This is just too unbelievable to be true, so I'm posting it here. A member of a Facebook group is claiming that the FCC has granted a construction permit (CP) for 1660 AM to a group (company?) in West Valley City. Here's the kicker: he claims that the construction permit is for 25 kW unlimited, when the power limits for AM X band stations are 10 kW days and 1 kW nights. It appears to me that someone is trolling, but if you have a Facebook account you can read the comments and judge for yourself:
I know the FCC has done some crazy things in the past, but granting a construction permit for 25 kW on 1660 with KBJA just 20 kHz away would be insane, especially since KTKK is moving to 1640 in a couple of days.
Oh it's definitely a troll. Or an April Fools joke. The only station with anything in the X-band within 100 miles of West Valley is KBJA. No construction permits, no applications, nothing. And that's not false, I just checked. It might have given the United Broadcasting people a heart attack though.
I figured as much, but just for giggles I checked the broadcast actions section of the FCC's daily digest for April 2017. There was nothing in any of the DD for April about a construction permit for 25 kW station on 1660 anywhere in the U.S. The same poster's comment about the trustee for KEGH-FM selling the station for cash recently is only slightly more believable.