Supervisor Stamper Responds to the Format Changes at 1290 WMCS-AM Talk Radio
Station was an invaluable asset to Milwaukee
“A light has been turned out in the community. For more than 20 years, 1290 WMCS has been an invaluable asset to Milwaukee by providing a platform for the voice of intellect. Talk radio has been a source of enlightenment for its many listeners and promotes political awareness and community development.
“I am saddened to hear that 1290 WMCS, as we know it has made a business decision to change its format. Since its inception, I have enjoyed tuning into 1290 WMCS to hear quality conversation about local and national issues affecting our community. As a child, I remember accompanying my mother, the late Dr. Virginia Grant-Stamper, in the radio station as she hosted her spiritual enlightenment show.
“We have lost a valuable resource; however, it’s imperative that the dialog continues in our communities. We must maintain and financially support our local avenues of communication. I am going to truly miss 1290 WMCS and I want to thank their staff for their many years of positive service to the community.”
Press Releases Referencing Russell Stamper, II
May 25th, 2016 by Russell Stamper, II
The measure includes significant changes to the city’s workforce development and economic participation initiatives.
Oct 23rd, 2015 by Russell Stamper, II
Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II, invites residents to attend one of two separate town hall meetings next week.
May 22nd, 2015 by Russell Stamper, II
Statement from Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II May 22, 2015
Apr 27th, 2015 by Russell Stamper, II
Siefert Elementary School’s Second Annual Walk-A-Thon will take place tomorrow (Tuesday, April 28, 2015) from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Apr 24th, 2015 by Russell Stamper, II
Applications are being accepted until the close of business on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
Apr 21st, 2015 by Russell Stamper, II
Center Street Marketplace BID 39’s purpose is to improve the negative perceptions of crime and safety between the boundaries of 34th and 58th Streets on W. Center St.