Our 106.3FM Transmitter is back on the air in Macomb."WTND Back on the Air!"
At WTND we recognize that School Year is ending soon. We would like to congratulate our Graduates in the Class of 2019 and we would like to remind you to watch out as you travel the roads this summer especially keeping an eye out for children who maybe doing many activities including riding bicycles, rollerskating, and more in which they must share the roads with our cars. Lets all have a safe and happy summer."Summer’s A Comin’"
On Behalf of the Board of Directors and Staff of WTND we would like to wish our listeners a safe & happy holiday season. We also hope that you a very Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, and Prosperous New Year. For our friends who have already celebrated their holidays we also hope you had a wonderful Winter Solstice & Happy Hanukkah, and a great Yuletide."2018 Christmas Holiday"
The Father Brown Mysteries: a new radio drama from Colonial Radio Theater, Starts on Sunday October 28 at 6pm. It will be on Sundays at 6pm starting October 28!"The Father Brown Mysteries Premieres October 28 at 6PM!"
On behalf of the Staff and Board of Directors of WTND-LP Macomb 106.3 FM we would like to thank the following local businesses who were gracious enough to donate prizes for our 2018 Trivia Night. A Boy and his Tiger, The Computer Source, Chubby’s, Jimmy John’s, Papa John’s, Taco Bell, Dunkin Donuts, New Copperfields Book Service, Copy Pack & Post, The Book Post II, NAPA, Diamond D’s Western Store, Spirit in the Sky, Gentry Motors, Cady’s, Piece to Peace Treasures, Macomb Square Music, Refreshment Services Pepsi (Macomb, IL Warehouse) Also…"2018 Trivia Night Donors"
Commentary by Patrick Stout (Reprinted with Permission of the Author) Unpaid Workers staff WTND Radio As low power community radio WTND celebrated its 15th Anniversary Saturday, it became evident that a number of Macomb residents are serving the station as unpaid staff to free up donations to pay for music programming and monthly operational bills. Some volunteers include music show host Sam Parker, local interview host and community events recorder Mike Selders, and writer and…"McDonough County Voice January 19, 2018 Commentary"