KIMN Radio Station

Address: Edgewater, Colorado 80214

The call letters meant, "Key to the Inter-Mountain Network". KIMN was the largest independent station in the Denver area. KIMN began broadcasting from the Albany Hotel. As the station expanded, it was moved to Edgewater. An exclusive service offered by KIMN was an Air- Alert during specific times of the day. During these times, Don Martin would fly over Denver directing traffic where there were accidents or traffic jams. KIMN was relocated and built in 1954. In the early 1980s KIMN was replaced by the Edgewater Market Place.
Quad Map/Date: Fort Logan, 1965
Sec/Town/Range: S35,T3S, R69W
Elevation: 5300
Source: Coleman, Alice M., "The First Sixty Years," p.46; Allison, Judith, "Edgewater Four Score," p. 61; Interview, Marie Fox, Edgewater Renewal Authority, 1997.
Last Modified: Wed, June 24 1998

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