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City Boonville, Missouri
Broadcast area Columbia, Missouri
Branding Clear 99
Slogan "Today's Best Country"
Frequency 99.3 MHz
Format Country music
ERP 33,000 watts
HAAT 180.0 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 6014
Transmitter coordinates 38°46′34.00″N 92°32′45.00″W / 38.7761111°N 92.5458333°W / 38.7761111; -92.5458333
Callsign meaning "CLeaR"
Owner Zimmer Radio of Mid-Missouri, Inc.
Website clear99.com

KCLR-FM (99.3 FM), branded as Clear 99, is a radio station broadcasting a country music format. Licensed to Boonville, Missouri, the station serves the Columbia, Missouri area. The station is currently owned by the Zimmer Radio Group of Mid-Missouri.[1] Clear 99 has consistently ranked a strong number-one in the ratings for many years.

On Air Schedule[edit]

5:30am - 10:00am: Scotty and Cara in the Morning

10am - 2pm: Afternoons with Josh Ryan

2pm - 7pm: Aric In The Afternoon

7:00pm-12:00am Clear Country Nights With Catryna

12:00am-5:00am - CMT AfterMidnight With Cody Alan

Scotty in the Morning[edit]

Fun and entertaining with a family feel - join Mid Missouri's top morning show every weekday starting at 5:30a. The Country Feed happens at 6:35a, Carl Edwards joins them during the race season on Tuesdays at 8:50a and a Clear Country Critter from the Central Missouri Humane Society is featured every Wednesday!

Afternoons with Josh Ryan[edit]

Josh gets you through your workday with the Daily Trend and tons of humor.

Hot Drive At Five[edit]

Aric Bremer gets you home each weekday starting at 2pm. He also counts down the Top 5 songs in Clear Country at 5pm.

Clear Country Nights[edit]

Spend your evenings with Catryna on Today's Best Country Clear 99.


The official slogan as reported by Zimmer Radio is "Today's Best Country"; however, in an attempt to differentiate from other country music stations, DJs frequently combine the official slogan with one of the secondary slogans:

  • "Today's Best New Country" (promising to play new music on the radio)
  • "Home of the 50-minute Music Hour" (promising to play 50 minutes of music within the hour)


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