Informative

World Health Organization: WHO

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

 

Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) COVID-19 Section

https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/programs-services/topics/novel-coronavirus

 

Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 SECTION

https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/resources-recommendations

 

Medical

Fort Smith and River Valley Hotline (staffed by Baptist Health/Mercy)   479-289-6508 hotline 7 days a week, 8-8

 

Local Information on Covid-19 and help:  dial 2-1-1 

 

For children (staffed by Arkansas Children’s Hospital): 1-800-743-3616.

 

For adults (staffed by UAMS): 1-800-632-4502.

 

Contact for the Arkansas Department of Health 1-800-803-7847 or 501-661-2136

 

Unemployment

DWS website: https://www.dws.arkansas.gov/unemployment/

 

To file your claim online in Arkansas, visit the DWS EZARC page: https://www.ezarc.adws.arkansas.gov/

 

To file your claim in Oklahoma, visit the Oklahoma Employee Security Commission page https://www.ok.gov/oesc/Claimants/index.html

 

Business assistance

AEDC contact

Email: COVID19.businessinfo@arkansasedc.com

Phone: 501-682-1121 or toll-free: 1-800-ARKANSAS

 

OK benefits:

https://www.okbenefits.org/en/

 

Material

COVID-19 Myths

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public/myth-busters

 

An Employer’s Guide: Ten Considerations to Support Your Workforce: https://mma.marshmma.com/l/644133/2020-03-06/jx9g5/644133/87414/CORONAVIRUS_MMB_FINAL.pdf 

 

COVID-19 and Paid Leave: Three Scenarios to Plan For:  https://www.mercer.us/our-thinking/healthcare/COVID-19-and-paid-leave-three-scenarios-to-plan-for.html

 

Oklahoma City Health Department Guidelines

https://www.occhd.org/application/files/8915/8465/6488/COVID-19FSEHGuidance.pdf

MORNINGS

 “Rham Cunningham” was born on November 23, 1979 as “Nicklaus Rham Cunningham,” as the first and only born son of Jeff & Phyllis Cunningham, leaving him as the sole heir to the throne…until 1981 when his sister Jessica came along. After graduating high school in 1998 at the top of his class and given the highest honor of 'most likely to be another Chris Farley' (NOTE: this award was given to him prior to Chris’ untimely and unexpected death,) Rham left his hometown of Mena, Arkansas and headed north. He filled up with gas when he got to Fort Smith….and hasn’t left yet.

 Rham “Loves Fort Smith Out Loud” and isn’t shy about saying or doing it! He’s all over town with a microphone in hand, and an iPhone in the other. Rham spent his 20’s in radio, (yes, a decade). He then spent his 30’s working at two different marketing firms in town. And now, as he approaches the age of 40, Rham often sits on the back of an ole pickup truck parked at the dead end of a street somewhere in Trailer Parkansaw, sips on some sweet tea, and listens the sounds of the cicadas. He doesn’t know “what’s next” but one thing is for certain: his love for his baby daughter Sophie ranks second to nothing! Rham races mountain bikes in the Arkansas Mountain Bike Series Championship, he plays golf poorly, and enjoys the Original programming Netflix offers. Meet Rham.

Rham and daughter, Sophie

Tune in and WAKE UP and ROCK with “I AM Rham Cunningham” weekday mornings, 6AM-10AM or Rock 94.1 FM!