(LANCASTER, OH) - Mark, Arlene and Kalli Bohach – operators of full-service, locally owned and operated radio stations serving Fairfield, Hocking, Perry, and Pickaway Counties – recently entered into an agreement to purchase radio stations WLGN (1510 AM- 103.3 FM) and WKNA (98.3 FM) in Logan, Ohio from Mr. Edward Baker of Blacksburg, Virginia.
Located in the Logan Industrial Park, the WLGN stations have been a fixture in the Logan and Hocking County communities with a tremendous record of service for over 50 years.
“The addition of these stations to our current station family will greatly enhance our ability to serve our communities,” said Mark Bohach, Co-Owner and Operations Manager of the local, family owned business. “Our focus has always been local and we are thrilled that WLGN and WKNA will continue to be a strong advocate for our local communities.”
Bohach noted that Logan Chieftain Sports will continue to be a priority under the new ownership. “We love high school sports and we understand the importance of our role in bringing those games to the listening audience,” Bohach added.
The sale and transfer of the radio station licenses is subject to approval by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Transfer applications have been filed and it is expected that the approval process will take 60 to 90 days.
WLOH- Wolf Country Radio recently celebrated the 75th anniversary of it's original frequency, 1320 AM. WLOH signed-on in Lancaster on October 9th, 1948. Mark and Arlene Bohach purchased the original AM station in 2005. Since then, they have added 104.5 FM in Lancaster in 2010; 99.3 FM in Logan in 2011; 102.9 FM in New Lexington in 2018; and 101.9 FM in Circleville in 2022.