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WQHL 1250
My brother is currently incarcerated and listens to your station on a daily basis, until recently. Suddenly the channel is no where to found. Has the listening area been changed? Is there a different setting? The system limits what channels and stations are available to inmates, and they are not very forthcoming with information. We don't know if something has changed with your broadcasting or if the system has taken the option away from inmates. Not many people listen to conservative radio where he is currently housed, so your station is the one spot of sanity that he was getting on a daily basis. If you have any information, please let me know so I can pass it on to him. I really appreciate anything you can tell me regarding this matter, nancy
By: nancy on October 6, 2019

WRVY 100.5
This is my favorite radio station, . This week I can’t bring in this station. What happen. I live in Tiskilwa. Please fix it. I miss my favorite songs.
By: Liz Piacenti on October 6, 2019

WEBL 95.3
This morning (Sunday) I heard a song on your station that I really need to know the name & artist. It played at approximately 8:45am. The song referred to “a river” . I would really like to find that song & add it to my phone list.
By: Steve Kennedy on October 6, 2019

WMWG 89.3
I just moved to Milwaukee and was distressed to find no classical stations!! I'd been here about a month and tonight I randomly found you! Hopedully my work car will pick you up too!
By: Jade Birch on October 6, 2019

WHBC 1480
hi my name is Thomas Brown i was wondering if you let people hunt on your land
By: Thomas on October 5, 2019

KQRU 107.9
Was passing through and stumbled upon your station. It was the most enjoyable experience on my drive back from Fresno. Wish I could hear you in Moorpark. To all in your listening area: Lucky!
By: George on October 5, 2019

KYFS 90.9
Hello it's 4:45 pm on Saturday October 5th 2019. Around 4:00 I was scrolling thru the radio stations trying to find something to listen to. I came across 90.9 and the DJ was speaking about evolution and the book of Genesis. Citing recent discoveries of fossils. Which were unique that did not match fossils prior to the great flood. Can you please tell me if this is a regullary scheduled program/discussion. Or where I might find more information like this.
By: Chris on October 5, 2019

Air 1 97.5 (KYSF)
Hi there! I love your ministry, and tried to contact you several weeks ago by computer & ended up not being able to get a hold of you. God has been faithful in speaking the name of Eugene (Oregon) each & every time I hear the announcement of "KYSF, Bonanza, Klamath Falls"... and I hear Eugene, each and every time in God's gentle voice. I am a reborn Christian and have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. So, thank you for seriously considering purchasing a radio station in Eugene, OR. Sincerely, Pamela S. Burns
By: Pamela Burns on October 5, 2019

101.7 K-WULF (KWUL)
Neil...Totally disagree with you on Malone/Ozzie Osborne song "Take what you need " as being good.That song is pure garbage.Song was played at 3:27 pm ,9-5 2019.
By: Dan Hall on October 5, 2019

WKCL 91.5
HI KTCL.... LISTEN TO YOU ALL THE TIME !!!!!!!! I am a US Military CHAPLAIN & now in Nav Weap Sta. GOOSE CREEK. I am seeking a CHRISTIAN... Lawyer INCOME TAX PREPARER, ETC. TO help me submit my Federal & State Income Taxes. Since I am with the Southern Baptist Convention & US Military I need someone who knows PASTORAL/CHURCH, ETC. ETC. data. ANY HELP ??????????? RUNNING FOR CHRIST, CHAPLAIN JAMES SCOTT USMC/USN/NAMB/CSU 843-302-6084
By: CHAPLAIN SCOTT on October 5, 2019

WIFC 95.5
Do you have the song by Adam Lambert call superpower?
By: Blanca on October 5, 2019

EZ Rock 105.9 (KGVL)
I understand that you broadcast Texas A&M football live. Can I get a schedule of the games from you? The web search is not very friendly. They seem to just want to sell tickets. Thank you for the broadcasting of the Fighting Texas Aggies. Is there a member of your station that is an Aggie?
By: JOHN mARTYN on October 5, 2019

Call 1310 (KAHL)
So glad we can get your station again! Hoping for continued success. Will be listening.
By: Gary Pursley on October 5, 2019

Talk Radio 1210 (WPHT)
In case anyone forgot,,,, when someone lies for someone that liar owns them the rest of their lives. I can think of two Locals who are owned lock stock and barrell by a Upper West Side Elitist, Liberal Millionaire Democrat whose only succes in life is to destroy the Republican Party. I have never heard two more panicked, trained monkies in the morning than on WPHT1210 Talk Radio. Their attempts at comedy are as sad as their need to lie and condone POTUS every move in the name of nothing more than a school yard bully win. It is sad - they know better.
By: Jane Yavis on October 5, 2019

KGDN 101.3
I listened to some great programming this week while in Tri Cities area. Found this site while trying to track down the line up of this station.
By: Keith Bloom on October 5, 2019

KKBL 95.9
Does kkbl give radio station tour
By: Kevin Towler on October 5, 2019

99.7 Jack FM (WJKD)
Gold Star Mom Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon and Art Auction Michelle Dale’s son, Dale Kridlo, died on the battlefield with honor. It does not make his death any easier on his family. Michelle has rallied as President of Gold Star Moms of Indian River County and is serving her community, determined to prevent another mother from suffering the loss of her child. Twenty-two veterans commit suicide each day. President, Michelle Dale, and the other Gold Star Mom’s of Indian River County have made it their mission to increase awareness and raise monies to provide veterans with mental health services, service dogs, and financial support for Next Generation Veterans. One veteran’s suicide is too many for Gold Star Moms, just as one more mom losing their child is unacceptable. You can help them with their mission. On November 16, 2019 from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Walking Tree Brewery there will be a walk-a-thon and a patriotic art auction. The walk-a-thon is 2.2 kilometers representing the 22 veteran suicides per day. Further, Gold Star Moms, a 501(c)3, are accepting corporate sponsorships from $500-$2000. Depending on the amount a corporation donates the donor’s name will be placed on a t-shirt or banner. Let Indian River County show their support for veterans by sponsoring this event and joining the Gold Star Moms to bring awareness about veterans’ suicides. Whether you simply wish to make a tax-deductible corporate donation, purchase patriotic art, or just participate in the walk-a-thon to show your support, everything you do will help bring awareness to this national crisis to begin to provide the best mental health care to transition to civilian life. Every veteran deserves to live a long happy productive life. You can make the difference so please join us at the Gold Star Mom’s Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon.
By: Beth Siebert on October 5, 2019

WCZR 101.7
Gold Star Mom Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon and Art Auction Michelle Dale’s son, Dale Kridlo, died on the battlefield with honor. It does not make his death any easier on his family. Michelle has rallied as President of Gold Star Moms of Indian River County and is serving her community, determined to prevent another mother from suffering the loss of her child. Twenty-two veterans commit suicide each day. President, Michelle Dale, and the other Gold Star Mom’s of Indian River County have made it their mission to increase awareness and raise monies to provide veterans with mental health services, service dogs, and financial support for Next Generation Veterans. One veteran’s suicide is too many for Gold Star Moms, just as one more mom losing their child is unacceptable. You can help them with their mission. On November 16, 2019 from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Walking Tree Brewery there will be a walk-a-thon and a patriotic art auction. The walk-a-thon is 2.2 kilometers representing the 22 veteran suicides per day. Further, Gold Star Moms, a 501(c)3, are accepting corporate sponsorships from $500-$2000. Depending on the amount a corporation donates the donor’s name will be placed on a t-shirt or banner. Let Indian River County show their support for veterans by sponsoring this event and joining the Gold Star Moms to bring awareness about veterans’ suicides. Whether you simply wish to make a tax-deductible corporate donation, purchase patriotic art, or just participate in the walk-a-thon to show your support, everything you do will help bring awareness to this national crisis to begin to provide the best mental health care to transition to civilian life. Every veteran deserves to live a long happy productive life. You can make the difference so please join us at the Gold Star Mom’s Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon. For more information and registration. Please visit our website at www.ircgoldstarmoms.org
By: Beth Siebert on October 5, 2019

Oldies 103.7 (WQOL)
Gold Star Mom Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon and Art Auction Michelle Dale’s son, Dale Kridlo, died on the battlefield with honor. It does not make his death any easier on his family. Michelle has rallied as President of Gold Star Moms of Indian River County and is serving her community, determined to prevent another mother from suffering the loss of her child. Twenty-two veterans commit suicide each day. President, Michelle Dale, and the other Gold Star Mom’s of Indian River County have made it their mission to increase awareness and raise monies to provide veterans with mental health services, service dogs, and financial support for Next Generation Veterans. One veteran’s suicide is too many for Gold Star Moms, just as one more mom losing their child is unacceptable. You can help them with their mission. On November 16, 2019 from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Walking Tree Brewery there will be a walk-a-thon and a patriotic art auction. The walk-a-thon is 2.2 kilometers representing the 22 veteran suicides per day. Further, Gold Star Moms, a 501(c)3, is accepting corporate sponsorships from $500-$2000. Depending on the amount a corporation donates the donor’s name will be placed on a t-shirt or banner. Let Indian River County show their support for veterans by sponsoring this event and joining the Gold Star Moms to bring awareness about veterans’ suicides. Whether you simply wish to make a tax-deductible corporate donation, purchase patriotic art, or just participate in the walk-a-thon to show your support, everything you do will help bring awareness to this national crisis to begin to provide the best mental health care to transition to civilian life. Every veteran deserves to live a long happy productive life. You can make the difference so please join us at the Gold Star Mom’s Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon.
By: Beth Siebert on October 5, 2019

WVRO 105.3
Gold Star Mom Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon and Art Auction Michelle Dale’s son, Dale Kridlo, died on the battlefield with honor. It does not make his death any easier on his family. Michelle has rallied as President of Gold Star Moms of Indian River County and is serving her community, determined to prevent another mother from suffering the loss of her child. Twenty-two veterans commit suicide each day. President, Michelle Dale, and the other Gold Star Mom’s of Indian River County have made it their mission to increase awareness and raise monies to provide veterans with mental health services, service dogs, and financial support for Next Generation Veterans. One veteran’s suicide is too many for Gold Star Moms, just as one more mom losing their child is unacceptable. You can help them with their mission. On November 16, 2019 from 9 am to 12:30 pm at the Walking Tree Brewery there will be a walk-a-thon and a patriotic art auction. The walk-a-thon is 2.2 kilometers representing the 22 veteran suicides per day. Further, Gold Star Moms, a 501(c)3, is accepting corporate sponsorship from $500-$2000. Depending on the amount a corporation donates the donor’s name will be placed on a t-shirt or banner. Let Indian River County show their support for veterans by sponsoring this event and joining the Gold Star Moms to bring awareness about veterans’ suicides. Whether you simply wish to make a tax-deductible corporate donation, purchase patriotic art, or just participate in the walk-a-thon to show your support, everything you do will help bring awareness to this national crisis to begin to provide the best mental health care to transition to civilian life. Every veteran deserves to live a long happy productive life. You can make the difference so please join us at the Gold Star Mom’s Suicide Awareness Walk-A-Thon. For more information visit: ircgoldstarmoms.org
By: Beth Siebert on October 5, 2019

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