Tom Lafferty sits in the broadcast booth at KRKO 1380 AM on July 12 in Everett. KRKO is replacing its daytime sports-talk programming with music after 16 years, though the station will continue to broadcast local sports events. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Tom Lafferty sits in the broadcast booth at KRKO 1380 AM on July 12 in Everett. KRKO is replacing its daytime sports-talk programming with music after 16 years, though the station will continue to broadcast local sports events. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

KRKO stops talking sports but will still broadcast games

The Everett station now plays music but will still cover Silvertips, AquaSox and high school games.

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