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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

WRHC Show Highlights for this week 8/21 thru 8/28

Posted Aug 25, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

"Double Feature" - Sunday August 23 @9:00am and August 25@ 6:00pm - Hosts Joe and Emily Horak discuss "The Interview" (2014). Dave Skylark and producer Aaron Rapoport run the celebrity tabloid show "Skylark Tonight." When they land an interview with a surprise fan, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, they are recruited by the CIA to turn their trip to Pyongyang into an assassination mission.

"JEML Mixes" - Friday August 28 at 9:00pm and Tuesday September1 @ 8:00am. This weeks"little bit of everything"   starts with (6) six releases from 2014 and 2015.  JEML covers Rock with (5) five or (6) six primarily at the end of the program.  There are at least (4) four or (5) blues or folk blues tunes, pop is in there as is traditional, jazz, religious,and alternative for at least (3) three cuts.   Americana is represented as well as country and folk.  This is a real "little bit of everything".   Luminaries include, Neil Young, Neil Diamond, Dion, Union Pacific, Nat King Cole, The son Seals Blues Band, The Allman Brothers, the Eagles, Bad Company, The Heat and Santana.

"With Respect" - Sunday August 23 at 11:00am and Thursday August 27 at 10:00am.-John's guest this week is Sarah Hess. She is a lawyer from the Chicago area, raised in a family tradition of concern about helping the poor and disadvantaged. But parallel to that is her deep love for ballet. She was headed to a professional career until an injury put an end to her dancing career. She now uses her love for the precision and discipline of Balanchine style ballet to working with youths of all social and economic bring a drive for success and self-confidence to her students at Ballet Chicago.

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

Posted Aug 20, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

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

"Reach the Beach” has been a grassroots fundraising campaign initiated by Radio Harbor Country, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. All funds raised from the campaign are being 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.

We successfully raised the $34,250 for equipment and installation!!! The Pokagon Fund provided the final $10,000 towards this goal.  We welcome donations for the additional operational costs for this new station. Individuals may donate via paypal or credit card.  Just click below. All contributions are tax deductable.
Local businesses are invited to become Underwriters.  Email us at for more information.




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

Posted Jun 07, 2015 by Dave Repetto • Tags:

Radio Harbor Country wishes to thank all of the Food sponsors: Green Spirit Farms, Luisa's Cafe, Dark Matters Coffee and the Sawyer Garden Center. The weather was perfect and we had our largest group of riders.  Thank you all for your support.

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