KDNO

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KDNO
City of license Thermopolis, Wyoming
Branding Country Legends 101.7
Frequency 101.7 MHz
First air date 2001
Format Classic Country
ERP 16,500 watts
HAAT 579.6 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 88672
Transmitter coordinates 43°26′18″N 107°59′37″W / 43.43833°N 107.99361°W / 43.43833; -107.99361Coordinates: 43°26′18″N 107°59′37″W / 43.43833°N 107.99361°W / 43.43833; -107.99361
Former callsigns KBIK (1999-1999)
Affiliations AP Radio
Owner Jerry and Steve Edwards
(Edwards Communications, LC)
Sister stations KTHE, KFCW, KWYW

KDNO (101.7 FM) is a classic country radio station in Thermopolis, Wyoming. The station is owned by Jerry and Steve Edwards, through licensee Edwards Communications, LC and features programing from AP Radio.[1] The majority owner of Edwards Communications, LC is also the owner of KFCW and KWYW. The call letters used to belong to what is now KDFO-FM in Delano, California from 1970-1997. KDNO covers most of Hot Springs County and reaches most of Fremont County and can be heard in Riverton and as far north as Worland.

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The station shares its antenna with KWYW on Copper Mountain.

History[edit]

The station was assigned the call letters KBIK on January 22, 1999. On September 9, 1999, the station changed its call sign to KDNO.[2]

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