Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving

From all of us from Eagle 98.7, Happy Thanksgiving

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Eagle 98.7-Serving Valencia County

Special Thanks to our Valencia County Listeners.  We are going to continue covering Valencia County on Eagle 98.7.  We are going to serve Valencia County More than ever.

Thanks for listening to Eagle 98.7 and on line at

Albuquerque Listeners

Eagle 98.7 would like to thank our Albuquerque listeners for the past 6 1/2 years.  Sadly 98.1 translator has been sold and we will no longer be broadcasting on 98.1 in Albuquerque.  You can listen to us on line right here, iTunes, iPhone and more options coming soon.

Thank you Albuquerque for listening and supporting Eagle 98.7.

We are going to continue to broadcast on Eagle 98.7 in Belen/Los Lunas.  We are going to be more involved in our Community in Valencia County.  More Public Service Announcements, More Local News, Sports Updates and more.

Friday, March 8, 2013

Enjoy Oldies Where ever you are

Enjoy the oldies where ever you are.  Just listen to Eagle 98 on line right here.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Eagle 98 Streaming Will Be Back

Streaming of Eagle 98 should be back later today. Thank you for your patience.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Joy Junction Needs Our Help!

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Joy Junction, New Mexico's largest emergency homeless shelter, has an unexpected challenge with its laundry needs after a weekend fire destroyed its laundry room.

The burned area housed machines used for doing the shelter's "house" laundry. That's sheets and blankets used for the as many as 118 overnight guests who make use of Joy Junction's services on a daily basis.

With two sheets and a blanket provided for each person, on average that adds up to about 236 sheets and 118 blankets washed each night.

Tuesday afternoon a couple of local hotels reached out to Joy Junction with a helping hand. For a few weeks, Albuquerque's Residence Inn North and the Baymont Inn and Suites will allow Joy Junction use of their commercial washers and dryers as the shelter works on coming up with a permanent solution. The hotels will alternate use of their facilities.

Joy Junction Founder and CEO Dr. Jeremy Reynalds said, "I am so grateful to the managers of these two hotels. What a blessing to have members of the business community reach out in this way."

Reynalds said, "This is, of course, a temporary solution. We still need to work on a new building and commercial washers and dryers. I am hoping the community will reach out in the same generous fashion that has allowed us to help the homeless here for more than 26 years."

Joy Junction houses as many as 300 people nightly, and feeds as many as 16,000 meals a month between its South Valley shelter and its mobile feeding unit The Lifeline of Hope.

For more information go to or call (505) 217-9586.