TUNED IN: Share The HPPR Love This Valentine’s Day

Feb 8, 2019

Some dude named Phil promises an early spring. In the meantime, enjoy this snowy scene of your favorite radio station.  

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Valentine's Day approaches. (Psst. It's this coming Thursday, Feb. 14!) Looking for ideas on how to celebrate? We've got you covered.  

Still looking for that special something for that special someone? Take a look at our HPPR Wine Club Valentine's Day Gift Guide!

For the Wino: Sizzlin' Six Pack

10% off and each bottle still support HPPR and other great causes!

Some V-Day favorites:

• Rosé Sparkling Wine: Every bottle funds 1 meal for a child in need.

• Pomegranate Sparkling Wine: Every bottle provides 1 meal to a child in need.

• 29 Twelve Dessert Wine: Every case funds 1 prostate cancer screening.

Skip the flowers and give a gift that gives back to HPPR! Order by contacting wineclub@hppr.org or directly at www.onehopewine.com/event/35328. Order by February 9th for guaranteed Valentine’s delivery!

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HPPR Haiku

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To serve the High Plains

Is HPPR’s mission,

A labor of love.

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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. Hey, that's today at 5!!!

To schedule your HPPR RADIO VALENTINE, please click here or call Kay Kennedy at 806-367-9088.

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And then there's a performance by two members of HPPR's talented staff...

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The Community Advisory Board of High Plains Public Radio meets Friday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m. at HPPR's Garden City offices (210 N. 7th St., Garden City, KS 67846). The meeting is open to the public.

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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. Archaeologists Find Evidence Of Human Habitation In The Rockies Stretching Back 9,000 Years

2. The U.S. And Russia Are Stocking Up On Missiles And Nukes For A Different Kind Of War

3. Deceased Mountain Lion Found In North Central Kansas

4. Sherlock - Science vs. Story?

5. Getting To Know Kansas' Medicaid Expansion Bill

6. Immigration stories, caricatures and stereotypes at the Stauth Museum

7. U.S. Hog Farmers See A Real Threat As Deadly Pig Virus Races Through China, Europe

8. Amarillo Artist's "Mass Givings" Aimed At Inspiring Others To Spread The Love

9. Southwest Kansas Is Seeing Fewer Refugees, And A Shift In The Agencies Supporting Them

10. This Is What Kansas' Top 10 Energy Producers Reveal About The Future Of Electricity

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