Podcasts: Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

Ray Lytle Show Podcasts

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The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday April 9 2014

The Council Recap and MORE

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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday April 8 2014

The School board meeting brings out some frightened people and MORE

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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday March 27 2014

The state of Illinois is hell bent on raising taxes, a crazy law is proposed in Mass. and Throw it…

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The Ray Lytle Show Wednesday March 26 2014

People make crazy comments about the acing supt. of District 186 over the Grant Middle school workbook, council recap ,…

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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday March 25 2014

Rays take on the infamous 2nd amendment work book gets unlikely support, Fighters from the USA KNIGHTS armored combat league…

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The Ray Lytle Show Monday March 24 2014

A lytle and latessa list, a new game “guess which story didnt happen in Florida”, Ward 6 Alderman Cory Jobe…

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The Ray Lytle Show Friday March 21 2014

This is the episode that features the TOURNAMENT OF SPRINGFIELD for 2014. There is MUCH MORE but the tourney is…

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