I'm very excited to join the talented team at 105-9 The Bull You will be hearing me on weekends and filling in for the other DJ's during the week. The FM signal is limited to the Stockton/Lodi area, but you can hear the station on 1420AM all over the 209! You can also listen online… Continue reading Jungle Jim back on the radio!
Jungle Jim Here, It saddens me to announce that I’m leaving Kat Country 103.3 (KATM/FM – Modesto/Stockton – Cumulus Media) The management said they didn't have the budget to keep me. Kat Country wouldn't let me say goodbye to the fans and locked me out of my office. They told me (Via Text) that I… Continue reading No more Jungle Jim on Kat Country 103
A Story about Make-A-Wish from 2012 This organization is special and I was thrilled to be a small part of making wishes come true MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION The Make-A-Wish Foundation(R) of Sacramento & Northeastern California is a charitable non-profit organization whose purpose is to grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human… Continue reading Make-A-Wish with Kat Country 103
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The mayor and Tim Daly on KAT Country By MICHAEL FITZGERALD | Published: MARCH 27, 2014 | Leave a comment Mayor Anthonly Silva was scheduled to appear this morning on KAT Country 103 FM’s morning show, which did a live remote from Stockton featuring local celebrities. Silva missed his scheduled spot. Showing up late, the mayor… Continue reading News 10 Tim Daly & the Country Trumpet
Modesto Bee Story: By Jeff Jardine Published - 9/17/14 When Kyle Barker arrived at his music store just off McHenry Avenue on Wednesday morning, the police were waiting for him. So were owners of some nearby businesses. He knew immediately that such a welcoming committee couldn’t possibly be a good thing, and this was no… Continue reading Modesto Bee Story: Country Trumpet Stolen
By Elizabeth Arakelian Staff Reporter - Turlock Journal Hilmar may be a small town, but through an enormous community wide effort, the town raised funds worth six figures for cancer research: $130,361.11 to be exact. 436 participants composed 31 teams for the annual Relay for Life event where locals spent 24 hours walking for the American… Continue reading Turlock Journal Story 2014