WIMI

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WIMI
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City Ironwood, Michigan
Broadcast area [1]
Branding 99-7 The Storm
Slogan The Best Variety
Frequency 99.7 MHz
Translator(s) 102.3 W272AY (Park Falls)
First air date November 1974
Format Classic Rock
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 171 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 57226
Callsign meaning Ironwood, MIchigan
Owner J & J Broadcasting
Sister stations WJMS, WKMJ-FM, WMPL, WUPY
Website www.wimifm.com

WIMI (99.7 FM, "The Storm") is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Rock format. Licensed to Ironwood, Michigan, it first began broadcasting in 1974. Initially, the Station ran Drake-Chenault's "Hitparade" Format (later Contempo 300), using Drake programming well into the 80's, and eventually morphing into an Adult Hits format. In 2017, the station switched from a variety AC format to all classic rock. Local personalities include, Bill Swift, and Sam Erspamer.

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Coordinates: 46°25′26″N 90°14′53″W / 46.424°N 90.248°W / 46.424; -90.248