Payson Jason, Tombstone Tim Barrett, Marshall Mike Farrell, Ranger Randy Roberson,
& Cowboy Clint Nichols
KMOG Listeners

 

Here at the KMOG Radio Ranch, we are always interested in what our listeners have to say. Since our beginning in 1985, our goal has been to serve both you the listener and our sponsors. Thank you Rim Country for all your support!

 Your Community - Your Radio Station

Rim Country Radio 103.3FM & 1420AM KMOG

 

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:-) on June 30, 2010 at 7:21 AM said:

I think your morning DJ John Vela has really helped spice up the mornings! He is a great DJ!!! Great choice for hiring him!!! He really knows how to cater to his audience with all varieties of country music!!!
Kathryn Spiess on May 19, 2010 at 8:16 AM said:

I think KMOG is awesome and don't know what the Rim Country would do without you!

I would also like to nominate a "Person of the Day" and am unable to contact you via email, says it's down.

I'd like to nominate Colleen O'Connor, Director of KC's Home Health. 468-5242

Thanks!!
Rock R. on April 5, 2010 at 3:13 PM said:

All country sucks! Give us a mix!
Strawberryman on February 23, 2010 at 3:07 PM said:

Your new Trades N Sales on the computer is awsome. Thanks.
Listeners United For Better Radio on February 2, 2010 at 2:07 PM said:

You need to hire Tim Barrett! He will bring you into the new age!
Linda Morris on December 9, 2009 at 8:31 AM said:

Have you heard James Lann Christmas song Mr. Grinch. He is in Texas and a radio station there had him come on their station to sing it. James is a Arizonian and lived in Payson for several years. I think Ron has his cd and has played his songs, Please play them more. I can send you James Mr Grinch if you would like. Thank you Linda Morris
Sharon Braymiller on December 5, 2009 at 8:28 AM said:

The residents of Star Vale Moblie Home Park have collected personal care items for the needy. I would like to challenge the Lamp Lighter and CY's to do the same and fill the shelves at St. Vincent Depaul for those who don't have. Just $1.00 per resident in their parks would buy quite a bit at the Dollar Store. Please put this challenge out to them. Thanks!
Bear Tracker on December 4, 2009 at 12:46 PM said:

Trades and Sales sounds like fun but Rockin' Ron needs someone else to co host. The female voice I heard in the last week of November was pretty sloooow on the trigger!
Varsity Volleyball on October 14, 2009 at 11:04 PM said:

Tomorrow is the last home game of the season! It would be really great if we could get some supporters for this game. We will be playing Snowflake High School, and currently they are first in our region. Wear Black!
Freshman play at 4:30, JV at 5:30, and Varsity at 6:30!
-#13
Candyce on September 6, 2009 at 9:17 AM said:

To my friends at KMOG,

Thank you for playing songs from my album "Kickin' Up Dust". I appreciate your very important support in my career. What a thrill to have so many people say to me that they heard me on KMOG! I've added KMOG as a link on my website www.candycemusic.com & www.myspace.com/candycecountrymusic so folks can visit my hometown radio station.

Again, thank you so much for your support
Candyce ^j^
DR on September 5, 2009 at 10:11 AM said:

Seriously? How bad are the two men that are calling the Longhorn football games? It would be nice to have "local" commentators that actually know the names of the young men. Come on, I know this is a small town, with a shallow pool to choose from. But let's not get complacent and chose two men that sound like they have a mouth full of candy while they talk. Amateur, amateur, amateur. Learn the kids names, pick someone who knows the entire Longhorn sports programs and quite trying to fill the dead air with uh, well and um's. You guys are bad, seriously bad. His name is Schaeffer Keith, not Keith Schaeffer. Do your homework, at least.
Nadine on September 1, 2009 at 4:59 PM said:

Where are the fire pictures? I've looked everywhrer amd can't find them. I really want to see them. Thanks
Janel Croy on September 1, 2009 at 7:09 AM said:

I seem to no longer be able to access the streaming.... just seemed to stop.
Is it just me?
If not, will streaming be started again?
I was enjoying feeling linked to the latest with the fire and now feel isolated.
I'm too far away to get the broadcast via the radio.

Thanks!
Ida on August 31, 2009 at 10:32 AM said:

Listening for news about Water Wheel fire. Found KMOG's live streaming. There is an irritating one-second dead air pause about every 5 minutes or so. It is also on regular radio broadcast.

Please hold their feet to the fire, no pun intended. Why oh why did the Tonto Forest service not impose fire restrictions in the forest and campgrounds. Personally I would rather forgoe the potential tourist revenue than go through the anxiety of this fire.

I heard from a reliable source about an hour after the fire was reported that it was a campground fire. Now the public information officials are saying they don't know the cause!!!!
Carol on August 30, 2009 at 8:35 PM said:

Try clicking on the button on the left that says "Payson PAYS" the live fed was playing automatically, hope it works for you out there I'm sure everyone is trying to stay up to date on the fire situation

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