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Welcome to WRHC-LP 106.7fm

This is Radio Harbor Country's web home. You can tune us in at 106.7 MHz on your FM dial or choose “Listen Live” from this website. WRHC 106.7 LPFM is Southwest Michigan’s innovative, invigorating community radio station. Based in Three Oaks, MI, WRHC provides original arts and education, with a mix of music so diverse - you never know what you’ll hear next. Our “area-friendly” talk programming and local outreach reflect our commitment to the Harbor Country area. WRHC is a fully underwritten volunteer organization and receives zero dollars from commercial advertising. We have no religious or political affiliations. WRHC is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3). and is licensed to Harbor Arts of Three Oaks

Station Location: 505 W. Locust St.  Three Oaks, MI

Mailing Address: PO Box 101,  Three Oaks, MI 49128

Station Phone: (269) 756-9742

Recent News

Bike-n-Brunch Benefit - Saturday June 6, 2015

Posted May 27, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

Radio Harbor Country is sponsoring a Bike and Brunch ride on Saturday, June 6. 2015 Riders can choose 15, 30 or 45 mile routes through Harbor County's most beautiful scenery. At the end of the ride, enjoy a delicious brunch of local farm to table food at the country home of a local artist. Food will be provided by Green Spirit Farms, Luisa's Cafe, Dark Matters Coffee and the Sawyer Garden Center. This boutique ride will be limited to 100 riders. Cost is $50 per adult and $30 children under 12. All proceeds go the support WRHC community radio. Help us continue to be your local source of community information, as well as our “Reach the Beach” expansion to Chikaming, Lake Charter and Weesaw Townships to make the Harbor Country Radio Network a reality. Go to "Event Details" to download an application for mail-in registration, or register on-line by indicating the number of riders below.

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Harbor Country Radio Network -- "Reach the Beach" Fundraising Campaign

Posted May 27, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

This year Radio Harbor Country was granted a new LPFM permit to transmit from Sawyer, MI. By September 2015 this 100 watt facility will increase coverage of most WRHC programming under the call sign WRHZ-LP 93.5 FM.

"Reach the Beach”is a grassroots fundraising campaign initiated by Radio Harbor Country, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. All funds raised from the campaign will be used for the one-time costs of putting our LPFM construction permit into action and expanding Radio Harbor Country transmissions to Chikaming Township, New Troy, sections of Weesaw Township, Bridgman and the Southern sections of Lake Charter Township. The permit expires in September 2015 and the opportunity to provide on-air community radio to these locations goes away!

Equipment and installation are projected to cost $35,000. The Pokagon Fund has committed the final $10,000 towards this goal.  We are now at $13,497with $11,503 remaining to be raised in the Campaign!!! Individuals may donate via paypal or credit card.  Just click below. All contributions are tax deductable.
Local businesses are invited to become Capital Contributors.  Email us at for more information.




WRHC Show Highlights for this week 5/29 thru 6/7

Posted May 27, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

"With Respect" - 11:00am Sunday May 24 and 10:00am Thursday May 28-  John's guest this week is a second visit with Anna Clark, urban pioneer and a leader of artists and writers who are coming to live in Detroit to be part of its reinvention. They discuss the problems and possibilities of urban centers, and especially the new book of which she is the editor: A Detroit Anthology, a compilation of 50 + writers, poets and photographers that speak to Detroit past, present and future.

"It's Elementary" - Monday May 25 at 7:30am and 4:00pm - It's the final show for the season.  Jaren, Katie and Livy read animal reports from Mrs. Mcdounugh's class.

JEML Mixes - Friday May 29 at 9:00pm and Tuesday June 2 @ 8:00am. Jim Lastovich's "best of my 7th year".
The roll starts with a little zydeco before I move to country and folk music.   I'll bring the bluegrass and a coal mining song from a while back.   I visit western swing then go back in time a bit with the fabulous Lucinda Williams before we visit classic (80's) country.   The second half has some new country and folk before I hit the blues which carry's us till the end of the program.   There are several very good cover songs that approach being better than the original releases.

"Upcoming iRock Jazz Festival" -  Tune in "Deliciously Absurd Radio Theater" 10:00am Saturday May 30 to hear Gail Isaacson interview iRock Jazz creator, John Moultrie.  Features include pieces from scheduled performers..

Double Feature" - 9:30am Sunday May 31 and 6:00pm Tuesday June 2- Host Joe and Emily Horak discuss "The Ides  of March" (2011) An idealistic staffer for a new presidential candidate gets a crash course on dirty politics during his stint on the campaign trail.






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