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For the wooden block toy, see KEVA Planks.
City Evanston, Wyoming
Broadcast area Far southwestern Wyoming
Branding 1240 KEVA
Frequency 1240 kHz
First air date 1953
Last air date July 2, 2014
Format Silent
Power 880 watts (unlimited hours)
Class C
Facility ID 20028
Transmitter coordinates 41°15′29″N 111°0′51″W / 41.25806°N 111.01417°W / 41.25806; -111.01417Coordinates: 41°15′29″N 111°0′51″W / 41.25806°N 111.01417°W / 41.25806; -111.01417
Callsign meaning EVAnston[1]
Owner Sagebrush Broadcasting Company, Inc.
KEVA's studios and tower located outside of Evanston, Wyoming.

KEVA (1240 AM) was a radio station broadcasting from Evanston, Wyoming. KEVA had been on the air in southwestern Wyoming since 1953, and is one of the area's oldest radio stations. It offered local programming throughout the day as well, including news, classifieds, and weather.

KEVA's logo when it was a country station.

KEVA's tower and studio are located on Airport Road just outside town.

KEVA ceased broadcasting July 2, 2014 due to failure of their transmitter. Attempts to repair it were unsuccessful. Attempts to find a new owner and money for a new transmitter were also unsuccessful. It was taken off the air. The station's Facebook page is no longer there.


  1. ^ "Call Letter Origins". Radio History on the Web. 

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