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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Greg on May 11, 2009 at 12:16 PM said:

Please have Ron turn on live steam.
Greg on May 8, 2009 at 12:27 PM said:

Live stream please.
GREG on May 1, 2009 at 12:15 PM said:

GREG on April 17, 2009 at 12:16 PM said:

blog bunny on April 11, 2009 at 3:40 PM said:

Just found your web site, very nice. You need to advertise your public forum in several local newspapers. Great job and all the success you can handle.
GREG on April 7, 2009 at 12:49 PM said:

Wish trades and sales live stream would be remembered to be turned on more often. I live in Fountain Hills and Christopher Creek, both are fringe areas. Thanks
Marty on April 3, 2009 at 12:48 PM said:

KMOG is a great part of the Rim Country. I am an out of stater that goes to Pine every 3 weeks or so. As soon as I get in the listening area 1420 is tuned in and does not change until I leave the area. Last trip my old stereo reciever at the cabin lost my AM function but everything else worked fine. Without this fuction I could not tune in KMOG. I went and bought a new reciever and powered antenna just so I can listen to you when I am up.

Your webcams are great - keep up the good work
Betsy Reed Broadston ( on January 19, 2009 at 5:05 PM said:

I wanted to say thank you all very much for the special shirt that you gave my dad before he died in 2000,
your radio was my dads life line if he missed your program he wasn't happy the rest of the day ( blindnes got him)
and when ever trades and sales were on if someone came to the house to visit ,it's was either your quite or you can leave, he had me pick up some neat stuff that i really needed for i was building a house out of state needless to say i had to have hubby come with a 16ft trailer to drag my goodies home,all the was back to Arkansas.
there was a song that you played about 4 times a week that drove my mom crazy. dad would turn up the raido and laugh mom knowing he couldn't see her face but they were funny about your station if you change it your were in trouble
so i now live in Florida and read the site ,Paysonround call call my friends back there to find out whats going on .. Keep up the great work
Betsy Broadston
Bob Ernst on January 4, 2009 at 6:34 AM said:

I happened to catch a remark Rockin Ron made on the Trades and Sales program a few days ago pertaining to the RimCountryRadio Web site. I was unaware this web site existed. I live in Tonto Basin where we have a terrible time picking up KMOG on our radios. Thank's to this web site, I will not miss another "Trades & Sales" program. It would be a good idea to remind folks frequently about this web site. I've been a fan of KMOG for 10 years and never knew this site existed. Thank you for being there for us.
Margaret Arnold on December 31, 2008 at 11:11 AM said:

Hi there!
My husband, Norman, doesn't let a day go by without tuning into KMOG Trades and Sales. In fact, no matter what he is doing KMOg time is his long break time. He even takes time out to sit and relax while your program is on, which is highly unusual for Norman to do. At least I know that while you are on the air he is in the house with me and I get to see him for that hour and a half.
Have a Blessed New Year~~~~~~The Arnold's on December 28, 2008 at 12:20 AM said:

To Ron Gibson (Rockin Ron): Wow, how time has changed us. On a recent trip to Payson to visit my dad from my home in Apache junction with my son. I happened across an add for "the Ron Gibson Band" playing in Christopher Creek at the Creekside Steak house. It's been about 30 years and I often wondered what became of you. After doing a little research on the internet I see that life has been good to you, except maybe all that grey hair (well at least you still have hair). Several years back I found pics of you and Don in the navy and I sent them to you thinking that they may have been important to you, I hope you recieved them.
My son Nate has friens in Payson and goes there often. His friends have a band called Anhilist. One night the name Brett Gibson came up at one of his parties and it haunted me for some time. It finally hit me where I knew that name from and thought what a small world it really is. What are the odds!!
Kevin Mootsey on August 21, 2008 at 8:14 PM said:

I would like to here Dan Haapala interview Dr. Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D.

Dr. Yarnall is an accomplished actress and has a Ph.D. in nutrition with 11 generations of champion Tonkinese Cats on her proven holistic raw meat diet. She can give the town of Payson alternatives to the growing problems with the pet food industry. She has written two books for dogs and cats and is now working on a third.

I own two cats from her cattery, Coconut and Matrix, that have been on her raw meat diet for 6 and 11 years.

Below is a link to her website, biography and contact information.


Dr. Yarnall's Biography:

joe Bayless on July 28, 2008 at 9:27 PM said:

Better late then never I would like to thank Rockin Ron
aswell as the owner of KMOG Radio the live on the Air time
you gave our 6th. through 8th. graders that helped send 37
Rim Middle School students to Washington D.C. in March of
The trip was a complete success.
Rim Country Educational Adventures
Marcy Rogers, Payson Community Kids on April 15, 2008 at 8:39 AM said:

We love KMOG. Thank you for the radio remote at the Fossil Creek Creamery last Saturday. The kids loved bottle feeding the two week old baby goats and Joyce and John Bittner are always so gracious to us. Seeing Chris and Pat and talking live on the radio keeps our free program for kids participating in the best events and helps fund our free program for very low-income and risks kids.

KMOG thank you for being so community minded. You do so much for the non-profits and community as a whole

Chris, please load the pictures, we can't wait to see the "little slice of heaven", we all enjoyed that day!

Gratefully yours, Marcy
Pete and Stephanie Barnum on March 28, 2008 at 8:59 AM said:

Thank you so much for all the ADOT info on Hwy 87 and it's status. We have two homes and we lose KMOG just before Heber. Being at the second home we don't get much info about other areas, nothing on the web except for your site. Reassured us we would be able to travel to our primary residence.

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