Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Ft. Smith, AR
Fort Smith, AR
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (G2 Media Group LLC)
Fort Smith, AR 72901
KFSW is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1650 KHz. The station is licensed to Ft. Smith, AR and is part of the Fort Smith, AR radio market. The station airs news/talk programming. KFSW is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Paul Swint.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Fort Smith, AR
Listener Comments and Reviews
We love KYHN. It has a local morning program and a midday program. They also have ag stuff.
By: Anonymous on September 12, 2013
We like to listen to talk radio without the screaming and yelling. Huckabee and Cain are great!
By: Anonymous on October 29, 2013
We love Herman Cain and Clark Howard.
By: Anonymous on April 23, 2014
Your phone number is wrong. It is 479-783-1650
By: Anonymous on April 23, 2014
We listen to this station at the office. Im an attorney and work at a law firm in Ft. Smith. We like the conservative talk but not all of the screaming the other guys seem to do. We use to listen to Rush, Beck and Hannity but all three kept saying the same thing. Glad to find an alternative. KYHN is our new conservative talk in Fort Smith.
By: Frank McCoy on July 4, 2014
(Request for PSA time)
Sts. George and Alexandra Orthodox Church of the Orthodox Church in America will celebrate the annual blessing of the Arkansas River at the pavilion of Springhill Park, Saturday, January 6th -The Feast of Theophany (Epiphany) at 11 AM. Springhill Park is located just off Hwy 59 at 1700 Lock and Dam Road, Barling, AR. +++++++++++++++
At the conclusion of the commemoration service, a frozen cross will be blessed by the priest, Fr. Nicholas Roth, and will be thrown into river. This symbolizes Jesus Christ’s cleansing of the waters with His baptism. The Blessing of the River will follow the Divine Liturgy service which will be celebrated at 9:00am at Sts. George and Alexandra, located at 7500 Mahogany (4th) Avenue in Fort Chaffee. All are invited and welcome.
It is the custom of Orthodox Christians worldwide to bless water in their church which is then used to bless the church, the homes of members of the congregation and a major body of water serving the community. Sts. George and Alexandra will ask God’s blessings upon the Arkansas River on the day of the Feast of Theophany. This blessing signifies that Christ came to redeem and renew all of creation. When He was baptized the waters did not cleanse Him. He cleansed the waters. All citizens of the area are welcome and invited to attend.
January 6th -The Feast of Theophany (Epiphany). This Feast Day is one of the greatest days of the Christian year. It ranks in importance with Christmas and Easter. In many parts of the world, this Feast Day is celebrated with more solemnity than Christmas itself.
In English, we call this Feast Day "Epiphany" which means "appearance." On this day the Orthodox Church celebrates the Baptism of Jesus Christ in the Jordan River by St. John the Baptist (he is called "the Baptist" because he baptized Christ.) "Theophany" means "God shows himself to us." On this day, the Holy Trinity was first revealed for all of humanity to know and believe. When Jesus Christ was baptized in the River Jordan, a voice was heard from God in the heavens above saying, "This is my Son in whom I am well pleased." A white dove, the symbol of the Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus Christ the Son of God. So we have the Holy Trinity being shown to us on that day 2000 years ago. This is why we call this day the "day of illumination (light) and manifestation (appearance.) The Holy Trinity made its appearance and we have been illuminated by this wonderful truth and blessing. Since the waters of the Jordan were blessed by the presence of Jesus Christ, it is a source of Divine Grace and blessing, and we bless ourselves and our homes with the waters of the "Sanctification Service" which is held every January 5th and 6th.
Submitted by Terrell Metheny (479)739-6630.
By: Terrell L. Metheny on December 27, 2017
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