From the passionate local DJs and hosts of Prairie Public Radio’s two long-standing FM stations to the tried and true classics of The Fox, we're counting down the most-loved radio stations in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Are you one of those rare breeds who chooses some good old-fashioned AM or FM radio stations as your go-to in-car entertainment? You’ll be glad to hear you’re not alone. Grand Forks has some fantastic options to switch between—and a few you might just keep it locked to.
If you’re looking for the best radio stations to listen to while driving around Grand Forks, we have you covered.
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The best news and talk radio stations in Grand Forks
Talk radio is a fantastic way to keep yourself entertained and informed. Whether you’re interested in news, politics, sports, or even more sports, you’re likely to find a station here that you’ll love.
Prairie Public Radio
Frequency: 89.3 FM, 90.7 FM
Broadcasting in Fargo and reaching prairies states and provinces to the north and south,
Prairie Public Radio is a variety broadcasting organization that partners with NPR to service two different radio stations in the Grand Forks area.
The first station plays primarily classical music and also features news and talk segments, while the second station is focused on roots, blues, jazz, rock, and alternative genres. If you’re looking for curated, quality radio content, you’ll be very well off switching between the two PPR stations.
News Radio 1310 & 107.9 KNOX
Frequency: 1310 AM, 107.9 FM, 103.3 FM
KNOX News Radio can be accessed on three different frequencies. It broadcasts local news and talk programming, as well as local high school sports, Minnesota Timberwolves basketball, Minnesota Wild hockey, and Minnesota Twins baseball.
1440 The Fan
Featuring Tim & Paul in the Morning, the Paul Allen Show, Common Man Program, and Bumper to Bumper with Dan Barreiro, The Fan offers ESPN Radio programming during game times for all your sports radio needs.
The best music radio stations in Grand Forks
Don’t forget that Prairie Public Radio also offers a great selection of music programming. But if you’re looking for something consistently genre-specific, we’ve got just the thing—four things, actually!
96.1 The Fox
For relics of bygone eras and those who enjoy listening to them alike, iHeartMedia’s
The Fox broadcasts classic hits of all your favorite 20th-century decades—if those favorites are the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
The Fox also broadcasts University of North Dakota hockey and football games and Premiere Networks’ Casey Kasem’s American Top 40 on Sunday mornings.
Brought to you by people down the hall from the people broadcasting on The Fox is iHeart’s
XL93, your source for all the top hits of today! XL93 features the legendary Ryan Seacrest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
From classics like Nelly’s “Hot in Herre” to new hits from popular artists like Ed Sheeran, you’ll find everything top 40s here. And what’s not to love about that?
If rock and roll is more your style, the folks over at
KJ108 live and breathe this fun little genre.
Do you like the Red Hot Chili Peppers? That’s rock and roll, baby. And when you tune into the “Grand Forks Rock Legend” station, you might just be treated to one of the best tunes. Others in the mix include everything from early 2000s rock staple Shinedown to Blur.
100.3 The Cat
Ahoy there, fellow cowgirls and cowpoke! We’re just about finished y’all’s tour of the Grand Forks iHeartRadio offices and our last stop is the rootinest and tootinest of all radio stations in town,
100.3 The Cat.
You’ll hear all the newest tunes from all your favorite country stars, like Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, and Ryan Seacrest’s second favorite fake cowboy, Keith Urban. If you love country music, this is the station for you!
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