In addition to the traditional ‘terrestrial’ radio broadcast over the airwaves, both KOVE and KDLY are backed up by the station’s website wyo10.com where both radio stations have online streaming links, plus all of the local news stories and links for Fox News, links for the most recent and archived “Coffee Time” programs, Fremont County obituaries, local weather, road & travel information plus a weekly calendar of county-wide event schedules and other valuable information all available 24 hours a day.We are the Level 1 EAS (Emergency Alert System) radio stations for Fremont County. We take community preparedness and community service seriously. Every year we are available for disseminating important public service information to the residents of our communities. Annually, thousands of dollars worth of advertising are provided without cost for local service organizations, non-profit and volunteer groups and other worthy causes.
Weekday Morning Show host on 97-Five KDLY,
Co-Host on 1330 Country's "Coffee Time" with Joe Kenney
Website Advertising Sales
& Public Information File
for Legacy Cellular and
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and always has the answers.
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Don Cooper, Air Talent
KOVE 1330 Country Live & Local from
6am to 1pm Monday through Friday
"The Voice of the Lander Tigers" Sportscaster &
KOVE Radio - A True Wyoming Original
One of Wyoming’s first radio stations, KOVE signed on in 1948, and we are just now starting our 71st year of service to Lander and Fremont County. It was a really big deal back in 1948 when the governor Lester Hunt came to Lander to “officially” turn the radio station on. Lander’s airport “Hunt Field” was named so in his honor and Governor Hunt has been the only governor ever elected from Lander
Edward J. Breece, who also owned the Lander Journal newspaper at the time, started KOVE radio station. Mr. Breece served several terms in the Wyoming House of Representatives. His son, Dan Breece, operated the station until 1973 when Joe and Andrea Kenney became partners with him. In 1975 the company signed on the first FM radio station in Fremont County, KDLY. And, in 2000, Joe and Andrea Kenney bought Dan out and they have operated the stations ever since.
Locally owned and operated, proudly serving the Wind River Basin, including Lander, Riverton, Pavillion, Shoshoni and the entire Wind River Reservation and beyond. KOVE has been on the air continuously since 1948 and KDLY since 1975.
General Manager/Owner and
Show Host of "Coffee Time"
at 9:30am weekdays on
1330 Country KOVE AM.
Joe Kenney is the "Golden Voice" of Fremont County.
KOVE/KDLY Mascot, Hostess of "Peaches & Friends" webpage.
Director of In-Station
KOVE is a Fox News affiliate and has been since the first day Fox News Radio signed on.
In addition to Fox News we also Feature Fox Business Reports several times a day and social commentary from conservative correspondent Todd Starnes three times a day, also from the Fox News Network.
KOVE broadcasts Lander Tiger Football, Tiger Boys and Girls Basketball, Wyoming Cowboys football, Men’s and Women’s basketball, and the Denver Broncos.
KOVE has local and state newscasts daily at 6:30, 7:06, and 7:50 a.m. and 12:10 and 5:05 p.m. Daily special features programming includes livestock market reports from veteran agriculture correspondent Evan Slack at 6:20, 6:40, 12:20 to 12:35 Monday through Friday. The Daily Reservation News is at 8:10 followed by the Community Bulletin Board at 8:25 and the popular “Birthday Show” at 8:30.
The “Coffee Time” program Monday through Friday at 9:30 is extremely popular and has featured interviews with everyone from Former Vice President Dick Cheney, to his daughter and current Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney, to world-famous astronaut Chuck Yeager, to local Girl Scouts selling cookies.
Michael Gallagher, Air Talents, Morning Show Co-Host, Mid-Morning through Mid-Day Host on 97-Five KDLY