Our Town

 Our Town is the show that spotlights the community and makes you the star!

Broadcasting live on Southern Colorado’s favorite radio stations

Saturday 5a-6a and Sunday 4p-5p on 740 KVOR

Sunday 6a-6:30a on 92.9 Peak FM, Cat Country 95-1, 98.1 KKFM, 98.9 Magic FM & XTRA Sports 1300

On-air host Sarada Connors connects the community with free events and local non-profits, athletes, filmmakers, authors, musicians, rising professionals plus much more.

Sarada Connors has won 4 Colorado Springs Independent awards for “ Best Of Talk Radio Personality “ and “ Best Local Radio Show”. Nominated for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year and won the LLS Community Involvement Award.

Sarada was also nominated for the SCWCC Accolades Award for the Young Professional of the Year and is a 4-time winner of for the Best of Colorado Springs Award for Media Production for Our Town.

For up to date guest and events follow on Our Town’s Facebook Page and listen to past shows podcast HERE

Coming up this week on Our Town

Tina Dewey – Rotary of Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Rotary club is amping up their exposure for this year’s FLIGHT gala. The event is on September 24, 2022, at 5:30 pm at Boot Barn. They will be auctioning off the big metal butterfly and dragonfly sculptures that night. All of the proceeds will go to the Rotary of Colorado Springs Community Service Fund and they use this funding to benefit School District 11 STEAM  programs and many other community service efforts that they create or participate in throughout the community! 



Ally Krupinsky- Face It Together

Face It Together is hosting March Into the Light, the annual addiction awareness event, Saturday, Sept. 24 and would love for you to join. March Into the Light plays an important role in the communities they serve by celebrating addiction wellness and honoring those still struggling. As those who struggle with addiction walk from darkness into the light of recovery, they will walk into the sunrise as a powerful reminder that none of us are alone on our journeys.



Katie White- Independence Hall Academy

IHA was founded to develop students in both mind and character. The school’s virtues are the guiding principles used to cultivate and nurture character: courage, fortitude, truthfulness, prudence, and perseverance. Students are expected to conduct themselves honorably in word and deed, to strive to live by the virtues and to encourage others to do so as well.  Virtue and character development are not separated at IHA. 



Mike McCave-Warrior Mission Ranch

Warrior Mission Ranch allows one the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular natural surroundings that the American West has to offer, be it through one of their Horsemanship programs or an outdoor leadership team building event. The theme of the program is  “Change through Challenge.” They welcome inquiries about the various programs, as well as how you can get involved with the organization through donation, sponsorship or volunteer work.



Sarada with the “Our Town Rundown “

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