Radio station airs
KSOI, 91.9 FM radio is now on the air with a mission of serving south-central Iowa.
The station, which was launched by Grand River Valley Radio President Joe Hynek, went live about a week and a-half ago. Hynek has been working to bring a station back to Clarke County for several years after a local commercial station was sold to Iowa Public Radio in 2004 and became a translator station. The station will serve south-central Iowa and is expected to reach Clarke, Decatur, Union and Ringgold counties, as well as the areas along Interstate 35 between Des Moines, Osceola and areas further south. The station’s tower is located in Arispe.
Hynek has talked to local people about providing weekly programming including Osceola Police Chief Marty Duffus and Osceola City Administrator-Clerk Ty Wheeler. A methodist minister, will be doing a Sunday morning program.
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