KIXE is proud to bring the First Nations Experience channel to Northern California. FNX will start broadcasting in October and will be available on our 9.3 Channel every day from 9am-7pm. We’re excited to bring you programming that showcases the lives of Native American and Indigenous people around the world. You’ll have the chance to learn and explore through cooking and arts programs, documentaries, drama series and much more. Click the FNX graphic above to learn more. In addition to our main KIXE Channel and World/FNX we proudly also offer Create-TV on our 9.2 Channel. Create-TV is full of lifestyle programs covering a wide range topics including: cooking, crafting, travel, woodworking and home improvement.
The next KIXE TV Board Meeting
will be on Thursday,Dec. 8th, 2016
at 3:00pm at the station.
The grave of eight month old Charles Brownstein was eventually named a historic landmark- but the journey to that status was not an easy one. It is the story of a family making an arduous two day journey so their young son could receive Jewish burial rights, and have his final resting place be in consecrated ground. It is also a sad story of vandalism and neglect. It is also one with a happy ending- a community rallying to preserve its history. State highways have literally been moved to honor the sacredness of little Charles' final resting place.