KANZ - FM 91.1 - Garden City, KS

High Plains Public Radio

The History of High Plains Public Radio High Plains Public Radio was founded in 1977 for the expressed purpose of enriching the educational, cultural, and ... See more community life of the High Plains region. It is also dedicated to developing the self-identity of the High Plains so that the region might better appreciate its common heritage and build a sustainable future. It pursues this mission through public radio broadcasting because the medium is economical and accessible to nearly everyone. HPPR considers its programming to be radio for the mind and spirit, radio programming that features the best of what the world and our communities have to offer. It provides a stage for presenting news, information, discussion and music programming from across the world as well as a forum for regional issues and interests. Moreover, all of this programming is aired commercial free to maximize programming time and avoid listening interruptions. HPPR began broadcasting in 1980. Since then, HPPR has incrementally expanded its service area through local initiatives and capital campaigns. HPPR has transmitters located in: * Garden City, KS (KANZ 91.1) * Hill City, KS (KZNA 90.5) * Hays, KS (KZAN 91.7) * Amarillo, TX (KJJP 105.7) * Bushland, TX (KTXP 9105) * Spearman/Perryton, TX (KTOT 89.5) * Guymon, OK (KGUY 91.3) as well as translators and satellators located in: * Amarillo, TX (94.9) * Ashland, KS (92.3) * Atwood, KS (95.3) * Colby, KS (88.9) * Elkhart, KS (90.3) * Goodland, KS (89.7) * Hugoton, KS (88.9) * Lamar, CO (90.7) * Liberal, KS (96.3) * Ness City, KS (92.3) * Sharon Springs, KS (90.7) * St. Francis, KS (96.3) * Tribune, KS (89.5) * Washburn, Claude and Panhandle, TX (91.3) About HPPR High Plains Public Radio (HPPR) is the primary public radio for the High Plains region of western Kansas, eastern Colorado, and the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles. HPPR offers a daily service of news, music and information. Program Choices HPPR is an affiliate of National Public Radio offering these award winning news programs: * Morning Edition * All Things Considered * Weekend Edition We also feature popular network programs like Car Talk and A Prairie Home Companion. HPPR also airs interviews, features and announcements from over 150 community, cultural, health and human service organizations across the region each year. Click here for a complete listing of programs. Affiliations HPPR is a member of: * National Public Radio * Kansas Public Broadcasting Council * Kansas Association of Broadcasters * Public Radio International Main Offices and Translators HPPR's has studios and offices in Garden City, Kansas and Amarillo, Texas. HPPR provides radio service to the region via seven transmitters located in Garden City, KS (KANZ), Hill City, KS (KZNA) Hays, KS (KZAN), Amarillo, TX (KJJP), Bushland, TX (KTXP), Spearman, TX (KTOT) and Guymon, OK (KGUY) along with a series of translator stations throughout western Kansas, southeast Colorado and the Texas Panhandle (see the listing above). Staff and Volunteers HPPR's programming is produced by a staff of professionals and volunteers in a variety of on and off air capacities. Some of the program hosts have their play lists and interviews posted for your convenience. More playlists will be added as we get them. If you want to make a request or ask about something you heard on the air, email hppr@hppr.org.

Garden City, Kansas, United States

Classical , News , Public | 12 tune ins | FM 91.1 32Kbps English

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210 North 7th Street Garden City, KS 67846

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