Al Kulas

Al Kulas
If you are interested in serendipitous and eclectic talk radio … Sans sports and entertainment … Then your radio is always set for Al.   He is, perhaps, one of the few Military Veterans, and Most Mature (Read: Oldest) Regular Talk Radio Host in New Hampshire.  Politics, Science, History: Bring it on! Hunting, Fishing, Guns, Trapping, Astronomy, Farming, Ham Radio, Pro Military, Clocks, Watches, Computers … you’ll fit right in. An Old Fashioned set of Patriotic Values and Pride Of Heritage will enhance your pleasure.

Al Kulas
– The Winner –
of The New Hampshire Associated Press
Broadcaster Of The Year
Award for 2005
in the category of: “Breaking News”
“Coverage of a single, spontaneous news event for which little or no planning was possible …”

Al did it again in 2008 He won the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters “Golden Mike” MERIT AWARD (Second Place) as: “Air Personality” Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, and, “Pinch Hitter” for Morning Talkers


Contact info:
Al@Kulas.US – Home at the Farm
Al@WKBKam.com – Only while, “On Air”
Live On Air #’s:  357-1290 or toll free 1-866-357-1290

Recent Headlines

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U.S. Secret Service directior resigns

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Julia Pierson has resigned amid security lapses at the White House.

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Rhode Island child with Enterovirus dies

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A child hospitalized for less than 24 hours with Enterovirus D68 has died from the bacterial infection.

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U.S. experts hunt for Ebola exposure after first case

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Experts are monitoring "a handful" of people potentially exposed through physical contact with the first patient diagnosed with the deadly virus in the U.S.

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2 sue Jehovah’s Witnesses congregation, say abused.

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Two women have sued a Jehovah's Witness congregation in Vermont, saying they were sexually abused by a minister when they were children and the church did nothing to protect them.

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Expanded Medicaid enrollment hits 18,500.

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The state Department of Health and Human Services says 18,500 people have enrolled since July 1.