Welcome to Triviathon 2014. This year marks the 27th anniversary year of the broadcast.
Riverdale Drama Department Presents Stocking Stuffers
Today's Morning Show (12/23) was a real treat for all of us at WRCO Radio. The drama students at Riverdale and their director Chris Simonson were nothing less than awesome. It was our honor to host this award winning group of drama students and to be able to convey their talent on the air. The time you spend listening to the program will be well spent!
EMS Community Education Forum
UW-Richland was the site of a local Community Education Forum highlighting EMS Monday, December 15, 2014. Ken Bartz, Chuck Happel and Josh Kowalke participated in a panel discussion moderated by Ron Fruit. You can listen to or download the audio from the program here.
Making a Difference
Local residents will again have the chance to honor people who are making a difference in our community with the annual Making A Difference awards. The deadline for nominations is December 24th. To make a nomination, please visit Richland Rejuvenates.
The 829th Return Home
Gov. Scott Walker, Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, Wisconsin adjutant general, and senior Wisconsin Army National Guard leaders joined families and friends to welcome home approximately 160 Soldiers from the 829th Engineer Company during a ceremony today (Monday, Dec. 8) at Volk Field in Camp Douglas.
Gloria Home-School Choir Christmas Concert
WRCO had the privilege of playing host to the Gloria Home-School Choir on the Morning Show for a live preview of what to expect at their Christmas Concert this season.
Opening Weekend Results
Opening weekend deer harvest totals were down 15-to-30% in southwest Wisconsin counties. Richland County's deer harvest total for opening weekend was 1,651. That was down 24% from the 2013 totals when over 2,100 deer were taken on a frigged opening weekend. Compared to two years ago when weather conditions were much closer to ideal conditions, Richland County hunters harvested over 2,700 deer on opening weekend.
Information on Gun Deer Season
Ron had the chance to welcome DNR Conservation Wardens Mike Nice and Cody Adams, along with Grant and Richland County Wildlife Biologist, Dan Goltz to discuss and answer questions in regards to the upcoming gun deer season.
Congratulations to this Year's Richland County OYF Winners!
It's a privilege to congratulate Jeremy & Erin and Justin & Candy Miess and Steve & Laura Leatherberry. The OYF awards were presented Friday night at the annual Richland County Farm Women / Outstanding Young Farmers Recognition Banquet. The OYF award videos are posted below. Congratulations to this year's Richland County Outstanding Farm Women Award winners: Virginia Hatfield, Shelly Schmidt and Shirley Olson.
The significance of Veterans Day is to commemorate the ceasefire between the Allied nations and Germany "on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month" of 1918, to end World War I. It was President Wilson that proclaimed November 11, 1919 the first Veterans Day, also known as Remembrance Day and Armistice Day. (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, http://www.va.gov) It is from that day on that we have reserved November 11th as a day to remember and thank the men and women, and their sacrifices, so that we have the freedoms that we as citizens of the United States are granted. Thank you to all Veterans for your sacrifice and service.