D.J. Walker : 5am-9am
D.J. Walker in the Morning Show has been waking up Northern Katifornia for nearly 2 decades with a fun, energetic, #1 rated compelling Local Morning Show that listeners identify with and talk about each day on Kat Country 103.
You’ll hear fun topics, celebrity guests, creative contests, outrageous stunts, tons of listener interaction and emotional commentary.
Each morning show is jam packed with compelling content and FUN from beginning to end.
D.J. Walker – Hosts the Show
Sometimes, All you have to do is ask!
Wow, just wow!MORE
No Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat for 1 year.MORE
The folks at vitamin water have a deal for you. They say if you can ditch your smart phone for one year, they’ll pay you $100,000. They’ll also give you a 1996 era cellular phone to make phone calls and text.
According to their website
“Post a photo to Twitter or Instagram telling vitaminwater® Why you why you need a break from your smartphone. what would you do with all that time? go wild, be out there, and wow us. make sure to include hashtags #nophoneforayearand #contest.“
— vitaminwater® (@vitaminwater) December 11, 2018
Alright Christmas Movie Fans… if you already didn’t know this… hold on to your Santa Hat!MORE
Today, at approximately 11:19 AM, my life changed forever when I found out this dude from Elf was also Ralphie from A Christmas Story pic.twitter.com/kBVj4fE2RV
— Pepperjack (@_jack_Schaller) November 29, 2018
When someone says they have the Christmas Bug, Hopefully this is not what they mean!
Here’s how to avoid getting thousands of creepy crawlies in your home!MORE
There could be hundreds or thousands of those bugs on your real tree.
According to Laura Jesse, an Entomologist at Iowa State University.
Some of those might include aphids, bark beetles, mites, praying mantises and spiders according to Jesse.
You probably won’t realize they’re there until after you decorate your tree.
That’s because the eggs that were likely laid on your tree this summer or fall are dormant (or asleep) in the winter. And when the tree sits in your nice, cozy warm home, they think it is spring and hatch.
Here are five prevention steps:
- “Examine the underside of branches and the trunk.” If you see any branches with eggs, cut them off.
- “Leave the Christmas tree in your garage for a few days.” This will allow the eggs to warm up and hatch in the garage — and not where you live.
- “Shake the tree vigorously” over a white sheet to get out any bugs.
- Use a vacuum to suck up any bugs or eggs on and around your Christmas tree.
- Use an insecticidal powder while your tree is outside, but don’t use an aerosol pesticide, as those are “usually flammable.”
The best precaution is a non-toxic, natural pesticide called Diatomaceous Earth.
You can find it Here
Have a Merry Christmas!
It’s the best day to score cheap plane tickets & travel deals!MORE
According to the Travel App “Hopper” airlines discount their prices on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving because demand falls and some people may have already booked their travel.
They say the best deals usually start early… like 6am ET!
For more details check out “Hopper” Here.
Our Pets may not enjoy Thanksgiving as much as the rest of us. Here are some safeguards to keep in mind. MORE
Fatty foods are hard for animals to digest, and many foods that are healthy for people are poisonous to pets – including onions, raisins and grapes.
Yeast dough can cause problems for pets, including painful gas and potentially dangerous bloating.
Put the trash away where your pets can’t find it.
PRECAUTIONS FOR PARTIES
Visitors can upset your pets. New people and new noises can stress them out.
Watch the exits. Even if your pets are comfortable around guests, make sure you watch them closely…they might just follow someone sown the street.
For a more complete list of ideas and precautions, CLICK HERE.
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
There’s nothing better than winning the Wishbone Pull at thanksgiving! MORE
Some engineering students at the University of Michigan figured out how to essentially GUARANTEE that you win the wishbone breaking war at Thanksgiving.
Here’s how to win at breaking the wishbone for Thanksgiving. Make sure the bone is completely dry . . . use your dominant hand . . . grab the side of the bone that’s bigger . . . hold it as close to the base of the V as possible . . . and stay still and let the other person pull.
Now get out there and WIN!!!
It’s in our nature to help. But what happens when our “Help” is more of a “Hindrance”?MORE
The wildfires in Butte County are truly devastating in every sense of the word. And it pains our hearts to watch the images coming from City of Paradise on the big screen and the small screen in our hands. In turn, we instinctively want to use our hands to help our fellow neighbors.
However, Space is at a premium at the evacuation centers and it’s need for the influx of displaced people, pets and livestock. When well-intentioned items are donated they pile up and can cause a problem.
We have buildings full of stuff,” said Kathy Ingvoldsen, business associate at the Butte County Fairgrounds. “In four hours we filled up a 5,000-square-foot building full of clothes. They’re stacked up on tables five feet high.”
Unfortunately, evacuees, particularly the victims who have lost their homes, don’t have anywhere to put the avalanche of donated items.
“Our community is amazing!” Says Ingvoldsen.
But donations need to be tailored for the needs of the evacuees.
“Wow. That $60 or $70 could have been sent to so many different organizations to help out in so many different ways, and now we have a box of Frisbees,” O’Hara said, according to the station.
This year the Kat Country 103 Christmas Show will send 100% of Proceeds to benefit The Camp Fire Victims Fund.
The concert is December 1st , 7p-9p at The Udder Place in Turlock. Starring, Walker Hayes (You Broke Up With Me.) Brandon Lay (YaDa YaDa YaDa.) Claire Dunn ( Tuxedo, More.) Doors open at 6:15pm. This is a 21 and Up show only.
There are a limited number of tickets, Click here to get yours now!!
Other Ways to help Camp Fire Victims:
Butte County Fairgrounds: Drop off or mail gift cards and monetary donations to the fairgrounds at 199 East Hazel St. in Gridley. Visa gift cards are needed for vet bills for injured and burned animals, and for items for people. Call 530-846-3626.
Neighborhood Church: Mail or drop off donations at Evacuation Shelters, Neighborhood Church of Chico, 2801 Notre Dame Blvd. in Chico, California 95928. Call 530-343-6006.
Oroville Hope Center: Donate money at https://www.orovillehopecenter.org/ Send or bring donations of backpack, luggage and new underwear, new bedding, new towels and paper products to the center at 1950 Kitrick Ave. A in Oroville, California 95966.
Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds evacuation center: Bring pet food, cat litter and livestock feed to the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds at 442 Franklin Ave. in Yuba City, California 95991. Call 530-674-1280. Donate online on the Yuba County Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/YubaCounty/
Yuba-Sutter Habitat for Humanity: Send donations to, or drop them off at Habitat for Humanity Yuba/Sutter ReStore at 202 D St. in Marysville, California 95901
Kat Country 103 listeners are the best in the world and when there is a need in the valley they are the first to step up. Keep helping in any way you can that will support the volunteer organizations and victims of these awful tragedies.