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Happy New Year everyone!
DART’s Annual Radiothon will take place on Thursday, September 9, 2021. We have had to postpone and delay the Radiothon twice so we are excited to announce that Q94.1 radio will broadcast interviews all day on September 9. Community leaders will discuss domestic violence issues in our area.
The Radiothon will be broadcast from Super 1 Foods in Ruston
Phone in your pledges to 318-513-9373 or mail a check to DART, P.O. Box 1223, Ruston, LA 71273 or donate right here on D.A.R.T.’s website, dartla.org.
Since 2001, D.A.R.T. has held an annual Radiothon to raise funds and promote awareness. Our 16th Annual Radiothon, held in May, 2018, was our most successful ever. We exceeded our $60,000 goal thanks to the faithful and generous support of our community.
2021 Ruston Christmas Parade
Date: Saturday, December 11, 2021, 10:30 a.m.
Grand Marshal: Cathi Cox-Boniol
Entry Deadline: December 3
$100 Float Includes vehicles with attached trailer or a display on a trailer attached to the rear of a truck or tractor.
$75 Vehicle Includes any single vehicle other than semi-trucks, motor homes or campers.
$50 Motorcyles Max 10
Dancing and Cheerleading groups must be on a float- no walking groups
Thanks to you, we have raised $600 for our friends at Four Paws through or "I Love My Country" t-shirt sales! Come get your t-shirt at the studios right behind Peking in Ruston! All sizes are $15 and $10 of it goes to Four Paws!
A kids derby & fishing tournament scheduled for August 28 on Lake Claiborne. It’s non profit, any balance of the proceeds will go to St Jude. It’s in honor/memory Mike Lewis that passed away last august. page is “Fish Like Mike”. Kids 12 and under are free, and 13-17 will be pre-registration with one adult to fish as a team, and t-shirts will be given as part of the entry. There will be 1st 2nd and 3rd place winners for all age groups, games, prizes and other events as well. Food and beverages are free for those who participate.
Ruston City Council Meeting at Ruston City Hall from 5:30pm till 6:30pm June 5th
1st Annual “Christmas in the Park”
The First Annual “Christmas in the Park” at Lake D’Arbonne State Park in Farmerville. The lighting drive through will be held December 8th-11th…..Wednesday night – Saturday night. You will probably want to check in a day or two early to put up your decorations.
The State Park is 600 acres and is a beautiful park. Some of the camping spots are already reserved but there are about 40 spots left. There are many exciting plans for this 4 day event.
The park will have decorated campers and will have three loops to view! There will be lots for kids and adults to see and enjoy.
Please go to www.ReserveLaStateParks.com to book your sites in Lake D’Arbonne State Park for this new and exciting event. Several sites are already taken, so register soon to get a great spot. If you have any questions regarding this event, please call Jon McKinnie at 318-368-3947
Hope to see you at Christmas in the Park in Farmerville, Louisiana December 8th – 11th.
This reminder from the Big Q! We care about everybody and everything in Q Country!
Memorial Day Holiday Closure
Ruston, LA – City Hall and the Utility Billing Office will be closed on
Monday, May 31, 2021.
There will be no garbage collection for inside city limits residential
routes Monday, May 31, 2021. Garbage pickup for Monday’s inside
city limits residential routes will be picked up on Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
There will be no commercial garbage collection Monday, May
For emergency utility services, contact 318-255-1316.
We are proud to announce that 94.1 is now streaming again on the newly formatted web page. You can listen live to Real Country 94.1 or our sister station Solid Gold & Blues 102.3 on the site. Just click on the listen live button for the station you want and thanks for listening to the Big Q 94.1 and KWXM 102.3
Photos from D.A.R.T.'s post
Louisiana Chicken Festival Treasure Hunt Clues are given exclusively here on "Really Country" Q94.1FM and sponsored by First Guaranty Bank in downtown Dubach.
The next Clue will be read at 5:05 today (Friday) during Larry Allen's afternoon show.
CLUE #6 (FRI 12:05 p.m.) - Go south of Dixie Mart and you are on the wrong track. If you are east of Dubach school...you had better turn back.
Clue #8 will be read LIVE FROM THE LOUISIANA CHICKEN FESTIVAL on Saturday morning at 8:35.
We hope to see you in downtown Dubach on Saturday morning. Come by the Q-Truck on Main Street to say hello and let us know that you listen to "Really Country" Q94.1FM!
GOOD MORNING TREASURE HUNTERS!
The Louisiana Chicken Festival kicks off in downtown Dubach today at noon!
Treasure Hunt Clues are given exclusively on "Really Country" Q94.1FM and sponsored by First Guaranty Bank in Downtown Dubach.
The Treasure is worth $250 and instructions will be enclosed in the egg on how to claim the prize. When hunting for the egg, remember it will be located on public property. Please do not damage any flowers, decorations or property. Knowledge of Dubach history will be helpful in locating the egg. If you need help with clues and history, ask Dubach residents for help!
CLUE #5 - (FRI. 7:05 .a.m.) While searching for the egg, look both ways. The road you are near is very busy most days.
The Louisiana Chicken Festival Clues are given exclusively right here on Q94.1FM and sponsored by First Guaranty Bank in downtown Dubach.
CLUE #3 - (THUR 7:05 a.m.) The Autrey House is located too far west. You have to travel east to find the nest.
CLUE #4 - (THUR 12:05 p.m.) The egg is well hidden and not in plain sight. When traveling west on Hwy 151...look to the right.
GOOD LUCK! And remember, the egg will be on public property.
The Louisiana Chicken Festival Treasure Hunt Clues are given exclusively right here on Q94.1FM and sponsored by First Guaranty Bank of Dubach.
The Treasure is worth $250 with instructions inside the egg for claiming the prize. Remember...the egg will be located on public property. While hunting for the egg...please be considerate and do not damage any flowers, decorations or property. Knowledge of Dubach history will be helpful in locating the egg. If you need help with clues and history, feel free to ask Dubach residents for help.
CLUE #1 (7:05 WED a.m.): The egg is small in size and the color is green. Look south of Hamilton Road or it will not be seen.
CLUE #2 (12:05 WED p.m.): Dollar General is South of where the egg does lie. Be careful and avoid the vehicles passing close by.
Check out our Sister Station, 102.3 FM's new format!!
Congratulation go out to Mercedes Coleman of the Summerfield Lady Rebels for being selected to the 2017 LHSAA Girls’ Marsh Madness All-Tournament Team. Way to go Mercedes and the entire Lady Rebels team.
Hey Q Country, Listen Up!! This Friday Sept 23rd, beginning at 11am, come by the station and get some Delicious, Falling Off The Bone Ribs with dirty rice, baked beans, potato salad and roll for only $9.00!! Last year they were awesome! They are bringing 88 racks of ribs and will cook them slow, all morning, right here! This is our 2nd annual fundraiser for the Daniel Stafford Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering at LA Tech. Daniel was killed just days before graduating at LA Tech. This is a great meal, for an even greater cause. All proceeds go to this scholarship....Don't miss it!!
Here at Pliler International we would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the victims of the recent flooding in South Louisiana. We have seen that there is an immediate need for non perishable food, water, and clothing. We will be a drop off point for these items until September 2nd 2016, and will deliver the items Saturday September 3rd.
Drop off Location is our dealership located at 7690 W. 70th St.
Shreveport, LA 71129
Phone number: 318-891-8414
A small Pomeranian mix female dog was found today at Origin Bank on Trenton Street in Ruston across from Super 1. If you know who she belongs to, please call Q94.1 at 255-7941....please share.
Big, Big shout out to the # 1 seed Summerfield Lady Rebels of coach Randy Carlisle as they continue their quest to defend their Class C State Basketball Title. The Lady Rebels had little problem in dispatching the # 4 seed Lady Hornets of Plainview by a score of 69 to 36 Tuesday afternoon in the University Center at Hammond, La. Summerfield led by 18, 33 to15, at the end of the first half and extended their lead to the final victory margin of 33, 69 to 36 as they ran out the clock for the final buzzer. This now pits the # 1 seed Lady Rebels against the # 2 seed Pleasant Hill Lady Eagles, a 65 to 49 victor over the # 3 seed Atlanta Lady Bulldogs.
Summerfield (29-1) and Pleasant Hill (28-11) have already met one time this season as the Lady Rebels posted a 44 - 34 home victory over the Lady Eagles on January 15, 2016. In looking at common opponents the Lady Rebels are 13-0 and the Lady Eagles 9-2. However do not count the Lady Eagles out, they are a very talented team and the Lady Rebels not only need to bring their "A" game to take the big trophy but they also need all of the Lady Rebel fans that can make the trip to show up and be LOUD & PROUD in cheering them on to victory. The game will be played Friday afternoon in the University Center at Hammond and please do your best to attend. However, if you are unable to make the game you can catch all of the action right here on KRLQ 94.1 FM. If you have family and friends that are out of the reach of our signal, they can go to our web page, www.krlqfm.com and click the blue "Listen Live" button to catch all the action on their computer.
GO LADY REBELS!!!
Oh Boy!!! What a Game!! A big crowd of fans from Arcadia and Haynesville gathered in Red Franklin Stadium to view the action as these two teams met in semi-final action to see which one would go to New Orleans next Friday to battle Kentwood for the state championship. Each team was fired-up and ready. The crowd was loud and rowdy. The weather was cold and crisp. What a great night for high school football......... Louisiana style.
The first half was a titanic defensive struggle except for one drive by each team for a score. As the defenses were dominating the action Haynesville was able to put together a drive and punched in a touchdown with 1:01 left in the first quarter. The PAT was kicked and the Tors held a 7-0 lead. Arcadia came right back on the ensuing possession and took it the length of the field to ring up 6 points as the try for 2 was unsuccessful. That was all of the scoring in the 1st half as the two heavyweights swapped body blows but no knock-outs.The one notable facet of the 1st half was that Arcadia began to show signs of tiring as so many of their players were having to go both ways.
In the 3rd quarter Haynesville was able to take advantage of several Hornet miscues and and scored 3 times to push out to a 28-6 lead. The Tors were able to have short-field situations and the Arcadia defense was on the field for almost the entire quarter. On their last possession of the quarter the Hornets began a drive that carried to the 10:41 mark of the 4th quarter culmunating in a touchdown and 2 point conversion to cut the Tor lead to 28-14. Haynesville mounted 2 more scoring opportunities but the Hornet defense denied them both times with the last one ending at the Hornet 5 yard line late in the game. After getting 1 first down via penalty and then another on a pass the Hornets were stymied by the Tor defense and gave the ball over on a failed 4th down attempt at the Hornet 32 yard line. Haynesville was then able to push in the final score but failed to convert the PAT kick and moved the score to 34-14 with 1:02 left in the game which was the final score. A shout out to both teams for a spirited, cleanly played game where each team played as hard as they could.
Arcadia has had a great season and they are a very young football team that will make a big push in next years playoffs. Congratulations and much admiration to the team, coaches, fans and the school administration for an exciting season.
Congratulations to the Haynesville Golden Tornadoes as they prepare to take on the Kentwood Kangaroos this coming Friday at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. This will be their 4th straight appearance in the classic and an opportunity to claim their 3rd consecutive championship. The pregame show will start around 3:30PM with the kickoff slated for 4:30PM right here on KRLQ FM 94.1. You can also listen to the action at www.krlqfm.com and click the "Listen Live" button in the upper right corner. ALL who can be sure to make the trip and support the Tors on this attempt for greatness. Does the number 19 mean anything to anyone?????? GO TORS!!!
UPDATE: The Haynesville/Homer pregame show will begin at 6:30PM rather than the 7:00 as previously listed. The game will still kick off at 7:30 PM. This will be a network broadcast on both KRLQ FM 94.1 and KWXM FM 102.3 as well as online at www.krlqfm.com......click on the "Listen Live" button in the upper right corner.
Arcadia Hornets vs Haynesville Golden Tornado Friday, Dec. 4
Arcadia and Haynesville, District 1A Foes, will meet in semi-final action Friday, December 4, 2015 at Red Franklin Memorial Stadium in Haynesville with kick-off slated for 7:30 PM. Pregame will begin on KRLQ 94.1 and KWXM 102.3 at 7:00 PM.
Arcadia got to the semi's in heart-stopping fashion. Arcadia, #7 seed and leading for almost the entire game, was holding on to a tenuous 14 - 12 lead late in the 4th quarter. #2 seed Basile put together an outstanding drive to score with 15 seconds left in the game. Tagging on a 2 point conversion Basile took what appeared to be a game winning 20 - 14 lead. However Arcadia was able to down the ensuing kick-off at their own 35 yard line. They then lofted a miraculous 65 yard "Hail Mary" touchdown pass to tie the game at 20 all. Going for 2 to win the game Arcadia was able to convert on the try to claim a 22 - 20 heart stopping victory. I can only imagine the home-standing Basile fans being in utter shock at the drastic turn of events. I also can only imagine the great celebration from the Hornets fans and team as they turned certain defeat into unbelievable cheers of victory. Great win for the Hornets and congratulations to the team and the fans.
Haynesville moved into the semi's in a less dramatic fashion as they put together a very dominating performance. The Tors man-handled the White Castle Bulldogs for the majority of the game. White Castle took the opening kickoff and marched 72 yards for the opening score of the game and converted a 2 pt run for the extra point try to take a quick 8 - 0 lead over the Tors. After a nice return to their own 42 the Tors then took it on in for the touchdown and converted their 2 point try to knot the game at 8 all. The Tors then totally dominated the visiting Bulldogs holding them to 5 consecutive 3 and outs while putting 2 more 8 point tallies on the board to take a 24 - 8 halftime lead. With 2:53 left in the 3rd Haynesville punched in another score but failed on the conversion to take a commanding 30 - 8 lead into the 4th quarter.
White Castle began to generate some offense and with 11:53 left in the game they pushed in another score and 2 point conversion to narrow the gap to 30 - 16. However, that was as close as they would get as the Haynesville defense thwarted any further scores and closed out the game to claim the 30 - 16 victory.
In their meeting this year during district play Haynesville took a 57 - 38 win over the Hornets at Arcadia. Haynesville jumped out to a 33 - 8 lead before Arcadia came alive in the second half to put 30 points on the board while holding the Tors to 24.
This game shapes up to be a real barn burner so make your plans now to be in Haynesville this coming Friday night. One of these teams will be going to the SuperDome for the championship game. Come out and support your team. If you can't make the game you can catch all the action on KRLQ 94.1 or on KWXM 102.3. As always if you aren't within reach of the radio broadcast you can go to www.krlqfm.com and click on the "listen live" button to be in all the action on your computer.
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