A ranchhand in Marshall is among the first fans of West Marin's new radio station, KXCF. Lisa Radke works at Barinaga Ranch to the tunes of Open Sky Radio's new frequency, which features jukebox-style music and a handful of West Coast DJs.   David Briggs
A tiny radio station has quietly begun broadcasting from a Marshall sheep ranch, playing commercial-free music 24 hours a day. The station, KXCF, is about as small as it gets: At 10 watts, the antenna is just powerful enough to reach the west shore of Tomales Bay.  It’s a passion project for

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