Pooling is a technique that dates back decades. It's a state law that requires drilling companies to pay landowners for their mineral rights. But the law can also benefit drilling companies ... landowners that don't want to sell their mineral rights can be forced to do so. Here to discuss pooling is KDNK's Conrad Wilson with Mark Jaffe, energy report for The Denver Post.
Grand plans for the property adjacent to CRMS have been a perennial item on the town agenda. At times proposals have packed meeting rooms and bitterly divided the town, but last night Carbondale Town trustees moved toward possible approval of 125,000 square feet of commercial space and 164 dwellings, and neighbors raised no real objections. KDNK’s Marilyn Gleason reports on the Village at Crystal River.
Senator Michael Bennet held a town hall meeting in Carbondale Monday. Traditionally lawmakers make an effort to meet with constituents during Congress’s August recess. KDNK’s Conrad Wilson says Bennet responded to issues as wide-ranging as the audience.
There’s a chance that several Colorado counties could be required to offer ballots in Spanish in the November election. But they’re still waiting to hear back on a ruling from the US Justice Department. As KDNK’s Conrad Wilson reports that delay from the feds is cost counties big.
Thievery Corporation is one of the top live shows today. But little is known about how they got their start. KDNK's Conrad Wilson spoke with Rob Graza, one of the co-fouders of the group.
Last night Carbondale Trustees got an update on how local business are doing. Some big topics were how to best market the town, the on-going comprehensive plan, and First Friday. Following her presentation, KDNK's Conrad Wilson spoke with Sherri Harrison, who heads up the Carbondale Chamber of Commerce.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, a non-profit in Snowmass Village, filed suit against it's ex-bookkeeper, Marlana Lu Howell. Howell is currently serving a 4-year prison sentence after she embezzled over $700,000 from the organization. KDNK's Riley Skinner has more.
Steel artifacts from the World Trade Center arrived in Denver Monday. They will be part of next month's commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. KDNK’s Daniel Costello reports.
High-profile entrepreneur, philanthropist and billionaire Charles Wyly, died in a car accident Sunday on Highway 82 at the age of 77. Wyly was originally from Dallas, but owned property in Woody Creek. According to the Colorado State Patrol, Wyly was leaving the Aspen Airport when he was hit by an on-coming car while crossing Highway 82. KDNK’s Riley Skinner has more.