There goes the last DJ |

There goes the last DJ

Dear Editor:

Have we lost our “last DJ,” as Tom Petty might say?

I can just envision the meeting of the minds who decided to terminate Steve Skinner as host of KSPN’s morning show. Ah, let’s see … he is informative, funny, energetic, creative; he knows his music and the listeners like him – let’s sack him!

I, for one, will not be listening to KSPN anymore, morning, noon or night. Hopefully, Steve will show up on another radio station, one with a bit more vision and creative appreciation.

Keep up the good work, Steve.

Karon Lundy


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