Radio Station Information

WNIE 89.1 FM

City of License:
Freeport, IL

Public Radio

Northern Illinois University

WNIE is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Freeport, IL. The station airs public radio programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Local News Press Release Local Man Honored by the Illinois Martial Arts Hall of Fame A local Stockton resident and Freeport Martial Arts School owner, Brian Booth, has recently been inducted into the Illinois Martial Art Hall of Fame in Glen Ellen on March 26th for his quality instruction and the many championships won during the course of his career. Master Booth is the head karate instructor and founder of Progressive Fighting Concepts (PFC), in Freeport. PFC will be holding tournaments and fund-raising events to send the students that qualified to the State Games Of America, in Grand Rapids, Mich, during the summer of 2017. Events are posted on their Facebook page. Call for class times or more information: Master Brian Booth 815-858-4976 18 W. Stephenson st. Second floor In the F A Read Center * Private lessons available * Family rates * Ages, 5 to adult * Weapon training * Free lesson
By: Tammy Dreves on April 2, 2016

VOLUNTEER DAYS- April 23, 2016 11AM or 1PM. Pegasus Special Riders is a therapeutic horseback riding facility. Come join our group of volunteers. Our volunteers make it possible for our clients to participate in this life changing experience. You can be a horse leader, side walker, horse feeder, fundraiser, maintenance person, horse exerciser or you can sign up to take the PATH certified test and be an instructor. Come out Saturday 4/23 at either 11 or 1. We are located at 6668 S. Carthage Road, Oregon, Illinois 61061. 815-973-3177
By: Pegasus Special Riders Inc on April 17, 2016

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