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Too Close To Home – Carson’s September 11 Memory

I couldn’t wait for that week in September. I had a radio conference coming up in New York City. 3 days of clubs, and bands, and conferences in one of the nation’s biggest and coolest cities. Bring it on! Just one more day of work.  I remember my mom woke me up from a dead slumber, around 7:50a. I was …

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Cosmo and the Y107 Morning Show

Monday - Friday: 5:00am - 10:00am Saturday: 6:00am - 11:00am Hook-Up or Hang Up Archive Phone Jacks Archive  Facebook Twitter Instagram Email Us Blog COSMO Email me I am a St. Louis native and have lived in CoMo for 15 years now with kiddos Emma and Cole The Cardinals, Blues, Tigers, CC Cougars and Rams are my favorite sports teams and …

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Middays: 10:00am - 2:00pm Facebook Instagram Email me Blog When I was about 13, I quickly realized my childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian was not going to work out when I almost threw up during a science class dissection. The next logical career choice I had was to somehow get involved in the entertainment industry. Somewhere along the road, …

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Throwback Lunch

Mon-Fri: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Each weekday at noon, Ryan Seacrest steps aside and lets you take over as we go back in time for the Throwback Lunch. Old School Hip-Hop? YEP! 00's rap? Oh yeah! 90'-00'a alt rock? Why not? And of course, the boy bands and many more pop tracks from the mid 90's to songs that are about …

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Mornings: 5:00am - 10:00am Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm Facebook Instagram Email me Blog I grew up in Jeff City with my mom and brother who seriously rock! I have a degree in social work and have mostly worked with kids and families in need, but I’ve also been a bartender, nature center attendant, dog rescuer, promo model, barista, and painter. …

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Back to School Is “Poppin” in Georgia

Jack Harlow in between pictures of teachers who covered what's poppin

Back to school this year is more difficult than ever before. Between COVID-19, capacity rules, and the whole online learning thing, there are way more challenges. And that is adding to huge stress levels for teachers, students, and parents alike. Enter Miss Evans and Miss Williams. How cool would it be if your new teacher was not only an overnight …

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2021 WILL Be Music’s Best Year EVER

Concert with Best Year Ever displayed

There’s no denying 2020 has been a buzzkill for the music industry. For artists, venues, and promoters, that’s not even a strong enough statement. However, next year will more than make up for it. And we’re getting some proof to back that claim.

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Show-Me State Games Canceled This Summer

We received word today that the Show-Me State Games, previously announced to continue as scheduled, have now been cancelled. “While we are disappointed that we won’t be able to host our sporting events, we believe we are upholding our mission by putting our participants and the community’s health first.” ~Press Release from Dave Fox, Show-Me State Games Executive Director According …

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The Virtual Mid-Mo Baby Expo Has Begun

Moms, Mom-To-Be, Aunts, Grandmas… This is the event you’ve been waiting for.  All things babies, kids, and moms and this year, it’s all online. Better yet, it’ll stay that way until the end of the year. However, the swag bags and prizes won’t. So check it out now!

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Missouri To Be Spared the Heatwave of 2020?

Woman suffering from a summer heatwave

May was HOT! But according to scientists, that’s only the beginning for what is going to be a hotter than average summer for MOST of the US. We say MOST, because it’s for everyone that does not live in…  Missouri.

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Show-Me State Games to Hold Most Events as Scheduled

As we start to see a return to the familiar, “the light at the end of the tunnel” gets brighter with news from the Show-Me State Games.  They’ve announced that MOST of this year’s events will be held as originally scheduled. However, not ALL events, as some will be rescheduled, modified, or cancelled for 2020. All decisions are based on …

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Class of 2020 Celebration Prize Winner List

We had an awesome time celebrating the Senior Class of 2020 with the Columbia High Schools Senior All-Night Party!  We are all so proud of you! As we look forward to your bright future, we had fun looking back on some of the big songs from your milestone years. We loved hearing the shout outs and well wishes from your …

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Chiefs Get A New Radio Home in Mid-Missouri

Zimmer Communications and the Kansas City Chiefs have announced a multiyear agreement in mid-Missouri. 96.7 KCMQ and 104.5 FM/950 AM KWOS will begin airing the Chiefs starting this August. As part of the agreement, KCMQ and KWOS will broadcast all preseason, regular season, and postseason games, along with pre-game and post-game coverage. “It’s an exciting day for our listeners in …

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Ever Thought About Being On Y107?

At Y107, there’s a ton of things we LOVE! We love our community. We love you, our listeners. We love the music! We love social media. We love culture. And, we LOVE having fun!  But, there’s too few of us in the building, and we would LOVE to add some fresh voices to the mix. If you’ve ever thought about …

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Y107’s U-Pick Memorial Day Throwback Weekend!

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It’s a weekend to honor, celebrate, and remember.  We’re doubling up on that, as we also remember the awesome songs that raised us, as we launch another Throwback Weekend! Starting Friday at 5p, through 11p Memorial Day, the Throwbacks will be rolling all weekend, every couple songs.  And like we did the other week, YOU will be in full control. …

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