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I have heard KJDY referred to as K-Judy. KFAT was a Country station in northern California that had quite a following shortly before the calls were brought to Corvallis for a similar format. KOMS was probably “Calms”, since it was a Beautiful Music station. For KROG, did you mean “rouge” or “rogue”? KWIP is “quip”. KWRC was originally “Willamette Radio Central” when it was in Woodburn. KXPC was originally “power country” but quickly switched to “pure country”. KYKN was “kickin'”. KWIL is also “quill”.