Smokey Silver,
succumbs at 83
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KTRB Covers whistle stop
by Gen. MacArthur
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The Aroma from
Manteca.
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Museum booth at the
Modesto Nuts game
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Radio Stations in Modesto  1950's-80's

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On June 18, 1933 KTRB  AM,  740 kHz,  became the first commercial broadcast station on the air in Modesto and Stanislaus County.  The station letter changed frequencies to 860 kHz.  Twenty additional stations join them by 2006.

Burge's Drive-In 1950s.  - KMOD DJ Dwight Case broadcasting live from  Burge's Drive-In.
(Photos courtesy of Steve and Linda Pedego and Bart Bartoni with permission to reprint from MView Magazine.)
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