February 28, 2015
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Julie Humphreys, left, Debra Wilde and Kent Adams rehearse for their boomer-focused talk radio programming on KJRB.
July 14, 2014 in Features on Page C1
Baby boomers are reclaiming the Spokane radio station of their youth: KJRB. In the 1960s and 70s, KJRB was the area’s premier Top 40 station broadcasting the rock ’n’ roll …
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