Mendocino County Radio Stations
KZYX: 90.7 or 91.5 or 88.1
KZYX is community Public Radio for all of Mendocino County and beyond. We are news, information, culture and entertainment from around the globe and from just around the corner. We're a member-owned public radio nonprofit with nationally syndicated programs from NPR, PRI, APM and Pacifica and we are community raido with locally produced programs from friends and neighbors. And when there are fires, road closures or other emergencies, we're the best place to go on the radio dial.
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Location:
9300 Highway 128, Philo, CA
Fax: 707-895-2451:
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KOZT 95.3
Phone:
1-800-39-Coast or (800) 585-0095 or(707)
Location:
CA
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KUNK 92.7
The Skunk Radio is an American radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary format.
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CA
KMKX 93.5
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Location:
1100 Hastings Rd, Ukiah, CA
KWINE 94.5
You'll hear the latest trending new music by today's top artists. We are the only station with local personalities and local news, weather, & traffic as well as information about what is going on in our communities. Our live, interactive contests and remote broadcasts keep as an active part of our community.
Phone:
Location:
1100 Hastings Rd, Ukiah, CA  95482
Email:
PSA@kwine.com
Fax: 707-462-4670:
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KQPM 105.9
Phone:
Location:
140 N Main St, Lakeport, CA
Email:
pthomas@bicoastal.media
Fax: 707-293-0939:
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The Tee 99.5
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Location:
140 N Main St, Lakeport, CA
Email:
pthomas@bicoastal.media
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KXBX 98.3
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Location:
140 N Main St, Lakeport, CA
Email:
pthomas@bicoastal.media
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KUKI 103.3; KLLK Radio 1250 AM
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Location:
KUKI Lane, Ukiah, CA  95482
Email:
pthomas@bicoastal.media
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GNG Radio
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Location:
10810 Palette Dr, Mendocino, CA
KGUA 88.3 Radio
To provide timely and accurate reports of local and state events, including weather, news and community events. To offer a forum open to all residents of the area for the discussion of public issues. To broadcast and produce a diversity of programs designed to educate, entertain and inform. To reach and engage all voices in our coastal listening area. To develop programs in a multilingual format in order to serve our Pomo and Latino community members in the languages they speak and understand. To collaborate on youth projects. To invite community participation through outreach and training in broadcasting and journalism.
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Location:
PO Box 574, Gualala, CA
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KYOE Radio 102.3
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Location:
135 Hay PKWY, Point Arena, CA
KTDE 100.5
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Location:
PO Box 1557, Gualala, CA
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KMFB FM 92.7
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Location:
CA
Mendocino County Technology Resources
EveryoneOn
We help bring low - cost internet service and affordable computers to those who need it.
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Emergency Broadband Benefit Program
Provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low - income households.
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Otter.ai
Otter.ai uses AI to write automatic meeting notes with real-time transcription, recorded audio, automated slide capture, and automated meeting summaries.
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Online,
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Mendocino County Free Phone
enTouch Wireless
To get a Free phone, you must have on hand: Government ID, Last four numbers of your social security number, Physical Address (no PO box), Valid Email Address, Eligibility documentation (SNAP, Medicaid/Medical, SSI, Free Lunch, etc).
Phone:
SMS/Text:
707-640-5870
Location:
Mendocino County, , CA
Mendocino County News Papers
Anderson Valley Advertiser
The Anderson Valley Advertiser (AVA), Boonville's weekly newspaper, was founded in 1956 by Homer Mannix. In 1984, Bruce Anderson purchased the paper and changed its focus, emphasizing environmental and political issues. Since then it has consistently published — among the news of local fire district controversies and county supervisor meetings — some of the most imaginative and well-written articles and stories found in the American press. Because of the quality of output, and its independent nature, this small-town weekly has earned a national circulation as the last of the old fashioned newspapers, unbeholden to advertisers, or even its readers. You haven’t read another paper like it because there isn’t one.
Phone:
Location:
12451 Anderson Valley Way, Boonville, CA  95415
Email:
editor@theava.com
Fax: 707-895-3355:
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Hometown Shopper
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Location:
CA
Fax: 707-462-3550:
Independent Coast Observer
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Location:
38500 S. Highway 1, Gualala, CA  95445
Mendocino Beacon
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Location:
450 N. Franklin, Fort Bragg, CA
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
The very first newspaper in Santa Rosa – the parent of today’s Press Democrat, was begun in 1857, just three years after Santa Rosa was chosen as the seat of Sonoma County and seven years after California became a part of the United States.
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CA
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Ukiah Daily Journal
The Ukiah Daily Journal, as a news gathering organization, is proud to share the longest continual historic record of Mendocino County, California. Founded in 1860, it has been a source of news and a record of the historic events of Mendocino County ever since.
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Location:
Ukiah, CA  95482
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Willits News
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Location:
Willits, CA  95490
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Lake County Radio Stations
Lake County Technology Resources
Lake County Free Phone
Lake County News Paper
Del Norte Radio Stations
Del Norte Technology Resources
Del Norte Free Phone
Del Norte News Paper
Humboldt Radio Stations
Humboldt Technology Resources
Humboldt County Free Phone
Humboldt County News Paper