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Outage Report: October 2019

WYAR-FM is off the air as a result of wind storm damage at our transmitter site in Yarmouth on Thursday, 17 October. We are working to restore service as soon as practical, but do not yet have a firm estimate as to how long it will take. And, at risk of sounding mercenary, this unwelcome development could not have come at a more unfortunate moment, financially, and any tax-deductible additional gift earmarked for “Storm Damage Repair” will help insure a swift return to normal.

Gary D. King; (1934-2019)

     The Heritage Radio Society family mourns the passing of our founder, Gary D. King, on 28 August 2019, from complications of advanced Parkinson’s Disease. Gary built WYAR-FM in the basement of his home in Yarmouth after retiring from a long career in local broadcasting. Management of WYAR-FM has passed to a transition team and plan to which Gary himself contributed much over the course of the last several years, with the intention that WYAR-FM should continue in his vision as to what he called “The most important thing that I have done in my career.”

Please note that station email and telephone contact numbers have both changed effective October 2019

Text Box:

WYAR 88.3 fm


Copyright 2007-2019 Heritage Radio Society Inc.

Last Updated:   October 21, 2019


Heritage Radio Society Inc

PO Box 414   Yarmouth ME  04096

 Telephone: (207) 650-0581


To contact us:

Heritage Radio Society Inc, licensee and operator of WYAR-FM, is a 501(c)-3 non-profit corporation and member of


- The Maine Association of Non Profit Organizations (MANP)

- The Network For Good Community

- Maine Association of Broadcasters

- National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB)

Yarmouth (Greater Portland) Maine USA

If you require assistance accessing our Public Information File, contact Jim Brown; Assistant Station Manager, at 207.650-0581 or