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Tucked into the state's remote southeast corner, off the beaten path for pretty much anyone who's not headed from San Diego to Tucson, the Imperial Valley is a dusty, dry, painfully impoverished, often hellishly hot flat place without much of anything to draw your average tourist. So it was almost a given that we'd get there sooner or later for Tower Site of the Week, right? Actually, we got there twice in - once in April, spending a night in El Centro on the way from Tucson to Las Vegas not very directly, obviously as part of the "Spring Trip " we've been in the process of chronicling here, and then once more in the blazing heat of August, on the way from Yuma up to Palm Springs, to pick up a few stray sites we'd missed the first time.

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Rather than rebuild at the old site, KXO picked seex new site on Villa Road just northeast of downtown, within sight of the KWST tower on Dogwood Road, and by the time of our visit in there was only an empty field to be seen at the old KXO location, and a shiny new foot tower was waiting to nes us at the new site.

The city was just 21 years old when it got its first radio station.

El Centro is just eight miles or so from centto Mexican border, and the airwaves here are full of stations from the fairly sizable Mexicali market just across the border, served by something like a dozen AMs and as many FMs. Continuing out East Main Street another mile or so into the farmland this area produces much of the nation's lettuce! Chay Centro is the commercial hub of the Imperial Valley, and it's where we found most of the area's broadcast activity during our April visit.

It's e, tall, of course, putting its tip right at sea level, and it comes with the somewhat debatable label of "world's tallest flagpole," which is evidently not at all true. So it was almost a given that we'd get there sooner or later for Tower Site of the Week, right? There was also a construction permit for KXO-TV on channel 7 in the sixties, though the station was evidently never built.

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Let's move north again and back to our April visitshall we? It changed city of to Heber and moved to a new tower site which we somehow still missed seeing along Highway 86 between Calexico and El Centro, and now this site sits silent. Actually, we got there twice in - once in April, spending a night in El Centro on the way from Tucson to Las Vegas not very directly, obviously as part of the "Spring Trip " we've been in the process of chronicling here, and then once more in the blazing heat of August, on the way from Yuma up to Palm Springs, to pick up a few stray sites we'd missed the first time.

There was also a construction permit for KXO-TV on channel 7 in the sixties, though the station was evidently never built. On the west side is the self-supporting tower of KUBO In next week's installment, we continue the "Spring Trip " series with still more exotic destinations hopscotching the state lines of California, Arizona and Nevada: Blythe, Quartzsite, Parker, Lake Havasu City and Laughlin.

The domestic commercial Spanish-language radio scene is pretty much owned by Entravision, which has a sizable studio complex along Highway 86 N. We'd see it twice in once as the northernmost point on our April excursion around the Imperial Valley before turning back to El Centro and eventually to Yuma and then up the Colorado River valley, a trip we'll share with you in next week's installmentand then again in August on the way up to Calipatria and then past the strange, sad Salton Sea en route to Palm Springs.

We'd see it centto in once as the northernmost point on our April excursion around the Imperial Valley before turning back to El Centro and eventually to Yuma and then up the Colorado River valley, a trip we'll share with you in next week's installmentand then again in August on the way up to Calipatria and then past the strange, sad Salton Sea en route to Palm Springs. The city was just 21 years old when it got its first radio station.

From here, we jump south a few miles to Calexico, right on the border, and forward a few months to August, when we finally made it there to see what there was to see. And in the meantime, we're about to begin shipping Tower Site Calendar to those lucky folks who've pre-ordered So it was almost a given that we'd get there sooner or later for Tower Site of the Week, right?

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char The domestic commercial Spanish-language radio scene is pretty much owned by Entravision, which has a sizable studio complex along Highway 86 N. Continuing out East Main Street another mile or so into the farmland this area produces much of the nation's lettuce!

Rather than rebuild at the old site, KXO picked a new site on Villa Road just northeast of downtown, within sight of the KWST tower on Dogwood Road, and by the time of our visit in there was only an empty field to be seen at the old KXO location, and a shiny new foot tower was waiting to greet us at the new site. KSIQ was about to be in the headlines when we visited: its owner, Cherry Creek Broadcasting, had already applied to move two hours west to the much more lucrative San Diego market, trading its booming 50 kW class B al for a much smaller B1 al d to Campo, with an on-channel booster carrying the centtro right into San Diego.

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It's feet tall, of course, putting its tip right at sea level, and it comes with the somewhat debatable label of "world's tallest flagpole," which is evidently not at all true. Imperial Avenue just north of downtown. Indeed, its very basic tower behind the Calipatria water plant didn't even quite trigger the autofocus on our camera correctly! Every town's got to have some sort of tourist hook, and Calipatria's claim to fame is its depth - at feet below sea level, it boasts that it's the cenrro town in the Western hemisphere, and it backs neq that assertion with that flagpole shown at the left.

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El Centro is just eight miles or so from the Mexican border, and the airwaves here are full of stations from the fairly sizable Mexicali market just across the border, served by something like a dozen AMs and as many FMs. From here, we jump south a few miles to Calexico, right on the border, and forward a few mew to August, when we finally made it there to see what there was to see.

And that, le the exception of that pesky new KGBA tower and of course all those als so tantalizingly close across the border in Mexicali, is about as much of the Imperial Cjat as we can show you. Today, KXO anchors the rundown business district on Main Street, next to the archway that rises over Main at the corner of Fourth Street, and as we'll see shortly, it's pretty much the only local English-language secular radio voice in the county these days.