Birthday Club

Listen for the KCSR Birthday Club Monday – Saturday at 7:35 am. Each Saturday we draw a winner for the week and that person wins a free large one topping pizza from Pizza Hut of Chadron

Today's Birthdays (07-03)


Form Responses 1
First Name m.City
KateFoxChadron
JakeHerblanChadron
DonaldKeiperChadron
FredKnuthChadron
AndrewScherbarthChadron
AllisonTaylorChadron
LoisKrizCrawford
CarolynBallHay Springs
TrishaKudrnaHay Springs

Recent Winners


Winners
NameWeek Ending
Kate Fox07/02/2022
Sheryl Applegarth06/25/2022
Merlyn Chambers06/18/2022
Barbara Burwell06/11/2022

This Day in History – HISTORY This Day in History – HISTORY

  • U.S. warship downs Iranian passenger jet
    by History.com Editors on February 9 , 2010 12:31 pm at 12:31 pm

    In the Persian Gulf, the U.S. Navy cruiser Vincennes shoots down an Iranian passenger jet that it mistakes for a hostile Iranian fighter aircraft. Two missiles were fired from the American warship—the aircraft was hit, and all 290 people aboard were killed. The attack came near the end of the …

  • Battle of Gettysburg ends
    by History.com Editors on November 24 , 2009 6:03 pm at 6:03 pm

    July 3, 1863: On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s last attempt at breaking the Union line ends in disastrous failure, bringing the most decisive battle of the American Civil War to an end. In June 1863, following his masterful victory at the Battle of …

  • President Eisenhower initiates federal flood-control program
    by History.com Editors on November 16 , 2009 10:31 am at 10:31 am

    On July 3, 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Rivers and Harbors Flood Control Bill, which allocates funds to improve flood-control and water-storage systems across the country. Eisenhower had sent back two earlier bills to Congress, but was pleased with the revisions included in Senate …

  • Idaho becomes 43rd state
    by History.com Editors on November 16 , 2009 10:17 am at 10:17 am

    Idaho is admitted to the union on July 3, 1890.  Exploration of the North American continent mostly proceeded inward from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and northward from Spanish Mexico. Therefore, the rugged territory that would become Idaho long remained untouched by Spanish, French, …

  • Gunfighter Clay Allison killed
    by History.com Editors on November 16 , 2009 10:17 am at 10:17 am

    Clay Allison, eccentric gunfighter and rancher, is believed to have died on July 3, 1887, in a freak wagon accident in Texas. Born around 1840 in Waynesboro, Tennessee, Allison seemed to display odd tendencies from a young age. When the Civil War broke out, he joined the Confederate Army but …