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Eagle Country 95-9/96-3 broadcasts with 100,000 watts of pure Country power from high atop Terry Peak and from Skyline Drive in Rapid City with its translator at 96.3 FM. Eagle Country 95-9/96-3 is western South Dakota’s only regional FM Country station serving 50 counties in five states including Rapid City and the Northern and Southern Black Hills, as well as parts of North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska.  No other Country station in the area delivers this wide marketing area for your advertising message!

Eagle Country 95-9/96-3 features today’s contemporary Country music along with a blend of recent hits and some of yesterday’s favorites.  Eagle Country’s music mix, along with the overwhelming popularity of Country music, enables it to attract listeners of all ages, with a specific target audience of consumers age 20 to 50.

Every weekday morning from 6 to 10 The Eagle Country Wake-Up with Paul James and Jim Kallas wake up listeners with “Your Country” along with local news and sports.  They also add entertainment features, as well as their own opinions and brand of humor.  It all adds up to a bright and fun way to start the day.

Then from 10 to 2 it’s Shane Garry stepping in with The Eagle Country Workday featuring 10-in-a-row music sweeps every hour.

Eagle Country knows the importance of arriving home from a long day in a good mood. The Eagle Country Flight Home with Jamie Nash is the perfect attitude adjustment. Great Country music from 2-6 pm is the perfect remedy.

Eagle Country presents Nash Nights Live every weeknight from 6P-3A.  Nash Nights Live is hosted by Shawn Parr and Elaina Smith.  They’ll bring you up to date on Country — with the spotlight on today’s top Country stars with interviews and more.

Eagle Country is also the exclusive home for Black Hills State University Yellow Jacket and Area High School Football and Basketball. Steve Ammerman provides play by play throughout the seasons.

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