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93.3 FM, Gehring (Scottsbluff)

City of License: Gehring, NE

First Air Date: August, 1996

Operating Power: 7,000 watts

Original Call Letters: KOLT-FM

Format: Adult Contemporary

General Manager: Mike Tracy

Issued To: Tracy Broadcasting

Through the Years

  • 1996

    August, 1996-  Original call letters, KOLT FM at 103.9 MHz signs on with 7,000 watts at 102 feet, using the KOLT AM tower along NE-92 west of Scottsbluff.

  • 2001

    October, 2001-  Call letters are changed to KOZY.

  • 2007

    Frequency change to 93.3 allowing an upgrade to 100,000 watts at 1020 feet.  New tower site is Southwest of Scottsbluff, 8.4 miles from Gering, NE.

    August, 2007-Format change- trades Adult Contemporary with co-owned KMOR 101.3 Bridgeport’s Classic Rock.

    December, 2007-Tracy Broadcasting ( KOZY FM Gering, along with KMOR FM Bridgeport, KOLT AM Scottsbluff and KOAQ AM Terrytown) sells to Legacy Broadcasting for $1.775 million.  The new owners took over operation of the stations through a local marketing agreement and retained General Manager Julie Marshall.  Legacy, headed by congressional candidate and former Grand Island Mayor, Jay Vavricek, owns and/or operates four radio stations in the Grand Island/Kearny market and three stations in McCook, and holds construction permits for two stations in the North Platte/Ogallala market.

  • 2008

    KMOR call letters are traded from co-owned 101.3 FM Bridgeport, which takes the KOZY calls.

  • 2013

    May 3, 2013- Armada Media and Legacy Broadcasting trade some stations in Nebraska, with two stations in Holdrege going to Legacy (KUVR AM/KMTY FM) and eight others in the North Platte and Scottsbluff markets including KMOR 93.3 FM going to Armada.  The deal gives Armada a total of 37 stations in seven Midwest markets.

  • 2018

    Legacy Communications/Hometown Family Radio retakes day-to-day operations of KMOR and its five other stations in the Scottsbluff market plus two in the North Platte market after nearly five years of Armada Media running the stations.

  • 2020

    Nebraska Rural Radio Association closes a $1.75 million deal to buy seven stations from Alan Usher’s G.I. Family Radio, a subsidiary of Legacy Communications.  The deal includes KMOR 93.3.
    All stations are moved to  NRRA’s  studios at 1928 East Portals Place in Scottsbluff.