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Fri., March 7 - Northwest vs. TBA (winner of Emporia State vs. Southwest Baptist) in Kansas City, Mo. Tipoff at 6:00 p.m. HyVee pre-game show at 5:40 p.m.
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All Things Northwest
Tune in for the next edition of
All Things Northwest
Tuesday, March 11 at 9:06 a.m.
Jan Chism Wright, Ron Heskett, & Thomas Rudloff of Brownville, Neb. who will discuss arts & entertainment options in Brownville. Dr. Michael Steiner, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, who will discuss the importance of general education classes.
Until then check out THE ARCHIVE to listen to previous episodes!
Recap of Feb. 11, 2014 program: President John Jasinski talks with Dr. Himadri Chakraborty, associate professor of physics and Dr. Michael Hull, assistant professor of chemistry at Northwest Missouri State University. The trio discusses Northwest’s nanoscience program and the millions of dollars of state-of-the-art technology available for students in the program to learn to use. Nanoscience is the study of materials at the super-molecular level. Listen to the program now by clicking on the player below.
Bearcat Coaches Show Live at Carson’s Sports Grille
Join us for the next Bearcat Coaches Show at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 13, LIVE from Carson's Sports Grille with John Coffey & Matt Gaarder!
KXCV-KRNW Breaking Local News
National Catholic Sisters Week
March 7 , 2014 | Roush
A northwest Missouri convent will celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week, which runs tomorrow through the 14th.
March 7 , 2014 | Roush
A Trenton, Missouri woman suffered moderate injuries in a one car accident yesterday evening.
Page County Consolidation
March 7 , 2014 | Marsh
Page County officials say consolidating two communications centers into one doesn't necessarily mean staff reductions.
South Main Street Corridor Project
March 6 , 2014 | Campbell
During this week’s Maryville City Council meeting, a contract with S-K Design Group was approved to begin work on the South Main Street Corridor Project.
Chillicothe Police Officer Arrested
March 6 , 2014 | Coffey
A 40 year old Chillicothe police officer has been arrested for alleged Forcible Rape, Forcible Sodomy and 2 counts of supplying intoxicants to a minor.
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PROTECT MY PUBLIC MEDIA” ENHANCES PUBLIC TV AND RADIO ADVOCACY
KXCV-KRNW Works with National Effort to Preserve Funding for Public Media
Maryville, MO (July 12, 2013): KXCV-KRNW, in partnership with more than 400 public radio and television stations across the country, is re-launching an online grassroots campaign to sustain federal funding for public media under a new name and website, Protect My Public Media. Formerly 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting, the interactive, mobile-optimized campaign website allows users to share their experiences with public media and take action from their desktop, tablet or phone.
All Americans benefit from a strong public media system. For just $1.35 per person per year, over 98% of the U.S. population can enjoy free, over-the-air and online news, educational and cultural programming. In addition to its beloved programs, local public media stations work with teachers, parents and schools to provide free educational content and resources. Stations also serve as a communications lifeline during times of emergency and crisis, and they provide citizenship services ranging from local public affairs programming to coverage of state government to the preservation of America’s history and culture.
“KXCV-KRNW and other public media stations are an essential part of our local communities,” says Rodney Harris, General Manager. Protect My Public Media allows our station’s local supporters to take action more easily on behalf of our local service and the programs they enjoy most.”
The new Protect My Public Media website features a blog that highlights news and facts about public media stations. The campaign continues to engage supporters on Facebook and Twitter.
Protect My Public Media is a collaboration of public radio and television stations, national organizations, and our listeners and viewers across the country who support federal funding for public media. This project receives no government funding. For more information on Protect My Public Media, visit protectmypublicmedia.org.