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LOCKED IN! Rock 104.9 will continue to be your home for Kansas City Chiefs football. We signed a new deal the Chiefs Radio Network for a 5 year extension. Now lets bring home some more hardware!!!!!
Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare
The west entrance to the hospital is closed, due to road work on Gaines Drive. To access the hospital, clinic, outpatient treatment center, cancer center or emergency department, please use the right in/right out entrance off of Highway 7, or enter off of Golden Drive, across from Tracker Marine and Schreiber Foods.
You will be able to watch the CHS Graduation via video stream on June 28th.
Live Stream of the Clinton High School 2020 Graduation on June 28th. More ceremony details will be released soon. Live Stream coverage brought to you by: Integrity Floors – http://www.integrityfloorsmo.com/ Simple Pleasures – https://www.facebook.com/SPOC.GiftsandMore/
This past weekend, the King Kat Tournament Trail come to Truman Lake and caught these monsters!
Catfish anglers from two states traveled to Truman Lake for a King Kat Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. Twelve boats gathered at Clinton, MO to test their catfishing skills against other anglers and
Clinton, Missouri Fire Department
05/14/2020 - 11:19pm: Henry County has been placed under a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH until 5:00am Friday (05/15/2020).
Check out Donna's Drive Inn, Online Ordering!
Honoring Class of 2020
Paid for by Max Motors www.MaxMotors.com
Catch Royals Playback on AG1280 KDKD AM.
Honoring Debby VanWinkle on her retirement day!!! Thank you from all of us at KDKD/KXEA for your 15.5 years of service.
(Better Audio) Debby VanWinkle being honored on her retirement day by Jack Wetzel, Chamber President & Brittany Radford, Ambassador Chair. Thank you for the past 15.5 Years!!!
Golden Valley Tractor
We are open on NE 52 Highway at the old Advantage Metal scrap yard. Come on out!
Today(4/30) is Debby's last day as a full-time employee with the Greater Clinton-Area Chamber of Commerce after nearly 16 years of service to the City. She appeared on the KDKD FM Morning Show today;
Today(4/30) is Debby’s last day as a full-time employee with the Greater Clinton-Area Chamber of Commerce after nearly 16 years of service to the City. She appeared on the KDKD FM Morning Show today; Thanks again,
ByGrace Performance Studio to Reopen on May 4th
EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE REOPENING ON LIMITED BASIS Beginning Monday, May 4th, ByGrace Performance Studio will be offering Private Lessons and Mini Classes (nor more than 3 students) with your teachers! At this time due to social distancing
Clinton Economic Development
Henry County COVID-19 Business & Organizations Recovery Plan
Governor Mike Parson
Missouri’s initial recovery phase opening up the economy begins May 4, may restaurants open their dining rooms?
Yes. In concert with the Missouri Restaurant Association, we are strongly encouraging restaurants to prioritize public health and safety by implementing measures including, but not limited to, regulating self-serve options such as salad bars and buffets, using disposable menus, and employee use of personal protective equipment if available. Tables and seating shall be spaced out according to social distance requirements.
The continued use of drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options is encouraged.
Food court establishments may operate, but the social distancing and communal seating requirements will prevent them from offering seating.
Read more FAQs: https://governor.mo.gov/show-me-strong-recovery-plan-guidance-and-frequently-asked-questions
Radford Media Group wants to help area schools honor the Class of 2020. We can help with traditional ceremonies or assist with safer celebration ideas. Facebook Live, PA Systems, Emcees, & more. Call 660-885-6141
MyKDKD.com Awarded Best Local Website by Missouri Broadcast Association
On April 21st, the Missouri Broadcast Association announced the winners of the 2020 MBA Awards. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the MBA had to cancel the annual convention and awards banquet that is normally held in June.
Governor Mike Parson
Thursday briefing regarding COVID-19
Aaron Collins - Missouri Farm Bureau Insurance
Missouri Farm Bureau is dedicated to the people of Missouri. Supporting the local communities we call home is always a top priority for our company. Through these difficult times, we are focused on Missouri residents and are here to serve your needs!
In addition to navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, many of our customers in central and eastern Missouri recently experienced extensive storm damage. We responded quickly and will pay out over $20 million in hail claims for property damage from the recent storms. Storm season has just begun, and we will work diligently to see that our customers receive the individual care they deserve in a timely manner.
During the present emergency, we will continue to cover our customers experiencing financial hardships. We have established flexible payment options and savings solutions tailored to fit the needs of each individual customer. Insurance customers who may not be driving as much are encouraged to call, me, your agent, Aaron Collins at 417-840-8162 or the office at 660-885-3112. I will handle your situation with the individual care it deserves and walk you through available savings and payment options.
At Missouri Farm Bureau, we believe in the power of community and coming together. No matter what you do, what you drive or where you live, if you’re a Missourian, we’re for you.
Clinton Creatures Statement:
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Clinton Creatures will sit out the 2020 season. The team will field a team during the 2021 season. The Creatures are a new expansion team in the MINK League with 2020 having been set for their first season.
Creatures owner Titus Bond detailed how difficult of a decision it was to make. "We are proud to be a part of the Clinton community. From day one this community has embraced us. We are proud of what we have been able to accomplish over such a short period. Our team operates off of support from area business sponsorships and season ticket packages. With the economic uncertainty that the coronavirus has presented, we cannot, in good conscience, ask local companies to sponsor our team."
The Creatures will continue to work with Clinton city officials, stay involved in the community over the next year and are excited about working on some new projects to prepare for the 2021 season.
"We want to make sure to thank our loyal sponsors, host families, and fans. We look forward to starting our first season in 2021."
Current sponsors and season ticket holders will be given the option to apply their payment towards the 2021 season or to receive a refund.
Today, Missouri Governor, Mike Parson ordered that all Missouri public schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year to flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19.
At this time, there are a number of questions regarding what ending the school year looks like for the Clinton School District. While we do not have all of the answers right now, here is what we do know:
*Buildings will remain closed
*Distance learning (both online and hard copy formats) will continue through May 15th
*Our meal distribution program will continue as well
We know this announcement brings with it many questions. As we are able to work through this announcement, solidify the unknowns, and explore our options we will communicate with you. Please continue to follow our social media outlets, our website and watch for emails from the school.
As we have said since this began, we appreciate your patience and partnership as we navigate through these unprecedented times.
Together we will get through this.
KDKD's Steve Stevens
Gettin' it done every weekday morning starting at 6, it's Mornings In The STIX on KDKD.
Today's Marketing Tip is focused on the critical components of appropriate messaging. Use these tips for when you're at the keyboard ready to craft the messaging:
• Keep it simple
• Give people time to acclimate to the new normal
• Provide messages of comfort, encouragement and inspiration
• Provide something to offset the constant barrage of negativity
• Feel-good commercials that evoke warm fuzzies
• Something that says, "We're in this together."
Our advertisers have an opportunity to be the antidote to the doom and gloom information being shared.
Many small businesses are struggling to just survive. For those who have the ability and the desire, advertising can help them further connect their brand to their current customers, reach new customers and be the chosen business when we come out of the other side of this crisis.
The Clinton Daily Democrat
COMMUNITY SHOW OF SUPPORT...
(L. Edwards, The Clinton (Mo.) Daily Democrat)
Many people in the community showed their support for our health care workers by parking outside of the front entrance at Golden Valley Memorial Hospital, April 8, at 7 p.m.
Pastor Randy Shipman (First Baptist Church, Clinton) said a short prayer for our health care workers (and first responders) as people in the Clinton (and surrounding) community parked outside the Golden Valley Memorial Hospital’s front entrance, honked horns, and turned on their headlights and hazard lights to show their appreciation.
GVMH CEO Craig Thompson stood on the roof with a sign: “Heroes Work Here.”
Honoring all the healthcare workers at GVMH. Thank you!
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KDKD Broadcasting LIVE from GVMH!!! Come out and honor those fighting this war against COVID-19.
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Come out tonight to Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare parking lot at 7PM to flash your headlights in honor of those serving on the front-lines against COVID-19. Tune in to 95.3 KDKD to hear Pastor, Randy Shipman from First Baptist Church - Clinton, MO speak and provide a prayer.
MDC Announces Missouri's First Elk-Hunting Season Coming This Fall!
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces it will offer Missourians the state’s first elk-hunting season in modern history starting this fall. At its April 8 meeting, the Missouri Conservation Commission approved the issuance of five permits
Should Your Business Be Advertising Now?
The short answer, not surprisingly is "yes." There is lots of information and research to support advertising in a down market, providing information to your customers and potential customers, telling them about your inventory availability, etc.
Why? So your business can stay relevant, current, and connected to your customers.
Consider this research:
• Kantar estimates that a six-month absence from radio will result in a 39% reduction in brand awareness
• 65% of respondents said that a brand's response in crisis will have a huge impact on their likelihood of purchasing in the future
• 60% said they are turning to brands that they can absolutely trust
• Over one-third of consumers said they have started using a new brand because of the innovative or compassionate way it has responded
Clay’s advice to advertisers based on this research:
• Do not go dark, your customers are counting on you
• Be compassionate and not self-serving
• Be innovative
Advertising is information, and people are starved for relevant recent information that is beneficial for their lives. We can assist you in what to say when advertising in times like these.
Governor Mike Parson
Tuesday press briefing regarding COVID-19
Steve Stevens new shoes he and David Lee were discussing this morning on Mornings In The STIX!
Clinton Economic Development
Missouri Department of Economic Development Stay At Home Business Guidance
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