As you well know there will be plenty of kids roaming the streets tonight dressed up and excited, going from house to house for their Halloween treats. The last thing on their mind is being safe. Take a few minutes to make sure your kids have some type of reflective tape on their costumes and/or a flashlight to carry with them tonight
Heading out to Carthage, MO today for the second round of district football for the Smith-Cotton Tigers. It's been a fun season watching first-year coach Ryan Boyer make his mark on his team as the Tigers play the 6th ranked team in Class 5 football
As a kid growing up in the 60's, we couldn't wait to put on our Casper masks, tie on our Superman cape, or throw one of mom's good sheets over our head and go as a ghost for Halloween. Most of us had the old brown grocery bags to carry around with us to gather our bounty of goodies
Thursday morning Charlie Kimball, INDYCAR Series driver, joined me on the phone for an interview concerning his diabetes, his diagnosis back in 2007, and how he deals with it today. For more information on how you can keep up with Charlie, both on and off the track, you can follow him on Twitter at @racewithinsulin or at www.RaceWithInsulin
It's always a treat to have cadets come to the radio station to talk about their experiences with the JROTC. Wednesday morning I was lucky enough to have three seniors from Smith-Cotton High School come into the studio to tell us about themselves and what the program has done for them
Not having the opportunity to work with him in the past, I'm looking forward to having Kaleb Fillis back at KIX 105. I served in the 351 SPS at Whiteman AFB from 1978-1982. I was never deployed overseas although my unit was almost sent to a couple of locations due to unrest in other countries
If you've grown up a George Strait fan, you probably know a lot about the entertainer, but here are some things maybe you didn't know. I did a phone interview with him in 1983 when I was working at a radio station in Springfield, Illinois
We have a WINNER in our CMA AWARDS Flyaway Contest….and her name is Amy Fowler….a loyal listener to Townsquare Country Station KKYR in Texarkana! Here's what she won-Roundtrip airfare for winner and guest to Nashville, TN, Two (2) nights hotel stay in Nashville, Two (2) tickets to the 2014 CMA Awards Show, and $500 spending cash
After a 19-12 win over Ruskin Friday Night, Smith-Cotton will move on to the second round of Class 5, District 6 football Halloween night. The Tigers will travel to Carthage to battle the 6-3 Carthage Tigers
Aliens?! No! Kansas City Aviation Department Field Maintenance employee Doug Cartwright took it upon himself to design, cut and paint this tribute to the Kansas City Royals right by KCI Airport. Much of it was done on his own time using his GPS, ingenuity and skill
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