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KISR 93 & the U.S. Army National Guards Friday Night Frenzy #1
Vian Wolverines vs. Muldrow Bulldogs
Unexpected Fort Smith
The brilliance of art in Downtown Fort Smith
KISR 93's "We're Bleedin' Blue For You!"
Honoring those in uniform who serve!
KISR 93's Airedales vs. Pointers Tailgate Party
School Supply Give Away
KISR 93.7 LIVE at the Diamond Daze Festival
With the U.S. Army Arkansas National Guard!
Getting kids in need in the Fort Smith area ready for school.
We helped the Sallisaw Black Diamonds kick off their Midway festivities... Crazy fun!
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RICK "BIG DOG" HAYES
Rick Hayes "Big Dog" started his radio career at KISR in 1973. He then went to KTKS "Kiss 106 FM" in Dallas in 1983. Big Dog then took over the reigns at KTFM "Hot 103" in San Antonio until 1991. He then was named Vice President of Promotion for Platinum Music in Los Angeles.
Platinum Music handled acts like Paula Abdul and Gwen Stefani. After ten years in the record business Big Dog returned to his first love...Radio!
Join him every morning at 6am for Kisser Good Morning on The Most Music Kisser 93!
Mick is a husband, father of five, Producer, Writer, Air Personality, Comedian.
Mick has been married to Kristin Holmes for 25 years.
He hasbeen in radio for 24 years.
First time he was at KISR was from 1994 - 2004.
He returned to KISR in 2012.
Mick is also 1/3 of the comedy group, Ded Heir. He is the founder of The Idiocy Coalition. Mick started Auntie Kwaited Entertainment in 2000. Listen to Mick in the afternoon on KISR FM!
Hello, this is Race Riley on KISR 93.7 FM. I have lived in this area since after birth and I call Van Buren Pointer Country my hometown. I have been listening to KISR ever since I was a kid. The most memorable of weather events, by the way, I'm a Broadcast Meteorology Major, was the April 21st, 1996 Fort Smith/Van Buren Tornado.
My parents always listened to KISR when I was a kid and mainly because me and my little brother always wanted to listen to it (especially for me because when I'd hear the KISR Weather Bed, I'd crank it up LOUD and still do during LIVE & LOCAL weather coverage!) and I always told my parents when I was a kid that I would one day work for KISR and now, here I am. This is not only looked at as my job but, it too, is my hobby and my absolute favorite.