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Flashback
August 29, 1903 - Lightning struck the Perry County Courthouse killing John J. Baker.  Six others were seriously injured.  
80 years ago today on August 29, 1934 - "Blind Date" with Ann Southern opened at the Family Theater in Hazard.
60 years ago today on August 29, 1954 - From Here to Eternity opened at Hazard's Cinema Drive-In.
August 29, 1955 - Ten black students enrolled at Carr Creek High School in Knott County.  It was the first school in the region to admit black students at an all white school.

Flashbacks 1981 Talkback Listen What led to Quentin Combs' 17 year career at WSGS & WKIC? Listen Best of the Big Dipper Show Listen Funny Moments from Talkback 1982 Listen Blooper with Paul Harvey Listen 1983 Talkback Listen Ernest Sparkman Birthday Listen August 18th Flashback Listen  Elvis Anniversary Listen  Big Dipper Broadcast From the new WSGS Studios in 2001 Listen Bert Combs Birthday Salute Listen Rebecca Gayheart Birthday Listen Benny Davidson Remembers Late Night Radio in the '60s. Listen Flashback with Willard Morris Listen Jay Lasslo interviews Joe Eversole Listen Jay Lasslo Birthday Salute Listen 1983 Talkback with Charlie Wilson Listen Home Lumber Company Turns 100 Listen Hank Williams Jr. Talks to WSGS Listen From the WSGS Archives - 'Wah Wah' Jones talks to Willie Dawahare in 1954. Listen  Listener Mail Hi guys at WSGS - I was in Indianapolis yesterday an on the was home I was about 50 miles  from Indy an 60 north of Louisville an i picked your  station up on my car radio. Keep up the great work. God Bless. Danny  Stinnet I love this  radio station. Glad you're online, now I can hear the best music all the  way in Louisville. Thanks. Faron & Scott, I enjoy your show. I try to listen every morning. I've been listening to WSGS since 1988. WSGS is the best radio station in the U.S.A. Heck, let's say in the  whole wide world. Ronnie Sutton, Corbin, KY LOVE this station. Listening in Orlando, Florida. The country needs  more REAL people stations like this,  and a far fewer of the Corporation  Garbage types we have  plethora of ... Best Wishes for continued success. Rob Todd.  We lived in  Knott  County for most of our lives,  but moved to London 10 years ago.  WSGS was  the station we listened to before we  moved and we still listen to you a lot here in London...still the  best  County Music station on  the air! Anita Madden, London, KY. Hello. I am very glad to see WSGS has a live internet stream so I can listen to news and the music from the place where I grew up. I am really enjoying it.  Thanks. Bill in Ohio. I am so thankful to be able to hear news down here in South Carolina from Hazard and  also to be able to see the pictures you present of our town. I appreciate the Flashback, i.e. Cash  Walker...I  remember watching Cas and his  humor was coarse but  good and sometimes I smiled even after the programs thinking back what he had said. Anyhow, I am blessed to be able to listen to hometown news. WSGS rides the airways from KY to SC very clearly. Thanks so very much. Idalee Hansel, Spartanburg, SC WSGS, I absolutely love your show! You all are the last station I know of that plays true Country Music. If I lost your show I don't know what I would do. I have listened to WSGS for years on the way from my home in Lexington to Pineville. You all have created countless memories that I could share with my Grandfather with your all's station. One day I hope to visit Hazard and get to see where WSGS is. I also love the listen live streaming. Now when I go off to college in Florida I will be able to keep up with this great station. Thank you guys and keep up the amazing work! God bless! Nathaniel in Lexington, KY