When it comes to Hydraulic Fracturing, the web of federal and state environmental regulations have things pretty well covered. That was the message of one former Department of Interior official to the Garfield County Energy Advisory board. KDNK's Eric Skalac has more.
Lynn Burton of the Sopris Sun speaks with January Jones about a lawsuit filed against Carbondale Police Chief Gene Schilling and officer Michael Zimmerman by a former employee at Heritage Park Care Center.
Dana Wood of LiveWell Garfield County speaks with KDNK's January Jones about $20,000 that is available in community grants for promoting healthy eating and active living.
Thank you KDNK members! We've reached our $65,000 goal on schedule again because of all you lovely listeners and participants. Our mission is to provide public access radio that connects community members to one another and the world. You are the connection!
In this week’s News Brief, Bente Birkeland summarizes the Denver EPA hearings and Eric Skalac has Cop Shop.
For most people, going out for a hike first requires some amount of driving, which can feel like a Catch-22 for the conservation-minded. In the current issue of environmental magazine High Country News, Craig Childs explores the conflict in his story “Motorheads Gone Wild”. On this edition of Sounds of the High Country, KDNK’s collaboration with the magazine, KDNK’s Eric Skalac talked to Childs about the dilemma of the ecological off-roader. You can read Craig Childs’ “Motorheads Gone Wild” at hcn.org. Also find past editions of this podcast at KDNK.org or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
On this week’s news brief, KDNK’s Eric Skalac talks to Aspen Times reporter Scott Condon about the El Jebel homicide.
This week motorists may see more Colorado State Patrol troopers on the roadways at night. On Monday, the annual nighttime Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement week began and runs through Sunday, July 27th.
It's been over a year since Gov. Hickenlooper issued an executive order calling for the creation of a state water plan. It won't be a legal document, but the plan is expected to make recommendations that will guide future water planning and funding decisions. The process is well underway with a deadline to deliver a draft plan by this December. As part of our radio series "Connecting the Drops" in partnership with Rocky Mountain Community Radio, Sam Fuqua brings us this update on the Colorado Water Plan.
On today’s news brief, KDNK’s January Jones speaks with reporter Grace Hood of KUNC for an inside look at the oil and gas related ballot initiatives voters may see in November.