Sara Oberle with Smoky Hills PBS appeared on the KRSL Morning Show with Mike McKenna to discuss the latest happenings with Smoky Hills PBS.
Russell Recreation Director Mike Blanke sat down with Mike McKenna during KRSL's Morning Show and gave an update on winter programs and upcoming deadlines.s
Pastor Jim Alexander of the Calvary Chapel Assembly of God Church in Russell appeared on the Morning Show with a preview of the Community Wide Vesper Service to be held on Sunday, December 5 at First Congregational Church in Russell.
City of Russell Finance Director Katrina Woelk joined KRSL's Erik Stone on the Morning Show to talk about ongoing city projects that are wrapping as well as work that's planned for 2022.
Clergy Comments presented by Pastor Ron Wedel of First Congregational Church of Russell.
Russell High School Cheer Coach Erin DeNike and Velocity Dance Team Coach Jennifer Ode appeared on the Morning Show to talk about recent competitions that both teams took part in.
Clergy Comments presented by Pastor Teri Sutherlin of St. John Lutheran Church.
Danielle Heaton and Lee Weigel with the Russell Community Thanksgiving Dinner joined KRSL's Erik Stone on the Morning Show as the dinner approaches. They also put the call out for anyone who would like to help deliver the meals on Thanksgiving Day.
Marcia Gier from the Midway Extension District of Russell and Ellsworth counties appeared on the KRSL Morning Show to discuss an upcoming partnership between 4-H and the FFA to house small animals year-round.
Heather Steckel, Executive Director of the Russell Area Chamber of Commerce was a guest on the Morning Show and encouraged business owners to apply for the Leadership Program launching in January and to encourage residents to spend their Chamber Bucks locally this holiday season.