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KOOL 98 plays the greatest hits of all time in long 10-in-a-row sets and gives away TONS of prizes. KOOL 98 is the area’s largest radio signal, covering over 20 counties.
KOOL 98 is THE community station. If you have a big event, let us know, we want to be there!

Station: KOOL 98 (KUQL – Wessington Springs/Mitchell)
Frequency: 98.3 FM
Power: 100,000 Watts (From a really tall tower near Plankinton)
Owner: KOOL 98 is owned and operated by Saga Communications of South Dakota, LLC.
Format: 60’s & 70’s classic hits
News: ABC Radio News plus complete local news coverage.
Color-Radar Weather: Every 10 minutes from 6-9 am. Updated weather twice per hour throughout the day.
Sports: Live Coverage of area high school football and basketball. Sports updates all day.

Phone
Request Line: (605) 996-1100
Toll-Free: (888) KOOL-983
Business Line: (605) 996-9667

Station Email Addresses:

General E-Mail
Chris Johnson, Brand Manager/Mornings: cj@kool98.com
Mike Kelly, Middays/Afternoons and Production Director: mikekelly@kool98.com  or requests@kool98.com
Tim Smith, General Manager: timsmith@kmit.com

Mailing/Shipping Address:
KUQL – KOOL 98 Radio
501 South Ohlman
Box 520
Mitchell, SD 57301

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