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88.3 public radio has returned, after storm

If you’ve noticed 88.3 on your local radio dial hasn’t been coming in the past few days, you’re right. But, now it’s back. The signal from KUNC out of Greeley, whose programs include National Public Radio and Diverse Music on Summit County’s 88.3, was disrupted due to a wet snow, which knocked a satellite dish askew. However, engineers fixed the problem Wednesday, said Sue Greene, president of the board of Summit Public Radio and TV.

– Kimberly Nicoletti


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