The Talk of The Town
The Talk of the Town can be heard weekdays from 12:30pm – 12:45pm on KTLO-FM, 97.9.
Join host Kim Szecsi as she talks with guests from throughout the Twin Lakes Area about upcoming events and interesting people.
To schedule an interview on The Talk of the Town, contact Kim Szecsi at (870) 425-3101
Or e-mail her at email@example.com
Susan and Brian with Celebrate Recovery talk about their support group, and how they offer help to members of our community for multiple issues.
Dana Scott, Director at the Marion County Library talks about upcoming events in January.
Gretchen Smeltzer, founding Director of “Into the Light” talks about human trafficking, the toll it takes on victims and how you can help. Into the Light is Our Community Cares for January. For help, call their 24
Diahanne Van Gulick, Coordinator at the Mruk Family Education Center on Aging discusses new and continuing programs in the coming year, and will be available by phone during the holiday break, at 508-3881.
Vice Chancellor of Marketing at ASUMH Christy Keirn discusses the upcoming school year.
Baxter County Assessor Jayme Nicholson discusses re-opening their office Monday, May 4 and what that will entail.
Brant Barnes talks about how Papa John’s and Shelter Insurance are getting involved with Mountain Home Cares and the Salvation Army to provide meals next Thursday, AND how you can help!
Mountain Home High School science teacher, Laurie Bergenstock talks about the challenges facing parents who are now TEACHERS, too!
Kit Mason, Sales Director at Elmcroft Senior Living, discusses how their residents are dealing with Covid-19 restrictions.
Jill Czanstkowski and Gwen Benton with Mountain home Public Schools Special Education discuss Autism Awareness, Our Community Cares for April.