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April 19, 2011


Donkey Flybye

That is sad news indeed,not that long ago KUSF was taken over and now this. Thanks for the heads up Liz.

Mark Piepkorn

I'm a show host at WOOL-LP in Bellows Falls VT, a couple towns up from WVEW. It was a really big fire, and a really huge loss. We're doing what we can to help our Brattleboro neighbors, and invite the listeners of the tremendous WFMU to hear Wendy's eloquent call to aid. I don't think it can be said better than she did. Please read it again:

"It's crucial to send the message to WVEW that we support community radio, even when we don't live in that community. A community doesn't have to confine itself to geography. Please consider sending a donation to WVEW, no matter the amount. Don't let WVEW believe a fire can keep them down. They were born of the rubble of an FCC take-down. If they can survive that, they can survive this. And you can help. Thank you."

Mark Piepkorn

Brattleboro Community Radio 107.7 Press Release and comments -

James Bair

Very sad news. No one was hurt right? That's the most important thing. I think the station will not only survive but it will come back stronger. Never underestimate the power of the people to show compassion in times of need like this. The community will band together and help rebuild the station and get it back on the air.

James Bair
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