Farewell to a familiar Christian presence on Columbia’s radio dial
December 18, 2014
COLUMBIA, SC — WMHK-FM is scheduled to go off the air sometime Thursday, ending an era of local Christian personalities and programming that extends back nearly 40 years. That tugs at the hearts of loyal listeners like Kati Horton of Irmo. Even though the K-Love Radio Network will continue to play contemporary Christian music and programming when it takes over the 89.7 slot on the FM dial, she is sad for the loss of familiar community connections.
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