When KOOP radio suffered two fires and nearly went off the air for good, their loyal listeners and supporters circled the wagons and showed the popular noncommercial radio station the love. And no one showed it better than classical station KMFA, which offered studio-broadcast space to the beleaguered KOOP. While KOOP continues to fundraise and provide their all-embracing blend of dependable community programming from KMFA's boards, news of their move into the old strip that used to house Tiny's Boots on the Eastside off Airport completes the circle, drawing the phoenix up from the ashes and out onto the airwaves where she belongs.
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