103.1FM, Auburn (Nebraska City)
First Air Date: September 18, 1981
Operating Power: 3,000 watts
Original Call Letters: KAUB
Format: MOR, C&W
General Manager: Rich Stites
Issued To: Midway Broadcasters
Through the Years
September 18, 1981- KAUB signs on at 105.5 FM, with 3,000 watts at 154 feet. Rich Stites is General Manager. Format- MOR, Country & Western, with 8 hours of Farm weekly.
Station locates to 1719 Courthouse Avenue.
March 1, 1986- Midway Broadcasters sells KAUB to PBK Communications ( Larry J. Patrick, President, Jime Kamerzell, A. James Moravek). Format adjusts to Country. David Bryson is the General Manager.
November 20, 1991- PBK Communications sells KAUB to Coe-Coe Broadcasting (Judy Coe, Ernest Coe) for $25,000. Judy Coe is President/General Manager. Call letters change from KAUB to KCOE.
Sunrise Broadcasting (Joerge Klebe) buys KCOE 105.5 Auburn for $67,500 with the intentions of teaming it up with nearby KNCY AM, Nebraska City, so that KNCY AM would not be a stand-alone AM. Call letters are changed to KNCY FM. Klebe had earlier seriously considered silencing KNCY AM 1600. Myron Hahn is the General Manager, who had served as Sales Manager previously under General Manager David Messing.