The Talk of the Town

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 kim@ktlo.com

View Estella Tullgren’s Cranberry Butter recipe here!

Podcasts

Talk of the Town – January 17

Phil Thompson and Travis Doshier along with  Tom Dumas, a major contributor to the Marion County Community Services!

Talk of the Town – January 13

Jo Lisa Blossom and Gretchen Smeltzer from Into the Light discuss human trafficking, as this is Human Sex Trafficking Awareness month.

Talk of the Town – January 11

Diahanne Van Gulick, Coordinator at the Mruk Family Education Center On Aging talks about all the new classes and support groups at Mruk this year.

Talk of the Town – January 10

Bill Simpson and Cindy Young, two of the cast members of “On Golden Pond” talk about the play, which begins it’s run on January 13th at the Twin Lakes Playhouse.

Talk of the Town – January 7

Debbie Wamock, director at Kindness, Inc discusses the benefit Play, “On Golden Pond” Thursday night, January 13th.

Talk of the Town – January 6

We talk with Christy Kiern about new classes starting up January 18th!

Talk of the Town – October 20

Tommy Hagan invites the public to participate in the Benefit Golf Tournament at Twin Lakes Golf Club for Gamma house on October 23rd—call 425-2028 to register!

Talk of the Town – September 28

D. George Wolford with US Veterans Outreach, and Dan Hall, local facilitator of the Disable American Veterans talk about the upcoming FREE DAV Picnic for ALL veterans, along with the musical event planned for this Saturday at

Talk of the Town – September 9

Jack Knowles and George Flag from Trail Life talk about the incredible opportunity  this organization offers young men in the area!

Talk of the Town – August 31

Jennifer Baker, with the Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society talks about submitting recipes to their upcoming cookbook via email at jenbaker1951@gmail.com!