KKLS (920 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Rapid City, South Dakota. The station is owned by HomeSlice Media Group. It was a Top 40 station during the 1970s. The station was assigned the KKLS call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. KKLS also previously broadcast on translator K248BT, on 97.5 FM. On September 10, 2010 KKLS dropped the True Oldies Channel, and began using the moniker "97.5 - The Hills", playing a mix of songs from the 1970s to the 2000s. While the FM frequency is now given the focus, the AM parent carries the same broadcast.

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  • KKLS (920 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Rapid City, South Dakota. The station is owned by HomeSlice Media Group. It was a Top 40 station during the 1970s. The station was assigned the KKLS call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. KKLS also previously broadcast on translator K248BT, on 97.5 FM. On September 10, 2010 KKLS dropped the True Oldies Channel, and began using the moniker "97.5 - The Hills", playing a mix of songs from the 1970s to the 2000s. While the FM frequency is now given the focus, the AM parent carries the same broadcast. As of January 1, 2015 KKLS changed their format to classic hits, branded as "Smash Hits KKLS", switching translators to K284BA 104.7 FM Rapid City. As of March 1, 2018 KKLS changed their format to News/Talk, branded as "News. Talk. Radio". On January 13, 2020 KKLS dropped its news/talk format and began stunting towards a new format to launch on January 21, 2020, the stunting consisting of a loop of "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus, and cryptic liners consisting of recitations of country music song lyrics, implying the new format will likely be classic country as a flanker for KOUT and KBHB. On January 21, 2020 KKLS ended stunting and launched a classic country format, branded as "The Cowboy". (en)
  • KKLS (920 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Rapid City, South Dakota. The station is owned by HomeSlice Media Group. It was a Top 40 station during the 1970s. The station was assigned the KKLS call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. KKLS also previously broadcast on translator K248BT, on 97.5 FM. On September 10, 2010 KKLS dropped the True Oldies Channel, and began using the moniker "97.5 - The Hills", playing a mix of songs from the 1970s to the 2000s. While the FM frequency was now given the focus, the AM parent carried the same broadcast. As of January 1, 2015 KKLS changed their format to classic hits, branded as "Smash Hits KKLS", switching translators to K284BA 104.7 FM Rapid City. As of March 1, 2018 KKLS changed their format to News/Talk, branded as "News. Talk. Radio". On January 13, 2020 KKLS dropped its news/talk format and began stunting towards a new format to launch on January 21, 2020, the stunting consisting of a loop of "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus, and cryptic liners consisting of recitations of country music song lyrics, implying the new format will likely be classic country as a flanker for KOUT and KBHB. On January 21, 2020 KKLS ended stunting and launched a classic country format, branded as "The Cowboy". (en)
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  • KKLS (920 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Rapid City, South Dakota. The station is owned by HomeSlice Media Group. It was a Top 40 station during the 1970s. The station was assigned the KKLS call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. KKLS also previously broadcast on translator K248BT, on 97.5 FM. On September 10, 2010 KKLS dropped the True Oldies Channel, and began using the moniker "97.5 - The Hills", playing a mix of songs from the 1970s to the 2000s. While the FM frequency is now given the focus, the AM parent carries the same broadcast. (en)
  • KKLS (920 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Rapid City, South Dakota. The station is owned by HomeSlice Media Group. It was a Top 40 station during the 1970s. The station was assigned the KKLS call letters by the Federal Communications Commission. KKLS also previously broadcast on translator K248BT, on 97.5 FM. On September 10, 2010 KKLS dropped the True Oldies Channel, and began using the moniker "97.5 - The Hills", playing a mix of songs from the 1970s to the 2000s. While the FM frequency was now given the focus, the AM parent carried the same broadcast. (en)
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