Fishermen are enjoying a bounty right now, reports Dave Kuehn of the Oregon South Coast Fishermen. The Chetco Community Public Library holds a family-friendly Fall Carnival and Volunteer Fair this week, and Stagelights hosts a 60's Celebration with a long list of...
Live theater fans will enjoy the light-heated Halloween variety show opening this week at the Chetco Playhouse. If monsters aren't your thing, the Ellensburg Theater in Gold Beach continues its one-act plays on stage. Jason Liddell stops by to announce auditions for a...
Are we ready? The Cascadia event is often the most talked about of our potential disasters, but we actually have a assortment of risks ranging from roads washing away during winter storms, to wildfires like the Chetco Bar Fire and the Biscuit Fire before it, to the...
What are the issues surrounding the latest move to restrict access to certain books based on content? Join Our Community host Candice Michel this week as she and Chetco Community Public Library Director Julie Retherford discuss the petitions, the concerns, and the...
The Latest from KCIW NEWS
A group of concerned citizens wants to know what’s going on behind closed doors at Coos-Curry Electric Coop regarding Beacon Broadband, a high-speed fiberoptic broadband internet service started by CCEC. KCIW News reports on the citizen group's first public meeting,...
Recent accusations of corruption during Curry County Board of Commissioners meetings prompted KCIW to take a closer look at the people in charge of our county. Is there corruption here? KCIW conducted more than a dozen interviews over a four month period to find out,...
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative Board Member Georgia Cockerham was censured by the CCEC Board President and removed from her office as a Beacon Broadband Board Member. Beacon Broadband is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative. Its mission is to...
You’ve probably heard about the lawsuit the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon and Father Bernie Lindley of St. Timothy’s Church filed against the City of Brookings. The suit says the city violated St. Tim’s First and 14th Amendment constitutional rights when it passed an...
KCIW is the only community radio station serving the local Brookings-Harbor community . . . and beyond.
See what’s upcoming on our weekly program schedule.
Become A Member
You can support KCIW by becoming a member.
Help keep YOUR Radio Station on the air!
Are you passionate about something and want to share your passion with others?
About KCIW 100.7FM
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.
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