Summer Nash 2016!

KJJJ, KNTR Talk, KVYL, KNTR Sports
will pull a Finalist Every Friday
June 17- July 8

One Finalist will be drawn from each Summer Cash Merchant every Friday and placed in the final drawing
July 11, 2016

Final Winner Will Receive:

  • Air Fare for Two to Nashville, TN
  • Room for Two at the Hyatt downtown Nashville, TN
  • $500 Spending Cash
  • America’s Morning Show Studio Tour & Meet Blair Garner, Kelly Ford & Chuck Wicks
  • ASH Night’s Live Studio Tour& Meet Shawn Parr & Elaina
  • American Country Countdown With Kix Brooks Tour & Meet Kix Brooks
  • Two Tickets to the Grand Ole Opry with Backstage Passes
  • Tour for Two at Kix Brooks Arrington Vineyards

SUMMER NASH CONTEST RULES

EFFECTIVE DATES JUNE 13 – JULY 11, 2016

Must be 21 to enter. No purchase necessary. One entry per person, per location, per day. Taxes if any are the responsibility of the winner. Employees of sponsoring radio station(s) are ineligible. Employees of participating businesses are eligible only at businesses they are NOT employed. Finalists will be drawn and notified on a weekly basis during the duration of the promotion i.e. June 20, June 27, July 5, July 11, 2016. One finalist from each participating merchant will be drawn by participating merchant randomly each week from entry box(s) located at participating merchant. Each participating merchant’s weekly finalist will be placed into a separate box where the Grand Prize winner will be drawn July 11, 2016. Winner will be called at number given on entry slip and will be notified on their winnings by July 12, 2016. July 15, 2016 will be the final day for winner to claim their prize. All entries give Radio Central, included but not limited to radio stations KJJJ, KNTR Talk, KVYL, and KNTR Sports, permission to use their names, photos or likenesses. All decisions of Radio Central and our management are final. Winner cannot redeem value of prize(s) for cash. Winner
may only transfer prize(s) with authorization from Radio Central LLC. List of Finalists will be made available on our website WWW.MyRadioCentral.COM or at 1845 McCulloch Boulevard, Suite A-14, Lake Havasu City, Arizona, during regular business hours (8AM-5PM Monday thru Friday).

Summer Nash ICON
List of participating businesses

NEW FRIDAY BUS ROUTE LINKS NEEDLES TO BARSTOW AND VICTORVILLE

NEW FRIDAY BUS ROUTE LINKS NEEDLES TO BARSTOW AND VICTORVILLE

VVTANeedlesLinkRibbonCutting_sm
Left to right: San Bernardino Superior Court Presiding Judge Raymond Haight, San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chair Robert Lovingood, City of Needles Mayor Ed Paget, Needles Chamber of Commerce President Pam Blake, City of Needles Council Member Shaun Gudmundson, City of Needles Vice Mayor Jeff Williams.

 

(Needles, CA) Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) is announcing a new bus route, designated the “Needles Link” which will be providing transportation from Needles, to Barstow and Victorville, on Fridays, beginning June 17th. The route is in response to a request from the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chair, Robert Lovingood. Lovingood says, “The Needles Link is a cost-effective local solution for veterans, seniors and the general public.” He adds that the new route, “is an innovative way to help desert residents deal with the state’s funding cuts to courts in Needles and Barstow.” The reason for the Friday route is that courts have agreed to create a special Needles Calendar; most cases will be scheduled on Fridays.

Residents currently make the more than 350 mile round trip in a personal vehicle if they have one, borrow a vehicle to use, or are driven by a friend or family member. Making the trip can be a challenge. “Having access to reliable transportation to Barstow and Victorville will be a worthwhile convenience for many residents of Needles, and a godsend for some,” says Kevin Kane, Executive Director of VVTA. The fare will be affordable. One way is $12, about 6-cents per mile. Veterans, those 60-years of age or older and the disabled are ½ price. Up to 3 children ages 5 and under ride free.

While the new bus route was created to provide alternate transportation to the courts in Barstow and Victorville, anyone from anywhere can ride for any reason. Some may want to visit family or friends, shop, or have non-court related business in Barstow or Victorville. Residents of Needles who need or want to ride the Needles Link will be given preferential treatment. While anyone can reserve a seat, Needles residents can get curb-to-curb pickup and drop off by calling 760-948-3030.

After completing curb pickups, the bus will depart from the bus stop on G Street, near the Needles Chamber of Commerce at 6:15 A.M. It will arrive in Barstow at 9:30, and in Victorville by 10:15. The bus will return to Needles at 7:15 Friday night.

Victor Valley Transit Authority will be utilizing a single, 16-passenger state-of-the-art vehicle, but more and/or larger buses will be added as demand increases.

Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) is a public transit agency and Consolidated Transportation Services Agency (CTSA), providing bus, ADA paratransit, and vanpool service to California’s High Desert. VVTA’s service area spans nearly 1,000 square miles, featuring service to Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Needles, Victorville and unincorporated San Bernardino County, including Daggett, Helendale, Hinkley, Lucerne Valley, Newberry Springs, Oak Hills, Oro Grande, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Wrightwood, and Yermo. Commuter service to Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC) and connecting service from the High Desert to the Inland Empire is also provided. Additional information and service alerts are available at VVTA.org and Twitter.com/VVTransit.

LHHS Career Technical Education Shining Knight Awards

Kevin Hooker II and Trevor Gladwin received their WAVE honor cords-they both are certified in IC3, maintained a 3.0 GPA, and exceeded the passing score for the state assessment test.
Kevin Hooker II and Trevor Gladwin received their WAVE honor cords-they both are certified in IC3, maintained a 3.0 GPA, and exceeded the passing score for the state assessment test.
Deb Strother, advisor for FCCLA is presenting a certificate to Emily Cannon,  she is a Freshman who won gold in Recycle Redesign Junior division at the State SkillsUSA competition and will go to National Competition.
Deb Strother, advisor for FCCLA is presenting a certificate to Emily Cannon, she is a Freshman who won gold in Recycle Redesign Junior division at the State SkillsUSA competition and will go to National Competition.
Laura Denny is recognizing her students that won medals at the FBLA competition and are headed to Nationals.
Laura Denny is recognizing her students that won medals at the FBLA competition and are headed to Nationals.