OLDIES 103.9 / 106.9

Oldies 103.9 - 106.9

Serving Adults 45 to 65+

START YOUR DAY WITH WALT FORD, 6A-9A WEEKDAYS ON THE MORNING SHOW ON OLDIES 103.9/106.9. IN THE AFTERNOON FROM 3-6 PM, SANDI CONNER ROCKS YOU HOME WITH YOUR 6O’s, 70’s AND 80’s FAVORITES BY REQUEST. AT 5 PM, SANDI BRINGS YOU THE TOP 5 AT 5, FEATURING A LOOK BACK AT THE HISTORY OF THE MUSIC THAT WAS AT THE TOP OF THE CHARTS FOR THAT DAY FROM 1956 TO 1979. WEEK NIGHTS FROM 7PM TO MIDNIGHT, ROCK WITH MIKE HARVEY. ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON, ENJOY LYNCHBURG’S OWN DICK BARTLEY FROM 3P-7P WITH DICK BARTLEY’S CLASSIC HITS FEATURING THE GREATEST MUSIC OF ALL TIME.

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Oldies 103.9 /106.9 FM

Good information! Stay cool, dear friends, and please check on the elderly and the ill.Meteorologists are forecasting extremely high temperatures for the next few days. Extreme heat often results in the highest number of annual deaths among all weather-related hazards. Extreme heat is defined as a long period (2 to 3 days) of high heat and humidity with temperatures above 90 degrees. In extreme heat, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. This can lead to death by overworking the human body.

Remember that:
• Older adults, children, and sick or overweight individuals are at greater risk from extreme heat.
• Humidity increases the feeling of heat as measured by a heat index.

IF YOU ARE UNDER AN EXTREME HEAT WARNING REMEMBER:
• Never leave people or pets in a closed car.
• Find air conditioning.
• Avoid strenuous activities.
• Watch for heat illness.
• Wear light clothing.
• Check on family members and neighbors.
• Drink plenty of fluids.
• Watch for heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Review these tips from VA Dept. of Emergency Management: www.vaemergency.gov/threats/extreme-heat/
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Good information! Stay cool, dear friends, and please check on the elderly and the ill.
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