KOEH 108.3 FM
Dipperville lies in the hill country of SE Minnesota
deep in the heart of frack sand country
and 10 miles from Hoopdeville.
The town lies in a hollow on the banks of Dipper Creek
and all external FM radio and TV signals pass overhead
unheard and unseen.
Twenty years ago, 
the Dipperkripp family
came to the rescue
with a license to launch the town's first
and, to-date, only radio station,
KOEH 108.3FM.
The rest is history.
or is it?
"The rest is history" is what media people and
philosophers say but, we, the townsfolk of Dipperville say 
history is for idle talk at the Dairy Queen.
We like to think that the proper phrase is...
the rest is imagination.
Uff da!

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gas escapeMilli comes riding out of the swamp on her pet yak, Marx E. Trotsky, followed by the NRA Yahoos. Her only hiding place is the KOEH station shack but the yak gets stuck fast in the door. With dubious help from Harvey and Fingers, she tries in vain to free the beast as the NRA gathers ominously. Never one to miss someone else's embarrassment, the Mayor shows up to lend a hand. Finally Harvey beats off the NRA Yahoos with a blast of Dame Joan Sutherland high notes. But the yak, not having an opera ear, is still stuck. The yak suddenly releases a buildup of swamp grass gas in a long, tone-altering, mood-altering, climate-altering, global-warming, EPA-banned, gluten-free, organic explosion. Freed, the yak saunters back to the swamp but his sudden explosive exit has left the KOEH station shack dangerously unstable.

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The Great Dipperville Swamp Gas Escape (4:30) features Jamel S. Anderson, Elena Erofeeva, Michael Fischbein, Mark Greenberg, Kirk Mattson, David O’Sullivan, and Becky Warren. Theme music by P.M. O’Sullivan. Written and directed by David O’Sullivan.

Compact Disc(s)

A compilation of Season One and Season Two shows will be available soon on a set of CDs. Watch this space or email for information.

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Air Date: July 30th, 2013

shakespeare spotlightThe Minnesoa Fringe Festival starts tomorrow. If you can't get tickets to your wanna-see show why not take a ride down to Dipperville and catch the Dipper Valley Fringe Fest.

All the world's a stage and Dipperville

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