Radio Station Information

KTHN 88.3 FM

City of License:
Texarkana, TX

Market:
Texarkana, TX-AR

Owner:
Veteran Area Support Group

KTHN is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Texarkana, TX and is part of the Texarkana, TX-AR radio market.

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Nearby Radio Stations

KKTK 1400 AM, Kicker 102.5, KTFS 940 AM, Freedom 107, KTOY 104.7 FM, KCMC 740 AM, 790 Rejoice, KHTA 92.5 FM, Power 95.9, Mix 93.3

Listener Comments and Reviews

I love this station.
By: Brenda Mixon on August 30, 2017

We, Team Camberen of the Texarkana Relay For Life are challenging all local radio stations and DJ's to donate at least $25 to our Team. The Relay is April 28 at Four States Fairgrounds. We also invite you to attend the event. It's from 3:30-9:30. This will be a public challenge. Thank you. Make Donations to Team Camberen at www.relayforlife.org/texarkanatx
By: Amy Bean - Team Camberen on April 17, 2018

Are you ready for tax season? A-A-R-P Foundation Tax-Aide is. Their IRS-certified volunteers provide tax preparation help to anyone — and it’s completely free. Both federal and state returns can be prepared, and filed electronically for most taxpayers, with priority given for those age 50 and above, and low to moderate income ranges. The program is offered at the Southwest Recreation Center, 3222 W. 7th Street, Texarkana, Texas, Tuesdays and Thursdays each week, beginning February 4th and ending April 14th. This is a walk-in site with no appointments. Doors open at 8:00 am and the daily limit is reached quickly, so please ensure you arrive early in order to be seen the same day. Please Note: SW Center will be CLOSED on Feb 20th. Taxpayers must bring all relevant tax forms and records to support income and deductions for themselves and all dependents, photo ID's, social security cards, and last year's tax return. This year, documents to prove existence of health insurance will only be required if you purchased health insurance through the Marketplace and received a 1095-A. Taxpayers claiming Arkansas Border City Exemption must bring exemption form from their employer. Last year more than 900 taxpayers in the greater Texarkana area were assisted with this program. Nationwide, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide has grown since its inaugural team of just four volunteers in 1968, and has served over 68 million taxpayers since its inception. The program now involves 35,000 volunteers and serves over 2.5 million taxpayers annually at nearly 5,000 sites nationwide. In 2019 taxpayers who used AARP Foundation Tax-Aide received $1.4 billion in income tax refunds and more than $200 million in Earned Income Tax Credits (EITCs). To find more information, including which documents to bring to a tax site, visit aarp.org/taxaide, or call 1-888-687-2277.
By: Jeanie Rutland on January 29, 2020

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