KCIW’s Full Power Project
KCIW has a 1,000 WATT dream, but it will take “WATTS and WATTS” of money to make it happen. We need to raise $125,000 by November. Here’s why . . .
This week, Our Community host Candice Michel and Brookings CORE Response Executive Director Diana Cooper discuss the Janell Howard issue and the Point In Time Count that took place this past Friday in Brookings/Harbor. Hostt: Candice Michel; Guest: Brookings CORE...
This week on the Insider Report, Crissy Cooper is our guest talking about the upcoming Docktoberfest. Then Kat and Bruce give the scoop on what is going on in the area, including Karaoke Night at Lucky 7 Casino, the 1st Annual Broadband Business Expo at the Brookings...
How does providing basic affordable healthcare and housing for all of us lift our entire population? Join Our Community host Candice Michel and Brookings CORE Response Executive Director Diana Cooper as they discuss this and the new projects coming to town. Host:...
Quality Living show host Amanda Whittemore talks with singer-songwriter Greg Russell. Russell is a recording artist and guitar Instructor formerly signed with Suburban Noize Records. He toured and recorded with Kottonmouth Kings, Tommy Lee (Motley Crue), Jeremy Gaddie...
The Latest from KCIW NEWS
On this edition of KCIW's News Magazine Show Fourth Friday, you'll hear about good news in our community. Like how volunteers from the Community Garden at Timothy's Episcopal Church are getting locally grown, organic produce to seniors, and how the Brookings-Harbor...
Beacon Broadband, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, connected its 1,000th customer on June 15, 2023. What does that mean to the members of Coos Curry Electric Cooperative? CCEC CEO Brent Bischoff's Response to KCIW Questions Georgia...
Ballots for the Coos-Curry Electric Coop Board of Directors election were mailed to all Coop members on May 19, 2023. There are two open positions on the 7-member board, and four candidates campaigning for them. KCIW offered each candidate two minutes to make their...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg3lhzCZ9V8 There’s a lot of local interest in the three seats up for grabs on the Chetco Public Library Board in the upcoming election. KCIW reached out to Kellie Evans, who has publicly denounced current Library policies and...
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About KCIW 100.7FM
Founded in 2014, KCIW 100.7 FM is the leading community 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.
Showcasing The Arts
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.
We encourage students and other community members to participate in program production and station operation, allowing them to gain valuable verbal, organizational, and technical skills that can be used in other aspects of life.
Curry Coast Community Radio is looking for volunteers! No matter what you area of interest, skill level, or experience, we have a place for you. If you interested in joining our team, sign up and our volunteer coordinator will contact you with more information. We have immediate needs for …
- Station manager
- Program director
- Music director
- Show producers
- Broadcast engineer
- Sound engineer
- Event coordinator
- … and more