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CityBrownsville, Oregon
Broadcast areaEugene-Springfield, Oregon
BrandingStar 102.3
Frequency102.3 MHz
First air date1991 (as KGAL-FM)
FormatHot Adult Contemporary
ERP100,000 watts horizontal polarization
43,000 watts vertical polarization
HAAT280 meters (920 ft)
Facility ID7989
Former callsignsKGAL-FM (1990-1994)
KLRF (1994-1996)
OwnerCumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
Sister stationsKUJZ, KZEL, KNRQ, KUGN, KSCR
WebcastListen Live
Listen Live via iHeart

KEHK (102.3 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Brownsville, Oregon, and serving the Eugene-Springfield radio market. It is owned by Cumulus Media and airs a hot adult contemporary radio format, using the moniker "Star FM 102.3." Studios and offices are on Executive Parkway in Eugene. The transmitter is off Blanton Road, also in Eugene, among several other FM and TV station towers.


On April 1, 1991, the station first signed on as KGAL-FM.[1] It was owned by Eads Broadcasting Corporation, along with AM 920 KSHO in Lebanon, Oregon. KGAL-FM aired a satellite oldies format, using the "Kool Gold" service. At first it was only powered at 6,000 watts, a fraction of its power today, and did not significantly reach the Eugene-Springfield market.

In 1994, it changed its call sign to KLRF. And in 1996, it switched to its current call letters KEHK.


  • Michael Morales, mornings
  • John Tesh (seldom with DJ Lell), middays
  • Maverick, afternoons/Program Director
  • Nights Live w/Adam Bomb, Nights
  • Patrick B. Ateman, nightly digit checker


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Coordinates: 44°00′07″N 123°06′54″W / 44.002°N 123.115°W / 44.002; -123.115