Jim Dedelow, owner of WJOB-1230 AM in Hammond, describes the regional radio station as "living history built on listeners."
WJOB radio station owner Jim Dedelow visits the memory lane of music housed in the Hammond studio's vast record collection.
WJOB radio station owner Jim Dedelow stands below the 400-ft-plus tower at the Hammond station. WJOB received its first broadcast license in 1923.
I have a number of things to write about in this column today.
Who says you have to slow down as you age? Not Joe Gerlach, 76, of St. John. And thanks to the retired shipping clerk, guys with the same mindset team up each week over the winter for exercise at the Lake Hills Family Center in Schererville.
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