WRUS

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WRUS
WRUS station logo.jpg
City Russellville, Kentucky
Broadcast area Bowling Green
Hopkinsville
Frequency 610 kHz
Format Full service
Power 1,800 watts (day)
59 watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 73971
Owner Logan Radio Incorporated
Website www.wrusam.com

WRUS (610 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve the community of Russellville, Kentucky. WRUS signed on in August 1953, originally at 800 kilohertz, but soon changed to 610 kHz where it still operates today. WRUS operates at a daytime power of 1800 watts and 59 watts at night per FCC authorization. WRUS is owned by Logan Radio Inc.

Programming[edit]

The station features morning show host Don Neagle, a member of the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame. Don began his career at WRUS on September 1, 1958. Midday host is Mack Mallory, who began there April 1, 1983. Afternoon host is currently Myla Porter. WRUS airs a full service format with news, classic country, and oldies music throughout the day. WRUS also broadcasts many of the football and basketball games of Russellville High School and Logan County High School.

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Coordinates: 36°50′40″N 86°55′21″W / 36.84444°N 86.92250°W / 36.84444; -86.92250