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Returning KUER to Washington County

(Update: July 20, 2020) In the final phase of our signal expansion project in Southwestern Utah, KUER will soon install a new antenna at our broadcast site on Pine Spring Knoll. We expect the installation to be completed by the end of the summer, resulting in a stronger signal that will be heard throughout most of Washington County at 93.9 FM.

 

Please note: Starting in early August, KUER will no longer be heard at 90.1 FM in Toquerville, La Verkin and parts of Hurricane. This area will be fully served by our boosted 93.9 service by the end of the summer. In the interim, listeners should tune in our existing 93.9 signal or use the KUER live stream. We appreciate your patience.

The expansion project began in 2015, when the station purchased a frequency near Cedar City in 2016 and then made substantial improvements in 2019 to a tower on Pine Springs Knoll. As a result, KUER is now available at 93.9 throughout Zion National Park and the communities of Springdale and Hurricane. 

 

Once we install the new antenna at Pine Springs Knoll later this summer, KUER will serve Washington County with a much-improved signal at 93.9 FM. Until then, please continue to listen to KUER on our existing 93.9 signal, or via our translators at 107.9 in the St. George area or 88.3 in Cedar City. 

Your financial support is needed to complete this project and keep KUER strong in Southwest Utah. Please consider making a donation to support our broadcast expansion and our St. George-based news bureau. If you have questions about fundraising or this project in general, please contact Ja'Naye Payne at jpayne@kuer.org or 801-581-3227

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