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City of license Superior, Wyoming
Broadcast area Rock Springs/Green River
Branding Mix 106.7
Slogan Your Music, Your Station
Frequency 106.7 MHz
First air date July 2008
Format Top 40
ERP 7,000 watts
HAAT 482 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 164153
Transmitter coordinates

41°25′28″N 109°7′54″W / 41.42444°N 109.13167°W / 41.42444; -109.13167Coordinates: 41°25′28″N 109°7′54″W / 41.42444°N 109.13167°W / 41.42444; -109.13167

Former callsigns KKWY (2008)
Affiliations Dial Global
Owner Big Thicket Broadcasting Company of Wyoming, Inc.
Sister stations KRKK, KQSW, KSIT
Website KMRZ-FM website

KMRZ-FM (106.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to Superior, Wyoming. Carrying a top 40, the station serves the Rock Springs area. The station is owned by Big Thicket Broadcasting Company of Wyoming.[1] Along with other stations in the area, the broadcast tower for KMRZ is located on Aspen Mountain.


Though its license was granted on the 14th of May of 2008, the station signed on in July 2008 as KKWY. In August 2008, while off air, the station changed calls to KMRZ.[2]

The call letters KMRZ were previously used for a station in Cheyenne, Wyoming known now as KGAB.


External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KMRZ
  • Radio-Locator information on KMRZ
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KMRZ

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