West Michigan: Newsmakers August 3, 2010

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Muskegon Chronicle:

For more than 20 years, it sat dormant -- an empty storefront whose significance as a community voice was barely a whispered memory. But 1877 Peck is back, this time with a name. And the whisper is now a roar. Friends, neighbors, dignitaries, well wishers and listeners, more than 100 strong, crowded around the building's front door Monday to witness and applaud the building's reopening as the Mayes and Wright Media Center, the new home and source of WUVS, 103.7 The Beat, an urban contemporary format radio station that sends out more than just music across Muskegon County. For the first time in its eight-year history, the station owns its own home. The building has historical significance. Nearly three decades ago, it housed the now-defunct WQWQ... Mayes and Wright Media Center opens in Muskegon Heights (Mon, 8/2)

 

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