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Carbondale Town Trustees Tuesday granted 2 event liquor licenses, approved an expansion at White House Pizza and an extension of a license for a marijuana testing lab, and appointed a noxious weed task force. Here, Trustee Allyn Harvey talks with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about trustee/mayor pay raises, domestic cat regulations, and other meeting highlights.
The West Nile virus struck a Boulder County horse on July 25 and a Mesa County man earlier this month. West Nile is carried by only one kind of mosquito and July is usually when the disease shows up. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports.
Economic certainty was on the minds of NW Colorado officials, who were on hand to talk to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell in Glenwood Springs on Friday, July 17. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
The US Forest Service approved a portion of Deep Creek, on the southeast corner of the Flat Tops, as suitable for Wild & Scenic status in July. The next step is Congressional designation. But, the process started three decades ago, when members of the local Sierra Club and other environmentalists, including Beverly Compton, noticed that Deep Creek needed some kind of protection. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh recently spoke with Compton about what makes Deep Creek worth it.
Tularemia, or Rabbit Fever, is on the rise in Colorado. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports. Click here for more information about the disease and prevention tips.
The Carbondale and Rural Fire District is writing a new master plan to prioritize services and set a financial path for the next few years. KDNK's January Jones has more about results of a public survey on how the District is doing.
Carbondale Town Trustees heard about a mid-valley health study, among other items at Tuesday's meeting. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh speaks with Mayor Stacey Bernot.
The Colorado Department of Transportation launched Bustang-- an express bus service that runs a round-trip route from Glenwood Springs to Denver once a day. KDNK’s January Jones has more.
Garfield County Manager Drew Gorgey's abrupt resignation last week comes on the heels of the hasty departure of county attorney Frank Huftless. Many are questioning the reasons behind the departures. County Commissioner Tom Jankovski has called it hubris on both sides, while Commissioner John Martin is saying it’s personality conflicts. Gorgey isn't talking to the media. But a conversation back in April between KDNK's January Jones and Gorgey may suggest there’s an ethics issue in play on his part. In this segment, Gorgey talks about the professional code of ethics he and other government managers adhere to how he applied them in his role as Garfield County Manager.
A memorial fund for infant homicide victim Sarah Ogden is in the works, reports KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh. And, a community memorial service for her is planned for Friday, July 10, at Cottonwood Park in Parachute at 6:30 PM.