Radio Station Information

Kat Kountry 106

KKMV 106.1 FM

City of License:
Rupert, ID


Twin Falls, ID

Web site:

Lee Family Broadcasting Group (Lee Family Broadcasting, Inc.)

KKMV is an FM radio station broadcasting at 106.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Rupert, ID and is part of the Twin Falls, ID radio market. The station broadcasts Country music programming and goes by the name "Kat Kountry 106" on the air. KKMV is owned by Lee Family Broadcasting Group.

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Nearby Radio Stations

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Media Contact: Tony McCammon, University of Idaho Extension, Twin Falls County, (208) 734-9590, South Idaho Gardening Symposium Planned Nov. 7 in Burley BURLEY, Idaho – The 7th South Idaho Garden Symposium planned Saturday, Nov. 7 will offer the public insights into gardening from the ground-up in southern Idaho. Participants will learn strategies to deal with tough soil problems, see gardens from the perspective of a honeybee, and figure out what plants are telling us. In addition, there will be suggestions for the best plants to use and how to keep trees healthy through a drought year. The symposium is sponsored by University of Idaho Extension and Twin Falls and Mini-Cassia Master Gardener Associations. Registration will be limited to 100, and pre-registrations are accepted through Oct. 28. Registration is $35 and includes a breakfast and lunch buffet. The symposium will be held at Morrey’s Steakhouse in Burley. The symposium also offers an opportunity for the public to learn more about and get signed-up for the upcoming 2016 Master Gardener program offered in Burley on Wednesday NIGHTS. The Twin Falls County Extension Office offers information about master gardener classes by calling (208) 734-9590. The symposium opens at 8 a.m. with the program running from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Local gardening related businesses and non-profits will host displays and there will be door prizes, a silent auction, and a free raffles. More information about the symposium is available from the Twin Falls County Extension Office at 630 Addison Ave. W. Suite 1600 in Twin Falls (208) 734-9590, or online at Additional information about the symposium is available by calling LaQuita Burton at (208) 312-2960 or Judy Fowler at (208) 878-8004; Magic Valley horticulture website:
By: Tony McCammon on October 12, 2015

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