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Ride to the Ridge Scooter Giveaway

 

Prestige Communications & Harvest Ridge Coffee have teamed 

up to bring you the chance to win a scooter!

Just click the pic for more information. 

 

Prestige Radio

Prestige Communications is a locally-owned group of 6 radio stations based in Macomb, Illinois. We're committed to bringing you a wide variety of programming to try to meet the diverse needs of listeners in Western and West Central Illinois and Southeastern Iowa. 

Our stations offer listeners the following formats: Alternative, Classic Rock, Hot Country, News/Talk, Oldies, and Top 40.

 

We're committed to providing quality local programming to Western Illinois with live/local shows, local news and local sports. 

 

We're proud to be a part of this great community and truly believe that radio advertising is an effective way for area businesses to grow and be successful even in this unstable economy. 

 

We hope you enjoy our websites and if there is anything we can do for you, please contact us at 309-833-2121, email us at: radio@prestigeradio.com or stop by the stations at 1034 West Jackson, Macomb, IL 61455. We're open 8-5 Monday through Friday. 

 

Thanks for stopping by!

What's New...

We've moved! Please pick-up prizes and/or conduct any other business with us at our new location at 1034 West Jackson (across from Hardee's) in Macomb. Our phone numbers and emails are all still the same. Thanks so much!


Prestige Updates

  • 2 killed in Quincy fire identified as man, son

    By The Associated Press

     

    Authorities have identified the two people who died in a Quincy house fire as a 25-year-old man and his infant son.

     

    Adams County Coroner James Keller tells the Quincy Herald-Whig that Daniel Disseler and 4-month-old Hunter John Steven Disseler died at a hospital after being pulled from their burning home early Wednesday.

     

    Investigators have said the blaze was caused by an overloaded electrical junction box in the home's attic.

     

    Quincy Fire Chief Joe Henning says rescuers managed to pull the child's mother from a basement window. But the man and 4-month-old boy became trapped on the home's main floor, where the fire was most intense.

     

    The woman was also taken to a hospital, but there was no immediate information on her condition.


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