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Our broadcast signal serving the St. George (93.9) area is operating in low-power mode due to mechanical issues. More info.

Station Signal Updates

KUER occasionally experiences outages in our statewide network of transmitters and translators. See below for the latest updates about signal issues around the state. You can report a problem here. In the meantime, you can continue to listen to KUER via our live web stream or the KUER app.

(Updated 4/28/21)

Enoch/St. George area (93.9 FM)

Our KUQU signal serving Washington and Iron counties is currently operating in low power mode due to problems with generators at the site. We are working to increase the signal. We regret this inconvenience and greatly appreciate your patience.

Pocatello (107.5 FM)
Our broadcast signal in the Pocatello area is experiencing a significant, weather-related technical problem. Equipment damage at our broadcast site is preventing us from relaying a “clean” feed of KUER to local listeners, who are regularly hearing another station at 107.5. Unfortunately, our engineers are unable to address the issue and implement a long-term solution until warmer weather opens an access road to the broadcast site. In the interim, please listen to KUER via our live stream at, our mobile app or your smart speaker. Find out more at and sign up for updates about our Pocatello signal by emailing

Manti and Sanpete County (104.5 FM)
This translator serving Sanpete County is experiencing intermittent outages. We appreciate your patience while our engineers address the issue.

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