Good morning! Yateeh abini!!! To all the Dine KTNN speakers, thank you for being there for our radio station. My husband & I wake up every morning looking forward to turn on our radio to listen to Dee Yazzie on her teaching on how we should take care of our children and elders and other important teaching we need from others on our guidance and teaching on speaking our Dine language..thank u for sharing your teachings and native storys...
My comment is about radio announcer Dee Yazzie on k.t.n.n. radio in Early morning talks about elders teachings .Yeah sure.we understand. she (dee) starts to get Emotional and continues to go on and on. and could continue playing music. I think she needs to ease down and focus on music ,news etc. Also whats up with this rushing thru weather info in both English and Native Language so fast you cant even catch info..lol
Listen to ktnn in morning all day
Nice listening to the music
Listening in Chicago Illinois. It's good to hear the language. Takes me home every night
My name is Ida. I am a Navajo Native, originally from Crystal, N.M. I'm listening to the funeral announcement from Odessa, Tx. I appreciate KTNN for all their hard work in putting all their informative news together for the public. Your doing a very good job, even with the music, and live broadcast. I listen to your station all the time, when I'm on the reservation. GREAT JOB KTNN!! Have another good year ...
Listening from Willits in northern California (120 mi. north of SF). Thanks for sharing your voices!