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1986 - Erie sells WJW to Booth Broadcasting of Detroit, which changes call letters to WRMR, and formats from news  and talk to adult "soft rock". The station also relocates to East 26th and St. clair, now known as One Radio Lane. 1/1/88 - WRMR adopts the "Music of Your Life" big band format which was abandoned the previous October by WBBG-  AM. (CPD) 1990 - Booth sells WRMR to the Independent Group Ltd., which also owns WDOK-FM 8/16/92 - Broadcasting legend Bill Randle returns to the airwaves with an afternoondrive show. 2000 - WRMR is sold to Salem Broadcasting.