WMCT 102.9 FM & 1390 AM THE MIX

Dear Listeners…

We hope you are enjoying 102.9 “The Mountain” Johnson County’s Hometown Radio Station. We’re also going strong on AM 1390, FM 102.9 and streaming Live on wmctradio.net. Our mission is to serve, inform and entertain with CBS News, Local News, Obituary announcements, Johnson County High School Sports and the best mix of Country Music available. If you have a comment you’d like to make or need to contact us for any reason, just send us an email at listener@wmctradio.net.

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WMCT Local News

The annnual fund raising is underway for the Johnson County Emergency Heating Assistance for Seniors. Founder and organizer Gwen Bell is asking for your help. During the 2018/2019 winter season, the fund raised about $20,000 and were able to keep 69 low income seniors warm in their homes. For those that want to contribute to the fund, you may mail your donation to Johnson County Emergency Heating Assistance Fund, P.O. Box 208, Mountain City, Tennessee 37683 or by dropping by Johnson County Bank with your donation. The Emergency Heating Assistance fund is a 501-c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Farmers interested in starting new enterprises or expanding their direct marketing opportunities are invited to participate in free virtual workshops coordinated by the University of Tennessee. Colleagues from UT Extension food service, the University of Kentucky, Tennessee Department of Agriculture and other industry partners will team up to teach three educational programs. The Exploring Agritourism for Your Farm workship will help farmers understand what it takes to evaluate, develop and market an agritourism operation. Topics discussed will include an introduction to agritourism and industry trends, creating the customer experience, business planning, regulatory considerations, liability and insurance, and more. Two workshops have been scheduled with each consisten of four, two-hour sessions. The first workshop is scheduled to be held December 3rd, 8th, 10th, and 15th from 11AM to 1PM. If you’re interested in making jams, fruit butters, baked goods, pickles, salsas, chow chows, sauces or other processed food items, this workshop is for you. Space is limited. Preregistration is required. Contact Megan Leffew with questions about the workshops at mleffew@utk.edu.

The Johnson County Health Department has announced modified Covid 19 testing hours, effective Monday, November 16th. The testing will be available Monday through Friday from Noon till 3pm. No preregistration or identification is required. For more information call 423.727.9731.

For local News tune in to Mix 102.9 and AM 1390 at 7Aam, 12:06pm and 5:06pm Monday Through Friday

FALL FRIDAY NIGHTS

Bubble Gum Blast will follow after the post game show and run until Midnight and Charlie Brown at the Beach starts will start at midnight until 3 AM.

THE VAULT DEBUT!

Thank you for making the debut of THE VAULT WMCT’S highest rated program! The blend of Big Band, Swing and American Standards, Old and New is proving to be popular with all ages. Join us EVERY MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT at 9 PM to hear blasts from the past and present featuring the musical styles of Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Glenn Miller’s Orchestra, Judy Garland and Perry Como as well as modern artists like The Canadian Tenors, Patrick Basile and Megan Hilty. From the same people who brought us Bubble Gum Blast… DON’T MISS IT!