KHLS

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KHLS
KHLS Blytheville, Arkansas.jpg
City Blytheville, Arkansas
Broadcast area Blytheville, Arkansas
Dyersburg, Tennessee
Covington, Tennessee
Kennett, Missouri
Branding Thunder Country
Slogan Today's Best Country and The All-Time Country Legends
Frequency 96.3 MHz
First air date May 19, 1948
Format Country Music
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 132 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 63607
Transmitter coordinates 35°53′56″N 89°52′49″W / 35.89901°N 89.88019°W / 35.89901; -89.88019Coordinates: 35°53′56″N 89°52′49″W / 35.89901°N 89.88019°W / 35.89901; -89.88019
Callsign meaning K-Harold-Lee-Sudbury
Former callsigns KLCN-FM (1948-1973)
Former frequencies 96.1 mHz (1948-1985)
Owner Sudbury Services, Inc.
Sister stations KAMJ, KHPA, KLCN, KNBY, KOKR, KOSE, KQXF, KTPA_(AM), KXAR
Website http://www.thundercountry963.com

KHLS is a radio station airing a Country music format licensed to Blytheville, Arkansas, broadcasting on 96.3 MHz FM. The station serves the areas of Blytheville, Arkansas, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Covington, Tennessee, and Kennett, Missouri, and is owned by Sudbury Services, Inc.[1]

The home of Blytheville Chickasaw Football, the home of Arkansas Razorbacks Football.

References[edit]

  1. ^ KHLS fcc.gov. Retrieved November 17, 2012

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