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rock to country radio


You are in the right place!  Our radio programming is the same: rock to country sounds. Our talented hosts and Panther sportscasting are still here for you.  We have the same community spirit; but we are now a commercially licensed station. KLMB is a part of the Edwards Broadcasting media network


Use the player below to listen to our second stream. We use this stream for special broadcasts. You can listen to two games at once when it comes time for tournaments! 

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our hosts

Bill Edwards

General Manager/Executive Producer - Community Talk

Bill and his wife Mary Lynn own and operate KLMB, Edwards Broadcasting.I started KLMB radio in 2000 as a hobby radio station with only 10 watts of power. We started doing local sports broadcasting, which has been the focus and passion since 2000. Bill co-hosts a live morning show (6-9am) "Mike & Bill In The Morning". Bill takes pride in the variety of music and programing. KLMB is currently a 5000 watt station which reaches out over 50 miles in all directions. Bill states, "We could not have the success we have without the support of  the Roundup community and our volunteer DJ's and sponsors!"



dale alger

Dale Alger was raised on a dry land wheat farm near Stanford, MT. He has been a librarian in Roundup for 32 years. He and his wife, Tomi, moved to Roundup in 1980. They have two children, Allison who is a legal assistant in Idaho and Andrew who is a graphic designer in Colorado.

Dale coached elementary boys’ and girls’ basketball teams.  He then changed to coaching volleyball. He assisted Laurie Kelly and coached the “C” volleyball team for about 10 years and then coached the new eighth grade volleyball team. His interest in volleyball allowed him to become the radio announcer for volleyball games for Panther Country Sports. Dale announces football, basketball and volleyball now.


Mike morgan

Community Talk  6 AM - 9 AM Weekdays

Mike was born in Asheville, North Carolina.  He came to Roundup with his wife Lulu from Nashville, Tennessee, where they lived for 19 years.  

He has been a resident in the area since 2003.  Mike is a singer-songwriter and has a small recording studio where they live. He is co-owner of Yellowstone River Music.


Chris Larson

Chris attended Roundup High School graduating in 1983. While in high school Chris excelled in football (quarterback starter), basketball (starter) and golf. Chris is married with two children who are now attending college in Montana. Chris has lived in Roundup since 1974 and is part manager for Musselshell Valley Equipment. Chris is involved in his community and is president of the local Lions club and president of the Zion Lutheran Church. Chris enjoys hunting, fishing and golf. When asked what is your favorite pastime he answers "anything to do with sports and broadcasting sports on KLMB". 


Dick is a sportscaster - retired from surveying for the government & a successful sales career. Dick does  basketball play by play for Panther Country Sports. Dick enjoys hunting & fishing & telling stories. Tune in during basketball season to see what Jokes Dick is going to play on Bill.

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