WLHC (103.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Standards/MOR format. Licensed to Robbins, North Carolina, USA. The station is currently owned by Woolstone Corporation.
In addition, WLHC also broadcasts two locally-produced bluegrass shows (The Hometown Festival and Bluegrass Saturday Night,) a syndicated bluegrass show (Into the Blue) and a syndicated Americana show (The Folksampler.) Sunday morning, listeners will hear inspirational music from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m.
In the past, it has featured programming from Citadel's Timeless radio network until it ceased operations in February 2010. As of right now, the Oldies/Standards format is provided locally.
WLHC Life 103.1 won the 2013 Radio Station of the Year Award (Non-Metro) by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters at their meeting in Greensboro in June 2013. President Alan Button gave high praise to his employees for a job well done, including Steve Koranda, who died from cancer in July of 2012. "The Koranda Standard" is a phrase used at the station to honor Steve's work quality and integrity.