C-2020 is a coaltion of the Carbondale Board of Trustees, Carbondale Environmental Board, CLEER and CORE. They are seeking community input at a meeting tonight on a proposed carbon fee that would be added to natural gas and electric bills in Carbondale, for a five-year period.
Dave Foreman is a co-founder of Earth First!, friend to author Ed Abbey, and has written several books, including The Conservation Divide, which was published in 2014. Foreman stopped by KDNK this week prior to an event in Aspen and spoke with Amy Hadden Marsh. Here, they discuss conservation and respecting the land. Click here to hear the entire interview on KDNK's Valley Voices. Click here to find out what Dave is doing now.
Tonight, the Carbondale Trustees are set to approve the 2016 budget for next year. Carbondale Mayor Stacy Bernot spoke to KDNK’s January Jones about how much money it takes to run the town.
A Carbondale marijuana shop was robbed at gunpoint Monday. According to Carbondale PD, suspects made off with $1,000 and some marijuana and marijuana concentrate. The suspects were charged with two Class 2 felonies of aggravated robbery of a controlled substance and conspiracy as well as a misdemeanor charge of false imprisonment. Two suspects in their 20s are from Glenwood Springs. A 19-year old suspect is from Silt. They are being held at the Garfield County Jail on $100,000 bonds. A 17-year old juvenile suspect was released to his parents. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
Last Friday, a gunman killed three people and wounded others who were in and around a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs. After a standoff inside the clinic, Robert Dear of Hartsel, Colorado surrendered to police. KRCC is a partner station with KDNK in the Rocky Mountain Community Radio Network. For this week’s News Brief, January Jones speaks with KRCC News Director Andrea Chalfin about how the community is dealing with the aftermath.
The US Forest Service released its final decision Thursday on future oil and gas drilling on the White River National Forest. The plan identifies Forest Service lands available for oil and gas leasing, and protects resources on the surface. And, as KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh reports objections to the decision came from conservationists and industry representatives alike.
KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh talks to Scott Condon of the Aspen Times about proposed development from Basalt to Glenwood Springs.
The KDNK membership has approved our bylaws changes and elected three board members. Congratulations to Shirley Aguilar, Diane Johnson and Andrea Korber. Jenny Johnson was appointed to fill a board vacancy.
Police in Colorado Springs captured a suspect Friday evening in the shootings at Planned Parenthood offices that began that afternoon. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
Montana-based singer/songwriter Sharon Iltis is Amy Hadden Marsh' guest for a special Thanksgiving show. Click here to listen to the show. Click here to find out more about Sharon.