RadioInsight reports that KCUA 92.5, Maeser, UT has been sold to Country Gold Broadcasting, which also owns KNEU 1250 Roosevelt. The sale price was only $100.00! Seems like a heck of a deal for a full power FM, so I'd be interested to know the story behind the sale.
Anyway... Classifying this as a full power FM could be misleading. It's a C3 (the only lower class available is an A) with 840 watts at 506 meters HAAT. Beyond that, it covers Vernal, Roosevelt and very little else. Vernal's population is about 10,000 and Roosevelt's is about 7,000. For comparison, the city of Ogden alone is about 87,000. It's a little station out in the middle of nowhere that was only moved there years ago to allow for the move of KUUU from 92.1 on the other side of the Oquirrhs to 92.5 hitting the Salt Lake Valley. Millcreek/3 Point unloaded it back in 2010 for $1 and didn't even bother writing up a contract.
I didn't intend for it to be interpreted that way, CA. I just thought it was unusual to see a station sell for a price even I could afford. Heck, even KOGN sold for $25K a few years ago, and it's a graveyard AM station. But it's in Ogden, which as you pointed out makes a difference in the number of potential listeners.
As for the full power (actually full service, my bad) FM designation, that's what it's classified as in the FCC database. But at 840 watts, that's stretching the meaning of "full power (service)" a bit.