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WIN Tickets To The 14th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance!

WIN Tickets To The 14th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance!

Heaven 98.3 “Tallahassee’s Gospel Station”  is giving you a chance to WIN a pair of tickets to the 14th Annual Daddy Daughter Dance by the Rotary Club of Tallahassee Northside and Major Sponsor Capital Regional Medical Center on Saturday, February 2nd at The Moon! For the chance to WIN, tune in to Heaven 98.3 and…More

10th Annual Tallahassee Fitness And Food Festival

10th Annual Tallahassee Fitness And Food Festival

Heaven 98.3 “Tallahassee’s Gospel Station”  is proud to be a sponsor of the 10th Annual Tallahassee Fitness And Food Festival happening on Saturday, January 26th at the University Club Center from 9am – 2pm!  Listen out to “Doc D & Miss Monique in the Afternoon” as we get closer to the event date for chances to WIN…More

Take us on the go with the NEW Heaven App!

Take us on the go with the NEW Heaven App!

Take us with you everywhere you go by downloading the ALL-NEW Heaven App! Heaven 98.3, Tallahassee’s Gospel Station, is now available for both Android & Iphone devices.  Take us with you on your next trip, family gathering, to the beach, to work or anywhere else you need to listenMore

Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell

Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell

Your mornings are about to get a whole lot better!  “GET UP! Mornings with Erica Campbell” every morning on Heaven 98.3! Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell sets a new barMore

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Fewer MT visitors, but more spending per tourist in latest UM report

Fewer MT visitors, but more spending per tourist in latest UM report

Even though fewer visitors came to Montana last year, a new research report by the UM Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research says those tourists that did come spent more money. The numbers are still preliminary and are contained the Bureau’s latest report which will be updated this spring. But the initial results show more…More

Meeting set to discuss Sentinel High School lockdown

Meeting set to discuss Sentinel High School lockdown

A meeting has been scheduled for later this week to discuss the lockdown at Sentinel High School. Students were held in their classrooms for several hours on Monday after a magazine of handgun ammunition was found in a school entryway. School and district administrators will be able to provide updates on the investigation, answer questions…More

Public urged to weigh in on Missoula Downtown Master Plan

Public urged to weigh in on Missoula Downtown Master Plan

Brainstorming, conversations and ideas are flowing through the streets of downtown Missoula as the public – along with design experts – are spending this week contributing to Missoula’s Downtown Master Plan. The Downtown Missoula Partnership is hoping the community will take part in the Missoula Master Plan Community Kickoff – three days of unlimited suggestions…More

15-year-old girl battles mystery illness that’s left her permanently blind

15-year-old girl battles mystery illness that’s left her permanently blind

Jordyn Walker is a normal teenager from Smithville, Missouri and her family and doctors have no idea what caused terrible swelling and bruising. Jordyn had emergency surgery, but doctors could not save her eyesight which resulted in her becoming blind. Tuesday, the family drove to the Mayo Clinic hoping experts there might have some answers.…More

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