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88.3 KLMP “Words for Life” is a radio station in the Black Hills that airs encouraging talk and teaching programs. KLMP signed onto the air as one of the Black Hills’ first FM stations as KVSR in 1968. Since the beginning, KLMP has been committed to airing programming that shares the good news of Jesus Christ.
88.3 KLMP is a listener supported radio station. That means we rely on business supporters and listeners like you to meet our day-to-day budget.
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88.3 KLMP broadcasts from the summit of Terry Peak in the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota with a power of 63,000 watts. This excellent tower location allows our signal to extend into five states: South Dakota, Wyoming, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Montana.
KLMP signed onto the air in 1968 as KVSR-FM, which stood for "Keep Voicing the Savior’s Redemption". After a change of ownership in 1992, the call letters were changed to KLMP. In 2002, the main transmitter was moved from Skyline Drive in Rapid City to Terry Peak, expanding the coverage area. On April 2, 2007 KLMP moved to 88.3 FM, swapping frequencies with KTPT, which is now on 97.9 FM.