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> << Isn't 105.7 in Campton/Waterville Valley? >>
> sorry about my confusion. don't know the actual locations of most of the
> Lakes Region stations (other than WLNH where the demented Hopper rules!
> bring back more music tributes to Meredith!)
> the last time i heard "live" tune-age & announcers on the 105.7
> bleed-through, it was identified as "The Lakes Region's Oldies Station" or
> some such critter.
> - -Chuck Igo
For a time WLKZ, Gilford, simulcast their Good Time Great Oldies format on
105.7, Waterville Valley. Le Tower/Le Station? was sold and it is now a
simulcast of WXRV The River.
Re: Music Tributes. Until Governor Jean Sheheen recinds the executive order
issued by Governor Hugh Gallen in 1981 banning my 3,000 songs about people,
places and things in New Hampshire I will remain silent. I ain't going back
to the big house.