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Came to town from L.A. to visit my folks and discovered this station. Wasn't here when I lived here! Far better than the Jazz station in Los Angeles. Wish I could listen to it online when I go home.
By: Matt on April 10, 2018
This station is a great alternative from the traditional top 40 genre of music. Keep up the good work 92.1!
By: Jerome Wooster Jr on April 10, 2018
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By: Charlene Bennett on April 10, 2018
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By: Linda on April 10, 2018
I hear that Kia Chambers is on the public school board but she sends her child to a private school (Pacelli) in Muscogee County? I question why this is not bigger news. I would think that this would be a major concern for the parents of our students in MCSD. We have a person making decisions that effect a school system that she does not even trust with her own child. I am all for any parent wanting the best for their child and providing the best education money can buy. But I don't think a person that sends their kid to a private school should have ANY say so as to the direction of the public school system. Have concerns about the school system, sure. But to be a decision maker for MCSD, absolutely not. Tony McCool 706-325-3703 www.tonymccool.com
By: Tony McCool on April 10, 2018
SFDRCISD Superintendent Blocks Military Families’ Access to Bus Transportation The San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District (SFDRCISD) issued a cease and desist letter to Brackett Independent School District (BISD) in February 2018, blocking that district’s ability to transport students via bus from Laughlin Air Force Base to Brackettville schools beginning with the 2018-2019 academic year. Despite pleas from military parents urging the districts to sign a memorandum of understanding to continue bus service to Brackettville, the larger school district in Del Rio has dug in its heels against the much smaller school district and refused. Led by DRSFCISD Superintendent Dr. Carlos Rios, the refusal has created a struggle between districts and is causing worry among military families who face logistical, emotional, and, in some cases, financial challenges if bus service from Laughlin to Brackettville is discontinued. Brackettville has provided free bus service to all eligible military children at Laughlin Air Force Base for the past six years. The service has become part of the fabric of the base, and many families choose to live on base at Laughlin exclusively for the bus access it provides to the school system they believe best fits their children’s educational needs. With just less than 650 students in the entire system and a 10:1 student-teacher ratio, along with multiple awards for its English, math, and science programs, these parents believe Brackett ISD gives their children the best learning environment available during their family’s time at Laughlin. The bus currently transports approximately 25 elementary, middle, and high school students to and from Brackettville daily. Many of the children who use this bus would not qualify to attend a new on-base STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) school due to their age. The military and Department of Defense (DOD) families who want to continue educating their children at BISD deserve the ability to maintain the quality of life and continuity of education to which they have become accustomed. They strongly believe this bus service should NOT end. This proposed change also creates a major safety concern for Laughlin parents whose children attend BISD schools. Logistically, the Brackett ISD bus ensures safe and reliable transportation to school on a dangerous highway. As mentioned earlier, the majority of BISD bus students would not attend the on-base STEM school because it will serve kindergarten through fifth grade only. As a result, these students would be forced to either drive themselves if they are of driving age, or be taken to and from school by their parents. With the change in transportation policy, many newly licensed drivers would make a daily commute to and from school on US Highway 90. Additionally, if the SFDRCISD is successful in blocking bus service between Laughlin and Brackettville, many parents would be forced to dramatically alter work schedules and face such troubling choices as whether to move to a new home or even resign employment. All to accommodate a major life change thrust upon them by SFDRCISD so their children can simply go to school where they’ve been going the entire time they and their families have lived at Laughlin. In another blow to local military families, SFDRCISD has proclaimed that all current bus service to nearby Ruben Chavira Elementary will also end as a result of the on-base STEM school. A handful of military parents have already faced an undue burden and moved off base to ensure their children will not be forced to change elementary schools during their parent’s assignment at Laughlin. Laughlin Air Force Base has a significant economic impact on the city of Del Rio. The base and the town have long enjoyed a strong relationship on many levels. That’s why the military families served by Brackett’s bus service feel shocked, puzzled, and betrayed by the actions of the local school district. The only hope for these Laughlin military parents to maintain safe transportation from their homes on base to school in Brackettville is the arrangement of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SFDRCISD and BISD. This MOU would allow for a single BISD bus to service Laughlin AFB for the 2018-2019 school year. This arrangement would require the SFDRCISD Board of Directors to override the decisions made by Superintendent Rios to repair the damage they will surely impose upon Laughlin AFB families, and the long-standing good relationship between the Air Force Base and the community. Please join us in demanding that the SFDRCISD do the right thing, without delay, for the best interests of the children whose parents protect our very rights to draft and submit our concerns to you today. Don’t allow our military dependents to become a pawn in whatever local game is being played. Let our sons and daughters maintain some sense of continuity and consistency during their time at Laughlin. Keep that bus to Brackett rolling!
By: LAFB BISD BUS PARENTS on April 10, 2018
what's up with your power, we cant hear you over here in Va. anymore
By: cd wallace on April 10, 2018
I know this is too early but I am now at work and not able to make calls Is the Ringo Starr song of the day You'er Sixteen> Please let me know if I am right. And if I can win this way ....My husband loves Ringo and this would be a great anniversary present. Nancy Gapp
By: Nancy Gapp on April 10, 2018
We miss KLove radio! Will you be back???
By: Sarah Gonzalez on April 10, 2018
I thought it was punk radio :( I'm more of a punk rock person, rather than more classic rock. The rays game thing gets in the was though. I love MCR so if you could play them a little bit that would make my day!! :)
By: Evelina on April 10, 2018
Love the music, is there a play list? If so how do find jt?
By: Tom Johnson on April 9, 2018
I wanted to see if you could broadcast a Benefit we are having on Saturday May 19th 2018 at West Milford Farm. It is to help with a family that lost everything in a fire on March 14th. there were five children inside the house. Two are currently still in the hospital. The eight year old is at Scottish Rite and the 1 year old is in Ohio at the shiner hospital. The family lost everything in the fire and have been separated since then. We are having a benefit to help them rebuild their home. Its Saturday May 19th at West Milford Farm 7838 Ball Ground Rd Cumming Ga 30028. We will have music, BBQ, homemade ice cream and raffles. If tou have any questions please contact Jessica at 404-483-9485. Thank you for helping us get the word out.
By: Jessica Charles on April 9, 2018
Tenor Jonathan Antoine announces 1st Solo Debut Concert in the USA! A Once in a Generation Voice - Jonathan Antoine, at just 23 years of age, has had two number one charting classical albums and recorded four studio albums. Jonathan has been delighting audiences in England and other parts of Europe, working with such world-class artists as; Placido Domingo, David Foster, and Rolando Villazon to name but a few. With repertoire ranging from exquisitely rich Puccini Arias, through the emotional contemporary songwriting of Leonard Cohen, moving Musical Theatre pieces from Les Misérables and beyond, his love of music and artistry shines through any genre he chooses to explore. Jonathan takes you on a journey through not only the history of music but his own personal history, allowing for a deep, musical connection. This young man’s stage presence and ability to convey emotions in song will leave you breathless. Listen to this extraordinary young man he will astonish you click on link yout.be/WgUf2X57Qdl https://www.jonathanantoineofficial.com/so/7M8m6W8A?cid=83883826-3e3f-4a9d-8dd6-e314e09aefb5®ion=62d5c757-f3d5-48b0-aa57-6621a24e210c#/main
By: Haydee De Ruggiero on April 9, 2018
Can you tell me the name and the artists on the Blues song that you played about 1200 noon on Monday April 9. I think it was "Sure can't trust a woman" but there are several different songs with this name. One of the artists sounded like David Maxwell with an New Orleans singer as well. Love your radio station song choices!
By: Lyndi McDonald on April 9, 2018
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By: Rein-Bow Riding Academy on April 9, 2018
Congratulations on your recent format change to “cool oldies”. You must be proud to know that you have eliminated one of the last vestiges of album oriented rock left on the planet. 106 is now an indistinguishable speck in the mindless and repetitive borg that is corporate radio. There goes the last DJ.
By: Doug on April 9, 2018
What is your number on air. Call in to request a song
By: Noelia bazan on April 9, 2018
You must talk to Candice E. Cox, LCSW. She's fun. She's inspiring. She has solutions to the challenges faced by many K-12 kids. For many children — Life is traumatizing and the world seems kind of crazy and unsafe. Technology has been replaced "Hanging Out" and being heard. Candice is a licensed therapist, author, and speaker who has helped many people turn their chaotic lives into KHAOS: Keep Healing And Overcoming Struggle. She does this with dynamic character-development programs designed to reduce negative behavior typically demonstrated by adolescents with poor social and coping skills To book an interview, contact: Fran Briggs. Publicist to Candice E. Cox/ 718.314.0995
By: Fran Briggs on April 8, 2018
Love the oldies on Sunday afternoon . Just found it , use to listen to WARA when it was in Attleboro. Do you do the oldies every Sunday , and if so what are the hours ! Thanks for bringing back the memories of the Greatest Decade of music ever , the 60s !!
By: Stanley Perkoski on April 8, 2018
I wish they would not turn the power of the signal down so much at night, can’t hear you in Lebanon after dark.
By: Ken MacCutcheon on April 8, 2018