KBBS

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KBBS
KBBS logo.png
City of license Buffalo, Wyoming
Broadcast area North Central Wyoming
Slogan "Classic Hit Country"
Frequency 1450 kHz
First air date 1956
Format Classic Country
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 32988
Transmitter coordinates 44°20′33″N 106°40′54″W / 44.34250°N 106.68167°W / 44.34250; -106.68167Coordinates: 44°20′33″N 106°40′54″W / 44.34250°N 106.68167°W / 44.34250; -106.68167
Affiliations Citadel Media
Owner Legend Communications of Wyoming, Inc.
(Big Horn Mountain Radio Network)
Sister stations KLGT, KZZS, KHRW
Webcast Listen live (Only active during local sports)
Website Official website
The tower for KBBS, east of Buffalo on Stockyard Road

KBBS (1450 AM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Buffalo, Wyoming. The station carries a classic country format, primarily originating from Cumulus Media. The station is currently owned by Big Horn Mountain Radio Network, a division of Legend Communications of Wyoming, LLC.

The station's 1,000 watt signal covers most of north central Wyoming, and can be received in Gillette when conditions are favorable.[1]

KBBS also broadcasts local high school sports and University of Wyoming athletics programming. KBBS is located in the same facility as KLGT, and KZZS, at 1221 Fort Street, in Buffalo. The KBBS transmitter site is just south of Buffalo, on Stockyard Road.

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