TUNED IN: Growing A Garden Of Public Radio On The High Plains

Apr 12, 2019

Spring is planting time on the High Plains. It’s a season of hope.

Seeds are placed in the ground with the expectation that over time a hearty crop will emerge, decorating the landscape and nourishing those in need.

It’s much the same with High Plains Public Radio’s 2019 Spring Membership Campaign this month.

Supporters of HPPR generously give to public radio, secure in the knowledge that their gifts produce a bountiful yield of high-quality programming. High Plains Public Radio is the soundtrack of the High Plains, and it all starts with contributors who plant seeds of support.

The on-air portion of the Spring Membership Campaign has concluded. Yet HPPR remains short of its goal for April.

If you’ve given already during this campaign, thank you.

If you haven’t, please consider joining as a member-supporter. Give now by clicking here and help grow a lush garden of public radio on the High Plains.

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Tell Us About Your High Plains Hometown And Its Future

Click here, take this survey, and share your thoughts on your High Plains hometown. Stand by. In coming weeks, we’ll have more info on this major project.

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HPPR.org is your go-to spot for the latest news from the High Plains region, as well as our events, exclusives, and features. You’ll also find the latest national and international news. Here are this week's TOP STORIES from our website.

1. Kansas Mother Says There's 'No Other Option' To Save Her Daughter Beyond THC-Infused Oil

2. A Second Bomb Cyclone: Colorado Predicted To Go From 80 Degrees To A Blizzard

3. Amarillo Sod Poodles To Play First Home Game Monday Night

4. Here's The Breakdown Of The 284 Workers ICE Arrested In The Allen Immigration Raid

5. What A Conflict In Myanmar Has Done To A Refugee Center in Western Kansas

6, How Slow Internet Hurts Rural Areas, Starting With Cattle Sales

7. Bent Out Of Shape: Could A Mysterious Animal Epidemic Become The Next Mad Cow?

8. Farmers Eager To Grow Hemp But They Need Lawmakers To Clear The Legal Ground First

9. Decades After ‘In Cold Blood,’ Kansas Tried To Prevent Publication Of Investigator's Notes

10. High Plains Outdoors: Old School Cane Pole Fishing

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HPPR’s Living Room Concert series brings live music to the High Plains. Check out the schedule here.

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