Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Victor Valley, CA
Faith Communications Corp.
KHMS is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Victorville, CA and is part of the Victor Valley, CA radio market. The station airs christian contemporary music programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
May I please have announced on PSA or Calendar of Events?
Travis Allen candidate for GOVERNOR
March 17th, Meet &Greet 5:30pm 311 East Ave. K-8, Lancaster, Ca., 93535 Suite 117
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ASK IMPORTANT QUESTIONS.
Then, March 25th across from AV Mall in Applebee's parking lot 3-5pm TRAVIS ALLEN RALLY
THANK YOU. Call Michelley anytime 661-965-4436
By: Michelley Benitez on March 8, 2018
Turning Point International Ministries presents Prayer Praise & Worship REVIVAL
"A Gathering of the People"
Location Quakes Staduim 8404 Rochester Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, Ca Time: 1:00 pm Free Admission
Speakers: Bishop Larry Pate; Bishop Terrance Rhone, Apostle Glenn and Pastor Cheryl Frazier, Dr. Patricia Wheaton, Apostle Mike and Prophetess Yasmin Hearon,Pastors Art and Eva Thomas, Pastors Julio & Madeline Martinez, Pastor Darryl and First Lady Jackson. Apostle Frank Casterjon, Pastor Danny Harris and many others
Ministry of Music by Pastor Eric Medina and the The Sound Worship Ministry, Blended Sounds of Joy, Psalmist Kennedy Webb, Saxophonist Rick Perry, Rap by the Light Music Group,Classical pianist John Stalworth and He Is My Dance Ministry
By: John and Beverly Heary on September 11, 2018
Following is suggested text for an announcement regarding the Newberry Springs Pistachio Festival. The Festival is sponsored by our non-profit Chamber for our community. Attached are a flyer, more info about the Art Show, and a booth application. Feel free to edit the announcement as you are the experts.
Thank you for providing this service for organizations.
Join us Saturday, November 3rd for our 21st annual Pistachio Festival in beautiful, Newberry Springs.
Located on Route 66, this is a fall festival you won't want to miss.
Although pistachios are the main attraction, food trucks, jewelry, crafts, music, karaoke, and a variety of vendors bring people back every year. Free give-a-ways, raffles, and family entertainment complete the excitement.
2018 includes an art contest where artists will have the opportunity to sell their work and receive a cash prize.
Sponsored by the Newberry Springs Chamber of Commerce, doors open at 9:00 and close at 4:00.
Put the Newberry Springs Pistachio Festival on your calendar today and come enjoy a Saturday in the desert with friends and family. You won't be disappointed!
By: Paula Deel on September 28, 2018
Could you announce this as a PSA? On January 17, 2019, a local resident of Apple Valley, Kyle Hugunin, was killed on Hwy 330 outside Running Springs, by a hit-and-run driver. He was nearest Mile Marker 33 and apparently, had exited the car he was riding in and was walking in the road. If anyone saw or knows anything about this tragic accident, please call the Arrowhead CHP at 909-867-2791.
By: Linda Haney on February 12, 2019
Oh, to add to the PSA above? Kyle Hugunin was killed on January 17, 2017 at approximately 6:40 PM outside Running Springs on Hwy 330 closest to Mile Marker 33.
By: Linda Haney on February 12, 2019
We are submitting this letter to a request radio advertisement in support of the 8th annual Easter Egg Hunt. We are a non-profit 501c3 organization that relies on donations and fundraisers to help keep our programs open and available for those in need.The event will be held Saturday, April 14th 2019 , at 12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto, CA 92301. This is an annual Easter Egg Hunt, free to the community. This year we have partnered with Catholic Charities and High Desert Equality. During the event, free food will be provided to families that are in need. We will provide the first 100 children with a free lunch. We will also have an information booth, food booths and various vendor booths, including one for a company that will be giving out free cell phones to those who qualify. For entertainment, we will have an Easter bunny, an Easter egg hunt (including a hunt for special needs kids), games, face painting, and bounce houses.We are expecting anywhere between 300 to 700 children to attend.
By: CHONDRA COWSER on March 12, 2019
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