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City Ironwood, Michigan
Broadcast area [1] (Daytime)
[2] (Nighttime)
Branding US 59
Slogan "Real Country"
Frequency 590 kHz
First air date November 3, 1931
Format Classic Country, Talk
Power 5,000 watts (day)
1,000 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 57223
Affiliations Cumulus Media Real Country format
Owner J & J Broadcasting
Sister stations WIMI, WKMJ-FM, WMPL, WUPY
Website wjmsam.com

WJMS (590 AM, "US 59") is a radio station broadcasting a full-service format of classic country music and talk. Licensed to Ironwood, Michigan, it first began broadcasting November 3, 1931 with 100 W power. It was called "The Voice of the Iron Range."[1]


  1. ^ "Voice of Iron Range" (PDF). Broadcasting. February 15, 1932. Retrieved 1 October 2014. 


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Coordinates: 46°25′25″N 90°12′30″W / 46.42361°N 90.20833°W / 46.42361; -90.20833