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todayJanuary 26, 2022


Ron King


Being born and raised around music, both recorded and performed, has provided me the opportunity to listen to the various styles. Took me awhile to appreciate the genre, but ever since it’s been an integral part of me. Jazz music has often been called “America’s Gift to the Arts”, and has been adopted, and is played worldwide. My goal is to provide listeners with a rich diversity of sound called “Jazz”. Send comments to

Carolyn & Steve Crandall


The Crandalls were Precinct Captains at the polls in 2010 and 2012, managing four polling places. Both are avid writers and have been published in many newspapers, on line blogs and magazines.

They retired in 2015 and moved to Newport, Oregon, where they remain engaged in political activism, are past chairs of the Lincoln County Democratic Committee, and hosting “Stronger Together” on KYAQ 91.7FM.

Gilbert “Gib” Bernhardt


Gilbert “Gib” Bernhardt, an Oregon Coast Community College adjunct instructor of geology hosts “Classical Music for Everyone”. The program features a foray into all forms of classical music, including Lincoln County musicians. He is also on the Board of Directors for the station. When not teaching, airing a broadcast, or playing music with local groups, he works as a consulting geo-archaeologist. He has two Bachelor of Science degrees from Lamar University in secondary education and geology, a Master of Science degree in geology from Baylor University, and has three years completed towards a PhD in geology from Baylor University.

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Board Member Our Board consist of all volunteers who apply their skills as organizers, community developers, and not-for-profit board experience to the radio station. Franki Trujillo-Dalbey Franki became the Director of the Board in September, 2015. Franki Trujillo-Dalbey earned a Bachelor’s degree in Intercultural Communication from Marylhurst University, Oregon. She went on to complete a Master’s in Intercultural Communication and then a doctorate in Urban Studies & Community Development from Portland State University, while a faculty member in the Communication […]

todayJanuary 26, 2022