KEVA's studios and tower located outside of Evanston, Wyoming.
KEVA (1240 AM) is a radio station broadcasting from Evanston, Wyoming. Its signal can be heard as far away as Salt Lake City during the day time. KEVA has been on the air in southwestern Wyoming since 1953, and is one of the area's oldest radio stations. It offers local programming throughout the day as well, including news, classifieds, and weather. KEVA began broadcasting its signal in Motorola C-QUAMAM Stereo on August 12, 2002 and still does today.
KEVA's logo when it was a country station.
KEVA's tower and studio are located on Airport Road just outside of town.
KEVA ceased broadcasting July 2, 2014 due to failure of their transmitter. According to their Facebook page, the station is currently awaiting installation of a new transmitter and will be back on the air when it is installed.