CEO Dr. John Bustle to schedule interview to air Tuesday, April 14th at 9 and 5 pm.

CEO Doctor John Bustle of Bates County Memorial Hospital will go live

from the studios of FM 921. To address the public. Dr. Bustle is

scheduled to tape his updated comments on Monday, April 13th. This

recorded interview will air live at 9 am and again at 5 pm during the Local

News segment of our programming. The interview will be posted to the website for your viewing by mid-morning April 14th.

Thank You- FM 92.1 Employees

Many essential employees are working tirelessly to continue to provide you with the comforts you are used to., Doctors and Nurses, Caregivers Police and Sheriff employees, School Teachers and Truck-Drivers. The Workers that are stocking shelves and delivering your food and groceries to your car. Your local Pharmacies and grocery stores.  Let us take the time to publicly thank the employees on staff at your hometown radio station. These people are the voice of your city, keeping you updated on local businesses that are closed, information from city officials, and posting cancellations of scheduled events. Preparing your local news and weather and trying to keep our spirits up with our favorite Country Music.

FM 92.1 Owner, Melody Thornton would like to take the time to thank her essential employees that are keeping FM 92.1 on the air for you. Also leaving their families at home to make sure you have your local news and Facebook information. We appreciate our clients that support their local radio station by advertising.

Melody would like to take this time to thank her loyal employees that are fighting this battle with her.

Morning  DJ Rick Kuenzler / Pleasant Hill
Afternoon Automation Programmer/ Cindy Nickerson/ Butler
Secretary/ News Director Assistant  and Girl Friday Diane Bartels
Sales Rep/ Beverly Baze/ Rich Hill

FM 92.1 Owner stated, ” I could not do this alone. I appreciate my employees.”

Autumn Acres Family Farm Needs Your Yard Clippings

Autumn Acres Family Farm in Butler is in need of bags of old leaves, grass clippings, and old mulch.  If you’ve bagged any of these during spring cleaning with plans to throw them away, contact Autumn Acres Family Farm first.  These items are needed for their chicken run which is currently a mud pit.  Autumn Acres Family Farm 660-200-5394.

Jeep Stolen from Heiman Agri Service in Butler

Heiman Agri Services of Butler would like for the public to keep an eye out for a black Jeep. It’s a 4 door Jeep Wrangler and it was stolen out of their shop last night about 12:30AM. Heiman Agri Service has footage of it being backed out but couldn’t see who broke in and took it. If you happen to see or know the whereabouts of this vehicle call Heiman Agri Service at 660-679-3000 or the Bates County Sheriff’s Office, 660-679-3232.