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 – November 8

Lions Club member Robin Hawkins and Chairperson Cynthia Dalrymple discuss the upcoming 67th Lions Club Auction that begins next week!

Talk of the Town – November 6

Charlie Leonard, Baxter County Veteran’s Services Officer, talks about new services and how veterans can access what is available to them.

Talk of the Town – November 5

Carolyn Densmore and Kelly Bertrand talk about the need for volunteers and services for the homeless, through their charitable group, Hope For All.  Please call 1-833-HOPE4ALL

Talk of the Town – November 4

Baxter County Judge Mickey Pendergrass visits the studio to update us on what’s going on in the County…

Talk of the Town – November 1

Chase Baker with the Donald W. Reynolds Library serving Baxter County talks about the activities and programs the library has in November.

Talk of the Town – October 31

Bud Zorman talks about the Freedom is Not Free honorary diploma program at Dunbar Auditorium, along with the other activities the ROTC students have planned.

Talk of the Town – October 30

Gloria Sanders invites the public to the Calico Rock Historical Museum, and to their very special Veteran’s Program.

Talk of the Town- October 29

Wanda Dismeyer with Redeemer Lutheran Church talks about their huge Rummage Sale beginning Friday!

Talk of the Town – September 19

Clint Czeschin, President of the Mountain Home Band boosters, talks about their new program, upcoming events and how you can help the band with donations!

Talk of the Town – September 11

Melisa Myers, District Specialist for the Ozark county Soil and Water Conservation District, and T.J. Lewis, Board Member with the Soil and Water Conservation District, Ozark County Farm Bureau and the Extension Service, invite the public to