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|City of license||Jacksboro, Texas|
|Broadcast area||Stephenville/Granbury/Fort Worth|
|Branding||95.9 The Ranch|
|Slogan||The Sound of Texas|
|First air date||1970 as KMWT|
|Callsign meaning||Fort Worth Radio|
|Former callsigns||KMWT (1970-1981)
|Owner||LKCM Radio Group|
|Sister stations||KRVF, KTFW|
The station first started out as KMWT in 1970, with an unknown format. In 1981, the call letters were changed to KYXS as a country music station. In 2002, the station made its permanent switch to KFWR, bringing listeners a country radio station with a blend of Texas country, current country hits, and country classics. On May 1, 2008, the station dropped most of the current country hits in favor of "totally 100% TEXAS country music."
KFWR focuses on the area west of the Tarrant-Dallas county line calling it the Westoplex as opposed to the entire area's nickname of Metroplex.
95.9 The Ranch also brings its listeners a free concert series featuring artists in Texas for 25 weeks every summer in downtown Fort Worth.
On February 21, 2013, KFWR upgraded its signal from 80kW at 329 metres to 100kW at 425 metres and moved the city of licence to Jacksboro. This upgrade has caused better signal penetration in Fort Worth and Denton.  
- The Ranch official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KFWR
- Radio-Locator information on KFWR
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KFWR
- DFW Radio/TV History
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