In 2000 Powell Meredith Communications Company(PMCC), a local Abilene concern whose primary business model surrounded Hispanic programming, agreed to buy the station. As part of the transaction, Cumulus purchased PMCC's original station on 98.1.All that occurred on the air was that the two station changed positions on the dial.PMCC, then filed an amendment with the FCC increasing the power from 3,000 watts to 50,000 watts using the same transmitter site at Abilene Christian University. Hispanic Leadership Council Every year, the Hispanic Leadership Council is pleased to award scholarships of varied amounts to qualified students who enroll in a four year accredited college/university and to qualified students who enroll in an accredited trade/business school or junior college.Compare population statistics about Abilene, TX by race, age, gender, Latino/Hispanic origin etc.KKHR is an FM Latino Contemporary radio station serving the Abilene, Texas, area.KKHR-FM was originally licensed at 3,000 watts in the late 1980s as part of the FCC's docket 80-90 initiative to provide more local radio stations to communities in the US.
The stations original call sign was WHXS and was signed on by Susan Lundborg.
The station has a countty format whose moniker was "Kicks 106".
Boyll adopted a beautiful music format consisting almost entirely of his own collection of instrumental recordings.
In 1996 the station was sold to the owners of KBCY-FM.
In the early 1990s the station fell into receivership.
During that time it was managed for the receiver by local Abilene entrepreneur Dave Boyll.