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Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright made a return visit to Carbondale's Thunder River Theatre December 29th. And, despite the snowstorm, was welcomed by a standing-room-only crowd. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh sat down with Dr. Albright with questions about Cuba, U.S. strategy in the Middle East and other issues. Listen to the complete interview.
Colorado Department of Transportation closed Highway 24 into Leadville due to the second rockslide this year in the same place. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports that even though CDOT is patching the road, Leadville locals would like to see a more permanent fix.
A failure of the heating system at St. Vincent’s hospital in Leadville has snowballed into a full closure of the hospital. So far multiple services have already shut down. St. Vincent’s CEO Joyce Beck spoke to KDNK’s January Jones about the latest developments.
In Part 3 of our planning series, Carbondale Town Planner Janet Buck explains the town's Unified Development Code, or UDC, and its update to KDNK's January Jones.
Over nine million dollars and 16 years later, the changes at State Highway 133 and Main Street in Carbondale are nearly complete. After the official ribbon cutting Friday afternoon, KDNK News Director January Jones spoke with Mayor Stacey Bernot about what it means for the town.
A new study from the University of Colorado is breaking ground in identifying chemicals in fracking fluid. Dr. Michael Thurman says results could benefit the public and industry.
The Town of Carbondale has been in the midst of a large planning overhaul over the last few years. But, rules and regulations around development can be confusing. In Part 2 of our planning series, town planner Janet Buck explains the recently adopted comprehensive land use plan to KDNK's January Jones.
The much anticipated James Surls sculpture "Sewing the Future" was installed in the new Carbondale roundabout. KDNK's Mike Lemmer was on scene and has this report.
Tensions have lessened between the Glenwood Springs City Council and Garfield County Commissioners over a proposed FedEx warehouse and distribution center south of the city. And, as KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh reports, the city has more time to work towards a solution with the developer.
Garfield County Commissioners have yet to make a decision about the proposed FedEx center south of Glenwood Springs. But, as KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh reports, the issue has become a jurisdictional debate between the county and the City of Glenwood Springs.