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I began my radio career in July of 1976 at WBBA radio in my hometown of Pittsfield, Illinois, while also working on the farm the radio station owner had. Then I moved to Canton, Missouri in the fall of 1980 and helped start KQCA radio, where we spun records for four years. My next stop was in Quincy, Ill. and I helped start up WQCY-FM, in 1984 as Program Director. In 1992 I moved to Bick Broadcasting and started Top 40 Hits KRRY-FM (Y101) and have been here ever since!
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It’s Not Too Early To Apply For a Summer Job – Quincy Park District to Hold Job Fair

The winter has been long and the weather has been awful. Summer seems far away, but it will be here before you know it. In fact, a Job Fair for summer positions is coming up in Quincy.

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