Bott Hits 100

On air since 1962, with same family leadership
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Religious broadcaster Bott Radio Network has announced it has reached the century mark with its latest additions.

New are two Missouri translators — K246CA/97.1(FM) in Jefferson City and K263BK/100.5(FM) in Joplin — along with K240EH/95.9(FM) in Pittsburg, Kan. That makes 100 stations in 15 states, according to a release.

The Bott Radio Network had its beginnings with KCCV(AM) in Kansas City, Mo., in 1962, under the guidance of Dick (Richard Sr.) Bott.