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Troy reacts to Passing of HOF Radio Voice, Ralph Black

TROY, Ala. – Troy Hall of Fame radio broadcaster Ralph Black passed away Friday, July 17; he was 79 years old. Black was responsible for many historic calls during his 26 years as the play-by-play broadcaster for Troy football, basketball and baseball. His famous “Holy Mackerel” call came after Ted Clem booted a 50-yard field goal as time expired to win…

John and Tommy Morning Show Celebrates Their 1st Year Back On Air At Y-102

If you grew up in Montgomery you’ve probably listened to these two on your morning commute. John Garrett and Tommy Fields of the John and Tommy morning show are celebrating their first year back on air at Y-102. The two were a dynamic duo here in the late 90’s, until they took a bit of a hiatus in 2003. Tommy says…

Montgomery “Hams” Join in National Deployment

On June 25 and 26, thousands of Amateur Radio operators—commonly referred to as “hams”—across the country will be showing off their emergency capabilities on Field Day 2016. In past years the news has been full of reports of ham radio operators providing critical communications during unexpected emergencies in towns across America, including the California wildfires, winter storms, tornadoes, hurricanes and…