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Black Hills State University
KBHU is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Spearfish, SD. The station broadcasts Alternative/College Radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
If you place free bulletins/public announcements for non profits on your station,willl you please add this:
The Black Hills Art Association's 54th. Annual Art Show and Sale will take place at Hudson Hall in Spearfish, South Dakota on September 23-25, 2016. Hudson Hall is located at 222 West Hudson Street.
Admission is free and show hours are Saturday from 10-4 and Sunday 10-3. Free coffee and cookies will be served both days.
Come and enjoy an amazing display of artwork by local artists.
Many pieces will be available for purchase, and the public is invited to purchase raffle tickets to win donated art work to help support the association's annual scholarship for art students at Black Hill State University.
Black Hills Art Association
By: Carmen Dolen on September 6, 2016
If you do announcements for free public events, we would appreciate mention of this: RAPID CITY -- Organizers invite area citizens to join in a nationwide day of protest Monday, February 20, from noon to 1 p.m. at West Memorial Park, on the northwest corner of Omaha and Eighth Streets. The local event, inspired by the overwhelming response to the Women’s March in January, is one of hundreds around the country on February 20, expressing resistance to the roll back of protections for minorities, immigrants, women, children, and the environment. All are welcome.
By: Suzanne Martley on February 9, 2017
Dear KBHU Radio:
I am e-mailing the following announcement to you in the hope that you will inform your Spearfish listeners of this opportunity for poets. We want to reach all qualified poets who wish to apply for the position of South Dakota Poet Laureate during the next term.
Norma C. Wilson, Secretary
South Dakota State Poetry Society
Candidates Sought for SD Poet Laureate, 2019-23
July 23, 2018
On June 30, 2019, the four-year term of South Dakota Poet Laureate Lee Ann Roripaugh will end. The SD State Poetry Society has been given the responsibility by SD statute 1-22-7 of nominating a candidate to the governor who will be appointed poet laureate. The term of office begins July 1, 2019. The new SD Poet Laureate will be celebrated at the 2019 Festival of Books in Deadwood and will serve until June 30, 2023. Candidates for the position must be residents of South Dakota and must have written and published poetry of recognized merit.
The SDSPS will accept applications for the position between November 1 and December 1, 2018.
Applicants should e-mail the following two documents as attachments to SDPLapplications@gmail.com:
1. A letter of application to the SD State Poetry Society that outlines intended activities, projects, programs, and/or other ideas for the promotion and celebration of poetry across the state.
2. A resumé or curriculum vitae.
In the body of your e-mail, send contact information, including telephone number, e-mail and mailing address.
For further information, contact SDSPS President, Bruce Roseland, (605) 436-6770 or email@example.com.
By: Norma Wilson on August 13, 2018
Dear KBHU Radio, If you do any donation programs Smokes N Things LLC would be honored if you mentioned the following. Smokes N Things at 348 E. Colorado Blvd would like to invite everyone to stop on by on our soft open April 1st. We have a few promotional donation products, we have blue planet sunglasses and every pair we sell the company donates a pair of correctional glasses to a needy child. Our goal is to sell 50 pairs in our first month! We will be taking suggestions on programs to donate to from our customers and message us on Facebook as well. If we meet our goal we will donate 1% of our total sales to a program of customers choice.
By: Cameron Popkes on March 15, 2019
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