KXTA-FM

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KXTA-FM
KXTA laperrona99.1 logo.jpg
City Gooding, Idaho
Broadcast area Twin Falls/Sun Valley, Idaho
Branding 99.1 La Perrona
Slogan Puros Ladrazos!
Frequency 99.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 97.5 K248BZ (Kimberly, relays HD3)
First air date 1996 (as KMXM at 100.7)
Format Regional Mexican
HD3: Top 40/CHR "Club 97.5"
ERP 35,000 watts
HAAT 232 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 28128
Former callsigns KAKO (1995-1996)
KMXM (1996-2000)
KIJZ (2000-2002)
KHJR (2002-2003)
KISY (2003-2006)
KAYN (2006-2008)
KQLZ (2008)
KPDA (2008-2010)
KPDA-FM (2010-2013)
KINF (2013-2014)
KXTA (2014-2015)
Former frequencies 100.7 MHz (1996-2013)
Owner Kim & Jami Lee
(Lee Family Broadcasting, Inc.)
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live (HD3)
Website 991laperrona.com
club975.com (HD3)

KXTA-FM (99.1 FM) is a commercial radio station located in Gooding, Idaho, broadcasting to the Twin Falls/Sun Valley, Idaho area. KXTA-FM airs a Regional Mexican format. KXTA-FM is known as "99.1 La Perrona."

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Coordinates: 43°14′42″N 115°26′17″W / 43.2450°N 115.4380°W / 43.2450; -115.4380