Podcasts: Special Podcasts

Special Podcasts

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The Ray Lytle Show from Monday June 10 2013

Monday June 10 2013 and Ray is wondering if being one of the cheapest cities in America is a good…

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-7-13 Part 1

Marvin joins Ray and has the yard sale listings plus the States Attorney from Madison county will allow concealed carry

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-7-13 part 2

A caller wants to chop the state of Illinois in half and Undersherriff Jack Cambell visits

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-6-13

Ray talks to Dr Kemia Sarraf of GenH kids, Don Gwinn of Illinoiscarry.com and its Open Phone Thursday so you…

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-5-13

Todays show includes the debut of Ray Lytle’s Council Recap, a conversation with Alderman Sam Cahnman and Petersburg Mayor John…

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-4-13

The complete show from Tuesday June 4 2013. Menard county fire update, Class action lawsuit filed for state retirees, a…

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The Ray Lytle Show 6-3-13

The complete show from Monday June 3 1013 including the interview with Dave Leischner, the Menard County fire dist Trustee,…

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