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(Yet another award for WIEL & WKMO appears below from 1982!)

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Christmas at 406 South Mulberry!


Christmas Cards
When you know you're loved...

Stockings
"The stockings were hung by the (studio) with care..."

Lobby Tree
"I never thought it was such a bad little tree..."
Station Tree
Karen Finley made the place all Christmas(y)
(staff photos)

Legends
TV & Radio legends...how many can you spot?
(Print hung in the halls of 1400)
(staff photo)
WIEL Hall
The steps to the broadcasting throne of WIEL!
(Looking from the WKMO lobby)
(staff photo)

WIEL Tower
(staff photo)

Phonograph Stamp

Lithograph of commemorative radio stamp
(staff photo)

WIEL Tower

Current broadcast tower at 406 S. Mulberry (shown here in 2005) in photos above and above right.
(staff photo)

Oldies1400 Online Studio
New studios of 14WIEL Online and WAKYOnline
(staff photo)

Scott Boettel
Veteran 80's jock Scott Goettel visits the old WIEL
(staff photo)
Scott Goettel
Scott Goettel visits a stripped down 406 S. Mulberry studios 2/28/08
(staff photo)

WIEL KHSAA plaque
  WIEL Kentucky High School Athletic Association 2007
(staff photo)

Civic Pride Award
WIEL/WKMO Civic Pride Award 1982
(staff photo)

American Legion
American Legion Post 113 Certificate of Recognition
(staff photo)

Red Cross
Red Cross Certificate of Appreciation 1989
(staff photo)

Paul Urbahns with Karl Highbaugh
Former DJ Paul Urbahns (r) visits with former Elizabethtown businessman Karl Highbaugh,
owner of Highbaugh's Gun Shop, in Hodgenville July 2008


E-mail

Recently uncovered 1999 note from former part timer Webster Cundiff to then Basix production guy Carl Pitts.
Pen and ink changes by then Production Coordinator Richard Brown.
(staff photo)


Cale, Greg & The Duke
Former WIEL DJ's Cale Tharp (l) and Greg Laha (r) with the legendary
Duke of Louisville
Bill Bailey at Peewee Valley.
(photo courtesy of Cale Tharp)


Cat and Roth
Former WIEL program director Cat Michaels and former GM Roth Stratton at Pritchard Community Center
(station files)

Transmitter Room
WIEL Transmitter
(staff photo)
WIEL Studio
A very empty and very quiet WIEL Control Room
(staff photo)
Despite vacated offices and studios, the heartbeat of WIEL still resides at this address...the transmitter above & the tower on next page.