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Radio briefs: Lance Houston replacement at 94.9/The Bull, 1690 AM Voice of the Arts adds Stephanie Miller, Bob Kidd passes

This was posted on Friday, February 3, 2017 by Rodney Ho on his Radio & TV Talk blog

WMLB-AM/1690 Voice of the Arts is adding syndicated liberal talk show host… 678 more words

Things To Do

We Will Receive, We Will Receive

Usually I take a dim view of sports talk radio folks who try to talk politics.  Usually, I think to myself, “you were hired to talk about your area of expertise on the radio; therefore you should try not to talk about subjects that are clearly NOT your area of expertise. 472 more words

Current Events

Melania Trump...not what you're thinking...

For those who have read my blog before, you will likely find me far to the left. So far, in fact, I am frequently out here in the wilderness alone, shouting just to be heard. 453 more words

Wc Turck

Eviscerated!

Eviscerated!

There was barely a mention on Thom Hartman’s radio show today, flippant dismissal on other progressive shows, but lots of the same stale unproductive outrage over recent police shootings by police of Black men. 285 more words

Wc Turck

Fishers/HSE completes comeback, tops Cathedral for girls lacrosse title

Poor weather couldn’t dampen the spirit of the Fishers/Hamilton Southeastern Pride as they avenged their championship loss from a year ago with a come-from-behind 12-11 overtime win over Cathedral in Saturday’s state title girls lacrosse match at Heritage Christian. 541 more words

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Southern Oregon drops Goshen, advances to championship game

Despite losing the Cascade Conference Player of the Year, Ashley Claussen, in the previous game to a knee injury, Southern Oregon used frenzied defense and a balanced offensive attack to defeat Goshen College 84-69 to advance to the NAIA DII National Championship game. 562 more words

Tyler Schuster

Started from the bottom, now they're here

In February of 2013, Stephanie Miller and her Goshen College Maple Leafs Women’s Basketball team had just lost a road game to Huntington University (Ind.) — their 14th loss in a 15-game stretch. 931 more words

Tyler Schuster