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Radio Station KYAY Is Lifeline For Apache Tribe

Sep 3, 2013 (Morning Edition) — In eastern Arizona, there's a tiny, 1900 watt radio station that's marking its first year on the air. KYAY is licensed to and owned by the San Carlos Apache Tribe. For many of the isolated reservation's 13,000 or so residents, it's the outlet for community information, news and a lot of entertainment.

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