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Former members, others sue KRFC

BY CARI MERRILL (original at Coloradoan web site)
CariMerrill@coloradoan.com

Five years after local grassroots radio station KRFC 88.9 FM went on the air, a group that includes station founders and former members is suing the station for straying from its initial mission.

March General Meeting

River Rock CoHousing is located near where north Sherwood Street ends in a "T" at Lee Martinez Park. 520 N. Sherwood is the address if you want to get an internet map.

There are four choices for automobile parking:

Birthday Pot-Luck

Bring food or beverage to share and relax with friends on our second birthday!

OFF THE AIR

By ETW Ioriginal at Rocky Mountain Chronicle)

On March 17, Open KRFC — a counter-movement of members and volunteers of KRFC 88.9 FM — celebrated its first year of resisting changes at the local community radio station.

SLIPPERY SUPPORT

Tuesday, 12 February 2008 (original at Rocky Mountain Chronicle)

Your story about changes in programming at KRFC (“KRFC Signs Off on Hightower,” January 17, News) seems to confirm what I suspected: Programs with a progressive point of view are slowly disappearing. I began to notice it this past autumn.

INGENUOUS CANCELLATION

Thursday, 31 January 2008 (original at Rocky Mountain Chronicle)

I have often thought that if Voltaire was reborn in twentieth-century America, Jim Hightower might possibly be his latest incarnation. I was saddened to read that Hightower’s daily commentary is the most recent public-affairs programming to be axed from KRFC’s schedule.

KRFC SIGNS OFF ON HIGHTOWER

By BRIAN HULL,, Rocky Mountain Chronicle
But the political commentator will still “agitate” for the Larimer Dems at their annual dinner.

Norberto Valdez - MLK 2007 Keynote

Keynote speech from the 2007 Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in Fort Collins

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35:00 minutes (16.02 MB)

Rich Shaffer - Democracy

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3:30 minutes (3.2 MB)

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Our library and FAQ provide a lot of background and original documents about what happened and is happening at KRFC, while this recent timeline captures more recent history. We have a discussion mailing list and an announcements mailing list and regular meetings, usually on the fourth Tuesday of the month (see the left-hand column for specifics). Please contact us to join a mailing list or ask questions about meetings.
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