KLO in Ogden, Utah, was a pleasant surprise on the January 2007 DX-pedition to Lista, when the station was heard one morning on 1430 kHz. KLO is a common catch in Northern Scandinavia, but on a southernly location such as Lista things are completely different. Hearing station west of the Rockies is not at all common there. KLO is the first and so far the only station I have ever heard from Utah (except for KUSW on shortwave, that is).
Dan Jellop, Operations Director, sent me a brief e-mail confirming my reception of the station some days ago. He says the station is running 10 kilowatts daytime and 5 kilowatts at night.