In this week's edition of the Insider Report, Bruce Ellis and Kat Temple tell us about the event and entertainment news for Brookings-Harbor and the surrounding area, including local music events and some of the many safe family-friendly Halloween celebrations. Kat...
This week on Building Bridges, host Candice Michel and Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper discuss the issue and value of fairness, and how that thread runs through our lives and our government. Host: Candice Michel; Guest: Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper The opinions expressed...
In this week's edition of the Insider Report, Bruce Ellis and Kat Temple tell us about the event and entertainment news for Brookings-Harbor and the surrounding area, including our local music events and upcoming Halloween fun. Kat discusses the British TV series...
How much is enough? This question is always interesting, but even more so when talking about wealth distribution and taxes. Join Building Bridges host Candice Michel and Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper as they take a look at where we've been, where we're headed, and what...
KCIW Interviews Candidates in the November Election
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“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.
Brookings-Harbor School District Superintendent Talks About What to Expect for the Start of the New School Year
Audio Report The new school year begins on Tuesday, September 8, and Brookings-Harbor School District Superintendent David Marshall says things will operate differently this year because of COVID-19. Listen as KCIW News reporter Lori Gallo Stoddard talks with...
Getting Ready for Fire Season 2020 – A Telephone Discussion Led by Curry County Commissioner Court Boice
Audio Report How prepared is Curry County in the event of another catastrophic wild fire? In a telephone meeting lead by Curry County Commissioner Court Boice on June 4, 2020, federal, state, and local officials discuss forest fire readiness in Southwest Oregon...
Audio Report Curry County Commissioner candidate Shelia Megson says an “overzealous, unqualified” building inspector “attempted to trample on our rights” when an “unsafe to occupy” notice was posted on property she owns and shares with Bill Bailey in Sixes in November...
This EpisodeYou Will Learn What the Board of Commissioner are doing to prepare for COVID-19 How Curry County, Curry Health Network, Oregon Health Authority are working together Sues advice to Curry County residents. Resources & Links Curry County COVID-19...
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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.
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