KGHI/KGHE OFF AIR - Temporarily!

We apologize, both KGHI and KGHE are off the air for the next few weeks. The KGHI tower was being lowered for maintenance when a strap broke and resulted in damage to two sections of the tower and the destruction of one of our antenna bays. In addition, our NICOM 2.5 kW transmitter failed for the 3rd time.

We are scrambling to get parts and replacements for the tower and to find a new transmitter to replace the failed NICOM transmitter. Please bear with us, we’ll be back on air as soon as possible. In the meantime, if you can, please make an extra donation to help cover these VERY unexpected costs.

We'd like to thank all of you who have joined or renewed during our membership drive. Your support is not just nice, it's necessary. And for those of you who have not yet sent in your tax-deductible donation, there is still time. Join and listen to classical music and more 24/7 on KGHI 91.1 and KGHE 89.1.



Now Airing 12 noon, Monday through Friday:

HARTMANN LIVE! Thom Hartmann joins the KGHI/KGHE lineup beginning Monday January 6th and presents "renaissance thinking about the issues of our day, every Monday - Friday, beginning January 6th 2014. Listen live from 12 noon to 1:00 pm daily.   For more info...

The Very Latest...

TEAMSTERS AND TURTLES TOGETHER AT LAST! An epic evening of music and fund-raising for your community public radio. Anne Feeney and Dana Lyons, July 5th, click here for more info.

Community Radio in Grays Harbor has just expanded its signal to a wider area. KGHI 91.1, Westport has a translator for East County through its translator KGHE 89.1, Elma. Now you can hear the rich programming of KGHI 24/7 in Central Park, Montesano, Elma, McCleary, Oakville and Malone. Click here to see a map of the coverage. KGHI 91.1 is in green and KGHE 89.1, Elma is in blue.

PLEDGE DRIVE - Yes, we need money

KGHI FM 91.1 needs your help! In order to continue to bring you the fabulous music and programming that you've come to expect from KGHI, we need your financial support. We are committed to adding East County to our listening area, but this requires additional equipment and it also expands our costs of providing that service. Won't you please take a moment today and help support Grays Harbor 1st full-power Community Public Radio station. Simply press the big orange button and make a generous tax-deductible donation via PayPal or your credit card. If you'd rather send a check, simply make it out to The Grays Harbor Institute at PO Box 1892, Westport, Washington 98595-1892.

We appreciate that you listen to KGHI FM 91.1.
We think it is really good radio.
Your donation helps to affirm that.

Help test our signal!

We are test driving our signal. When on the Harbor, tune into 91.1 FM and listen. We still need to upgrade a couple of pieces of hardware, so you may experience some "down time" but stay tuned and let us know what you think. Click here to see our current programming schedule.

On March 5th, 2011, volunteers joined together and helped raise our new 100 foot self-supported broadcast tower. See the photos by clicking here.

The Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera has begun its 2013 season. We present Live at the Met every Saturday during the season. Click here to view upcoming operas

Community Radio in the public interest is now a reality!

These are exciting times for the Harbor!

Community radio is a reality in Grays Harbor. We have been broadcasting since March, 2011 and have added local shows and exciting national programs to our anchor music broadcast. We are bringing new voices to the Harbor – Native American programming, alternative news, women's issues, programs discussing race, LGBT issues, science, sports, and more.

But we're not done! We are always looking for new shows and new music so let us hear from you with your ideas and suggestions.

The most exciting news is that we are expanding to East County with a translator that will soon go up near Arctic, which will allow us to reach to as far as McCleary, thanks to the support of our technical consultant, Dr. Sandi Woodruff. We received the license to broadcast at 89.1 FM under the call letters, KGHE - it will be the same great programming you hear on KGHI. We'll keep you updated on our progress.

We have had the good fortune of help from many wonderful volunteers and we are very grateful. We hope to expand our support, both financially and with in-kind donations of time and equipment as we continue to grow.

Please continue to tune in to 91.1 FM and tell your friends. And Thank You!