Tommy Street weekday Mornings 7-9 am. Kool 1047! Playing your favorite music from the 60's, 70's, and 80's!
Happy B-Day 2021. This is your 1st day. Don’t screw up the next 364 days!
We wish you a Happy & Healthy New Year!
[07/04/20] Celebrating those who fought & died for our independence. Happy 4th!!!!
billboard.com ROCK Benny Mardones, 'Into the Night' Singer-Songwriter, Dead at 73 6/29/2020 by Andrew Unterberger FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ME Kathy Stockbridge Ben Mardones Benny Mardones, rock and soul singer-songwriter behind the '80s smash and radio perennial "Into the Night," died today at his home in Menifee,....
The Beatles covered his songs. Bob Dylan’s dream was to join his band. Hendrix played in his band. Prince coppied his look.
What a loss to the world of music.
rollingstone.com Pianist-singer behind “Tutti Frutti,” “Good Golly Miss Molly” and “Long Tall Sally” set the template that a generation of musicians would follow
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Listen to Fort Smith Radio Group with Tommy Street on KQBK Kool 1047, Dennis Snow on The Fort 94.5, and Bill Pharis. Today they are helping to promote our Fish City Grill Benefit. A percentage of the sales will go to Kitties & Kanines.
The River Valley Flood Recovery Telethon is underway! All proceeds will go toward the recovery efforts from the recent flooding. It will be from 4pm-10pm today.
To donate toward the recovery effort, call (479) 769-2444
5newsonline.com MOFFETT, Okla. (KFSM) — Thanks to one group who traveled hundreds of miles, a stranded cat was saved from flood water Saturday (June 1) after going nearly a week without food or water. Guardians of Rescue is based out of New York and traveled across the county to the River Valley to help rescue pe...
Possible levy break alert!
Measures have been taken by Emergency Management Officials to reinforce a concerning part of levees affecting many of our friends. Please be careful!!
5newsonline.com (KFSM) — Residents who live on Clear Creek Rd. in Crawford County are being notified that the Van Buren levee, near the Yoestown Bottoms could possibly break. Brad Thomas from Crawford County Emergency Management says there has not been a break, but they are watching the levee very carefully and r...
[05/27/19] As we wind down this Memorial Day while facing a historic flood in the River Valley, we not only remember our fallen who paid the ultimate sacrifice, but we also want to thank all our brave law enforcement officers, along with the Army corp of Engineers who are working overtime to keep the community safe. Thank you!!!
Unfortunately, the National Weather Service is forecasting more rainfall in the River Valley over the next serval days.
Residents and property owners located in the downstream portions of the May Branch and Town Branch drainage basins should remain on alert for an increased chance of flash flooding. (See accompanying map.)
“Due to the record-setting high levels of the flooded Arkansas River, the main storm sewer outfall for these systems must be pumped instead of flowing directly into the river. This required pumping greatly reduces the flow capacity of the storm sewer system, which may result in flash flooding from local rainfall.”
Residents and property owners located in close proximity to areas that are already experiencing backwater flooding from the river will also need to be alert for flash flooding.
Where backwater from the river has filled the storm sewer system, the flow capacity is reduced, which also may result in flash flooding from precipitation expected over the next few days.
“We’re nearing a critical time as the river approaches crest and all surrounding waters have significantly overspread their banks, but storms and clouds are about to bring us more rainfall,” said City Administrator Carl E. Geffken. “While it might not be a huge amount, even a drop now seems huge.”
“Please, residents,” Geffken cautioned, “particularly in the kind of checkered areas of this map, be alert, be cautious, stay safe, and please help your family and neighbors stay alert and safe from flash flooding too.”
Set your Smartphone or other device to receive National Weather Service Alerts. Set your Fort Smith Police Department (FSPD) mobile app to receive Alerts. Make sure your old-fashioned, stand-alone Weather Radio has fresh batteries or is plugged in and stays charged. Closely monitor local news outlets over the next few days, and perhaps set your computers or mobile devices to get Local News Alerts, at least during this local flood emergency. When you go out, take your mobile device with you, should you need to use it.
Be aware of your surroundings and respect how quickly flash flooding can occur. Definitely remember: Don’t Drown, Turn Around. Never drive through floodwaters.
[05/27/19] Be advised that all lanes on Hwy 64 from Fort Smith to Roland are shut down. Additionally, the Garrison Avenue Bridge is closed TFN. Be safe and use caution in the affected areas!
[05/24/19] Alert on Historic Flooding: Anyone needing “SANDBAGS”? Available NOW and “FREE” at 8th & Garrison, 3900 Kelley HWY, 7020 Taylor. Be safe and seek higher ground if necessary!!!
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