Preston, Idaho, United States
About KACH Radio
As a locally-owned and operated business, KACH is dedicated to serving the needs of our listeners and our community. Our door is always open and we are available to hear your concerns. With the support of local businesses who advertise with KACH, it is our goal to provide a high level of professional service to the people of Cache Valley.
In September of 1948 KPST 1340 AM went on the air. The call letters were later changed to KACH. It is the only radio station physically located and licensed in Preston, Idaho, the Franklin County Seat and the Home of That Famous Preston Night Rodeo and Preston Idaho Festival of Lights.
In April of 1998 The Alan White Family bought KACH Radio. Alan grew up in small market radio. He began working at KVEL Radio in Vernal, Utah while he was in high school and developed a love for the business.
Franklin County's Radio Station
KACH Radio 1340 AM can be heard throughout Cache Valley from Swan Lake to Wellsville. However, our primary focus is on Franklin County. We are committed to meeting the needs of local residents and businesses.
KACH Radio provides Local News and information as well as providing a music mix called "Today's Hits and Yesterday's Favorites" for hours of entertainment to be enjoyed by all of Cache Valley. The KACH Radio Sports Broadcast team provides play by play coverage for Preston High School and for West Side High School.
Our goal is to continue to be the primary source of local news, information, and entertainment in the northern end of Cache Valley.
History of KACH
KACH 1340 AM and 105.5 FM