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Category removal 
I really have no idea why the United States radio navigational boxes category keeps being removed from this page. Meanwhile, the Arbitron market navigational boxes category remains. I have the US boxes page on my watchlist, as it helps me to keep track of them all. Why are you people removing this one in particular from it? If anything, the Arbitron category should probably be merged. Why not work on that? --Fightingirish 15:23, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
- Arbitron market navigational boxes is a sub category of United States radio navigational boxes, there is no need to include a parent category.--Rtphokie 15:29, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
- Why do we need all these subcategories anyway? I think it will lead to confusion.--Fightingirish 16:52, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
- My understanding is that it's to provide better organization by seperating the arbitron markets from the other markets. This is a question that would be better asked here: Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Radio_Stations--Rtphokie 17:52, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
MPR translators to be added soon 
Minnesota Public Radio recently filed an application to purchase 11 translators from Horizon Christian Broadcasting.  The stations that will be rebroadcast can be found here.
When these translators go online with MPR programming, they will be added to the template. Here are the two in this area:
Mankato, MN K237EX 95.3
St. Peter, MN K230AR 93.9
They will rebroadcast KCMP, aka The Current.--Fightingirish (talk) 16:19, 6 July 2008 (UTC)