KYAQ’s New Schedule! (beginning June 11th)

Big changes coming to the KYAQ schedule starting June 11th!

We’re installing a new server and automation software and are taking the opportunity to make changes to our schedule.  We’ve used a few guiding principles, chief among them, that we want to showcase our local producers more, and schedule them in our peak listening times (morning and evening drive times, and the noon hour).  We also wanted to give our listeners a break from the talk and educational shows in the afternoon.
So, local talk show producers will now be aired in the 12:30 pm slot through the week, and repeated again over the weekend.  You can now find your favorite locally produced music show  in the 2-4 pm slot during the week, and repeated in the 9 pm to midnight, as well as over the weekend.
Other big changes include moving “Democracy Now” to 8 am and 5 pm, broadcasting Thom Hartmann live from 9 am to 12 pm, and a live evening news program at 6 pm.  We have made adjustments to other programs to accommodate these changes.  As always, if you have concerns, complaints, or comments, email comments@kyaq.org or leave us a phone message at 541-635-0034.  Thank you for your continued support!
Entries in RED = Locally Produced Programs
Entries in GREEN = Live Streaming Programs

 

 

 

 

 

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Lincoln Community Health Center is Accepting New Patients and Expanded Access to Care at the Newport Community Clinic

Accepting New Patients and Expanded Access to Care at the Newport Community Clinic

NEWPORT, Ore. – The Lincoln Community Health Center is happy to announce that this summer it’s going to be easier than ever to access quality health care in Newport.

Additional clinic appointments and expanded hours will be offered to patients of all ages at the Newport Community Clinic on the Newport High School Campus, 322 N.E. Eads Street. This clinic location will be open through August 30, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Thursday. When school is back in session, patients may continue their care at one of Lincoln Community Health Center’s other locations.

“Lincoln Community Health Center’s primary care clinics provide care for acute illnesses and long-standing illnesses,” said Carol Kepp, RN, Lincoln Community Health Center Nurse Executive. “Our doctors and nurse practitioners are available to provide high-quality care for anyone looking for medical care. We know offering appointments outside of the usual 8am – 5pm hours will help make our great care available to more people.”

Take an opportunity to get a physical, catch your child up on their school-required vaccines, or just establish care and meet your provider so they can help you when the need arises. Health care is available to all, whether insured or uninsured. Most insurances are accepted, including private insurance, Medicare and Oregon Health Plan.

All Lincoln Community Health Center clinics are currently accepting new patients. In addition to the Newport Community Clinic, appointments are available in Newport at 1010 S.W. Coast Highway, Ste. 203, and in Lincoln City at 4422 N.E. Devils Lake Blvd.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment at any location of the Lincoln Community Health Center, please call 541-265-4947.

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