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KYRS to mark 11th year

The KYRS-Thin Air Community Radio will celebrate its 11th anniversary Nov. 15 with a party and silent auction at Riverside Place – the former Masonic Center – in downtown Spokane.

Tickets to the event are $15, with kids younger than 13 admitted free. There will be live music by Milonga, silent-auction items and local ales and cider from Iron Goat Brewing, Paradise Creek Brewing and Liberty Cider Works.

KYRS is a volunteer, listener-supported station heard on 92.3 & 88.1 FM and streaming at

Tickets are available at the station’s website or by calling (509) 747-3012.

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