Frequency used in early sixties by KWKC-FM. That station's antenna was at the studios of co-owned KWKC AM at 2500 Butternut. This station was a sister of KNTO in Wichita Falls, Texas. The FM was turned off in the late sixties, prior to a sale. An AM across town (KNIT 1280) asked to rent this site and buy the equipment, and filed for a new station which became KNIT-FM. KNIT AM/FM eventually became KEAN (KEAN had been used by current station KXYL in Brownwood). KWKC's next owner eventually filed for a new FM on 100.7 that became KORQ.