Radio Station Information

WEVO 89.1 FM

City of License:
Concord, NH

Public Radio

Concord, NH

New Hampshire Public Radio, Inc.

WEVO is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Concord, NH and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

To the Editor: U.S. Armed Forces Veterans By Peter Macdonald 465 Packers falls Rd Lee NH 03861 603-659-6217 We are the child that left home to learn how to kill with out emotion or feelings on a continuous basses. We are the children that gave the remainder of our teenage life to protect and defend the U.S.A. against the enemy. We are the people that entered Boot Camp to have all proper life lessons removed to become a fighting unit. We are the subjects that lived and endured nonhuman living conditions day and night for years at a time so our loved ones could enjoy freedom. We are the ones that the enemy continuously tried to kill with every means possible every second of every day. We are the individuals that learned survival was to kill first then assess the situation. We are the men and women complacent with live for our death is eminent every second of every engagement. God safely returned us home to warm thank you and parades in our desire to return to the life as a child we left. Our loved ones never see that the survival skills of war, years into the future will take everything leaving us homeless estranged from the land we did it for. One in every four returning U.S. Military veterans will be homeless in their first ten years home. We are the losers that towns and citizens like Lee NH do not believe are good enough to live in their back yard. We are the citizens that Politicians will turn there backs on because voters see us as losers. We (the boys and girls) that came back from combat choose to be homeless for your safety because our survival instincts just will not go away. We are among the over Three Hundred Thousand and growing every day child that left home to learn how to kill (U.S. Military Veteran) on the Streets of this Great nation homeless because the public is ignorant to what we have become. The Veteran Resort-Chapel is a place without Taxpayer money helps these children that are now U.S. Military Veterans. Why do we allow towns like Lee NH to discriminate against Homeless combat Veterans? Go to veterans resort chapel on Face Book and look at the photos, or go to Peter Macdonald Sgt USMC, Minister VRC Located at 101 Stepping Stone Rd Lee NH
By: Peter Macdonald on March 10, 2018

My name is Nancy Tozzo and my sister-in-law is Colleen Westerling of Plymouth NH. Her son (my nephew) Victor Westerling has been missing since the evening of the 3rd of July. Tonight marks the one week mark he has been missing from the Plymouth, NH area. I realize he is 18 years old however he is autistic (Asperger's), has severe anxiety and depression, has not spoken in over a year, and has barely left the house in 6 months. He does not like unfamiliar places, loud noises, or crowds. He is 6 ft and 130 lbs with light brown hair and blue eyes. His phone was used to contact his mom twice however we are not convinced that Victor sent those texts. When asked questions only he would know the answers to she received no response. PLEASE DON’T LET THE FACT THAT HE IS 18 ALLOW YOU TO THINK HE IS CAPABLE OF BEING ON HIS OWN. HE’S NOT! PLEASE HELP KEEP THE WORD OUT THERE! WE DON’T FEEL THERE HAS BEEN AS MUCH PRESS BECAUSE OF HIS AGE. Nancy Tozzo 93 South Main Street Middletown, CT 06457 860-922-8292
By: Nancy Tozzo on July 10, 2019

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