Jeffrey Parker

General Manager

Jeffrey Parker is the Executive Director and General Manager of KZYX and Mendocino County Public Broadcasting. He comes from after working for 20 years in China. He has a journalism background and is very knowledgeable about new technologies and ways to communicate. Jeff will be be a strong supporter of making KZYX the indispensable community asset we all want it to be.

Jeffrey Parker

We in pastoral Mendocino county cherish our region’s reputation for growing some of the world’s finest wines, and the county is no slouch when it comes to pioneering craft breweries known across the country and beyond. But did you know Mendocino has been distilling some of the best hand-made brandies, whiskies, gins and other spirits?

The next KZYX Board Of Directors Meeting will take place Monday, July 16th, at 6:00pm on the Anderson Valley High School campus on Mountain View Road in Boonville.

KZYX board meetings are open to the public, there is always time for public comment, and we welcome all who wish to attend. 

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Fire erupted on Thursday afternoon east of Route 128 behind Elke Vineyards in Anderson Valley between Boonville and Philo, prompting a swift response from Anderson Valley firefighters and CalFire aircraft that largely suppressed the fire by early evening, authorities said.

The fire was reported around 3:30 p.m., and by 5 p.m. had burned 20-25 acres, CalFire said. By 7 p.m., CalFire firefighting helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft had been called off, and firefighters were seen mopping up after the blaze.

Travis Scott, Alison de Grassi

For those wishing to visit Mendocino — and for those who live here — a great deal of new activity is coming out of The Mendocino County Tourism Commission, starting with a new "Visit Mendocino" website, a splashy new media campaign and a new executive director, Travis Scott, known to many for his work with the Mendocino College Foundation and the local wine industry.

Fully 94 percent of Mendocino county enterprise comprises small businesses. While we understand the importance of buying local do we really understand how hard it is to be a local business owner? What new strategies are small businesses employing to keep their doors open? How are they helping our communities to flourish?