“Continuous Country Favorites”
The Outlaw 106.9 plays a variety of country music featuring recent hits from Top 40 Country charts and throwbacks from the 90s and 2000s. On ‘The Good Morning Country Kickoff’ listeners tune in to ‘Country Morning Buffet’, ‘Real Good, Feel Good: Story of the Day’, and Country music news from Nashville. The Outlaw is also a destination for regional and local news and sports coverage.
Special programming features:
To help support the local animal shelter and encourage pet adoptions, the Outlaw hosts the Pet of the Week. Carie Lynn dedicates every Wednesday morning to describing an adorable and adoptable pet from the Lewis Clark Animal Shelter. A photo and more information about the animal is also posted on the Outlaw’s Facebook page.
Follow the Royalty
Rodeo spirit isn’t hard to come by in the Lewis Clark Valley, but the geographic diversity sometimes makes it hard for everyone to see local PRCA Rodeo Royalty. The Lewiston Roundup Association, assisted by The Outlaw and sister-station KRLC-AM, developed a campaign to broadcast the tour of Rodeo Royalty throughout the region. The Outlaw aired advertisements all year long to update the public on where the dignitaries might be found, and air staff assisted by accompanying the royalty as they visited area elementary schools. The Queen and Princess traveled with an entourage of bullfighters, clowns, and board members to promote the upcoming Lewiston Roundup to elementary school students.
The Super Sale
The Super Sale is the region’s largest indoor yard sale and auction. It’s held annually in February and attendance reaches nearly 5,000 people, with hundreds of vendors and business with goods on display and ready to buy.
4-Hour Food Drive
This is a food drive with a sweet spin. The 4 Hour Food Drive challenges four different nonprofit organizations to collect as much food as they can in one hour, back to back at a local grocery store. The nonprofit that comes up with the most food wins advertising for their organization.
Community Spirit Fireworks
The Community Spirit Fireworks show at Adam’s Field in Clarkston is the best celebration of our Nation’s independence for miles. The 30-year old tradition is fully funded and put together by a non-profit organization made up of IdaVend Broadcasting staff and ownership.
Holiday Heroes Food Drive
The Holiday Heroes Food Drive has been happening for more than five years now and has fed collectively, thousands of families around our region. Each December, we put together food bags that are made available for purchase for one day with the hope of collecting as many as possible. The food drive is done in cooperation with Rosauers grocery of Lewiston, Id. and the Idaho Food Bank.
National Night Out Against Crime
Connecting families with law enforcement is imperative, when having a plan can make all the difference in an emergency situation. This annual event aims to do just that, helping the community to learn about crime prevention and emergency management. KMOK is an annual media sponsor and promotes the event at Beachview Park in Clarkston, Wash. We also host a live broadcast during the event.
Riverfest was introduced by the Port of Clarkston in 2014! This event, featuring food, drinks, live music and vendors, celebrates the richness of our community, which is at the confluence of two rivers. KMOK was the media sponsor at the inaugural event.
Station Line Up:
- 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. The Morning Show with Carie Lynn
- 6 a.m. – 1 p.m. Carson
- 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. R.T.
- 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Thunder Road
- 7 p.m. – Midnight Leah
- 5 a.m. – 9 a.m. Country Countdown with Bob Kingsley
2015 National Association of Broadcasters Crystal Radio Award Entry – The Crystal Radio Award was established in 1987 to recognize radio stations for year-round commitment to local community service.