Saturday night's storms caused some damage to our satellite and satellite receivers that we use to provide our news/talk programming on the weekend. Our engineers have been working to fix the satellite and receiver. In the meantime, we are simulcasting 92.3 BOB-FM on Newstalk 1050 KSIS.
Beginning on May 11, Newstalk 1050 KSIS will be bringing you new programming and some adjusting of programming times since the Spanish Programming on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-noon came to a conclusion in April. We have been finalizing times with new and existing programs, and this Saturday and Sunday will bring you our new lineup.
Twitter, like Facebook, is a popular social media outlet. Twitter is a great way to communicate with people and organizations, while receiving breaking news. Here are some pages KSIS listeners need to follow on Twitter.
As the speaker sounded the end of summer swimming at Centennial Park Pool at 5:55 p.m., there were a line of dogs ready to take over the pool and take over. Every type of dog from minis to large dogs made it out in the 90 degree heat to get the chance to cool off.
KSIS and the Sedalia Democrat are giving you a chance to get to know the candidates for this year's general election at an upcoming forum. A candidates forum will begin at 6 p.m. this Wednesday, July 25 in the Thompson Conference Center of the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center on the State Fair Community College campus. The candidates for assessor, treasurer, eastern commissioner and
The Show-Me Honor Flight radiothon is coming up on Tuesday, May 22 from 6 am. - 7 p.m on our stations AM 1050 KSIS, 92.3 Bob-FM and Better Country, KIX 105. The idea of this program, for those that don't know, is to send our World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam Veterans to Washington D.C.