In the early 1980s, the station moved to 1030 AM, along with a significant boost in power. They continued their MOR format and briefly simulcast KARE-TV's evening news.
A startup company called Colfax Communications purchased the FM station in early 1993 and in turn, purchased the old WMIN (1030 AM) to sell back to the seminary. Colfax took the FM station off the air for a few months and signed on again as WBOB on May 13, picking up a country music format under the "Bob 100" moniker. WMIN became WCTS on February 5, 1993, and seminary programming remains to this day. The WMIN calls were immediately picked up by a Hudson, Wisconsin-based station at 740 AM, where they presently reside.
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