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KPEP 106.5
My dad was manager and part owner of KPEP from about 1960 to ‘69. Bill Nicholson. The DJ’s I remember were Blackie Crawford, Terry Belew, Johnny Crawford (no relation to Blackie) and Bobby Roundtree. Salesmen were Benny Dunlap and Tom Mullins. Secretary was Ruth Cunningham. It was a great run and very popular. If I’m not mistaken, I believe everyone has passed including my dad just last November.
By: Ken Nicholson on September 17, 2019

101.7 K-WULF (KWUL)
Can you play some Ozark Mountain Daredevils to get us in the mood for the Sept. 28 concert in Warrenton 7:30 pm. It's the Warrenton Fall Festival. Hope to see you there! Thanks Cheri
By: Cheri Bauer on September 16, 2019

Family Radio 91.9 (WJCH)
Several months ago there was an interview with a representative from a private Christian school located in Naperville I’ll. I would like to have more information on that school or contact information. Thank you in advance for your help
By: Suzanne Lehmsn on September 16, 2019

WQLT 107.3
On Sunday mornings I especially enjoy listening to the Casey Kasem America's Top 40 programs from the 1980's. Occasionally, WQLT follows this show with a broadcast that highlights a major reissue or new release. On September 15, the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock was featured. I did not know it was going to come on, and I would have liked to listen to it. I only caught the last 5 minutes when Jimi Hendrix was on. Is there any way WQLT can rebroadcast this program? If not, is there another way I can access and listen to this program? Sincerely, Kevin McMicken
By: Kevin McMicken on September 16, 2019

WQLT 107.3
On Sunday mornings I especially enjoy listening to the Casey Kasem America's Top 40 programs from the 1980's. Occasionally, WQLT follows this show with a broadcast that highlights a major reissue or new release. On September 15, the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock was featured. I did not know it was going to come on, and I would have liked to listen to it. I only caught the last 5 minutes when Jimi Hendrix was on. Is there any way WQLT can rebroadcast this program? If not, is there another way I can access and listen to this program? Sincerely, Kevin McMicken kevinandmonica@netzero.com
By: Kevin McMicken on September 16, 2019

WOOG 92.7
I love this station and hope it only gets bigger so I can listen in more places! Hear some great song and save almost all of them, I did hear one and wish I could have heard the name of it! lyrics I can remember are: "I speak the kings English I kneel in his chapel I get 40 lashes for eating his apples" it was a catchy song I really liked but just can't find it. Keep this station alive please i want to keep spreading the word about it KEEP OLD COUNTRY ALIVE!!
By: Confitz6 on September 16, 2019

KCDC 102.5
I love the music you play! Sometimes you are not on...why is that? I sure hope that you stay on the air as you are a great alternative to all the country stations we have here in Grand Junction.
By: Kay Brauhoff on September 16, 2019

WAGR 1340
Church Event Announcement McCormick Chapel AME will be celebrating their “Church Anniversary” Sunday, September 29th, 2019 (all day service) with a dedication of the fellowship hall. “Evening Worship Service” guest Preacher: Presiding Elder Evelyn G. Dunn-NC Conference, Southern District. Come out and enjoy the celebration.
By: Rev. Dr. Judy V. Johnson- Pastor on September 16, 2019

Hit Radio 104.7 (KVIC)
Want to wish kourtney Hill Happy birthday. she is 14 today. We all love u do very much. Mom dad and sissy
By: Wendy Dickerson on September 16, 2019

WLCN 96.3
how come it"s dead air after jeff#2 ? need a new guy ? I'd be interested in a meet & greet / sit - down .
By: jeff barnes on September 16, 2019

WEBY 1330
Where did Gun Talk go on Sunday afternoons?
By: RRC on September 15, 2019

WMMV 1350
On Saturday, September 14th, there was an interesting host that spoke about a.i. around 4:30pm. Is there a way to get a transcript or listen to the program again? We couldn't listen to the whole segment but we're very captivate with what we heard. Hopefully you can help an interested listener.
By: Nan on September 15, 2019

WCQS 88.1
Hi, I know you don't know me, but I would really like to have a moment of your time. This is just to make you aware of the kind of people that are putting on events in your area. We would really appreciate it a moment of your time.  I'm emailing you because of a situation that happened over the weekend. You allowed John Bruner to put on an event in your town. Are you aware of him taking peoples money for services he's not giving? If you will please give me a moment of your time and then you be the judge. When festival coordinators or people in charge of an event have a standards they stick to. When booking an event the coordinators won't take no more than three vendors with the same product. It gives each vendor the opportunity to make their sales and doesn't clutter the event. The coordinators will also tell each vendor how many vendors they have selling the same or similar product. The coordinator will also tell vendors that their returning vendors get the choice of where they want to be. Each coordinator will send each vendor a vendor list for who's participating and instructions for set-up / breakdown times and maps to the event. Every festival is supposed to be this way and gives the vendor the chance to decide as to whether or not they would like to participate. It doesn't matter if you have 5,000 people or 20,000 people, the vendors are the lifeline of any event. People only have so much money to spend and when you have a good coordinator they lookout for their vendors and keep these standards for a good event and vendors wanting to return another year. I can send you countless reply's from coordinators for events as far back as five years that keep these standards and morals and respect for their vendors. Festivals are how many vendors make their living and need to be in events where this is possible. When you get a coordinator that is in it for himself it makes a bad event. John Bruner scheduled a festival for September 14th 2019 in Marion, NC. He charged $50.00 per space for this event. He claimed he had 1,000's of vendors wanting to be in this event. He told me in an email for every one space, he had a 100 more wanting it. He was taking money from vendors all year long. Not one time did he give us a list of vendors, he did not tell us that returning vendors had first choice, nor did he send us the instructions. Each time I asked the conversation changed, he avoided it each time. He was really nice and convincing and told us that we had nothing to be concerned about. Once we arrived we were instructed where to go and was put as far back as anyone could have been put. After we finished our set-up we learned that there were at least six more vendors with the same product and that they had been hand picked by John himself. Had we known he was taking people's money for his own self gain we would not have booked this event and could have booked another event.. IT's not about complaining, it's the principle or the matter. The man took money for services he didn't give. We have since asked for a refund from him because of this. He in turn laughed at our faces and I have emails from him on this matter as well. I am reporting him to the law, the state, Paypal, and festival committees that let him place his adds for his events and numerous places. Thank you for your time, I hope this hasn't gone on deaf ears. Penny Eslinger 706-374-3434
By: Penny Eslinger on September 15, 2019

KGFY 105.5
If you are the station that broadcasts OSU Soccer matches, could you does us a favor. Could you use the proper terminology in explaining some of the field markings on the soccer field The halfway point is the midfield line or midfield. The 18 yd square is the penalty area. The 6 yd square is the goal area. We appreciate you broadcasting the games.
By: James Chaffin on September 15, 2019

KRSJ 100.5
Love Love Love
By: Michael Mahan on September 15, 2019

98.5 KVOO
My husband wants to listen to the weekly top 40 countdown like he used to. Do you play it and, if so, when?
By: Katen on September 15, 2019

K95 (KWEN)
My elderly husband misses the top 40 countdown. Do you play this program and when?
By: Karen on September 15, 2019

New Country 96.3 KSCS
Please play more traditional country music like Midland songs on Let it Roll album thanks for your consideration
By: Joyce on September 15, 2019

Bob FM 92.9 (KBEZ)
I agree if you can't be neutral and just report politics it shouldn't be aired. And I'm also tired and fed up with people in this country not showing Respect to our elected President. You can Express your disagreement with policies, protest, vote but if you can't be respectful, you shouldn't be Living here. It amazes me how many celebrities said they would move out of the country when things didn't go the way they wanted but then Didn't go through with it! And I also won't be listening due to you removing the Christmas music
By: Belinda on September 15, 2019

KVDR 94.7
Music is great. Need to mix in more Top 40 and Doo Wop; say one on Friday and the other, Saturdays. Two more recs: increase fm wattage to 25 kw and/or raise tower height (maybe more directional to avoid Austin and San Angelo but to include Uvalde and Eagle Pass. DIGITAL and I-phone signal would be nice. Your station is awesome. Strive to be the best. YOu are well on the way.
By: Joe on September 15, 2019

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