Radio News – Native Nations leaving KRFC

One of KRFC’s longest running programs is being retired by its host … according to this email that came across today.

Hello All:

I’m writing to announce that after 8 1/2 years on the air, Native Nations and I are leaving KRFC. Native Nations and I are going in a new direction, and I’m following the call. My last show was on Tuesday, September 6. I’ve enjoyed being a part of KRFC, from the beginning, when it was known as Public Radio For The Front Range, (I still have my PRFR T-shirt).

Over the years, there have been a lot of fun times, and there were some difficult, and sad ones. I will cherish those memories for the rest of my life.

I will miss some very special friends that I have made at KRFC, over the years, who will always remain dear to my heart, (you know who you are).  I wish KRFC great success in meeting its goals, with its new format.

In closing, I would like to say, “Thanks For The Memories.”

Sincerely,
Bo Johnson
Director, Native Nations Foundation

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