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Erren Harter

Erren Harter

Feel Good Friday - Here in Spirit

 

Cherie Crisp promotes the Relay for Life of the Flint Hills.Cherie Crisp promotes the Relay for Life of the Flint Hills.

 

David Traylor Zoo Outreach Coordinator Michelle Sagers previews Party for the Planet.

 

Whats In Outdoors with Phil Taunton - 04-20-18

Don Weast ESU Assistant Athletic Director and head of Media Relations previews the Hornets spring football game and Lady Hornet softball this weekend.Don Weast ESU Assistant Athletic Director and head of Media Relations previews the Hornets spring football game and Lady Hornet softball this weekend.

Glass Blown Open preview with Jeremy Rusco and Doug Bjerkaas of Dynamic Discs.

51st District Representative Ron Highland discusses the current legislative session.

Tori White, Vice President of Emporia State Students Demand Action previews a rally and march for sensible gun reform on April 20.

 

Jodi Case of Mobilizing Literacy and Lisa Soller of the Lyon County History Center preview a Children's Author event on April 21st.Jodi Case of Mobilizing Literacy and Lisa Soller of the Lyon County History Center preview a Children's Author event on April 21st.

Managing Your Money - 04-18-18

Brooke Bailey with ESU Community Hornets discusses registration deadline for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Dash.Brooke Bailey with ESU Community Hornets discusses registration deadline for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Dash.

NTHF Director Carol Strickland updates the process for gaining national status for the Memorial to Fallen Educators.

Emporia Showcase with USD 253 Superintendent Kevin Case - 04-17-18

Rescue Mission Director Lee Alderman updates the Feinstein Challenge fundraiser.

Week of 04-20-18

April 18, 2018
  • Friday's show will feature the Sethfest celebration in Council Grove

  • Greater Prairie Chicken's booming on the lek.  Quite a site to behold

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  • Fire N the Flinthills. 

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  • Two-headed snake?

 No hardly, just two garter snakes Phil captured enjoying a sunny afternoon on a gooseberry bush while fishing for Catfish.

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April 18, 2018

April 18, 2018

          It’s amazing how many times you can hear TV talking heads suggest “there's a circus going on!” in regards to our national politics.

          That’s as good way as any to describe our show with our President and his former FBI Director openly calling each other liars, slimeballs and other terms of endearment.

          It is a circus for certain.

          It was amusing recently to see Trump supporters defend their guy on FaceBook with: "We didn't hire Trump because we thought he had a squeaky clean past!"

          We hired Trump to sweep out the trash......."

          Okay, cool, supporters of our sitting president are willing to forgive his earlier transgressions; but what about his conduct since taking office?

          Would it be a stretch to think we might have expected President Trump to be truthful, lawful and a role model for morality?

How is he doing?

Truthful is not a term we see used to describe our new President. His exaggerations would be comical if they weren't so frequent and blatant. How on earth can anyone - especially someone with help available to research his claims before he makes them be so sloppy?

          Add to this his out and out lies and President Trump is beyond description in regards to the truth.

          Our American form of government has been successful in large part because it puts laws before men. President Trump and some of his appointees test this concept almost daily. If not checked our democracy could be in serious peril.

          America rightly expects our President to demonstrate moral leadership. A moral code that suggests "if I don't get caught it's okay" is dangerous and accurately describes how the Trump Administration seems to operate.

          So my thought or question today for you supporters of President Trump who can forgive his conduct prior to his election - i.e, "We didn't hire Trump because we thought he had a squeaky clean past!" - is how do you accept since his election his struggles with the truth; his willingness to put himself and his administration above the law and his failure to be the moral leader our country expects and demands?

          Yes, it's cute to say we knew he wasn't a choir boy, but leading our country is far different from leading a big - even if successful - business.

          All this has me really scared because it appears to me that President Trump has too much power and that he demonstrates daily that he lacks the respect needed to handle it. If Donald Trump does not change fast America is headed for a crisis of epic proportion.

          I’m Steve Sauder and “There’s something to think about!”

BBQ Day

April 17, 2018

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May is National Bar-B-Que Month.

Join us at Mark II Lumber, 825 E 6th, on May 17th from 11:30 am to 1 pm.

Free Hamburgers from Bruff's Sports Bar and Grill and Drinks from Pepsi will be served to the first 350 listeners that stop by.

Also, make sure you stop by Mark II and register to win one of two grills that will be given away after the hamburger feed.

YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN A BEAUTIFUL PATRIOTIC QUILT AND HELP A GREAT CAUSE IN THE PROCESS.

FOR A DONATION OF 5 DOLLARS FOR ONE TICKET OR 10 DOLLARS FOR THREE TICKETS YOU WILL BE SUPPORTING EMPORIA’S QUILTS OF GRATITUDE PROJECT THAT MAKES QUILTS PRESENTED TO LOCAL VETERANS ANNUALLY DURING ALL VETERANS TRIBUTE WEEK. 

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT WATERS TRUE VALUE 2727 WEST HIGHWAY 50 THE EMPORIA CHAMBER OFFICE AT 719 COMMERCIAL OR THE KVOE STUDIOS 1420 C OF E DRIVE. 

THANKS FOR SUPPORTING QUILTS OF GRATITUDE.

QUILTS OF GRATITUDE SPONSORED BY KVOE 96.9 FM 1400AM, COUNTRY 101.7, MIX 104.9, BRUFF'S SPORTS BAR AND GRILL, AND WATERS TRUE VALUE.

WINNER WILL BR DRAWN MAY 30TH.

Job Posting - Cargill

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Cargill Incorporated is hiring a Maintenance and Process technician at their pet food production plant in Emporia. Cargill offers a competitive starting wage and excellent benefits, including medical, dental, 401K, vacation days and holidays. Must be able to read and comprehend English, multi-task, lift fifty pounds, have good math skills and mechanical aptitude and have computer knowledge. Background check and drug and alcohol screening is required. Please visit cargill.com/careers for a full job description and to apply

Cargill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.   

 

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