We play a wide variety of country music from Waylon Jennings to Garth Brooks! If it's classic country, you will hear it on 94.7 Kixx FM!
We also help promote LOCAL Events and concerts of all music genres throughout Maine and New Brunswick
Kixx Morning Show with Fireman Fred 6 - 9 am
Fairwinds Radio Hour Sat 9 - 10 pm
Weekday Americana Show Wed and Fri at 9- 10 am with Capt. Bill
Carl O'Donnell Show- The best in Country Gospel Music , Sunday 9 - 10 am
In 2008, we signed on the air as "Classic Country 94.7 FM". A few years later, we changed our name to "Kixx FM", but continued to play the classic country music that many people love. Our station signal reaches northern Maine and Western New Brunswick, Canada. Today, we are known as "Classic Country 94.7 Kixx FM."
Feb 23rd..Monticello is Turning 175 and they Are Planning a Weekend Long Celebration July 30 - Aug 1st.! This Birthday is Called a Demisemiseptcentennial!
There are many Ideas in the Works Including; An Opening Ceremony, Parade, Ice Cream Social, Street Dance, Live Music, Family Games, Church Service & Singspiration, and Much More!
If You Are Interested in Getting Involved or Volunteering Please Let Us Know Through Messenger or Call the Town Office! We Are Looking Forward to Reminiscing All That Was, Enjoying All That Is Now, and Will Be to Come!
We Are Planning This Event in a Covid-Safe Manner.
We Are Selling Commemorative Coins For $10 Each. Send a Message or Call The Town Office if You Would Like to Purchase
Keep tuned to 94.7 -KIXX FM for more information
Government is increasing minimum wage by a nickel in New Brunswick on April 1st.
The province says the jump from $11.70 to $11.75 per hour is mandated by growth of 0.22% in the New Brunswick consumer price index last year.
Minimum wage is indexed to the consumer price index, rounded to the nearest five cents.
Around 22,000 New Brunswickers, roughly 6% of the paid workforce, earn minimum wag
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The Northern Lighthouse, Inc. is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 grant from the John T. Gorman Foundation. These funds will be used to provide case management services to homeless youth in Aroostook County. Check out the link to learn more about this program! https://tnlh.org/?p=1342
February 17, 2021
Governor Janet Mills today extended the State of Civil Emergency (PDF) through March 18, 2021. The Governor’s decision to extend the emergency is in line with nearly every other state in the nation which have ongoing emergency declarations, according to the National Governors Association. For example, the Governor of Vermont extended Vermont’s State of Emergency on Monday.
“Maine continues to see improved public health metrics as we turn the corner on recent surges. It’s important still, as we confront a variant of the virus and as we work around the clock to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible, that Maine people continue to be careful,” said Governor Mills. “I urge all Maine people to take the steps we know that keep everybody safe — wear your mask, wash your hands, watch your distance and avoid gatherings. These things will keep us all safe during the pandemic and give us a better shot of getting back to normal sooner.”
A State of Civil Emergency allows Maine to deploy all available tools to respond to and contain COVID-19. This is Governor Mills’ twelfth extension of the State of Civil Emergency. Under Maine law, Proclamations of Civil Emergencies may be issued in thirty-day increments.
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