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KQXA

1991–1993

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KARP

1993–2000

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KTTB

2000–2010

KTTB (B96)

KHTC

2010–2012

KHTC (96.3 Now)

KTWN

2012–2015

KTWN (96.3 K-Twin)

On December 29, 2011, Northern Lights announced that KHTC would drop the rhythmic format and "Now" branding on January 1, 2012, and shift to a modern adult contemporary format, branded as "96.3 K-Twin." At Midnight on January 1 (after "In Paris" by Jay-Z and Kanye West), the station officially flipped to the new format, with "Misery" by Minneapolis band Soul Asylum being the first song being played, followed by "Beautiful Day" by U2 and "Learn to Fly" by Foo Fighters.

2015–present

KTWN (Go 96.3)

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