Good morning! It's time for a Friday edition of Bartow’s Morning News, bringing you the best in news, weather, traffic and sports on your award-winning community radio station. We have two guest segments today. At 7:40AM, station manager, Matt Santini, will join us in studios to discuss the upcoming addition of 100.3FM to the broadcast capabilities of WBHF, [read more...]
WBHF spoke to EMA Director Paul Cuprowski on Sunday around 4:00 concerning the Winter Weather that is expected to reach Bartow County Monday morning. Cuprowski said that after their meeting with the NOAA, they did not expect the weather to be as severe as previously thought. He did say that there was a chance of [read more...]
The public will have an opportunity to hear directly from the candidates for State Senate District 14 on Monday, October 14th at 7:00 p.m. at The Grand Theatre in downtown Cartersville during the WBHF Political Forum. Candidates will answer questions from staffs of WBHF radio AM 1450, The Daily Tribune News and The Cherokee Tribune [read more...]
We received a call early this morning that the Kiddie Day Parade is canceled, due to weather. The folks with the Kiwanis Club said they hated to cancel it, but the weather is not expected to coorperate. They do not have a rescheduled date, yet, but they suggest everyone go to their Facebook page for updated [read more...]
The Cartersville Kiwanis Club flag sponsors have had American flags placed in front of their businesses in remembrance of the 9/11 tragedy. If you would like to have a flag placed in front of your business on all flag holidays contact a Kiwanis member.
Good morning! We've made it to the cusp of the weekend. Happy Friday, everyone, it's time for a BIG SHOW Friday edition of Bartow's Morning News, bringing you the best in news, weather, traffic and sports on your award-winning community radio station. We are going to stay more fluid today as the United Way of Bartow County [read more...]
Good morning! It's time for a for our annual radiothon to benefit Bartow Health Access. We will still bring you Fox News at the top of the hour, statewide headlines from GNN at the bottom of the hour and local news in between, but we want everyone to stop by (or call) the radio station [read more...]