Category: Morning Show Blog
Hear the winners of our P.A. with Dave at the Homerun for the Homeless on Tuesday May 12th! Want to see you there! Remember if you buy a ticket to come to the game THIS Tuesday night at 7 you’ll get free entry into the Tulsa Drillers game that afternoon at… Read More »
We spoke with Matt from the Castle of Muskogee about the 20th anniversary of the Renaissance Festival. So many things to do and see!
Dave Weston from the KXOJ morning show is this year’s emcee and booth announcer for the home-run for the homeless at Driller’s Stadium and would love to see you at the event this May 12th! Here’s the cool part, if you buy a ticket you can get into the Drillers game … Read More »
How about doing some Mother’s Day shopping with Heather this Saturday? Join Heather on Saturday from 11a-1p at Kairos 10 at 4619 S. Harvard in Tulsa. This Friday and Saturday you have an opportunity to save the life of a child. Come to the Kairos 10 Spring Trunk Sale at 46th… Read More »
A star on Duck Dynasty and now a beacon of hope for young people with her blatant stance of faith in God, Sadie recently made a video sharing her heart. The audio is below. I think it is wonderful that she is speaking up and boldly proclaiming Christ and the scriptures… Read More »
Listen and find out how Dave and Heather both first met Matthew and why in his opinion he would never vacation in Iceland :) He’ll be in concert on April 11th at the Mabee Center with Colton Dixon!
Listen below! You may hear your voice on this montage from the show the past week! We LOVE having you as a listener. Without you we could not have the fun we have each morning. Thank you! -Dave and Heather
The new album from Hawk Nelson is in stores now! For a chance to win a copy just listen to Dave and Heather.
As you know, Mark Hall of Casting Crowns will be going in this Wednesday 3/11 for surgery. It’s easy to forget how much of an impact Casting Crowns have had on so many people. Mark’s initial post to Facebook from last week trended #2 by receiving over 12.2 Million views with… Read More »
From a photo taken in 1982 we noticed the bridge height read 14’4″ and the most recent photo of the bridge it was 13’10”. You called us to explain why :)