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WTNR
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City of license Holland, Michigan
Broadcast area Grand Rapids, Michigan
Branding 94-5 The New Thunder Country
Frequency 94.5 MHz
Format Country
Power 50,000 watts
Class B
Callsign meaning Thunder 94.5
Former callsigns WKLQ (1/9/84-10/11/04)
WJBL-FM (?-1/9/84)
Owner Citadel Broadcasting
Sister stations WBBL, WHTS, WKLQ, WLAV-FM
Website http://www.thunder945.com/

WTNR (94.5 MHz, 94-5, The New Thunder Country), is a country radio station located in Holland, Michigan, owned by Citadel Broadcasting. It was established in October 2004, as a station that plays "New Country". It competes with B-93.

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Prior to the country music format, 94.5 was occupied by WKLQ, with a CHR and later hard-rock format. In October, 2004, WODJ, an oldies station, was replaced by WKLQ, at 107.3 FM, clearing the way for "Thunder" on 94.5 MHz.

Fall 2009 Arbitron Rating: #10 (3.3)

Airstaff

The current lineup (as of March 10, 2010) Starting off the day on the morning drive from 5:30am-10am its Scrubs In The Morning with Steve "Scrubs" Stewart, April Rose and Joe "Flounder" Piesz. During the mid-day from 10am-3pm its Kim St. James. On the ride home from 3pm-7pm its Rob Brandt. Wrapping up the day from 7pm-12am its Party Paul.

Weekend's/Fill-ins include Paul, Darlas Rai and Ellen Tailor. WTNR's program director is current morning host Steve "Scrubs" Stewart.

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