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April 1982
0900 - Town Crier (Midday), Jim Santella (PM Drive), Dale Anderson (Weekends)

1986
Bill Turrow (Evening)

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1986
Tom Tiberi (PM Drive), Jim Magee, Tony Magoo, J.P. WUWU became WBYR on June 1.

1987
John Allen, Tony Magoo, Charlie Sykes, Hank Ball

1988
Jim Magee, Tony Magoo, Mario Russo, Charlie Sykes

WBMW

1988
WBYR became WBMW. Tom Newman

1989
Susan Cassell

WEZQ

1990-1992
WBMW became WEZQ in August. Dan Lenard, Ken Ruof, Mark Phillips, Don David, Jim McCormick, David Boddington, Tim White, Dave Prescott, Tim Evans, Marguerite Nelson (for a brief time), Bernie Sadler (Big Band), Joe Rico (Jazz), Sharon Nicolas and Dan Kelley (who replaced Dan Lenard as the morning man and Operations Manager).

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1992
WEZQ became WNUC in August.

1995

Buddy Shula joins from WVOR Rochester.

1996
0600 - Tom Donahue
0900 - Buddy Shula
0200 - Sharon Nicholas
0700 - Ricky Jay (to 1)
Others - Sharon Steele

1997
0600 - Tom Donahue
0900 - Buddy Shula
0200 - Sharon Nicholas
0700 - Ricky Jay (to 1)
Others - Sharon Steele

1998
0600 - Sharon Nicholas
1000 - Chris Atkins
0200 - Buddy Shula
0700 - Ricky Jay (to 12)
Others - Chritopher Kent, John D'Angelo (Traffic)
Notes - Tom Donahue (AM Drive & PD) left in January (eventually showing up at WHTT). Nicholas moved to AM Drive from PM Drive in February.

1999
0600 - Sharon Nicholas
1000 - Ricky Jay
0200 - Chris Atkins
0600 - Chris Kent (to 12)
Weekends - Jim Manne, Jessica Taylor
Notes - Buddy Shula (PM Drive) left for WMJQ on May 28.

2000
0600 - Sharon Nicholas
1000 - Ricky Jay
0200 - Chris Atkins
0600 - Chris Kent (to 12)
Notes - In late March, WNUC repositioned itself, becoming “High Caliber Country, 107-7 The Bullet”.  

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October 2, 2000
0545 - Tom Campbell
0900 - Tony Bruno 
1200 - Art Wander
0200 - Mike Schopp 
0700 - David Miller (to 12)
Overnights & Weekends - mostly from Fox Sports Radio
Notes - Howard Simon joins for AM Drive in December.

Notes
Art Wander retired March 28, 2002

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