Mike Andra and his wife, Tina, are ranchers who are opening the Wichita Union Stockyards later this year and also getting into the radio business in a bigger way by buying out their KWLS, 107.9-FM, partner, Larry Steckline.
Mike Andra and his wife, Tina, are ranchers who are opening the Wichita Union Stockyards later this year and also getting into the radio business in a bigger way by buying out their KWLS, 107.9-FM, partner, Larry Steckline. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Mike Andra and his wife, Tina, are ranchers who are opening the Wichita Union Stockyards later this year and also getting into the radio business in a bigger way by buying out their KWLS, 107.9-FM, partner, Larry Steckline. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
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