Main Street Family Urgent

Main Street Family Urgent Care

Open 7 days a week! Located near Walmart in Centre, Arab and Oneonta! Accepting Medicare, Medicaid, BCBS, United and most common insurance plans.

1925 W Main St #102, Centre, AL 35960
Phone:(256) 677-4552



Home of the Krystal Burger!
Try our new Boneless Wing Value Meal for only $3.99. Happy Hour is everyday: 2 pm – 5 pm where you can get an original Krystal & Icee for .59 cents! Try our Loaded Fries…Chili Cheese or Junkyard…

First Responder of the Week



START DATE: 5-2-2016 END DATE: 8-26-2016

HOW TO PLAY: Go to and click on the First Responder Link. You can nominate a First Responder Unit or Department to win a check for $100. Each week a First Responder Unit will be chosen and the Unit or Department will receive the check for $100

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of WQSB, and Sand Mt. Broadcasting are not eligible to win

Send your nominations here:

Power- Your Home For Sports

POWER 107.5 FM is your home for sports!!! Keep up to date with high school, college and for the entire 2016 season. Remember you can download the FREE Power 107.5 app to your smart phone or tablet and listen anywhere in the world!

Friday Nights:

  • Game Night Blitz with Kevin James (5:30 pm)
  • Watch the Albertville Aggies play LIVE with AggieVision (7 pm)
  • High School Football Scoreboard (9 pm)


  • Armchair Quarterback Show (8 am)
  • SEC Report ( 9:30 am)



First Responders



START DATE: 5-2-2016
END DATE: 12-26-2016

HOW TO PLAY: Go to, or and click on the First Responder Link. You can nominate a First Responder Unit or Department to win a check for $100. Each week a First Responder Unit will be chosen and the Unit or Department will receive the check for $100

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of WQSB, MIX 102.9, POWER 1-07.5 FM and Sand Mt. Broadcasting are not eligible to win.

Send your nominations here:


Week #1: Boaz Fire Department
Week #2: The City of Gadsden Police Department
Week #3: Fischer Rescue Squad in Fort Payne
Week #4: Sand Rock Volunteer Fire Department
Week #5: Marshall-DeKalb Electric Cooperative’s Lineman
Week #6: DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office

Week #7: Cherokee EMS in Centre
Week #8: Beaulah Volunteer Fire Department
Week #9: Rainbow City Police Department
Week #10: Aroney Volunteer Fire Department
Week #11: Blount County Sheriff’s Department
Week #12: Albertville Police Department
Week #13: Glencoe Fire Department
Week #14: Fort Payne Police Department
Week #15: Webster’s Chapel Volunteer Fire Dept.
Week #16: Douglas Police Department
Week #17: A-Med Ambulance Service of Altoona
Week #18: The Crossville Volunteer Fire Department
Week #19: McCord’s Crossroads Volunteer Dept.
Week #20: Marshall County Drug Task Force
Week #21: Etowah County E911
Week #22: Collinsville Police Dept.
Week #23: Bangor Fire Dept.





Fall Events 2016

Submit fall festivals, trunk-or-treats and other area fall activities to:

  • Sand Mountain Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Opens: Sat. Sept. 17th @ 10 am 8420 Cox Gap Road- Sardis
Opens 4 pm Tues-Fridays, 10 am Saturdays & 1 pm Sundays
More Info

  • Lifepoint’s Halloween Hoopla

Monday, Oct 31st; 6 pm – 8 pm
Albertville Rec Center track
More Info

  • Annual Halloween Block Party

When: Monday, Oct. 31st; 5 pm – 7 pm
Where: Downtown Fort Payne
Sponsored by the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce. Free event. 256-845-2741 for more information.

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Monday, Oct. 31st; 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Where: St. Paul United Methodist Church in Boaz (125 College Ave)
Open to all ages.

  • Annual Hallelujah Harvest Festival

When: Monday, Oct. 31st; 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: Second Baptist Church 1021 Grand Ave NW in Fort Payne
Free hot dog meal, inflatables, dozens of carnival-style games, candy, cake walk for adults, popcorn, prizes, and much much more

  • Fall Festival

When: Saturday, Oct. 29th; 3 pm – 5 p.m.
Where: Mount Calvary Baptist Church 201 Rose Road in Albertville
Games, prizes, inflatables and more. Free for the entire family.

  • Down On The Farm
2257 Heaton Road, Rainsville Phone: 256-638-6200.
  • Isbell’s Pumpkin Farm
2998 Aycock Cemetery Road, Leighton. Phone: 256-810-5087
  • Talleys Farm
460 County Road 129, Crossville, AL 35962. Phone: 256-303-8888.
Pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, prepicked produce, school tours. Crops are usually available in April
  • Fall Festival

When: Monday, Oct. 24th. 5 pm – 8 pm
Where: Chick-Fil-A in Gadsden, 4th Street
Pumpkin painting, inflatables, face painting, crafts, candy, prizes and more. 256-543-7770

  • Fall Festival

When: Sunday, Oct. 30th; 5 pm – 7 pm
Where: East Gadsden Baptist Chruch
Free hot dog meal, dozens of carnival-style games, candy, and much much more

  • Fall Fest

When: Oct. 29th; 11 am-2pm
Where: Cross Creek Community Church (4825 US HWY 278 E) Hokes Bluff
FREE games, food, door prizes, car show. And anything with wheels is invited to the car show also. 256-492-6900

  • Fall Festival

When: Wed. Oct. 26th; 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: The Summit UMC in Albertville

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Monday, Oct. 31st, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Where: Union Grove Masonic Lodge #320 (in front of the lodge)
For the children of the Union Grove area. There will be safe treats for all the youngsters.  There will also be CARNIVAL GAMES in the fellowhhip hall.  It’s all FREE.  Come enjoy the fellowship.

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Monday, Oct. 31st; 5 – 7 pm
Where:  Geraldine High School (old gym)
Hot dogs and drinks will be served by the mayor and council. Free to attend.

  • Fall Festival

When: Sunday, Oct 30th, 5 – 7 pm
Where: Boaz Church of God
Admission is free with inflatables, carnival games, food, door prizes and more. “Fregly” from “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” will be the special guest.

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Sunday, Oct. 30th, 4 – 6 pm
Where: Haney’s Chapel Baptist Church (parking lot)
For kids of all ages. 256-599-1196 for more information.

  • Fall Festival/Trunk or Treat

When: Sunday, Oct. 30th; 4 pm
Where: Mt. View Primitive Baptist Church, 454 Love Road, just off Hwy 35 between Ft. Payne and Rainsville
Food, fun, fellowship for all ages. Games, hot dogs, sweets and more. Wear your Halloween costume.

  • Fall 4 Jesus

When: Sunday, Oct. 23rd, 2 – 4 pm
Where: The Kiwanis Pavillion
There will be pumpkin decorating, games, prizes, food and live music. Everything is free. Presented by McCauley’s Chapel Church.

  • Spooktacular Dance

When: Oct. 29th; 7 pm – 1 0 pm
Where: Old Crossville Saddle Club
Admission is $5 per person with a Halloween costume. Bring a covered dish and enjoy family-friendly atmosphere. No smoking or alcohol. Children 12 and under are free.

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Monday, Oct. 31st; 5 p.m. until we run out of candy
Where: New Heights Baptist Church (1845 Walnut Street)
All are welcome

  • Harvest Festival

When: Saturday, Oct. 29th; 10 am – 3 pm
Where: Golden Living in Boaz
Kids games, cake walk, food and a costume contest.

  • Trunk or Treat

When: Wed. Oct. 26th; 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Where: His Way Church, 849 Hwy 179 in Altoona
Hot dogs, drinks and more. Everyone is invited.

  • Trunk Or Treat

When: Saturday, Oct. 29th; 5 pm – 8 pm
Where: Union Rescue Squad in Boaz
256-593-6961 for more information



Teacher of the Week

Do you know of a teacher that has gone over and beyond for their students? If so, send their name, photo (if available), school/class they teach and what they have done to  One teacher each week will be chosen at random to win $100 for their classroom. Don’t wait, nominate your teacher TODAY! 🙂

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  1. Nominate you favorite teacher to be recognized as our Teacher Of The Week by submitting their name, school and grade thru the link provided on any of our station’s web pages.
  2. Any teacher, instructor or principal currently employed in a public, private or religious school is eligible to be nominated for this contest.
  3. Each week a person will be chosen to acknowledge as our “Teacher Of The Week”.
  4. Each “Teacher of The Week” selected will receive a check in the amount of $100 to off-set classroom expenses.
  5. Entries not yet selected as “Teacher of The Week” will remain in consideration for the duration of this contest.
  6. This is a multi-station contest with one weekly winner airing on WQSB, Power-107.5 and Mix-102.9.

Week #1: Bridgett Ott of Crossville High School – $100
Week #2: Colonel Wayne Davenport – Gadsden City High School – $100
Week #3: Colleen McGinnis – Cedar Bluff School -$100
Week #4: Missy Lindley – Albertville Middle School – $100
Week #5: Tracy Coots – Plainview Elementary School – $100
Week #6: Sharra Callahan, Carlisle Elementary School – $100
Week #7: Angie Studdard, Piedmont High School – $100