Radio Station Information
KLUR 99.9 FM
City of License:
Wichita Falls, TX
Wichita Falls, TX
Cumulus Media (Cumulus Licensing LLC)
KLUR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Wichita Falls, TX and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Country music programming and goes by the name "99.9 KLUR" on the air. KLUR is owned by Cumulus Media.
Station Coverage Map
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Wichita Falls, TX
Listener Comments and Reviews
I MISSED THE TRADING POST THIS MORNING AND WOULD LIKE TO SELL A ITEM .HOW DO I GO ABOUT DOING THIS? THANK YOU GERALD TEAGUE
By: GERALD J TEAGUE on July 25, 2015
Looking for storage water tanks that you would like to donate to Project Dig Deep in Thoreu NM.
Their are about 250 residents that need storage water tanks due to not having a waterline in their town and only have buckets or little drums holding water for them.
You can donate them and use it as a tax write off and help a good cause.
By: Derek Ellis on September 19, 2015
Years ago l heard a very funny song on KLUR........"ain't no snakes in here ... Or something like that. Do you have any info? I heard it during time Jim Russell was working for you. I knew him back then. Is he still around?
Jim Jennings, Thank You for your efforts
By: Jim on March 29, 2016
who is the truly hilarious guy named jake and why isn't he on more often
By: robert carter on April 30, 2016
I got a air compressor electric 2hp 5 gallon stack tanks hardley used would like to put it on klur trading post don't know this rite place or not my 9407572889
By: James bedford on January 31, 2017
I,v got a new welding trailer,new tires $300.00 call me at (940)4472375 firm ask for Carmen
By: Carmen Crawford on March 17, 2017
Is there place where I missed the show I can go to and see what's for sale on the trading post
By: James on September 30, 2017
Terrible radio station. Tons and tons of commercials. This station is on in my office all the time and for the last 2 months it has been the same 6 songs, 4 of which glorify alcoholism.
By: Bryan on January 23, 2020
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