KGAS is your only daily medium for local news, community information, and sports in Panola County. Visit us on Facebook and Twitter for news and sports.
KGAS RADIO went on the air in October 1955 at 1,000 watts. In January 1978, the FCC authorized a transmitting power increase to 2,500 watts. Ten years later, in January, the FCC authorized station KGAS to remain on the air with reduced power all night. In September 1988, Jerry T. Hanszen and his wife, Wanda, purchased KGAS RADIO and in July 1991, acquired FCC authorization to construct a new FM broadcast station. Updated equipment and new promotions have increased the quality of the station and broadened the listening audience extensively.

KGAS 104.3 FM plays classic country while 1590 AM/103.7 FM plays ESPN Radio. KGAS is strongly news oriented with local and regional news five times daily in addition to Westwood One News and Texas State Network News. Also included are The Mike Rogers Report, Soundboard News, Weather and Obituaries. Other popular programs are Panola Pride, Swap Shop, Jack Dillard’s Morning Farm Program, Bev Brown’s “Talk It Over”, Bob Griffin’s “Potpourri” and Sunday Devotionals.

KGAS Radio broadcasts play-by-play coverage of Texas Rangers baseball, Dallas Cowboys football, college football, Panola College baseball and basketball, Carthage High School football, basketball and baseball, and other area high schools including Beckville, Elysian Fields, Tenaha, Timpson and Gary.

KGAS Radio is a marvelous, mature, magical and magnificent mix of music, news, views and sports for the entire East Texas and Northwest Louisiana area.