KTHE

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KTHE
City of license Thermopolis, Wyoming
Broadcast area Hot Springs County
Frequency 1240 kHz
Format Defunct (formerly Adult Standards/MOR)
Power 1,000 watts unlimited
Class C
Facility ID 33664
Transmitter coordinates 43°37′56″N 108°13′36″W / 43.63222°N 108.22667°W / 43.63222; -108.22667
Callsign meaning T H Ermopolis[1]
Affiliations Cumulus Media
Owner Jerry and Steve Edwards
(Edwards Communications, LC)
Sister stations KDNO, KWYW, KFCW
Former KTHE tower near Hot Springs State Park.

KTHE was an AM radio station licensed to Thermopolis, Wyoming and broadcasting at 1240 kHz. The station broadcast an adult standards format. The tower for KTHE was located near the mouth of Wind River Canyon. It was previously located just outside Hot Springs State Park next to its former studios. The studios were relocated to 420 Arapahoe Street in Thermopolis. The station's license was surrendered for cancellation to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on September 3, 2014, and the FCC cancelled the license on September 8, 2014, leaving no locally licensed AM stations in Thermopolis. Edwards Communications had originally planned to develop KTHE however it is unknown if those plans went through. [2]

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KTHE broadcast a 1,000 watt signal day and night. During the day, KTHE could be heard as far south as Lander, and as far east as Casper. KTHE could be received as far north as Greybull.

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