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WCRX is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Chicago, IL and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
Nearby Radio StationsWRTE 90.7 FM, WFMT 98.7 FM, 104.3 JAMS, B96, 107.5 WGCI Chicago, Newsradio 780 & 105.9 WBBM, 101.9 The Mix, 103.5 KISS FM, 93.9 My FM, 94.7 WLS
Listener Comments and Reviews
Show of all shows for La Porte. Jackyl is coming, along with Justified, COR, and Everyday Losers. Held at the La Porte Civic Auditorium. Tickets only $18.00 in advance or $22.00 at the door. Purchase tickets online at landcmusicllc.com, or at The La Porte Civic Auditorium.
By: L and C Music LLC on June 16, 2013
Public Service Announcement
For Immediate Release
Good until: September 24, 2018
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September 21 through 23, De Paul University celebrates the Young Lords 50th with panels, music poetry and plays. The turned around Young Lords became 60’s activists for Latino Rights. Register for free on Event Brite
For information on Young Lords firstname.lastname@example.org 231-571-0502
By: Amy Bennington on July 22, 2018
My name is lucy and never work on Radio station .. I am interested in working Radio station
I like to be an volunteer with your guys
Do you need a volunteer ?
By: Lucy on April 12, 2019
PSA: Whopping cough, also known as pertussis, is a bacterial infection that causes severe coughing and that can be spread from person-to-person. The symptoms include severe cough sometimes followed by vomiting. Additionally, pertussis can cause complications such as infection in the lung and middle ear as well as bleeding in the eyes. Therefore, vaccination is vital for prevention. It is recommended to take the DTaP vaccine at the ages of 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 15-18 months, and 4-6 years. If you feel that you may have whooping cough, consult your doctor immediately in order to receive the proper tests and treatment. If your child has whooping cough and experiences a seizure or stops breathing, contact emergency services immediately. If your child has whooping cough and gets a high fever, vomits, or gets dehydrated, call your doctor immediately. To prevent spreading whooping cough, take precautions like wearing a mask, covering your mouth when you cough, washing your hands often, avoid being around babies and young children, make sure other people in your household get the pertussis vaccine, and do not let your child return to school unless permitted by doctor or nurse.
By: Trisha on March 9, 2020
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