Most often you see the Donald Wildmon’s religious noncom American Family Association on the buyer’s side of the trading table. But in the case of WWLO-FM in Lowell IN, his group will be the one cashing the check while somebody else takes over the station. The buyer is Northwest Indiana Public Broadcasting, headed by Thomas E. Carroll. According to Greg Guy of Patrick Communications, the price is $1.05M. Lowell is about 20 miles south of Gary IN, which is just east of Chicago.