A lead we're checking from NorthPine.com, a radio industry news website:
"For the second time in a year, the strongest radio signal in Rochester is being sold. Gregory Jenson's Hometown Broadcasting of Rochester is selling KNXR/97.5 to Blooming Prairie Farm Radio for $3.2 million. Jenson had closed on his purchase of KNXR from Tom Jones' United Audio Corporation in late January and relaunched the station with a Hot Adult Contemporary format as "Pulse FM" in Februrary. In the meantime, Jones has been working to resurrect KNXR's longtime Easy Listening format online at 97Five.com, but there has been no update posted in two months. Blooming Prairie Farm Radio is owned by John Linder of Mankato and Lynn Ketelsen of Owatonna, who own three stations in the Owatonna area. The Linder family also owns thirteen radio stations in Mankato and southwestern Minnesota and operates the Linder Farm Network. Jenson also owns an AM-FM combo in the Austin/Albert Lea area."