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City Marshall, Minnesota
Branding Radio Fourteen KMHL
Slogan "The Voice of Southwest Minnesota"
Frequency 1400 AM (kHz)
Translator(s) 103.3 K277AI (Russell/Marshall)
First air date November 30th, 1946
Format Commercial; News/Talk/Classic Country
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Transmitter coordinates 44°26′59″N 95°45′43″W / 44.44972°N 95.76194°W / 44.44972; -95.76194Coordinates: 44°26′59″N 95°45′43″W / 44.44972°N 95.76194°W / 44.44972; -95.76194
Callsign meaning MHL=MarsHalL
Affiliations ABC News, Linder Farm Network, Fox Sports Radio (overnights), Minnesota Twins
Owner Linder Radio Group
(KMHL Broadcasting Company)
Sister stations KARL, KARZ, KKCK, KMHL, KNSG

KMHL (1400 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a full service News/Talk/Classic Country format serving Marshall, Minnesota. Since its inception, the station has been owned by Linder Radio Group.[1] The station first signed on the air on November 30, 1946. KMHL also rebroadcasts on FM translator K277AI 103.3 FM in Marshall (licensed to Russell).


Currently, Joyce & Heath are the station's morning voices. Joyce joins Heath from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM. Heath, along with Kim Roggatz, bring listeners the Tracy Show with the news and happenings from Tracy, Minnesota. Heath continues on to Noon. Anthony Rohlik brings the area local weather, news and funeral announcements to listeners from Noon to 12:30 PM when the Linder Farm Network takes over. Anthony continues from 1:00 to 7:00 PM. The evenings are filled with a variety of programming including Joe Soucheray's Garage Logic, Minnesota Twins Baseball, Minnesota Timberwolves Basketball, and Marshall Tiger high school sports. Fox Sports Radio fills the overnights. Weekends consist of a wide array of specialty programming, sports and classic country music.


KMHL broadcasts on the following FM translator:

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K277AI 103.3 Russell, Minnesota 250 D FCC


  1. ^ "KMHL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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