KTNT radio has the Blues

The Road to Top 40: Bellingham – PT. 2

10/10/88-KJR’s class acts to reunite tomorrow; New Age gets old heave-ho as KNUA seeks livelier sound

9/22/88-10/06/88–Former KJET makes ‘Cool’ debut with history of the roots of rock; Summit meeting silences Freddy Mertz

Ryan & Ryan Are Back, Again

Because They’re Young: Greg Aust & Kevin O’Brien; Dick Curtis Fired From KOL

Gerry Gawne Exits KING, KQIN Goes Country, Gary Taylor & China Smith Sacked

Fine Music Returns To KXA, KOL FM Boots Hard-Sell Ads, & KYAC Tightens Up

Reminiscences of “World Famous Tom Murphy”: The KISN Years (Part 2)

Bobby Simon Moves Back To KJR, Don Clark Returns From SF and Radio Salutes Memorial Day Weekend

KAYO, KVI, KJR, KOL Switch Jocks, KRKO Becomes Radio Free Everett, Nick Anthony Leaves For Ohio

KING/KJR Bus Wars, KVI’s French Lessons, & Steve West Moves To KTAC

Good Music Returns To KXA; Lan Roberts Cuts Back Schedule

Radio Notes: So Long, 1969

Homer Pope, KJR History, KING & KIRO Jock Shuffling

April 1996 R&R Magazine – Gary Taylor, KYCW/KBKS Manager

Good Morning (Lee) Smith, Jerry Holzinger, Stu Martin. It’s August 1969!

1970 – KLAY’s Basketball Network

The KJR Years: Reminiscences of “World Famous” Tom Murphy

Radio’s Year-End Review – 1969