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KWSS 106.7 FM Goes Off-Air, Still Streaming Online

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Local independent radio station KWSS 106.7 FM went off the air today.


The station, which we profiled in a cover story  this spring, is still streaming online at kwss.org and will continue hosting its popular The Morning Infidelity show from 6 to 10 a.m. MST on the Internet.

We called representatives from KWSS 106.7, who declined to comment today. They are expected to make an official statement tomorrow about why they've gone off air and the future of the station. Check back tomorrow for that official statement, and some words from KWSS personality Beef.

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