Basic Radio Station Information
KHVN 970 AM
City of License:
Fort Worth, TX
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
Mortenson (Mortenson Broadcasting Co. Of Texas, Inc.)
KHVN is an AM radio station broadcasting at 970 KHz. The station is licensed to Fort Worth, TX and is part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX radio market. The station airs gospel programming and goes by the name "Heaven 97" on the air. KHVN is owned by Mortenson.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
Listener Comments and Reviews
I love to start my day with Heaven 97's Morning show with Yolanda Adams, I would like to listen at home through the internet station is that possible? I keep my car radio tuned in to Heaven 97 all through out the day when ever I go out. The daily programs are great! me and my Mom love that there is a radio staioned continually focussed on the christian Community, its Great when you don't/can't get out much. Please E-mail me if there is a way to tune in through the internet~ Thanks and May God continue Blessing Your station~ Sharla Wilson
By: Sharla wilson on August 29, 2011
yes I love the talk show Yolanda Adams. minister I heard her one day if you have a talent use it .well I\' am a song writer and sing god gave me three talent that need to be heard. singer god gave me gift to heal play instrument to write Yolanda help I better use or it will take away god waiting for me to start I would like for you to here my song Ms Yolanda I still pray for you and the rest of the crew may god bless you all MJ
By: MARIE JONES on February 7, 2014
When Bro Joe was alive he often played a version of Jesus Keep me near the Cross that I loved...Does anyone know the author or group of that version?
By: Samith Hill on May 19, 2014
Peeved Parents Protest
Harmony School of Nature Public Charter School
Friday April 24, 2015
April 24, 2015 Dallas, Texas – Peeved Parents of students at Harmony School of Nature will express their frustration to a low quality of education and their children’s Civil Rights being violated by the complete disregard of the (IDEA) Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1975. The student’s Federally protected right to a (FAPE) Free and Appropriate Public Education is being ignored because Teachers routinely choose to not follow the 504 Plans or (IEP) Individualized Education Program of the students with disabilities and the Administrators are burying their heads in the sand on the matter. A demonstration in protest of these discriminatory acts (these unjust or prejudicial treatments) will be held Friday April 24, 2015 from 2:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. at Harmony School of Nature - 8120 W. Camp Wisdom Rd, Dallas, TX 75249.
A Free Appropriate Public Education is an educational right of children with disabilities here in the United States that is guaranteed by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This means that students with a disability are entitled to an education that is tailored to their learning level or exceptionality. Additionally, that law states that ”no qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any such entity.
Even though the Law protects the students’ right, Harmony Public Charter Schools has systematically permitted its teachers to blatantly violate their rights. The teachers do not follow the students’ plans. This hinders the learning process of the students with disabilities that need these alternative methods, modifications, or accommodations to learn. Most times the plans simply call for additional time or shortened assignments. But the lack of these modifications and accommodations cause the students to become overwhelmed, struggle with their assignments, fail classes, and fail the State Tests. Furthermore, the Administration has ignored parent concerns and even played a part in suppressing complaints and driving students away.
On Friday parents will take a stand against this heinous violation of Civil Rights. On Friday parents will take a stand for their children’s education and their children’s future. On Friday the parents will protest Harmony’s discrimination against students with learning disabilities.
By: Morgan Lyles on April 22, 2015
I would love to work for your station. I have my BA in communications from Temple University. When I did my internship at jazz station in Philadelphia I knew my voice belongs on radio. I've been procrastinating and since I listen to this station I would love to bring my talents
By: Sharonda Adams on May 4, 2017
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