May 20, 2013 Well, thanks for visiting our space here. And if you’ve been with us since the start, a BIG THANK-YOU! Today’s edition marks the second anniversary of this feature. We began it 104 weeks ago today on a ten year-old HP desktop that we had purchased used from the school system. These days [...]
May 13, 2013 It’s the Big 103! (Reminds me of some of the slogans we used to use in Top 40 Radio.) In this case, it’s Week 103 of this get-together. I should be able to write a bit longer from now on, since my singing course at BCC wrapped up last week. I had [...]
May 6, 2013 Hello and welcome to Week 102 of this digital caffee klatsche. (At least I THINK that’s how the old-timers spelled it.) If you’re reading this, then you obviously found us this week. There has been some re-designing of the web site and listeners are telling us it’s harder to find some things [...]
Circus fun is heading to Great Bend on May 16th. The Carson & Barnes Circus will perform two shows at 4:30PM and 7:30PM. The big event will be held at the Great Bend Expo Complex, 2 miles west of town on 10th Street. Come see the death defying acts, the amazingly trained animals, the [...]
Steve Webster interviews Jeff Mauler from the Great Bend COOP as they talk about this year’s wheat crop. You can listen to the “Ask the Experts” show weekday mornings at 8:30am on 1590 KVGB.
April 29, 2013 Welcome to Week 101 of this literary extravaganza, (might be a slight overstatement there) brought to you this week by the How To Look Busy Foundation. Good grief, it’s almost May and they’re talking—AGAIN– about the possibility of some snow this Wednesday night. When is winter going to turn us loose? I [...]
The deadline has past for entering the April Photo Contest at Great Bend Post presented by Stutzman’s Greenhouse and Garden Center. Thanks to all who have entered. Take time to review the many entries collected with a subject of ‘CARS TRUCKS & MOTORCYCLES.” The judges are reviewing the photos and the winners of the April [...]
Two out of three new businesses fail within the first year. One of the main reasons is starting without a plan. Switching gears…my youngest son, Beau, is 31, and has been planning to hike the 2,000 mile Appalachian Trail for over a year. He’s done research… he’s single…has saved $10,000 in his bank account…planned the [...]