It would be helpful if it was legible.
Getting an outdoor antenna with some VHF chops should fix that. Outside of rabbit ears, most indoor antennas are relatively lacking in VHF. Yours is particularly lacking if it can't pull in KETA.I have an indoor antenna but struggle on pulling in the high vhf stations.
It is possible that the antenna's design has a bump at the low end of the VHF high band in order to give the appearance of better specs than it really has. The gain curves are not always gently sloped and the figures cited are averages.I can get koco but not keta
I'll second the CM-3010HD for an under $25 UHF/VHF small antenna for outside mounting. Ebay has many listed with free shipping.It shouldn't require a whole lot of antenna to pick up all of the channels marked with LOS. Going forward you'll have two VHF-high channels (RF7 and RF9) so you probably don't want to cut yourself off at the knees by using a UHF-only antenna. I'd guess that as long as you don't have designs on burying your antenna in an attic or basement, pretty much any 30-50 mile antenna would do for a household. For a single TV, an indoor antenna (that supports RF7) may work fine.
Something along the lines of the Channel Master CM-3010HD (~$20) is what I'd be looking at.
If you can't live without KBZC, you'll need to go through some hoops otherwise all the other towers are within 5 degrees of each other.
Cody where do you have the antenna aimed? Your asking us if you moved the antenna enough, we can't see you moving the antenna so you will have to give us more information.Ok need some help I put the 3010HD antenna with the cm 3090 mast. I get 50 channels over the 23 from before but channel 4 kfor and 34 kocb pixelate alot and cant watch it i moved the antenna a few times but nothing helped. Is it because i have it split between two tvs? Or am i not moving it enough in the right direction.