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KOOL 103.9

KOOL 103.9 FM provides an upbeat mix of classic hits from the 70’s, 80’s, & 90’s with active on-air personalities and engaging contests. We are Cache Valley’s source for the greatest hits of all time!

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KOOL 103.9 plays the music I grew up listening to. Tuning in is like seeing an old friend again, it brings back the nostalgia. Love the music you play!

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Robbie J.

Logan, UT

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So happy I found this station. We moved to Logan a few years ago and weren't familiar with the community. KOOL has the best music.

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Providence, UT

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