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Local News of Local Interest: Dan Duprey, Longtime WLNG Announcer and Producer, Retires

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Dan Duprey, a longtime fixture at WLNG Radio in Sag  Harbor, best known for his daily news reports, has retired. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Dan Duprey, a longtime fixture at WLNG Radio in Sag Harbor, best known for his daily news reports, has retired. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jan 23, 2023
If you have ever tuned into WLNG any time over the past 20 years to hear a summary of the latest news, you’re probably familiar with the voice of Dan... more

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