Many entertainment events are coming up soon, and Bruce and Kat have the details. Local musicians are performing live in many venues around the area, the Festival of Art in the Park is happening this weekend at Azalea Park in Brookings, and the always popular Pirates...
In this segment of Our Community, host Candice Michel, Brookings CORE Response Exec Director Diana Cooper, and St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Pastor Fr. Bernie Lindley discuss the latest COVID testing at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church and the continuing hassle of...
We get the details about the area's busy event season from Bruce and Kat. Guest Rich Heap of the Oregon South Coast Fishermen updates us on local fishing news. There are many live performances around town, the Chetco Pelican Players give performances and classes, and...
What do you do if you're a small coastal community populated by retirees on fixed incomes, working class families, and mill workers, and housing prices have gone up so far and so fast that you can't find affordable housing? How does a community like that prosper and...
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Another contentious Curry County Board of Commissioners meeting tool place on June 23, 2021. Commissioner Court Boice accused Treasurer Dave Barnes of conducting a political witch hunt. All of this because of a check for $3,276.00 written to Mr. Boice from County...
You’ve likely heard the Curry County Board of Commissioners voted to transfer our local health authority to the Oregon Health Authority on April 16, 2021. That move is permitted under Oregon law if a county can’t fulfill its Public Health Service obligations. As of...
KCIW News: Commissioner Paasch Comments on County Commissioners Vote to Transfer Health Authority to the State
Curry County's Public Health Department will soon be in the hands of the state. During a special meeting on April 16, 2021, The County Board of Commissioners voted to transfer the local Health Authority to the Oregon Health Authority at the earliest convenience....
Former Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper’s Facebook Chats
“In an attempt to better reach the community, I began doing live webcasts Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 6pm. I try to answer questions, provide context for decision making, explain decisions made, and better connect with people of Brookings.
This is an outlet for the community to better understand local government and know their Mayor. I only represent my personal views and not the City of Brookings or the Brookings City Council.”
– Mayor Jake Pieper
You can watch Mayor Pieper’s chats live at Mayor Pieper’s “dining room chats” Facebook page. Past chats can be viewed anytime at Mayor Pieper’s “dining room chats” Facebook page, or you can listen to the audio-enhanced for easier listening on KCIW’s Mayor Pieper Facebook chats page.
UPDATE: Jake Pieper resigned from his position as Mayor of Brookings on April 13, 2021. He talks about the reasons he resigned in the 31st episode of KCIW’s Building Bridges program recorded on April 14.
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Founded in 2014, KCIW 100.7 FM is the leading public radio station serving the local Brookings-Harbor community and surrounding areas with a blend of music, various news, public affairs, and a range of programs.
We provide a forum for local government officials and community leaders to dialog with the public through interviews, round-table discussions, and forums.
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We showcase local arts, music, literary, and drama through the broadcast of locally-produced music, radio drama, poetry and prose readings, and interviews with musicians, artists, and authors.
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