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Q92.9 FM

Q92 plays a bright, upbeat blend of music, and carefully screening each song for offensive messages. No other radio station reflects the values of Cache Valley like Q92.

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Q92.9 plays the perfect blend of music I forgot I loved. So happy we have them on the radio dial here in Cache Valley!

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Logan, UT

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Jeff & LoraLee are literally like the highlight of my morning. I listen while I'm at work starting my day, and the music is great too.

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