It’s almost unbelievable that 35 dedicated volunteers have kept Kohala Radio on the air the entire year, day after day, in our small community during the virus threat. We are very proud of them: the ones who are on the air and others who maintain the station, with all of its complexities, from 8 am […]
KNKR is pleased to announce that Monday, September 14th Lt. Governor Josh Green will be calling in to Tani’s World, a Hawaiian music and talk story show broadcasting live weekly 10-Noon on KNKR with a hana hou presentation Sundays 1-3pm.
The DLIR Unemployment Insurance Division is preparing to launch the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program. The LWA program will provide an additional $300 in benefits to those who: certify that their unemployment or partial unemployment (had hours reduced) has been affected due to a disruption caused by COVID-19 and have a weekly benefit amount of […]
Dry Conditions Increase Risk
This is a Civil Defense message This is a Hurricane Douglas informational message for Friday, July 24th. The Central Pacific Hurricane Center has issued a Hurricane Watch for the Island of Hawaii. A hurricane watch means there is a good possibility of Hurricane conditions of damaging winds, surf, and flooding rains occurring anytime within 48 hours. Hurricane […]
KNKR will resume live broadcasting from Monday, May 18th. With lots of COVID-19 safety protocols and sanitizer. Not all shows will be live as some DJ’s have chosen to remain at home for the time being. Come hang out with us on 96.1fm and shake off your lockdown blues.
Updated times on student meals provided by the Hawaii Department of Education during the extended closure of public schools. The student meals for children 18 years and under will be offered Monday through Friday at Kohala High School. The child must be in the car to pick up the meal. GRAB AND GO breakfast will […]