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Postby tom in maryland(60loboy) » Sun Feb 09, 2003 2:58 pm

i get lancaster farming newspaper each week.nice article on thier tractor convention(red power) some history of IH in article.can read at dub dub dub lancaster farming .com also always plenty of classified ads for just about anything&plenty of tractors tom
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Postby Catfish » Mon Feb 10, 2003 6:24 pm

Tom, You're right about lancasterfarming.com classifieds, you can find just about anything for sale on there!
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Lancaster Farming Newspaper

Postby 'Country' Elliott » Tue Feb 11, 2003 7:11 am

When I used to live up in Nortwestern New Jersey, and worked for a radio station in Eastern, PA I used to get the Lancaster Farming Journal. GREAT paper...now, I'm very happy to find it on line...THANKS guys :D
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Re: Lancaster Farming Newspaper

Postby johnbron » Tue Feb 11, 2003 7:52 am

'Country' Elliott wrote:When I used to live up in Nortwestern New Jersey, and worked for a radio station in Eastern, PA I used to get the Lancaster Farming Journal. GREAT paper...now, I'm very happy to find it on line...THANKS guys :D
Hey Country, I dont watch TV so I am a big fan of radio which is on 24 hours a day. Most radio personalities move around a lot during their careers. The guy that took over a local station here a couple years ago has been in radio most of his 60+ year life and came from Tennessee (Ray Roberts?). His Accent really stands out in this neck of the woods.__ Out of curiosity I was wondering how many states you have had to relocate to during your radio career if thats not too personal a question.

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