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I loved seeing this as it brought back so many memories from both sides of the mountains with my having been born and raised in Walla Walla and my brother having been a radio personality, “Dan Tory”, on KHIT in Walla Walla. And how the call letters (and our radio careers) migrated over to the Seattle area. Victor Stredicke documented all of the radio biz over the decades and I felt honored the times when he’d mention me (“Jaynie Dillon”) in his column. I’m thankful Mike Barer is the historian for Walla Walla and beyond that he is today, also. My brother worked for Arch LeRoux, of course. Every name in the story is familiar to me and brought back memories.