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|City of license||Lumberton, North Carolina|
|Slogan||"Rejoice! Musical Soul Food"|
|First air date||1954|
|Callsign meaning||Where Advertising Gets Results|
|Owner||WAGR Broadcasting, Inc|
After Messa Corp. bought the stations from Southeastern Broadcasting Corp. in July 1992, WAGR and WJSK ended their tradition of airing only Lumberton high school football and began carrying games involving other Robeson County teams.
- Futch, Michael (2004-06-10). "Call Letters Have Their Swan Song". The Fayetteville Observer.
- Michael Futch, "Lumberton Undergoes Radio Changes," The Fayetteville Observer, January 11, 1998.
- Charles Broadwell, "High School Broadcasts to Have New Sound," The Fayetteville Observer, August 27, 1992.
- Jay Woodard, "Radio Stations' Sales Under Way," The Fayetteville Observer, August 25, 1993.
- Michael Futch, "Lumberton's WAGR to Be Sold," The Fayetteville Observer, April 18, 1998.
- TV station replaces its weather man," The Fayetteville Observer, October 18, 1998
- Query the FCC's AM station database for WAGR
- Radio-Locator Information on WAGR
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WAGR
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