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Hey WKLH! Please consider playing the radio show, “Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis.” It is the best radio show around. I always have to podcast it. It has thousands of listers.
By: KDKinz on March 30, 2017
I'm thankful for Calvary radio out of Hiwe Indiana. While contemporary Christian music is praiseworthy, I like the wide variety of original Christian music Calvary plays. Most of all I love the sermons by the various masters of theology. It is been key in my desire to go deeper into my faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ !
By: Pamela Humrd on March 30, 2017
great shows - thank you so much ! - how do I get it online
By: Jane on March 29, 2017
The word "LIKE", used inappropriately, has infiltrated our language. Initially I thought mostly young people were using it and heard conversations where it was inserted every third/fourth word (ugh) but it's become very common. I want to think more people who know good English usage wouldn't use it but just after 2:00 this afternoon (March 29) the male newscaster reporting on a traffic incident said " I-75 is backed up like four miles." He makes my point beautifully. Amen.
By: Nina Derda on March 29, 2017
It is almost impossible to listen to 99.9 FM while driving around the Hazel Del area. The signal is week and is often overwhelmed by another station broadcasting on the same frequency. I thought it was KRAT but I could not find it on the internet. May have been KRKT 99.9 in Albany, OR.
By: Terry McCann on March 29, 2017
Straight up good music!
By: Holly on March 29, 2017
This is by far the best playlist played in the entire southeast. I travel most southeastern states regularly and can't find another station with this quality. Thank you for playing REAL country music only.
By: Kip on March 29, 2017
Since you have switched to despicable NBC slanted news, I listen Rush and Sean daytime shows on 1290 from Dayton. If I am driving at night and NBC news comes on 550, I mute it until it's over. NBC news is a joke.
By: Debi L on March 29, 2017
My wife. My son and I. Are looking for a home to rent. We have till the 31st to turn in the place were in. I would like prayer over our situation. Thank u. And god bless
By: Lou on March 29, 2017
Hello! I thought you might like to know that Katie Austin, of Ponchatoula, and Lainey Wilson, of Baskin, Louisiana but living in Nashville, have been selected as a top 5 finalist in the Folger's Coffee Jingle Contest. Chris Young is the mentor this year, so all of the finalist got the chance to meet Chris last week and talk about their music careers. There is an online fan voting portion of the contest and they could use some help! The best part about the fan voting is that each time a fan votes for their favorite jingle, they are entered into a random drawing to win $10,000.....please help us get the word out so that these Louisiana girls can win the contest! Thank you!
By: Darlene on March 29, 2017
YES! Eddie Fisher to Bruce Hornsby to Ol Blue Eyes to?!.......What a Great Station!
By: Dan on March 28, 2017
Fraud. No intention of ever starting a non-profit lp-fm radio station. Brian Seim is a crook and a user. He should be in jail for the things he has done regarding the mid-use of station funds.
By: Anonymous on March 28, 2017
Could you please announce the following announcement on your radio station, WTPJ 102.3 FM? Mount Vernon United Methodist Church All You Can Eat Fish Fry Fish, French Fries, Hushpuppies, Slaw & Dessert 2160 Smithford Road, Hickory Grove, SC Friday, April 21, 2017 4:00 - 8:00 pm Saturday, April 22, 2017 4:00 - 8:00 pm Eat In or Take Out - $10.00 per plate Children ages 4 - 12 $4.00 (eat in only) All food cooked on site. All proceeds go to Mount Vernon building fund. Contact Person: Dean Dover 803 230-3971 Thank you very much!
By: Beth B. Dover on March 28, 2017
I heard a song tonight, (Tuesday, March 28th) it was almost 8:00 p.m. The name of the song or the artist was not given. The only part of the song I can remember was something like "keep moving, or just keep moving and I think a man & woman was singing. It has a sort of jazz sound. please help....
By: Therese Wright on March 28, 2017
What is that song you advertise your station with, it's just a snip Say what you willhill and you will?
By: Jon Torbensom on March 28, 2017
By: Jorge on March 28, 2017
“The Way of the Cross” – A special service of Music & Art! Fourteen moments from the day Jesus walked to the cross described in music, art, and scripture presented by Midway United Methodist Church’s Chancel Choir, Handbells and Orchestra. Works by local artists & craftsmen will be on display during the musical service on Sunday, April 9, 10:30 am in the Christian Fellowship Center of Midway United Methodist Church, 9795 Old US Hwy 52, Lexington. Other dates during Holy Week that you can view the artist and craftsmen renderings: April 13, Maundy Thursday Service at 7 pm – hand washing, communion and scripture reading. April 14, Community “Cross Walk” - begins at Oak Forest U.M.C located 1 mile from Midway U.M.C. and ends at Midway with a light lunch and fellowship. April 16, Easter Sunday, 8:30 am Modern Worship; 10:30 am Traditional Worship For additional information, contact Pastor Chuck Ireson, Midway United Methodist Church, 336.764.0990.
By: Midway United Methodist Church on March 28, 2017
I'm now listening to WWBA 820 am now that Laura Ingram is gone. We need more progressive talk.
By: Dennis on March 28, 2017
I would like to know if you would like to sale your radio station. Or could I take over your number of the radio station. You can call me at 979-316-0384 thanks.
By: Rene Guevara on March 28, 2017
I would like to know if you would like to sale your radio station. Or could I take over your number of the radio station.
By: Rene Guevara on March 28, 2017