Who's Live & Local on KVOE-AM/FM & MIX 104.9 Calendar
June 2011
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8:30am NM: Local veteran Ron Whitney previews Emporias Memorial Day services.,5/30/2011,07:15 AM,5/30/2011,,false,"EDA Director Teresa Walters on re-scheduling of K.I.S.S. for Thur, June 2.",5/30/2011,08:15 AM,5/30/2011,,false,MMQB,5/30/2011,10:00 AM,5/30/2011,,false,NM - Eric Benjamin and Shawn Honea preview the Dirty Kanza on June 4.,5/31/2011,07:15 AM,5/31/2011,,false,Sally Conard previews the Sunday on the Porch series at the William Allen White State Historic Site.,5/31/2011,08:15 AM,5/31/2011,,false,(:35): Local building expert Bill Hanlon discusses Readings tornado recovery from a very personal perspective.
10:00am SPECIAL: Legislators Don Hill, Jeff Longbine and Peggy Mast appear on the Legislative Wrap-Up Session on 14 KVOE and KVOE.com.
7:15am NM - Jim Hoy previews the Tallgrass Writing Workshop and highlights Emporia Celebrates the Flint Hills.
8:15am : Longtime Emporia activist and volunteer Earl Williams discusses his familys move to Topeka and his tenure in Emporia.,6/1/2011,08:15 AM,6/1/2011,,false,TALK: Denim and Diamonds
Jodi Heerman to appear.,6/1/2011,11:00 AM,6/1/2011,,false,(:40): EPD Lt. John Koelsch discusses the Law Enforcement Torch Run.,6/2/2011,06:30 AM,6/2/2011,,false,"NM - Linda Starkey previews Flint Hills Rodeo activities, including dances sponsored by Country 101.7 FM.",6/2/2011,07:15 AM,6/2/2011,,false,(:25): Reading PIO Barb Schlobohm discusses the towns needs and meeting schedule after the May 21 tornado.
8:15am NM - Jennifer Bennett previews the Emporia Garden Tour on June 4.
8:30am (:35): Courtney Gagan promotes the Farmers Market Pasta-Palooza, Friday's preview supper to Saturday's Dirty Kanza 200.
5:00pm REMOTE: Scott Hayes broadcasts live from Keep It a Safe Summer on 14 KVOE and KVOE.com.
7:15am NM - Shane Shively talks about the ESU Athletics Auction and Golf Tournament on June 3-4.
8:15am : Boyce Baumgardner promotes the River Suite event June 10.
11:00am TALK: Organizers of the Dirty Kanza 200 appear.
5:00pm (:05): U.S. Senator Pat Roberts joins the newscast after touring tornado damage in Reading.
8:00am (:10) SPORTSTALK - KVOE AM and KVOE.com
9:00am (:10) EMPORIUM. Buy, Sell, Rent, or Trade for FREE
4:00pm -5:30 p.m. REMOTE: Scott Hayes broadcasts live from the Dirty Kanza 200 on 14 KVOE and KVOE.com.
 
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7:15am NM: Sam Seeley discusses personal riverbank stabilization projects.
10:00am MMQB
11:00am TALK: ESU Theatre discusses I Love to Tell The Story.
7:15am NM: Lacey Ballard promotes Madison Days.
8:15am Author Adam Catlin discusses an upcoming book-signing at Town Crier Bookstore.
7:15am NM: David Traylor Zoo Director Lisa Keith previews Stroll and Show.
8:15am Aquatics Supervisor Melinda Irwin promotes The World's Largest Swimming Lesson.
11:00am TALK: Jessica Hopkins, Damon Leiss and Deb Crowl promote the Children's Champions Auction on June 9.
4:00pm -6 pm REMOTE: Chuck Samples broadcasts from Amoco on Country 101.7 FM and KVOE.com.
 
7:15am NM: Jena Johnson previews Biken For Boobies on June 11.,6/9/2011,07:15 AM,6/9/2011,,false,(:25): Sue Smith promotes the Flint Hills Folklife Festival in Cottonwood Falls on June 11-12.,6/9/2011,08:15 AM,6/9/2011,,false,Symphony in the Flint Hills Director Emily Hunter previews the June 11 event.,6/9/2011,08:15 AM,6/9/2011,,false,(:35): RSVP Director Cheryl Patton discusses the need for meal service drivers.,6/9/2011,08:30 AM,6/9/2011,,false,NM - Gib Rhodes previews the National Wild Turkey Federation Flint Hills Gobblers 16th annual Hunting Heritage Super Fund banquet June 18.
8:15am NTHF Director of Induction and Reecognition Jenny Harder discusses the 20th annual induction ceremonies.
8:30am (:35): EPD Lt. John Koelsch reflects on his law enforcement career.
11:00am -1 pm REMOTE: Chuck Samples broadcasts live from Bluestem Farm and Ranch on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and KVOE.com.
11:00am TALK: Lyon County Commission Chair Scott Briggs discusses county matters including budgets, Fairgrounds improvements and Reading's tornado recovery.
6:00pm -8 pm REMOTE: Scott Hayes bradcasts live from Madison Days on Country 101.7 FM and KVOE.com.
8:00am (:10) SPORTSTALK - KVOE AM and KVOE.com
9:00am (:10) EMPORIUM. Buy, Sell, Rent, or Trade for FREE
2:00pm -4 pm REMOTE: Scott Hayes broadcasts live from Roberts Roofing on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and KVOE.com.
 
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7:15am NM: NRH Foundation Director Jodi Heerman promotes Denim and Diamonds on June 18.
10:00am MMQB
11:00am TALK: City Manager Matt Zimmerman discusses city government matters including budgets, infrastructure needs and goals.
      
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11:00am TALK: Principal Jim Sanborn and spokesman Leo Pauls discuss Emporia Christian School.
7:15am NM: Eron Steinlage and Jerry Tempelmeyer discuss a fundraiser for the Olpe Fire Department.
2:00pm -4 p.m. JACKPOT: Scott Hayes broadcasts live from Marion National Bank on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and Mix 104.9 FM.
7:15am NM: Lyon County Appraiser Gary Stapp discusses the state-mandated change to the ORION system and how that affects appraisals.
8:15am Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve spokesperson Heather Brown promotes Fourth of July activities at the preserve.
8:30am (:35): Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Betty James discusses Rand McNallys visit to Emporia and the dedication of Emporias entrance signs.
11:00am -1 p.m. JACKPOT: Greg Rahe broadcasts live from Williams Automotive and Towing on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and Mix 104.9 FM.
11:00am TALK: Jack Atherton discusses Kansas, Gettysburg and the Civil War.
7:15am NM: Fire Marshal Tom Andrews discusses fireworks rules, regulations, penalties and safety.
8:15am Allen Curless discusses holiday activities in Admire on July 3.
8:30am (:35): Kelly Glanville discusses Independence Day holiday activities in Chase County.
7:15am NM: USD 253 spokesperson Nancy Horst discusses the opening of online enrollment.
8:00am (:05) NEWS: EPD Ofc. Larry Clay discusses the dangers of kids in hot vehicles.
8:15am Local veteran Cleat Buckbee discusses flag etiquette.
8:30am (:35): Lennis McCreary previews Independence Day activities in Lebo.
11:00am -1 p.m. JACKPOT: Greg Rahe broadcasts live from Total Technologies on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and Mix 104.9 FM.
11:00am TALK: ESU Theatre promotes Barefoot in the Park.
5:00pm -7 p.m. REMOTE: Chuck Samples broadcasts live from Riley Fireworks on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM, Mix 104.9 FM and KVOE.com.
8:00am (:10) SPORTSTALK - KVOE AM and KVOE.com
9:00am (:10) EMPORIUM. Buy, Sell, Rent, or Trade for FREE
11:00am -1 p.m. JACKPOT: Greg Rahe broadcasts live from Sutherlands on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and Mix 104.9 FM.
6:30pm -10:30 pm REMOTE: Chuck Samples broadcasts live from Emporia's fireworks show at ESU on 14 KVOE, Country 101.7 FM and Mix 104.9 FM.
 
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