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2018 Treasures of the Tri-States Calendar

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  Well, do you consider yourself quite the shutterbug?  Now, you could have one of your best pictures of a Tri-State treasure included in our 2017 Treasures of the Tri-States Calendar!

It can be a photo of just about anything:  your favorite landmark, scenic countryside, sporting activity, rustic old barns, people and pets, family activity, park, sunrise/sunset, weather…the possibilities are endless.  You name it!  (Please make sure your photos are family friendly.)

Thirteen (13) photos are needed.  Entries can be emailed in high resolution electronic format, such as a jpg, to  You may also drop them off at our studios at 1055 University Ave in Dubuque or mail them to us at PO Box 659, Dubuque, IA 52004-0659.  With your photo, please give us your name, phone number, email address, and mailing address so that we may contact you if your photo is chosen.  (Please note:  you will not receive your photos back, so please don’t send us originals.)

Photos will be approximately 5″ x 5″ in the printed calendars.

The deadline for entries is August 31, 2017.  A panel of judges will determine the best photographs to be included in the calendar.

The 2018 calendars will be distributed in November.  This contest is open to photographers of all kinds, professional or amateur.

Find the calendars at these sponsor locations:
Mound View RV in Belmont Wisconsin
Canvas Products
Piggers Motorcycle Shop
Dubuqueland Door
Midwest Paint & Sound
Dubuqueland Mini Storage
O’Connor & English Insurance
Dubuque Sewing & Vacuum
Courtesy Cleaners
Key City Recycling
Dubuque Fire Equipment
Grant County Truck Bodies in Kieler Wisconsin
White Front Feed & Seed
Dubuque Mattress
Wagner Nursery
Key West Early Childhood
Lenz Monument
Goedert Custom Cabinets (pronounced Go-Dirt)
Hoyne Power Equipment
Lange Sign Group
Nat’l Miss River Museum & Aquarium
Mr Quix Printing
Shamrock Jewelers
Alexxus Entertainment
Computer Doctors
Bell Tower Theater
Forever More Bridal Rentals
Moracco Supper Club
Freddie’s Popcorn
Sunset Lanes in Dickeyville
Brimeyer Auto Body
Dubuque Area Steamtic
USA Fireworks
Czipar’s Apple Orchard
Paramount Ambulance
Brand L Screenprinting & Embroidery
Safegaurd Promotional Products
Sunset Park Place
Tri State Warehouse Carpet
Jack’s Chicken
West Dubuque Tap
Tri State Blueprint
West Side Automotive
Skip Breitbach Feeds
Dubuque Mulch
Pizza Factory in Epworth
Advantage Sheet Metal
Sheehan Auto Electric
Bluff Street Time Shop
Interiors By Design
Mi Ranchito Steak & Seafood

Dubuque and All That Jazz

Dubuque…and All That Jazz!
Dubuque’s premier FREE summer concert series under the Town Clock.
3-4pm Beanbag Tourney
4-5pm Opening Acts
5-9pm Headliners

July 21 – 10 of Soul
August 16 – The Blue Olives
September 1 – The Final Mix

Pick up your FREE Jazz guide at our studios at 1055 University Ave!

Q Casino Back Water Stage Concert Series

Saturday Night Cruise

Listen to AM 1370 KDTH every Saturday night from 7pm-Midnight for TC Christianson and the Saturday Night Cruise. He’ll be taking your requests and playing the greatest hits from the 50s, 60s, and 70s!

KDTH News and Sports

Hear KDTH News and Sports weekday mornings at 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7, 7:30, 8 & 8:30am, 12 noon, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm.

KDTH News on Saturdays can be heard at 6am, 7am, 8am and 12 noon.

KDTH News on Sundays can be heard at 7am, 8am and 12 noon.

Hear CBS National News every hour, on the hour.

Voices of the Tri-States

Voices of the Tri States is a 30 minute public affairs program heard daily Mon-Fri from 12:30p-1p featuring local, state, and national news makers and hosted by Cindy Kohlmann. Voices of the Tri-States addresses the issues and topics of the day in a listener friendly way.

The Big Broadcast

“The Big Broadcast” with host Bill Zwack can be heard every Sunday evening from 6:00pm to midnight on AM 1370 KDTH.

But it all started back in the 60s when Bill was curious as to the where about of Jon Arthur of Big Jon and Sparkie and the program “No School Today”. Bill finally tracked down Jon Arthur and was able to secure several of his old programs. That started Bill’s collection. Through the 60s and 70s, Bill continued to collect old radio programs from other collectors, antique stores, and from old acetate recording discs. Bill’s collection is now in the neighborhood of 100,000 recordings.

In the early 1970s, Bill began a daily program called “The Radio Theater” which then grew into “Studio B” and was also hosted by Bill Zwack. Shortly after, a program called “Echoes of the Past” began airing in Dubuque on Sunday nights. The response was so great that it was expanded and named “The Big Broadcast”. “The Big Broadcast” was off the air in Dubuque from 1980-1988 when it returned to the air in much the same form it is today. In 2000, “The Big Broadcast” began airing on AM 1370 KDTH and has continued with Bill as the host for those many years. And, as Bill says, “Other than reading, you do not get to use your imagination very much since we are all so visually oriented. Radio stimulates the imagination so that the listener can create the costumes and set the stage. A horror show is going to be as horrific as your imagination lets it.”

Tune into “The Big Broadcast” every Sunday night from 6:00pm – midnight on AM 1370 KDTH.

KDTH on Facebook and Twitter

Follow AM 1370 KDTH “The Voice of the Tri-States” on Facebook and Twitter! Go to your Facebook page or Twitter account and search for AM 1370 KDTH. You’ll find information about upcoming events and contests, pictures, sports news, programming events, along with much more.  And, make sure to “like” us on Facebook and “follow” us on Twitter for future updates on KDTH events.

“ChickenMan” Now on AM1370 KDTH

Tune in weekday morning’s at 6:40 on the KDTH Early Morning Show with Michael Kaye, and at 3:35pm on the Good Neighbor Show with Tom Hamilton for “ChickenMan”. Yes, The most fantastic crime fighter the world has ever known is now on KDTH!  “ChickenMan” is brought to you by, Jack’s Chicken Palace on University Avenue in Dubuque.