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Page Updated December 18, 2017
(We've the demolition photo of our studios at 406 S. Mulberry from our homepage to below)


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Tranmitter Parameters
Transmitter memo from old transmitter room
(staff photo)
Memo from Engineer Bob Horsley
Transmitter memo from old transmitter room
(staff photo)


Paul Urbahns
                  at the State Theater
Paul Urbahns' display of Goldfinger/Fort Knox artifacts at the Historic State Theater Complex March 19th
and 20th, 2010...the weekend of "Goldfinger", parts of which were shot on location on post and in the area.
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)


Max Highbaugh with
                Dee Huddleston
Former General Manager and Senator Walter 'Dee' Huddleston meets with webmaster and 14WIEL Online program director
Max Highbaugh to record some liners and reminisce about WIEL, his memories and recollections of his 20 year tenure as our leader!
(staff photo)


Dee Huddleston
The former Senator stands near a showcase of his political career
(staff photo)
Max Highbaugh
                and Dee Huddleston
Max Highbaugh with Dee Huddleston at the Ron Boone exhibit 9/13/2010
(staff photo)

Mark Isham
Mark Isham, aka 'David Diamond' hard at it in '84!
(courtesy of Mark Isham)
Microphone

Glenn Nichols Nov 1971-1
Glenn Nichols November 1971 running the board
(photograph by Greg Kapfhammer)
(courtesy of Glenn Nichols and Paul Urbahns)



Glenn
                        Nichols Nov 71-2
Glenn Nichols November 1971 running the board
(photograph by Greg Kapfhammer)
(courtesy of Glenn Nichols and Paul Urbahns)

Jesse
                        Carden
Jesse H. Carden

(courtesy of Connie Carden Kisselbaugh)
WIEL
                Nightime Nov. 1971
Nighttime shot of the station by Greg Kapfhammer November 1971
(courtesy of Glenn Nichols and Paul Urbahns)



Judge Long
Dee
                in parade

Former GM Walter 'Dee' Huddleston and Mayor James R. Pritchard in the

Bicentennial Parade


(Left) Judge William Strother Long speaking over WIEL

(photos courtesy of Elvin Smith, Jr.)



Ken Trimble

Former GM Ken  Trimble
(courtesy of John Quincy)


Programming
WIEL folks...all heart!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Clipping Program listings of the Methodist Evangelistic Mission
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

More programming
More WIEL programming!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

WKMO
WIEL gets a new sister station in 1977!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Elvis Panic
Elvis Panic!
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

News clip
Jock lineup
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)

Broadcast Radius
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)
Win a Date
(courtesy of Paul Urbahns)



Demolition of WIEL

(staff photo)

July of 2017 the owners of the former WIEL studios at 406 S. Mulberry had the building razed for reasons we are not privy to. The photo above was taken July 10. Many memories went down with this location, but not from our hearts...evident in the following responses:

 Oh no....it was old...but it was old because history was holding up the walls-Ross Becker

I am thankful that those walls can't talk-Jay (Jerry) Dyer

I remember when it was built-Kenny Tabb

I worked in that building three separate times on WIEL twice & WKMO-Jeffrey Goodrich

There were a lot of great people associated with WIEL !! I remember when Dee Huddleston
called Little League ball games from the old ball park-Dale Ford

My Dad ( Dick Curtis) called many Little League Games from that ball park!! Just really sad...I have some very special memories!-Deanna Hopkins

I certainly remember Dick...he also called all of the E'town Panthers basketball games
-Dale Ford

Spent a lot of time there. Yup, a sad day-Mark Travis

That's pretty much where it all started for me-Kenneth Wortham




Microphone
(staff photo)