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They're not playing our saviors music because of political carp or Isis is running the station....MAKES ME SICK IN MY STOMICH AND HEART. ILL NOT LISTEN ANYMORE AS WELL!!
By: phyllis on December 14, 2018
NESECITO AYUDA DE TODOS USTEDES PARA ENCONTRARA A UNA PERSONA QUE VIVE EN AMARILLO TX YO VIVO EN CHICAGO COMO PUEDO YO ENCOBTRAR AYDA AQUI
By: Jorge on December 14, 2018
I love your variety of music. The rap music I try to listen to it but some I can't even can't understand what there saying. But its fair to say that all walks of life are welcome to your music playing. And it is Gods love for us to love all neighbors n be fair as you are doing. I attend church read bible and try to change the bad things I do as well as b positive not negative not judgemental. So that is y it is a fair radio station n its ok if I don't listen to the rap music at times. I was born in the 60s . so I like 70s country, pop from then Christian instrumental. . But thank you for your work to bring pleasure to all people. God bless you and Merry Christmas to your staff and family. Keep on playing.
By: Betty Hines on December 14, 2018
After years of listening, I’m starting to not listen very much to kalw public radio. It has radicalized too much to the liberal, left wing and constantly biased in an obvious obsession of anti Trump agenda and political correctness. Never even a debate eg about “global warming” between expert scientists from BOTH sides. Or no interviews with a true conservative like Rush LIMBAUGH, Mark Levin, Michael Savage, Sean Hannity etc unedited or not out of content. It’s very anti Israel not telling the full story. Such propaganda is not good. Aaron Seruya San Francisco
By: Aaron Seruya on December 13, 2018
Does this station always have to use the term Women of Color when speakongof lower income women... I am from Texas , been here for 4weeks and amazed by your Regressive format.
By: Greg johnson on December 13, 2018
Jim Albright was cut due to budget cuts (there's an article on it). Politically his show wasn't very informative but he was entertaining when he read local news and commented. I'm sure he'll land somewhere and I'll tune in. There isn't much use for WHLO now they don't do any local programming. Everything WHLO has I can get anywhere.
By: Mike on December 13, 2018
Hi I found your station channel on the radio this morning, by accident, as I was driving to work. I liked what I heard and kept listening until I got to work. I loved the old school country western songs that played, nothing like today's country. Also, I enjoyed learning about Johnny Paycheck and his getting arrested for having sex with a 12 year old. Crazy stuff out there Thanks for playing the tunes
By: Di Trenier on December 13, 2018
There was a report on the air today … December 13th - very early around 5 AM that featured a report about learning with an interview of a US Army officer crawl - walk -- run.
By: John on December 13, 2018
Your signal is terrible just 5 miles out of town. Whats going on?
By: David Jose on December 13, 2018
When are you coming to Tampa Bay?
By: James McTiernan on December 13, 2018
CONTACT: Cameron Minter Communications Manager Community Action Council Phone: 859-244-2247 Cameron.firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Community Action Council is the New Head Start Grantee for Eight-County Service Area in South Central Kentucky; Retains Over 100 Jobs LEXINGTON, KY. – December 12, 2018 – Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison, and Nicholas Counties, Inc. (the Council) announced today that it has been awarded a federal grant through a competitive grants process to provide Head Start and Early Head Start services for children and families with low income in the counties of Clark, Estill, Garrard, Jackson, Laurel, Madison, Powell, and Rockcastle beginning on January 1, 2019. This grant award—totaling over $8.5 million dollars a year for five years—will enable the Council to operate a comprehensive program to meet the needs of children and families, through direct management of high-quality early childhood education services as well as partnership with local community-based early childhood education providers and local education systems. The Council received support for its grant application from members of Congress. “I was proud to support the Community Action Council in its work for Kentucky’s vulnerable children and families,” said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who contacted the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on his constituents’ behalf. “With additional resources for personnel, equipment, and facilities, this grant will help deliver comprehensive early-educational services to over 700 children in the Commonwealth. In total, Head Start programs are building a strong foundation for the future successes of more than 15,000 young Kentuckians. Supporting our children in their educational development from an early age is a top priority, and I am very pleased to see this much-needed funding going towards such an important cause.” “The Community Action Council does excellent work supporting young children and their families through the Head Start program, and I was proud to support their efforts to secure this grant,” said Congressman Brett Guthrie. “With over fifty years of experience and a track record of providing excellent early child development services, I knew that the Community Action Council would be a great choice to expand its services into the Second District. I congratulate the Council on receiving this competitive grant, and I look forward to seeing how this grant will help improve the lives of young Kentuckians.” “Offering our children a strong educational foundation in the early stages of life lays the groundwork for future success,” said Congressman Barr. “For this reason, I was proud to support the Community Action Council’s grant to provide early educational services to hundreds of children in our area. This grant will give the Community Action Council the resources they need to help build a foundation for our future generations, and I applaud the Council for the great work they do for children and their families throughout the Commonwealth.” While this is a new grant award for the Council, children and families in these counties have been receiving Head Start and Early Head Start services from Kentucky River Foothills Development Council, Inc. (KRFDC Inc.); these services will conclude on December 31, 2018. As of this week, the Council—with the assistance of officials from KRFDC Inc.—is reaching out to current Head Start staff, families and community stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition of program operations for all involved, and to maintain continuity of services for the children and families. The Council is committed to quickly hiring over 100 current Head Start and Early Head Start teachers, family and support staff so they will be ready once the program returns from its winter break at the beginning of 2019. Between now and then, the Council will continue to work closely with officials from KRFDC Inc. and those designated by the Office of Head Start in Atlanta, Georgia to implement its program transition plan. This transition plan includes hosting job fairs in the named counties to recruit, interview and on-board program staff. The Council will also host community forums to answer questions, address any concerns, and provide support to all families and stakeholders. The Council’s plan is designed to minimize disruption for children and families who are already receiving Head Start services in these communities, as well as for current Head Start program staff and partners. The Council has a long, storied history of operating Head Start in the state of Kentucky. When the Council first opened its doors in 1965, Head Start was its very first program. Since that time, the Council has expanded its operations to include Early Head Start, providing services to children birth through two years of age and their families, as well as pregnant women. In the early 2000s, the Council became the statewide program operator for Kentucky’s Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Program, which serves children from farmworking families. With the new award, the Council now operates Head Start, Early Head Start, and/or Migrant and Seasonal Head Start in 19 counties across Kentucky. “We are excited to bring our Head Start knowledge and expertise to the children and families of south-central Kentucky, and to collaborate with other agencies who are providing early childhood education and comprehensive services in these eight counties,” said Sharon Price, the Council’s Head Start Director. “The Council believes that by investing in early childhood development, and affording all children the opportunity to grow into their full potential as individuals and as members of society, we all will reap great rewards in the future. We are pleased to have this opportunity to work alongside stakeholders who are invested in these communities to make that happen.” The Council’s Board of Directors also welcomes the expansion of its services. “The Board of Directors are delighted to support the Council’s staff to bring its Head Start and Early Head Start services to the children and families in these counties,” said current Board Chair Michele C. Lee. “We know our staff and leadership have the experience, expertise and dedication to operate a top-quality comprehensive program that best meets the needs of families in these communities.” This grant has been awarded from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Head Start. Community Action Council for Lexington-Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Inc. prevents, reduces and eliminates poverty among individuals, families and communities through direct services and advocacy. The Council works alongside over 26,000 participants annually to create opportunities for individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency as they move along the pathway out of poverty. ###
By: Cameron Minter on December 13, 2018
A lot of wonderful comments. Not much new that I can say that hasn't been said. Great station, great idea, and keep the 1950's and 1960's music only. 1970's through 2000 music is everywhere else and doesn't need to be included.
By: Scott Browne on December 13, 2018
Will you be broadcasting the Corvallis vs North Salem boys basketball game on Friday, December 14?
By: Ted Johnson on December 13, 2018
I have enjoyed your Christmas🎄 music so much Ive never heard so mant beautiful songs in my 59 years here on earth Thank you very much
By: Hope Kidwell on December 13, 2018
Thank you for the Christmas music. We are thoroughly enjoying it.
By: Pat and Bette Florio on December 12, 2018
Live outside Leesburg, Fl. about 75 miles from SKY station in Gainsville. I get mostly static.
By: Ray on December 12, 2018
Hello, I was wanting to get on the radio with our church services and or a 30 minute segment devotional each week. I didn't know if that was possible or not? Thanks!
By: Philip Lyon on December 12, 2018
I look forward to listening to KC and Ross in the morning I never make comments like this on websites but wanted to say so because I was surprised at how many people commented on here about how boring the show is without Carmen. I used to listen back when Carmen was on the show and had started listening less and less right before she left. At first I enjoyed when they would banter, but toward the end it seemed like everyone was miserable to be there and she always seemed so distracted and unprepared, and her rants were just that... rants. It became a lot of arguing back and forth that I just didn't enjoy. I stumbled back onto the show after Carmen left and have begun enjoying it immensely. I like that KC takes a very thoughtful perspective and doesn't just rant left or right because he wants to. It seems to think for himself and I appreciate his perspective. I like his interactions with Ross and I enjoy all the strange news stories that he spends time scouring the web for. Keep up the great work KC and Ross!
By: Christa on December 12, 2018
To Whom It May Concern: This email is an inquiry; do you follow the FCC Rule for public announcement? I am representing the Lakeshore Toastmaster Club and I’m asking you, for a public announcement in the rotation at your radio station for the following: Our Club is located at Grand Haven Community Baptist Church 1140 Park Street. We meet every Wednesday from 6:30 until 8:00. Our website is Lakeshoretoastmasters.com. Our purpose is for “…individuals to develop oral communication and leadership skills for self growth…” What are the possibilities for having the public announcement, please reply. We welcome you to attend our meetings, please, for your own experiences. We appreciate you for reviewing this email and your support. Sincerely, Ulis Ellis
By: Ulis Ellis on December 12, 2018
Recently found your stAtion where I live in Cedar Grove,NJ!! Spool glad I did!! Love the music and the. Station. Thank you!!
By: Anne C Rush Phillips on December 12, 2018