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Here's a preview of our featured guests on Sounds Good, December 7 through December 11. We're pleased to bring more holiday specials in the second hour of the program this week, beginning with Hanukkah Lights 2015. Hear the music and community conversation program weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The schedule may be subject to change.

Listeners across the region made special year-end gifts to WKMS on “Giving Tuesday,” December 1st, and helped feed community members who need a hot nutritious meal. WKMS Staff members solicited year-end donations for the station during a special one-day drive with the help of two business partners, Independence Bank of Murray and Ashland of Calvert City. 

Here's a preview of our featured guests on Sounds Good, November 30 through December 4. Hear the music and community conversation program weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The schedule may be subject to change.

Here's a preview of our featured guests on Sounds Good, November 23 through 27. Hear the music and community conversation program weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The schedule may be subject to change.

Holidays Sound Good on WKMS! See The Schedule

Nov 18, 2015
Designed by Jim Bryant, Professor of Graphic Design at Murray State University

WKMS is celebrating the spirit of the season with over 70 hours of special holiday programming from Thanksgiving through New Years! See the complete schedule here, which is subject to change. And, as you put the final touches on your charitable giving for the tax year, consider making a holiday gift to WKMS. Thanks!

Here's a preview of our featured guests on Sounds Good, November 16 through 20. Hear the music and community conversation program weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The schedule may be subject to change.

Monday:

Preserving Our Voices segment from previous years. Hear the new POV special during Sounds Good on November 27. See the schedule.

Courtesy Mike Smith Toyota

November is all about being thankful. And this year we're thankful to have Mike Smith Toyota as an underwriting partner. 

In the new year, they'll have served the community for 25 years. And General Manger, Travis Smith, says there is something to that level of experience. "People can choose to purchase and service vehicles at many different dealerships. What we're committed to is being a different dealer. And that comes down to the staff. Not the building, location or even the brands - it's really the individuals who serve our customers." 

Wherever friends and families gather, they tell stories. And as we prepare to come together for the holidays, WKMS marks this custom on the Friday after Thanksgiving with Preserving Our Voices, a program of remarkable true stories told by loved ones to loved ones. Leading up to the debut our new special on November 17 at Noon, we listen back to some past stories on Sounds Good. Here's the schedule:

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Seven public media stations in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia, led by Louisville Public Media, have been awarded a $445,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to establish an Ohio River regional journalism collaboration. 

Here's a preview of our featured guests on Sounds Good next week, November 9 through 13. Hear the music and community conversation program weekdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The schedule may be subject to change.

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