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1962-1984 (KTCR-AM 690kHz) Edit

We now bring to a start/close our broadcast day at KTCR Radio, Minneapolis, MN.

Portions of our daily programming are brought to you by means of electrical transcription or recording.

Some of the records heard on KTCR are played or given away through consideration received by some record companies.

KTCR operates on a federally assigned frequency of 690 kHz, and by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

Our transmitter, studios, and general offices are located at 3701 Winnetka Ave. North.

For fine country music listening, we invite you to tune your FM radio to Stereo Country, KTRC-FM -- at 97 on the FM dial.

On behalf of the entire staff of 690 KTCR, Minneapolis, I'm Ray Walby wishing you a very pleasant good morning/night.

Note: This station message used before the during both sign-on and sign-off. This station message is defunct.

1984-1997 (KTCJ-AM 690kHz) Edit

We now bring to a start/close our broadcast day at KTCJ Radio, Minneapolis, MN.

Portions of our daily programming are brought to you by means of electrical transcription or recording.

Some of the records heard on KTCJ are played or given away through consideration received by some record companies.

KTCJ operates on a federally assigned frequency of 690 kHz, and by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

Our transmitter, studios, and general offices are located at 3701 Winnetka Ave. North.

For fine country music listening, we invite you to tune your FM radio to Stereo Country, KTRC-FM -- at 97 on the FM dial.

On behalf of the entire staff of 690 KTCJ, Minneapolis, I'm Ray Walby wishing you a very pleasant good morning/night.

Note: This station message used before the during both sign-on and sign-off. This station message is defunct.

1997-1998 (KXBR-AM 690kHz) Edit

We now bring to a start/close our broadcast day at KXBR Radio, Minneapolis, MN.

Portions of our daily programming are brought to you by means of electrical transcription or recording.

Some of the records heard on KXBR are played or given away through consideration received by some record companies.

KXBR operates on a federally assigned frequency of 690 kHz, and by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.

Our transmitter, studios, and general offices are located at 3701 Winnetka Ave. North.

For fine country music listening, we invite you to tune your FM radio to Stereo Country, KTCR-FM -- at 97 on the FM dial.

On behalf of the entire staff of 690 KTCR, Minneapolis, I'm Ray Walby wishing you a very pleasant good morning/night.

Note: This station message used before the during both sign-on and sign-off. This station message is defunct.

1998-2010 (KFXN-AM 690kHz) Edit

(Closing) For some reason, when Marconi came up with this wonderful invention we call radio, someone else came up with a not-so-good idea of daytime radio stations.

That being said, we are sad to report that the KFXN 690 now has to leave the air.

However, you can still find outstanding sports talk and entertainment up the dial at our Big Brother station (yes, Big Brother, not Little Sister)...

For now, though, we need to put KFXN to bed until tomorrow morning when the sun comes up.

Good morning/Thanks for listening to KFXN, which from a legal standpoint is: KFXN, Minneapolis/St. Paul.

(Closing) And believe it or not, this is a real government regulation.

KFXN-AM ___________, 690.

2010-2016 (The Score 690kHz KFXN) Edit

(Closing) For some reason, when Marconi came up with this wonderful invention we call radio, someone else came up with a not-so-good idea of daytime radio stations.

That being said, we are sad to report that the Score 690 now has to leave the air.

However, you can still find outstanding sports talk and entertainment up the dial at our Big Brother station (yes, Big Brother, not Little Sister)...

For now, though, we need to put The Score to bed until tomorrow morning when the sun comes up.

Good morning/Thanks for listening to The Score, which from a legal standpoint is: KFXN, Minneapolis/St. Paul.

(Closing) And believe it or not, this is a real government regulation.

THE SCORE, 690.

2016-present (Hmong Radio 690kHz) Edit

(Closing) For some reason, when Marconi came up with this wonderful invention we call radio, someone else came up with a not-so-good idea of daytime radio stations.

That being said, we are sad to report that the Hmong 690 now has to leave the air.

However, you can still find outstanding sports talk and entertainment up the dial at our Big Brother station (yes, Big Brother, not Little Sister)...

For now, though, we need to put Hmong Radio to bed until tomorrow morning when the sun comes up.

Good morning/Thanks for listening to Hmong Radio, which from a legal standpoint is: KFXN, Minneapolis/St. Paul.

(Closing) And believe it or not, this is a real government regulation.

HMONG RADIO, 690.

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