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January 6, 2011 6:33 PM

Dick Pust for mayor? Support pours in for longtime KGY Radio broadcaster

A day after parting ways with KGY Radio, broadcaster Dick Pust was busy answering his phone Thursday, responding to community support after his 51-year career at the station abruptly ended.

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