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92.9 FM, Scottsbluff

City of License: Scottsbluff, NE

First Air Date: September 4, 1978

Operating Power: 100,000 watts

Original Call Letters: KMOR

Format: MOR/Top 40

General Manager: Mike Tracy

Issued To: Tracy Corporation


Mike Tracy

Through the Years

  • 1978

    September 4, 1978-  Station sign on with 100,000 watts, antenna height at 1020 feet.  Studios at 2002 Char Avenue, transmitter located nine miles west of Scottsbluff at a remote site described as northeast of Roubadeau Pass.

    Format:  MOR/Top 40.

  • 1980

    Dual city legal ID authorized as KMOR, Scottsbluff-Gering.

  • 1982

    Farm information is increased to the format.

  • 2002

    Format flip to Classic Rock.

  • 2004

    KMOR files to change its community of license to Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming.  Downgrading from a Class C1 (100 kw) to a C2(50 kw).

  • 2007

    Becomes KOLT FM (swaps calls with 101.3FM) and moves Community of License to Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, near Cheyenne.   Begins simulcasting Spanish format of KGRE 1450 AM, Greeley, Colorado.  New transmitter site is nine miles west of Cheyenne just south of I-80 near Saddleback Mountain.  Power is 33,000 watts at 66 feet.

  • 2014

    Foreclosure.  Tracy Broadcasting Company (Joli Lofstedt, appellee) defaults on a loan.  Station is taken over by Valley Bank and Trust.

  • 2016

    January, 2016-Valley Bank and Trusts sells to iHeart Media for $500,000.  Call letters are changed to KYWY.  Format: Hot Adult Contemporary, 92.9 The Boss is flipped to Adult Contemporary Star 92.9 in March.  (KOLT FM calls are moved to co-owned 100.7, x-KOLZ.)

  • 2017

    Call letters are changed to KPAW as iHeart moves its call letters programming from KPAW 107.9 Denver, The Rock of Colorado to the now-former KYWY  (The calls KBPI were parked on 92.9 for one week prior by iHeart.)