Rockin 101 logo
CitySauk Rapids, Minnesota
Broadcast areaSt. Cloud, Minnesota
Frequency101.7 MHz (HD Radio)
BrandingRockin' 101
FormatFM/HD1: Active rock
HD2: Album-oriented rock (WXYG simulcast)
HD3: Alternative rock "106point5"
HD4: Adult standards (WMIN simulcast)
OwnerTri-County Broadcasting
First air date
October 1975; 46 years ago (1975-10)
Call sign meaning
Herbert M. Hoppe (station founder)
Technical information
Facility ID67694
ERP40,000 watts
HAAT145 meters (476 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
45°35′48″N 94°09′25″W / 45.59667°N 94.15694°W / 45.59667; -94.15694
Translator(s)106.5 W293CS (Sauk Rapids, relays HD3)
WebcastListen Live
Listen Live (HD3)
106point5.com (HD3)

WHMH-FM (101.7 MHz) is a commercial radio station in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, broadcasting an active rock radio format. The station is owned by Tri-County Broadcasting, calling itself "Rockin' 101" and commonly referred to as "The Red House". Its main competitor is KXXR "93X".

Former logo
Former logo

WHMH-FM has an effective radiated power (ERP) of 40,000 watts. The transmitter is on 2nd Street North at Summit Avenue South in Sauk Rapids, directly behind the studios.[1]

HD Radio

As of 2014, WHMH-FM broadcasts using HD Radio technology. Its HD2 digital subchannel carries its classic rock sister station WXYG ("Album Rock 540"), while its HD3 subchannel carries an alternative rock format known as "106point5." That signal feeds FM translator 106.5 W293CS. The HD3 subchannel formerly carried its country music sister station WVAL ("800 WVAL"). The HD4 subchannel carries Adult Standards sister station WMIN ("Uptown 10-10").


In October 1975, the station first signed on the air. Its tower was previously co-located with KLZZ on the south side of St. Cloud, near the Interstate 94 interchange.[2][3]


On November 24, 2020, WHMH morning host Aaron Imholte spent the majority of his show joking about KAZR morning host Heather Lee.

On November 25, 2020, Aaron Imholte resigned,[4] taking the trademarked Steel Toe Morning Show with him to Twitch.tv.

WHMH's current wake up program is The Johnny Rock Show.


  1. ^ Radio-Locator.com/WHMH-FM
  2. ^ "St. Cloud Area Radio Tower Locations and Info". Ubstudios.com. Retrieved March 30, 2018.
  3. ^ Scott Fybush (19 December 2014). "Site of the Week 12/19/2014: St. Cloud MN (Big Trip 2013 Part 9)". Fybush.com. Retrieved March 30, 2018.
  4. ^ "Twitch".

Coordinates: 45°35′48″N 94°09′25″W / 45.5966667°N 94.1569444°W / 45.5966667; -94.1569444