.org.

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Local beer fans rejoice. Summer's first craft beer tasting will bring 25 craft beers from outside our area for you to taste and discover. Join us for Craft Festiv-ALE on Thursday, July 20th from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Tonore's Wine Cellar. This special event benefits KEDM Public Radio in partnership with Tonore's.