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KISD Oldies Channel 98.7 FM
We are the “Oldies Channel”. When you want to hear the best Rock’n Roll oldies from the 50′s, 60′s and 70′s, we’re the station to listen to.
When you tune into 98.7 FM KISD, you are tuning into Pure Gold Rock’n Roll with little interruption. If you want to hear The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones, Elvis, or Diana Ross and The Supremes, we’ve got it all and more of your favorite Rock’n Roll oldies.
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Tune into us, we’re ready for you! 98.7 FM KISD Oldies Channel
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In January 1955, the Federal Communications Commission granted permission to Pipestone Radio Corporation, C.B. Thomas, President, to construct a radio station with a power of 1,000 watts on 1050 kilocycles with the call letters of KLOH (“Land of Hiawatha”) In June of 1955, Dalton Nelson, station manager, put KLOH on the air.
In the early years, KLOH broadcast during daylight hours only. The first studio location was downtown Pipestone in a basement of a building next to the old Eagle Cafe. In 1961 the studio was moved to its present location west of Pipestone on Highway 30 at the twin towers site. In 1962, KLOH was purchased by Ingstad Corporation of Valley City, ND, Bob Ingstad Sr. President.
In 1965 Wallace Christensen took a position as an announcer, became Sales Manager, and then by 1972 was General Manager. In August 1976 he purchased the station from the Ingstads and is the present owner. During these years, KLOH has had major upgrades. One of the twin towers was moved and power was increased from 1,000 watts to 9,000 watts. Coverage was increased and KLOH started broadcasting in Stereo and 24 hours a day.
In 1980 a major building project was completed more than doubling the studio and office space. In May of 1998 a complete upgrade was done with the front office traffic and billing system computers.
In 2008 a major remodeling project made the building handicap accessible.