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As we move into the new year, we at KMUD Redwood Community Radio are grateful for another year with you. In the past twelve months, there has been a lot of change here at the station. We have welcomed new programmers, staff and volunteers, and said goodbye to some beloved community members. As always, the show goes on. We are so grateful for the energy and support of our community, and are looking forward to new programs, exciting developments, and continued creativity here at the station.

KMUD Welcomes New Station Manager

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Redwood Community Radio is happy to announce the hire of Alyssa deLeon as Station Manager. She will start on Friday, August 23rd. DeLeon commented, “I grew up listening to KMUD on dirt roads and am so excited to be a part of the family. I’m excited to bring my leadership, creativity and organizational skills to KMUD and…

Awards at Members Meeting / Appreciation Party January 27, 2019

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KMUD / Redwood Community Radio wants to thank the community for coming out to participate in our annual Members Meeting and Appreciation Party on Sunday, Jan. 27 at the Mateel. Both the meeting and the party were well attended and a very productive exchange of information took place concerning KMUD’s current status, including the station’s…

Storm Impairs KMUD Radio’s 90.3 Signal

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Storms on April 11 are the cause of signal impairment for Redwood Community Radio’s KLAI (90.3 FM). Update May 3, 2017On Tuesday, May 2nd professional climbers from Six Rivers Communications in Eureka installed a signal antenna to restore service to much of the area served by the original antenna array. Due to the nature of the…

Testing nitrate levels in well water

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A new interactive online search tool, called “Is My Property Near a Nitrate-Impacted Water Well”, was recently posted by the State Water Resources Control Board. The tool alerts users if privately owned water wells are located within 2,000 feet of a nitrate-impacted well – defined as a water well with at least one detection of nitrate…

How to Improve Radio Reception

How to Improve Radio Reception

(With thanks to Colorado Public Radio for much of this info) All radio reception is affected by distance, physical obstacles and other broadcast signals. But often the handicaps imposed on radio signals can be lessened with relatively simple enhancements. Below are some general tips and a few examples of the kinds of antennas that may…

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