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High Plains Public Radio

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High Plains Public Radio
CityGarden City, Kansas
BrandingHigh Plains Public Radio
SloganIn touch with the home on the High Plains
Repeater(s)(see article)
First air dateJune 30, 1980 (1980-06-30)
FormatPublic radio; News, Classical music, Jazz
AffiliationsNational Public Radio
American Public Media
Public Radio International
OwnerKanza Society, Inc.
WebcastListen Live

High Plains Public Radio is a network of public radio stations serving the High Plains region of western Kansas, the Texas Panhandle, the Oklahoma Panhandle and eastern Colorado. Operated by the Kanza Society, it is headquartered in Garden City, Kansas and operates an additional studio in Amarillo, Texas.


The Kanza Society was founded in 1977. The network's flagship station, KANZ (91.1 FM) in Garden City, Kansas, signed on in 1980. Since then, HPPR has added eleven other full-power stations in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Texas, as well as low-powered translators in Kansas and Texas. Most of these areas had never been previously served by an NPR station.


Call sign Frequency City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class Broadcast area
KANZ 91.1 FM Garden City, Kansas 100,000 292.2 meters (959 ft) C1 [1]
KCSE 90.7 FM Lamar, Colorado 4,000 113 meters (371 ft) A [2]
KGUY 91.3 FM Guymon, Oklahoma 800 89 meters (292 ft) A [3]
KJJP 105.7 FM Amarillo, Texas 43,000 160 meters (520 ft) C2 [4]
KTDH 89.3 FM Dalhart, Texas 500 104 meters (341 ft) A [5]
KTOT 89.5 FM Spearman, Texas 100,000 325 meters (1,066 ft) C0 [6]
KTXP 91.5 FM Bushland, Texas 1,000 80 meters (260 ft) A [7]
KZAN 91.7 FM Hays, Kansas 7,500 114 meters (374 ft) C3 [8]
KZCK 88.1 FM Colby, Kansas 2,000 109 meters (358 ft) A [9]
KZNA 90.5 FM Hill City, Kansas 100,000 201 meters (659 ft) C1 [10]
KZNK 90.1 FM Brewster, Kansas 90,000 305.4 meters (1,002 ft) C1 [11]
KZNZ 91.5 FM Elkhart, Kansas 250 81 meters (266 ft) A [12]

Low power translators

High Plains Public Radio also has low-powered repeaters throughout western Kansas, as well as the northern panhandle of Texas.

Broadcast translators of KANZ
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K208CL 89.5 Tribune, Kansas 250 60.2 m (198 ft) D FCC
K222BJ 92.3 Ashland, Kansas 250 85.7 m (281 ft) D FCC
K242AK 96.3 Liberal, Kansas 250 72.7 m (239 ft) D FCC
Broadcast translators of KTXP
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K235AL 94.9 Amarillo, Texas 62 157 m (515 ft) D FCC
Broadcast translators of KZNK
Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K237CN 95.3 Atwood, Kansas 250 60 m (200 ft) D FCC
K242AP 96.3 St. Francis, Kansas 92 123 m (404 ft) D FCC

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This page was last edited on 19 June 2019, at 08:45
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