2/15 Tuesday Night Butler Bears Win!

Butler Bears 56 – Eldorado Springs Bulldogs 55 Adrian Blackhawks 63 – Jasper Eagles 35

Tune in Friday 2/18 @ 7pm as we broadcast the Bears playing the Buffalo Bison

FM 92 Welcomes Muscle Brigade in Rich Hill

In a new business feature story, Muscle Brigade in Rich Hill is highlighted.  Locally owned and operated by, retired Sergeant First Class, United States Army, Curtis Gwinn.

 Gwinn, a Rich Hill native, grew up, went to school, played high school sports, and graduated from Rich Hill High School in 2000.

Curtis has been married to Sherri Gwinn of Adrian for almost 14 years and they have 4 children.

For the last 10 years, Gwinn has had the desire to own a gym and to be able to give back to the kids and the community and educate them on fitness, weight training, powerlifting, and bodybuilding.

When asked how he came up with the name Muscle Brigade, being very proud of the military, Curtis said “in the Army they have, starting at the bottom, a Company then Battalion then a Brigade. The Brigade is the highest of the three”. The military is about family and community. So, he came up with Brigade and then happened to think muscle and so “Muscle Brigade” was formed.

In addition to regular workout equipment, Muscle Brigade offers tanning, personal training, sports training, and camps. They also offer presentations if you want them to come in and talk to your group about health nutrition and training.

The goals at Muscle Brigade are to educate the customers that come in, especially the youth on the fundamentals of lifting and stretching. They also look forward to building a bigger facility in the future so that they can offer a variety of exercises or group classes such as Zumba or Yoga.

If you would like more information about Muscle Brigade and the services offered, contact Curtis at 417-283-1694.  You can also see them on Facebook.  FM 92 welcomes one of Rich Hill’s newest businesses, “Muscle Brigade”, and we wish them much success.

Missouri fifth-graders invited to enter 2022 Drinking Water Week poster contest

Entries are due by April 1, 2022

JEFFERSON CITY, MO, FEB. 15, 2022 –  To celebrate Drinking Water Week May 1-7, fifth grade students from throughout Missouri are invited to participate in an annual poster contest sponsored by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the Missouri Section of the American Water Works Association.

The contest’s theme remains “There when you need it.” Contest entries must be postmarked or submitted electronically by April 1, 2022. Each entry should include the student’s name, teacher’s name and school’s name, address and telephone. Students should also sign the front of the artwork. The artwork can be no larger than 11 by 17 inches or a 3 MB pdf. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners: $300 for first place, $200 for second place and $100 for third place. The winners will be featured on the department’s website and social media platforms.

Entries will be judged on three criteria: originality, concept execution and the poster’s relation to public water supplies. The poster should illustrate how tap water is essential to our daily lives and is there when we need it. Entries may be drawn, colored, painted or created electronically. Entries will not be returned.

Mail entries to: Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Director’s Office – LCSOB-4E, Attn: Tisha Holden,  P.O. Box, 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176. Submit electronic entries as a pdf to socialmedia@dnr.mo.gov. For more information, call 573-526-1837 or visit dnr.mo.gov/water/get-involved/drinking-water-week.

Bates County Fair Board Tail-adega nights Mouse Races

Bates County Fair Board will host Tail-adega nights Mouse races on Saturday, March 12th in the Fair building at the Bates County Fair Grounds.

Ticket for the mouse races, dinner, all you can drink beer, and live music is $25.00 each and you must be 21 to attend this event.

Guest are invited to sponsor a race for $150.00 or a mouse for $200.00. If you sponsor a race, you will get 2 free tickets to the event. If you sponsor a mouse, you get two free tickets and you choose the mouse’s name.

Doors for the Bates County Fair Board Tail-adega nights Mouse Races will open at 5:30pm, Mouse Races at 6:30pm with live music from Honky Tock Dream to follow.

Bates County Fair Board will giveaway prizes included 2 grand prizes, Gobbler Roost Cert. Gun.

For tickets or more information contact Brandy Ward at 660-424-3113.

All proceeds from the Bates County Fair Board Mouse races on March 12th will go to maintenance and construction of the Bates County youth fair grounds.

The Bates County Fair Building is located at 1044-1062 E Nursery Street in Butler.