In 1983, KNON opened in a ramshackle white house in Old East Dallas. Over the last 40 years, it’s overcome a tornado, a licensing challenge by First Baptist, and the ongoing need to raise money. But it’s still here, and its spirit hasn’t changed.
The show started during the Reagan administration but has never shifted its advocacy on behalf of working families.
The sports radio legend will broadcast his last show next Friday. It's the end of an era.
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