What's Happening @ KVMR
KVMR 89.5 FM volunteer broadcaster Joyce Miller grew up a child of the media, and she's never really completely let go.
This holiday weekend, she'll keep busy substitute hosting not one, but two programs: the folk/roots "Nevada City Limits" program Friday 10 a.m. to noonand the station'...
Paul Sanders is your bona fide, genuine, certified KVMR 89.5 FM newbie.
He's fresh from the Nevada City radio station's 2016 training class, he's full of ideas, and he's doing radio in, um, the middle of the night.
In fact, he'll be the host of "Red Eye Radio" early this Saturday...
Well, the 2016 Nevada County Fair is one event that KVMR 89.5 FM volunteer broadcaster "Mystic Al" Camillo will never forget.
There he was in the KVMR tent, as the station's live broadcast producer, with a classic U. Utah Phillips county fair program playing over the airwaves, when he...
For the 20th time, KVMR 89.5 FM will move almost all of its daytime programming out to the Nevada County Fair, once again giving fairgoers a unique opportunity to observe and enjoy live radio in action.
The Nevada City non-commercial station will broadcast over 40 hours of shows from the...
Okay, Michael Keene is inexorably known as host of KVMR's long-running, popular and unique Hawaiian music program.
It's one of the few such shows outside the Hawaiian Islands themselves, though its success over the years has influenced other stations to add the sounds of slack key...
On Monday, August 8th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, KVMR and YubaNet invite you to a community conversation about the state of emergency in the Yuba canyon. Join us at the Nevada Theatre and participate in the dialogue.
Tahoe National Forest Fire Chief Shelly Allen, CAL FIRE NEU Battalion...
A recent article on YubaNet.com has reminded us of the extreme fire danger in our local canyon. The following article was posted on Yubanet.com on August 2, 2016:
The Yuba Fire, currently held in check by firefighters, has revealed a worrisome problem in the Yuba river canyon....
Stories are starting to flow about the former KVMR 89.5 FM volunteer broadcaster known as the California Okie, named after a Buck Owens song about someone with Oklahoma connections.
Mark Staneart passed away last weekend at the age of 68. For over 20 years, he contributed weekly...
Well, the tradition continues.
KVMR 89.5 FM will celebrate its 38th birthday with a shindig this Sunday afternoon, although it'll be at a new location -- Grass Valley's Condon Park.
Just a couple years ago, KVMR art designer and volunteer broadcaster Kim Rogers just flat out...
Doesn't it always seem to get real busy and crammed around your birthday?
Just consider what KVMR 89.5 FM's got going in July, the month the station turns 38 years old.
There's your complete four-night, three-day live radio performances from California Worldfest, followed by...