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Email:  frontdesk@kthsradio.com

Mail to: P.O. Box 191, Berryville, AR 72616       Drop off: #1 Radio Drive, Berryville, AR 72616

By Phone:  870-423-2147     By Fax:  870-423-2146

 Upcoming Events:​​

​A Benefit Account for the Keever/Santiago Family has been set up at Cornerstone Bank.​ Donations may be made at any Cornerstone Bank location. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated.

The Holiday Island Fire Department Auxiliary will hold its first luncheon and business meeting of the year at noon Tuesday, January 24, 2017, in the Clubhouse ballroom at 1 Country Club Drive, with doors opening at 11:30 a.m. for social visiting and NOON for lunch.  The cost is $8.00 for lunch and $12.00 for dues.  Reservation must be made by Friday, January 20th.  Please call Drenda Higdon  363-8125.

The Berryville Library - Tuesday, January 24th @ 4PM: TWEEN BOOK CLUB For more information please contact the Berryville Public Library at 423-2323.  The library is located at 104 Spring Street.

The Madison County Cattlemen will meet January 24th at 7 pm at the American Legion Building on Highway 23 South of Huntsville.  Farm Credit Services will sponsor the meeting with Dr. Chris Ashworth from Elanco speaking about the new VFD rules that went into effect January 1.  The public is welcome to attend.  

The Berryville Library - Wednesday, January 25th @ 4PM: LEGO CLUB CHALLENGE DAY For more information please contact the Berryville Public Library at 423-2323.  The library is located at 104 Spring Street.

The Berryville Library - Thursday, January 26th @ 4PM: BOOK NUTS READING CLUB (1st - 3rd grade) For more information please contact the Berryville Public Library at 423-2323.  The library is located at 104 Spring Street.


Benefit Team Roping for Larry Griffith
Saturday, January 28th, 2017 @ 12:00pm
Berryville Fairground In-Door Arena
#12 & #10 (no cap)
3 Head Progressive
$20 man (no limit)
Concessions will be available!
For more info: Call Kevin (Short) Williams (870) 423-8444 or Text Devon Williams (870) 423-8040

Branson Arts Council Presents Young People's Concert
January 31, 2017
9:00am - 10:00am
Hughes Brothers Theatre, 3425 W. Hwy 76, Branson
This concert will bring approximately 700 children from the Branson and surrounding counties, to listen to live symphonic music and to gain valuable exposure to the elements of musical styles and eras.
On the day of the performance, the children are brought to the concert by school busses, seated together by classes with their teachers and treated to an enriching cultural experience. The music is interspersed with entertaining facts about each composition. Musical iinstrumentation is explained, as are differences in musical styles.
The program is open to home school children and private schools as well. Call the Branson Arts Council Office for more information. 336-4255

Upcoming blood drive with CBCO
Code Red Alert issued for O Positive and O Negative blood types - A Code Yellow Alert issued for A Positive, B Negative blood types - donors urged to give this week
January 19, 2017-
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is on a CODE RED ALERT for O Positive and O Negative blood types and a CODE YELLOW ALERT for B Negative and A Positive blood types.  The community is strongly urged to give blood this week at a CBCO donor center or blood drive.
Donors to Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) provide all of the blood for patients at 40 area hospitals. On average, a transfusion takes place every seven minutes and around 200 donations are needed each day to meet the area’s blood needs. You can help by giving blood at this upcoming blood drive:
Eureka Springs
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
1:00 PM to  6:00 PM
Inn of the Ozarks
Hwy 62 West

Each donation will be awarded LifePoints as a part of CBCO’s donor rewards program.  LifePoints may be redeemed online for a variety of gift cards, or points may be assigned to other meaningful causes or charities.  More information on the LifePoints donor rewards program may be found at
To be eligible to give blood, you must weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and present a valid photo ID.  For more information about sharing your good health with others, please visit our website at
www.cbco.org, or call toll-free 1-800-280-5337. Thank you for giving life to your community.

Lift up a childs voice and life. Get involved at casaforchildren.org. Be a court appointed special advocate volunteer. Volunteer training in Berryville starts soon. Come to the free lunch at noon on February 3rd at Cornerstone Bank in Berryville for more information. Rsvp to 479-725-2213 or visit http://www.nwacasa.org/volunteer/volunteer-information/

Polar Bear Challenge Benefit Ragball Tournament Benefitting Kevin Lofgren
Saturday, Febuary 4 @ A.L. Carter Fields
All-Day Event including Auction
For more auction information, contact Deneen Foster, (870) 654-3933
For more tournament information, contact Randy Franz, (870) 480-2096

Let us be your Valentine!
A special evening for those over 50 who at this time of their life are single for different life reasons.
The theme for the evening is “Every Heart Has A Story to Tell”.  Romantic Tracy/Hepburn movies will be playing in the background, corsages and boutonnieres will be given, photographer and photo booth, you are welcome to bring pictures of your beloved to share with your heart story around the dinner table.
Please plan to attend dinner with us on Tuesday, February 14th, celebrating the love of the Father for each of us, and our love for one another.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 at New Day Fellowship, 440 Passion Play Road Eureka Springs.
Please reserve by Feb 10th your place at the table by calling Tera at 870-350-6221 or Virginia 479-981-1622


Ongoing Events:

​​Berryville Kiwanis Gun & Knife Raffle
*Proceeds Directly Benefit Scholarship Recipients*
Multiple Chances to Win!!!
Only 500 Tickets will be sold!
To purchase your ticket stop in First National Bank of North Arkansas or Anstaff Bank or call (870) 423-9195
Must be 21 years or older.
~Grandma's Gunroom ~ Nighthawk Custom ~ Butch Hanby~
Dates of Drawings: 1/4 Glock 42, 1/11 Remington 870 12 GA Shotgun, 1/18 Marlin Lever Action 30/30, 1/25 Butch Hanby Knife, 2/1 Browning Buckmark .22, 2/8 Mossber 500 20 GA Shotgun, 2/15 S&W M&P Compact .22, 2/22 Butch Hanby Knife, 3/1 Savage 11 Trophy Hunter 22/250, 3/8 Ruger LCP 380 ACP, 3/15 Savage 320 12 GA Shotgun, 3/22 Ruger 10/22 Takedown, 3/29 Butch Hanby Knife, 4/5 Glock 17 Gen 4 9mm, 4/12 Savage 42 410/22 Combo, 4/19 Ruger M77 270, 4/26 Butch Hanby Knife, 5/3 Heritage Revolver .22, 5/10 Para USA 1911 Commander 45 Cal, 5/17 Ruger American Bolt Action 308, 5/24 Butch Hanby Knife, 5/31 Springfield Armory XD Model 2 9mm, 6/7 Mossverg Patriot Bolt Action 25-06, 6/14 Mossberg 500 12 GA Shotgun, 6/21 Butch Hanby Knife

The North Arkansas College and Carnegie Library are partnering to host free GED classes Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bobcat Plaza.
Evening Classes are available Monday and Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
These classes will prepare you with individualized study and tutoring to take the GED test. The morning classes are open to 16- and 17- year-old's who meet who meet educational requirements. If you are 18 to 21 years of age, The Arkansas Workforce Center is offering a chance for 40 hours' work per week for attending the classes 20 hours a week.
For further information, contact the Carroll County Center at 870-423-4455.


Mercy Auxiliary in conjunction with Area Agency on Aging sponsors an Alzheimer’s Support Group for Caregivers the THIRD THURSDAY of each month from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the conference room at Area Agency at 1204 Primrose in Berryville.
Caregivers are welcome at any meeting to share experiences and to receive comfort and resources.
For more information, call Rebecca Davis at 870-350-3415 or Anita Spearman at 479-981-0626

Berryville Library

  • THURSDAYS - ALL DAY: Free Brain Games
  • TUESDAYS - 10am: Peaceful Pencil Time adult coloring program

For more information please contact the Berryville Public Library at 423-2323.  The library is located at 104 Spring Street.

Bentonville American Legion Post 77 meets at 7 p.m. the first Thursday of each month in the Masonic Lodge, 805 NW Eighth St. in Bentonville. A light dinner is served at 6 p.m.

Bentonville American Legion Post 77 hosts "A Veteran's Coffee" from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. the fourth Saturday of each month at the Center for Nonprofit at St. Mary's Building, 1200 W. Walnut St. in Rogers on the 1st floor. ANY and ALL Veterans are invited.

Green Forest Library

  • Every Wednesday All day: Coloring Page Wednesday! The Green Forest Library offers free coloring pages for adults and children to color and then hang in our gallery!
  • Classic Kids Movies at the Green Forest Library, the second and third Thursdays at 4pm. Come watch Sleeping Beauty and Peter Pan!
  • Knitting and Crochet Club at the Green Forest Library on the First and Third Wednesday’s at 11:30 AM Come learn how to knit or crochet a blanket!
  • Knitting and Crochet Club at the Green Forest Library on the Second and Fourth Mondays at 5:30 PM Come Learn how to knit or crochet stuffed animals!

Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children (CASA volunteer) and speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children. Volunteers are needed in Carroll County. Lift up a child's voice. A child's life. Get involved at www.nwacasa.org or call 479-725-2213.

The Everything Ensemble is a group of musicians who get together once a week to play all kinds of compositions from sheet music. Existing and future repertoire, from Medieval to Modern and composers of all ages, both known and unknown, is chosen by group members. Opportunities abound for innovation, experiment, composition, arrangement and collaboration. We are looking for violin, viola, cello, string bass and some wind instrument players. There is no cost. For more information, call 479-253-6211 or email klucariello@gmail.com.

Trail Maintenance Supervisor at Hobbs State Park Requests Volunteer Help
Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area with 12,056 acres of wooded land  is the largest of all of the 52 Arkansas State Parks.  In the course of a year over 43,000 visitors use the 35 miles of trail that meander throughout the Park.  Twenty-four of those miles are multi-use, meaning that you can ride your horse, non-motorized bike, or hike.  The remaining miles of trail are for hiking only.
Visitor use and erosion due to weather, relentlessly take their toll on the trails.  Al Knox, Trail Maintenance Supervisor at the Park, is a maintenance crew of but one; therefore, the efforts of volunteers are an indispensable means of making sure the Hobbs trails are properly maintained.  Typical tasks for volunteers include repair of drainage structures, pruning, vegetation removal, and trail tread maintenance.  No prior experience is necessary, and you can learn new skills.
If you like to hike, bike, or ride and enjoy well maintained trails, call Al Knox and become a trail maintenance volunteer at Hobbs State Park.

  • What to bring:  Sturdy boots, gloves, appropriate clothing, water, and snacks
  • Where to meet:  Hobbs State Park Maintenance Complex on War Eagle Road at the Hwy. 12/War Eagle Road intersection
  • When:   Second Saturday every month
  • Time:    8:00 am

Please call Al Knox, Trail Maintenance Supervisor at Hobbs State Park, to let him you are coming so he can properly plan activities.  479-530-2458

First Southern Baptist church of Holiday Island will host a family movie and game night at 6 pm, the first Friday of every month.  Call 479-253-6711 for more information.

The Berryville Lions Club
meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday in the Mercy Hospital Dayroom @ 12:30. All are welcomed to attend. For more information about lions Club you can go to
www.lionsclubs.org or contact club president Tyler Ashworth at 870-423-2161 ext 1302.

Little Switzerland Amateur Radio Club
meets at 12:00 noon on the second Thursday of the month, and at 6:30 PM on the third Thursday of the month. Check out their website at
for current information on the location of each meeting.

The Farewell 4-H Club
has resumed meetings. They will meet the second Tuesday of every month at the Head School House at 6 PM and always have a potluck supper. The club is for anyone eager to learn about the country, or old-fashioned way of life that seems to be fading.