|1479 Sanborn Road, Yuba City, CA 95993|
|Nevada County Broadcasters, Inc.|
KUBA-AM 1600/FM 95.5 is a radio station in Yuba City that plays "Classic Hits of the '60s and '70s" (focusing on such artists as Peter, Paul, and Mary; Elvis; the Beatles; Simon and Garfunkel; and the Beach Boys) along with local news, Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox baseball, Yuba City High School Honkers and River Valley High School Falcons football games, and a "Senior Talk" show for senior citizens. The FM station is a simulcast of the AM station, via FM translator K238AV, which is licensed to Yuba City.
Nevada County Broadcasters, Inc. also owns KNCO-FM Star 94.1.
KUBA-AM 1600 began independent broadcasting from Marysville in 1948. It broadcast at 500 watts until 1949, when the power was increased to 1,000 watts. In 1950, the studio was moved to the Hotel Marysville and acquired a dual-tower directional antenna system. In 1961, the power was increased to 5,000 watts, the level it has maintained ever since. The studio moved to 4th Street, Marysville, in 1963 and then to its current location in the early 1970s. KUBA was purchased by the Harlan family in 1983 and went through several format changes, including country music, "America's Best Music," and its current format. Its ownership merged with Nevada County Broadcasters, Inc., in 2004. In 2008, KUBA added a simulcast on FM 95.5.