A faithful listener reached out this week with a request: "As someone who lives out here 'in the middle of nowhere' with limited radio reception it would be SO helpful if your call letters for every station in your area was plastered everywhere."
The handy map above illustrates how to listen to High Plains Public Radio across the .. um ... High Plains. (Of course, you can listen to HPPR or HPPR Connect online anywhere by clicking here.)
Thanks for the suggestion, Shirley. And thanks for adding that "we do appreciate your dedication and commitment to a public radio station that is developed specifically for the 'People of the Prairie.' "
Don't miss Garden City Arts' First Friday Art Walk this evening (Friday, Feb. 1).
Swing by HPPR's Garden City offices (210 N. 7th St.) from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. (Central) to check out the artwork.
Full details here.
To serve the High Plains
Is HPPR’s mission,
A labor of love.
Now it’s your turn, gentle readers.
For a donation of $20 or more, your message of Valentines love will be broadcast on the air (20 words or less - hey, our poetical turn above was only 12 words) on Thursday, February 14 during High Plains Morning (9 am to Noon CT). Host Jenny Inzerillo will be airing Valentine Messages.
The deadline to submit your message is 5 p.m. CT, Friday, February 8.
To schedule your HPPR RADIO VALENTINE, please click here, (email@example.com) or call Kay Kennedy at 806-367-9088.
Listen To ‘Oleander’ Commentaries on HPPR
Oleander - Thoughts From Here are four- to five-minute commentaries that will be heard on the first and third Saturdays of the month in the 3 o’clock hour (CT) of Open Range. The program bills itself as “regional commentary by a fictional Kansan, William Jennings Bryan Oleander of Here, Kansas.”
It continues, “Oleander attempts to tease out the essence of place. It springs from the mind of author Thomas Fox Averill, an O. Henry Award winner and Professor Emeritus of English at Washburn University of Topeka. For more than 25 years, Oleander has become a tradition that honors and examines life in Kansas and on the High Plains.”
Don’t miss it.
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