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Since 2013, WLDX has played a mixed format of Southern Gospel from 6am - 10am with the primary format being Country music.Beginning, July 17th, 2017 at 12pm, WLDX will take on a new identity. Kemp had been missing since he fell out of a boat July 10th near the boat launch on Upper Bear Creek Lake near Haleyville. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Marine Patrol and local search and rescue teams found the body of 63 year old Robert Lane Kemp just after Thursday morning.We look forward to our growth in the community and impacting Fayette County in a positive, encouraging and uplifting manner. Get the word out and pray for God to be glorified in every aspect of our new journey. Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department Receives Donation By De Wayne G.
Grande was open about other departments who'd inquired about purchasing the vehicle for their own departments. Tickets can be purchased at WLDX Studios located at 733 Columbus Street East in Fayette. The Stephens w/special guest, Shannon Knight By WLDX WLDX Presents... Hometown Radio Partnership consists of a partnership between Dewayne Guyton and Jonathan Holmes. The investigation into the boating accident continues. By WLDX As of July 17th, 2017, WLDX is now "The River", playing a blend of Southern Gospel & Light Contemporary Christian music! We are on the fast track to becoming Fayette County's Christian Connection!The format will change to 24 hour Christian Broadcasting and identify as "AM990 WLDX-The River".The primary existing programs, "Morning Call" & "At Your Service" will remain in their original forms with additional programming soon to come including "Inspirational Insights", a devotional program featuring a variety of local pastors from the area, "A Good News Moment" featuring a positive news story, certain to inspire, "A Moment For Your Health", a short piece that gives you a daily dose of fitness and health advice, and a whole lot more.
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