Radio Station Information
City of License:
Lahontan Valley Broadcasting Company, LLC
KKTU is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Fallon, NV. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsKVLV 980 AM, Nevada Talk Network 102.5, KAVS 93.9 FM, K-Love 95.1, Renegade Radio 101.3, Radio Lazer 107.7 & 105.3, Ace Country 94.1, Latino 106.3, La Mejor 107.3, KQNV 89.9 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
I really enjoy listening to KKTU. It is truly a local station that I get information about what is going on in Fallon and the rest of Churchill County. The music is contemporary pop, so that is just what I need when I am transporting my 6 year old to and from school. And for those who can't make it to the football games, they are the home of the Greenwave.
By: peggy on November 5, 2012
For Immediate Release
September 2, 2014
Nevada Coalitions Director
Convention of States
Mark Meckler President of Citizens for Self-Governance and Convention of States to Speak in Reno Town Hall
Learn How Citizen Volunteers Using Article V of the Constitution will re-establish States Rights and Return the Power to the People
Reno, Nevada September 4, 2014 The Air Port Plaza Hotel located on Terminal Way in Reno will host a Town Hall Meeting open to the public on September 4, 2014 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Mark Meckler will deliver a 30-45 minute presentation titled: “TIME FOR A RADICAL RESPECTABLE REVOLUTION: AMERICA AT A CONSTITUTIONAL CROSSROADS”. The presentation will be followed by a robust question and answer session.
Our Founding Fathers foresaw the likelihood that the government in Washington, DC might someday become too centralized and overreach the limited powers granted it by the US Constitution.
Citizens for Self-Governance has launched the Convention of States Project to call an Article V convention of the States to propose only amendments that would impose restraints on the federal government, limit its power and jurisdiction and impose term limits on its officials and members of Congress.
Join other deeply concerned Nevadans and learn how everyday citizens by contacting our Nevada State Senators and Assemblymen can remind and embolden them that it is their Constitutional right and their Constitutional obligation as our duly elected direct representatives to stand up to Washington overreach through the use of Article V of our United States Constitution.
More detailed information is available on line at: www.conventionofstates.com or feel free to call Douglas Johnson at (775) 690-4500.
By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014
Could you please add this to your PSAs? Thank You!
SPAGHETTI FEED TO BENEFIT CHURCHILL COUNTY MUSEUM
On Saturday, January 26th, there will be a spaghetti feed to raise money for the Churchill County Museum. The event will be sponsored by Copper Queen 1915, an outpost of the Julia C. Bulette 1864 chapter of E Clampus Vitus (ECV). Salad, spaghetti, pepperoncini, and garlic bread will be served from 11:00 AM until 7:00 PM. The cost is $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for children under the age of 11. To-go meals will be available for $1.00 more. All profits will be donated to the museum.
This is an excellent opportunity to visit your local museum and assist in the funding of future exhibits, while enjoying an excellent gourmet spaghetti sauce!
ECV is a non-profit organization that honors and preserves the history of the West. The territory that Copper Queen 1915 encompasses includes all of Churchill and Mineral Counties, as well as a significant portion of Lyon County. Copper Queen 1915 welcomes assistance from persons or organizations in identifying places, events, or persons worthy of erecting plaques or other markers. If you are interested in providing such suggestions, please attend and provide us with details.
The museum is located at 1050 South Maine Street, Fallon, NV. There is a parking lot at the museum as well as parking on Maine Street. Individuals as well as groups are welcome and your participation is encouraged to benefit our museum.
By: Joe Macduff on January 10, 2019
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