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Hometown Big Deals

Hometown Big Deals

Hometown Big Deals is your chance to save 10, 20, 30…up to 70% off certificates for products and services to area businesses! All you’ll need to do […]

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no responses. March 14, 2016 Hometown Broadcasting

The Bug – Your Home for Vinyl

The Bug – Your Home for Vinyl

Join Johnnie Ray for your dose of Vinyl! Saturday Night Album Sides trails the Deep End continuing the theme of deeper cuts and the true sound […]

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no responses. February 13, 2016 Hometown Broadcasting

Thanks for Listening to the Bug!

Thanks for Listening to the Bug!

Due to popular demand the bug has expanded!  The Bug is now heard on 98.7fm in Oshkosh and 1100AM across the entire Fox Valley region (we’ll […]

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