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Curry Coast Community Radio, KCIW 100.7 FM, is pleased to announce it has received a $38,550 Building Community grant from Meyer Memorial Trust*. The funds are designated for upgrading KCIW’s website and development of a news department. We are deeply grateful to Meyer Memorial Trust for their support.

* Meyer Memorial Trust is a tax-exempt private foundation.


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Latest Shows

Reality Check: Finding Hope

This week on Reality Check, host Lee Tuley talks with Gordon Clay. He's a concerned citizen and long time advocate on issues like suicide and bullying. The topic is suicide, an especially important issue in this community. Resources: National Hopeline: 800-273-8255...

Active Healthy Aging: How to Maintain Functional Strength at Any Age

Welcome to Active Healthy Aging, hosted by Coach Ken Dobberpuhl. Each week Coach Ken discusses practical health/fitness strategies and topics to help regain, maintain, or improve health, and the movement practices that will support your activities of daily living. In...

The Insider Report: Upcoming Activities and Events for May 21 – 27, 2019 … and Beyond

In this edition of The Insider Report, hosts Bruce Ellis and Kat Temple share the latest news on the Brookings-Harbor entertainment scene. The 80th Annual Azalea Festival will take place May 24 through May 27 in Brookings. Events will include art, quilt, and car...

Ocean Mist Power Hour: Curry County Cruisers and Car Chat!

Guests Curtis Wohlgemuth and Mike King of the Curry County Cruisers talk all things cars with Ocean Mist Power Hour host Misty Young. In this far-ranging discussion, you'll hear about how this car club steps up, says "YES!" and supports the community. In just the last...

Our Community: Azalea Park Foundation

There's a magical place in Azalea Park called the Formal Gardens, that you can spend hours walking through, especially in the Spring with all the azaleas and rhodies in bloom. Tune in to this edition of Our Community as host Candice Michel chats with Teresa Lawson and...

Featured Shows

Reality Check: Mauri’s Birds

This week on Reality Check, host Lee Tuley interviews a local writer, Berma Matteson, who just published Mauri’s Birds, a novel about an autistic woman and the people who love her, and how they come to understand her. Host: Lee Tuley Guest: Berma Matteson Producers:...

Discussion at Brookings Café: The Knowledge Bowl

Discussion at Brookings Café is a potpourri of topics around a table where anybody can join in the discussion. This show represents a place where the community of Brookings and the surrounding areas can discuss what concerns us as coastal residents. The...

Ocean Mist Power Hour: Getting to Know Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper

In this edition of Ocean Mist Power Hour, get to know Brookings Oregon Mayor Jake Pieper as he shares his thoughts about our beautiful community, his service as Mayor, his favorite hikes, and his priorities for this slice of heaven we call home.   Host: Misty...

Reality Check: Energy Security

This week on Reality Check, host Lee Tuley talks with Shannon Souza, a professional engineer specializing in sustainability issues, who also sits on the board of the Oregon Solar Energy Industry Association. The topic is energy security -- do we have enough energy,...

Ocean Mist Power Hour: How Does Sustainability Stack Up?

Find out what a dead whale taught Ocean Mist Power Hour guest Ellery West, CEO of Organic Essence as he shares his philosophies and approaches to sustainable, healthy product development. When the USDA extended the previously food only organic certification and...

Reality Check: Finding Hope

This week on Reality Check, host Lee Tuley talks with Gordon Clay. He's a concerned citizen and long time advocate on issues like suicide and bullying. The topic is suicide, an especially important issue in this community. Resources: National Hopeline: 800-273-8255...

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide a platform in our community for the free exchange of artistic expression, information, and differing points of view, and to encourage cooperation and collaboration among our local government entities, schools, service groups, other non-profits, and population segments whose voices are often not heard, such as veterans, the elderly, elementary, middle, and high school students, and indigenous people, to strengthen our sense of community and work toward a better future for all residents of Curry County.

Our Programming


Our music is eclectic, with an emphasis on local musicians. Stay tuned for more diversity, including blues, classical, and old-time rock. This station is a work in progress!


Interviews with local leaders, office-holders, and interesting people | Round-table discussions on subjects of local interest | Call-in talk shows

Special Interest

Special interest programming on topics such as, fishing, hiking, health and wellness, cooking, gardening, pets, and others.

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