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WKVX showcases classic pop and rock hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s. WKVX programming also features locally-produced/sponsored programming including, themed weekends, Saturday Hits Live, local sports and the 60s on Sunday. WKVX Sunday mornings are dedicated to church programming.

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More WKVX Music Highlights

Themed Weekends
Every Friday kick off the weekend with a special theme, such as Meet the Beatles, Car Tunes, British Invasion, Tasty Tunes, and more!

Saturday Hits Live
It’s a coast-to-coast oldies request party every Saturday night.

The 60’s on Sunday
All of the great stars from Rock ‘n Roll’s best decade including The Four Seasons, Beatles, Beach Boys, CCR, and many more!

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City council approves several measures at Monday night’s meeting

City council approves several measures at Monday night’s meeting

At their meeting on Monday night, Wooster City Council members approved several measures, including a tax abatement for Rea & Associates.  The 12-year, 50% abatement will allow the accounting firm to construct a new downtown office building on North Market...

Holmes County Commissioners approve sale of former landfill

Holmes County Commissioners approve sale of former landfill

Holmes County Commissioners have officially handed over the former county landfill to the Holmes County Park District.  The transferring of the 250 acres of land, which is located off of Township Road 326 in the north central part of the county, took place during a...

More than $700,000 in state funding awarded locally

More than $700,000 in state funding awarded locally

Thanks to the efforts of the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Wayne and Holmes Counties, two local organizations will receive more than $700,000 in capital funding.  The money, which is part of a $20 million state initiative to provide middle and high school...