Radio Station Information
City of License:
Three Cities FM (3 Cities, Inc.)
KXXO is an FM radio station broadcasting at 96.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Olympia, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market. The station broadcasts Adult Contemporary music programming. KXXO is owned by Three Cities FM.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
March 26, 2016
Media contacts: Katie Nelson, Chair, Thurston County Democrats: 360-521-4059
Carolyn Cox, Secretary, Thurston County Democrats: 360-413-0014
Thurston County Democrats embrace Bernie Sanders
OLYMPIA—Thurston County Democrats turned out in record numbers to cast their votes for presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
Although tallies are still being finalized, Sanders appears to have won 77 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 22 percent. One percent of the voters were uncommitted.
In all, some 12,000 Democratic voters turned out to caucus sites throughout Thurston County.
“This turnout is fantastic!” said Katie Nelson, chair of the Thurston County Democrats. “We appear to have set a caucus turnout record today.”
Besides casting ballots for presidential candidates, voters also elected delegates who will represent them at legislative district caucuses and the Thurston County Democrats’ convention on May 1. The unofficial count shows Sanders winning 868 Thurston County delegates and Clinton with 246 delegates. Three of the delegates elected are uncommitted.
Thurston County has four legislative districts – Districts 2, 20, 22 and 35. All but District 2 will caucus at the county convention, to be held at Black Hills High School in Tumwater. Legislative District 2 delegates will caucus on April 17 at Ridgeline Middle School in Yelm.
By: Carolyn Cox-Secretar-Thurston-County-Democrats on March 27, 2016
Please STOP with the 'belly-fat' commercials! They are very annoying and offensive and in all probability just a bunch of fabrications to get people to buy their pills. Thank you for allowing me to rant.
By: Karen Furbush on February 17, 2017
I was just writing because I heard a song on 96.1 today between 11:25 and 11:30 am. It was a country/pop style song. Male vocals. And had the line (chorus?) "I think I'll just cry tonight."
Any help with the title would be much appreciated.
By: michael P halen on January 9, 2020
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