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As I think about Easter, I am reminded of the great price that was paid for my salvation. The only part any of us have in salvation is to receive it by grace through faith. Christ did the rest.

I have seen God work through the ministry of KJLT! Our newest station KJYS in McCook was launched last year on August 1st. This has allowed for solid coverage of our KJTF 89.3 FM on 88.1 in McCook. Also a new translator was added in McCook providing solid coverage of our 94.9 FM station on 95.3 FM in McCook!

In recent years listeners have provided the needed funds to purchase a new transmitter for the 94.9 FM station as well as a new antenna. The new transmitter has provided the opportunity to broadcast HD or a better quality signal for those who have HD receivers. It has also provided the opportunity to include our 89.3 FM signal on 94.9 known as HD2. The process continues to include the KJLT 970AM signal on 94.9 FM also known as our HD3.

In order to complete the HD project it is necessary to increase the height of our studio tower from its present height of 70 feet to 110 feet. A study shows this should clear obstructions from our studio tower to our 700 foot tower where our 100,000 watt 94.9 FM transmitter is located. This will also offer state of the art monitoring of our transmitter site. Plans also eventually include a microwave link to our AM transmitter site.

The projected cost to extend the height of our studio tower is $44,000. It is important that this project is followed through to complete the HD3 project. Telephone landlines for monitoring are also becoming a thing of the past.

Any extra funds will go towards scheduled projects that need to be addressed in the near future.

Blessings!

Gary Hofer
General Manager


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