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City Salina, Kansas
Broadcast area Salina-Manhattan
Branding 99KG
Slogan Number 1 For New Country
Frequency 99.9 MHz
Format Country
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 174.0 meters (570.9 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 58645
Transmitter coordinates 38°47′36.00″N 97°31′33.00″W / 38.7933333°N 97.5258333°W / 38.7933333; -97.5258333Coordinates: 38°47′36.00″N 97°31′33.00″W / 38.7933333°N 97.5258333°W / 38.7933333; -97.5258333
Former callsigns KAFM
Owner Eagle Communications, Inc.
Sister stations KINA, KJCK-FM
Website 999kskg.com

KSKG (99.9 FM, "99KG") is a radio station broadcasting a country music format.[1] Licensed to Salina, Kansas, United States, the station serves the Salina-Manhattan area. The station is currently owned by Eagle Communications, Inc.[2]

The first FM station in the Salina market, KSKG went on the air in 1961 using the call letters KAFM (Keeping Alive Fine Music). The original owner was Wayne Pollard dba Salina F-M, Inc. Pollard built the first studios on the top floor of the United Building in downtown Salina and would broadcast a full service format with 3.6 KW of power. The station became KSKG in 1970 and switched to a Top 40 format. During this time, the station adopted the nickname "99KG".[3]

In 1996, the station switched to a country format and was re-branded "Eagle Country 99.9". The very first song that was played when the format was flipped from Top 40 to country was "Sweet Country Music" by Atlanta. The "99KG" moniker was brought back in 2008. KSKG's sister station is KINA. KSKG is an affiliate of the Kansas City Chiefs radio network and the Bobby Bones Show.

Former Logos[edit]

Air Personalities (Past and Present)[edit]

  • Bart Starr
  • Bill Ray
  • Bill Weaver
  • Brad King
  • Cabana Boy
  • Casey Garrett
  • Cody Matthews
  • Danielle Marshall
  • Dave Bradley
  • Denny Collier
  • Jack Armstrong
  • Jay "The Jammer" Jeffries
  • Jeff Travis
  • Katie Conn, the future Miss Kansas
  • Leigh Ann Adam
  • Lisa Fox
  • Mark Alexander
  • Mark Davis
  • Mark "In The Dark" McKay
  • Nervous Nate
  • Nikki Nicole
  • Radio Meaghan
  • "Radio Ray" Pollard
  • Randy McKay
  • Rick Raynes
  • Rusty Keys
  • Scotty Woodson
  • Shane McClintock
  • Shane Sellers
  • Stephen Edwards
  • Steve Davis
  • Steve Wall
  • The Worm
  • Travis Dodge


  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Winter 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-21. 
  2. ^ "KSKG Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-02-21. 
  3. ^ "Kansas Radio History". KC Radio History. Retrieved 2015-03-11. 

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