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Classic Rock 101 (CFMI)
I wish that you would stop running that condescending ad regarding racism. It's too bad that you feel guilty and privileged but I and many others do not. People of colour are just as racist as you think that white people are. Let's be fair. I really resent always being told that I need to be a certain way that the left woke think we should be. I suspect that the more this bullying is going to take place and the protests, the more people will be inclined to be racist. This may be an issue in the U.S. but Canada is not racist. You should stick to playing music and not feel that you need to judge and instill your views upon us and tell us how we should behave. The lecturing needs to stop.
By: b.J. on June 17, 2020
PLEASE - PLEASE - can you post a song list??? Only rarely do you acknowledge the band or the artist. PLEASE - A play list!!!
By: pat garrett on June 17, 2020
KCBS News 740
Hello. 50 years ago this summer Warner Bros. released our record, "Mill Valley" by Miss Abrams and the Strawberry Point School Third Grade Class. It became an international hit and we appeared in Rolling Stone (we were 18 year-old Annie Liebowitz's first assignment) Life Magazine, Newsweek, on the Smothers Brothers show, and on KCBS, interviewed by the great Ken Ackerman. That interview became part of the CBS Record of the year, narrated by Charles Kuralt. Francis Ford Coppola shot the music video which is on YouTube. So it would be great to have KCBS do a nostalgia piece on the record's 50th anniversary! I can be reached at 415-786-4490. Thanks so much, Rita Abrams
By: Rita Abrams on June 17, 2020
Mix 94.1 (WHBC)
Your radio station plays at work . I enjoy hearing songs from my growing - up years. I was wondering if you ever play cross over music, example for King and Country. They play songs that are relevant to the times....as Christian music is all for now and for all people even if you don't believe . Just a thought I felt called upon to share . Tobey Mac, Switchfoot, and many more. Thanks for reading . Linda
By: LINDA VAN VRANKEN on June 17, 2020
Love your station. Heard it on our way home on a road trip this weekend. Wish I could listen at home in Utah :-)
By: Jennifer on June 17, 2020
Troy University has a program called The Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program that is authorized by the Higher Education Act and is a federal grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education to support student-parents. The goal of CCAMPIS is to increase access to post-secondary education to low-income parents by providing quality, affordable and accessible child care services while they further their education. Is this something we can get published through your station? Is there a cost, and who would I need to contact?
By: Wanda J Etienne on June 17, 2020
Like Harrison has said, this station now appears to play classic music from the 30’s to the 50’s with artists such as Dean Martin and Bing Crosby, and a 60’s song here and there. It’s mainly slower stuff, but Ballad of the Alamo by Marty Robbins did play earlier on this evening. I, like Harrison, was scanning through some stations earlier today on my transistor and heard this music playing. It threw me off as I know this station hasn’t played this kind of music in a very long time. It does seem to be all day and night, has no ads and has weather reports every now and then, I’m assuming this since it’s lower on the band. I’m a fan of this station, I hope it sticks around. The website for the old station information is gone, so I’m assuming someone has taken over the station. Anyhow, you can catch me listening to this station from now on :]
By: Spencer on June 17, 2020
I looooove this station! Too bad I live on the west side of town and dont get signal but every time I go east side, definitely good set of songs! Please get the towers to reach signal on this side of town! 😁
By: Michelle on June 17, 2020
Good morning! My daughter and I locally own the JBF (Just Between Friends of Sherman-Denison) Children's Consignment Sale franchise. We would love for you to help us get the word out letting local moms know about our sale! Our first sale week was June 11-13. As planned (spreading the sale dates out to adjust for complying with Covid-19 restrictions), over 30 of our consignors re-stocked our event on Monday night, June 15th, with hundreds more outdoor toys, bicycles, play equipment and tons more kids clothes in anticipation of round two! The second phase of our summer sale will begin this Thursday, June 18th at First Baptist Church, Denison and run Thursday 6/18 and Friday 6/19 will all newly stocked merchandise; then, Friday from 5-8 pm and Saturday 8am to 4pm all items without a star on the tag will be half price. Again, we will be at First Baptist Church, Denison gym, 601 W. Woodard St. Moms in our community need this sale as kids outgrow things fast. Local families can sell new and gently used items (clothing, toys, baby equipment, maternity, etc) and shop for the same items that they need. It is a semi-annual sale that we host, all the while abiding by the 50% capacity and safety rules and restrictions for our sale. We would love to have you help us advertise our event, helping us get the word out to local families they can shop for 50% to 90% off retail at our sales! Leftover items at the end of the sale are donated to Kid's Closet of Bonham, Texas, helping kids and families less fortunate than ours. Our website with sale details is sherman.jbfsale.com.
By: Melda McCann on June 16, 2020
Good morning! My daughter and I locally own the JBF (Just Between Friends of Sherman-Denison) Children's Consignment Sale franchise. We would love for you to help us get the word out letting local moms know about our sale! Our first sale week was June 11-13. As planned (spreading the sale dates out to adjust for complying with Covid-19 restrictions), over 30 of our consignors re-stocked our event on Monday night, June 15th, with hundreds more outdoor toys, bicycles, play equipment and tons more kids clothes in anticipation of round two! The second phase of our summer sale will begin this Thursday, June 18th at First Baptist Church, Denison and run Thursday 6/18 and Friday 6/19 will all newly stocked merchandise; then, Friday 6/19 from 5-8 pm and Saturday 6/20 8am to 4pm all items without a star on the tag will be half price. Again, we will be at First Baptist Church, Denison gym, 601 W. Woodard St. Moms in our community need this sale as kids outgrow things fast. Local families can sell new and gently used items (clothing, toys, baby equipment, maternity, etc) and shop for the same items that they need. It is a semi-annual sale that we host, all the while abiding by the 50% capacity and safety rules and restrictions for our sale. We would love to have you help us advertise our event, helping us get the word out to local families they can shop for 50% to 90% off retail at our sales! Leftover items at the end of the sale are donated to Kid's Closet of Bonham, Texas, helping kids and families less fortunate than ours. Our website with sale details is sherman.jbfsale.com.
By: Melda McCann on June 16, 2020
Is your station on line and when do you play Bluegass Music?
By: roger buz on June 16, 2020
I have been a long time listener of your fine radio station listening to just the type of music that I love. As I've mentioned in my previous comment, in my opinion, none of the Sirius XM station compares to yours and I still feel that way. I am a long time subscriber to XM Satellite Radio but I only use them when I travel out of your broadcast range. I still have my question of when will you broadcast on XM Radio? I realize there is money involved and many other factors but do you have any plans to broadcast on XM Radio. Do you also need a technician to keep your broadcast 7 x 24? I have noticed just recently, your station did not broadcast for months. I am retired and have some time to spare to help with your station broadcast. I have had an FCC GROLL license since 1986 and I can help maintain your radio equipment on a volunteer basis to keep your broadcast operating 7 x 24. Email me.
By: Pascual Dinong on June 16, 2020
Good morning to all of you all down at the station. My Name is Brian Tuck and I just open up a small business here in South Boston, VA Called Brian's Wash and Fold. and I was hope someone can get the word out about my opening. I have flyers up at all Laundromat Location here in South Boston Just give me a call and or text me at (540) 492-0292and I can come to pick up their dirty Laundry and wash and dry them and have then back in about 3 to 4 hours depending on the size of the order. And I can be reached at email address Ministertuck@icloud.com.
By: Brian LaPrie Tuck on June 15, 2020
Air 1 88.3 (WARA)
Hello, Given the current social distancing guidelines, I believe we are missing a key ingredient in keeping our customers, employees, and loved ones safe. While we are trying to protect the health of those we care about with Masks, Gloves, and Sanitizers, items which Eastman Products carries. Little thought has gone into the cleaning and filtration of the air we breathe. Hospitals know the importance of air filtration and have elaborate whole complex systems that filter and sanitize the air. This call to action is to provide another layer of protection for those around us. Filtration is obviously not the all-in-one solution but certainly deserves attention and should be part of the overall sanitation program in your business. We are generally accustomed to changing our furnace air filters 2or 3 times a year with the cheapest filters we can find from our local DIY store. Obviously, price is a significant factor in the purchase of these filters and is dependent on the filtering media and its efficiency or MERV rating. For consumer use, MERV ratings range from around 5 for a simple fiberglass filter to 13 for High Efficiency Pleated filtration. Manufacturers generally claim filtering material in these ranges remove 80-98% of airborne particulate. Generally speaking, the higher the MERV rating the more expensive the filter is. A local Big Box store is selling a MERV 5 20X25X1 for about $5.00 ea while the same size with a MERV 12 rating is $25.00. Eastman Products now offers a complete line of MERV 13 filters for prompt delivery. In addition to quality filters, we are including a kit consisting of disposable gloves and plastic bags for clean disposal of your spent filters. Just place your dirty filter and gloves inside the bag and seal before you transport this germ laden material thru your offices to the trash bin. Eastman Products is offering an introductory offer for our filter disposal kit of $10.00 off. Another Big Fresh idea from a small company that cares. I am practicing social distancing and can be reached by email at email@example.com. Please visit www.eastmanproducts.com to discover how Eastman Products might serve you. Thank You, Dave Kearns Eastman Products 520 S Post Rd Indianapolis, IN 46239 317 782-8362 firstname.lastname@example.org www.eastmanproducts.com
By: Dave Kearns on June 15, 2020
WPMH Christian Talk Radio 1010
Searching for a program that I listened to today between 4:30 & 5:00 pm. I can't remember who it was. Can you help? Please email me with the name of the program/ministry. I live in St. Louis, Mo. Thank you.
By: Linda Thompson on June 15, 2020
103.3 Amp Radio (WODS)
Since May 28 2020 this station has rebranded as Big 103. An 80s centered format with some 90s and 2000s hits mixed in. The callsign has been changed to WBGB. The new most played artists are Guns and Roses, Journey, Notorious BIG, Pearl Jam and Blink 182 as well as many others.
By: Jay on June 14, 2020
WAAF 107.3 FM
Since February 2020 this station has been 107.3 k love playing Christian contemporary music. The call letters have changed to wkvb. Waaf was a great rock station though the ratings were not great during its last few years. To bad entercom gave up on them.
By: Jay on June 14, 2020
Hello I really need your help on this very important thing. My daughter lives in the Netherlands and right now she is going through a rough time. Her half sister has lung cancer and now 50 tumors in her Brain and she can not afford first class seats for her to come to see her before she dies can someone help her to be able to fly her to the USA before she dies to spend a week with her. Please let me what to do. Karin Barreau
By: Karin Barreau on June 14, 2020
89.7 Power FM (KAWA)
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By: CHELSEA MEDICAL CENTER on June 14, 2020
105.1 The River (WJDX)
Why did you change formats? I liked the river.
By: Terry Sharp on June 14, 2020