Last week, KDNK News brought you voices from the climate change train as it passed through Glenwood Springs on the way to New York City. There they joined with over 300,000 others for the People’s Climate March on Sunday. Volunteer KDNK Correspondent Will Roush was on scene and captured the sentiment and sounds. Click here for more about the march as Roush talks about his experiences with Amy Hadden Marsh on the Weekly News Brief.
Last week, water experts from around the state met in Grand Junction to discuss issues facing the Colorado River Basin. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh was there and has this report.
It’s the Radio Physics all women power half-hour with Sarah Gallagher, Associate Professor of Astronomy at the University of Ontario. High school students Sonya Padden, Jezzebel Lepe and Sara Fleming interview Gallagher about careers and women in science. Click here to listen or download.
September 22nd marked the Autumn Equinox but a few days before Crested Butte welcomed the change in the season with their annual pagan celebration, Vinotok. KDNK's January Jones has this audio journey through the festival and the trial of the grump...
In this week's news brief, John Stroud from the Glenwood Post Independent summarizes Thompson Divide recent developments. Carbondale Police Chief Gene Schilling warns of an uptick in phone scams.
During a work session this week, the Carbondale Town Trustees took on the issue of same sex marriage. KDNK’s January Jones has this report.
Activists from around the world are converging on downtown Manhattan on Sunday September 21 for the Peoples' Climate March, ahead of the United Nations global climate summit next week. On Tuesday, the Peoples' Climate Train with activists from California, Nevada, and Utah on board passed through Glenwood Springs on its way to the Big Apple. The train will pick up more participants along the way. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh was at the Amtrak station in Glenwood during the brief whistle stop and brings this report.
The process of creating the Carbondale Creative District took another step forward Monday night when close to 60 people turned out for a meeting. Amy Kimberly, director of Carbondale Council on the Arts and Humanities and spokesperson for the project, presented project history and updates, and asked the crowd to weigh in on a few logo ideas. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh was there and asked attendees about their impressions of the new Creative District.
On this week’s News Brief, we take a look at crime in Carbondale for the month of August.
The plan to replace the Glenwood Springs bridge is over budget and needs local funding. KDNK’s Mike Lemmer has this report.