For the remaining Cherry Creek Radio station KYYA-FM, it was announced on May 24, 2010 that the frequency of 93.3 FM would be operated by Elenbaas Media Inc, while Elenbaas's 730 AM frequency would be operated by Connoisseur Media.
In February 2013, KBLG signed a multi-year agreement with Grizzly Sports Properties to broadcast all University of Montana football and men’s basketball games to Billings listeners. 
KBLG previously aired a local morning News Program Titled "The Montana Morning Report" featuring many local radio personalities over the years including Michael Lyon (Runge), Former KBLG News Director, who left the news radio industry in 2009. Who later died in late 2009 after a distinguished radio career covering local news for over 15 years for KBLG radio. Other radio personalities on KBLG AM 910 included: Lee Stevens (Williams) now the Marketing & Sales Manager for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Liz Adams and Ken Adelblue.
KBLG later eliminated local radio news in 2010 and now airs a sports talk format with no local programming or personalities on its on air staff.
Originally 910 AM began broadcasting in the 1950s in the Billings radio market during which the station went by the call letters KOYN-AM and for many years had a country music format.