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Cascade Radio Group consists of five local radio stations including KGMI and sister stations KISM, KBAI, KAFE, and KPUG.

Address:
2219 Yew Street Road
Bellingham, WA 98229

Business Office: 360-734-9790
Fax: 360-733-4551

Studio Line: 360-676-KGMI (5464)
24-Hour News Tips: 360-733-4564
Email News Tips: kgmi@kgmi.com
General Questions/Comments: kgmi@kgmi.com

Events/KGMI Bullentin Board: Email Bob CarterSubmit Online

KGMI 790, licensed in Bellingham, WA, is operated under provisions of the FCC by Saga Broadcasting, LLC. dba Cascade Radio Group.

Directions From I-5:
Exit on Lakeway. Go east one mile. Right turn on Yew Street. Go 1.8 miles, we’re on the right side of the street.

General Manager: Don Kurtis
Business Manager: Nancy Tuppeny
Sales Manager (Advertisement Inquries): Don Kurtis
Promotions Director: Scotty VanDryver
Brand Manager/Host of The Morning Show: Dillon Honcoop
News Anchor: Joe Teehan
News Director: Tracy Ellis
Senior Producer: Alex Gray
News Reporter: Karen Taylor
Morning Producer: Shanna Sheridan
News Reporter: Peter Wagner


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