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City Park Rapids, Minnesota
Branding Star Station
Frequency 97.5 MHz
First air date 1967
Format Adult Standards
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 194 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 16433
Owner De La Hunt Broadcasting
Sister stations KAKK, KKWB, KPRM, KQKK, KSKK, KXKK
Webcast Listen Live
Website kkradionetwork.com

KDKK (97.5 FM, "Star Station") is a radio station in Park Rapids, Minnesota. It broadcasts with 100,000 watts of effective radiated power. It is owned by De La Hunt Broadcasting, and has a locally produced adult standards/nostalgia music format. It also carries the simulcast of the "Coffee Talk" program, which originates at KPRM, and is also simulcasted on KAKK.

Hourly news updates are provided by the CBS Radio Network. Originally, it had NBC Radio news.

In 2006, owners Ed and Carol De La Hunt were inducted into the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame.[1]

Their Park Rapids properties include KDKK, KPRM 870 and KXKK 92.5. They also own KKWB-FM in Bemidji, KAKK and KQKK in Walker, and KSKK in Verndale.


  1. ^ "Ed & Carol De La Hunt: Inducted 2006". The Pavek Museum of Broadcasting. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 

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Coordinates: 46°55′52″N 95°00′29″W / 46.931°N 95.008°W / 46.931; -95.008